Frisco Police Community Rallies To Help Sick Officer
The Frisco police community is rallying to raise funds for a nine-year Frisco PD veteran who is fighting H1N1.
Fundraiser For Frisco Police Officer Suffering From H1N1
Medical bills and other expenses continue to mount for a Frisco police officer who is recovering from a severe case of H1N1, commonly known as "swine flu."
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Mardi Gras comes to Little Elm Park on March 1
Mardi Gras in the Big Easy attracts people from around the world to party hardy in preparation for the self-denial of Lent, and this year, some of that enchanted atmosphere is coming to Little Elm, according to Megan McGraw, Little Elm's Festival and Special Events Coordinator.
Keller ranks in Best Cities for Homeownership study
Once again, Keller has found its way on a good-place-to-live list - NerdWallet.com's Best Cities for Homeownership in Texas.
Honoring the past
Denton County will receive three new historical markers from the state in recognition of the city of Justin, the old Elm Fork Bridge near Aubrey and three African-American cemeteries.
Water supplier agrees to pay $1,052 penalty
The water supplier for a small neighborhood between Oak Point and Little Elm faced enforcement action from state environmental officials Wednesday.
Blotter: Police make narcotic arrest
The man was stopped at a gas station located at Interstate 35E and Teasley Lane after he made a wide right turn in the 1700 block of Sam Bass Road, according to police.
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Story heads for Frisco
Since 1999, Kyle Story has roamed the Decatur Eagles' sidelines, compiling 109 wins and leading the football program to seven district titles.But after 15 years, he's handing over the reins of the program to someone new.
Study: Idling hurts air quality
A local study of air emissions in the Barnett Shale suggests that trucks serving the oil and gas field spend an average of six hours per trip in extended idling, contributing to air pollution and ozone levels in North Texas.