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Pre-K student abandoned by bus driver after school puts him on wrong route
Richardson’s son, Elijah, is supposed to board a van that takes him to Creative Kids Daycare after school. He even wears a badge that tells the staff at Forman Elementary, which after-school transportation he’s supposed to take. “The daycare called me and said they were there to pick up Elijah, but
Texas couple races against time to treat son's rare disease
This photo taken June 20, 2018, shows Kasey and Doug Woleben, and their daughter Lauren and son Will, who has a rare neurodegenerative disease called Leigh Syndrome, having dinner at their home in McKinney,... more
Frisco man struggling to get job wanted to keep $60M fraud indictment from prospective employers. A judge said no.
A Frisco man is looking for work. He's got credentials as an accountant and management experience as a top executive.He also has been accused of running a $60 million health care fraud scheme. But he'd rather not have to tell prospective employers about that.Bradley J. Harris, 37, asked a judge on F
Help an animal in need: Adoption fees waived this Saturday!
"All of the adoptions will be fee waived. The animal will still be spayed, neutered, micro-chipped, current on vaccinations and heart worm tested if applicable. The adoption process is the same its just the adoption is going to be fee waived and its really an opportunity for us to really get the com
Free new skate park opens in Plano
PLANO, Texas- After years of planning and work, Plano’s first skate park is open.
Kofi Annan dies leaving strong legacy
GENEVA (AP) - Kofi Annan, one of the world's most celebrated diplomats and a charismatic symbol of the United Nations who rose through its ranks to become the first black African secretary-general, has died. He was 80.
Vietnam POWs Gather In North Texas For Reunion
The “Return to Freedom” reunion marks the 45th anniversary of the repatriation of the 662 American POWs held by the North Vietnamese government. NAM-POWs Corp., the nonprofit veterans’ group co-hosting the reunion, said 458 of those POWs are alive today with an average age of 78.
Mesquite Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association earns state award
Members of the Mesquite Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association (MCPAAA) recently attended the Texas Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (TCPAAA) convention in Allen, Texas, where they received the Alumni Membership of the Year award for 2018.The award was one of only four awards presente
New Bariatric Procedure Helps Frisco Woman Lose Unwanted Weight
Amanda Beemer, 36-years-old, says her frustration to lose weight, despite diet and exercise, prompted her decision to undergo minimally invasive endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty.
Grand jury to meet, could consider Royse City homicide case
Randall Kevin Baker, 65, remains in custody at the Hunt County Detention Center in lieu of $1 million bond on one count of murder in connection with the death of Jack Wright.
McKinney’s burn ban lifted; hot work permits no longer required
McKinney endorsed a burn ban issued by Collin County because of extremely dry conditions, especially in rural areas. During the ban period, the McKinney Fire Department responded to 32 grass fires. McKinney will no longer require permits for those performing hot work or cutting and welding outdoors.
What are the chances Bo Scarbrough, Rico Gathers make the Cowboys' 53-man roster?
Louis DeLuca/Staff PhotographerDallas Cowboys running back Bo Scarbrough (36) works out during the Dallas Cowboys rookie minicamp at the Star in Frisco, Texas, on Friday, May 11, 2018. (Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News)
National reaction to former Cowboy Jason Witten's ESPN debut, including the QB he compared to Tony Romo
Rose Baca/Staff PhotographerDallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten watches a tribute video of himself alongside head coach Jason Garrett during a news conference where Witten announced his retirement from the NFL atThe Star in Frisco, Texas on Thursday, May 3, 2018. (Rose Baca/The Dallas Morning News
Plano police looking for hit-and-run driver who injured woman in July
While she was searching for the item, the suspect's car drove by, hitting the open car door and striking the woman, who suffered numerous injuries, police said.
Why you shouldn't expect Gary Patterson to entertain other jobs anytime soon
Jae S. Lee/Staff PhotographerTCU head football coach Gary Patterson speaks with then media during Big 12 Media Day at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, Monday, July 16, 2018. (Jae S. Lee/The Dallas Morning News)
JJT: Dak Prescott, Passing Game Will Determine Cowboys' Fate
Former Cowboys defensive back Dennis Thurman joins NBC 5 Sports Director Newy Scruggs to give his opinions on quarterback Dak Prescott, new defensive backs coach Kris Richard and what he does NOT like about head coach Jason Garrett.(Published Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018)
Who funded the successful legal challenge over a Plano councilman's recall election? It's still a mystery
The state's top lawyer faced a similar quandary, but has disclosed the donors to his legal defense.Harrison hasn't. His most recent campaign finance report, which covers Jan. 1 through July 15, listed no political contributions or expenditures.Sandy Dixon, one of Harrison's supporters tapped to expl
School Bus Drivers Making "Dry Runs" Before Students Head Back To Class
Some of the biggest school districts in the metroplex are going back to school on Monday -- including Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Irving and Richardson. This morning some students in Fort Worth are already riding the bus, as drivers leave the bus depot to practice their routes.
Car shows trek into town
The event, hosted by Farmersville Chamber of Commerce, allows myriad classic cars and trucks to park on the square on their way to Bug Tussle, Texas.
8-county drug task force seizes over 1,600 lbs of drugs
They travel on major highways across North Texas.U.S. Highway 75. Interstate 30. 287. I-20.They travel in family RVs, F150 trucks, black Cadillacs and unsuspecting sedans. They smuggle drugs in hidden compartments, spare tires, suitcases and laundry bags. One smuggler even hid 70 pounds of marijuana