Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 14.

Note: The following stories were published between Oct. 12-13.

Dallas-Fort Worth

More restaurant, retail space could be coming to north Frisco development where H-E-B owns land

In a 4-1 vote on Oct. 12, the commission approved changes to the Four Corners development, which spans over 100 acres in north Frisco. Groundwork has been laid for multiple property owners to expand into a tract of land south of the development.

The Oxbow at Frisco pitched to city leaders, would coincide with Parvin Creek greenspace, booming northern region

Dozens of Frisco leaders on Oct. 13 heard the first public presentation of a potential new, mixed-use development to coincide with PGA Frisco, the Fields development and all the projects underway in the city’s growing northern region.

Crush Taco to open second Frisco location

The taco shop serves a variety of dishes, including the cornflake crusted shrimp taco, chorizo fries and fried chicken "elotes" taco. Drinks include frozen margaritas, specialty sodas and local beers.

Central Texas

Donut shop opening soon in Georgetown

The shop is a family-owned business with several locations in the Austin area.

Greater Houston

Locatelli’s owners launch virtual food hall Click Click Chew in Cypress

The venture features four different cuisine concepts under one roof, allowing customers to order from multiple restaurants with a single transaction, according to a news release.

Matt Payne, Brittany Andes and Danica Lloyd contributed to this report.