Group Wants Keller To Drop "Indians" As School MascotThe Society of Native Nations says it was approached by a handful of parents with students at Keller High School who are uncomfortable with the name.
Ones For Texas: Keller Students Swim To Fight CancerOn Saturday, September 30, thousands across America will swim to raise money for the fight against cancer.
Keller High Softball Team Seeks 4th State TitleKeller will play Deer Park in the Class 6A semi-final game on Friday afternoon.
Keller High Teacher Is Jeopardy! ChampionOn Friday night's finale episode of the Teachers Championship, Clemmons finished a dream he has had for more than 30 years.
Keller HS Teacher Advances On Jeopardy!David Clemmons had a last moment come-from-behind victory on Monday night's show, winning Double Jeopardy! and advancing to the finals round.
Keller High School Teacher To Be "Jeopardy!" ContestantDavid Clemmons is a history teacher from Keller High School, but he is about to make a little history of his own. Clemmons will make an appearance on the TV game show "Jeopardy!" this week.
Keller Band To March In 2018 Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeA North Texas marching band got the surprise of a lifetime this morning when they found out they’ll be heading to New York City to take part in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Keller Swimmers Hoping To Make U.S.A. ProudFor Lauren Pitzer and Cody McCasland, a chance to represent our country is something they share in common.
Area High Schools Welcoming Food TrucksLunch time just got a lot more fun for high schoolers in Keller ISD.
Grieving Parents Giving Teens Life Or Death Warning About EcstasyAn 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.
Keller ISD Eyes $169.5M Bond Package To Build More SchoolsMonday was the first day of Early Voting for the November election, and one issue in Keller has people taking sides.
North Texas Quintuplets All Enrolled At UNTMany 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.