The primary will be held March 3.
Republicans and Democrats have filed for their respective primaries, which Texas voters will decide on March 3.
Plano ISD has a new calendar for the 2020-21 school year, and it includes an additional 5 minutes at the beginning of the school day for early childhood, elementary and middle school students.
In addition to its in-home dialysis services, Elik Dialysis will offer in-center treatment.
The unanimous approval by council means redevelopment of the area can now begin.
The business was formerly headquartered in California.
The university’s dining department partnered with Starship Technologies to bring 30 food-delivery robots to campus.
The Richardson bakery offers sandwiches, plates, breads and other desserts.
Owner Kayla Jones is a licensed cosmetologist and trichologist.
The work is part of the ongoing Main Street redevelopment project.
The restaurant originally planned to open Dec. 1.
The business offers a variety of dental services, including routine care and checkups.
The agency offers a variety of health insurance options.
The water district commissioned two independent studies to evaluate the cause of the rupture.
The innovative concept will include two businesses sharing one space.
Some city facilities and services will be suspended over the holiday.
The restaurant allows guests to customize salads or wraps.
The cake, candy and cookie supply retailer also specializes in custom, made-to-order cakes and offers classes.
The clinic offers treatment for a variety of ailments.
Funding from DART will help pay for a complete pavement replacement along Main from near Sherman Street to just east of Greenville Avenue.
The restaurant is known for its gyro, chicken and falafel wraps.
The tornado that struck Richardson was one of 10 that occurred in North Texas that night, according to a report by the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Its path from Dallas to Richardson stretched nearly 16 miles.
These cases add to a string of similar illnesses seen across the state and U.S.
Storeowners in the region and statewide are reporting significant loss of revenue.
Leaders of both public school districts have noticed unprecendented growth in the use of e-cigarettes on campus.