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Frisco is located in northeastern Texas. It is considered to be a commuter city, as many of the residents work in Dallas. The area where Frisco now sits was settled by pioneers travelling along the Shawnee Trail. This trial was later used for cattle drives north of Austin and eventually became Preston Road, one of the oldest North-South roads in Texas. When the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway came through the area, several watering holes were constructed so the steam engines could refuel. One of these waterholes became the Frisco community, named after the railroad.
Local Newspapers: Frisco Enterprise Daily Commercial Record
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Burn Dallas Cowboys Dallas Mavericks Dallas Stars Texas Legends Texas Tornado Frisco RoughRiders Texas Rangers
Local Colleges: Dallas Baptist University
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Frisco mall shoplifting suspect in custody after hit and run that sent pedestrian to hospital
A woman suspected of shoplifting at Frisco's Stonebriar Centre mall on Friday is accused of running over a pedestrian and striking another vehicle while fleeing the scene. Charges are pending against Cassandra Timmons, 57, of Dallas.The Cannon: Healthcare costs continue to increase, Texas is a...
Ignore the noise and stale talking points. The Cannon connects today's news with the research and opinion you need from TPPF's top experts.Police Officers Behind the Wheel of New Ride Share Service
A Dallas-based ride share service that employs only off-duty or retired police officers as drivers is expanding. "It offers a great service to people, and that's what I've pretty much done my whole life is serving the public," said Tim Atkins, a retired police officer and firefighter who now drives for Bubbl.Continue reading Lancaster woman says her home is still in shambles five years after tornado
Every night, Beatrice Stevenson goes to sleep in a chair near a space heater powered by a neighbor's generator, because her Lancaster home has no power. She has no utilities, no toilet and very little water - all because of a tornado that struck five years ago and left her home a wreck.Thousands of child porn images found on Frisco man's hard drive, authorities say
Matthew Donald Douty, 37, was booked into the Collin County Detention Center on Wednesday. He was released Thursday on a $25,000 bond.Continue reading Frisco police arrest teen in package-theft case, seek help solving another
Frisco police said Thursday that they had arrested a teenager in one package-theft case but were seeking the public's help to identify a suspect in another. Officers were called to Stanford Avenue and Chapel Creek Parkway around 3:15 a.m. Monday after a caller reported seeing a suspicious person.Aide accuses Franken of forcibly trying to kiss her, says it was his 'right'
Another woman is accusing Sen. Al Franken of forcibly trying to kiss her - this time after a taping of his radio show in 2006. The woman, who spoke to Politico, claims the Minnesota Democrat pursued her after her boss had left and she was collecting her things.Exide's nearly $2.7 million cost to close Frisco site is 'grossly insufficient,' city says
Its buildings have all been torn down except the onsite wastewater treatment facility. Its proposed closure plan for the site near downtown has been submitted for review.News 14 mins ago 10:40 p.m.Collapsing backyard has homeowner struggling for answers
The sound of running water is normally a calming sound for most people. But for Iga Njagi it is quite the opposite.Texas farming to bounce back after hurricane: governor
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said Monday that although Hurricane Harvey hit the farming industry in Texas, he believed the industry will bounce back soon. Attending the 84th annual gathering of the Texas Farm Bureau Convention n Frisco, Texas, Abbott said "while the farming community has certainly taken a hit in the aftermath of Harvey, it is the strength and spirit of Texas farmers that assures me we will bounce back even stronger than before."If you think Frisco is finished growing, you haven't been there lately
Steve Brown, real estate editor of The Dallas Morning News, answered readers questions in an online chat on Nov. 22. Here are some of his responses. I was in Frisco yesterday and there's still lots of room to build stuff.Enjoy a blast from the past at the National Videogame Museum
A huge Pong machine pays tribute to the videogame that started it all, at the National Videogame Museum in Frisco, Texas. Trace the history of videogames at this museum, and enjoy playing vintage PacMan or take a photo with a gigantic Mario.True Health Launches Respiratory Pathogen Screening to Enhance...
FRISCO, Texas: True Health today announced that as part of an ongoing commitment to enhance patient health, it has launched the respiratory pathogen screening, a single test that targets 21 viral and bacterial pathogens to help clinicians determine the correct treatment for respiratory illnesses during cold and flu season. Though early in the season, the Centers for Disease Control has already alerted more than a dozen states, many in the South and Southwest, of local flu outbreaks.'Each station tells a story'
Joe Santulli plops down on a plush sofa, picks up a video game controller and begins playing Frogger on a console television. An avocado green rotary phone rests on a side table.School Planners Face Daunting Task in Matching Facilities, Enrollment
Frisco, Texas, was a farming and ranching outpost about 30 miles from Dallas, with one traffic signal and 800 schoolchildren, when Rick Reedy got a job there in 1976 as a high school math teacher and coach. By the time he retired in 2013, having risen to become superintendent, the bedroom community where the majority of residents once grew wheat and corn, raised cattle or commuted to work in the city, had become a thriving exurb of about 129,000 residents, with a bustling multimillion-dollar shopping mall, office parks, and a Major League Soccer team.Denton Rewind: November 28, 2017
Olumide Aje, left, and Eminia Vanegas, right, hand a turkey and a bag of food to a local family Monday at Denton High School. Denton High School and Communities in North Texas joined efforts to box up and hand out Thanksgiving meals to local families in need.Missing from Al Franken's news conference: 'Fake news'
In his news conference Monday to address the groping allegations against him , Sen. Al Franken pledged to get back to work; he stressed the importance of placing credibility in the accounts of accusers; he said he was sorry for letting people down; and he vowed that his transgressions will not "happen again." The troubles for Franken started a couple of weeks ago, when radio news broadcaster Leeann Tweeden alleged that Franken had forcibly kissed her and groped her while she was sleeping, all during a 2006 USO tour of the Middle East.36 women who worked with Franken on - SNL' offer support
Dozens of women who worked with Sen. Al Franken on "Saturday Night Live" have signed their names in support of him saying that although they believe what he did toward a radio broadcaster was "stupid and foolish," the women have never "experienced any inappropriate behavior" from him. Among the 36 women who are "offering solidarity in support of Franken," are production assistants, writers, producers and original cast members, including Jane Curtin, who starred with Franken in the show's early seasons.UNT student was in Fry Street area hours before police found her dead
Amanda Clairmont was with at least one person in the Fry Street bar area the night before she was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds inside a car in Corinth, according to a witness and family member. Corinth police found Clairmont, a 21-year-old University of North Texas student, during a patrol at about 6 a.m. Sunday in a vacant parking lot in the 5700 block of South Interstate 35E.Denton Rewind: November 21, 2017
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