The Stop the Violence movement was held today on, October 4, at Play Faire Park.
The city of Abilene and the Abilene Chapter of the National Federation for the Blind held an event, White Cane Day, at South First and Butternut to show off the new crosswalks.
The City of Abilene installed a new crosswalks that will be helpful for the visually impaired.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed the first case of the Ebola virus in the United States.
The Abilene Zoo will be closing the giraffe exhibit but only temporarily, due to renovations.
Hot air balloon pilots prepared this morning, September 26th, to take flight in preparation for the Abilene Balloon Festival.
Abilene City Council approved a water rate increase during today's, September 25th, city council meeting.
Residents around Lake Stamford are still worried about the natural gas condensate that leaked into their lake leaving an oily-like substance in the water.
The Brownwood Reunion Helps the Brownwood Economy
A local teacher recently released a new book showing people the history behind some Abilene locations.
The City of Abilene Addresses the Problem of Flooding at Underpasses
In Excitement For the New iPhone Three Men Camp Outside the AT&T Store
Bowie Elementary Will Have A New Safety Feature in the Building
One Local Couple Helps A Country in Africa with Water Safety
One Couple From Nolan County Celebrates Their 70th Anniversary
Businesses Hope to Revitalize South First Street
Dyess Air Force Base Competes in Global Strike Challenge
Two kindergarten classes at Abilene Christian schools were given a little help in learning their ABC's on Wednesday.
There has been an increase in accidents along South Clack street recently, APD said.
An Abilene business owner is frustrated that she has become the latest victim in a recent Caller ID spoof.
Chili Superbowl keeps Buffalo Gap busy throughout the weekend.
How One Gun Range in the Big Country Keeps Children Safe
Some Parents in the Big Country Choose Not to Vaccinate Their Children
The Highland Church of Christ is breaking out of the mold by adding a second Sunday service with live instruments instead of an acapella choir.
Fiesta in the Park Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month
The story gained national attention, but for the family of Dr. Kent Brantly the experience was much closer to home. KTAB's Kimberly Sears spoke with his nephew about the miraculous recovery of his uncle.
Making Financially Good Decisions for Collge Students
The Old Main Building on McMurry's Campus Opens its Doors after three and a half years of renovation.
New Abilene Christian University freshmen began moving into their dorms all day Saturday, followed by an orientation.
Are Portable Signs in Abilene Here to Stay?
An Abilene High football player receives a donation to help with his recovery after waking up from a 3 month coma.
Abilene Fire Training Prepares Volunteer Firefighters
Lots of People Take Advantage of Tax Free Weekend
Many Abilene Stores Have 'Help Wanted' Signs on Their Windows
AISD Middle School standardized dress code may be difficult to find at stores in Abilene.
Garage Band Woodstock Benefits a Charity in Abilene
With school starting soon the Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District has been busy with parents bringing their children in for back to school vaccinations.
HSU Freshman Halls Will Have a New Look for the fall semester.
Expo Center Economic Impact on Abilene
A Texas Game Warden Shares His Experience on the Border.
4-H Horse Show Attracts Many Competitors to Abilene. Many businesses see the effects of the increase visitors.
More Research Needed for E-Cigarettes to learn about the effects they have on your health.
Two Abilene men were sent to jail early Sunday morning after allegedly being involved in a school break-in.
One Boy Scout Helps the Community in His Own Way to receive his Eagle ranking.
Buffalo Gap is Getting a Sewer System. The town will begin construction by the end of the year if not earlier. But not everyone is for the plan.
Ballinger Community Remembers Taylor Bowman, 17, who died Wednesday July 16 in a single vehicle accident.
Jones County Possibly Housing Illegal Immigrants
In Sweetwater there is a company called Ludlum Measurements. The company doesn't just serve Sweetwater and the surrounding area. It serves many parts of the country and even places overseas.
Kimberly Sears visits the National Wasp WWII Museum.
KTAB Reporter Kimberly Sears takes us through the history of Sweetwater, TX.