Frisco News

Frisco police continue to investigate a crash that killed a man July 12 in the 8400 block of Dallas Parkway. More
The North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Texas Department of Transportation will conduct a public hearing to receive comments on the proposed expansion of lane use restrictions on highway corridors throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. More
Following a difficult Fourth of July week for blood donations and ongoing challenges finding new blood donors, the American Red Cross now faces a blood shortage and has issued an emergency call for eligible individuals of all blood types to… More
Frisco Police are investigating a fatality crash that occurred at approximately 12:54 p.m. Friday. More
Frisco Family Services holds its annual food drive in the fall, just before the busy holiday season, but for the first time ever, FFS has opted to hold a food drive during the sweltering summer months to help local families… More
As Frisco's population continues to rise, city officials are making sure its library will be large enough to handle the growth. More
Mud Pie Texas, a retailer with locations in Frisco and Highland Village, has turned to digital retailing students at the University of North Texas for new ideas to grow their business. More
According to the health officials, a mild winter means a potentially severe summer for mosquitoes and the resulting West Nile virus. More
The annual call from the Town Council for Prosper residents to volunteer for open seats on the town's boards and commissions is being placed, as 19 positions among the five boards and commissions are in need of filling. More
After the removal of the Collin County District Clerk's office from the U.S. State Department's acceptable passport facilities, Congressman Van Taylor began working with the State Department to determine a long-term solution to meet the passport needs of Collin County… More
Karen Raehpour gets a rush when she's on the stage, knowing that there are no “retakes” when performing theater. Below, Raepour talks about her time with Theatre Frisco, her upcoming performance and how she prepares for a show. More
Karen Raepour gets a rush when she's on the stage, knowing that there are no “retakes” when performing theater. Below, Raepour talks about her time with Theatre Frisco, her upcoming performance and how she prepares for a show. More
The Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission tabled a key agenda item that would have allowed for residents to legally rent out their guest house or detached garage. The policy topic stalled in the meeting after vague wording left the commission… More
Thanks to the enthusiastic participation of Riders fans and the support of the UT Southwestern Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, the RoughRiders set a new world record for most people pinning awareness ribbons on one another during a June 14 game. More