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.
With a recent string of car thefts and break ins, your car has the potential to become a target. But, decreasing it's chances of it becoming a victim, are simple.
Members say they would not be willing to strike or boycott, emphasizing that they are not a union.
With the rain comes a lot of debris that gets into our lakes and rivers, but the city still keeps it clean.
The film featured historic moments for the football team, dating back to 1923 when the team won its first state championship.
With the rain coming down as hard as it did the past few days, some residents of the Key City are making the best out of a few wet days.
A jet skier struck an object in Lake Fort Phantom and was thrown from his watercraft.
With a now vacant building that used to be Sam's Club on South First street, businesses next door to the shell wonder who their new neighbor might be.
Several bus riders say the Greyhound waiting area in Abilene is too hot to handle.
The new Sam's Club location has people around town beginning to warm up to the fact that the store there to stay.
Abilene Police are still searching for a male suspect they believed held up a bank in S. Abilene.
Their neighbor claims it was out of self-defense, but her owners, say witnesses have told them otherwise.
Friday's fire not only left a woman and her disabled goddaughter homeless, but also had their neighbors wondering about their own homes safety.
Firefighters believe the fire may have been caused by a cigarette.
July Fourth brings neighbors and friends together for one family living on Country Place South in Abilene, Independence Day is how the Cook family was introduced to their neighbors.
After living in their home for only two days, a family has been displaced by a fire that ripped through their apartment complex on Wednesday morning.
A group of tenants at the Park Village Apartments in Snyder were given just a week notice to sign a new lease and pay more in rent or leave.
Deputies say it's the first of many steps before officially becoming an association.
The hotel was built in 1928 as a result of the influx of people going to the area to take part in the oil boom there.
Abigail Miller never expected her simple act of kindness to impact so many people.
With the summer heat reaching the triple digits, doctors warn people of being especially careful while being outside.
A 30 ft. ditch is raising concerns for parents and the Buffalo Gap fire chief.
Zoo workers have a specific protocol to ensure animals are safe during severe weather.
A North Abilene couple is afraid a pack of dogs roaming around their neighborhood will soon prove to be dangerous.
Breanna Camacho and Elexus Flores were killed in a N. Abilene car accident, but their family has made sure their impact continues.
The 12th annual Click It or Ticket campaign runs from May 20th to June 2nd as law enforcement officials crack down on seat-belt violations.
are the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes, so experts say if you
want to help out in getting rid of the West Nile Virus, clear out any
standing water near your home.
In January, Coach Quinn Conley's wife of forty years, Brenda, suffered a brain aneurysm, putting her in the hospital and taking him out of school to take care of her. Now, students are giving back to a man they say has changed their lives.
The halls at Colorado High School have seen some wear and tear over the years.
American Commercial College's Abilene campus has been closed until further notice, months after re-enrolling.
Melody Shelton is referring to a piece of her land that used to be filled with mesquite trees and native grass, now reduced to dirt and stumps.
Abilene cosmotology school owner starts a barber program.
They're there for you every step of the way, holding your hand with words of comfort and a constant smile.
The Town and Country Drive-in almost closed but not before the community came together to raise money for a digital conversion.