The Destination Imagination Wylie team is hosting a Bone Marrow Drive, and the initial process to become a donor is easier than you may think...the Wylie team is partnering with delete blood cancer and Dyess Air Force base to raise awareness.
Getting your kids to pick up a book and read it might be more difficult nowadays. Abilene Public Library Main Branch has different activities to motive your kids.
Oldham Lane Church Of Christ wants to make sure the youth are aware of what is right and wrong with their different classes.
It is that time of the year again for The Joseph Thomas Foundation triathlon. They are still taking kids make sure to register.
Most of us have heard the saying walk a mile in my shoes, but that takes on a whole new meaning when your rubber is worn or your feet are bare. A global non-profit is teaming up with a local call center to provide fresh kicks to those struggling to buy their own.
The Joseph Thomas Foundation is getting ready for their annual triathlon that helps medically fragile children.
Building a family has its multiple steps and yes its always important to establish a good relationship with your kids. But it is also important to build a successful co-parenting relationship. Dr. Tracey Brown has some tips for you.
Sometimes we have a lot of left over stuff in her house from other projects. Don't throw them away create something unique for your home.
If you love birds and want to learn more about the birds of Texas. The Abilene Zoo is hosting an event about Birds In Texas at no extra cost.
If you ever wanted to write your own book but did not know how to get started. Linnie Branton visited us in the studio and she has some tips on how to get started.
While the desert is seeing rainfall leading up to the big game, there's no question the NFL was under some heat of its own during football season.
One Cooper High student is being recognized by employees at Hendrick Home for being outstanding inside and outside of school.
Energy drinks have become a mainstay of the soda world. But some experts say they're not for kids.
Thanks to a determined teenage girl's campaign, Abilene ISD has installed modified doors, ramps, and seating to accommodate students with limited mobility. A recent upgrade is allowing them to finally be in the spotlight.
The 5/6 Council is working to make an impact on the community by showcasing hidden talent.