A detailed look at the beginning of the week.
White belts, black belts and all the colors in-between fought, quite literally, for first place at the Wild Wild West Karate and Breaking Tournament Saturday.
Shots were fired around 6 p.m. Saturday evening on South 4th and Peach St.
A bill introduced by 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry passed through the house on Thursday. The "Death Tax Repeal Act, which is also known as the Inheritance Tax or the Estate Tax, requires families to turn over portions of an inheritance to the government.
Texas' seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.2 percent in March, down from 4.3 percent in February. The state has not seen a rate this low since July 2007 and Texas continues to trend below the national average of 5.5 percent.
Texas is well on its way to allowing the open carry of handguns in public places after House lawmakers took an initial step to approve it Friday.
All the wet weather is inviting mosquitoes to invade the Big Country for another year, so the City of Abilene is getting proactive by trying to stop the growth before it ever happens.
San Saba woman awarded for her efforts helping inmates.
Some customers in far south Abilene are without water at their homes, caused by a power outage at the Steamboat Mountain Water Supply Company and the surrounding area.
Friday's storms brought much-needed rain to the area, but the flooding has caused some unwanted side effects, mainly in far south Abilene.
Friday's storms brought flooding and small hail to Abilene and the surrounding area. Here are some photos and video from our viewers and reporters.
How a cattle thief almost got away....
A bill allowing gun owners with concealed handgun licenses to carry weapons openly in public is back on the House schedule Friday and likely to spark a long and heated debate — barring any more procedural hiccups.
A man was arrested Wednesday in Palo Pinto County after a 6-hour foot chase that involved K-9s from Abilene.
Severe storms possible, with large hail and damaging winds
Many residents into the Big Country are uniting their wallets to bring a local softball league out of a financial bind
Loved ones gathered in Abilene on the somber anniversary of two girls' death by a drunk driver.
The remains were found near the Mile Long Bridge on March 25th.
It was moving day today for those who work at Taylor County Social Services. Employees most recently operated out of the old jail on the 300 block of Pecan.
The Center for Contemporary Arts fiesta fundraising event is scheduled to take place soon. They've ventured south of the border for the theme once again, but this time they're drawing some Caribbean inspiration.
April is Organ Donor awareness month, and over 123,000 men, women and children are awaiting a life-saving transplant.
APFFA has decided which candidates they will back during two upcoming City Council elections.
The Taylor County Grand Jury has indicted John Patrick Gutierrez on a burglary of a habitation charge. Gutierrez is the main suspect in the murder of Carey Rod Tate, but this charge is from an unrelated incident.
Bike Town has donated money to APD to help develop and maintain their bicycle patrol unit.
Abilene's Nelson Park Splash Pad will be opening up for the season this weekend.
Senator John Cornyn is showing his support for the victims of the tragic Ft. Hood attack.
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has penned an extensive article on why he believes marijuana should be legalized immediately.
Lawmakers are threatening the future of the death penalty in Texas by fighting for a law that requires the drug distributors be named.
On Wednesday, April 22nd, the Abilene Regional Airport will simulate and aircraft crash to test their emergency response plan.
The social service department is moving, so the director is shutting her office doors until April 21st.
A former partner of Abilene Gold Exchange, Charles Camp, was sentenced to eight years prohibition after he was found guilty on charges of failure to enter in tax records, gun smuggling, and money laundering.
After a thorough investigation, the Abilene Police Department have decided to upgrade their sexual assault case against a former church intern. They have confirmed at least one victim was abused.
A scam alert for parents and businesses who are involved with youth sports programs. The Cowboys Youth Football Team and West Texas Youth Football are just some of the victims of a money scam and unfortunately this is not anything new to the community.
One vehicle accident causes traffic delays.
Three months since a prison bus wreck that took the lives of 10 people, a community continues to honor their fallen hero.
With the summers months quickly approaching, sun exposure is inevitable in West Texas, which means that people need to think about their skin more often than they normal would.
A Brownwood man pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography.
Hillary Clinton seems to be switching sides of the fence when it comes to the issue of same-sex marriage, but are her actions politically motivated?
The Taylor County Sheriff's Department revealed the name of the man who lost his life in a head-on collision in Tye on Tuesday.
Power has been restored at the Taylor County Plaza after a squirrel chewed through some wires and caused a building-wide blackout.
Atmos Energy company will be flaring gas north of Dyess and west of Abilene on April 16th and 21st.
Registration for Summer Playground camp is now underway!
The wind industry is picking up in the United States, and Texas is leading the way during the boom.
Texas Representative Randy Neugebauer introduced legislation on Tax Day that targets the alleged political agenda of the IRS.
The Texas Department of Insurance has gathered some tips on what to do if you fall victim to identity theft.
Former New England Patriots Player Aaron was found guilty of the first degree murder of a Massachusetts man in 2013.
Third graders from a Brownwood elementary school are getting geared up for the STAAR test in a fun, unique way!
A city/county-wide database is making it possible for first-responders to quickly locate residents who have become trapped in storm shelters.
Congressman Thornberry and Senator Cornyn introduced legislation on Tax Day with hopes of aiding small-business owners when dealing with the IRS.
A 13-year-old boy is shaking things up in the south by pushing for Confederate Heroes Day to be changed to Civil War Remembrance Day.