Bellator Fighting Championship is the 2nd promotion outside of the UFC. One local pro-fighter will have the chance to be part of it all.
Professor Dr. Fink form HSU took us back in the history of what happened in 1836 when the declaration of independence was signed.
The Grace Museum is hosting a watercolor paint class with artist Tamberley Thomas. You don't have to be an expert painter. The class is open to all skills levels.
Shriner's Hospital for Children is partnering up with IHOP for National Pancake Day Tuesday. Every $0.90 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to patient care and research.
If you have not had a chance to check out Dittos For Kiddos it is available until Saturday.
Vagabond Pizza is known for their delicious pizza, but they also make their own pasta and they have some tips on how you can make your own.
The Abilene Taylor County Public Health District opened a new health care that has more space to see more people.
The Neon Parrot Lounge is a music venue in Downtown Abilene that has live music every Thursday night. This week, the lounge is featuring the Tripp Mathis Band.
It may not feel like it with this cold weather, but Spring Break is right around the corner. Make sure your kids enjoy the week off from school with the help of KidsHub.
Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is usually a show you can catch in Las Vegas but this weekend you will be able to catch the show live here in Abilene.
Homes are being evacuated near Snyder after a power outage at a gas processing plant complex led the company to start flaring gas.
Last week Texas Rangers executed a search warrant in Merkel, connected to a murder investigation in Jasper County.
One man is dead after a motorcycle crash Sunday evening, near Cisco.
State Rep. Susan Lewis King files bills to reform entitlement program and better utilize our state supported living centers. Also, Texas House of Representatives will commit an estimated $800 million to fully fund TRS-Care, a health insurance program for retired teachers.
National Consumer Protection Week, runs March 1-7, and Texans are encouraged to protect themselves from scammers by learning more about the tactics and tricks that scammers use to defraud people from their hard-earned dollars.