Fishing poles, ammo, or running shoes, Weakley Watson has been a one stop shop for sporting goods for hundreds of years.
The Abilene city council has hand picked people from different walks of life to help improve the quality of life in the Key City. They won't be in the basement of the City Hall, they will actually be in the field meeting the people that the money will help.
HSU Freshman Halls Will Have a New Look for the fall semester.
He grew up visiting the Abilene Zoo and now an Abilene man is helping to keep it clean.
The City of Abilene is combating mosquitoes in a different way this summer, they say it is more effective.
Use of painkillers has skyrocketed recently. Find out if they're really safe.
Here in Texas, we see a lot of sunshine. Are you concerned with skin cancer risks at all? Or do you think there's too much hype about protecting your skin?
Dr. Kent Brantly, a former ACU student, and now doctor has contracted what some say is the most deadly virus in the world. His former professors spoke about their former student's resilience and compassion for others.
Air Force men and women talk about how they were prepared to be deployed, but not prepared to miss their families.
Bull riding is bringing hundreds of young professional riders to Abilene for a Youth Bull Riding Competition. Participants from all over the country competed in several events to get to the finals.
Expo Center Economic Impact on Abilene
Keith Steinbach was in the Air Force for almost a decade, but now, he is pursuing a career through his YouTube videos.
Find out more about the deadly Ebola virus that is spreading in Africa.
Recent crime at The Grove apartments in Northeast Abilene has prompted the complex to increase it's security. After a stabbing that left a 19-year-old dead, management enforced new policies.
Reverend Bill Libby, a McMurry University professor and radio co-host of "The Professors", says him and two students were in Israel the day the militant group Hamas launched rockets into Israel.
There have been several accidents recently involving 18-wheelers, here is a look at truck driver safety.
Today marked a very special day at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Brownwood.
Would a curfew for teenagers help keep crime down?
Moro VFD chose to leave the Rural Fire Committee after disagreeing about a new way that the committee is dispersing funds received from the county.
Find out how to keep your body hydrated in this summer heat.
Friends are still in shock and disbelief as to why 19-year-old Kaleb Cory 's young life was taken too soon.
The childhood friend and former football coach of the 19-year-old male killed by a stabbing say he was outgoing and loyal.
The people of Brownwood can expect to see a new grocery store in town very soon.
Chief Stan Standridge says that the altercation at The Grove Apartments that left one young man dead and others injured began as a large party that was communicated about on social media.
Neighbors wonder where congregation went
Ambler Avenue commuters will soon have a smoother ride.
Running and the benefits on your heart, a look at what some new research suggests.
A bikini-clad Paris Hilton chows down on a cheeseburger for Carl's Jr.'s latest advertisement. Does this kind of marketing really work?
Abilene police are looking for anonymous information that helps them get a dangerous robber off the streets.
A former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene was arrested Saturday, July 26 on a tampering with physical evidence charge in connection to a child death case.
Former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene Martha "Bit" Whitaker was arrested Saturday in connection to the Tiffany Klapheke child neglect case.
A Texas Game Warden Shares His Experience on the Border.
When the counterfeit were first thrown into circulation, they were mostly affecting local retailers. Now that the fake bills have been in circulation for a few weeks they are beginning to affect people who are looking to make a quick buck in their yard. Now they are forced to eat the lost and it's not sitting well with some.
Abilene Police Motorcycle Officer and a dog collided this morning.
Guardian Exteriors, a nationwide roofing company, made an impact on a local man's life by replacing his roof free of charge.
New surgery adds a brain implant to help deaf children hear.
The newest security measure to protect your info. Motorola says users of its Moto X smartphone can unlock their phones with a digital tattoo.
In Abilene; school recourse officers have a vital role in the children's lives in school. Not only do they have their own office in the school, but they are there everyday with them. Not only protecting them, but mentoring them.
The Abilene Citizens for Fair Government have started a petition to amend term limits for city council members and the Mayor.
4-H Horse Show Attracts Many Competitors to Abilene. Many businesses see the effects of the increase visitors.
Life will never be the same for three friends who set out to change the lives of others.
One more day down of hard work for Waldrop construction as they continue to build the new fire station for the Brownwood fire department.
School is out for the summer and new construction is in session!
You can find along Treadaway Blvd, tapping his feet, bobbing his head and cheerfully singing along to his guitar.
APD's investigation into the BB/air gun vandalism continues. As of late yesterday afternoon, over 100 incidents involving criminal mischief related to damage caused by air guns, had been reported to APD. No arrests have been made.
In this week's local health story, Nora Hartfeil investigates the health benefits of essential oils.
An employee at an Alabama elementary school is developing an app to help in the case of a lockdown.
A Sweetwater man says he plans to remove a pit bull-mix from his property after the dog was accused of killing numerous cats around the neighborhood.
Recent numbers indicate drivers involved in accidents are not wearing seat belts.
Find out where your tax dollars may be heading. Taylor County budget hearings are in session for two more days.