Well it's that time of the week again when we air what you the viewer had to say about the stories we covered this week.
It's a segment we like to call feedback Friday. So lets get started shall we?
It's that time of the week again where we hear what you the viewers have to say about the stories we covered this week.
This week we told you that APD reported how an intoxicated man tried to
enter the wrong house. He thought it was his house he was trying to
enter but it wasn't his house at all.
Our first story deals with the deadly well accident that happened on Thursday out in Fisher County.
Our first story involves the tragedy that has rattled the community this
week. Two teens were killed in the deadly car crash earlier on Sunday.
On Tuesday, the tornadic storms in the Metroplex area resulted in
several planes being diverted out of necessity to the Abilene Airport.
It's time for you, the viewer, to sound off on the stories that we covered this week here on KRBC.
It's the end of the week, which means we open up the mailbag and listen to what the viewers have to say.
It's Friday, so that means it is time again for Feedback Friday.
Well, it is that time once again for Feedback Friday, that time of the week in which you the viewer are able to express your opinions of the news stories we covered this past week.
It's Friday, which means it's time to hear what you have to say about our
stories this week. Our first story regards the city council approving
funds for a new splash park to be built at Nelson Park.
It's that time of the week again when you the viewer get o tell us what you think.
It's that time of the week again. When we check out what you the viewer have to say about the stories we covered this week.
We've reached the end of another week, that means it's time to open the virtual mailbag in a segment we call Feedback Friday.
It's time to open the virtual mailbag in our favorite segment of the week, Feedback Friday.
Big changes are coming to Abilene's policy on door-to-door solicitors, and even bigger changes are coming to a small local town dealing with the end of an era that lasted more than 120 years.
This week marked one year since Colorado City teenager Hailey Dunn went
missing. In that time, authorities have found few clues into her
It's Friday and that means it is time for Feedback Friday.
Well it's Friday and that means it's time for Feedback Friday.
If there has ever been a week in which our viewers have communicated
with us, this has been it! No shortage of comments, mostly negative,
toward our news coverage.
Time now for Feedback Friday. Our weekly look back at the news stories which got your attention and not surprisingly, Most Eligible Abilene easily had the most feedback. The most we've ever gotten on a series.
Not only is it Friday, but it's the time of week when we hear your gripes, likes and everything in between.
Time for Feedback Friday, when what you have to say matters most.
Two topics got our viewers talking this week and with much passion. In fact, both topics deal with passion, in one way or another.
The ground shaking around Snyder, a city business spat, and is a station commercial promoting our football coverage really good or really bad?
A student allegedly threatening his bus driver, a shooting at an Abilene apartment office, snakes, and the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. Those topics got the most activity on the KRBC Facebook page this week.
A little dog lucky to be alive, driving faster on Texas highways and who
was that broadcast team on the Cowboys game last night? It's time for
This week on Feedback Friday, driving habits and dangerous places to
drive in Abilene. Plus, keeping golf courses watered and who should be
able to get money from the city to help pay expenses.
Viewer mail and comments, mostly from the KRBC Facebook page this week. Topics include a major drug bust, a little boy hurt in a wreck, and Governor Rick Perry and a controversial newspaper ad.
Is it a bobcat, or a mountain lion? Plus, Playboy bunnies have some KRBC viewers upset.
Your praise, your criticism, your thoughts. KRBC gives you plenty of options to express yourself.
Two very hot topics this week got hundreds of responses from KRBC viewers.
From video games to heat and mental illness, here are a few of your comments in this week's edition of Feedback Friday.
A well-known Abilene barbecue restaurant to close, fireworks, and the fireworks caused by an NBC. show which hasn't even premiered yet. It's time for Feedback Friday!
The weekend is almost upon us, time to see what you had to say about what you saw here on KRBC this week.
It's time to hear from some of you on this week's stories in Feedback Friday.
In this week's Feedback Friday, topics include a fatal crash, remembering a lost fire fighter and the special session of the legislature.
Friday wouldn't be Friday without a trip to the KRBC mailbag. It's "Feedback Friday."
In this week's Feedback Friday mailbag, two topics have generated lots
of interest and if you believe one of them, then this will be the final
Feedback Friday we ever do.
Compliments, complaints, attitude, and opinions. It's Feedback Friday.
We're talking local news and of course the biggest news story in quite some time, the operation that took out the world's most wanted terrorist.
Just a couple of your thoughts from our Feedback Friday postings this week.
It's time to get your thoughts on KRBC's stories in this week's Feedback Friday.
From police and firefighters to members of the military, this edition of Feedback Friday is dedicated to those who help the rest of us sleep better every night.
Tall grass, Texas raising the speed limit, and the romantic prowess of
one of our fellow staff members, make up this week's Feedback Friday
Your thoughts on topics of interest this week, it's time for Feedback Friday.
It's time to get your thoughts on some of the stories KRBC has covered in this week's Feedback Friday!