Police say it seems like young adults are just messing around with airsoft-style guns. But people not in on it may see the pellet gun as a threat and defend themselves with a real weapon.
Two of the top 11 spellers in the country are from North Texas. Vivinsha Veduru and Dhroov Bharati will compete next week in the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals.
First responders are watching for a slew of weather-related incidents, including accidents on the roads to the potential of flash flooding and high water emergencies. One of the main things they want to warn people about is driving through standing or moving water.
Former Keller police sergeant Blake Shimanek is charged with official oppression.
Many people in Tarrant County are preparing to file insurance claims because of all the hail damage that came with Wednesday night’s severe weather.
Keller police have arrested a man who they say was the driver in a hit-and-run crash that resulted in the death of Brian Zhou last month.
Advocates of the change spoke out during Monday night's school board meeting. They argued the name Keller Indians is offensive.
Keller police believe they’ve found the vehicle connected to a deadly hit-and-run crash over the weekend.
Keller police are seeking the public’s help to find the hit-and-run driver who killed a 58-year-old man Saturday evening.
Two people died in a head-in collision in Keller Saturday afternoon.
A Keller police sergeant demoted for his role in a controversial arrest in 2020 has resigned, effective Monday.
The city of Keller agreed to pay $200,000 to settle a lawsuit with a man who accused two police officers of excessive force during a traffic stop. He said they pepper sprayed him for recording his son's arrest.
An excessive force lawsuit against police in the Fort Worth suburb of Keller is expected to draw a crowd to speak during a special city council meeting Tuesday.
The city of Keller will hold a special closed door meeting to address a lawsuit claiming Keller police officers used excessive force against a man recording his son's arrest.
The Texas Medical Association is recommending more testing of staff and students in schools to head off the latest spike in COVID-19 infections.
Some of the runoff races include mayoral contests in Denton, Mansfield, White Settlement and Keller.
Trisha John with Keller ISD Health Services says the district has seen positive cases jump from September to October. In just the first two weeks of November, they’ve reported 252 cases, which is more than they saw in all of October.
It’s back home for students at one high school in north Fort Worth because of a sudden shortage of staff.
There is progress toward a COVID-19 vaccine.
Positive COVID-19 cases at a middle school in Keller have forced an entire grade level to return to remote learning.