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 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.
The Dallas Fort Worth home price index went up 1.2 percent from February and has jumped 10 percent from March of last year.
Dallas police are looking for a person of interest in connection with a deadly shooting at an Oak Cliff shopping center.
Surveillance pictures show the female suspect as she struck an officer on a bike when he approached her at the drive-through.
Police have provided surveillance video and are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed an Irving bank on Wednesday.
The social media exposure is skyrocketing for a Plano family trying to reach out to the band One Direction. Now, the Wilson family’s mission has grown into an even bigger cause.
Kelly Wilson lost her 15-year-old sister Nicole on Saturday. She’s asking One Direction, her sister’s favorite band, to pay tribute to her in Dallas in August.
Dallas Police are looking for an attacker who shot a man and took his possessions before apologizing to his victim.
A Burleson bakery has a rich history of serving up joy to everyone — from the rich and famous to the average Joe.
Plano Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Plano man and his four-year-old daughter, who were last seen by family on Sunday night.
A Dallas pastor says he’ll forgive the thieves who ripped off his church — if they just bring back what they stole.
Instead of relying on the sounds or the sight of a thunderstorm, you can now rely on an app called, Pocket Perry.