By this time of year, many are dealing with cold symptoms or allergy issues of some sort. But doctors urge you to get those sinus issues checked out, as it could be something more serious.
There was some excitement for a dining room full of people at Wienerschnitzel restaurant during the lunch-time rush Tuesday.
AISD Board of Trustees will have 180 days to take action once Dr. Shane Davidson submits letter of resignation.
Heart disease is still the number one killer of Americans. So this holiday season, why not give a loved one a gift to help keep them heart-healthy?
McMurry University professor designs a wrench that provides data to a tablet through a Bluetooth connection.
Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the U.S, and health experts are looking for ways to cut down on the number of calories kids have on a daily basis....
On the first day of KRBC's Light Up A Life, we sit down with Gay Dorsey, who shares her appreciation for those at Hendrick Hospice Care in Abilene.
We have been prepping you for it all week, and the cold weather is now finally here.
A Coleman man was shocked to discover that his tires had been slashed Friday night, only to find out that he was one of at least 20 locals who had been subject to the same crime.
Just an ordinary man spending his afternoon playing golf.... or is he?
Saturday the Abilene Society of Model Railroaders invited the entire community to join in on the train fun.
The Anson Lights of Christmas parade took place Saturday evening in downtown Anson.
It was a time for fun and giving.
Locals came together to remember the attacks on Pearl Harbor and to hear the story of one man who was on a ship bombed that infamous day.
Texas Tech will hold a news conference at 4:30 p.m. today at the Football Training Facility to address its football program.
Helicopter experiences mechanical issues, forcing it to make an emergency landing.
"I looked up and this helicopter was going up and down, up and down," says Philip Compton.
Many must get used to this type of scenario in order to graduate as an EMT.
A group of strangers have joined the very special cause to help Braiden.
During the winter season many people turn to simple, familiar foods that remind them of childhood. The problem is that many of these so-called comfort foods are high in calories or fat...
Ever since Black Friday, folks seem to be bargain hungry, and they're eating up every opportunity to score a good deal. The problem? Often times, it leads to overspending, and can even trigger spouts of depression.
Veterans are conducting some special events Friday to remember the attack on Pearl Harbor 71 years ago today.
Several Albany homeowners were evacuated after a fire erupted at a nearby gas propane company building.
Family Self Sufficiency program gives families opportunities to become independent.
All couples disagree from time to time, but knowing how to work through conflict can help keep the relationship strong...
Frustrating news comes to cash-for-gold stores around Abilene, as the city increases regulation of how long businesses are required to hold precious and scrap metals. We looked into why businesses say the new ordinance is keeping them from a bright future, but police believe it will reduce crime.
Local lake levels are continuing to decline after a very dry fall season
Some 20 cases per month have been found in Abilene alone this year.
Morning sickness plagues many women during pregnancy, but there are some steps that can help relieve the symptoms...
It's the sound that's being heard throughout all liquor stores in Abilene.
Along with all the holiday events this time of year, often comes an uninvited guest...the flu! And while influenza vaccines are more readily available than ever before, some still decide to shy away from the needle, because of the side-effects.
At 18 years old, Austin Sellers has shed the weight, broken state records, can bench press 725 lbs., and now holds the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters World Championship title.
Wednesday will start off a bit cooler, but it is shaping up to be very similar to Tuesday once the sun rises.
Most of the members of this grassroots committee are parents themselves.
She was Abilene's first female physician, has had a hand in nearly everything done at her alma mater over the past eight decades, and Tuesday, Dr. Virginia Connally joined the ranks of less than one-percent of the United States population -- she turned 100 years old.
As promised, the cold front is now off to our south and the winds have
shifted and are now bringing in cooler air from the north.
You have a little more than three weeks to get your holiday shopping done. Not looking forward to the crowds, the traffic and the decorating? There are ways to enjoy the season...
The effects of the drought are still felt as the pecan crop is harvested at an orchard in Cross Plains.
The state's STAAR test will not affect students' final grades this school year.
On Friday, the Texas Education Commissioner made the announcement at a conference in Austin.
The news, reflects a recent push by individual districts who want a complete overhaul of the state's testing system.
More warm conditions Monday with temperatures 15 to 20 degrees above average.
An Abilene man was pulled over for expired tags, but after police investigate, he's now facing charges of aggravated kidnapping.
The gun and blade show came to town this weekend, setting up shop at the Taylor County Expo Center .
In the spirit of giving this holiday season, the Christian Service Center is rewarding people who volunteer throughout the community.
Every item on display comes from a very special place.
Saturday provided the perfect weather for a zombie apocalypse to take over Buffalo Gap.
Will Abilene's Town & Country Drive-in Theater go digital -- or dark?
Abilene Christian University's department of interior design held it's second annual Gingerbread House Construction competition early Saturday morning.
Police tell KTAB that as a train was approaching the bridge at Butternut and South First, the conductor noticed a man laying on the tracks.
The 10 year-old lost his battle after two years, but that brief time was enough to leave an impact on anyone around him.
"Our House" provides young males with the necessities to become self-sufficient.