Frisco News

The 7th annual Free to Breathe Run/Walk is set for Sunday at Oak Point Park Amphitheatre. Together, community supporters can come together to raise money for lung cancer research, one of the least funded cancers in the country. More
Frisco ISD hosted the top ten students from all seven FISD high schools with 2017 graduating classes, along with their families and honored teachers, at the annual Top Ten Luncheon at Collin College on May 17. More
If you have been to the Natinal Videogame Museum, you have likely seen the work of Max Juhasz. Self described as an “ entrepreneur, an artist and a digital marketing guy,” Juhasz seems to have done a little bit of… More
Mental health, or lack thereof, has progressed from a once taboo subject to become part of the zeitgeist. More
Frisco City Council amended a Planned Development for the construction of a luxury high-rise tower at The Star. More
The election ended two weeks ago without a single City Council Place 6 candidate receiving over 50 percent of the votes. As a result, Brian Livingston and Bobby Roberti will continue their campaigns in a runoff ending June 10. More
NAMI Denton County (National Alliance on Mental Illness) will join with many others around the country during National Mental Health Month in May to raise awareness about mental illness and call on all Americans to be “Into Mental Health: Inspired,… More
At least two Plano men were arrested Monday alongside 13 other suspects in a multi-agency child pornography sting. Richard Butterly, owner of Plano's Poor Richard's Café, and Kirk Martinez, a 911 dispatcher for the Plano Police Department, are facing charges… More
Seven Frisco ISD students finished in the top 10 and top 20 in competitive events at the DECA International Career Development Conference held last month in Anaheim, California. More
Sci-Tech Discovery Center, Frisco's family-friendly cultural and educational destination, is hosting an array of educational summer camps for North Texas children. The activities allow youth to stretch their minds while participating in an interactive and exciting environment. The camps are… More
For 69-year-old Jerry Crumpler, running has always been a part of his life; something he was naturally gifted at. More
The Frisco ISD School Board heard a summary of the proposed 2017-18 budget during its meeting on Monday. No action was taken. More
For the first time since Maher Maso was elected in 2008, Frisco is getting a new mayor. More