Abilene Public Library: South Branch's New Programs for the new year.
During the holiday season it is difficult to have a sick child in the hospital. But the P.E.T.S program can brighten your holidays, by bringing in a furry friend.
If you're looking to add a furry addition to your family, then head over to The Humane Society to adopt one of the many cats that are hoping for a home this holiday season.
Blended Family Mom: Holiday Traditions wants to remind people that the best present this holiday season is family.
St. Paul United Methodist Holding Three Christmas Eve Services one at 5, 7, and 11.
Day 8 of 12 Days Of Local Shopping; Farm And Ranch Western Wear offers a vast variety of cowboy bots, hats, and western wear for anyone on your list.
If you want to add more Christmas decorations to your house but don't want to break the bank, then don't worry because Joe from The Home Depot had some great tips. Also The Geeky Mom has do it yourself toys for small children.
This coming week is the last official weekend to get all of your holiday shopping done, and if you waited to the last minute don't worry. Head over to The Mall Of Abilene this weekend for their Holiday Open House.
In the spirit of giving the Dyess We Care Team and Friends For Life organization are teaming up for their own gift drive. While providing a great Christmas for children is important they are asking the Big Country to help people with intellectual and physical disabilities for Christmas.
Treat yourself this holiday season to a new hairstyle. Avanti Hair Salon and Spa has all the trending hairstyles for the season.
Police are investigating a shooting near the intersection of south 8th St and Jefferson in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Here are some of 2014's Top stories around the Big Country.
Even though it didn't quite happen on Christmas Day. Jack Frost visited parts of the Big Country overnight Friday and into this morning and left a tin blanket of snow.
It's been 9 years since the Cross Plains fire, the city has made many improvements since.
Saturday marks four years since 13-year old Hailey Dunn, from Colorado City, went missing. Her disappearance made nation wide headlines and starting a search that lasted more than two years.