If you are a beer lover you may want to head out to Frontier Texas Saturday to taste and learn, all while supporting a good cause.
The upcoming veterans' job fair is asking employers to register for participation. A decision has been made that employers will no longer have to pay a fee in order to take part.
The Brown County Commissioners Court is scheduled to vote on the tax rate that will result in a tax increase at a public meeting to be held on September 28.
Officers respond to some suspicious activity around the Martin Luther King Memorial Bridge Thursday night.
As we head into our last full day of Summer 2012, we are looking at another nice one with temperatures in the low 90s under mostly sunny skies.
It's been one year since an Abilene baby was shaken and injured by his babysitter. Austin Westbrook was 3-months-old when his babysitter shook him violently causing serious brain damage. Austin's mother, Jennifer says Austin is making improvements but there is still a long road ahead.
A growing tradition at Hardin-Simmons University had students wearing their school pride on their sleeves . . . and hands.
Efe Omo Idehen was arrested in January of this year when he told police
he knew the water was hot when he put the baby in the tub.
Not a great day for the driver of a cement truck who lost control his
vehicle, totaling the truck and losing all of the cement inside.
Brown County emergency responders were called to a one-vehicle
rollover accident approximately 4 miles north of Zephyr late Thursday
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today approved by resolution
the amount of $12,000,000 in loans to the City of Brownwood.
The Abilene Police Department has released a statement regarding their
investigation into an alleged hazing incident occurring at Wylie High School involving the Varsity Football team.
American Airlines and American Eagle say they will cancel 300 flights
this week to cope with a high number of pilots reporting sick and an
increase in maintenance reports filed by crews.
Snyder police are continuing
to investigate a string of car burglaries
that occurred between
Friday and Monday in two different
parts of the city.
Students at Hardin-Simmons University will honor the life of Jessica
Rogers during a candlelight service on Thursday, September 20, at the
university's Shelton Stadium.
The Abilene Education Foundation will award 52 grants to 66 AISD
secondary and elementary teachers as a part of the Surprise Prize Parade.
The Grace Museum will be hosting three events showcasing Texas artists.
Thursday, September 20 and Friday, September 21 at 1:00 p.m. directly
across the street from the old Weather Bureau Building on North 1st,
four new sculptures will be installed.
The 54th Jones Country Fair is coming to Anson.
Community investment review teams will hear presentations about 26
community programs as part of United Way of Abilene's investment
APD is seeking information from the public regarding a hit-and-run that occurred Wednesday morning.
A Shackelford County grand jury, convening on Sept. 13, issued eight
indictments, but declined to indict a local man nearly three months
after the death of Albany resident, Anthony Gargus.
More Texas cities are banning the use of cell phones while driving. Tuesday morning, an Amarillo City Commission voted 4-1 to restrict the use of hand held devices for drivers. Mayor of Abilene Norm Archibald says while the idea hasn't been brought up in Abilene just yet, he'd like to see drivers all make a collective effort to stay safe.
Twenty four hours after a fire destroyed their family business, Damon Albus and his family dig through the remains of 5D Hats to start rebuilding.
She might be the youngest crime fighter in Miami, Florida but 7-year-old A-nari Taylor acted much like an adult when she literally fought off a man at least twice her size.
The new home for Big Brothers Big Sisters Abilene is now open for business.
This weekend marks Abilene's 32nd Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in downtown Abilene.
Snyder still needs volunteers for the White Buffalo Bike Fest.
The Hardin-Simmons University School of Music and Fine Arts will present
"An Evening of Brahms" this Saturday, September 22, in the
Woodward-Dellis Recital Hall on the HSU campus.
HSU to Present Musical Event "An Evening of Brahms" Saturday
The former postmaster and church elder in Cisco this morning pleaded
guilty to three charges involving sexual contact with children.
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs released sales tax allocation numbers for September which showed positive numbers for both Brownwood and Early.
Abilene Auction hosted the 53rd annual Round-Up for Rehab sale on
Tuesday, September 18, and the annual event brought in thousands to
benefit the West Texas Rehabilitation center, as well as other services that benefit the Abilene community.
Wednesday, September 19 marks the final day of ACU's 106th Summit.
Planning for Brown County's National Night Out is underway, and organizers for the event will distribute block party packets this week.
A woman calls police telling them she is being held against her will by a man with an ax.
We've now gotten ourselves into a much more dry and tranquil weather pattern.
A two-alarm fire Tuesday morning destroyed two businesses and a church. 5D Hats owner Damon Albus describes what it was like to watch his second home burn, and his plans to continue his business.
There will be a 5k Walk / Run to benefit Connecting Caring Communities on October 6.
Several Big Country law enforcement entities are still searching for a shooting suspect.
Anson residents have a chance to get a home make-over.
The West Texas Book Festival Began Tuesday, September 18, and kicked off at noon with the Library Lunch Program.
There was a brief moment of heavy rainfall in the area Tuesday morning when a cold front passed through the region.
Secretary of the Air Force, Michael Donley, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy issued the following message to the Airmen of the United States Air Force in honor the the Air Force's 65th birthday:
Texas State Technical College West Texas has been named to the coveted
Military Friendly Schools list for the third straight year.
Plenty of rain has fallen over the Big Country over the past few weeks, and those rains have gone quite a way in calming the threat of grass fires, which are always so prevalent in Texas over the hot summer months.
The Snyder Lions Club is
sponsoring a carnival, set to
open Wednesday at Towle Park.
In the last several days, multiple universities, including the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas at Brownsville, have received bomb threats. The different responses highlight the individual nature of each case and raise questions of how best to go about warning a campus.
McMurry is offering musicians of all ages an chance to make music with some of the best in Abilene.
After a crash is reported at an apartment complex, officers are forced to chase down two subjects on foot, and another who rammed his car into the complex fence.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has announced the launch
of a new public awareness campaign created to inform parents and
caregivers of the critical need to properly restrain their children when
riding in a vehicle.