Abilene Independent School District took advantage of this bad weather make-up school day to honor and remember this special holiday.
Strong winds and rain made their presence in the Big Country this morning only lasting for a couple of hours, but leaving behind damage and destruction.
Veterans returning from war are finding assistance through yoga and meditation.
An elderly man was caught in an SUV in flooding in Boerne, Texas. Bystanders were able to pull him from the vehicle and bring him to safety.
It's not every Sunday that planes fly over Elm Dale Baptist Church, but for the past 29 years on the Sunday of Memorial Weekend it has become a tradition. The Big Country Squadron Commemorative Air Force, a group of volunteer pilots who are Air Force Veterans, flew vintage aircraft in formation to kick off Elm Dale's Memorial worship service.
Memorial is a holiday when Americans take the time to recognize those who were in the armed forces who lost their lives. One Big Country veteran shares how the holiday is special for him.
The San Angelo band Whiskey Skyline is performing for the first time ever in Abilene.
Students from Hardin Simmons University are biking across Texas to gain leadership skills.
The Regional Victim Crisis Center is looking for more volunteers in the area.
A Big Country school said thanks to local military members..
A woman picks up an injured dog off the side of the highway.
It's just about every kid's dream who grows up in Abilene to play in Shotwell Stadium. Thanks to Abilene High's senior football players, for some those dreams are coming true.
A new community development center is in the works for the Key City. Why developers chose to break ground on the north side of town.
You may not think about the work EMT's and paramedics do until you need them.
After a string of bad luck one Big Country church receives a helping hand from a local business owner.
Doctors could soon be able to diagnose cancer earlier than ever.
A Dyess Elementary student's brand new Spiderman bike was stolen right from his front yard, only a few steps from the door.
The river is currently flowing with more than 24 feet of water, one foot below the flood level of the area.
You could be giving your money to people who don't even need it because there are people out there pretending to be disabled veterans who have neither been disabled nor served in the military.
Texans with intractable epilepsy have hope for more successful seizure treatment.
New problems are faced in gardens this year because of soaking rains.
Recent rain has brought up lake levels, but before the storm water gets to the lake, there is a specific order of events that have to occur first.
A group of students from Early are representing their high school at an international competition.
An elderly woman in Houston has had roofing problems since Hurricane Ike and hasn't receive help until now.
Are you ready to enjoy the summer weather? Going out in the Sun means wearing sunscreen. What should you look for when buying sunscreen?
A local BBQ says changes in beef prices is helping business.
A cell phone recording from Cisco is sparking a debate about a citizen's right to record during police presence. .
Getting a dental check-up means more than getting teeth examined.
Neighbors are calling it a close call after an early morning lightning strike causes a home to go up in flames.
Up to 45 million people have IBS, an illness that can cause discomfort for many years. Now new blood testing could help diagnose the disease.
Long time residents are defending their city after a popular three word slogan started circulating around Abilene.
As summer approaches, school is out, and more children enjoy playing outside. There's one thing that parents should be more aware of after their children and pets come back inside, ticks.
Texas DPS seized over 37 pounds of Marijuana in a traffic stop on Thursday. The pot found has a street value of over $226,000.
A San Angelo man is in jail facing charges of possession with the intent to promote child pornography.
Saturday was one of many fundraisers put into place to help Cory Almanza raise money to put a handicap accessible shower in his home. Friends and family are thrilled that Saturday's project went so well.
A moderate to strong El Nino is now expected within the coming months. What does this mean for folks in the Big Country?
The Big Country community continues to provide much needed support for residents affected by the tornado that hit south of Cisco.
While Lake Leon is overflowing, many other Big Country lakes are still low. Hubbard Creek Reservoir at Breckenridge is still less than 20% full.
Boaters are rejoicing because the recent rains are restoring lake levels and that means recreation out in the water.
There's much more behind the life of one Abilene teacher. Find out about his second life before he started teaching...
Members and friends at St. Paul United Methodist Church of Abilene helped to clean up the debris and damage from Saturday's storms.
The lessons are the same but the tools are changing. How teachers are keeping up with the times...
While local lakes and reservoirs are benefiting from the recent rains, flooded streets are a hassle for residents.
KTAB and KRBC got to take an aerial tour of Eastland County with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller to assess the damage from the weekend storms that dropped a deadly tornado south of Cisco.
After losing one of their own in a motorcycle accident over the weekend, Dyess Air Force Base is reminding drivers to always watch out for motorcycles.
Fitness has become increasingly popular in the recent years and there are more injuries to show for it.
Why the demand for immigration legal services is rising in the Big Country.....
After several gun related crimes rock a south Abilene neighborhood, resident worry about their future.
All the recent rain has led to flooding which has backed up some city sewer systems. Streets in Ranger are filled with 2-3 inches of water which has gotten inside homes and damaged garages filled with sentimental items.
People that reside on Peach Street in Abilene are concerned after several crimes involving a gun took place in the neighborhood. Residents are taking measures to ensure their safety.