A new study shows using marijuana may increase heart complications in young and middle-aged adults
Are you looking for a great summer job? The City of Abilene Recreation Division is seeking Certified Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards, and a Pool Manager to work this summer.
Firefighters are continuing to watch a wooden structure used for loading and unloading grain in Tuscola to make certain what began as a large fire does not reignite.
The Abilene Police Department has released details on the theft investigation that lead to a standoff and an arrest Tuesday night
The Baird City Marshal's Office has released a few new details in the homicide case that has been under investigation since Sunday, April 20, including the preliminary autopsy results of the victim. Update:
A head-on collision north of Brady resulted in three deaths and left five others injured late Tuesday afternoon.
With the slight risk of severe weather affecting the area, there is a possibility of hail, and while Hail could seem like a minor concern, it can cause injury as well as damage to vehicles and homes in the form of shattered windows and damaged or destroyed roof coverings.
CMS Healthcare’s Relay for Life team will host a fundraising barbeque dinner and dance on Friday, April 25th beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the 3M Clubhouse on Hwy 377S.
The Community Foundation of Abilene released that they are awarding over $531,000 in grants at their annual Grant Reception.
Some people in Albany are complaining about the amount of traffic stops in the area and feel the Shackelford County Sheriff's Office is being over zealous when it comes to using their drug dog.
Since 1970 Earth day has been celebrated in many ways we take a look at how Hardin-Simmons Students do their part.
Every summer it's important to teach children warm weather safety.
In recognition of National Infant Immunization Week the Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District is hosting the 2014 Immunization Celebration Health Fair on Saturday, April 26 at the Sears Park Recreation Center, 2250 Ambler Avenue.
The identity of the driver involved in Monday afternoon’s high speed chase has been identified.
A driver had to be extricated from a vehicle after it collided head-on with a trash truck Tuesday morning.
Keep Brownwood Beautiful and the City of Brownwood are getting set for their upcoming county-wide cleanup event scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd.
On Monday night, the Eastland Board of City Commissioners met to discuss their monthly agenda that included speaking with an attorney about a former police officer.
A new study published in the journal "Pediatrics" finds some emergency room doctors are still prescribing codeine, even though guidelines warn it can be dangerous in children.
The board met today to discuss the fire at shady oaks shopping center.
Representative Susan L. King is hosting three legislative forums for residents of District 71 on Tuesday, April 22.
Members of the Eastland community are planning to hold a fundraiser to support the victims whose businesses burned down from a fire Tuesday afternoon.
The burn ban has been lifted in Callahan County.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that helps investigators resolve a recent arson case.
An Abilene woman says she's grateful everyday that she finished the Boston marathon an hour before the bombs exploded near the finish line last year.
The Eastland Economic Development Inc., Board will bring in the Small Business Development Center and the Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas from Abilene Monday, April 21st. They will talk to business employees and employers about low interest loans to help them get started again.