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TOP LOCAL NEWS - COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS:
 
North Texas crews work to clean up after train derails due to heavy rain
9/22/2018 7:01 PM
The Collin County Sheriff"s Office said it happened just after 11:30 a.m. at CR 558 and CR 605 in Farmersville. Officials said that 11 cars had derailed.Read More
 
Paris District Road Report for the week of Sept. 24, 2018
9/21/2018 6:32 PM
Here"s a look at work planned in Fannin and Grayson counties during the week of Sept. 24, 2018.Read More
 
Muslim cemetery plan approved by Collin County city after feds intervene
9/21/2018 12:44 AM
City Council members on Thursday unanimously approved a settlement agreement with the Islamic Association of Collin County that will allow it to obtain plats needed to build its graveyard proposal. The vote, which came after federal intervention, marked an about-face from city leaders" decision last year to block the cemetery.Read More
 
Captain D"s Propels Expansion in Texas with Opening of New Plano Restaurant
9/19/2018 3:55 PM
NASHVILLE, Tenn: Captain D"s, the nation"s leading fast casual seafood restaurant, announced today the opening of its newest franchised restaurant in Plano, Texas. Located at 603 E. 15th St., this new location marks the brand"s 15th location in the state and the first for Collin County.Read More
 
Frisco doctor suspended over "continuing threat" after drug arrest,...
9/19/2018 2:34 AM
A Frisco physician who prescribed large amounts of opioids had his medical license temporarily suspended after a disciplinary panel found his work "poses a continuing threat to public welfare." The panel for the Texas Medical Board voted Sept.Read More
 
Plano"s oldest families to be "patient" with land off Dallas North Tollway
9/18/2018 10:12 PM
"It was quiet and peaceful; you could see downtown Dallas from here," said Rutledge Haggard, a fourth generation Haggard recalls in his early days. It is hard to miss the farmland off the Dallas North Tollway that has been in the Haggard family.Read More
 
McKinney man gets 45 years for sexual assault of teen with special needs
9/18/2018 5:34 PM
A 45-year-old man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for the continuous sexual assault of a 14-year-old relative with special needs. The teen told a family member she was assaulted by Augusto Carrera, of McKinney, after she was found in a "frantic state," read a statement from the Collin County District Attorney"s Office.Read More
 
Collin Co. Law Enforcement Nabs Child Exploitation Suspects
9/17/2018 9:23 PM
On Monday, the Collin County Sheriff"s Office announced arrests in a 3-week long sting operation called "Operation Zeus", which targeted the online exploitation of children. On Monday, the Collin County Sheriff"s Office announced arrests in a 3-week long sting operation called "Operation Zeus", which targeted the online exploitation of children....Read More
 
Child exploitation sting charges 12 with child porn, solicitation in D-FW area, officials say
9/17/2018 12:47 PM
An multi-agency investigation of online child sexual exploitation ended in 12 arrests throughout the D-FW area in the past three weeks, and investigators say they"ve located at least one previously unidentified victim. Over a hundred investigative personnel from 20 local, state and federal agencies participated in Operation Zeus.Read More
 
Why Now Is the Time to Invest in Sacramento CRE
9/17/2018 3:53 AM
Located roughly 90 miles northeast of San Francisco and 120 miles northeast of San Jose, Sacramento has long been thought of as too far from the heart of Silicon Valley to function as anything other than The Golden State"s administrative epicenter. But according to investment management firm JLL, this may be about to change.Read More