For the fifth time in the last six years, the Wylie Lady Bulldogs are going back to the state tournament.
Many 18-wheelers getting stuck trying to pass bridges and overpasses. They're not able to make it up due to lack of traction caused by ice.
North Abilene residents are coming forward saying their pets are being stolen from their yards and their fences are "tagged" with spray-paint, markers or ribbon.
Texas Rangers have executed a search warrant in Merkel connected to a murder investigation in Jasper County.
TxDot crews are working to determine what caused an 18-wheeler to leak 150 gallons of fuel while traveling on Interstate 20.
TXDot crews never take a snow day. They're always out making sure our roads are safe but working in these hazardous conditions can be scary.
Cooper graduate Dominic Rhodes was arrested on a warrant out of Smith County for charges related to child support.
The Abilene Police department arrested 30-year-old Melissa Ceja after she allegedly threatened a witness involved in an ongoing homicide investigation.
Crime in Callahan County is on the rise, and their four-person sheriff's department is working overtime to keep it all under control.
Many people in Abilene talk about their childhood at Lake Abilene... Unfortunately since last May, the water levels at the lake have been steadily decreasing.
The surviving correctional officer injured in the deadly prison bus crash in January speaks out for the first time about his recovery.
Professionals from AARP are at the downtown public library helping people file their tax returns properly.
Special events, product demonstrations, and informational displays await those who stop by the Taylor County Expo Center to attend their 23rd annual Farm, Ranch, and Wildlife exposition.
The city is working to keep pedestrians safe on a stretch of roadway in south Abilene. Those who walk along the South Danville Drive access road may be at risk due to the lack of sidewalk for pedestrians.
The University confirms that about 12 employees will be laid off as they implement a restructuring plan to streamline operations at the university.
Walking up to the doors of Planet Fitness on Barrow Street around mid-afternoon you'll most likely see this Buick sitting right out front. Which means that 92 year old Duey Clovis Thompson is inside working out. "I work out everyday. Any where from 30 minutes to an hour," says Thompson. Peddling with ease, lifting weights, and even working on getting those washboard abs, Thompson has made a name for himself at the gym.
The community of Baird is still showing their support for surviving correctional officer, Jason Self, a month after he was involved in a deadly prison bus crash.
The Taylor County Grand Jury indicted twenty-two-year-old Jaime Rene Galaviz after he allegedly assaulted a Wal-Mart loss prevention officer.
The Taylor County grand jury has indicted a young man after he allegedly slipped a drug into a girl's drink at a party and made her perform acts against her will.
Hispanics and African Americans make up a combined population of 34% in Abilene, yet they're not seen in many leadership positions around. KRBC'S Shannon Valladolid, spoke to a few people who are trying to lead the way to influence other minorities to make a difference in our city.
Sports Director, David Robinett, reflects on the career of Abilene High Head Coach Steve Warren.
The Baird Volunteer Fire Department now has a new brush truck, thanks to a $200,000 grant given by the Texas A&M Forest Service.
Brad Cesak talks to former AHS players and Steve Warren about his 19-year career leading the Eagles
Dyess Elementary School left a mark in history for being the first integrated school in Taylor County, and today students took a look at the past in the form of a timeline.
Those working for the Abilene Independent School District are now offered reimbursement for their unused sick days.
One woman says her average bill is usually around 3 to 4 hundred dollars. When she opened up the bill for this month, she was shocked to see an amount of $906.47.
In God We Trust... Where a plaque with the national motto will be displayed in the Taylor County Courthouse, and how residents feel about the symbol.
A Clyde man learns his fate after admitting to the beating death of an Abilene man.
The owner of a local auto shop has gone missing after several complaints by residents saying they were scammed. Now the customers and police are looking for answers. KRBC spoke to the victims who paid the shop hundreds of dollars and never saw anything in return.
According to the city director of finances, currently the city is just over 200 million dollars in debt.
On Friday, Coleman Police discovered a body inside a vacant home.
Brides and grooms-to-be along with their friends and families were on a hunt to plan the perfect wedding. Hundreds filled the Abilene Civic Center for the 5th Annual West Texas Bridal Showcase.
In August of 2014, Leray and Jill Scrifres opened "The Flour Shop" on South 14th Street in Abilene, but now cancer may get in the way of keeping the business going.
One family is lucky to be alive after there car's rear tire blew out and sent the car flipping over. The husband was driving. The wife in the passenger seat was treated for minor injuries. The baby and husband were unharmed.
An Abilene woman is making it her mission to bring back horse riding at Abilene State Park.
Gabriel Sanchez is indicted on a theft charge after authorities accused him of possessing a gun he knew was stolen and hiding it to prevent recovery.
Rafael Casarez Junior has been indicted on a burglary of a habitation charge.
One person has been transported to the hospital after a motorcycle and truck collided at Buffalo Gap and Chimney Rock Road.
Progress has been made at the recent bond advisory meetings.. and now that the Abilene City Council is narrowing down the list of projects that could possibly make it on the bond ballot in May.
A study done by Drive West Communications in Austin says that 44% of improper student-teacher relationships start through texting or social media messages.
Connecting Caring Communities and the Abilene Police Department have entered a partnership with hopes of building relationships among neighbors to keep the community safe.
You might miss the blessings and praises going on in the warehouse looking at the front of My Father's Floors as you drive by . Every Wednesday around noon My Father's Kitchen opens up and let's everyone, no matter the walk of life, inside for a hot meal and it's all run by Geradine Heisey Daltons "I won't turn anyone away who's hungry," she says.
During a press conference earlier today, President of the Board of Trustees Dr. Danny Wheat revealed Dr. Audra Ude will take over as the acting superintendent. Dr. Ude is currently the associate superintendent for curriculum and instructions.
Lubbock first responders rushed to the 5600 block of avenue A Wednesday evening to reports of a plane crashing into a television tower.
Abilene High parents have mixed opinions on the resignation of AISD Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns
Today a City Council workshop took place to allow residents to voice their opinions on possible bond projects. The meeting took longer than expected because so many people showed up.
A popular Big Country festival won't be going dry after all.
A Sweetwater mother is concerned with how her son is treated at school. The district has a strict plan in place to deal with these bullying situations.
Just before 6 am, the Abilene Fire Department was called to a fire at St Luke's Orthodox Church on the 500 block of Sunset street.