Abilene Police are investigating a report of suspicious activity near Bonham Elementary School.
Abilene Fire Investigators are still working to determine the cause of a vehicle fire that sent three people to the hospital.
Relic skeletal remains of an adult and a juvenile were found at a location on Hubbard Creek Lake afternoon.
An Abilene man was arrested Friday morning in south Abilene in connection to a string of convenience store robberies.
The body was found in a vacant apartment and is being investigated as a suspicious death.
Radio-active waste will travel across I-20 once a month while en route to Carlsbad, New Mexico. The city put on a display to demonstrate safety.
Council members approved the 30 year contract with the Brazos River Authority to get raw water from Possum Kingdom.
A San Angelo bail bondsman and a Nolan County attorney are under indictment tonight on charges connected to a case involving proving a will.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a major bridge collapse on I-35 near Salado.
An explosion rocked a heavily traveled section of Manhattan's East Village on Thursday, injuring several people and leveling parts of a building, authorities said.
The Stephens County Sheriff's Office confirms a citizen was walking along the lake bed at the Mile-Long Bridge Wednesday and discovered the skeletal remains
Two lucky lottery participants hit the jackpot Wednesday, and one of the winning Lotto Texas tickets was sold in Abilene.
One man has been pronounced dead after a shooting in Colorado City.
An 18-wheeler truck driver died in a fiery wreck Wednesday morning in Tye, responders say.
It seems to have been no accident, officials said Thursday. Information collected by investigators suggests the co-pilot who was in control of the Germanwings airplane when it crashed, killing all 150 people on board, was acting deliberately, the prosecutor said Thursday.
A traffic stop in Abilene sends three people to jail.
The victim's mother has spent the last two days sitting at her daughter's bedside after the 17 year old attempted to take her life over comments on the social media site "Burn Book."
One person is in custody following a rollover wreck in South Abilene.
In a few weeks, residents will be casting their ballots on what bond projects they would like to see passed, but people who live near a growing school district will likely see their tax dollars double.
A Ranger teenager attempted to end her life after bullies targeted her through an app called Burn Book. The community gathered today to raise awareness and show support.
The U.S. military charges Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with desertion. Bergdahl had previously been freed from Taliban captivity in a prisoner swap.
Three women were inside a car when a single gun shot struck the rear wheel.
We earthlings might have the planet Jupiter to thank for our very existence.
Clear out unwanted items from your property and recycle them during the upcoming Spring Clean and Tire Amnesty Days.
Firefighters respond to a fire at the Hartford apartments.
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Progress is being made toward new plumbing in Buffalo Gap.
An entire social service department is relocating due to costly elevator repairs.
The Islamic terrorist group ISIS is possibly hacking websites in the Big Country.
The warning system called Code Red will send email alerts to Taylor County employees in case of severe weather or other emergencies such as evacuations.
The newly announced Republican presidential candidate told CNN's Dana Bash on Tuesday that he will sign up for health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act -- a law he has been on a crusade to kill.
The Callahan County Sheriff's Department is searching for a fugitive after a car chase Monday night.
Abilene Restoration's website appears to have been hacked by ISIS supporters.
The Lone Star Literary Life, a weekly online publication, has named Abilene as one of the Top Ten Bookish Destinations in Texas for 2015.
Governor Greg Abbott has filed an amicus brief in opposition to the Obama administration’s Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal in the case to halt President Obama’s executive amnesty.
The City of Abilene Recreation Division will be hosting an Evening Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
The City of Abilene has published a citizen's guide to the May 9, 2015 Bond Election on their website.
Pre-indictment cases were filed Tuesday against an Abilene man, arrested for 3rd Degree Felony Injury to a Child.
Cecilia Abbott, first lady of the State of Texas, will be the keynote speaker at McMurry University’s 2015 Women’s Leadership Luncheon.
While Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick prepares to have the Texas Senate vote this week on more than $4.5 billion in cuts to property and business taxes, the measures are drawing a sharp debate on whether the plan is cutting the right taxes.
Even Texans with the greenest of lawns water them too much, many landscape experts say.
Three days of wall-to-wall media coverage? Check. A ready-made audience of thousands of Christian conservatives? Check. A message tailor-made to fire up the GOP base? Check.
Hamby Volunteer Fire Fighters responded to a structure fire at 405 Spring Creek Road in Shackelford County shortly before 10:00 p.m. on Monday.
Attorney for Former Abilene ISD Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns speaks out about his client's allegations of mishandling allegations of inappropriate student-teacher relationships.
The Texas Department of Public Safety seized $2,606,709.60 in cocaine during a routine traffic stop near Hidalgo County on Monday.
A pedestrian has been taken to the hospital after being his by a car at the intersection of North 1st and Mockingbird Lane.
Police were called out to the 3400 Blk. of Ambler Ave. at around 6 a.m. on Monday, March 23, 2015 for a Robbery that just occurred at a convenience store.
An ISIS list targeting U.S. service members includes airmen in Abilene.
The Lone Star State has no shortage of specialty license plates including "Texas 4 Ever," "Ducks Unlimited" and"Fight Terrorism." But state officials drew the line when one organization sought to have their logo — the Confederate flag — depicted on a plate.
District Attorney Micheal Murray reports that felony cases were recently heard in Brown/Mills County District Court, Judge Stephen Ellis presiding.