A Texas couple have left their home in Ft. Worth to pursue another dream: brewing coffee and revitalizing an old family town.
They've used confiscated drug money to pay for new equipment, but never for a new employee.
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.
Doctor's told Mitch Riffle's family he wouldn't survive, yet here he is walking, talking and even solving math problems.
Fewer volunteer firefighters across Texas are signing up and those remaining must ensure they're ready to take the heat.
Despite technology requiring fewer items, parents are still spending more to get their kids ready for school.
A group of internet users in Clyde have been left with slow to no internet service for months.
The State Board of Education is asking for administrative input on how to change curriculum for graduating seniors.
A team from Guardian EMS is volunteering their services to ensure football players get properly screened for heart conditions.
Revenue from tickets at are an all time high at Abilene Regional Airport and cheaper tickets aren't the only reason for that.
A couple who were shot at more than 16 times and nearly killed haven't found the help they need to recover.
An Abilene grandfather is desperately trying to get his grandchildren back months after his granddaughter drowns during his supervision.
The Baker Hotel was proud site in downtown Colorado City, but now, it's an eyesore. One group hopes someone will bring it back to it's glory.
There may not be a vaccine against the virus for humans, but there is for another animal that is just as susceptible.
Early Police released the following surveillance footage of the robbery.
City personnel will begin spraying specific areas around Abilene beginning Wednesday morning.
Real estate agents say on average a home is selling more than a month faster than it would have last year.
Members say they would not be willing to strike or boycott, emphasizing that they are not a union.
The film featured historic moments for the football team, dating back to 1923 when the team won its first state championship.
Several bus riders say the Greyhound waiting area in Abilene is too hot to handle.
27-year-old Jacob Powell was arrested and charged with robbing an Abilene bank.
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.
Firefighters believe the fire may have been caused by a cigarette.
The Abilene Community Band played for the Abilene community for it's 37th 4th of July show.
A group of Abilene dancers will perform on a cruise ship this summer.
It will be one day earlier, on July 3.
The most recent wildfire in Arizona that left 18 dead is all too familiar to Big Country firefighters.
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.
As of Wednesday afternoon, police say they are positive that there are no longer any smoke shops in the county selling illegal substances like K2.
A North Abilene family just had the power restored in their homes a week after a severe thunderstorm left thousands without power.
We asked the enrollment services director at Abilene Christian Univ. whether minorities have an advantage in their admissions process.
According to the latest rankings on "Deficient Bridges" in the nation, Texas ranks 49th in least number of structurally deficient bridges.
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.
Neighbors living along S. 23rd and Brentwood drive say they're used to getting this much damage after storms.
With the summer heat reaching the triple digits, doctors warn people of being especially careful while being outside.
A new bill allowing students with concealed handgun permits to take them on campus reassures some, but doesn't convince others.
A 30 ft. ditch is raising concerns for parents and the Buffalo Gap fire chief.
You and your loved ones aren't the only ones you should protect from the summer heat.
A group of Wylie Elementary students have a petition to bring curbside recycling in Abilene.
The seniors at Abilene's Academy of Technology, Engineering, Math and Sciences (ATEMS) are the first ever to graduate from the program.
Zoo workers have a specific protocol to ensure animals are safe during severe weather.
A couple shot at 16 times by a shooter tells their story of survival.
There are several things you should consider before donating for disaster relief.