It's been one year since changes were made at Ranger Hill on Interstate 20.
City of Abilene officials say repairing roads is a top priority, and it is a topic being discussed in this year's bond advisory meetings.
A homeowner and her daughter-in-law are still in shock and fear nearly one week following a home invasion in north Abilene.
The Cisco City Council voted to approve reinstating pay for its volunteer fire department Monday night.
Abilene High School's Theatre Department is putting on its second production of the year about ALS and Beethoven music at Hardin-Simmons University.
The 19th Annual Tent Revival held by Love and Care Ministries officially began Monday after a windy start the day before.
Recent improvements on the bridge over US-84 and Interstate-20 have resulted in reduced vehicle accidents.
Lacey Berry, the 36-year-old woman who took Jacob Pinner to the hospital before being pronounced dead, speaks out about some of the details during the day of the murder.
Nurses at the Haskell Memorial Hospital undergo training in case of having to handle an ebola patient.
The City of Abilene announced Tuesday that it will be moving into Stage 2 of its Water Conservation Plan.
The weather modification process known as cloud seeding has come and gone in the Big Country, at least for the time being.
Residents of Coleman say they are used to seeing high electric bills but they have seen costs increase exponentially within the last few months.
Family and friends of the 15-year-old Cooper High School student killed in an accident last week said their final goodbyes.
The National WASP Museum in Sweetwater is continuing its expansion project with the help of a loan approval.
Owners of Heff's Burgers, a local burger joint, is expanding with the help of a franchising corporation.
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.
A popular Abilene BBQ restaurant that closed several years ago has made its second return to this year's West Texas Fair & Rodeo. Harold's BBQ brisket sandwiches are back and both servers and customers are pleased.
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.
A Tye man's childhood hobby of spray painting numbers on people's driveway has turned into a full-time job.
The homeowner who was involved in an altercation Friday afternoon that resulted in the death of his former employee say he is shocked and saddened by the situation.
The Sweetwater Police Department is hoping to slow down the drug activity by training two new narcotic dogs.
The City of Cisco says they are growing fast as new businesses continue to pop up.
The city of Sweetwater is looking to stay ahead of the drought by completing a water well project.
A Sweetwater dog accused of killing around 20 cats within a month was taken in by animal control officers.
Air Force men and women talk about how they were prepared to be deployed, but not prepared to miss their families.
Reverend Bill Libby, a McMurry University professor and radio co-host of "The Professors", says him and two students were in Israel the day the militant group Hamas launched rockets into Israel.
The childhood friend and former football coach of the 19-year-old male killed by a stabbing say he was outgoing and loyal.
One person has been confirmed following a major head-on collision on Highway 277 south of View.
A Sweetwater man has recently made it his mission to clean-up Lake Sweetwater.
This month's Commissioners Court meeting in Eastland will discuss the second and final reading of a proposed ordinance that would prohibit the sale, use, and possession of electronic cigarettes to minors.
The owner of Casa Herrera is remembering the late James Garner as considerate and friendly after meeting him at the restaurant years ago.
Matthew Torres tells the story of a timeless Ballinger historian known as "Bob-O".
Matthew Torres takes a look into how the boom in the oil and gas market has caused growth in the city of Ballinger.
Matthew Torres eats ice cream with Sam Sanchez from Shoppin' Baskit.
Matthew Torres speaks with Betty Carter from Dark Horse Roller Derby.
On Tuesday afternoon, the mayor and city employees broke ground to construct a new Love's travel stop on Interstate 20 and Highway 283.
Employees at the Jones County Clerk's Office are concerned after many residents received a notice asking for money to get a copy of their property deed.
It was a nail-biting end for the U.S. Men's National Team's journey at the World Cup as they lost 2-1 against Belgium on Tuesday.
Two girls in Sweetwater started a lemonade stand last Friday to raise money for Michael Berry's funeral. Berry is the suspect killed during a police standoff in Sweetwater last week.
An Abilene organization, that helps provide housing and counseling for children in need, is getting much needed support. On Wednesday, a check was presented to New Horizons for $74,000 from the Bilbo Golf Classic.
The northern part of the Big Country got hit with much needed rain again on Tuesday, but the downpours also flooded some cotton fields.
Board members of the Abilene Community Theatre gathered at a meeting Sunday afternoon to discuss future planning and expenses.
An Abilene couple says the right ingredients to their marriage is learning to give and take. Bobbie and A.J. Draper celebrated their 66th anniversary Wednesday night at Gatti's Pizza with their children, friends, and great grandchildren.
The Buffalo Gap Volunteer Fire Department received a new communication building Tuesday afternoon, weeks after a wildfire destroyed their old one.
Firefighters arrived to a vacant home on the corner of Janice Lane and Marsalis Drive Wednesday morning. Fire officials say evidence shows it could be a possible arson although it's still under investigation.
The Fisher County Sheriff's Department says its current jail is run down and needs a face lift. The county is working with Southwest Architects, Inc. from Fort Worth and have created designs of a new 20,698 sq ft jail.
On Monday night, Merkel city council heard residents and Walmart representatives express their thoughts for the first time.
Some counties are working together on a project that helps bring cloud seeding to the Big Country.
The City of Stamford decided Tuesday night to begin the process of cloud seeding.