The San Angelo band Whiskey Skyline is performing for the first time ever in Abilene.
Students from Hardin Simmons University are biking across Texas to gain leadership skills.
The Regional Victim Crisis Center is looking for more volunteers in the area.
The Humane Society has lot of pets looking for loving homes.
Try a brand new sport in Abilene that can have you fit and active for the summer.
The West Texas Rehab Center wants to protect your hearing and talk about new advancements in hearing aids.
David Letterman said farewell to viewers Wednesday after a 33 year career, in a star-studded "Late Show" finale packed with laughs and memories. But he kept his emotions pretty much in check.
Big Country Realty wants to make the home buying process simple and easy.
A new theater company is preparing for their first play opening up this summer.
Rebound Physical Therapy wants to help you battle your pain.
Brandi Galli, an Abilene woman, found an abandoned dog, Blaze on the side of the road on her way to Odessa and couldn't help but to save him.
The National WASP WWII Museum hosted it's 2015 WASP Homecoming for the first women to fly American military aircrafts. Nineteen of the women were able to come together more than seventy years later.
The Texas Department of Transportation urges drivers to “turn around, don’t drown” as flooding continues to be a serious concern in the state with more storms in the forecast for the Memorial Day weekend.
The United Family® of stores in West Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth and New Mexico [Wednesday] announced an in-store promotion offering guests the opportunity to raise funds to increase diabetes awareness and ultimately end the disease.
According to our sister station, Texomahomepage.com as of Saturday, May 23, 2015 the Wichita River in Wichita Falls is forecast to reach a record breaking crest of 25.5 feet on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.