Last call may come later in Frisco. A decision Monday night could lead to bars staying open until 2 a.m. But the city council decided this November is the time to once again let voters decide the hours for alcohol sales.
J.C. Penney Co. on Thursday reported a narrower loss in its fiscal second quarter, and topped analysts’ expectations.
The NTTA is marking the 25th anniversary of its electronic TollTag technology this month by offering drivers a price break. There are now more than 2.9 million active TollTags.
Custer Road in Plano was shut down Thursday morning after an incident involving construction equipment knocked down four power poles, two of which landed on cars.
Strong storms moved across DFW early Thursday morning. Heavy rain pounded parts of the Metroplex and lightning is being blamed for several house fires.
A suspected illegal immigrant has been thrown in the Collin County jail, accused of using his cell phone camera in a most improper way.
It’s not often police stand by as someone breaks into a vehicle. But in a case in Plano Sunday, it was to save a life.
Toyota wants to help parents scream at their unruly kids.
Water flowed freely from Plano fire hydrants Thursday in an effort to improve quality despite the city’s Stage 3 Water Restrictions.
Domestic violence, with its complicated causes and immunity to quick fixes, leaves many advocates focusing on the survivors.
A co-founder of a North Texas school for special needs kids is accused of sexually assaulting some students.
Investigators say the suspect, described as having a strong body odor, robbed a Wells Fargo Bank inside a grocery store on West Parker Road on July 7.