Invisalign can do more than just straighten crooked teeth, Abilene Dental explains.
This Saturday New Hope Church will host their annual indoor Easter Egg Hunt plus many more activities.
Hendrick Medical Center is changing the game of treatment for breast cancer. A new type of targeted radiation therapy called, Brachytherapy can help women with early stages of breast cancer.
The Mill Winery is celebrating their one year anniversary in April with a week of events.
The Grace Museum is hosting a Young Masters Juried Art Exhibition where they honor students and teachers.
The Abilene State Park wants to help you enjoy the nice spring weather with their 5k run.
Jerrod Medulla has been performing at The Outlaws and Legends Music Fest since the very beginning five years ago.
The Noah Project host a Golf Tournament every year, but before they tee off they host a pre-golf celebration.
The Puckett family is performing together for the first time this Saturday benefiting the Abilene Philharmonic.
FundSpell is a spelling bee hosted by The Adult Literacy Council for over 20 years.
West Central Texas Municipal Water District has moved to Stage 3 water restrictions.
A third suspect is wanted in connection to last Thursday's homicide investigation in Colorado City.
Due to loss of pressure from a line break, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required the City of Cisco to notify customers north of College Hill of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.
After 18 hours of debate that veered from polite disagreements to an angry outburst, the Texas House tentatively passed a $210 billion two-year budget early Wednesday morning with a 141 to 5 vote.
House Bill 80 would make it a misdemeanor statewide to use a portable wireless device for reading, writing or sending a text while driving — a violation punishable by a fine of up to $99 on the first offense and $200 for additional infractions.