The Dallas Cowboys say they are ready to celebrate with Frisco officials a day after overwhelming approval of a deal to build an indoor stadium and team headquarters in the Dallas suburb.
The Frisco City Council and the city's school board voted to approve a $115 million agreement to build a complex that will include an indoor stadium and new headquarters.
The school district is contributing $30 million, and its high schools will play games in the stadium. The Cowboys aren't putting any money up front but will have to pay any extra costs. The team also has agreed to develop the remaining land on the 91-acre tract.
The deal will end a four-decade relationship between the Cowboys and the suburb of Irving.