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.
People are still talking about the day a 92-year old piece of history moved on down Highway 377 in Keller.
If you’ve every wondered why cats sleep so much, researchers say it’s in their DNA.
Grand Prairie Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man suspected of robbery following a return trip from an Oklahoma casino.
Police have arrested a 32-year-old Dallas man for allegedly soliciting sex from a 14-year-old boy. The suspect has been charged with criminal solicitation of a minor.
Candy lovers from all over the country head to Carrollton for their sugar fix.
Police have arrested a 76-year-old man for allegedly burglarizing a Fort Worth home destroyed by fire just days earlier. The family’s 9-year-old son was killed in the fire.
An associate professor of Chemistry at the University of North Texas has created a new tool to crack down on I-D theft, trace criminals and help in the fight against cancer.
Investigators say the suspect, described as having a strong body odor, robbed a Wells Fargo Bank inside a grocery store on West Parker Road on July 7.
The search continues for a man who is presumed to have drowned at Lewisville Lake after jumping in the water to save his nephew on Sunday.
Fort Worth police are searching for two women who they say wear wigs and ripoff banks. Only they believe they’re dealing with two different serial robbers.
Dallas Police have released surveillance video from a local business that shows an unidentified suspect fleeing the scene of a murder that happened last week at the intersection of Lemmon Ave and Oak Lawn in Dallas.
A Dallas Police officer noticed a suspicious vehicle in his parking garage and snapped a quick picture. That picture led to the arrests of two suspects who burglarized his apartment.