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.
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.
Turning the Big 1-6 is a big deal for most kids and it usually means a big party. One local teen is turning her Sweet 16 into a fundraiser to help a good cause.
Spring Break is around the corner and The Taylor Alliance for Prevention and D.R.I.V.E. Safe Coalition want to remind everyone to not get behind the wheal if you have been drinking.
The Grace Museum is dedicating the whole second floor to the youth for a whole month starting this Thursday. With around 800 art pieces from students from the Abilene School District, Wylie and Region 14.
Being able to communicate well with your co-parent is an imports part of co-parenting. Dr. Tracey Brown visited us and had some tips.
Dress up your little one in Mardi Gras attire but you don't have to go out and buy it you can do it yourself with the help of My Moms Geeky.
Solid rocks camp and retreat uses outdoor activities and sports to be able to reach children and families who are not engaged.
If your kids loves animals the Abilene Public Library Mockingbird Branch is having a gun activity to learn more about winter animals.
Day Nursery Of Abilene is getting ready to host the 22nd annual Mexican Dinner Fundraiser.
A man was thrown from his motorcycle after being hit by a car.
Three people have been taken into custody after a high speed chase through Taylor and Jones counties Tuesday, all while four children were inside the car.
A cell phone tracking application helped lead to the arrest of an Abilene man accused stealing a purse from a vehicle.
A Justice Department civil rights investigation has concluded that the Ferguson Police Department and the city's municipal court engaged in a "pattern and practice" of discrimination against African-Americans.
Cutting taxes is a lot more satisfying than catching up on deferred maintenance and pension liabilities, which is why the state Senate is working on property tax reductions this week.