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

Note: The following stories were published April 12-13.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Billions paid and rising: Plano ISD could cut programs due to rising state recapture bill

After making recapture payments of more than $1 billion to the state over the last six years, Plano ISD officials project the district’s largest bill so far will come next school year.

The Dripbar to open location on Keller Parkway

The Dripbar is a health center that administers various IV infusions that give users vitamins and nutrients to support their lifestyle and fitness needs.

Central Texas

Additional sources of excess wastewater inflow identified in Round Rock as inspections continue

Round Rock officials have identified multiple sources of excess wastewater inflow, with inspections of the regional system ongoing.

Frosties to offer daiquiris to go in downtown Hutto

Frosties’ selection will include specialty daiquiris, sandwiches, CBD drinks and nonalcoholic slushies.

Greater Houston

Fort Bend ISD board of trustees names new elementary school after student who died

In a unanimous vote, the Fort Bend ISD board of trustees has named a new elementary school after one of the district’s former students.

William C. Wadsack, Brooke Sjoberg, Carson Ganong, Bailey Lewis and Hunter Marrow contributed to this report.