The man who held three burglars at gunpoint at an Abilene home Wednesday spoke with KTAB's Victor Sotelo about the incident.
Residents around Abilene Christian University have expressed concern about business development in the area due to traffic and parking issues.
While most people are buying pumpkins for their Halloween decorations, experts say many health benefits can be had when eating the gourd.
The Taylor County Expo. Center is reviewing its facilities in an effort to remain competitive amongst other facilities in the state.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli tells the story of two brothers in foster care who need forever homes.
The City of Abilene announced Tuesday that it will be moving into Stage 2 of its Water Conservation Plan.
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.
While many parents struggle to keep their children in shape, several apps are being released to give them an extra hand.
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.
A local food bank wants to expand one of its programs to help more local children in need.
What's more effective at preventing disease spread than vaccinations? Regular hand washing, according to researchers.
Dozens of people were taken off the Ebola watch list at midnight Monday, clearing a major hurdle in the fight against the spread of the deadly virus.
The right information about a recent credit card abuse case could be worth a cash reward this week. Police are asking for information that helps them contact a person of interest in some surveillance video.
Dozens of volunteers collected trash and filled garbage bags throughout Lake Kirby Saturday.
The brother of a homicide victim is asking for anyone who has information to come forward.
Coleman residents speak out about high electricity rates in Thursday night's city council meeting.
Oftentimes carbohydrates are given a bad reputation, but living without them can also cause damage to our health.
How bats impact our planet in a good way.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham, the first person to contract the potentially deadly Ebola virus in the United States, appeared to be in good spirits in a rare, emotional video shot in her Dallas hospital room Thursday.
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.
Talk of global warming and climate change has made headlines in recent years, but is everything you're hearing the whole truth?
Local farmers, ranchers and property owners are concerned about a proposed rule change that could allow the EPA to regulate water on their lands.
With no second hand stores in the city of Albany, one local woman takes it upon her self to organize a clothing ministry.
A common case of dry eyes might be an underlying symptom of something much more serious.
A truck pulling a trailer lost control on the Winters Freeway in Abilene Thursday morning, slowing traffic.
A local volunteer group is stepping up to protect Lake Kirby and attempt to bring something new and educational.
Students at Holland Medical High School in Abilene are learning how the Ebola Virus spreads, prevention, and even tracking the virus as it spreads.
Promotions and retirement cause a shift in the Heartland academic leadership.
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.
How you can protect your baby from the number one cause of death for infants aged 1 month to 1 year.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and Dr. Daniel Varga with Texas Health Resources discuss the latest update to the Ebola situation in Dallas County.
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.
A local non-profit wants to transform Abilene into an oasis with a huge waterway.
Much of how we style our hair to make it look good is actually doing it damage. Nonetheless, there are ways to have both healthy and beautiful hair.
Butterman's Grill in Clyde is hoping to make it more convenient for locals to obtain beer and wine. They have started a petition to allow alcohol sales at their establishment.
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 Environmental Protection Agency has issued a proposal to redefine what is considered the "waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act.
A chemical found inside vegetables such as broccoli and kale is helping to treat symptoms of autism.
The cold front that passed the Big Country on Friday brought its fair share of storms. A microburst caused some property damage in Coleman.
Public health experts are asking whether the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is partly to blame.
Dr. Kent Brantly, the ACU graduate who survived the deadly Ebola virus told his story to students and local residents.
For the first time in 19 years, a student is choreographing ACU's homecoming production.
Fall is supposed to bring cooler temperatures and in some parts of the country fall colors. While we may not have any forests the Big Country has its fair share of fall foliage too,
The ACU graduate who survived ebola is planning to come back to Abilene to speak about his experience.
Abilene Regional Medical Center employees wore pink for breast cancer awareness and to show support for survivors.
A group of Abilene men donate their time and talent to helping the handicapped.
After their coach was diagnosed with breast cancer, the Mullin High School volleyball team finds ways to support the woman who helped inspired them to a winning season.