A couple of key "process" decisions -- adopting an official
prediction of how much the economy and population will grow, and
deciding how big a patch to put on the current state budget -- could
limit state spending for the next two years.
Another fall-like day Friday with a cool start and temperatures only getting into the upper 70s under sunny skies.
Nearly two years after her daughter went missing, Billie Dunn appears to be as hopeful as ever that Hailey Dunn will be found.
Sunny and mild Friday followed by a warm weekend....
It really is a competitive market out there right now, which is exactly why ACU graduate, Lovey Chin, felt it necessary to come back to her roots to motivate and inform current journalism students about ways to stand out from the stacks of other applicants.
New leads in the investigation into missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn.
Abilene is getting a taste of the Middle East Thursday evening.
An East Texas judge has allowed the Kountze cheerleaders to continue carrying banners bearing Bible verses on the football field until a trial over the issue set to begin on June 24.
Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Lee (of the 2nd United States Cavalry) will
be visiting Buffalo Gap from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on October 27 with tales
of the Texas frontier and his time patrolling this region on behalf of
the United States in the late 1850s.
Despite no new precipitation, Lake J.B. Thomas and E.V. Spence Reservoir continue to collect inflow.
Several Abilene ISD campuses will host fall festivals and other activities in the upcoming weeks.
With a tight presidential race going down to the wire, Gov. Rick Perry will campaign this weekend for formal rival Mitt Romney in Colorado and Nevada, where Perry will appear at a series of rallies.
Three mean have been arrested in Brownwood after the overnight robbery at a convenience store.
It will be cooler Thursday morning with high temperatures barely getting into the upper 70s for Thursday afternoon under sunny skies.
Gas prices are hurting your wallet in more way than one. Abilene businesses are feeling the affect, especially those in the restaurant industry because shipping food is also costing more and owners have no choice but to pass the cost onto you.
One local school is making history as Snyder's first private school. We visited with the school board this summer when the school was only a vision. Now, class is in full session.
Regular wellness checkups aren't just helping some Texas kids stay healthy, they are also helping them excel at reading.
With the holiday season getting closer, the Salvation Army is already looking for volunteers.
The West Texas Rehab Center officially opened it's brand new pediatric
playground Wednesday, a project that has been years in the making.
Abilene police have been warning citizens to lock their cars, and for good reason.
An Abilene caregiver has been arrested and accused of beating the man she was supposed to be looking out for.
The man arrested after a north Abilene stabbing incident now faces several felony charges.
The State of Texas has officially joined the high-profile legal battle over religious expression at a Beaumont-area public school.
The idea of using rail as an option to address highway congestion moves one step closer to reality this month.
As officers attempt to arrest a man after a stabbing, the suspect aggressively attempts to steal the weapons of two officers before being taken into custody.
The 5th annual Community Resource Fair, a one-stop opportunity for families to connect with local agencies and services, is set for Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Abilene Civic Center.
Abilene community members are invited to join forces and celebrate
individual and corporate investment at the United Way of Abilene's
second Report Luncheon on Wednesday, October 17 from 11:45 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Taylor County Expo Center Round Building.
Wednesday is going to start off nice with a few clouds to the south, but otherwise clear skies.
Abilene Police are conducting an ongoing investigation into a local Child Protective Services office and specifically, three supervisors following the death of a 22-month-old girl on Dyess Air Force Base.
APD Chief of Police Stan Standridge said his department has reason to believe CPS employees mishandled and tampered with important documents relating to their investigation into the toddler, and her 22-year-old mother, Tiffany Klapheke.
The Abilene Police Department executed a search warrant at
the local Child Protective Services office around 11 a.m. Tuesday Morning.
A requirement for adult cattle in Texas to have an approved form of permanent identification in place at change of ownership will go into effect January 1, 2013 according to the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC).
Watch the APD press conference regarding the execution of a search warrant at the local CPS office live.
The Abilene Police Department is executing a search warrant at the local CPS office.
Abilene High School's homecoming is coming up.
Ken Armbrister, Gov. Rick Perry's legislative director, said Tuesday that the governor told him he would run for re-election in 2014. But a spokeswoman for Perry quickly rebuffed her colleague's statement, saying no decision had been made.
New guidelines published recently by the American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists urges women 21 and older to have pelvic
exams on an annual basis.
Gov. Rick Perry has compared Texas Medicaid to the Titanic. But economists and business advocates from both sides of the political aisle argue the political rhetoric should be thrown overboard, and that Texas shouldn't let the program sink just yet.
Tuesday will be the most cloudy day of the week thanks to an outflow from Hurricane Paul.
After Prosperity Bank was robbed Monday morning, a business across the street talks about why they worry, and what they've done to prepare.
The gas pipeline project in Eastland County is getting its first day in court tomorrow.
Traffic was slowed Monday afternoon at a three vehicle accident at the corner of Buffalo Gap Road and Rebecca Lane.
The Salvation Christmas Cheer Program will be accepting Applications from October 1 to October 26th at 1733 Poplar.
The Abilene Police Department has taken the local CPS office under investigation after the case of Dyess mom,Tiffany Klapheke, whose neglect lead to the death of one of her children.
Frank Esparza, Sr., 40, of El Paso, Texas, was charged today with
robbing the First Bank Texas in Abilene, Texas, on September 27.
Abilene police are asking for the public's help in locating the suspect
in the robbery of Prosperity Bank that took place Monday morning.
A man manages to rob two Abilene businesses before being caught by police, stealing, among other things, a motorized grocery store scooter.
The U.S. Navy Jazz ensemble will be performing in Snyder, and tickets are still available.
Research is showing that families that eat dinner at home more frequently are healthier overall.
Police are currently searching for a suspect who robbed a bank on North 12 and Mockingbird.
University's jazz ensemble, McMJ, will host a Sunday
Jam at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 21, at Bynum Band Hall on