Frisco News

A Frisco doctor was suspended without notice after a disciplinary panel of the Texas Medical Board (TMB) determined his continuation in the practice of medicine poses a continuing threat to public welfare. More
With the first few weeks of school on the books, Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco residents and team members visited the first-graders at Polly Tadlock Elementary School and congratulated them on the successful start of the year. More
Since a car accident in 1977, Lewisville resident Rick Bauer has had to adapt to life in a wheelchair. More
Frisco ISD high schools are proud to announce that 61 Frisco ISD students have been named National Merit Semifinalists for the Class of 2019. More
It took a second look by the Frisco City Council, and an airtight commitment on office and retail space, but a potential game changer for the north side of Frisco has finally been approved. More
The Frisco City Council on Tuesday approved its budget and tax rate for the 2018-19 fiscal year. More
A disciplinary panel of the Texas Medical Board (TMB) temporarily suspended, without notice, the Texas medical license of John Carl Ferrell, M.D. last Thursday after determining his continuation in the practice of medicine poses a continuing threat to public welfare,… More
The Frisco Chamber of Commerce will hold the 32nd Annual John Weinberg Golf Tournament on Monday at TPC Craig Ranch, beginning with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. More
This week, "Money Magazine" announced that Frisco topped its list of the "Best 50 Places to Live in America." More
Stephen Clark and David Jones – both of McKinney – were among 12 suspects arrested early Monday as part of Operation Zeus, a three-week investigation into online sexual child exploitation. Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner and the FBI Dallas Division… More
A Frisco ISD paraprofessional is taking student engagement to a new level this year with her newest project. More
Collin College will host a discussion on the dangers of online dating, featuring John Baldwin and his daughter, Mackenzie Baldwin; and their book “Almost Gone: Twenty-five Days and One Chance to Save our Daughter,” on Sept. 27. Doors open at… More
At approximately 5:09 p.m. Tuesday, the Frisco Police Department responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 6000 block of Blazing Star Road. Upon arrival, officers ascertained that a juvenile female, while walking with her adult caretaker, was… More
Tammy Cline-Soza's passion for her work is evident when she describes the new Behavior Exchange center she opened in Frisco in June and the families and children whose lives are impacted by it. The center offers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)… More
National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) has announced the kickoff of its new gaming initiative, Game Pink, which will bring together gamers, streamers, developers and publishers on a mission to help women and families affected by breast cancer. More