Ricky Ray reports from Brownwood.
A man with a big heart takes on a big project for the community.
Residents voice their opinion about pumping lake water to Abilene from Possum Kingdom.
City Council took another tour to do research on which projects will be on the next bond election ballot.
There is growing concern about the measles outbreak. However, some parents are standing their ground.
Abilene City Council members met for the second bond bus tour this afternoon. Some of the stops included the Abilene Fire Training Facility, the Abilene Zoo and the Abilene Civic Center....
The venue hosting the cross country showdown is one of a kind, a state of the art stadium with some very unique qualities
How effective are devices when it comes to defending yourself against an attacker? We'll take a look.
Today the Abilene Police Department, Fire Department, and Metrocare held their first active shoot training drill.
They may be young but the compassion they have for others is far more mature than their years. A group of elementary and middle school students are encouraging their peers to help people that are affected by cancer. They have partnered with organizations in the area and after three months are ready to have a one arrow drive.
Officials are in the works of developing a news state park near the city of Strawn between Abilene and the Metroplex.
An Ovalo, TX native is now a top ten contestant in Doritos "Crash the Superbowl" contest. Wednesday is the last day to vote!
A car catches fire south of Ballinger.
A new test could be the key to stopping one of the fastest growing cancers.
In Brown County, they want something old for a new display.....
While you may think running is more beneficial, some say yoga is just as good for the heart as aerobics.
You could get a cash reward this week for information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent convenience store robbery case. We have surveillance video of the crime.
Residents in the Big Country suffering from strokes no longer have to travel far distances to get treatment. How the cutting-edge treatment is helping save more lives.
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.
Looking to keep your resolution to lose weight or quit smoking? The key to success may be living with you!
Using tools found just outside, burglars break into the Elmdale Flea Market in east Abilene.
A rise in interest in the agricultural way of life from younger generations is becoming apparent in livestock shows.
Ice and Snow Adds Weight To Our Trees
A group of Abilene women is pouring their hearts into every stitch.
How recognizing the warning signs of a serious virus that's going around could be lifesaving for your children.
Abilene City Council approved to spend fifty thousand dollars on research for new guidelines on flight paths going into and out of the base.
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.
What you need to know about an outbreak that started at a Disney theme park.
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 area of Wylie continues to grow. More people are buying homes and raising families and businesses are benefiting.
Slick In Spots Friday Morning
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.
We'll learn from a nanny whisperer on how to handle fussy newborns and more.
More people in Brown County are beginning to notice the needs of the homeless and the non profit organization Brown County Home Solutions met on January 20th 2015 to discuss what can be done.
Taylor County Judge Bolls, Abilene Mayor Norm Archibald, and the superintendents from Abilene ISD and Wylie ISD all gathered together Tuesday morning for the eighth annual State of the City Address.
Watch the entire 2015 Texas Inauguration from the Capitol steps in Austin.
3rd annual Martin Luther King Junior Day Celebration and Parade
After a basketball game in Roby, many game attendants were stricken with itchy eyes. Investigators now say it wasn't because of the bleachers as they first thought.
Why health experts are wanting people to stand more...
For more than twenty years, citizens of Abilene have come together to appreciate history and each other.
It was a tragic event that shook the community and now local restaurants like Heff's Burgers are doing their part to help the families of the victims involved in that fatal bus crash Wednesday morning by offering them a warm meal.
The mayor of Brownwood gave his address to the city today.
A WWII veteran, shot down over France in WWII, is reunited with a piece of his plane.
How people with eczema are feeling better than ever with a new treatment coming out.
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.
Upcoming bond projects to renovate streets are causing residents to speak-out about proposed locations and the hefty price tag.
Coleman High School will be showing its high tech teaching talents at the state capital.....
She's focused on beautifying her hometown and state. How an Abilene Woman is completing her mission.
The science behind greenhouses...