Rough Creek Volunteer Fire Department holds 29th BBQ Fundraiser
President Obama's Half Brother Visits Abilene
One Clyde Woman Remembers the West Blast a Year Later
The Eastland Community Helps Store Owners
The First Edition of the King James Bible is on display in Brownwood until Monday, April 14th.
Firefighters continue to watch over the pallet yard that burned down late Friday night. As of Saturday, smoke was still seen flowing out of the ground.
A Head On Collision Closes HWY 36
Abilene Education Foundation hosts Cajun Crawfish Fest
Cajun Crawfish Fest draws a large crowd
A family picks up the pieces after a fire burns half of the house.
Fire in South Abilene burns half of the house, but this house was extremely special to the homeowners.
A wreck on I-20 backs up traffic for hours
City of Abilene hosts its second annual Easter Egg hunt.
The Aztec theater comes back to life with its "Keeping the lights on" campaign.
A former Merkel student says he's suffered from seizures ever since a bullying incident in the 1990s
Customers hoping to grab breakfast at IHOP Sunday morning were turned away after the restaurant was forced to shut their doors temporarily.
The best of the best high school power lifters in Texas competed for a state title in the Key City on Saturday.
March Madness keeps businesses crowded and the Big Country busy with their brackets.
Fire damages two apartments at Mill Creek this afternoon.
Police searched five gaming rooms in Breckenridge today. Find out what they found.
Family and friends remember the lives of two young men from Brown County who died in a wreck over the weekend.
Brownwood City Council discussed guidelines for the proposed RV park.
Howard Payne students are headed to South Padre Island for spring break. Their mission: to spread the word of God.
KTAB Brownwood Bureau Reporter Kimberly Sears reports from the Brown County Elections Office.
It's no surprise that with warmer temperatures, more people are willing to stay out longer.
Mike Holder was fired from the Brown County Sheriff's Department, but now he wants to second the record straight.
The Texas Conservation Corps helped extend the trail at the Lake Brownwood State Park over the weekend.
A new charter school in Brown County is giving students another route to their education.
Brownwood ISD may no longer use Cullen's store for their cafeteria needs.
Firefighters from across the state started fires to help learn how to properly fight them.
KTAB Brownwood bureau reporter Kimberly Sears takes a look at how some businesses are seeing an increase in customers as the temperature decreases.
Brownwood High School Principal, Bill Faircloth, will be retiring at the end of the school year.
A Brown County woman makes a lot of visits to retirement and senior living facilities with her dog Killa.
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 Cross Plains Volunteer Fire Department is building a new fire station and is needing the help from the community to raise funds.
New jobs are headed to Coleman with a new industrial plant opening by the end of the month. Coleman is counting on Jal Welding Machine Works to have a positive economic impact.
A new ambulance service is providing coverage in the city of Coleman and Coleman county.
New turf is being installed at Brownwood ISD's Gordon Wood Stadium. Crews are hard at work getting it all laid out.
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.
The community of Cross Plains reflects on the painful memory of the fire that tore through their town eight years ago.
Many people in the big country are giving back this Christmas. St. John's United Methodist Church in Stamford prepared warm meals for the community.
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.
An Early, TX man choreographed lights to classic Christmas tunes for the CMS Home Health Care center.
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.
With school shooting happening more Brookemsith ISD isn't taking any chances to protect students.