"Challenge coins" are helping to improve physical fitness in the Abilene Police Department.....
Locals are on edge in Colorado City after their quiet neighborhood turned into the scene of a homicide investigation Thursday morning.
Fishing season is almost here, but the recent drought has caused many local fishing spots to drop off the map. Locals aren't letting low lake levels get in their way.
How new data on breast cancer is helping doctors treat patients...
Residents out at Lake Fort Phantom may be able to own their own property soon. Currently, the residents live on land that is leased by the City of Abilene.
According to the Abilene Police Department, two victims were allegedly assaulted in their home early Saturday morning.
A Snyder family says the smallest tip could be a big help in finding their loved one.
A cancer survivor is cooking up support for Hendrick's Cancer Center.
Russell Reynolds and the seven others that were afflicted by the Comanche firework explosion on July 3rd of last year are honored by the ISD.
How a woman started a chain reaction of giving that saved lives...
Ranger High School Seniors are standing together in an effort to stop bullying among students with an assembly.
One Coleman local lends a helping hand to people in need whether it's family or complete strangers.
The couple allegedly moved to Abilene from Alabama to sell their unborn child for $15,000.
Council members approved the 30 year contract with the Brazos River Authority to get raw water from Possum Kingdom.
The victim's mother has spent the last two days sitting at her daughter's bedside after the 17 year old attempted to take her life over comments on the social media site "Burn Book."
In a few weeks, residents will be casting their ballots on what bond projects they would like to see passed, but people who live near a growing school district will likely see their tax dollars double.
Giant stacks of pallets served as fuel for a 2014 Abilene fire. One year later, the landowner is still trying to get rid of all the pallets.
The Islamic terrorist group ISIS is possibly hacking websites in the Big Country.
How to shake up your workout routine Broadway style....
The warning system called Code Red will send email alerts to Taylor County employees in case of severe weather or other emergencies such as evacuations.
Hamby Volunteer Fire Fighters responded to a structure fire at 405 Spring Creek Road in Shackelford County shortly before 10:00 p.m. on Monday.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo spoke with the witness who treated the three injured victims of a vehicle fire.
Attorney for Former Abilene ISD Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns speaks out about his client's allegations of mishandling allegations of inappropriate student-teacher relationships.
How a new device lets children hear their mother's voice for the first time...
There has been an incase in the number of car burglary cases this year.
The recent robberies targeting convenience stores have many customers questioning their safety.
An Abilene man arrested on nine charges after he allegedly hit a police vehicle, fled the scene and sent police on a chase for miles.
One student is hopeful that a petition will convince McMurry administration to change minds.
The Dyess 5/6 council is hosting an event on April 4th called Showtime At The Apollo.
The Alex Brown Memorial Bill in the Texas House of Representatives would making texting and driving illegal if passed.
The Craftapalooza and Vintage Market is back at the Abilene Civic Center this Saturday.
Dr. Heath Burns has been accused of several things, but Thursday's charge was unexpected by most.
A close-knit Abilene neighborhood helps police catch three burglary suspects. KTAB'S Victor Sotelo has the story.
Several allegations of criminal activity have surrounded Dr. Heath Burns after two alleged improper student-teacher relationships occurred within the Abilene Independent School District while he was superintendent.
Joy is two years old and needs a good home.
Get fit with new classes at the West Texas Rehab Center.
See plays for the price of one at the Abilene Community Theatre.
The Abilene State Supported Living Center has some longtime employees but it also has a committed volunteer who has dedicated more than five decades to helping out at the facility.
Surveillance video shows the man eating several bowls of pasta before entering the cooler area and climbing on top to take a nap.
The transition from middle school to high school is a tough one. Many teens feel anxious when they start their freshman year. However, a special program in place at Abilene high schools make that life experience an easier and more successful transition.
Find out what's helping some people get more energized before the work day.
They've been on the market for decades, but do kids really need children's vitamins?
A new class for the deaf and hard of hearing community will be starting next week at Action Career Training in Abilene.
SUP Abilene is opening tomorrow on Lake Fort Phantom giving Abilene residents a new experience to dive into.
An industry waking up to the demand for a good night's rest...
It all started over one hundred and thirty-four years ago with just an auctioneer. March 15th is known as Abilene Founders Day.
Crimestoppers is offering a reward this week for information that helps police solve a recent theft and credit card abuse case. KTAB has surveillance video of a man police want to interview about the case.
The Sweetwater Jaycees say this year's winter made it more difficult for them to hunt rattlesnakes for the Roundup.
Yu Darvish will undergo surgery and sit out the upcoming season.
The owner of the Cypress Street Station restaurant, Brian Green passed away on Thursday. When it came to his restaurant, the 57-year-old put his heart and soul into the business for over 20 years.