Some local Girl Scouts are helping to feed people in need.
Teachers across North Texas are packing up their classrooms and marking the end to a very unusual school. It’s an ending they never would have imagined.
While many segments of the economy are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, others are seeing a boom.
It was a rough and rowdy night for weather across parts of North Texas. Some people also have a mess on their hands thanks to the strong winds.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expected to cut back parts of his coronavirus order on Monday.
The House is expected to pass another stimulus bill Thursday that’s already approved by the Senate. It includes $320 billion for more business loans.
The Frisco Fighters Bombshells held a special Easter weekend performance for a group of seniors.
A Frisco man who lost his father to COVID-19 coronavirus will have to hold his memorial online.
Some high school orchestra students in North Texas came up with an innovative way to perform together during the pandemic.
Andrea Olatunji lost her father to natural causes and traveled from North Texas to Lagos, Nigeria with her sister for his funeral nearly three weeks ago. During her trip, the ripple effect of the virus halted air travel.
Along with hospitals across the country, smaller family practices are experiencing a shortage in critical equipment necessary to protect themselves and patients due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
These organizations are trying to do what they can to continue to serve hundreds of families in need while still keeping safe social distancing measures and working with fewer volunteers and staff.
The city of Frisco was among the last in North Texas to keep restaurant dining rooms open, but will now have to comply with the governor's order to close dine-in restaurants due to the growing coronavirus pandemic.
Many schools have shifted to remote e-learning as North Texas districts monitor the coronavirus situation.
Neighboring cities of Allen, Frisco, McKinney and Plano in Collin County declared a public health emergency on Monday.
Officials at Toyota Stadium in Frisco say preventative health measures are being taken ahead of a Wednesday doubleheader of international soccer matches happening as concerns over the coronavirus grow.
Three people have confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Collin County, officials said Tuesday. They are the first such cases in North Texas.
The Collin County Health Department said the man in his 30s has a “presumptive positive” case of the coronavirus after recently travelling to California.
A Frisco high school choir teacher is in jail after the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office arrested him for a child sex crime.
The Frisco community is rallying behind a high school student who is fighting leukemia, and needs a bone marrow transplant before he can get better.