4-H Horse Show Attracts Many Competitors to Abilene. Many businesses see the effects of the increase visitors.
More Research Needed for E-Cigarettes to learn about the effects they have on your health.
Eating yogurt with probiotics may help people with hypertension to lower their blood pressure.
Rent-A-Center, known mainly for renting furniture and electronics, is launching a smartphone rental program. Would you ever rent a phone?
Hot Abilene Nights hosted its 2nd annual event at Big Country Race Way.
Researchers say a non-invasive test could help predict if pregnant women will deliver premature babies.
Nothing like the feeling of a dip in the cool water on a hot summer day. But it's WARM water that helps people with arthritis.
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil spoke with a local doctor, and has food allergy info every parent should know.
If you're a caffeine drinker, you may find it has a surprising benefit. Drinking a cup of joe may help our exercise.
New blood test hopes to detect Alzheimer's symptoms early.
New technology gives patients with spinal injuries a new way to walk.
Crooks are hooking you with pictures of cute, adorable puppies online. They take your money, and your info, and disappear.
Swimmer's ear is a common problem, especially in the summer months. Recent Guidelines stress not to use oral antibiotics to treat the painful condition.
Abilene Fire Department Prepare for 4th of July Firework Show
We're used to plenty of sunshine here in the big country, especially during the summer. While you may already protect your body from the sun, it's important to not forget about protection for your eyes as well.
Two Related Cases of the Measles Confirmed in Taylor County
An estimated 2.2 steroid epidurals are given to older Americans each year to relieve back pain. Now, a new study in the New England Medical Journal questions the practice.
If you're traveling for the July 4th Holiday, you don't have to toss your good eating habits aside. You can eat well whether you're hopping in the car or catching a plane.
Up and Coming Neighborhoods Featured in Abilene Home Parade
Would you rather take several short vacations throughout the year, or one long getaway each year?
It may sound strange, but some people aren't happy unless their schedule is booked up, and they're constantly checking tasks off a to-do list.
Last Day of Book Sale at the Civic Center
Abilene Nurse Shares CPR Experience After Accident
An Abilene Woman Climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro For a Big Cause
Police responded to a 911 disturbance call around 6:45 to the 400 block of Portland Avenue. Upon arrival, officers found Hijinio Estevan Moreno, 40, shot and was pronounced dead on scene. Police arrested Randy Vialpando in connection with the shooting.
Art Walk Ruined By Hail Storm in Downtown
While we're drawn outside for summertime activities, Abilene doctors want to remind you that every moment you spend outside, without protecting your skin, can do some major damage.
When summer time hits, lots of families go on vacation and college students go home. But what happens to the nonprofit organizations that rely on volunteers to help during the summer?
American Red Cross Practice Disaster Drills
Summer Time Means More Students Looking for Summer Jobs
Elkins Davis Says He Didn't Bring a Gun on School Grounds
Many people are finally breathing easier now that cedar tree allergies are behind us. But now with the change of season, comes a new set of concerns--grass allergies.
World War II Veteran Shares His Story for Memorial Weekend
National Nurses Week just wrapped up, and one local hospital is reminding everyone there is a major shortage of nurses, not only around the country, but right here in Abilene.
Habit for Humanity Sees More Women Volunteers
Wild Fire Scares One Neighborhood
David Bacon interviews Cooper Runningback, Trey Dye, after the Crosstown Showdown.
With interstates getting people from point "A" to point "B" faster, some might say the thrill of an adventure is gone. The Texas Historical Commission is working to bring the flare that Route 66 has to the Bankhead Highway.
A student from ACU is studying Bible studies in hopes to get Kenya peaceful again, following the events in Kenya last week.
Marilyn and Allin Rodman have not heard or seen their son since May, and with time passing, they are looking to the public for help.
With the added rain the workers that our lives depend on are at risk along with ours.
In light of Thursday morning's events at Abilene High, social media was a blessing and a curse.
After residents of Campus Court spoke at a city council meeting, the city council of Abilene switched Campus Court from a collector street to a local street.
They may share the same county, but when it comes to football, these two towns are nothing but competitors.
One of the oldest businesses in Cisco will shut down at the end of the year.
Any student who doesn't complete the required tests to obtain their GED by Dec. will have to start all over.
A student at Eula High School was rushed to the hospital after a rattlesnake bit her toe.
Just a few years after a family restores the city's only movie theater, they may be forced to shut it down.
The City of Abilene is not enforcing its own code regarding high grass and weeds at city properties. The grass, weeds, or bushes are not suppose to be higher than 12 inches, but at the city pump station on South Danville and Brief Street that isn't the case.
During its Tuesday meeting, the Developmental Corporation of Abilene approved financial assistance for two businesses moving to the Key City.