Kelli started her career as a “one-person-band” for a television station in Rapid City, South Dakota. Since then, she’s been an award-winning television news anchor and reporter at stations across the country.
For six years, she served as co-anchor and investigative consumer reporter for an ABC owned and operated station near Detroit.
Kelli is from Dallas and is excited to be back home close to family. She grew up listening to KRLD and feels privileged to be part of the excellent news team.
A Plano man was killed early Friday morning after running back inside his burning home to retrieve a phone to call 9-1-1.
Investigators say they found an unidentified 21-year-old man lying dead on the side of the road in Lancaster on Saturday morning.
Chances are you’ve made a wish on a falling star, but a North Texas couple wonders if they actually caught one.
Beyonce, Jay Z, and Paul McCartney are just a few of the stars who will receive a gift bag at Sunday’s GRAMMY Awards. Tucked inside the swanky bag will be a tasty Texas treat.
A 41-year-old Wise County father of six died of the swine flu and pneumonia last month, becoming what is believed to be the 21st flu-related death in North Texas.
Construction on the world’s largest high definition video screen is attracting all kinds of attention at Texas Motor Speedway. Now, you can watch it online.
A Frisco father who lost his son because of a designer drug is taking his fight against drugs all the way to Washington, D.C.
If you want to really feel Texas and not travel too far West, there’s a 60-acre place you have to experience in Flower Mound.
Garland police have released a video and picture of a car suspected in a deadly hit and run crash last month.
Fort Worth police are searching for a man believed to have robbed the same gas station at least four times in the past month — and twice in the same day.
The search for a missing Garland man who has dementia just got stronger. 82-year-old Hal Ticknor has been missing since October 11th.
If the partial government shutdown doesn’t end by November 1st, families of nearly 10,000 Tarrant County children enrolled in Head Start or a day-care program may suffer.