A soldier from Keller who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom died Nov. 17, according to the Department of Defense.
What was once a rural, two-lane road has turned into a regular route for North Texas commuters. Now some people who live along Davis Boulevard, in Tarrant County, are pleading for help. They say they only want to be able to safely get in and out their homes.
Welcome to the Keller Youth Association football program, a revamped league where now everyone is not a winner. Starting next spring almost every kid will go home without an award. The board of directors has voted unanimously to end the practice.
Doing something nice for others helps you feel good, too. But for Tonya Fuqua and her daughter, helping others is helping her overcome a painful and chronic digestive disease.
A 44-year-old woman from Keller pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon to deadly conduct and tampering with evidence in the case of her husband’s 2011 murder.
CBS 11 News has learned exclusive information about a federal lawsuit filed against a major North Texas school district. The Keller family says someone they trusted to care for him abused their son.
When an annual Keller community celebration returns this month, a few months late, it won’t actually be in Keller.
Students in the Keller Independent School District got to soak in one more day of summer vacation on Monday, as most other North Texas kids returned to classes. But the big day for Keller students has now arrived.
Students in Keller ISD will have to get used to some changes regarding the dress code.
When you call 911 for emergency help in Watauga, you’re speaking with the Watauga Police Department — right? Not necessarily.
Many residents in Keller were left scratching their heads in disbelief after a bizarre series of lightning strikes triggered a set of three house fires, all within four miles of each other.
If you didn’t win the big Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, maybe you don’t need to pick different numbers, you just need to pick a different store.