Volunteers at the Abilene State Supported Living Center got recognized on Tuesday night.
Things get heated at candidate forum when audience members ask Taylor County Sheriff candidates important questions.
The Texas Department of Transportation is sending a message to drivers in our area: pay attention in work zones.
An Abilene sporting goods store will close its doors in just a few weeks.
This week Disability Resources Incorporated (DRI) is celebrating a quarter-century in Abilene.
First Financial Bank held their annual shareholders meeting and luncheon this morning.
The early arrival of this hot weather could mean you'll have to crank up the lawn mower sooner than usual. But Abilene police remind residents: when the sun heats up, so do lawn equipment thefts.
The Texas Department of Transportation has issued the following news release regarding construction on 83/84 near Antilley Road:
A Big Country landmark recently received historical recognition.
It's officially been one year to the date since last year's destructive Easter hailstorm.
Teachers in the Big Country are receiving recognition for excellent work in our school systems.
Abilene police are warning residents to keep an eye on lawn equipment.
A suspect was arrested on felony charges in Abilene on Monday.
A 13-year-old girl involved in the April 15 crash that killed two teenagers is improving.
Today Taylor County voters will get the chance to hear from all three candidates in the race for sheriff.
A driver hit six cars after losing control of hers in a parking lot at Hendrick Medical Center.
A woman was arrested for theft after pulling tags off of unpaid items.
A significant warming trend begins today and lasts through the rest of the week.
Abilene ISD is not allowing Breckenridge's legal actions with FieldTurf interfere with their turf renovations at Shotwell Stadium.
A local recycling business offering to take the stress out of recycling has been stopped by the city of Abilene, after officials realized the service was not allowed in city limits.
The number of armed robberies compared to last year is down by a little more than half. But that doesn't mean businesses and the community alike should stop preparing for the potential of any type of robbery.
The bank holding company is the only Abilene-based company listed on a major stock exchange.
A man was arrested after a stolen probation officer's handgun was found at his residence.
A San Antonio man was killed after being ejected from a Suburban in Nolan County early Monday morning.
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 5.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.74 per gallon yesterday.
Police are investigating a reported stabbing that left one woman hospitalized early Saturday morning.
A man died early Sunday morning after his truck went off the road in Callahan County.
Families from all across the Big Country met up in Abilene today to spread awareness on a particular genetic disorder.
A new and improved light bulb is now on shelves in many hardware stores, including right here in Abilene.
Cousin of teens that died in last week's accident raises money with car show.
In just 48 hours, a softball tournament raised well over $3000 dollars to help the Camacho and Flores families.
Brownwood native Heather Sanford talks about her time on the mission field, inspiration for her book.
It's a big weekend for hundreds at a popular restaurant in Buffalo Gap.
Both parties nominate delegates for upcoming State Convention
Brownwood writes book based on time spent in the mission field.
Breanna Camacho was known for her sense of humor and ability to make everyone smile. That was something that none of the hundred who showed up at St. Francis Catholic Church forgot in the midst of all the sadness.
Hundreds of parents brought their kids out to Nelson Park this morning for some family fun and racing activities.
With temperatures on the rise and high winds, the chances of grass fires are more likely.
Hundreds of cancer survivors and supporters came out on Friday for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.
Our first story involves the tragedy that has rattled the community this
week. Two teens were killed in the deadly car crash earlier on Sunday.
An emotional day for the family and friends of Elexus Flores as the 16-year-old girl who was killed in a deadly crash Sunday was laid to rest.
The City of Abilene's water department is ready to begin several planned
projects to improve the water system, but they need the funds first.
The Meek Blood Center's blood supply is now back at acceptable status after being critically low just days ago.
Hawley students got to take a break today before next weeks STAAR tests to focus on going green in honor of Earth Day.
An AISD school bus was involved in a collision this afternoon at North Fourth and Cedar.
A group of Hawley Middle School students are working on a project that's designed to keep the peace.
A highway construction job is going to delay traffic at a busy south Abilene intersection next week.
The annual Stop the Violence event that takes place every year at the Civic Center is being moved to a bigger venue.
Abilene's unemployment rate dropped slightly to 5.6 percent in March, down from 5.8 in February.
Abilene rescuers rushed to help the victim of a rollover accident in north Abilene this morning.