Dr. Kent Brantly, a former ACU student, and now doctor has contracted what some say is the most deadly virus in the world. His former professors spoke about their former student's resilience and compassion for others.
Bull riding is bringing hundreds of young professional riders to Abilene for a Youth Bull Riding Competition. Participants from all over the country competed in several events to get to the finals.
Recent crime at The Grove apartments in Northeast Abilene has prompted the complex to increase it's security. After a stabbing that left a 19-year-old dead, management enforced new policies.
The driver of the 18-wheeler was transported to the hospital due to a head injury. According to Trooper on scene, the driver climbed his way down the truck.
The City of Abilene Looked Closely into Crosswalk Situation
Abilene police have identified the man killed Monday night after being struck by a car.
Friends are still in shock and disbelief as to why 19-year-old Kaleb Cory 's young life was taken too soon.
The group is believed to have brought one firearm with them, and to have taken one from the victim’s vehicle according to Taylor County Sheriff's Office.
Chief Stan Standridge says that the altercation at The Grove Apartments that left one young man dead and others injured began as a large party that was communicated about on social media.
Neighbors wonder where congregation went
Ambler Avenue commuters will soon have a smoother ride.
Abilene police have arrested a second teenager in connection with the series of windows shot out by BB/air guns this week.
A former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene was arrested Saturday, July 26 on a tampering with physical evidence charge in connection to a child death case.
A 19-year-old male has died from his injuries after being stabbed during an incident at a north Abilene complex early Sunday morning.
Former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene Martha "Bit" Whitaker was arrested Saturday in connection to the Tiffany Klapheke child neglect case.
An Abilene man led police in chase at a north Abilene neighborhood while driving with only two tires.
United Supermarkets will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, July 28th at 8:30 AM for their future location in Brownwood at 300 W. Commerce.
Abilene Regional Medical Center joined the ranks of U.S. health care facilities that have taken measures to reduce their energy consumption, ultimately lowering health care costs without sacrificing the quality of patient care.
Temperatures are on the cool down!
Abilene police arrested a man Saturday afternoon after he pointed a gun on an officer during a foot chase.
Police arrest Stephen Williams, the man responsible for hitting four vehicles, two light poles, and sending one person to the hospital Friday night.
Six people were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle wreck Saturday afternoon.
When the counterfeit were first thrown into circulation, they were mostly affecting local retailers. Now that the fake bills have been in circulation for a few weeks they are beginning to affect people who are looking to make a quick buck in their yard. Now they are forced to eat the lost and it's not sitting well with some.
Abilene Fire Department shares tips for fire prevention.
In Abilene; school recourse officers have a vital role in the children's lives in school. Not only do they have their own office in the school, but they are there everyday with them. Not only protecting them, but mentoring them.
The Abilene Citizens for Fair Government have started a petition to amend term limits for city council members and the Mayor.
City Council voted only to ban the sale and use of E-Cigarettes to minors, but not to regulate the use of them in public.
School is out for the summer and new construction is in session!
You can find along Treadaway Blvd, tapping his feet, bobbing his head and cheerfully singing along to his guitar.
A trooper on scene confirms one person is dead following a major head-on collision on Hwy 277 near View.
Recent numbers indicate drivers involved in accidents are not wearing seat belts.
Some residents in Sweetwater say a pitbull has been terrorizing the streets.
A former client of Meals on Wheels donated a fourth of her estate to the organization.
Volunteers say they saw children and mothers who have traveled for weeks through the desert with nothing but the clothes on their back.
Tuesday, more fake money was found at another Abilene business.
Garner was recovering in Abilene four years ago after a stroke, and was said to be a frequent customer at Casa Herrera.
Detention officers deal with medical, emotional and personal issues of the kids at their facility. It's a job that takes a certain type of person, with a passion for youth.
With the oil boom that has the Permian Basin busting at the edges with people, the Big Country is also getting in on the boom. It may not be from actual drilling, but from employees traveling to the Permian Basin, students getting taught in engineering in Abilene universities, and supplies being made here and shipped there. All of this is not only benefiting the Basin but our region as well.
Eating yogurt with probiotics may help people with hypertension to lower their blood pressure.
More restaurant chains in Abilene are continuing to see counterfeit money.
Clear skies for the whole week ahead.
An Abilene native is working on a goal that only a few people across the world have accomplished.
The Melvin Martin Center for Children's Safety, also known as Safety City, will be hosting its annual Summer Safety Camp this week.
Participants of the the 30th annual State 4-H Horse Show are preparing for the events at the Taylor County Expo Center this week.
The Dyess We Care Team held its 14th annual car wash to help raise money to buy new ladders.
Today single mothers, dealing with car damage from the storm, were able to receive much needed help.
Hundreds filled the Abilene Civic Center on Saturday for the return of Craftapalooza & Fabulous Vintage Market.
The roof of a correctional facility in East Texas collapsed early Saturday afternoon, according to the facility's warden.
The past three weeks the small town of Brekenridge has seen four fires set around the town. Two of them set within 12 hours apart from one another. This is leaving the fire chief ready to have the suspect or suspects in custody before someone gets hurt.
They thought the calls would stop by now, but they haven't.