Do you buy the same food every grocery trip? If so, researchers say that can be dangerous for your health.
25-year-old Jason Hood claims he passed out while in jail due to his inability to obtain insulin while there.
The Rattlesnake Roundup is expected to attract around 50,000 people to Sweetwater and many businesses are looking forward to the busy weekend ahead.
He's known around town as Zumba Jason and owns his own Zumba studio inside the Mall of Abilene. He's a busy guy but even with his chaotic schedule, he finds the time to volunteer.
Howard Payne students are headed to South Padre Island for spring break. Their mission: to spread the word of God.
The Brownfield building in Snyder is set to be torn down after being up for sale for five years.
Do you have ab envy? Today's Smart Woman report shows us how to get abs like the movie stars.
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Along with March comes the beginning of spring gardens. Like last year, those at Highland Church Of Christ in Abilene will be working hard outside in their garden.
Set up has begun in Nolan County for the annual rattlesnake round up.
Hendrick Medical Center is preparing for the worst. We get an inside look at how they train for a disaster.
Arrive Alive Tour in town to show college students the dangers of texting while driving.
Getting children to eat healthy meals is not just a problem at home, but also at school. A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health looks at what schoolkids are eating and how healthy changes in the menu are making a difference.
A New Jersey teenager sues her parents for tuition at her private high school, living expenses, and she wants them to commit to paying her college tuition.
KTAB Brownwood Bureau Reporter Kimberly Sears reports from the Brown County Elections Office.
When it comes to fish, what is healthy for your family?
We want to know if you'll be hitting the polls today, or if you've already cast your ballot. Or maybe, you are skipping out this go-round?
Many Have Reported Receiving Phone Calls Asking For Their Personal Information.
Hendrick Hospice Care announced Monday night that they have started plans to construct a new state-of-the-art hospice care facility.
Dwayne Tucker and Kyle Kendrick are both vying for the position of County Commissioner Precinct 2. Since there is no Democratic challenger, the winner will be determined in the primary.
March is National Nutrition month. How can we eat healthy and not let it break the bank?
Spring is not even here yet, but it's time to start thinking about summer. Summer camps, anyway. Do you think summer camps are a fading tradition, or will you be sending your kid this year?
Police is looking for your help in identifying a man related to a forgery case.
Hundreds Came To Honor March 2nd As A Day Of Freedom.
After some wintry weather on Sunday, most Big Country roadways were clear Monday morning
The latest delays, cancellations, and closings are here at BCH.Com
Saturday's high of 85 gave way to a Monday morning low of 12
It's no surprise that with warmer temperatures, more people are willing to stay out longer.
Whole community comes together in efforts to fight grass fire.
The movie "Son of God" attracted two sold out shows full of people to an Abilene theater.
Mike Holder was fired from the Brown County Sheriff's Department, but now he wants to second the record straight.
If you have road rage or drive a long commute to work, you may be affecting your health.
An Abilene woman volunteers her time to find your missing library books.
When times get tough many people around the world including the Big Country turn to the power of prayer to comfort them. For one McMurry student the power of prayer is not only helping him through a tough period in his life, but he's helping others, as well.
This week on KRBC's Do My Job, Morning Meteorologist Adrian Castellano learns what it takes to run a multiple attraction facility.
Are you bored with the gym? Today's Smart Woman report shows how you can rev up your workout.
More Women Are Obtaining Their CHL In The Last Two Years.
Sometimes we go to work sick or know someone who has, an Abilene doctor speaks about dealing with germs at the office.
Remembering to turn the lights off can save money on the electric bill. But when the day gets busy, it's easy to forget. One Abilene business made the change to automatic lights to conserve energy.
Local Says They Are Receiving The Wrong Prescription From Local Pharmacies.
During cold and flu season most of us either work in close proximity with sick co-workers, or deal with symptoms ourselves. So how do we know whether to stay home, or head in to work when we're feeling ill?
Do you communicate differently in person than on Facebook? We look at why the most introverted of people seem to open up online.
KTAB's investigative reporter, Victor Sotelo, takes a look at how much legal proceedings that require court-appointed attorneys cost tax payers.
Wednesday a judge out of San Antonio said that the ban on same sex marriage is unconstitutional and that set waves of opposition and support from across the state. Even churches are standing behind the ruling, in support of the LGBT community.
Holly Firfer takes a look at the latest statistics on obesity in America.
It's no surprise that the increase in oil and gas production means more jobs, and companies in the Abilene area are looking to meet that demand every day.
Gone are the days of cigarette breaks. In fact, many employers say you won't be considered for a job, even if you only light up in the privacy of your own home.
Dyess Receiving Honor For The Resource's Their Chapel Provides
The owners of Gene's Campers & Repair is closing its doors Friday to focus on a medical ministry they started years ago.
After two bus accidents in two days, an AISD school bus driver asks that motorists be more cautious when driving around school buses.