Sid the Science Kid will be in Abilene, check out the interview for details.
Baby Owen was diagnosed with Leukemia last month.
We spoke with John Thomas about a triathlon coming up for families and children.
Come out to Oldham Lane for the EQUIP seminar.
We had Matt Mercer on today's show to talk about sign ups for Little League.
We spoke with John Thomas today, he told us about a great event that is coming to Abilene.
Come and watch a screening of The Hornet's Nest exclusively at the Paramount Theater.
Alyssa from the Abilene Public Library was on KTAB 4U to talk about upcoming events.
Luke Bower from Baker Heights Church of Christ stopped by the KTAB studio to talk to us about some of their new classes for the upcoming new year!
The Paramount Theatre is preparing to show a popular Christmas play with a Texas twist.
Find that perfect gift over at Kids Village.
Come see Santa at the Market in Clyde this Saturday!
Abilene Mixed Martial Arts offers a great after school program for kids ages 2 and up.
Take a walk through history with First Baptist Church in Albany as they take a look at the First Christmas.
If you're having trouble finding time to wrap your presents this year then stop by the mall and the Rainbow Girls will help you out!
Come out and enjoy Christmas Lane
The Mental Health Association is kicking off their annual poinsettia sale!
Come celebrate Christmas with Dove Award winner Wayne Watson and Abilene's own Bell Pepper Hand Bell Choir!
First Christian Church in North Abilene is hosting a very special breakfast this Saturday.
The Small World of Learning is preparing for a very special breakfast this Saturday!
How to turn your old t-shirts into backpacks.
A market in Ballinger for those who love antiques and collectibles.
Local Hockey Teams are getting together for a good cause.
Free for all Military families, benefits fair, lunch, and more.
Angela Mcglothlin stopped by to tell us about the wonderful crafts you can pick up this weekend
The transition fair is helping kids with disabilities, and their parents, with their transition from high school into adulthood.
Melissa Green came back to give us all the tips and tricks you need to make your costume as horrifying as possible.
Baker Heights is holding a family-friendly alternative to trick-or-treating.
The Mommy Haven of Abilene group was on set at KTAB 4U to tell us all about their upcoming bake sale and garage sale.
Jerry McGee was a Hell's Angel, he decided one day he wanted to turn his life around for the better.
Jake Sledge came on KTAB 4u to talk about Oldham Church of Christ's Fall Festival
Salvation Army is looking for volunteers for the Angel Tree Project.
Hop on the trolley and take a tour of Haunted Abilene with the Abilene Preservation League.
The Dyess We Care Team is taking pics with pets for the Taylor Jones Humane Society.
The Grace Museum is hosting some spooky events including dramatic readings of Edgar Allan Poe.
The Elmwood Funeral Home is offering grief counseling to people who have lost loved ones.
The Big Country Master Gardeners are having their Fall Plant Sale this weekend.
The Big Country/Concho Valley Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosted the annual Fields of Faith.
What Laughter Yoga can do for you!
What you need to know about Influenza.
There will be mayhem in Merkel on the 12th for Bill's BBQ Bash, benefiting the Merkel VFD.
The Solid Groove Music and Arts Festival is this weekend at Play Faire Park.
Enjoy a full day of fun for the whole family this weekend at the Fiesta de la Paloma!
The fine folks from Wally's show us some of their more popular Halloween items.
Bettie Lutzko and Chatty show off their skills.
The Dirty Drawers, a very talented group of artists in Abilene, are preparing for the opening of their annual exhibit.
They're doing good deeds all around the world and you can be a part of it.
It's a great way to generate support for anti-crime programs and strengthen community spirit. Abilene's National Night Out is coming up, you won't want to miss it!
The Buffalo Gap Historic Village is getting ready for their October events! Find out what they're preparing for!
Glen Dromgoole discusses "Welcome to Harmony" by Jodi Thomas, and "Manson" by Jeff Guinn.
Betty and June Boutique talks about an upcoming event benefiting Abilene Young Life.
A benefit golf tournament will be held benefiting injured Sweetwater Firefighter Nick Barton.
If you're looking to break the power of pornography then you won't want to miss out on Dr. Ray Vinson's seminar!
ACT performs "Daddy's Dyin' Who's Got the Will?"
#Freedom2013 Women's Conference is right around the corner, you don't want to miss it.
Chris McCurley from Oldham Lane Church of Christ is here to tell us all about their upcoming events.
Kids Village discusses different types of car seats for ational Child Passenger Safety Week.
Joe Welsh from Home Depot is here again. This time to talk about installing crown moulding.
MSgt. Gordon Storey, founder of the Dyess We Care Team, came by the studio to tell us about an upcoming charity fundraiser.
Jimmy Ninja, his buddy Jake, and their friends from "Chive" are hosting a car wash to benefit injured Firefighter Nick Barton.
Fly Dance Company traveled up from Houston to show off their skills at this month's Art Walk.
If laundry's got you down we've got a clean and simple way to get it done.
You're never too old to play in the mud. The Mudslinger Fun Run makes it's way to Abilene.
Joyce Rice travels the country using a unique lesson plan to teachkids about the importance of agriculture.
Dr. Christie is back to talk teeth, more specifically, veneers!
The Abilene Zoo is getting ready to revamp the Giraffe exhibit!
The Legacy Complex will be celebrating their Grand Opening on September 28th.
The Kids Doctor tells us why more teens are turning to stimulants
Casen Riley was only 6-months old when he passed away of cardiomyopathy four years ago.
Involving your child in certain activities can have lasting benefits as they get older.
The Girl Scouts of Abilene came to KTAB 4u to share their stories and encourage the next generation of young girls to take part in the tradition.
For more than 20 years, the Disability Resources Inc., has recognized the full potential for people who are disabled.
The Abilene Public Library was busy the entire summer providing entertainment for kids and their parents.
Little Barons Ball provides a getaway for some deserving children...
Ads 4 Next helps students earn their way to a college education...
The Grace Museum has been busy the entire summer providing entertainment and activities for families in the Big Country.
The Noah Project is holding their 3rd Annual Golf Tournament at Diamond Golf Club Friday, August 16. It's one of their major fundraisers that supports their mission in serving victims of violence.
Target considers their store to be the one-stop-shop for all things back to school...
The Grace Museum is teaching young girls the importance of proper etiquette and grooming.
A group of Dyess Airmen donate their spare time to helping their community...
Unique 5K event to help promote education in schools...
If you're looking for a little bit of excitement during the middle of summer, the answer might be right around the corner...
John Thomas lost his son Joseph back in 2007 to several illnesses. What could have been a damaging time in his life was turned into an opportunity to help other families.
One local church is providing family friendly fun for youth...
From arts and crafts to story time, Abilene Public Library has an event for your family...
Horseback riding is being used to help children with special needs learn important skills they can use throughout their lives.
If you're kids are looking for something to do over the summer, the National Center For Children's Illustrated Literature may have the answer.
Oldham Lane Church of Christ is busy this time of the year. From vacation bible schools to upcoming summer series.
If there's one place that knows how to shake your hips while losing weight, the YMCA knows how.
Upcoming events and local services.
Still looking for something to do this Independence Day? Well this may the perfect event.
After a week of coaching basketball camps to children in the Bahamas, KTAB's Sam Nichols is back in studio with all the details about his organization, Basketball Smiles.
The Abilene Zoo is starting their summer off with the first of three concert series and car show.
There are many things to do over the summer. Many people take time to accomplish new goals, hang out with families, or simply just take a break.
The Grace Museum's mission is to build connections through the power of art, science, and history through programs, collections, and exhibitions.
While many are used to driving their cares to take them from one location to the other, this Friday, people are encouraged to take part in the national Bike To School/Work Day.
Spend the day in downtown Hawley, celebrating the tradition of harvesting.
The National Center For Children's Illustrated Literature (NCCIL) has partnered with the Abilene Public Library to celebrate National Children's Book Week.
Oldham Lane Church of Christ is slowly growing in attendance, but besides their congregation, they want to let people know that they can also increase their hope in life.
The Abilene Public Library was busy this month with weeks worth of events in all three of their locations.