Abilene residents ran, walked or trotted for this years Turkey Trot
Four Abilene women use their skills to help those in need.
A new Thanksgiving tradition is picking up pace around the country.
A Brownwood chef proves that those in small cities can still win big names.
A second suspect has been arrested in connection to an Abilene murder
Last week, The Robertson Prison Unit was Without Water Due to Decreasing Levels at Their Water Supply Tank, City Confirms.
One woman gets a new lease on life thanks to an anonymous donor.
How to eat healthy during Thanksgiving.
Hundreds of demonstrators roamed the streets of Downtown Dallas on Tuesday after a rally in response to the decision by a grand jury in Missouri not to indict a police officer involved in a deadly shooting there.
We may not be experiencing freezing temperatures, but that's not stopping the city of Brownwood from constructing an outdoor ice rink.
Happy birthday to the man serving the Big Country its news for over 35 years.
Kyler Faulkner has a debilitating disease, but it hasn't stopped him from becoming a national champion skeet shooter.
5 months since the June hail storm and the casualty list continues to grow.
A local church surprises Abilene homeless man with a fully furnished, stocked and decorated apartment.
Researchers compared common half day preschool with full day programs and found surprising results.
Shattered glass from looted stores covered the asphalt. Shell casings from unknown shooters littered the ground. And more than a dozen buildings, including stores owned by local residents, had been set ablaze.
The efforts of two HPU students paid off as Brownwood soon will be seeing a new skate park.
Wounded veterans returning home find healing at the firing range.
The Senior Warden confirmed that the prison was having water issues, but he says they took the appropriate steps to handle the situation. He says the city notified them that their water supply at the water tower was dropping.
Gov. Jay Nixon and Department of Public Safety Director Dan Isom will join St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay for a presser at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Downtown shops in Abilene aren't giving into the shopping frenzy of opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day.
Watch NBC News and NBC affiliate KSDK's coverage of Ferguson's Grand Jury decision.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his position, a senior administration official confirmed to CNN Monday.
An Abilene man opens up his hobby to the public. A hobby that he has been building for about 25 years now.
The cooler weather has affected crops and livestock in the Big Country, but it hasn't been all bad.
Timing Down the Rain and Looking At How Much
Another border battle rages on as millions of dollars worth of illegal drugs are crossing into Texas using our Highways. The war on drugs has cost many their lives and unfortunately Abilene may serve as a pathway for smuggling.
Three women apart of the American Legion Auxiliary are working hard, by themselves, to bring appreciation to people. They do projects big and small. So small to handing out cards to cafeteria workers, janitors, and bus drivers that say "You're making a difference in a child's life." Bigger projects that involve sending care packages to deployed military in places that many might know we have military stationed. All of this out of the kindness of their hearts.
Hendrick Cancer Center honored Lung Cancer Awareness Month by hosting an inaugural program designed to help smokers quit.
Several neighbors showed up to voice their concerns against rezoning to allow new Firehouse gym. Others believe the second location in the Wylie area would contribute to the growing neighborhood.
The CDC finds that just because your not dependent to alcohol doesn't mean you're drinking habits aren't damaging your health.
Recycling Numbers Improve
A new website based in Russia is streaming video live from thousands of private webcams around the world, including images of babies and hospital patients.
A Brownwood organization's expanding operations is in need of volunteers in preparation for the Christmas season.
Florida State University students huddled together in the aisles of a packed campus library early Thursday after a gunman opened fire, injuring three.
Margie Royall was just beginning to see memories being made in her home in Tye. With Christmas trees up and more decorations lying on the ground that will never be put on display Margie is left in shock. Wondering where to pick up the pieces to continue her and her son, David's, life.
On Tuesday, an aggravated robbery on North 7th Street left an Abilene man injured after he was struck in the head with a hammer. After he was hit and threatened, two men stole his Playstation.
After thousands of years of eating gluten products, doctors are trying to figure out what's causing many to cut the substance from their diet.
The memory of a Comanche man who did so much for his community was honored today.
Entrepreneurs create a wearable way to protect against the flu, but doctors say its not enough.
Standing in the shadows of Hufford Field in Coleman and Piper Stadium in Hamlin are stately rock walls that have stood the test of time, but why are they there?
In order to de-ice roads and ensure the public's safety, TxDOT used 60 tons of salt, 40 tons of bottom ash and 3,000 gallons of brine water.
Disguised as the IRS, legitimate businesses or family members, scam artists are targeting many throughout the Big Country.
A planned pipeline hopes to battle enduring drought conditions.
Kissing in the name of science, why researchers had couples pair up.
Carlee Hoffman takes a look at the road conditions after Sunday night's snow.
In response to a viewer inquiry on how snowflakes are made, KTAB meteorologist Carlee Hoffman gives this creative response in rap form.
Al Roker from NBC'S Today Show set the world record for most uninterrupted hours of weather reporting, going 34 consecutive hours.
Even though Veteran's Day has come and gone, the Early Chamber of Commerce continues to show its appreciation for those who served our country.
The State of Texas recently reduced the number of state mandated tests from fifteen to five. Before the reduction Abilene High did not have final exams. They said with the number of state tests along with finals would have been too much for students to handle. Now with the reduction finals are now back. To many of the faculty's surprise, students are happy about the final exams making a return.