A sunny and warm weekend is ahead.
A man who ran from police into a home where marijuana was begin used has been indicted on drug-dealing charges.
The family of Elexus Flores prepares to say goodbye to their loved one.
The two women involved in buying and selling a baby in Abilene last year have been indicted on a charge of sale or purchase of a child.
An Abilene woman became the victim of a bizarre burglary late Tuesday night.
Police continue to search for a man who robbed the Blue Taco on Buffalo Gap Road Wednesday night.
A man who escaped from a Taylor County Jail work crew bus is headed to trial.
A young girl landed in the back of a pickup truck after being ejected from a Jeep Thursday afternoon.
The Grace Museum is hosting a special kind of art mixer this evening free of charge.
Hundreds of people have made their way to the Key City for a long-standing art convention.
The Taylor Electric Co-op held their annual membership event early today, and donated thousands of dollars to several local volunteer fire departments.
A free immunization clinic will be held in Abilene tomorrow. Plus, get information on vaccination exemption.
A man was taken to jail after driving the wrong way onto a one-way exit ramp.
An Abilene native was named Police Officer of the Year by a Dallas-area police department.
Celebrate Earth Day at the Abilene Zoo this Saturday, April 21.
There's a slight chance for showers today and tonight ahead of an overnight cold front.
When the Obama administration announced in December that it would draw down the number of National Guard units that patrol the southern border, critics said the decision would leave Texas vulnerable to spillover violence from Mexico.
People use tax refund money to make down payments on homes, while others use it to catch up on rent.
The Abilene Black Chamber Of Commerce invites the entire community out to enjoy a Sunday afternoon of fellowship and praise.
Police are looking for a man who robbed an Abilene restaurant on Wednesday night.
Small business owners say they're upset at their lack of involvement in the ongoing debate over a proposed city sign ordinance.
The State of Texas has seen an alarming spike in the number of motorcycle deaths, and the Big Country has also seen quite a few in recent months.
An accident on Sayles slowed traffic and sent one woman to the hospital at around 3:00 Wednesday afternoon.
A transformation to turn on of the oldest homes in Abilene into a small hotel is underway.
The Hattie and Henry Sayles house on the corner of Sayles Blvd and South 7th street in Abilene will eventually become a "boutique hotel alternative"; a modernized, luxury version of a small hotel.
The petition to disband the Development Corporation of Abilene has 101 of the 200 signatures it needs. To show the public that the DCOA does, in fact, benefit the community, they invited the media to see what they have done.
Local emergency response personnel and some from afar learned the latest techniques on how to respond to emergency pipeline situations today.
ACU is partnering up with the Acadamy of Technology Math and Sciences to help get middle school girls more excited about science.
Another teenager involved in Sunday's deadly car accident has been released from the hospital.
Many active Dyess members are looking forward to receiving a big "thank you" this weekend from the Military Affairs Committee and volunteers.
Several local child care providers were awarded today for their excellence in exceeding standards set by the State of Texas.
Empower Your Life with Purpose: The 4th Annual Healthy Woman Anniversary Event and Expo will be held Thursday, April 19 at the Abilene Civic Center.
Not smoking, exercising and eating right are all great ways to help prevent heart disease. Now doctors say there's something else you can do -- be happy!
Abilene's educational facility Safety City has completed quite an upgrade on it's campus pond.
A man was arrested after twice trying to flee from police.
Highs should reach the lower 80s today, but a cold front is on its way.
It was only three years ago when the political lines converged. On Tax Day at Austin City Hall, Gov. Rick Perry spoke to a crowd of noisy, rowdy Texans in the sort of assembly that quickly became common as the Tea Party wave swept Texas and the country.
Family members provide more insight on the deadly wreck that killed two and injured four.
An outbreak of the Parvo Virus has caused the Sweetwater Animal Shelter to shut down for disinfection, looking to reopen next week.
Solar energy has grown quickly, and even local power companies are using them for their own buildings.
Teams playing in a softball tournament this weekend will help the families of last weekend's accident victims.
Services have been set for the two girls who died from injuries sustained in a car accident early Sunday morning.
Family members have set up an account for the 13-year-old killed in Sunday's deadly car accident.
Texas health officials have delivered a proposal to the federal government that outlines their plans for transitioning the Women's Health Program from a program primarily supported by federal funds to one that runs on state money.
Hundreds of friends and family members gathered to remember one teenaged victim who was killed in a deadly weekend car crash.
One of the teenagers hurt in Sunday's deadly accident is improving.
Abilene police made two arrests this morning thanks to an alert neighbor in north Abilene.
Today is tax day. If you haven't filed, the IRS will give you more time to do so, but not more time to pay.
According to Early Police Chief David Mercer, at approximately 11:00 a.m. on Monday an ambulance from Lampasas was transporting a 15-year-old patient to a psychiatric hospital in Abilene on a court-ordered commitment.
A citizen alerted APD officers to a drunken driver Monday evening.