People are still talking about the day a 92-year old piece of history moved on down Highway 377 in Keller.
If you drive through Keller, you cannot help but to notice the old water tower.
On U.S. 377 just north of Loop 820, you’ll find the entrance to the historic business district in Keller.
Behind every successful community is a vibrant arts scene. One Keller woman is using her passion to promote art in her community.
Next to a Duncanville lumber yard, near I-20 and North Duncanville Road, is a brick building filled with a collection of antique mechanical music machines.
If you live in the DeSoto area….there is a date from two-and-a-half years ago you will never forget. That was the day tornados leveled houses and tossed semi-trailers like toys. If you remember anything about […]
At the end of Main Street in Duncanville, you will find Armstrong Park, Duncanville City Hall and the City Library. But, something else used to be there as well – an airfield.
One family looks back for being the first to integrate the Cedar Hill school district.
It all began when Theressa Brandon was looking for a place to bury her dog. She found the delapodated and abandoned pet cemetery. And the county was putting it up for auction to the highest […]
The smiles on the faces of the Duncanville High School Sparklers light up the room as they practice their cheer and dance routine.
KRLD business analyst David Johnson sits down with Twisted Root CEO Jason Boso.
So what was life like in north Texas when first settlers arrived?