Corporate businesses may be convenient and efficient, but they can also be hurried and impersonal. A small-business initiative on social media is prompting consumers across the nation to shop local.
Traffic was being diverted on South 1st & Sayles after a multi-car wreck.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....minus the snow and cold temperatures.
A family is now without a home just days before Christmas. The Ranger and Eastland communities have come together to help a family in need.
Have any last minute gifts to grab? This weeks weather conditions won't slow you down!
Sleigh bells are ringing and bringing in the dough for those who are typically without work. 'Tis the season for getting, gifting, and shopping for days. 'Tis the season for seasonal employment.
The holidays aren't happy, Christmas isn't merry, and tidings aren't good if you're stranded or alone. A local non-profit is turning community into family as they begin preparations for this year's city-wide feast.
A local artist is bearing it all by displaying a haunting portrayal of self-interpretation through life's journey on the walls of a local gallery, offering viewers a glimpse into her perspective of the world.
Half a million dollars will be used to on new surveillance equipment for the Abilene Police Department.
Bacteria, viruses, parasites, and mold... dark forces could be hiding in your turkey, casserole, dressing, or even dessert if you're not careful preparing this year's holiday feast.
Rose Park Recreational center hold winter camp for kids.
Local law enforcement is on high alert after the FBI warned of an ISIS threat to Memphis.
Temperatures are about to take a dip, down into the upper 30s!
Stephanie Fenner and her lawyer went before a judge requesting more time to gather information.
Temperatures will take a slight dip before warming back up for Christmas.
A minor traffic violation turned into much more for Abilene Police, after one of their squad cars took the brunt of a suspect's assault
A football star wants to make sure the kids of Abilene are warm this Christmas. Former running back for the Colts, Dominic Rhodes partnered with Mission Abilene to bring gifts to kids in need.
It's going to be a warm holiday season!
The Mall of Abilene may seem more crowded than usual, but the increase in shoppers isn't here to stay. Specialty shops for the holidays are drawing in a larger group of consumers.
Officials say there is a reason why senior citizens fall victim to scams during the holidays.
Local theatre departments and residents who want to be a hit at their next costume party don't have to look far to rent detailed, historic ensembles reminiscent of Abilene's past.
You may recall....back in November, a Ballinger Police Officer resigned from his job after fighting to keep his position. Friday, for the first time, the Ballinger Police Chief is speaking out - explaining exactly what happened.
The only dance group in Texas that was invited to perform at the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics had to cancel their plans to go.
Are you ready for the clouds to leave? Than I have good news for you!
The United States Postal Service has a few holiday safety tips when sending packages this season.
The Taylor County Grand Jury indicted and Abilene Man on charges of Aggravated Assault after he instigated an hit-and-run with a bicyclist.
Taylor County Grand Jury indicted an Abilene man on a charge of Aggravated Assault after he allegedly shot his drug dealer in the chest for selling him fake drugs.
The Taylor County Grand Jury indicted an Abilene woman who allegedly fired shots into a car occupied by two infants and four others that was fleeing the scene of a fight.
Handmade presents add a touch of personal warmth that manufactured goods lack, but local fourth-grade classes are ditching the expected macaroni art to tackle a more ambitious project.
Rain is in the forecast, but what's in store for the start of the winter season?
Children who may not have had presents this holiday season will be jumping for joy on Christmas morning to find toys under the tree, all thanks to donations from the kind hearts of the big country.
Bremond beat the Albany Lions for the Class 2A Div. II state championship thanks to a 21-point 4th quarter. The Tigers win the championship, 28-21.
Children aren't the only ones receiving gifts under the tree this year. A local senior center raised almost 700 gift donations for some well-deserving community members.
Abilene Police Department confirmed two arrests were made related to the disturbance near Abilene High School earlier today.
We've had several stories about the Salvation Army needing more bell ringers and not being able to fill their spots.
Local business...beware! Counterfeit cash is popping up all over the Key City, and even big name retailers have been targets.
We told her nephew that the news was interviewing children about what they wanted for Christmas. His response, "I want my aunt back." Little did the 9-year-old know that his one wish was standing behind him.
This week on Heart to Heart KRBC's Ariana Lubelli featured a 15 year old boy who loves sports, video games, and being outdoors.
Hardin Simmons Professors stopped by the KRBC studios to talk about their award winning research on text messaging and student engagement
With the city of Abilene growing, the Abilene Metropolitan Planning Organization has been working on a plan to help the growth that comes with the public transit.
The top four contestants sang their hearts out hoping to take the title of "The Voice."
An unlikely bunch on Santa's naughty list is working to make the jump onto the nice list by breaking records this holiday season.
An Abilene couple got quite the surprise in their bedroom after a pick-up truck smashed into their home.
The same frontal systems that impact California also have an affect on West Central Texas.
Residents in Buffalo Gap are seeing a shortage in their well water from the lack of rain.
An Abilene man was arrested after assaulting a woman and holding her against her will in a hotel bathroom.
Have you already sent out your Christmas cards? A girl struggling with a life-threatening illness hopes that this year you will add one more card to your list.
More clouds and rain showers are the story for Sunday.
Graduation caps were thrown in celebration after hundreds of ACU students became college graduates tonight.