KTAB Brownwood bureau reporter Kimberly Sears takes a look at how some businesses are seeing an increase in customers as the temperature decreases.
Mother nature has forced some games into the weekend. In the meantime some teams hit the hardwood for their traditional Friday night match-ups regardless of the weather. Check out the Big Country scoreboard right here.
Brownwood High School Principal, Bill Faircloth, will be retiring at the end of the school year.
While it may seem like everyone is complaining about the current cold spell, at least one business in the Big Country says when the temperatures decrease, their profits increase.
The second annual Martin Luther King Junior parade was held in Brownwood Monday.
Just how well is the city of Brownwood doing? Mayor Stephen Haynes talked about the good and the bad in his annual update.
A new ambulance service is providing coverage in the city of Coleman and Coleman county.
Brown County is filled with artistic people. Every first Thursday of each month, their talent is showcased at the Brownwood Art Association in downtown Brownwood.
Restaurants in Brown County are making new year's resolutions. KTAB Brownwood Bureau Reporter Kimberly Sears has the story.
With Christmas around the corner many families are scrambling to try and afford gifts. Thankfully, people in Brown county have donated to the "Toys for Kids" drive that helps families in need this time of year.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Brownwood held a special memorial ceremony to honor those soldiers who fought and died in the attack an Pearl Harbor.
Despite the weather, one Brownwood restaurant kept it's doors open.
The weather has definitely delayed or canceled events, but it didn't hurt the Spirit of Christmas Light Parade in downtown Brownwood.
A Brown County woman dedicates her Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping to help buy toys for children.
Juveniles at the corrections facility in Brownwood aren't able to spend Christmas with family. So, volunteers and staff members plan a special party for the residents.
Howard Payne University will have special presentation recognizing 50 years of Yellow Jacket basketball in the historic Brownwood Coliseum on Saturday, November 23rd at the Howard Payne women’s and men’s basketball home openers versus the University of Texas at Dallas.
The Stephenville Yellow Jackets eliminated rival Brownwood at Shotwell Stadium on Friday night.
The Family Services Center in Brownwood promotes the well-being of families. Today, they celebrated their 15th anniversary.
Jewelry for sale is helping the volunteer program at Brownwood Regional Medical Center.
The Brownwood Lions clinched a playoff berth last week with their victory over Gatesville.
Blanket Independent School District's proposed bond which would help remodel and update the school building, failed.
The Brownwood Lions hosted the Gatesville Hornets tonight at Gordon Wood Stadium.
The Brownwood Lions are coming off of a loss last week to Lampasas.
Brown County hosted a fun and spooky event for Halloween tonight.
Halloween is a spooky time, and locals say part of Lake Brownwood is haunted by a little girl.
Early voting for the constitutional amendments began October 21, but Brown County is having difficult getting people to come out and vote early.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. The Brownwood ARK shelter provides help for all genders who are victims to domestic violence and assault.
Lake Brownwood is still low even after recent rains.
It was the fourth annual Harvest festival in Brownwood. The Brownwood Area Community Garden hosted the event allowing people to sell off any summer vegetables they have before winter starts.
Seventy-four year old Mary Kaplan has ran 5ks in all fifty states, her new challenge is running in all of the 5-Ks that the Texas counties have to offer.
Preparing college is extremely important for high school students, that's why Brownwood High School and Ranger College have teamed together to provide a new program to make college easier for their graduates.
The Big Brothers Big Sister's Organization in Brownwood is searching for more volunteers to help positively guide children.
Brownwood ISD will see some new changes to the school lunch menu in January. All schools in the district will soon use a food service company.
The Brownwood Lions started their district campaign with a win over Burnet on Friday night.
The Lyric Theatre in downtown Brownwood has been around since the nineteen hundreds and thanks to a hard working organization it's now under restoration.
Wesley Givan, an Early local, decided to join the Peace Corps after college. Wesley spent two years in west Africa, helping a small village develop and learn new ideas.
This year was the third annual National Night Out for Brownwood and the police department was happy to see more people participate this year.
Starting over again can be tough for anyone, especially those who have been recently released from prison and need to find a job. However, with a halfway house called Success House, these men can join society once again.
Over the summer, Brownwood Lionettes were chosen to perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The team is excited, but had to raise the funds to go. Thankfully, the Brownwood community has been a huge help in helping the team reach their goal.
The Brownwood Lions, like most of the Big Country's Class 3A teams, are trying to rebound this week.
The Brown County Training Coalition sponsored a drug awareness training event at the Brownwood Coliseum. Schools from Brown County attended and people from the community of Brownwood.
The Brownwood Lions suffer a crushing defeat to the All Saints Saints 70-27 at Gordon Wood Stadium
A total of eleven Big Country teams start the 2013 season in the Harris Ratings Top 25s, but only one of them is from Class 5A.
It's not the typical drilling you see in West Texas, this is drilling for water.
A lot has changed in Brownwood over the past few months, new helmets, a new head coach , and a new attitude.
Our look at the Top Match Ups in 2013 continues with Week 7. Class 3A is filled with best games of the week in our opinion. Wylie, Sweetwater, and Brownwood face tough tests in the 2nd week of district play.
Crash occurred Thursday night on U.S. 183 north
Meals will be provided to children ages 1 to 18 free of charge
25-year-old Brownwood man may have fallen into machinery
County Commissioners do not impose fireworks ban, though all fireworks are still banned in Brownwood, Early