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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.

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
McKinney City Council wrestles with whether low pay unfairly bars poor from serving

A preliminary discussion among McKinney City Council members over whether the city should hold a charter amendment election to alter council members' pay has created a stir on social media. Some call the request "absurd," while others say it's a "valid discussion."

School shooting dilemma for parents: They want information about threats that authorities can't give

The threat scrawled in the middle school bathroom suggested a shooting was imminent. The Frisco ISD student who wrote it told authorities the graffiti was only a prank so he could get out of school.

Going, going, gone: Booming Collin County growth means rural areas won't be 'farmland forever'

A one-mile running track through a hay field outlines the Blake family's property. To outsiders, it's nothing special - just a mowed-down path where Shannon Blake and her kids run.

Reality Steve Rules the Bachelor Internet

At its best, the internet is a never-ending cocktail party, to which we each bring our own special libations. This is How I Internet , where the web's most interesting personalities share what's in their punch bowl.

Fort Worth Mayor Says State of City is 'Very Very Strong'

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said the city is "very, very strong," but acknowledged some challenges in her State of the City speech Tuesday. Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said the city is "very, very strong," but acknowledged some challenges in her State of the City speech Tuesday.

Hospice Owner Arrested While Awaiting Trial in $60M Fraud

Bradley Harris, 36, of Frisco, was accused last year in a federal indictment of operating a $60 million health care fraud scheme with his wife and 14 others, including five doctors and five nurses. The scheme paid kickbacks to doctors and assisted-living facilities and made medical decisions that were "often driven by financial interest rather than patient need," the indictment said.

Crowded candidate fields vie for legislative seats in Collin, Denton and Tarrant counties

The candidate field for the March 6 primaries will be crowded in suburban Collin, Denton and Tarrant counties with a number of legislative seats up for grabs. In Denton County, Republican candidates Clint Bedsole and Jared Patterson will face each other in the primary battle for outgoing Rep. Pat Fallon's state House District 106 seat, which covers Frisco and parts of Denton County.

Continue reading New apartment tower will be Frisco's tallest building

Atlanta developer Novare Group bought a site from the developers of the Frisco Station project for the 25-story residential rental building along the Dallas North Tollway. The tower will have 332 rental units and will be just north of the Dallas Cowboys' new headquarters and practice field.

Summer Moon brings wood-fired beans, 'Moon Milk' to Keller

Summer Moon Coffee brings its wood-fire roasted beans and rich, sweet "Moon Milk" to the area when it opens Friday, Feb. 15, in Keller Town Center. Greg Richardson, who lives in Keller, owns the Dallas-Fort Worth franchise of the Austin-based chain.

Frisco man who answered online ad from undercover FBI agent guilty of ...

A Frisco man who responded to a Craigslist ad seeking a "play date" for a young girl faces up to life in prison after a jury found him guilty of federal child exploitation charges. William Craig Whisman, 51, was convicted Friday of attempted coercion and enticement of a minor, possession of child pornography, receipt of child pornography and distribution of child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office with the Eastern District of Texas.

Indictments: Feb. 8, 2018

The following people were indicted by a Denton County grand jury on Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building.

The Weirdest DFW Restaurants for Valentine's Day Dinner, No Reservations Required

Let's skip the platitudes - ranging from "Valentine's Day is hell on earth" to "I bought you this stuffed animal from Walgreens" - and get right to it: If you're in a relationship and haven't explicitly set greeting card holiday-related boundaries, you're gonna have to pull something out of your ass for Valentine's Day on Wednesday. If you're last-minute stressing because all the good reservations are snapped up, rest easy: We got you.

Congressional candidate Birkenstock, campaign manager criticized for threatening Facebook detractors

Congressional candidate Veronica Birkenstock said she's "fed up" with people who have been criticizing her staffing company, Practical Employee Solutions. And she's willing to send a threatening letter through an attorney to stop it.

Firefighters use new field amputation team to save worker

FRISCO, Texas - Francisco Palma dangled upside down, his right leg caught and mangled in the teeth of ditch-digging equipment resembling a giant chain saw. Only his head and shoulders touched the ground.

The Frisco Roundup of Advanced Gamers

HardOCP and InsideVR will be out at The FRAG this weekend in Frisco, Texas. We are running our VR Arena pilot event.

There is Definitely More Than One Star in Frisco

The Chapel Creek neighborhood in the heart of Frisco houses an Italian-inspired mansion that is just waiting for a Dallas Cowboy to buy and call home. Hello.

Go big and go home: Population spikes 365% in McKinney over 20 years

McKinney is exploding. The once tiny cotton farming community now tallies nearly 180,000 residents, according to the city's annual population estimate.

Immediate amputation was only option in Frisco construction accident, ...

Francisco Palma dangled upside down, his right leg caught and mangled in the teeth of ditch digging equipment resembling a giant chainsaw. Only his head and shoulders touched the ground.

A Former Power Ranger Has a New Calling as Owner of an 80s-Themed Frisco Sushi Restaurant

Your generation and entertainment penchants likely determine how you know the name Brad Hawkins, but odds are you've seen his face or heard his voice. He portrays a flawed, heavy-drinking, war-veteran stepfather in Richard Linklater's pioneering and buzz-generating Boyhood , the Academy Awards best picture nominee narrowly vanquished by Birdman in 2015.

Texas man has leg amputated after being caught in trenching machine Source: Cox Media Group

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