Several families in Abilene have opted for a non traditional way of learning.
Base Personnel Hopes to Grow Abilene's Local Economy
Identity Theft Still A Big Problem
Two third grade teachers express their excitement over the first day of school at Abilene Christian Schools.
Coaches and Players Proud of Upgrade
Ely's Pit Stop BBQ owners hope to one day sell beer in their restaurant.
Parks and Recreation Department Approves New "Parks Master Plan".
Efforts to help drivers save money and reduce emissions
Customers happy about the new change
The City of Abilene Looked Closely into Crosswalk Situation
Neighbors wonder where congregation went
Abilene Fire Department shares tips for fire prevention.
They thought the calls would stop by now, but they haven't.
Grocers and Customers around town tell us what they look for in retailers.
The retailer submitted a proposal for a new store at Loop 322 and Oldham Lane.
Eric Garcia says he did it for his kids.
The 5th Annual Rodney Holder Blood Drive brought out many of Abilene's Police and First Responders.
Enjoying your holiday safely
Several out of town roofers have made their way to town, but are they credible?
How local car wash employees are dealing with the heat.
"We wanna build it for them," says Gonzalo "Speedy" San Miguel of the Sweetwater Kiwanis Club. "Not for us, for them, what's good for them."
Hardware Stores around the Big Country say these items are sold daily.
Caffey's Auto Glass and Abilene Glass & Mirror say phones have been ringing non-stop.
Quick thinking and calm demeanor helped during Thursday's lockdown at Jane Long Elementary School.
Several canteens from around the region came for seminar
Late Wednesday night, police were called to the 900 block of Avenue K in Anson. Anson Police Chief David Moore says that what they found in the apartment has never been seen in this small, and relatively quiet town.
The holiday that kicks off the summer season is almost here and The Abilene State Park is getting ready.
Beginning next school year, all middle school students will be required to wear an adopted dress code.
Kimberly Bien died as a result of her injuries.
For the first time in Abilene, the Fill the Boot Campaign will accept credit and debit cards
KRBC's Juanita Adame went to Sweetwater to find out what city leaders there are doing to keep water flowing.
Neighbors are thankful for Mr. Boone
Baack's Florists say they will work until the last minute.
Key factors causing an increase in sales
Jimmy DeFoor speaks fondly of his brother, Victor, who lost his life fighting in Vietnam.
Would you know what to do in this situation?
TxDot kicks off a campaign that raises awareness about motorcycle riders.
"He was a great person, he'd always help everyone." Ami Foreman, (Daniel Tristan's girlfriend)
Brandon Talley is a volunteer firefighter with the Hamby Fire Dept, and does not get paid, but says he loves to fight fire.
Craig Middle School crossing guards talk about their experiences.
"We are continuing our investigation, and if someone is behind this, they will face some serious charges." Fire Chief, Grant Madden.
The city will soon be receiving over 10 million dollars to fund alternative water supplies.
Family gathers at Elmwood Memorial for balloon release.
Students at McMurry University live in tents
Lon Davis and his family lost their home on West Lake Road last week.
How to teach your kids the importance of calling for help when in a crisis.
In a statement released today, the President of Hardin-Simmons University calls acts, "shameful."
Ticks can be especially dangerous for our pets, how we can protect them in the months to come.
Income Tax brings investments
Local woman pleads, "he's not just a dog, he's like family."