A World War II veteran and his wife are facing a difficult decision due to low water levels at Hubbard Creek Lake.
Hundreds of people from around the Big Country are coming together to support 25-year-old Ashley Pagano.
Step aside governor and house representative candidates, local high school seniors and running for president.
The Brownwood community is pitching in to help the Diaz family pay for their son's expensive heart surgery.
With the stage two outdoor watering restrictions set to go into effect Sunday, a local retired couple is concerned that the watering restrictions will temporarily shut their business.
A HPU alumna returns to campus to perform for students and professors.
Breast cancer survivors gathered together to listen to the guest speaker, Dr. Balbastro, from the oncology group at Hendrick Medical was at the breast cancer luncheon Wednesday.
Residents around Abilene Christian University have expressed concern about business development in the area due to traffic and parking issues.
Global Samaritan Resources announced a project that they have created to aid in the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
According to Metrocare Ambulance the shortage started last Fall. They say it came after three major medical supply manufacturers shut down making it difficult to get large amounts of saline.
The Taylor County Expo. Center is reviewing its facilities in an effort to remain competitive amongst other facilities in the state.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli tells the story of two brothers in foster care who need forever homes.
The Salvation Army's Fall Banquet hosted a special guest...
An upcoming election in Coleman county will give voters the chance to decide whether or not to overturn current alcohol prohibition laws.
Dyess is getting a technological upgrade to some of their aircraft. The jets are being completely modified and are expected to be ready for use by summer 2016.
New York City - It was a special night for KRBC and KTAB as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
The grandson of an international peace-maker and nonviolence activist, Mahatma Gandhi, is speaking in Abilene.
A man and his dogs were hit by a truck. The man was transported to the hospital.
One business in Brown County is offering residents an energy alternative.
The Abilene Young Adult Cult is a group trying to build a bridge between the three universities in Abilene and local community through art and entertainment.
A local food bank wants to expand one of its programs to help more local children in need.
Rain chances are in store this week!
The fiance of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first victim to die from Ebola virus, has released a statement as she prepares to be released from a 21-day quarantine Monday morning.
Members of the Stamford community are hosting various fundraisers to help with the medical expenses for 12-year-old Scott Moreno. Moreno was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma and is receiving treatment in Fort Worth.
Dozens of volunteers collected trash and filled garbage bags throughout Lake Kirby Saturday.
Local businesses say that local exits and the distance between U-Turns may be harming their business.
Abilene police are following multiple leads in a north Abilene death investigation. Police received multiple calls regarding an injured subject and shots fired on the 800 block of Mesquite St. early Friday morning, according to a news release from the Abilene Police Department.
After working with several different health agencies, MetroCare made the decision to increase preparation with new equipment, advanced resources and special training.
While residents in the city of Coleman complain of rising electric costs, the city council is looking for ways to lessen the burden.
An Abilene Middle School teacher is inviting monarch butterflies to linger a little longer as they migrate through the Big Country on their way to Mexico.
While the US is trying to contain the cases that have arisen here in the states, the government is still doing its part to help control the disease in Africa.
The first patient to contract Ebola on United States soil has been air-lifted to Maryland.
Around 8:00 p.m. Thursday there was a two vehicle accident on South 1st and Treadaway in Abilene.
Talk of global warming and climate change has made headlines in recent years, but is everything you're hearing the whole truth?
Local farmers, ranchers and property owners are concerned about a proposed rule change that could allow the EPA to regulate water on their lands.
A local volunteer group is stepping up to protect Lake Kirby and attempt to bring something new and educational.
The Child Development Center on Dyess Airforce Base now honors a familiar face to the lone star state.
Students at Holland Medical High School in Abilene are learning how the Ebola Virus spreads, prevention, and even tracking the virus as it spreads.
Old mansions are inherently creepy, but one here in Abilene is taking the fright factor to another level by undergoing a spine-tingling transformation.
After being understaffed, the City of Bangs Police Department is welcoming some much needed relief.
A special sibling bond between two Abilene locals has become the life line for one of them.
Nursing students at the Patty Hanks nursing school in Abilene say that they feel prepared to enter the medicine field.
This week's heart to heart child is a 14-year-old boy named Antonie. He loves football and has a passion for music.
Family and friends remember 29-year-old William Delorme who died after he was intentionally struck by a vehicle.
Breast cancer survivors, fighters, loved ones, and supporters took a break from the stressful battle with the disease to play some games and raise awareness.
The Harvey House has served a variety of purposes in its long life. Now, the city of Brownwood is giving the community the opportunity to become part of its history.
The city of Early's 36th Annual Awards Banquet awards one local store as the Business of the Year.
A local non-profit wants to transform Abilene into an oasis with a huge waterway.
For some businesses, the colder temperatures can be a blessing, but for others it can be a nuisance.
Butterman's Grill in Clyde is hoping to make it more convenient for locals to obtain beer and wine. They have started a petition to allow alcohol sales at their establishment.