KTAB 4u is back on the road for Albany's 75th Annual Fort Griffin Fandangle. This popular event attracts people from across the world, all to attend what is "Texas' Oldest Outdoor Show".
When it comes to keeping a healthy smile for your kids, Dr. Norm Poorman of Children's Dentistry of Abilene does just that.
The White Buffalo art gallery recently opened off South 7th St. as home to contemporary Christian art.
This week we're shining the spotlight on a local photographer, who is donating her time and talents to raise money in support of the Abilene Animal Shelter.
This Friday, we're shining the Spotlight on Brandi Fought, an Eastland Mother and Wife reaching out to help special needs families.
We're shining the light on a Big Country woman who has truly gone above and beyond to help her friends and her surrounding community.
This Friday, we're recognizing a Big Country woman who goes above and beyond in the classroom.
This week we're shining the spotlight on Colleen Rud, program director for Hope Haven.
This week we're highlighting Kris Boylan from Abilene.
This week we're recognizing Karley Simmons, she's a sophomore at Eastland High School.
We toured The Arrangement earlier to sample popular valentines flowers this year, but flowers weren't the only thing we found.
Today we're highlighting a woman, who has endured her fair share of heartache, but meets them all with a strength worthy of admiration.
Every Friday we turn the spotlight back on you, to recognize Big Country residents who go above and beyond at home or in their communities. This week we're turning the spotlight on Annie Miles.
This week we're recognizing Hailey Hohertz, a hard working single mother, who raises her son while working as a case manager for a non-profit foster agency that serves the entire Big Country.
We always hear about what happens when routine traffic stops turn ugly.. but what happens when they take a turn for the better?
This week we're recognizing a man who has gone above and beyond to make his community a better place.
We highlight a Big Country woman who is making tremendous strides in the fight against breast cancer.
This week we're highlight a very special Haskell woman who's heart of gold and desire to serve has made her stand out among the rest.
Since this month is all about cancer awareness we turned the spotlight on a very special little boy.
We turn the spotlight on Terri Spalding for being an outstanding person in the Big Country.
Today we're highlighting more than just one person, we're recognizing an entire family.
Each week, we'll be turning the spotlight on our viewers...
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.