Grapevine Police Seek Suspected Serial Burglar
Grapevine Police are searching for a suspected serial burglar connected to as many as 14 crimes in the DFW area.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Construction at Timber Creek High School back on track
Despite delays caused by frigid winter weather, Keller district officials expect the addition at Timber Creek High School to be ready for classes in August.
Crawfish Krawl returns for 7th year in Keller
The April 12 event featured more than 6,000 pounds of crawfish, 125 gallons each of gumbo and jambalaya and 150 sausage links, an increase over last year's haul after an unexpected shortage caused the evening to close early.
These Keller area kids know how to rock
Reese, who plays keyboards, started with lead vocalist Clotile Harrison, 13, an eighth grader at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton School.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Home distillers get serious about legalizing their hobby
"A lot of people don't realize this is illegal," Rick Morris, a still distributor, says of ginning up spirits at home as a hobby.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Several individuals, walking the sidewalk bearing long guns and/or signs, appeared to be advocating the right to carry arms in public.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Students focus on family at state leadership conference
Michael Zamora/Caller-Times Erin Quinn from Central High School in Keller, Texas, tries to decide which ingredients she wants to use Friday as students participating in a culinary competition prepare their menus during the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Corpus Christi.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Social Eyes: Hometown flavor and big-time fun at Taste of Keller on April 18-19
The burgeoning restaurant scene in Keller has inspired a dining event to celebrate the leaps and bounds growth of local eateries and other businesses in town.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Keller school board candidates focus on change
Change is a recurring theme in the Keller school board race; changes in funding, growth and educational methods all pose challenges to Keller schools, candidates said in recent interviews.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
School briefs for Keller and Northwest
Several science classrooms at Fossil Ridge High School were evacuated April 2 after a waste pipe broke, leaking waste water and a foul odor into a science lab.
Keller School Walk for Diabetes raises awareness and record funds
The event March 29 at Keller ISD Stadium raised more than $73,000 for the American Diabetes Association and had more than 1,500 participants.
Keller and Roanoke farmers markets gear up for season
The Keller and Roanoke farmers markets are preparing to open for the season, and market managers say they are excited for what the new year has to offer.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Foster's Daily Democrat
Ex-Blackwater guards seek dismissal of charges, one is former Marine from Rochester
A former Blackwater security guard and decorated Marine from Rochester is one of four American former security contractors who may face trial for participating in a deadly shooting of civilians during an Iraqi War incident.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Keller trustees approve architect for career and technology center
At Thursday night's board meeting, trustees selected a Dallas architecture firm for a conceptual design of a career and technology center.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Kids cook up creativity in Future Chefs contest
Not Bear Creek Intermediate fifth-grader Arissa Rainey who won "Judges Choice" at the fourth annual Future Chefs contest March 25 at Timber Creek High School.
Video scoreboard coming to Keller ISD Stadium
At the March 27 board meeting, Keller trustees unanimously approved the purchase of a $425,000 video scoreboard with cameras and control room equipment from TS Sports of Dallas.
Keller City Council candidates discuss platforms, plans
If there is one thing candidates for this year's Keller City Council election agree on, it's that the election on May 10 is crucial for determining the city's future direction.
Music on the Patio series brings live entertainment to Keller
Keller's Music on the Patio series is bringing live performances to the city for five months on Wednesdays through the spring and summer seasons.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Keller student turns to therapy dogs for rehabilitation, science project
When Sydney McMahan had surgery to remove a brain tumor in 2013, she was unable to sit up - much less walk.