After a weekend full of ice, sleet and snow on the roadways, Phoenix Collision has a busy day in their body shop.
50 HSU students pair up with 50 elementary school students for a Christmas Bash.
Icy and slushy roads and freezing temperatures make some locals excited for Christmas while worrying others.
A Sweetwater Fire Department Rescue truck gets slammed in rear of truck by an 18 wheeler.
A military mom in Sweetwater is taking donations to send to her daughter's unit in Afghanistan.
CO2 injections into oil and gas well in the Snyder area could be causing Earthquakes.
Ray's Transmission & Automotive will be giving away Thanksgiving Day game tickets against the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders.
Drivers must be aware of pedestrians while driving at night.
Ronnie Lawing a Vietnam Vet. finds a letter he wrote to his mother in 1965.
Abilene local Mae Gallardo and her husband have not heard from their mother since last Friday, just hours before Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines.
WASP Museum in Sweetwater holds 5K run for Veterans Day Celebration this Saturday
Two years after the tragic bus accident that took the life of Anabel Reid, ACU remembers.
The land of Fort Phantom Hill is said to be haunted by roaming spirits, but there isn't one that is more popular than The Lady of The Lake.
A new hotel for Downtown Abilene is in the works
Although lake levels are decreasing, underground water levels are rising.
Abilene Christian University is making changes to their spring break mission trips and..staying home.
There was once a time when square dancing was the only form of dancing allowed on the HSU campus.
In an on going effort to improve safety and relieve congestion, the Texas Transportation Commission recently approved funding of 8.3 million dollars to convert two-way area frontage roads to one-way frontage roads.
The Abilene Police Department and other Local Safety Agencies came out to interact with the community. APD hopes the event will help encourage a safer community.
Despite the rising cost in tuition and how competitive it has become to get into college, local high school students look forward to going.
A truck traveling on FM 605 crashes in Hodges Baptist Church. One passenger was reported injured.
First Lady's Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign has reached Abilene. People around the Key City came out to help fight childhood obesity.
The 10th Annual Bark in the Park kicked off Saturday morning, with dogs ready for adoption and others ready to play with their owners.
The Flipping Egg is just one of many businesses in the Key City that benefits from having the colleges open.