Seventy years ago today a milestone in world history was reached. The deadliest concentration camp in Holocaust history was liberated. At least 1.1 million prisoners died in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The Abilene ISD Board of Trustees and Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge met for the first time since two investigations regarding former AISD employees began in December.
Hardin Simmons University changed their housing regulations and some students are voicing their concerns.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for one of the Abilene natives in the prison bus crash.
Clean black fur, same great smile, and a big blue collar show the dog named Bob Marley has found a home. "He's sweet and cuddly and that's what I wanted," says Allie Dunn. In July of last year Rescue the Animals, SPCA rescued 25 severely neglected and starving animals off a property in Gorman. Those animals ranged from ducks to cats, but the majority were dogs; and that majority included Bob Marley.
A church in Abilene made the Health Fitness Revolution's list of Top 20 Fittest Churches in Texas.
The drought problem in the Big Country is the theme of an Abilene High School play; Urine Town.
After being shot 3 times, the victim of the Stonegate Apartment complex tells his side of the story,
A man was shot three times around 7:30 Tuesday night at Abilene's Stonegate Apartments. He says he has no idea who shot him and neighbors are worried.
The certification hearing for a juvenile charged in connection to the murder of Jesse Cortinez was suppose to be held on Wednesday but has been pushed back to February 11th.
The Middleton Prison Unit is planning to build a memorial plaque that will be placed at their transportation building in honor of the two officers killed in the bus wreck near Odessa.
The city of Stamford went almost two days without water due to a main water pipe bursting.
For many, today was a day off from school and some even work. All for the purpose of honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to civil rights.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous tips that help police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
This year's West Texas Rehab Telethon and Auction is one of best ever.
The Girl Scouts of Abilene and troops from Dyess Air Force Base teamed up to pass out cookies.
Mayor Archibald Proclaimed today Alvina Gerhart day after a resident who turned 100.
The West Texas Rehab is having their 45th Annual Auction and the bidding ends at 11:59, January 17th.
A volunteer fire department in Stephens Co. will benefit from a Fire Equipment Grant presented by the Texas A&M Forest Service.
The community of Baird is coming together to pray and raise funds for one of their own involved in the deadly prison bus wreck on Wednesday.
Bed bugs are busy biting around the Big Country.
A recent listeria outbreak across the nation started with the contamination of caramel apples that were recalled last month.
The Chief is concerned with the way the AISD Superintendent has handled, not only the investigation on Michael Trook, but now a second AISD employee/student relationship. AISD says the miscommunication is on both sides.
The election results are in. Savage and Ellinger share their reactions.
The owner says she was only inside for 15 minutes before she witnessed a man taking off with her truck.
City Council stepped out of their offices and on to a bus to see projects that will be voted on in the next bond election.
Tonight marked the first Abilene ISD school board meeting since a former Dean was arrested for an inappropriate relationship with a student.
The working relationship between Abilene police and local pawn shops has lead to five arrests this month. I spoke with an Abilene Detective about how grateful people are to get their stolen items back home.
Abilene Independent School District employees spoke out Monday evening in defense of Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns. This comes after AISD administrator Michael Trook was arrested in December for allegedly having sex with a student.
The right information about a recent robbery case could bring you a cash reward.
Using more electricity during cold months is common, but there are ways to conserve without breaking budgets.
Tips for those becoming discouraged with the search for your new, better, or first job.
Multiple wrecks, due to winter weather, could be seen on US 84 between Sweetwater and Snyder.
Many are unaware of the importance of keeping a clean chimney.
Former contestant on season 7 of NBC's "The Voice" performs on KRBC's Abilene Today ahead of his Friday night performance.
After so many accidents occurred during the winter weather, insurance providers believe people should take a closer look at what insurance covers and doesn't cover
"Frozen" characters came all the way from Arendelle to visit Abilene.
The small town of Snyder experienced quite the earthquake on Tuesday. Measuring at a 3.5 on the Richter Scale, the earthquake shook windows and computer monitors and knocked over lamps.
With the temperatures dropping and the winter weather beginning, resident's electricity bills are becoming higher. 211 Texas, A Call For Help, is offering assistance to help pay resident's electric bills for those who qualify.
A big agriculture event that happens every year kicks off this weekend. Students in the Big Country compete in livestock shows all across Texas.
An Abilene native saved a woman from a burning building in Irving, Texas.
December's icy conditions have delayed some cotton farmers from harvesting their crop.
A business that offers pet sitting gained extra profit because of the winter weather conditions.
Jordan Irving started his own business at the age of 16 and is ready to take the baking business by storm.
Residents express their excitement about the change in weather.
The winter weather conditions have Flying J in Tye crowded with truckers waiting to get back on the roads
Abilene Regional Airport is back open today after it closed due to hazardous weather yesterday. However, some flyers are still stuck in Abilene. The runways are open and planes clear for take off, but delays and cancellations are still occurring.
Big Country towing companies have been busy the past couple days of winter weather
The morning battalion chief describes what precautions the Abilene Fire Department takes to make sure they are safe when responding to those emergency phone calls on icy days.
Hundreds of accidents in the span of 24 hours and many drivers say they're nervous to travel for the holiday.