Cooper high starts program that rewards students for positive behavior.
The soda fountain has been brought back to life.
Tonight, our Child Lures Prevention series focuses on what child safety expert Ken Wooden calls the authority lure.
Study uncovers new evidence that could explain what puts a child at a higher risk for developing Autism...
For servers at Texas Roadhouse, today's lunch was filled with fascinating stories from veterans.
A growing number of people in Abilene are asking "what if," readying themselves and their families for the unknown.
It's called "prepping" and you may have already seen it portrayed on reality television.
But even here in the Big Country there are those who just don't want to take any chances
There is a patriotic demonstration in celebration of Veteran's Day near downtown Abilene.
The main story to talk about Monday is the cold.
Telling the story of World War II through letters written home, Buffalo Gap Historic Village opened their newest exhibit, "Letters Home" Sunday to give visitors a different side of war.
The Abilene Independent School District is asking the state to take a closer look at standardized testing for students -- and they want the community's input.
Parts of Interstate 20 in Nolan County will be closed beginning Monday so crews can fix a bridge that was damaged in September.
Abilene Police are actively investigating a wreck that sent one person to a Lubbock hospital in critical condition early Saturday morning.
A man was sent to jail after a wreck in South Abilene early Saturday morning.
A wreck on Loop 322 just before midnight Friday sent two people to the hospital.
Pro-Life groups celebrate the closing of Planned Parenthood; say there is still more to do.
An entire city has come to honor him.
Flu season is here. It's something we hear every year in the fall. But how much do you really know about the virus?
Local patients planning to undergo OB/GYN surgery may now have another option besides invasive procedures like a hysterectomy. We visited Abilene Regional Medical Center to look into the newest surgical technology in Abilene, a robot, named Da Vinci.
Abilene ISD students celebrated Veteran's Day Friday morning with multiple events.
More windy conditions out there Friday as winds gust upwards of 35 MPH by the afternoon.
Tonight, our Child Lures Prevention series focuses on what child saftey expert Ken Wooden calls the seduction lure.
Five-year old says he is being bullied on school bus; parents are not getting answers from school.
It's a way for McMurry faculty to show just how important veterans are within the community.
Once the bell rings, many schoolchildren are ready to call it a day. But one program has kids sticking around after class, in the name of wellness...
It was only a week ago when there was big question mark as to whether or not the annual Veterans Thanksgiving Dinner would happen. But in seven short days, one Abilene woman has turned everything around and announced Thursday, they are officially moving forward with the yearly feast.
Based in an unassuming building on Conrad Hilton Boulevard in Cisco, Southwest Emblem's business extends well past the Big Country -- and it all started with a small shop and a big dream.
The annual Thanksgiving holiday feast at the Abilene Civic Center is back on the schedule.
Wind and warmth will be the story Thursday.
In our continuing Child Lures prevention series we examine one of the most effective, the assistance lure.
Residents and employees are excited about the passing of three propositions in Nolan County.
Faculty are looking for a way to make up for the loss.
We all know that exercise is good for our health but did you know that getting even modest amounts can add years to your life?
Most children love animals and can get caught off guard by lures involving them.
While looking at predictions the morning after the election, McMurry students found that there was a huge drop in the number of voters from 2008 who did not vote in this election.
Dentists are helping a charity fix the smiles of domestic abuse victims.
At the hospital inside the Lipscomb University nursing school, every bed is full. However, each of the 19 patients doesn't run the risk of actually dying.
A small business in downtown Baird is manufacturing to the masses -- an inside look at the lollipop factory that's gone from the Big Country to the globe.
In a true testament to the saying "every vote counts" -- just two votes separated the wet-dry election results in Eastland.
Over 25 million people in the U.S. suffer from chronic sinus infections, and although the traditional treatment is to prescribe antibiotics to fight the condition, health officials are saying we could be creating a super sinus bug resistant to these drugs....
Many locals knew exactly who they were voting for as they headed to the polls, but for some it was a little bit harder to decide.
Students were not the only ones that were able to cast their ballots on election day. The Region 14 Education Services hosted their second mock election, complete with full coverage from a mock newscast.
We're looking at a perfect day to go to the polls with temperatures expected to be a few degrees warmer than they were Monday with sunny skies.
The routine never seems to grow old.
They were at the gate at the Abilene Regional Airport to receive him with open arms.
Friends and family celebrate the life of Breanna Camacho.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year, more than 900,000 people suffer from a heart attack in the U.S. Not only does it take a toll on the patient and the patient's loved ones, it can also affect their workplace...
Many people say that because their state typically goes one way, their vote doesn't matter. But, some Hardin-Simmons students say that isn't always true.
Whether you're an Obama fan or Romney supporter, it seems vandals aren't discriminating when it comes to stealing presidential campaign signs in one Abilene neighborhood.
The week starts out with mostly sunny skies.