Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 26.

Note: The following stories were published April 25.

Dallas-Fort Worth

TxDOT to hold public meeting in Frisco on proposed US 380 widening

North Texas drivers will soon have an opportunity to weigh in on a potential highway widening planned by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Collin County accepting applications for $2M park acquisitions, improvements funding program

Municipalities and nonprofit organizations within Collin County can now apply for a share of the county's $2 million Parks and Open Space Project Funding Assistance Program. Funding will be awarded to projects including but not limited to land acquisition, trails and capital improvements for parks and open spaces located within Collin County, according to a county news release.

Greater Houston

Texas Medical Center coronavirus update: After consistent declines, new COVID-19 cases flatten out

After a month of consistent declines in the weekly average of new COVID-19 cases confirmed in the Texas Medical Center, new cases have remained flat over the past week with no increase or decrease, according to the TMC’s key takeaways report published April 25.

215 acres in Brookshire for new residential community purchased by Bold Fox Development

On April 25, Bold Fox Development acquired approximately 215 acres of land in Brookshire for a new residential community. The property is located near Gassner Road and FM 362, about 1 mile north of I-10.

Reconstructing Main Street: Tomball residents, business owners oppose plans for raised medians along FM 2920

A long-planned project to reconstruct FM 2920 through downtown Tomball is on the table to address traffic and safety concerns, but residents and business owners have pushed back against proposed raised medians, leading officials to reconsider it.

Matt Payne, George Wiebe, William C. Wadsack, Asia Armour and Kayli Thompson contributed to this report.