Latest Richardson, Texas Stories
By Jeff Mosier and Holly Yan, The Dallas Morning News Aug. 1--The Dallas County medical examiner's office is investigating whether the death of a 6-year-old girl is related to the parasitic infection cryptosporidiosis. Rosemary Stagaman of Richardson died Monday at Medical City Dallas Hospital.
Fujitsu Network Communications, a leading supplier of innovative optical and wireless networking solutions, announced today that they are expanding manufacturing capacity at their Richardson, Texas, headquarters.
By Arthur Raymond Deseret News The carefree days of summer were temporarily on hold for more than 200 high-school students from around the country who gathered in Salt Lake City this week to make life a little nicer for 24 local families in need.
By Eileen M. Adams RANGELEY - Phil Richardson believes his school union, as well as many other small, rural school systems, is between a rock and a hard place.
By Victor Godinez, The Dallas Morning News Jun. 28--AT&T Inc. is moving its headquarters to Dallas from San Antonio, the telecommunications company said Friday afternoon. AT&T said the move will start immediately and be completed by the end of the year.
By Robert Miller, The Dallas Morning News Jun. 24--The Texas Instruments Foundation has given a $500,000 grant to the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations to help fund its Phase II capital projects.
DALLAS, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Richardson and Texas Instruments Foundation announced today a grant of $500,000 from the TI Foundation to the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations to help fund the center's much-needed Phase II capital projects.
By DAN BOYD Journal Capitol Bureau Computer giant Hewlett-Packard plans to open a technical support center in Rio Rancho that eventually could employ 1,300 people. Several hundred employees would be hired when the center opens, and the work force would be rounded out by 2012.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson signed legislation into law on Wednesday that will allow his state to begin investing $110 million in a facility to launch tourists into space.
By Jim Christie SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said on Thursday a plan to spend $100 million in state money to build a facility to launch tourists into space will take flight, despite objections in the state legislature.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.