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Halloween costumes are expensive especially when you have small children that grow out them every year. One mom has a solution she is known as the geeky mom making costumes from comic book ideas, and popular movies.
The Salvation Army is always giving back to those who need help, and with the holidays season upon us becoming the difference in a child's life could mean the world to them. Angel Tree offers that opportunity.
For any parent losing a child would be the hardest thing, and for John Thomas the lost of his son in 2007 was devastating. In memory of his son John started The Joseph Thomas foundation to help children that go through similar medical situations.
Most people know of the restaurant Perini's Ranch, and it's good cooking. But soon they will be known for their new children's book about their beloved basset hound Gus.
Spending all the money on a costume it's always great to have another reason to wear it. The day before Halloween, halftime sports is hosting their first event Trunk or Treats.
With Halloween on Friday everyone's sweet tooth will be getting a full dose of sugar. Abilene Dental has alternative Halloween snacks to keep those teeth happy.
The first Broadway show put on by Broadway actors is coming to Abilene, but only for tonight. The musical Jekyll and Hyde is performing at the civic center tonight.
Hollywood has given cowboys and the wild west a different portrayal than what actually cowboys look like and do. And to help with this misconception. The Grace Museum has an exhibit up called hired for Cow Work: Not Hollywood Cowboy.
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that affects around five million Americans, and the causes of it is unknown. But for people who are suffering they don't have to do it alone.
Being appreciated for your hard work is always a good feeling. The Hunters Appreciation Dinner will have an auction and a dinner.
Due to recent economic growth sparked by the oil boom, a Brownwood business is finding itself without an adequate supply of job seekers to fulfill their growing needs.
The Agriculture Department at Abilene Christian University is moving more toward Animal Sciences and Biology, thus doing away with the ranch management aspect of the agricultural program. Faculty members and students worried about the future of their department.
Big Country residents love a good scare, especially if their blood-curdling screams of fright are benefiting the community.