City leaders are putting together a formal plan that includes seven designated public arts venues.
The HEB ISD principal, who is on leave after he was arrested by police in Frisco for online solicitation of a minor, is now in federal custody.
There is an effort underway to make a Plano swimming pool a state historical landmark. It’s called the Texas Pool and has been open since 1960.
Fresh off of the Independence Day weekend, traffic troubles promise to cause headaches for some North Texas drivers.
Byron Betler, who’s been a Plano police officer since January 2005, is arrested by colleagues.
Christ United Methodist Church in Plano held a special dinner and ceremony honoring 50-plus congregants who’ve been married for more than 50 years.
Plano’s landscape is changing! Toyota has already started construction on its new North American headquarters and Wednesday we get a sneak peak at the future layout.
The Maine Warden Service said that it responded to a section of the Appalachian Trail on Wednesday and took about four hours to remove 69-year-old Charles Smith of Plano.
The lake is less than six inches away from an emergency release. That means all of its flood gates would open.
When it comes to the next big thing in golf, people are seeing double in Collin County. Meet the Coody twins.
Officials in Plano took down a water tower on Monday morning through a process called ‘tipping,’ where crews cut the tower base and let the structure fall to its side.
Thousands packed the streets of Plano Saturday morning for the annual Komen Race for the Cure. Komen headquarters is based in Dallas. The race is one of the nation’s largest events for the breast cancer research group.