David Keller is a native to West Michigan and grew up on the NE side of Grand Rapids. He began is career as a photographer for the Former AFL Grand Rapids Rampage and AHL Grand Rapids Griffins. David spent time on the road as a traveling camera engineer who made a stop in Arizona before coming home and joining FOX17. David has a passion for food and music which is highlighted in his weekly food segment Dining With Dave.

David also is assigned to breaking news throughout the week and produces stories for our digital team that can be seen on our FOX17 Facebook page and website. Graduating in 2013 with after studying Criminal Justice at the same time he and his wife gave birth to their to their second daughter and welcomed their first son in 2017. Working from behind the camera and in front of it David enjoys staying busy to bring West Michigan their news.

If you would like to contact David Keller or would like to high light a food stop for Dining With Dave. you can reach him at Dkeller@fox17online.com


Recent Articles
  • Dining With Dave; Rollin’ Out Food Truck Festival

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  – This week the food truck are coming together on May 20th at Heartside Park in Downtown Grand Rapids. Over 30 trucks will be parked and ready to serve food from 12:00pm-8:00pm.

  • Detroit Pistons former champion Ben Wallace announces partnership with Drive

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Wallace announcing that he will be involved in the front office and is excited learn the other side of basketball. Wallace was a powerful defensive player in the NBA. He won NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award four times during his nine year career in Detroit. Wallace played a large roll in the 2004-2005 NBA Finals run, (2004 champions) Wallace and Jbara have this summer to prepare for the 2018-19 season which begins in early […]

  • Belmont residents try to catch beagle for 10 months

    BELMONT, Mich. —  Residents in the Belmont area have been talking about a small beagle on the run. After 10 month, Lost Paws was contacted to assist in the finding the 5 year old canine. After two live traps and lots of dog treats Jack the beagle was finally brought into the Humane Society of West Michigan. He will be treated and put up for adoption, Humane society says a few families are interested adopting Jack already.

  • The Corner Bar continues demolition

    ROCKFORD, Mich. – The Corner Bar shared a video on its Facebook page early this afternoon as crews were back at it. Video shows an excavator removing what is left of the interior after the early morning fire on  August 14th 2017. Owners have been posting updates and pictures of their progress on social media and also have pinned the link to their fundraiser at the top of the company’s Facebook page.

  • Rockford softball captain stays local on signing day

    ROCKFORD, Mich. – Rockford High School softball team captain Jenna Davis is excited for another 4 years of softball, but on the next level. Davis signed with Aquinas College Thursday as family, players and coaches celebrated at Rockford Den. Davis is coming out of her Junior season with a earned run average of 2.73,  batting .376, with nine doubles and six home runs. Davis had  36 RBI’s on the season and scored 42 times herself. Davis says she will enjoy […]

  • Spectrum Health teaches resident doctors cooking techniques to help patients

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich –  Spectrum Health has been teaching a number of their resident doctors how to cook. The program has been underway for about three weeks, teaching doctors how to help their patients find healthier alternatives in their daily diet. “I’m really excited about how I can take this into my practice,” says Jenna Slaughter, a resident who has been attending the classes. “I’m going to be a pediatrician working as a general out-patient pediatrician in the community, so […]

  • Gerald R. Ford International Airport opens new expansion

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich – Construction on the first phase of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s (GFIA) Gateway Transformation Project started in December 2015 and concluded Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting celebration with sponsors, tenants, airport staff, and dignitaries. The event recognized project sponsors and tenant partners for their support of the project, believed to be the largest of its kind of any airport in the country. “The key to this entire project is partnerships. We really could not have done […]

  • Renewable energy creating more jobs in West Michigan

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich – Renewable energy companies say the future of clean energy is bright and more jobs are on the way. The event was hosted by A Renewable America. Ken Zebarah of Harvest Energy Solutions says their company has doubled employment in the last three years and believe they’ll be hiring more. The group says there are 92,000 clean energy jobs in Michigan, with more than 6,800 being in Kent County.  5,000 jobs are in wind energy.    

  • Van Andel’s Intermission restaurant previews fall menu

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich – The Van Andel Arena is gearing up for the 2017 Griffins hockey season. The new Fall menu was put on display Wednesday as guests walked the restaurant to taste the new food items. Executive chef Maurice Cordova displayed a number of changes to the menu for both concession stands and suites. “We have a pretty authentic menu, some of the things you will see today are some of the added menu options that we put on […]