City Of Plano Giving Away Free Trees To ResidentsGood news for the environment in Collin County. The city of Plano is giving away free trees for residents to plant at their homes.
COVID-19 Has Isolated Some Elderly Even More, So Texas City Now Calls Older Residents Just To ChatSocial distancing has left some elderly Americans feeling isolated. So when 81-year-old Texan Dell Kaplan got an offer to receive calls from a stranger just to chat it was very appealing.
African American Leaders In Plano Praise Hiring Of Ed Drain As Police Chief: '40 Years Ago This Probably Would Have Been Unheard Of'History was made in Plano this week as the city appointed its first African American police chief. Ed Drain will be formally hired by the city council on Monday.
Plano Picks Amarillo Police Chief Ed Drain As New Police ChiefDrain will replace former Chief Gregory W. Rushin, who was promoted to Deputy City Manager last September.
Outdoor Watering Prohibited In Richardson During Water Main Repair; Other Cities ConservingOutdoor watering is prohibited until further notice and customers are asked to limit indoor water use as work is done to repair a break on a transmission line.
Dallas, Plano Getting Serious About Regulating Bike Share CompaniesBoth Dallas and Plano city leaders believe a little regulation and a lot of competition will ultimately force the booming market to settle down.
Plano Prepares To Implement Rules For Bike Share CompaniesWith five new bike share companies in Dallas, the sudden flood of bikes, sometimes cluttering walkways, have prompted complaints that nearby suburbs like Plano want to avoid.
Crowd Turns Out To Learn How To Survive Active Shooter Situation“This is not to alarm folks in any way, shape or form,” said Lt. Mica Lunt with the Plano Police Department.
911 Systems Back To Normal After Issues In 3 North Texas CitiesResidents in at least three North Texas cities had issues reaching 911 Monday morning.
Dog That Went Missing After Plano Car Crash Foundaisy the dog, who went missing after a car accident that badly injured her owners, has been found.
Plano Reports Its First Human Case Of West Nile This YearAll mosquitos collected in traps have tested negative for the disease so far this summer.
Data Company Bringing 6,300 Jobs To PlanoA Texas Enterprise Fund grant offer of $7,500,000 has been extended to NTT DATA for the creation of 6,377 new jobs and a capital investment of more than $28 million.
Interns Brave Plano Mayor's 'Shark Tank'Teams made their pitches to a Shark Tank-like panel of judges including the mayor and superintendent of Plano ISD.
North Texas City Warns of Scam On Social MediaWith the threat of more severe weather hitting North Texas overnight, Plano officials are getting the word out quickly about what they call a scam.
I-Team Update: “Rotten Egg” Odor In Plano Neighborhood Not A Health RiskThe results of the initial air tests from Plano’s Cross Creek neighborhood show the air may stink, but is safe to breathe.