Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 1.
Note: The following stories were published between Sept. 27-30.
Two years in the making: Wurstfest prepares for 60th festival after completing new facility
The Wurstfest Association is preparing for the 60th annual Wurstfest celebration nearly two years after a fire broke out in the Marktplatz building on the festival grounds.
Round Rock ISD: TikTok challenges cost district over $10K
A notice shared with parents by Round Rock ISD on Sept. 30 claims that recent TikTok trends have cost the district over $10,000.
Austin Police Department to no longer respond to scene of some nonemergency calls
The Austin Police Department will no longer respond to the scene of nonemergency crimes, interim police Chief Joseph Chacon announced Sept. 29.
Frisco officials focus on parking in redevelopment of land near Riders Field
Frisco officials said they believe redevelopment of land at Dallas Parkway and Ikea Drive surrounding Riders Field will draw heavy foot traffic.
Majority of Katy ISD schools fail to reach district goals for standardized testing
The effects of the pandemic on learning loss are becoming clearer as Katy ISD published the findings of the House Bill 3 Annual Update at its Sept. 27 board of trustees meeting.
Laura Aebi, Eric Wellbacher, Lauren Canterberry, Brooke Sjoberg, Matt Payne and Darcy Sprague contributed to this report.