An area of town with an AISD school and a city park is next in line for sidewalks.
Jay Hardaway, the new Place 4 councilman, has taken an oath of office after an unopposed race.
An incident at an Abilene Sonic raised the question, "How far is too far?" when it comes to mimicking accents.
Syringes, needles, and partial meth labs have been found at Seabee Park. Lake Patrol officers are stepping up patrol to curb illegal activity.
A recent city ordinance will keep local firefighters from collecting money on popular streets. The MDA is expecting less money to be raised because of this change.
Robert Briley won nine of twelve polling locations, but none by a large enough margin to defeat incumbent Mayor Archibald.
A truck leaking hydraulic fluid called a multi-car pileup between Merkel and Trent.
There will be around an extra 6,000 people in town between the Western Heritage Classic and three university graduations this weekend.
Some Bangs ISD students have received messages soliciting them for sexual activity through Facebook.
Several local women will graduate from the Christian Women's Job Corp this Friday and now have the skills to be self sufficient.
City Council will vote on Thursday on whether or not to partner with TxDot on a project that includes sidewalks, ramps, and bike lanes down South 11th street.
Chief Standridge explains why Jones County officer, Stephanie Fenner, was not arrested until days after she allegedly assaulted an officer.
Officers Jeff McCoy and Rodney Holder are remembered for their service as part of the Day of Remembrance.
View woman donates $25,000 towards a new radio tower after the current tower was lost in the Camp Barkeley fire.
A Buffalo Gap family expresses thanks after being able to return to their home after wildfire evacuation.
The Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit will be in at the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum beginning on May 9th.
The 3rd annual Playing it Caddyshack Style golf tournament raised around $150,000 dollars for the Noah Project.
Brownwood High School students step up and build bunk beds for a local family going through the adoption process.
Spring is the busiest time of year for the Taylor County Juvenile Justice Center and there are certain crimes that are more prevalent this time of year.
Jack Reynolds and a group of four others plan to bike ride across the Americas during a two year, 18,000 mile journey.
A new addition to the Mitchell County medical facilities and a new power plant are on the way to the western Big Country.
A group of eight students and faculty are planning on riding bikes across the state. Their 925 mile journey will begin on May 10th.
Tsephanyah Yisrayl Hawkins was arrested after sending a series of threatening emails, one of them including a threat to kill a local district judge.
Native Air will be not be operating out of Abilene anymore, leaving Abilene with just one medical helicopter service.
A two alarm fire destroys a home in the 1500 block of Locust.
The Abilene Gun Club has been at their current location for 50 years, but the Fort Phantom Hill Lake Association says that their future development plans do not include the range.
Frontier Texas celebrates 10 years since their opening and says that the 2013 attendance is up 35% from the year before.
After fake parking tickets with racial slurs written on them were found on cars around campus, students, faculty, and staff are taking a stand for equality.
One local veteran was stationed at Fort Hood years ago and is saddened to hear of another incident at a place he used to call home.
Bullying policies are being implemented in local schools and experts say that more bullying awareness over the past years have helped prevent the issue.
One girl was sent to the hospital after she was allegedly assaulted by a classmate at Craig Middle School.
The last day of enrollment for the Affordable Care Act was Monday, but some people are filing for extensions.
Local law enforcement explains that technology can help solve crimes against children, but also opens the door for more crimes to take place.
Abilene City Council did not approve an ordinance that would have made sidewalks optional in new neighborhoods.
One local pool company says that they have seen an increase in sales, even during the current drought.
USDA is encouraging everyone to thank a farmer or rancher since so much of our livelihoods depend on their efforts.
Kissing bugs are common in Central America and Southwestern United States, however, experts say that warmer temperatures could bring them closer to the Big Country.
The 7th Medical Group is working to improve the communication between patients and their physicians to prevent medical errors.
Although the Cline Shale oil boom has not hit Abilene yet, local hotel managers say they are still benefiting.
Several taxpayers in the Big Country have fallen to tax identity theft this tax season.
Play Faire Park has been open for 67 years this season and is the oldest continually operating miniature golf course in the state.
City of Abilene's Spring Break Camp for kids is fun, and takes stress off parents.
City Council is considering dropping the requirement of home builders to put sidewalks in front of new developments.
Lake Patrol Officers say they see more crime around the lake when the levels are low.
The Rattlesnake Roundup is expected to attract around 50,000 people to Sweetwater and many businesses are looking forward to the busy weekend ahead.
Arrive Alive Tour in town to show college students the dangers of texting while driving.
Dwayne Tucker and Kyle Kendrick are both vying for the position of County Commissioner Precinct 2. Since there is no Democratic challenger, the winner will be determined in the primary.
Whole community comes together in efforts to fight grass fire.
The movie "Son of God" attracted two sold out shows full of people to an Abilene theater.
Claire Mehaffey, Mary Ann Fergus, and Paul Rotenberry are all vying for the position of Family Court Judge.