A third dog has been shot in the Big Country.
It's day one in the murder trial of Amber Lowery and new information has been shared through witness testimonies.
If you're the parent of a student athlete, you know the excitement of watching your child compete, but with competition comes the possibilities of injuries. What's the best way to approach your teen's school when it comes to your adolescent's safety?
The Michael Lowery trail began today with the jury selection.
According to a driver in the incident, a truck and his vehicle were bumper to bumper for about eight blocks.
A local town is turning the color purple for a good cause.
Teen pregnancies have been decreasing over the past few decades. Experts hope to continue that trend with newly released recommendations.
Whether you like your coffee hot or cold, sweet or strong, it's a popular pick-me-up that is sure to please. Corporate companies like Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts are always good for a quick grab-and go, but customers often prefer the inviting environment and community feel local coffee shops provide.
Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police solve a recent commercial burglary case.
The Abilene Zoo will be closing the giraffe exhibit but only temporarily, due to renovations.
The City of Abilene hosted its first duathlon which involved a 2 mile run, 12 mile bike ride, and ended with a 2 mile run.
Hot air balloon pilots prepared this morning, September 26th, to take flight in preparation for the Abilene Balloon Festival.
Brownwood Sheriff's Office participated in qualifications test at Camp Bowie.
Cooper students are dealing with the loss of a fellow classmate after a deadly bicycle accident Friday morning.
The Abilene Balloon Fest started this morning with the media balloon flight.
Researchers hope a new test focused on a child's reaction time to sights and sounds will help to diagnose autism earlier.
Coffee Club: Are you concerned about GMO foods?
Abilene City Council approved a water rate increase during today's, September 25th, city council meeting.
A group of coworkers come together to help the community.
The 7th Security Forces Squadron medically retired a military working dog who has served with them for 8 years.
Comic books have been found on shelves since the 1930s, but in today's world the illustrated pages are more commonly seen on the big screen.
Visits to the hospital can sometimes include unforeseen expenses. How you can avoid hidden costs.
Saving Water While Getting Pampered
Have the ongoing domestic violence cases with some NFL players impacted your football-watching habits?
Bacteria in your body is generally thought to be a bad thing, even a medical concern. But not so when it comes to your digestive health.
The Abilene Fire Department is always there to help. Now the department is in need of help themselves. That help can only come in the form of more firefighters.
The National WASP Museum in Sweetwater is continuing its expansion project with the help of a loan approval.
The Old Taylor County Courthouse looks to the future for renovations as it turns 100 years old.
Residents around Lake Stamford are still worried about the natural gas condensate that leaked into their lake leaving an oily-like substance in the water.
The City of Brownwood is looking at options to prevent future flooding around Willis Creek.
Researchers develop a new therapy method for treating those suffering Complicated Grief.
Haskell County residents say they are very concerned about their health after a natural gas spill at Lake Stamford.
While smartphones can help us in our daily lives, for some the devices can also be psychologically controlling.
Several hours after confirming the first human case of West Nile Virus in Wichita Falls, health officials announced a second case.
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.