Classes have been cancelled at a Post elementary school after it catches fire early Sunday morning.
A local teacher recently released a new book showing people the history behind some Abilene locations.
About 40 men from Abilene volunteered to model off customized, handcrafted bras for this year's Bras for the Cause.
Dyess Air Force Base celebrated its 67th Air Force Ball on Saturday.
An Abilene man remains in jail as of Saturday evening after he allegedly assaulted a woman and attempted to fire a gun at her.
Children ages 6-15 were invited to participate in this year's NFL/Gatorade Punt, Pass & Kick local competition.
Dogs and their owners came out to Nelson Park on Saturday to celebrate the 11th Annual Bark in the Park.
Heavy rain in Borden County has caused major flooding in the area, including the small town of Gail. The amount of rain is helping Lake J B Thomas which was nearly empty a week ago.
The Eastland County Sheriff, Clerk, and District Attorney have released information regarding a recent phone and fraudulent loan scams targeting the county and surrounding areas.
amp Trillium, LLC, the joint venture between ampCNG and Trillium CNG™, announced that construction has begun on the first public access compressed natural gas (CNG) station in the city of Sweetwater, Texas.
The City of Abilene Addresses the Problem of Flooding at Underpasses
A luncheon got the conversation started on ways the city can address the poverty in Abilene
In Excitement For the New iPhone Three Men Camp Outside the AT&T Store
An Abilene Police Officer saves a woman's life by performing CPR until paramedics arrive outside the Taylor County Courthouse.
People plant gardens for a variety a different reasons. Some plant vegetables for food and others plant flowers for the beauty of it. A butterfly garden is supposed to attract butterflies
McMurry University students are studying some of the most infamous serial killers in American history.
Bowie Elementary Will Have A New Safety Feature in the Building
Study of Willis Creek Could Remap Floodplain in Brownwood, saving homeowners thousands of dollars per year.
Employees of Chick-fil-A on Southwest Drive say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.
Military Veteran Peer Network in Abilene connects veterans with resources to help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
One Local Couple Helps A Country in Africa with Water Safety
The wife of Jeffrey Johnson, the 33-year-old father and veteran killed during an officer-involved shooting last Friday, says he was dealing with post traumatic stress disorder.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
One Couple From Nolan County Celebrates Their 70th Anniversary
The fair was generating more than last year's until the rainy and cooler weather rolled through the past two days, says organizers.
A former NFL player paid a visit in Abilene on Saturday and helped brighten the lives of sick children, even for a few minutes.
The Early Police Department and Texas Rangers have been investigating a case of theft over $20,000 and misapplication of fiduciary funds over the past year according to EPD Chief David Mercer.
Avid runners and families who simply like to get down and dirty stepped out in the chilly Saturday morning to participate in this year's Big Country Mudslinger 5K Fun Run.
Brownwood Regional Medical Center is making renovations to an old unit to provide Senior Behavioral Health Services.
Officers have followed a driver north on FM 600 to the Veterans Cemetery away from the Best Western after a stand off. One person is dead on the scene.
Businesses Hope to Revitalize South First Street
Dyess Air Force Base Competes in Global Strike Challenge
Organizers of the West Texas Fair & Rodeo say business has gone up since last year. Nevertheless, their main priority is promoting the agricultural industry.
There has been an increase in accidents along South Clack street recently, APD said.
The standardized dress code for AISD middle school students is being considered a success, now parents are questioning if the same dress code should be enforced for teachers.
The Western Texas College in Snyder has voluntarily dropped its nursing program due to low passing grades.
Renovations on the Abilene High auditorium will continue despite a fire that threatened the building over the weekend.
Veterans Affairs Office in Abilene say that many veterans say they have a hard time making appointment at outpatient clinic for many reasons.
Abilene ISD approved bids on Monday to construct new security systems to its elementary schools and new restrooms at both high school's softball fields.
Abilene police are asking people who recognize a woman in some surveillance images related to a recent credit card abuse case to contact them.
Andrew Reynolds, 42, remains in Taylor County Jail after he allegedly assaulted a woman before punching a police officer in the side of his head.
Joseph Carrillo, 19, was arrested early Sunday morning after he allegedly fired shots at several people during a fight. He has since bonded out of jail.
People recovering from substance abuse and mental illnesses celebrated their journey with the 4th Annual Recovery Walk this past Saturday.
An Abilene man is in jail charged with sexual assault of child and online solicitation of a minor in a sexual conduct.
Abilene firefighters have extinguished the small fire at the auditorium of Abilene High School.
Patriot Guard Riders say they want to honor and protect families of fallen heroes.
The perceived security concern that forced Dyess Air Force Base to close its main gate Thursday night was due to some civilians attempted to enter the gate.
French Robertson Unit in Jones County helps provide produce for the Food Bank of West Central Texas.
KTAB's Matthew Torres reports from near the border in McAllen, Texas where Global Samaritan Resources volunteers are providing humanitarian aid.
Although news coverage of the crisis on the Texas Border has dwindled, the humanitarian needs there have not. KTAB's Matthew Torres is in McAllen with Global Samaritan Resources volunteers who are helping out.