Katie Gibson is a senior at Aspermont High School and every year she's won the All-American Mascot Award. For her final year in high school she's headed to Orlando, Florida to represent Aspermont in the pre-game show performance.
Living in a more rural area of the country it's no surprise that wild animals come into town. But, for one North Abilene woman seeing fox in her yard had her and her neighbors trying to get the critter out.
Michael Ruth has been deployed for eight months and he's missed his daughter's second birthday and the birth of his son. But, Friday Ruth made it home to the Big Country to spend the Christmas Holidays with his family.
A man in Winters is on the hunt for treasure that has been buried since the Louisiana Purchase was bought back when Jefferson was in office. His maps that he made to find the loot, but getting to the first half is a little hard.
Young people in school and even out of school are affected by all kinds of bullying. But, a new kind of bullying has taken form over the last few years.
A 23 year-old man returned home to find high priced items stolen from his home.
Maryneal is a town, when typed into Google, doesn't even show up on the map, but that doesn't mean the fifty to sixty people inside the town don't have a big heart, as they help one of Sweetwater's injured firefighters.
With interstates getting people from point "A" to point "B" faster, some might say the thrill of an adventure is gone. The Texas Historical Commission is working to bring the flare that Route 66 has to the Bankhead Highway.
After someone outside her father's store brought in the 1928 class pin, back in 1975, ever since then she's been looking for the owner.
A student from ACU is studying Bible studies in hopes to get Kenya peaceful again, following the events in Kenya last week.
Marilyn and Allin Rodman have not heard or seen their son since May, and with time passing, they are looking to the public for help.
With the added rain the workers that our lives depend on are at risk along with ours.
In light of Thursday morning's events at Abilene High, social media was a blessing and a curse.
After residents of Campus Court spoke at a city council meeting, the city council of Abilene switched Campus Court from a collector street to a local street.
With twelve years passing since the attacks, kids are growing up not experiencing 9/11 first hand. So how do you teach that to them? One 5th grade Big Country teacher teaches the importance the day had over America.
Hardin Simmons is growing and they believe it's time to expand. But, the neighborhood they want to expand into, is making some neighbors wondering what the future holds.
Even after more than 24 hours after the fire ripped through their home the rubble and debris were still smoking.
With the shortage of water in the Big Country, officials from across the area came to see what solutions could be brought to the table.
Parents are putting children in danger when they run inside the store or house and leave kids in a car with no air conditioning. It takes only minutes before the heat inside the vehicle becomes unbearable, and then deadly.
A few weeks ago, a Sweetwater mom's mission started to help take care of her daughter is now turning into taking care of the those fighting along side her as well.
With a recent string of car thefts and break ins, your car has the potential to become a target. But, decreasing it's chances of it becoming a victim, are simple.
With the rain comes a lot of debris that gets into our lakes and rivers, but the city still keeps it clean.
With the rain coming down as hard as it did the past few days, some residents of the Key City are making the best out of a few wet days.
The Abilene Police Department has raised efforts to eliminate the use and sale of synthetic marijuana in the Big Country after hospital admissions increased.
A jet skier struck an object in Lake Fort Phantom and was thrown from his watercraft.
With a now vacant building that used to be Sam's Club on South First street, businesses next door to the shell wonder who their new neighbor might be.
The new Sam's Club location has people around town beginning to warm up to the fact that the store there to stay.
Friday's fire not only left a woman and her disabled goddaughter homeless, but also had their neighbors wondering about their own homes safety.
July Fourth brings neighbors and friends together for one family living on Country Place South in Abilene, Independence Day is how the Cook family was introduced to their neighbors.
After living in their home for only two days, a family has been displaced by a fire that ripped through their apartment complex on Wednesday morning.
Abilene High School Band members hope to earn enough money working at Alamo Firework Store even though some parts of the Big Country are in burn bans.
Many people only think of the Salvation Army when bells are ringing outside of stores, but the Big Country's Salvation Army is still in need of your help during these hot, summer months.