The 3rd Annual Safety City Fall Festival invited families to trick-or-treat early on Saturday.
An Abilene man is dead after his vehicle rolled over in South Abilene early Saturday morning.
Dyess We Care Team spends two weekends helping make repairs at a Buffalo Gap resident's home.
Republican Texas gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott paid a visit to Abilene on Saturday, just ten days before the November 4th election.
The Mullin volleyball team won district for the first time this weekend.
This year's Boo at the Zoo is expected to see more people than last year, organizers said.
The Abilene Fire Department is investigating a vacant house fire that started Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds of people from around the Big Country are coming together to support 25-year-old Ashley Pagano.
Step aside governor and house representative candidates, local high school seniors and running for president.
Man passed background check and was able to coach and umpire despite past charged.
The Brownwood community is pitching in to help the Diaz family pay for their son's expensive heart surgery.
A HPU alumna returns to campus to perform for students and professors.
Breast cancer survivors gathered together to listen to the guest speaker, Dr. Balbastro, from the oncology group at Hendrick Medical was at the breast cancer luncheon Wednesday.
The City of Abilene announced Tuesday that it will be moving into Stage 2 of its Water Conservation Plan.
An upcoming election in Coleman county will give voters the chance to decide whether or not to overturn current alcohol prohibition laws.
Dyess is getting a technological upgrade to some of their aircraft. The jets are being completely modified and are expected to be ready for use by summer 2016.
New York City - It was a special night for KRBC and KTAB as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
A man and his dogs were hit by a truck. The man was transported to the hospital.
One business in Brown County is offering residents an energy alternative.
Exercising may help alleviate many illnesses, aches and pains.
The Abilene Young Adult Cult is a group trying to build a bridge between the three universities in Abilene and local community through art and entertainment.
The fiance of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first victim to die from Ebola virus, has released a statement as she prepares to be released from a 21-day quarantine Monday morning.
Members of the Stamford community are hosting various fundraisers to help with the medical expenses for 12-year-old Scott Moreno. Moreno was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma and is receiving treatment in Fort Worth.
Dozens of volunteers collected trash and filled garbage bags throughout Lake Kirby Saturday.
Local businesses say that local exits and the distance between U-Turns may be harming their business.
While residents in the city of Coleman complain of rising electric costs, the city council is looking for ways to lessen the burden.
Recently South Downtown has seen a few developments in the area. Now, new apartments are being built into the old Universal Manufacturing Building. These condos have 3,000 square feet, and will run about $800 a month.
While the US is trying to contain the cases that have arisen here in the states, the government is still doing its part to help control the disease in Africa.
Talk of global warming and climate change has made headlines in recent years, but is everything you're hearing the whole truth?
Austinite Greg Davis didn't start out to be a photographer. But after 10 years in the tech business, the photographs he took with a point-and-shoot camera during a year-long trip around the world changed his life and his career direction.
Students at Holland Medical High School in Abilene are learning how the Ebola Virus spreads, prevention, and even tracking the virus as it spreads.
After being understaffed, the City of Bangs Police Department is welcoming some much needed relief.
A special sibling bond between two Abilene locals has become the life line for one of them.
Nursing students at the Patty Hanks nursing school in Abilene say that they feel prepared to enter the medicine field.
This week's heart to heart child is a 14-year-old boy named Antonie. He loves football and has a passion for music.
The weather modification process known as cloud seeding has come and gone in the Big Country, at least for the time being.
Family and friends remember 29-year-old William Delorme who died after he was intentionally struck by a vehicle.
The Harvey House has served a variety of purposes in its long life. Now, the city of Brownwood is giving the community the opportunity to become part of its history.
The city of Early's 36th Annual Awards Banquet awards one local store as the Business of the Year.
For some businesses, the colder temperatures can be a blessing, but for others it can be a nuisance.
On Monday night, the Merkel city council held a public hearing as part of its agenda to discuss whether or not the public library should move into the city's only community center.
The cold front that passed the Big Country on Friday brought its fair share of storms. A microburst caused some property damage in Coleman.
Some Coleman residents are picking up the pieces of their home after Friday night's storm caused some damage.
The Abilene Fire Department is investigating an unoccupied house fire that started late Sunday morning.
A driver has been arrested after causing a wreck on South 20th & Willis Street late Sunday morning.
About 100 students who love to sing showcased their talents at this year's Homecoming Choir Concert at Abilene Christian University.
The Hispanic Business Council of Abilene hosted its 7th Annual Business Mercado at the Abilene Civic Center on Saturday.
McMurry University reopened its Old Main building on Saturday after nearly four years of restoration.
South Taylor Emergency Medical Services (STEMS) hosted a fundraiser event and first open house at the newly purchased station on Saturday.
Two Abilene candidates have announced their plans to run for the Place 6 council seat, after it was vacated by councilwoman Kellie Miller this week.