Read the most popular news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


Experts advise planning for Frisco's winter flu season during COVID-19

Health officials are preparing for a seasonal wave of influenza they said could compound public health and health care system capacity concerns this year.

New office park planned to be built on US 380 in Frisco

A new office park to be built on US 380 got approval for a zoning change from the Frisco City Council on Nov. 2.


La'Shadion Shemwell to be recalled from McKinney City Council

McKinney City Council member La'Shadion Shemwell released a statement after a majority of voters in the Nov. 3 election were in favor of him being removed from office by recall, saying, "This is not the outcome we wanted, but one we fully expected."

McKinney residents decide against proposition to potentially sell park land

With almost all Collin County vote centers reporting, nearly 60% of McKinney residents have voted against giving the city permission to sell land located near the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. The land will remain as it is, as the city will not be able to enter negotiations to sell the land.

Tarrant county

Judge Glen Whitley addresses the state of Tarrant County

In an Oct. 23 address, Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley spoke to county officials, residents and business owners about the obstacles the county is facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

William C. Wadsack, Ben Thompson, Miranda Jaimes and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.