It seems to have brought up more questions than anything else.
A new airport in Cisco has been in the works for years, but there's one thing standing in the way of it becoming a reality.
The mother of Janet Wannett Campbell testified for the prosecution this morning.
A few clouds will appear Tuesday as temperatures in the Big Country yet again top out in the 90s.
It was a homecoming game like none other.
Dozens of malnourished and neglected horses are now at Abilene's animal shelter. 35 horses are being nursed back to health and put up for adoption. The owner is facing criminal charges including two counts of cruelty to animals.
There is a new assault on sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages,
with multiple studies linking them to unnecessary weight gain.
The Eastland County Water Supply District has now taken a firm stance against letting a gas company pump natural gas through an old pipeline, despite the company's desire to start as early as November.
Lawyers are selecting a jury to hear a strange criminal trial.
There will be a calm start to this work week with temperatures slightly above average.
Three men are behind bars after an armed robbery in north Abilene Saturday night, thanks to a witness's keen eye and a confession.
Music is a common passion that many share here in the Big Country. And Sunday, several talented musicians got together to jam out. We were there and spoke with two very different people, who share the exact same love for playing music.
Hundreds of people from all over the Big Country met at the Rose Park Senior Citizens Center in Abilene Saturday morning, all for a good cause.
Getting up and standing, instead of sitting, can do more than help you stay fit or lose weight...
Children safety is at risk with no crossing guard at Johnston Elementary.
We spoke with a hotel manager, that relies heavily on customers staying from out of town, often working on jobs related to wind turbines, oil projects, and other trade work going on in Abilene, about how the fluctuating wind industry is affecting the Big Country.
Two of the teenagers injured that one-vehicle accident in Brown County near Zephyr on Thursday are hospitalized in Fort Worth.
As we head into our last full day of Summer 2012, we are looking at another nice one with temperatures in the low 90s under mostly sunny skies.
It's a way to know that her light will never stop shining.
This summer's drought and heat have forced many to seek refuge indoors -- including the poisonous kind...
It's been one year since an Abilene baby was shaken and injured by his babysitter. Austin Westbrook was 3-months-old when his babysitter shook him violently causing serious brain damage. Austin's mother, Jennifer says Austin is making improvements but there is still a long road ahead.
A Brownwood restaurant is back in business after it was severely damaged when a car crashed into it about a month ago.
A grand jury indicted 22-year-old Justin Newman of Mineral Wells for intoxication manslaughter.
In the end it doesn't matter whether Neves wins or not.
Shop owner chases thief to recover stolen goods.
More Texas cities are banning the use of cell phones while driving. Tuesday morning, an Amarillo City Commission voted 4-1 to restrict the use of hand held devices for drivers. Mayor of Abilene Norm Archibald says while the idea hasn't been brought up in Abilene just yet, he'd like to see drivers all make a collective effort to stay safe.
The mayor of Abilene is asking all of us to put down the phone when we are driving today.
We've now gotten ourselves into a much more dry and tranquil weather pattern.
Reiter has been missing for more than a week now and many of her friends have made it their mission to find her.
Morning may be busy, but here's some tips to prepare quick, nutritious meals to give your child a head start on the day...
It is a story that gives hope to pet owners all over the country, using a dog's own stem cells to cure problem areas.
A two-alarm fire destroyed two businesses and a church in south Abilene Tuesday morning. Now, members of the congregation are picking up the pieces and looking ahead.
Firefighters are still giving a fire on Butternut all they have as it continues to rage on.
Tuesday will start off a bit chaotic. There are some storms rolling across the Big Country that are causing some significant hail.
Police say he was wearing headphones at the time.
Many women have a hard time getting back to usual following treatment for breast cancer.
A unique program is trying to help the healing....
A local women talks about taking self defense after the 10 year anniversary of Jennifer Servo's unsolved murder and her own family member's murder.
The family of a 77-year-old Cleburne, Texas, woman arrested during a traffic stop says a formal apology and anger management training for the officer are needed to make things right.
Fire investigators in Eastland Country are looking for the cause of the fire that destroyed a vacant house in Cisco.
A bit foggy Monday morning, but that will burn off as soon as the sun rises.
One of the most famous cases in Abilene marks its 10th anniversary Sunday. You may remember in 2002, local news reporter, Jennifer Servo, was brutally murdered. And ten years later, the case remains unsolved.
A Seymour woman was thrown from her car and killed in a wreck in Throckmorton County Friday afternoon.
Brownwood was a destination for many this weekend as families flocked there to check out the annual Reunion Celebration.
Fans no longer have to be welcomed by a trashcan.
For those with spinal cord injuries, Project Walk;s style of therapy is offering assistance that goes beyond normal rehabilitation.
A Texas woman is in Boston for a life-changing surgery.
September is national "Male Cancer Awareness Month", and one Abilene man is dedicating this month to raising awareness about the disease. We sat down with him today to find out more.
Friday, the post-frontal clouds associated with all that great rain we got Thursday will stick around.
They sure can taste the difference.
Fair-goers are no stranger to the rain at The West Texas Fair And Rodeo. In fact, it's rained at the fair almost every year since it began. Rides were closed Thursday morning as downpours pushed through.