Missed any of our articles from this week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Dallas-Fort Worth from Dec. 4-8.

Developers break ground on mixed-use development in Dallas

Construction has started on a 4-acre mixed-use development in the Knox Street neighborhood of Dallas, according to a Dec. 5 news release.

McKinney state Rep. Frederick Frazier receives probation from misdemeanor charges

Republican state Rep. Frederick Frazier, who represents parts of Collin County, including McKinney and Frisco, will serve a one-year probation in response to misdemeanor charges presented in Collin County’s 199th District Court on Dec. 5.

NCTCOG hosts open houses for Dallas-Fort Worth air quality improvement plan

Dallas-Fort Worth’s North Central Texas Council of Governments is seeking public input on development of a new roadmap for improving air quality throughout the area, according to a news release.

Keller ISD interim superintendent highlights potential budget shortfall of more than $27M

Keller ISD interim Superintendent John Allison hosted a community budget education seminar Nov. 29 that highlighted concerns for the 2024-25 school year budget. He also provided a call to action on how to possibly alleviate some of those concerns.

Southlake mayor to run for congressional seat

Southlake Mayor John Huffman will not seek re-election to his current post in 2024, instead turning his focus to run for U.S. Congress.