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Frisco Demands Bird Electric Scooters to Be Removed From the City After Resident Complaints
FRISCO (WBAP/KLIF)- The City of Frisco demands for Bird electronic scooters to be removed from the city by Monday morning. Frisco Mayor Jeff Chaney said they had no idea the Bird scooter company was deploying 200 scooters in the city. He said the city got several complaints from residents and busine
Christmas Spectacular at Star in Frisco (Jason Witten Appearing Tonight!)
Celebrate the season at Dallas Cowboys headquarters in Frisco with a holiday show starring the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Dallas Cowboys Rhythm and Blue Dancers and Drumline, appearances by Santa and more.
They're not just in Dallas; scooters are in Frisco now
FRISCO, Texas — Take a stroll through Frisco Square and they are hard to miss. It was only a matter of time before the city of Frisco had to deal with motorized Bird scooters.
30 years ago, Frisco ISD had to make a choice when confronted with the ills of suburbia
Editor's note: This is an offshoot of The Dallas Morning News' three-part series on Allen, the mega high school that wants to stay big. A full list of stories in the series is listed below.
Frisco Paramedics Prepared to Administer Blood in the Field
FRISCO (WBAP/KLIF) – A local fire department is prepared to administer blood transfusions on the scene of an emergency. According to the Frisco Fire Department, paramedics in Frisco are the first in North Texas with the ability to administer blood products to critical patients in the field. In conju
Rush Bowls will open in January at The Star in Frisco serving fruit, acai bowls
Rush Bowls will open in January at 6765 Winning Drive, Ste. 816, Frisco. The healthy cuisine restaurant provides all-natural fruit bowls and acai bowls. The Frisco location will be the third store in North Texas for the company. 469-206-3740. www.rushbowls.com.
Plano coyote reports on the rise following Frisco attacks
Coyote sightings are on the rise in Plano follow a public coyote attack in Frisco last month. Frisco police reported a jogger was attacked by a coyote near Eldorado Parkway and Rogers Road. The jogger suffered several injuries to the neck and was transported to a local hospital for surgeries and tre
Frisco Runner Recalls Close Call with Aggressive Coyote
For the first time, we're hearing from one of the four people who had a close encounter with a dangerous coyote in Frisco. She reported it in October. Since then, there have been three other attacks or near attacks, including one that seriously hurt a jogger.
Frisco City Council gives Bird scooters the boot after less than two weeks
Frisco is saying bye-bye to Bird Scooters, which has three days to remove 200 rental scooters dropped throughout the city without permission. The electric scooter rental company launched its fleet in Frisco on Dec. 5 without consulting with city officials.
BurgerIM will open a third location in Frisco serving gourmet burgers
BurgerIM will open a third location in Frisco by January at 1690 FM 423. The fast-casual chain serves gourmet burgers, sandwiches and salads. www.burgerim.com. Editor’s note: Headline was changed to better reflect board’s decision. Collin College could be the first community college in Texas… >
Authorities: Bomb threats across North Texas, US appear to be hoax
DALLAS – Authorities say bomb threats sent to dozens of schools, universities and other locations across North Texas and the U.S. appear to be a hoax. Several North Texas police departments posted on social media acknowledging that they were investigating bomb threats in their respective cities. Non
FISD approves courses in cybersecurity, video game programming
The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees on Monday approved two courses for the 2019-20 school year that are expected to attract students interested in technology and video games. A cybersecurity course will be available for 10th- through 12th-graders and will be a one-credit course.
Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 death
DALLAS – A 78-year-old prisoner who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman.
Roti Grill is now open at The Star in Frisco serving Indian cuisine
Roti Grill opened Oct. 15 at The Star in Frisco at 6770 Winning Drive, Ste. 910. Roti Grill is a fast-casual restaurant serving fresh Indian dishes, such as samosas, tandoori chicken and biryani. 469-980-7005. www.freshindianfood.com.
Lawsuit against Apple involving death of Cross Roads girl heard in California appeals court
SAN JOSE, Calif. — A lawsuit filed against technology giant Apple, Inc., involving the death of a 5-year-old Cross Roads on Christmas Eve 2014 was heard Tuesday in a California appellate court after a lower court had dismissed the case more than a year ago.
Republican wants to make it illegal to change your school’s name
State Sen. Pat Fallon, R-Prosper, filed legislation to block cities from removing monuments or renaming schools or streets honoring “historical figures.” Dallas ISD has changed the names of several schools and is considering several others named after Confederate figures and Dallas removed a monumen
Our Home. Our Decisions
OPINION — That’s the theme of a Texas Municipal League campaign the City Council endorsed today, voicing concern about state government overreach into issues and decisions that are best determined at the local level.
Frisco’s holiday pie guide
The holidays are known for many traditional dishes. At the end of a big meal, many people top off the turkey and stuffing with pie. Whether pumpkin, pecan, cherry or chocolate pie, here are a few places to find pie in Frisco other than the grocery store.
Texas theater allows owners to take their dog to the movies
PLANO, Texas - A theater in Texas is making the movies a furry family affair. Plano Profile reported that K9 Cinemas in Plano, Texas, opened Friday. The business is from Erik Lankford, who was frustrated that he couldn’t bring his dog to any theater.
Collin County college plan to train armed staff is a necessary progression of campus carry
The question of how to both be safe and feel safe in a era of mass killings is one that all of American society grapples with. On Tuesday, Collin College, the community college system in Collin County, became the first community college district in Texas to approve a program to train armed staff mem