The Plano Police Department is mourning the loss of one of its lieutenants due to complications from COVID-19.
The goal is to raise $500 million in food and funds over three years.
A private vigil is being held Friday night in memory of a Garland Lyft driver who was murdered earlier this week.
The store was not open at the time of the collapse, and no one was inside.
The Rasheed family’s attorney said they are heartbroken by the death of Lyft driver Isabella Lewis and were shocked by what unfolded Sunday. They said they had no prior knowledge of what he wound up doing.
A suspect who fired shots at Plano police officers while trying to avoid arrest is now in the hospital. He was hit by an officer's return fire.
Imran Ali Rasheed, 32, died after Plano police officers returned fire Sunday. Officials believe his attack on Plano PD headquarters may have been inspired by terrorists.
Police said officers shot an armed man linked to a murder in Garland after he entered Plano Police Department headquarters Sunday afternoon and fired at people in the lobby.
A temporary mask mandate was enacted in a 6-1 afternoon vote by the Plano ISD board and will begin August 26 and go until September 24.
Despite urgent cries from families, Plano ISD is not taking any new action to prevent COVID-19 in schools.
Plano Balloon Festival organizers said it was not an easy decision to cancel, but felt like it was the safe choice.
Nearly three dozen North Texas school districts welcomed students back on Wednesday.
After Dallas ISD annnounced a mask mandate, FOX 4 wanted to see if any other districts were following suit. So far, none in the DFW area will be requiring masks for now, but some districts are shifting their virtual options.
Plano ISD approved its new COVID-19 protocols Tuesday night. But first, trustees heard from parents who want last year’s mitigation strategies put into place again this year as the number of cases rises, especially in younger children.
Bright and early Sunday morning, more than 100 people walked to remember Sarmistha Sen.
This weekend will mark a year since 43-year-old Sarmistha Sen, who was a mother of two, was murdered during her daily morning run in Plano.
A patient went on a joyride and even picked up his brother at a Dallas apartment after stealing an ambulance from a Plano hospital.
A Plano family whose home destroyed after their neighbor's home exploded earlier this week is finally reunited after spending days in the hospital.
Investigators have yet to elaborate about what leads them to believe this was intentional.
Plano police and the Plano Fire Marshal began a joint investigation after the explosion and said Wednesday that “the explosion may have been intentional.”