Team Braxton is an organization coordinated by the family of 13-year-old autistic boy. Many people in the community wore stickers today reading, "Team Braxton." It was all part of a fundraiser held to raise money and awareness for autism.
President Obama's Half Brother Visits Abilene
A new addition to the Mitchell County medical facilities and a new power plant are on the way to the western Big Country.
This story is 600 years in the making. It started when a giant oak tree fell on a structure in Buffalo Gap in 1996.
A new study claims that the closer you sleep to your partner, the happier you are in the relationship. Most people say they prefer sleeping back to back.
One Clyde Woman Remembers the West Blast a Year Later
Even on the windiest of days, if there's litter in Jamie Villegas's neighborhood, it won't be there for long.
The wrong place is where a headstone originally ended up, but the monument company worked all day Friday to get it in place.
A formerly fired police officer, Frank Saylors, is running for City Commissioner in Eastland.
Many people are dealing with allergies from different types of pollen, but did you know what you eat can also bring on the sneezing and watery itchy eyes? Well it can, and most people don't even realize their food is the culprit.
A group of eight students and faculty are planning on riding bikes across the state. Their 925 mile journey will begin on May 10th.
Tomato plants can be a big hit in the spring and summertime. Knowing when to plant them is a common question.
Getting children to eat their vegetables can be a battle, but adults can be just as picky! Are there any foods you simply won't touch?
When a loved one is facing traumatic medical issues, the burden often times falls on the family. But a simple document can bring some relief to otherwise stressful situations.
The Use of Force Simulator at the Abilene Police training facility gets officers prepared to face quick decisions that could save their life and the lives of citizens they are sworn to protect.
The Potosi Volunteer Fire Department created a new flier in hopes to remind people they are needing a new station.
A high ranking member of the House of Yahweh in Callahan County has been arrested for allegedly threatening the life of a Taylor County State District Judge.
Tsephanyah Yisrayl Hawkins was arrested after sending a series of threatening emails, one of them including a threat to kill a local district judge.
Family gathers at Elmwood Memorial for balloon release.
Disabled Local Finds Inspiration In Driving People With Disabilities.
The Eastland Community Helps Store Owners
Business owners of Shady Oaks Shopping Center in Eastland stood outside in disbelief as they watched firefighters battle a massive fire late Tuesday afternoon.
Walmart Requested Property In Merkel And Locals Say It May Take A Toll On Businesses, Others Say It Can Benefit The Town.
Students at McMurry University live in tents
Tuesday, the Autism and Law Enforcement Coalition teamed up with REACH to train first responders on how to deal with autistic individuals in emergency situations.
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil chats with The Today Show's Natalie Morales about this year's Boston Marathon, the heightened security and how she plans to participate.
Everyone's least favorite day of the year is here -- taxes are due today. But procrastinators, rejoice! If you didn't find time to file and the government owes you a refund, you won't be penalized for filing late.
After A Tragic Wreck That Left One Dead And A Business Destroyed, Business Owner Says It Happened For A Reason.
Family and friends are coping with the loss of 64-year-old Jesus Tijerina.
It turns out, the city of Abilene did have an open case on the property for the clean up, but we also found out that this fire was years in the making.
About 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and this spring could be even worse due harsh winter conditions.
Lon Davis and his family lost their home on West Lake Road last week.
We're talking about catching some ZZZ's in the classroom. Do you think nap time should be built into the schedule for students?
Bent Wheel Bash Brings Hundreds of Cyclists From All Across The Country To Abilene.
Police have pictures of a person-of-interest in several forgery check cases and they are asking people who recognize her to call them at 676-TIPS or 676-8477.
The First Edition of the King James Bible is on display in Brownwood until Monday, April 14th.
Firefighters continue to watch over the pallet yard that burned down late Friday night. As of Saturday, smoke was still seen flowing out of the ground.
Many Residents In The Area Of The Fire Say It Was Only A Matter Of Time Before Something Bad Happened In That Field.
A Head On Collision Closes HWY 36
The jury has reached a verdict in the Lanny Bush murder trial in Coleman and his punishment was automatic.
Native Air will be not be operating out of Abilene anymore, leaving Abilene with just one medical helicopter service.
Adrian Castellano goes behind the scenes to learn how to fix musical instruments needing repair.
We all know the saying, opposites attract, but in your own relationship experience--how true is it?
The nicer weather means more time spent outdoors for kids, and local doctors tend to see an increase in head injuries to accompany the change of season.
Abilene Education Foundation hosts Cajun Crawfish Fest
Cajun Crawfish Fest draws a large crowd
She's an animal lover from head to toe literally. She wears shoes that have different types of dogs printed on them.
The city of Coleman is taking steps to clean up the community.
How to teach your kids the importance of calling for help when in a crisis.
Women are at a higher risk for some eye diseases than men, and the overwhelming majority aren't aware of their increased risk.