Frisco News

The National Videogame Museum (NVM), based in Frisco, has established a scholarship program to award four $1,500 scholarships to high school students interested in pursuing a career in the videogame or technology fields. More
The Frisco Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Frisco ISD Council of PTAs has announced the 2019 Municipal Candidate Forum for the May 4 general election. More
The Goddard School in Frisco hosted an open-house event to help build the next generation of global citizens – each classroom represented a country where children explored flags, national anthems, culture, art, and language. More
Collin County Health Care Services on Monday identified a second confirmed case of measles. The individual spent a limited amount of time, while contagious, at Kroger on North Preston Road in Prosper on March 15 between 9 and 10 a.m.… More
U.S. Congressman Van Taylor announced the 2019 Congressional Art Competition for Texas' Third Congressional District is now underway. The winning artist's work will be displayed in the national exhibition in Washington, DC. More
Utility construction – phone, cable, gas, electric, and similar service distribution lines, wires and pipes placed within Prosper's right-of-way corridors – does not usually require large excavations and do not normally disrupt traffic. And, while many utility lines are in… More
Frisco man Eskandar Molavi, 70, was found not guilty for a murder-for-hire scheme from March of last year. More
The Frisco Police Department and Frisco Municipal Court will once again participate in the annual Great Texas Warrant Round-up along with law enforcement agencies and courts statewide. More
One measles case has been confirmed in Collin County, according to Daphne Lynch, an epidemiologist with the Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS). More
When a fire destroyed the Frisco home of Reda and Javier Perez and their eight children on Feb. 18, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints stepped into help. More
The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution to stem the shortage of substitute teachers across the district. More
Frisco resident Nelson Olavarrieta was recently named to the Refugee Services of Texas Board of Directors. Olavarrieta is a former Mexican diplomat, former general director of bid protests at the federal government of Mexico and a former liaison at the… More
Positive flu cases have significantly decreased this year, compared to last year's flu season. The first two months of 2018 reported over 5,711 positive flu cases, while 2019 dropped to about 2,275 positive cases. More
In the words of Councilman Will Sowell, Frisco's City Council exemplified the best in local government on Tuesday. Meshing the intrinsic needs of a healthy community with the specific niches of local business, the council unanimously amended a smoking ordinance. More