Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of March 3.

Note: The following stories were published March 1-2.

Central Texas

Cactus Nights Sports Bar in Round Rock demolished to make way for new dance hall and bar

Demolition began on the Cactus Nights Sports Bar building this week to make way for a new dance hall and bar. The property was recently purchased by the Villarreal family, which owns the Long Branch Saloon and La Esquina Cantina.

Kohl's location coming to Pflugerville

Kohl's department store sells a variety of clothing and jewelry as well as electronics, furniture, decor, and bed and bath products.

Greater Houston

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Commissioner DeMerchant unseated; McCoy and Sane headed to runoff

According to unofficial voting results, the Democratic Fort Bend County commissioner Precinct 4 race will head to a runoff election about two months after no candidate secured more than 50% of the vote. Incumbent Ken DeMerchant secured 14.34% of the vote, with 1,140 votes total, and has been unseated for the Democratic position.

Dallas-Fort Worth

McKinney ISD to clear Timber Creek property for future school

McKinney ISD will clean up a piece of land it owns in northwest McKinney after approval from the board of trustees at a Feb. 22 meeting.

American comfort food restaurant Ford's Garage to open in Plano

Construction is slated to be completed by the end of April, according to the listing.

Brooke Sjoberg, Laura Aebi, Brian Rash, Brooklynn Cooper and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.