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"Black Widow" Worked at Strip Club, Didn't Visit Doctors
During a bond reduction hearing Thursday for the Keller woman dubbed the "Black Widow," a district judge heard testimony that called into question Michele Williams' employment and "medical issue" while freed on bond.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
KISD high school students to get extra credits in longer school day
To increase student choices and align with new state mandates, Keller district high schools will go back to eight period days in a new take on the modified block schedule next year.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Huge day-care center schedules April opening in Keller
A day-care center that its owners say will be the biggest in Texas is scheduled to open in April in Keller, complete with bowling lanes and a performance theater.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Regional jail and regional animal adoption center expansion open in spring
The city of Keller recently gave the public and the media an advance look at the new regional jail and regional animal adoption center that underwent an $8.6 million expansion and renovation.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Greater Keller chamber names new president
The Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce has a new president who said he is ready to switch how the organization does business.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Keller woman named Big Sister of the Year in Texas
At least that's what Charity Garrison says about her mentor Candy Conway, who was recently named Texas' Big Sister of the Year at Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Keller ranks in Best Cities for Homeownership study
Once again, Keller has found its way on a good-place-to-live list - NerdWallet.com's Best Cities for Homeownership in Texas.
Central student loves dogs, and it shows
A 14-year-old freshman at Central High School, Emma and her 18-month-old English Springer Spaniel, Petey, did not advance to the finals in Westminster, but gained valuable experience.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Keller school district leaders to consider career and technology center
School district officials plan to hire an architect next month to provide options and costs for a career and technical education center, where students could prepare for vocations in such fields as culinary arts, computer maintenance and construction.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Things from the Attic
Tricia McMahan of Keller has a Lucio Orozco painting in a Southwestern style evaluated by appraiser Colette Brown at Roanoke's Unique Antiques, held at the Senior Center in Roanoke, Texas, on Saturday Tony and Pat Hazelwood of Keller wait to have a large painting evaluated.
February Fishing for Fun
Shane and son Samuel Jefferys of Keller cast from the bank at Keller's Fishing for Fun event for anglers 16 and younger, held at Bear Creek Park pond in Keller, Texas, on Saturday.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
A New Multi-Million $ Regional Jail & Animal Control Facility
Sun-filled visiting rooms border a turf courtyard on one end. Security cameras and steel doors monitor cell blocks on the other end.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Korean teachers visit Keller schools to share ideas and culture
Miso Kim introduced her lesson on the Korean language to students at Keller Middle School by telling them the meaning of her name.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller
Blog Buzz : The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller via Semicolon The Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in Every Child by Donalyn Miller, sixth grade language arts and social studies teacher at Trinity Meadows Intermediate School in Keller, Texas.
A dozen Keller district students are National Merit finalists
National Merit finalists are drawn from semifinalists who represent the top 1 percent of 1.5 million juniors who take the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test .
Residents get a lesson in Keller school finance
Keller district officials hosted a financial town hall Feb. 13 to give interested residents a short course on "School Finance 101."
And The Valley Shook
LSU 2015 Football Recruiting 2015 Preview: Offensive Line
When it comes to smashmouth football, like Miles enjoys, and watching a team just get physically defeated, it all starts up front.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Perfect Fear Casts Out Love
We all tend to fear people who are different from us, and who we believe are going to be antagonistic or violent.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Good Things Come is Threes
Southlake artist Lamberto Alvarez studies "Childhood" by Martha Gibson of Wimberley, Texas, one of the mixed media pieces on display at a reception on Thursday, February 13th, 2014, for the three women artists featured in Keller's February art show.
$12 million tax break proposed for new Fort Worth Walmart project
The Fort Worth City Council is mulling over a proposal that would give Walmart up to $12 million in tax breaks for work related to the opening of a new superstore along Golden Triangle Boulevard.