First Scholarship In Honor Of Fallen Fort Worth Officer Garrett Hull Awarded To Keller's Brittany SalazarShe graduated with a 3.6 GPA and plans on attending Tarrant County College in the fall. She is the daughter of a Fort Worth Police officer.
Parents On Edge After Threats To Keller ISD High SchoolParents at a Keller ISD high school are becoming frustrated after multiple threats were made to the school within a week.
North Texas HS Dubbed 'Storm Ready' By National Weather ServiceWhen severe storms hit, Timber Creek High School in Keller is ready. In fact, it's more than prepared.
Teen In Critical Condition After Hit-And-Run In CrosswalkSixteen-year-old Aaron Lancaster is a junior at Timber Creek High School, and is well known for his work and talents in theatre.
Student Arrested After Online Threat Made Against Keller ISD School A boy is under arrest for allegedly making terroristic threats against his high school.
Military Father Surprises Daughter At SchoolFollowing a 7-month deployment, a military father manages to pull off the ultimate surprise.
Inspirational Brothers Share Football SpotlightFootball is a joint effort for two North Texas siblings. One of the brothers is a star on the field, but his younger brother has a growing fan base for a completely different reason.
Timber Creek High School Student Breaking StereotypesTimber Creek High School sophomore Rachel Bridges is the perfect combination of a young lady who has finesse and isn't afraid to play the physical sports dominated by men.
After "Promposal" Request Denial, Student Fights To Change Discrimination PolicyAll she wanted was to ask her female friend to prom with a "promposal" and was told by administrators it was "inappropriate." Now 16-year-old Casey Akers is pushing for a big change to Keller ISD policy.
Gay Keller Student Says 'Promposal' Unfairly DeniedProm season and the big "promposal" invites are starting again. But one Keller student says she was denied her moment because she was planning to ask another girl.
Students Banned From Graduation Ceremony Graduation ceremonies for Keller ISD continued on today without several students who were banned from walking on stage to receive their diplomas because of their alleged involvement in senior pranks at two high schools.