Morton Valley Water Supply members are asked to conserve water, due to a water leak on a main line on Highway 112.
Officers with the Big Spring Police Department responded to the 1000 block of Stadium Avenue Thursday evening in reference to a report of shots fired.
Tonight's featured person for the Abilene Crimestoppers Wheel of Misfortune is Terrence Rockett
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.
The trial for a Big Country man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl, stabbing her, and abandoning her near lake Cisco last year has been postponed.
An Abilene man led police on a short chase Friday around 2:00 p.m. in the afternoon.
The school district will be giving Blincoe $300,000 dollars as part of his resignation agreement.
A 60-year-old Sweetwater man was sentenced to three lifetime sentences for the sexual abuse of three girls.
An arrest has been made in connection with a Callahan County murder case, when a woman was shot inside a home.
For one Cooper High School junior, her dream of making "The Voice" starts this weekend in Los Angeles.
Meek Blood Center joined an elite group of blood centers to have three individuals reaching 100 gallon blood donations.
With Super Bowl party plans nearing the goal line, the Texas Department of Transportation reminds football fans to drive sober or not at all.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Wednesday on IH-40, yielding over five pounds of cocaine valued at over $316,000 along with four pounds of heroin valued at over $514,000.
After being released from prison, one local man has made it his mission to help others make the best of their second chances.
It was one year ago today that a Dyess mom was on trial for injury to a child charges.
KRBC correspondent John Kucko talks about the rainy days leading up to the big game and some final thoughts from players and coaches
A man with a big heart takes on a big project for the community.
Residents voice their opinion about pumping lake water to Abilene from Possum Kingdom.
NFL Correspondent John Kucko came to us LIVE from Arizona where he reported on the prestigious prizes the winning team will receive, and he gives some history behind the coveted championship ring.
City Council took another tour to do research on which projects will be on the next bond election ballot.
Thirteen dogs and twenty rabbits were poisoned at an animal sanctuary in Eula. The owner/founder believes the mass killing was no accident, and that her neighbors may be to blame.
The Superintendent of Brownwood ISD announces his resignation at Thursday's school board meeting.
There is growing concern about the measles outbreak. However, some parents are standing their ground.
Abilene City Council members met for the second bond bus tour this afternoon. Some of the stops included the Abilene Fire Training Facility, the Abilene Zoo and the Abilene Civic Center....
Michael Trook's employment record with Lubbock ISD is released through the Freedom of Information Act.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report Thursday afternoon concerning the deadly crash of a prison bus on January 14 along Interstate 20 near Penwell.
Juveniles in Texas who break the law are less likely to reoffend if they’re placed in community supervision programs instead of state facilities, according to a report released Thursday by criminal justice researchers.
Freshman state Rep. Molly White, R-Belton, is not in Austin today to celebrate Texas Muslim Capitol Day.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Tuesday on US-287, yielding over 300,000 grams of synthetic marijuana also known as K2, valued at over $3.7 million.
The Abilene Zoo is looking for animal lovers to volunteer in many capacities.
Construction and maintenance projects continue in the Abilene area.
A barbecue pit started a house fire in Baird.
If you live close to Dyess Air Force Base, you might hear a few explosions today.
The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) is accepting applications from eligible organizations to participate in summer nutrition programs.
A new and recently released survey by Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation showed overwhelming voter support of a strong, well-funded system of state parks.
Severe weather season is fast approaching so it is time to dust off the Skywarn material and get ready for spotter training, including one session in Brownwood.
The venue hosting the cross country showdown is one of a kind, a state of the art stadium with some very unique qualities
KRBC's Superbowl Correspondent John Kucko is down in Glendale, Arizona where he has the latest updates on pre-game preparations for Superbowl Sunday.
A variety of factors, mostly weather, made some farmers in the Big Country worried about how this year's cotton crop would turn out.
They lived through the Great Depression, women's rights movements, and World War II... America's greatest generation is slowly dwindling away, so a Big Country museum is make sure their voices will be forever heard.
How effective are devices when it comes to defending yourself against an attacker? We'll take a look.
Today the Abilene Police Department, Fire Department, and Metrocare held their first active shoot training drill.
Officials are in the works of developing a news state park near the city of Strawn between Abilene and the Metroplex.
John Kucko gives us a look at what to expect for the Big Game this weekend.
Dyess Air Force Base is hosting an open house on Feb. 3, 2015, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Tye Community Center to present Dyess’ Air Installation Compatible Use Zone Study.
Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 28, the Industrial Blvd. exit from Loop 322 north/east bound will be closed due to ongoing construction in the area.