Chief Standridge, with the Abilene Police Department, had his turn today to address his needs before the Abilene Bond Advisory Committee.
It was September 17th, 1787 when the United States Constitution was formed and signed. On campus, they hosted a "Free Speech" event on the steps of the Jay-Rollins Library.
Abilene has seen a lot of growth recently in the downtown area and along Highway 351, but there's also a boom in businesses going up in the south side of town.
The students sang patriotic songs and enjoyed fanfare. Dyess students have been learning about the Constitution and it's importance in our every day lives.
Each year, the Air Force birthday presents an opportunity for Team Dyess Airmen to foster tradition and heritage, build spirit de corps, and commemorate the service’s legacy.
The United Family® of stores today launched a promotion for guests to earn free Lodge cast iron cookware and bakeware.
Young Life Abilene is thrilled to once again partner with The Adams Golf Pro Tour Series to debut the Young Life Abilene Open.
Big Country residents are encouraged to clean out their medicine cabinets and bring unused and expired medications to Abilene’s Medication Clean-out TM event, Oct. 4.
Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas, and Texas Veterans Commission have joined together to provide a job fair specifically for regional veterans.
Homecoming 2014 at Abilene High School shifts into full gear Thursday night, September 18, with the annual Homecoming Parade.
An emotional debate is underway about how far is too far when it comes to disciplining children.
Texas Tech students were notified on their emergency alert system just before 4 a.m. Tuesday morning of “a report of a sexual assault alleged to have occurred on campus”.
A police chase overnight leads to a suspect getting stabbed with a spear in the 100 block of Milliron in Wichita Falls
A group of people from Brazil are here in Abilene to thank locals for playing a role in saving their village. Mission Abilene and a local church raised money to install water purification systems in Brazil.
The newest location is the first on the north side of town, but you have to drive onto the campus of Abilene Christian University to get your cup-o-joe.
Jay and Ratna Devdhara’s love for cooking is what attracted them to opening a Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in their hometown of Snyder. The couple will expand their business with a new location in nearby Sweetwater.
"We're bringing convenient shopping and low prices to Stamford, and the wait is almost over," said store manager Michael Steele. "We look forward to saving Stamford shoppers money so they can live better."
Taylor County to open new voting centers to replace mobile voting units.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding Texans in advance of the upcoming November election that Election Identification Certificates are available year-round at all Texas driver license offices
The Alzheimer’s Association – North Central Texas Chapter invites Big Country residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
The City of Abilene’s Recreation Division will host the NFL/Gatorade Punt, Pass & Kick local competition on Saturday, September 20.
Three men in Brownwood are found guilty for their involvement in an organized crime ring.
McMurry University students are studying some of the most infamous serial killers in American history in Dr. Jerry Hollingsworth’s sociology class this fall.
Smart's 9-month-long kidnapping ordeal captivated the nation over a decade ago, when she was just 14. She is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Alliance for Women and Children's 12th Annual Fall Luncheon.
Taylor County is expecting to open 23 countywide Vote centers on Election Day.