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About: frisco, texas

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.

Population: 116989
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

Zip Codes associated with frisco, texas: 75034 75035
Towns/Cities near frisco, texas : McKinney Plano Carrollton Little Elm Grayhawk The Colony Twin Creeks Paloma Creek

Frisco News
Frisco deputy mayor pro tem arrested on DWI charge

Tim Nelson, Frisco's deputy mayor pro tem, was arrested Wednesday morning on a charge of driving while intoxicated, according to police reports. The city councilman was arrested by Plano police at 9:35 a.m. and placed in the Collin County jail.

Texas high school's $48 million stadium is impressive, but not close to the most expensive

"Prosper ISD has completed the design of the new stadium/natatorium complex located on the north side of Frontier Park west of Prosper HS." A school system in the Dallas area is firing the next shot in the battle for the fanciest high school football stadium.

Exclusive Tour: Modern Meets Creative at Frisco Station

Just off the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco, a mixed-use, master community is coming to life. Developers behind Frisco Station said it could bring 14,000 jobs to Collin County.

Lincoln Riley discusses Baker Mayfield, head coach job at ESPN 'Car Wash'

A couple days after going through the first round of OU's preseason media blitz in Frisco, Texas, new head coach Lincoln Riley hopped on a private jet to Bristol, Connecticut for ESPN's "Car Wash" with Big 12 head coaches. In the course of a day, Riley appeared on four live programs and taped other segments that aired on Thursday and will air on Friday.

CRE Opinion: Consolidation Is Not Always the Best Strategy

The urban sprawl of Dallas/Fort Worth is perhaps more iconic than any skyscraper, monument, or single infrastructure achievement. Our market has long-provided tenants a variety of office options, if not open space and historically low construction costs to build the ideal workplace to your business's liking.

Frisco's Pat Fallon poised to challenge Wichita Falls' Craig Estes in bruising GOP Senate primary

In what could be an expensive and brutal campaign, Frisco lawmaker Pat Fallon is poised to challenge longtime incumbent Craig Estes in next year's Republican primary for Texas Senate. "I'm heavily leaning toward doing it," Fallon told The Dallas Morning News .

Service Jobs Hard to Fill in Fast-Growing Frisco

Before the Mezcal Taco Lounge opens for business next month between the Dallas North Tollway and FC Dallas' Toyota Stadium in Frisco, the owner will have to hire about 15 employees. Some of those workers will likely be drawn from a roster of previous employees of a market in McKinney that Hector Meza owned until last year.

Rhule says Baylor committed to correct wrongs of the past

Baylor head coach Matt Rhule listens to a reporter's question during the Big 12 NCAA college football media day in Frisco, Texas, Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Baylor head coach Matt Rhule listens to a reporter's question during the Big 12 NCAA college football media day in Frisco, Texas, Tuesday, July 18, 2017.

Oklahoma State Big 12 Media Day: Where To Watch

Oklahoma State takes their turn talking to the media on Tuesday during day two of Big 12 Media Days in Frisco, Texas. Storylines abound this year as expectations are sky-high in Stillwater.

Seasoned IKEA Manager Matt Hunsicker Selected to Lead 2nd DFW-Area...

Seasoned IKEA manager Matt Hunsicker selected to lead 2nd DFW-area IKEA store opening Fall 2017 in Grand Prairie, TX. )--IKEA, the world's leading home furnishings retailer, today announced the appointment of Matt Hunsicker as manager of its future Grand Prairie store, opening Fall 2017 as the second DFW IKEA store.

Collin County residents face a unacceptablea risk as population surge swamps deputies, sheriff says

A rural population of more than 62,000 people spread over 499 square miles has pushed some call response times to 40 minutes or more and left the department's 33 patrol deputies overwhelmed. Sheriff Jim Skinner told county commissioners in a letter earlier this month that the situation has made the risks to the public and his deputies "unacceptable."

Cowboys' Elliott appealing conviction for speeding 100 mph on tollway in Frisco

The 21-year-old is appealing a misdemeanor conviction for speeding after a state trooper clocked his 2016 Dodge Charger traveling 100 mph on the Dallas North Tollway near Lebanon Road in Frisco earlier this year. The appeal bond was posted Friday, and the case was forwarded to the county court at law Monday, according to court documents.

Texas All-American volleyball player faces DWI charges

Micaya White , who helped lead Texas to the NCAA women's volleyball final last season, will appear in a court next month on a DWI charge. According to Travis County state district court records, White is scheduled to appear on Aug. 4 after being charged with driving while intoxicated by University of Texas police following a March 18 traffic stop.

New rules in Frisco push for more open space

All new projects submitted to the city must now dedicate at least 10 percent of acreage to open space. And not just any open space.

Frisco teacher arrested for impropera Read Story Landon Haaf

Travis Chupe, an eighth grade teacher at Staley Middle School in Frisco ISD, was arrested around 2 p.m. Wednesday and charged with improper relationship with a student and indecency with a child. Frisco police say the department learned of the alleged offense from a report made by the 14-year-old victim's parents.

Continue reading Frisco teacher accused of improper relationship with 14-year-old student

Frisco police arrested a Staley Middle School teacher Wednesday over the accusation he had an improper relationship with a 14-year-old student. Police say eighth-grade teacher Travis Chupe, 35, had a relationship with a female student.

Splash Out Childhood Cancer at Hawaiian Falls July 10

TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation and Hawaiian Falls waterparks are teaming up for the sixth consecutive year to raise awareness and help fund research to find a cure for childhood cancers. Hawaiian Falls The Colony will observe Splash Out Childhood Cancer Day July 10, 2017 from 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. in honor of Connor Cruse of Frisco, who lost his four-year battle with neuroblastoma cancer on July 10, 2009.

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