Major Accident (Wise County)

Law enforcement is investigating a major accident on southbound 287 near CR 1280 just south of Alvord. Reports indicate the accident involves a semi truck and another vehicle. Heavy delays. Update – This is a fatality accident.

Boys Basketball: Seniors ready to take Plano to next level – Kendall County Now (subscription)


Kendall County Now (subscription)

Boys Basketball: Seniors ready to take Plano to next level
Kendall County Now (subscription)
Despite graduating three key starters from last year’s historic Class 3A regional championship team, a strong senior class moves up in the ranks to lead the Plano boys basketball team for the 2016-17 season. Seniors Elijah Maisonet and Anthony Martinez …

Changing with the times: Plano PD recruiting new officers to reflect changing city demographics – Star Local Media


Star Local Media

Changing with the times: Plano PD recruiting new officers to reflect changing city demographics
Star Local Media
“The Plano of 2016 does not look like the Plano of 1985,” said Plano PD Lt. Doug Deaton. “It doesn’t look that way economically, demographically, physically, geographically, in any sense.” And as the city continues to change, Plano PD wants to change

Fannie Mae to be sole tenant at Granite Park Seven office building in Plano – Community Impact Newspaper

Fannie Mae to be sole tenant at Granite Park Seven office building in Plano
Community Impact Newspaper
The Federal National Mortgage Association, also known as Fannie Mae, is expected to be the sole tenant in a new, 330,000-square-foot office building in Plano’s Granite Park, Julie Ratcliff, spokeswoman for Granite Park, said in an email. Fannie Mae

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How did Plano vote? Post-election results show Plano’s changing political taste – Star Local Media


Star Local Media

How did Plano vote? Post-election results show Plano’s changing political taste
Star Local Media
The voting prescient in Plano reflect the changing demographics of the city. This election could foreshadow a shift in the city’s political tastes. prev. next. If Plano decided the presidential election, the outcome would have been the same. But what’s