Happy birthday to the man serving the Big Country its news for over 35 years.
Bob Bartlett Celebrates 35 Years with KTAB News
Bob Bartlett speaks to the Mayor of Ballinger Sam Mallory.
Brittany Pelletz and Bob Bartlett speak to Sweetwater's new mayor Jim Mckenzie.
Mayor of Brownwood Stephen Haynes has joined us to talk about what the great city of Brownwood has going on right now and what they are planning for the future.
Fire Chief Del Albright tells KTAB News about their new, much needed fire house.
Not many people can say their child has perfect attendance from kindergarten through high school. But KTAB anchor, Bob Bartlett can say that about all five of his children.
Team coverage of 2014 Big Country Elections
One Abilene man has been a big part of the community for several years with organizations such as meals on wheels and even helping out Big Country residents. In return, he has been entered into a national contest put on by Home Instead's "Salute to Senior Services".
Hardin Simmons University is holding its annual art competition and students are just a day away from hearing the results.
KTAB is launching a new initiative called "Your Safe City". It is an effort by KTAB, not only to provide you with the news that is happening in Abilene, the Big Country and the Heartland, but if it involves crime, we will also try to offer you information on how to protect yourself and family from the same thing happening to you, and what do to if it does.
Can cash rewards help people lose weight at work? A new study finds it can, but it's even better when employees compete for the money.
Nutrition labels are everywhere. They're on things like soups, cereals and salad dressings, but how many of the numbers do you actually digest?
It's Valentine's Day, a time for amour. To quote an Andrew Lloyd Webber play, "Love changes everything," especially when it comes to your health, both physically and mentally.
Just days after the Grammy Awards were seen here on KTAB, a Grammy winning Violinist was on the campus of Hardin-Simmons University
We invited Grant Rampy to join us for some analysis of the second presidential debate.
Arthritis can strike at any age, causing stiffness and pain. But there are advances in treatment.
Many people rely on whitening products to make their teeth brighter. But some patients are paying a high price for that million dollar smile, and they're paying with pain.
Candidates for local and county offices debated tonight.
Women who have a mastectomy usually undergo a long painful process before reconstruction surgery.
But now a new at home technology is making the preparation a lot easier for breast cancer survivors.
One of the airplanes Britain used to fight off the Nazis was the Spitfire.
The local Tea Party hosted an open forum for the public to ask questions of both Taylor County Sheriff Candidates.
An unusual request at the Abilene school board meeting tonight.
New numbers show the demand for sexual therapy drugs has skyrocketed over the past couple of years and as a result so has the number of counterfeit pills.
Ashley furniture gave out bags of Christmas dinners to 100 families tonight.
Holiday travelers are filling airline seats to and from Abilene Regional Airport.
It was a full house this evening as family and friends attended ACU's winter commencements.
The Taylor County Sheriff's Department welcomed new deputies during an awards and promotions ceremony this afternoon.
We spoke with a woman who really appreciates the meaning of volunteering.
Christmas tree shopping has officially begun and the drought hasn't affected the evergreens.
Elvis was in the building tonight at The Abilene Civic Center.
The Hospice of The Big Country is shinning some light for the ones who have passed.
Elementary students in Abilene learned a little more about the oil and gas industry.
A former Chief of the Novice Volunteer Fire Department has been indicted by a Coleman County grand jury.
High school students returned to the Big Country with a National Championship this weekend.
HSU Student Activities held a tie dye party this evening so the students could begin their homecoming weekend with some color.
A mid afternoon accident has put two people in the hospital tonight.
The accident happened just before 2:30 on loop 322 at the over pass crossing Oldham Lane.
Students of the program released balloons in remembrance.
The Cisco City Council met this afternoon to talk about a council member who has been charged with online solicitation of a minor.
The City of Brownwood has approved pay raises for some employees.
A Taylor County woman is in critical condition tonight after an accident late this afternoon.
Tips on how to spot counterfeit golf gear
A new procedure literally zaps cellulite
Getting credit checks prior to being hired is now a reality for many
Strange lights have been seen across the Big Country, but what are they?
A year after his death in a traffic accident, the family of police officer Rodney Holder is still overwhelmed by the kindness of the Abilene community.
Volunteers and more than 200 veterans boarded two Boeing 737's for a non-stop flight to the nation's capital, and then around some of the many well known memorials.
Sweeping reforms to the banking industry made it much tougher for students to get their own credit cards, parents listen up!
Advice from professional Anti-bullying" coaches on how to protect your children