Owners of Heff's Burgers, a local burger joint, is expanding with the help of a franchising corporation.
Abilene City Council member Anthony Williams hit the streets of North Abilene acknowledging the pot holes, illegal dumping sites, overgrown weeds and many other problems in that neighborhood. He has plans for change.
The Hendrick Home for Children is currently constructing a new family center in hopes to help more families.
Local university theatres use their resources in creative ways to portray a story-like scene.
The Fall season officially begins today. Along with it come health benefits for some and allergies for others.
The Brownwood Reunion Helps the Brownwood Economy
Abilene Police are needing your help in solving a recent debit card abuse case.
A local teacher recently released a new book showing people the history behind some Abilene locations.
Citizens gathered to support the fight against Alzheimer's Disease.
The City of Abilene Addresses the Problem of Flooding at Underpasses
Doctors call it one of the hardest cancers to detect and one woman shares her ongoing battle with the deadly disease.
Excited shoppers camped out overnight for the new iPhone--is there any product you would camp outside a store for?
In Excitement For the New iPhone Three Men Camp Outside the AT&T Store
An ACU student's act of kindness grows into a budding relationship with the Abilene Fire Department.
Vineyard Apartments have been sold, and some of the families that still live in the apartments fear of what happens next.. However, community members and officials had a look inside of some of the residents home. Which prompted the city's code enforcement to come and take a look.
An Abilene Police Officer saves a woman's life by performing CPR until paramedics arrive outside the Taylor County Courthouse.
A former art teacher opens a new art supply store in Abilene.
Child advocate, Elizabeth Smart, visits Abilene to share her story and advice for empowering women.
Thanks to The Joseph Thomas Foundation, The Texas High School Foundation, Mobility Unlimited and endless support from the community, Cory Almanza has finally received a wheel chair lift.
With the flu season just around the corner, experts are releasing new recommendations for children getting vaccinations.
People plant gardens for a variety a different reasons. Some plant vegetables for food and others plant flowers for the beauty of it. A butterfly garden is supposed to attract butterflies
How do you feel about using a tablet at the drive-thru?
A Wichita Falls man is recovering in the Wichita County Jail this evening after breaking into a home and getting stabbed with a spear by the homeowner.
A Brownwood ISD program that distributes laptops to students aims to even the playing field between students of economic statuses.
McMurry University students are studying some of the most infamous serial killers in American history.
In June 2013, Emily Ramirez started the campaign, 'Keep Calm, Install Handicap Doors.' Since then, fifteen handicap doors have been installed throughout five Abilene school campuses.
Bowie Elementary Will Have A New Safety Feature in the Building
A common household chemical causes concern for pregnant women and their unborn babies.
A group of people from Brazil are here in Abilene to thank locals for playing a role in saving their village. Mission Abilene and a local church raised money to install water purification systems in Brazil.
Study of Willis Creek Could Remap Floodplain in Brownwood, saving homeowners thousands of dollars per year.
Employees of Chick-fil-A on Southwest Drive say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.
Taylor County to open new voting centers to replace mobile voting units.
Researchers say a new treatment for incontinence may help some women avoid surgery.
The commander of Airbase Volkel in the Netherlands returned to Sheppard Air Force Base Monday for an award. Colonel Peter Tankink was part of Sheppard's Euro-Nato Joint Jet Pilot Training Program, also know as ENJJPT in 1998.
Local Iraq veteran wants the community to know the real effects that PTSD has on so many people.
Students and staff alike are excited about the new faculty at Howard Payne University.
Military Veteran Peer Network in Abilene connects veterans with resources to help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Baird looking to Modernize Animal Control Ordinance to make sure they are still in compliance with Texas animal laws.
The weather starting to cool off around the Big Country reminds us that the cold and flu season is just around the corner. Here are some tips to keep yourself healthy this fall and winter.
Does it bother you to see tattoos on employees when you're at the store, a restaurant, etc?
One Local Couple Helps A Country in Africa with Water Safety
The wife of Jeffrey Johnson, the 33-year-old father and veteran killed during an officer-involved shooting last Friday, says he was dealing with post traumatic stress disorder.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
One Couple From Nolan County Celebrates Their 70th Anniversary
The community of Sweetwater united with the Make a Wish Foundation to put on a parade for a terminally ill six-year-old child.
The world of rodeo can be a dangerous sport, and no one sees the brunt of it better than Justin Sports Medicine.
Brownwood Regional Medical Center is making renovations to an old unit to provide Senior Behavioral Health Services.
Officers have followed a driver north on FM 600 to the Veterans Cemetery away from the Best Western after a stand off. One person is dead on the scene.
Businesses Hope to Revitalize South First Street
Researchers develop a new technique to correct a common heart defect in newborn infants that can save live.