A McKinney resident apparently tried to dispose of a Christmas tree in a fireplace and it didn’t end well.
Monday’s vote would have authorized land purchases, including the use of eminent domain, even though TxDOT is several years away from moving forward.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with murdering his mother in their McKinney home early Sunday morning.
A New Year's Eve fire shut down Hutchins BBQ in McKinney.
A McKinney pastor and comedian has died from COVID-19 complications.
The McKinney city council announced Angela Richardson Woods will now represent District 1. Woods is the first black woman to serve on the city council.
Chris Thornton announced at last night’s meeting he will not represent District 1.
Music is known as a way to help relieve stress and cope. And for one 12-year-old, the remote learning environment has allowed her to reach new heights.
A recalled McKinney city councilmember has been officially replaced.
Voters in McKinney overwhelmingly decided to recall Councilman La'Shadion Shemwell, the only Black city council member.
Bars across North Texas were allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity on Wednesday for counties that opted in.
It’s a success story the family didn’t expect, but they’re grateful if not a little nervous moving forward with recovery in a pandemic.
On Tuesday, about 80 firefighters from North Texas will be flying to the front lines in California to help get the wildfires under control.
Nearly 200 firefighters from across the state deployed to the West Coast Friday to help fight the historic wildfires there.
Firefighter teams from across North Texas are heading out to California to help battle historic wildfires there.
The McKinney Independent School District is warning parents they might want to find another way to get their kids to school.
Firefighters from across North Texas are staging in South and East Texas awaiting the potential threats to the coast.
As many parents are struggling to navigate the world of virtual learning, some are in an even more difficult situation -- they're parents of students with special needs.
With many school districts continuing with remote learning some families are pooling together their money to pay for a teacher to help out their kids.
The chaos and confusion over when school starts and for which school district has forced groups of parents in Collin County to group together.