More information has been released about what happened just before Sunday's deadly plane crash.
The Abilene Genghis Grill location, along with 19 others in Texas, is donating one dollar from the sale of every Chef Made Bowl to the No Kid Hungry campaign between September 1st-14th.
While many of you are enjoying a well-deserved day off, there are several in the community who still have to work, like the police officers patrolling the streets. To say thank you for their service, the Olive Garden in Abilene is offering them a free meal.
Students in the Big Country will be entering their second week back to school tomorrow. For parents, that means plenty of preparation, including what to pack for lunch.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will conduct a multi-county Range and Wildlife Management Field Day on September 19th in Brown County for landowners interested in managing wildlife and livestock.
Abilene firefighters were called to the scene of a fire behind a home in the 100 block of Green Meadows Circle.
Here's what is coming up this year at the 2014 West Texas Fair and Rodeo.
Early voting for the special election to fill the open District 28 Texas Senate seat continues Tuesday, September 2nd.
ABILENE, Texas – Most City of Abilene offices and community service centers will be closed Monday, Sept. 1 in observance of the Labor Day holiday with the exception of those providing life safety services such as fire and police protection.
An Abilene business owner is frustrated that she has become the latest victim in a recent Caller ID spoof.
KTAB reporter Victor Sotelo reports from the site near the Abilene Regional Airport where a plane crashed early Sunday evening.
Abilene police are looking for the right information regarding a burglary case and the anonymous tipper could get a cash reward this week.
Chili Superbowl keeps Buffalo Gap busy throughout the weekend.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) hosted their biggest fundraiser of the year on Saturday.
An Abilene man was sent to jail on Friday after he reportedly touched a girl under 13 years old inappropriately.
The City of Roby has issued a boil water notice Saturday morning due to a possible contamination in their water well.
How One Gun Range in the Big Country Keeps Children Safe
A third of autistic children are still having difficulty speaking at age 5, even after years of early intervention. Now researchers are discovering that smart devices can help those children learn to communicate.
The Texas Transportation Commission recently approved funding for the US 87 truck relief route near Big Spring, which will address congestion and improve mobility in the area. Previously identified by the Commission as a priority project for the Texas Department of Transportation, yesterday’s approval is expected to allow the agency to move forward with the second phase of the relief route project sooner than expected.
On August 29, 2014 from 6 pm-8 pm parents of middle school girls have the opportunity to visit the Alliance for Women and Children office located at 1350 N. 10th in order to learn more about the A-Teens program.
The increasing number of urgent care centers in Texas is proving problematic for hospitals, which say they are competing with the clinics for the same pool of insured Texans at a time when they are also getting less money to cover the cost of treating uninsured patients.
An Abilene woman helps a pumpkin patch get ready for its autumn sale, the proceeds of which go to a special cause close to her heart.
A tax decrease in Brownwood has some residents pleased with the school district.
Bangs Chief of Police Troy Grusendorf resigned Thursday afternoon after an investigation was opened into possible misconduct.
With more calls to crack down on sexual assaults in college communities, a group of students is using its skills to design a nail polish that can detect certain date rape drugs.