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McKinney man survives flood by climbing tree and holding on for 9 hours
MCKINNEY, Texas - Robert Smith of McKinney looks to a peculiar place for a source of strength. Smith visits a tree along the banks of a creek along Creek Trail Bridge next to Town Lake Park. The place often floods when it rains a lot. One late night on September 21, he was coming home from Dallas. H
Local Yocal butcher opens new grill and barbecue stop in McKinney
The weekend before Halloween, look for pumpkin displays and special spooky treats at area farmers markets, plus a smattering of fall veggies as we are officially between harvest seasons. (Winter crops should be coming before Thanksgiving.) Saturday's also the final market of the season for the Frisc
Beto O'Rourke Campaign Sued for Text Messages
The Beto O’Rourke campaign has been hit with a class action lawsuit, filed in North Texas, because of unwanted text messages sent to registered voters in the state.
McKinney High School grad tours the country with Air Force Concert Band
James LayfieldJames Layfield’s beginnings in the McKinney High School band set the stage for his current role as trombonist with the US Air Force Concert Band. After high school, Layfield earned degrees from University of Texas at Arlington, Southern Methodist University and ultimately his doctorate
Medical City McKinney starts consumer medication take-back program
Patients often discard unused medications by flushing them down the toilet, tossing them down the drain, or throwing them in the garbage. Improper disposal of pharmaceuticals has been linked to increased levels of chemicals and hormones in drinking water and streams.
Alleged gunman agreed to kill woman in exchange for drugs, money, prosecutor says during capital murder trial
She and her boyfriend, Ricardo Paniagua, had planned to leave for a vacation in Mexico the next day. He was waiting for Hatcher in her apartment when she was killed.
Plano receives $750K in funding to add new trail along future Cotton Belt line | Community Impact Newspaper
Funds granted by a regional transportation council will pave the way for a new trail to be constructed in Plano along the future east-west Cotton Belt passenger rail line.Announced by the North Central Texas Council of Governments on Oct. 11, the $8.2 million expenditure will be used for the enginee
Farm & Food Leadership Conference held in McKinney, Rick’s Chophouse owner honored
McKinney businessman Rick Wells receives the inaugural “Cultivating Land and Community” award at the recent Farm & Food Leadership Conference, held in McKinney Oct. 14-16. He was recognized for his support for local farmers and local foods by Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, represented by Executive
They’ll know his name: Frisco middle-schooler releases first EP
+1Adrian LylesFrisco resident Adrian Lyles is celebrating his first EP, “Nobody Knows My Name,” released on Oct. 10. While it may not seem out of the ordinary that another talent is emerging from Frisco, Lyles has been working on his music for 10 years, and he’s only 13. This Hunt Middle School eigh
Things To Do In Dallas This Week: October 22 - October 25. | Central Track
Make a Sales Call With Adam Devine, Obsess Over Some True Life Tales at Oral Fixation, Drink Some Cheap Beer With Fidlar or Grind Your Gears at Psychedelic Robot’s Spookadelic Halloween Party.
Texas AG Ken Paxton's indictments, politics targeted by Supreme Court law clerk trying to unseat him
Ken Paxton likes to bring up his firsts. He is the first Collin County resident, he says, elected to statewide office in 150 years. And while he's far from the first Texas attorney general to sue the federal government, he's planned to do it more than any of his predecessors. But Justin Nelson, Paxt
Melissa woman jailed after Howe K9 finds narcotics, pistol, and cash |
HOWE, Texas – A Melissa woman is in the Grayson County Jail after a traffic stop in Howe Sunday morning led to the discovery of narcotics, a pistol, cash, and drug paraphernalia. At 6:30 a.m., Sergeant Keith Milks stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 75 for multiple traffic violations and deployed narc
Early voting starts today - locations and sample ballot |
Early voting begins today and those in the Howe area might find the Grayson College location in Van Alstyne to be the nearest option. Others may find that the old courthouse in Downtown Sherman could be the quickest option. This week, the voting times are 7 am to 7 pm.
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McKinney High's Cordrick Dunn gets past Zamir Waheed during a game against Plano West Senior High on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018 at Clark Stadium in Plano. McKinney won the game 17-12. (Photo by Kevin Bartram/buzzphotos.com)
Police seeking information after man killed in west Oak Cliff
Dallas police are asking for the public's help after a 25-year-old was killed Saturday in west Oak Cliff. Officers were called to the 300 block of North Cockrell Hill Road about 6:30 p.m. Saturday about a shooting. When they arrived, they found Jesse Valero wounded on the ground, police said. He die
High-Quality Video Captures Richardson Arson Suspect
Just after 8 p.m. on Monday, May 7, a fire started at a building demolition site on the 1400 block of E. Lookout Drive in Richardson.
Dallas officer in critical condition after being hit by car on Interstate 20
A Dallas police officer is in critical condition after being hit by a car on Interstate 20 Sunday morning. The officer, a two-year veteran of the department, had been laying down flares in the far right lane of westbound I-20 near Mountain Creek Parkway at about 6:36 a.m. when he was hit, police sai
McKinney veteran, author to make special appearance at library program
+1Jason Morgan and his service dog, RueCourtesy of Jason MorganI first met McKinney resident Jason Morgan, author of“A Dog Called Hope,” sitting at a reading table at John and Judy Gay Library. He was accompanied by Rue, a petite Labrador retriever who sat quietly by his side. Her size makes her app
WATCH: The Colony pulls off hook-and-ladder to upset state-ranked Frisco Lone Star
No. Freaking. Way. The Colony take the lead with this trickery w/ 8 seconds left. Wow!!!! Unbelievable.#txhsfb#SLMGridironpic.twitter.com/2dytUiUwo3
'Child's courage' helps put molester from Collin County behind bars for 47 years
A Princeton man was sentenced Thursday to 47 years in prison without the possibility of parole for continuous sexual abuse of a child. Joseph David Scarborough was sentenced this week to 47 years in prison for continuous sexual abuse of a child. (Collin County Sheriff's Office) Joseph David Scar