Keller High School
An impulsive decision at the Austin City Limits Music Festival cost the life of a college student from North Texas. Now, her parents are sharing a warning about drugs, to spare other families the same grief.
Monday was the first day of Early Voting for the November election, and one issue in Keller has people taking sides.
Many parents this week will be dropping their children off for their first year of college. But for one North Texas family, the momentous event is five times as special.
The CBS 11 I-Team took a closer look at schools in our area, uncovering information on which districts have underground shelters, which don’t and why.
A second victim from a deadly suspected DWI crash tied to a Tarrant Sheriff’s employee remains in critical condition with brain damage. The family of 21-year-old John Schambacher say they are optimistic he can recover, but with no insurance they are trying to find a way to get him into rehabilitation.
Football is a way of life in North Texas. Maybe that’s why some players think concussions are just part of the game. But parents worry.
Just days before school starts, some parents in Keller are still concerned about how their children will get there.
A panel is considering punishment over a hockey fight that left a player with a broken jaw during a tournament in Dallas.
Nicholas Chaney’s parents trust he’s taken care of at school just like he is at home. Nicholas, 18, has cerebral palsy. “I admire the teachers they do a very good job with them,” says his mother Pauline Chaney.
Coaches and officials vowed to hold those responsible accountable for a violent brawl that broke out after a high school hockey match.
A motorcyclist who died in North Fort Worth Monday has been identified as a teenager who got his high school diploma only 72 hours earlier.