The arrest affidavit and arrest warrant for Danny Cannon, the man arrested Wednesday in connection with the death of Baird resident Brenda Holland, have been made public. Update:
What began as a pre-planned exercise at Sheppard Air Force Base ended in confusion and concern for the citizens of Wichita Falls Thursday afternoon.
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Meek bloodmobile makes last college stop of the season to McMurry University Thursday afternoon.
The City of Brownwood will be taking part in Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 26.
The Cross Plains Fire Department will be hosting a Fish Fry fundraiser on Friday, April 25.
Abilene City Council voted unanimously Thursday morning to declare a "public purpose" in obtaining easements from property owners that are between the Hamby Water Treatment Plant and Lake Fort Phantom.
A happy ending for an Abilene woman who has battled a lung disease for over a decade.
A Texas Department of Criminal Justice Corrections Officer has been arrested for alleged online solicitation of a minor.
A man inside the Mall of Abilene gets into a physical fight with some security officers Wednesday night.
Officers face dangerous situations everyday, and sometimes don't get the recognition they deserve for putting themselves in harm's way. On April 23rd APD came together to not only show their support for their own, but also hand out certificates to citizens who jumped into the fight to help.
Brownwood High School students step up and build bunk beds for a local family going through the adoption process.
Are you looking for a great summer job? The City of Abilene Recreation Division is seeking Certified Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards, and a Pool Manager to work this summer.
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Firefighters are continuing to watch a wooden structure used for loading and unloading grain in Tuscola to make certain what began as a large fire does not reignite.
The Abilene Police Department has released details on the theft investigation that lead to a standoff and an arrest Tuesday night
A head-on collision north of Brady resulted in three deaths and left five others injured late Tuesday afternoon.
With the slight risk of severe weather affecting the area, there is a possibility of hail, and while Hail could seem like a minor concern, it can cause injury as well as damage to vehicles and homes in the form of shattered windows and damaged or destroyed roof coverings.
CMS Healthcare’s Relay for Life team will host a fundraising barbeque dinner and dance on Friday, April 25th beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the 3M Clubhouse on Hwy 377S.
The Community Foundation of Abilene released that they are awarding over $531,000 in grants at their annual Grant Reception.
"She tried to get away from the guy," said neighbors of Brenda Holland.
Spring is the busiest time of year for the Taylor County Juvenile Justice Center and there are certain crimes that are more prevalent this time of year.
In recognition of National Infant Immunization Week the Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District is hosting the 2014 Immunization Celebration Health Fair on Saturday, April 26 at the Sears Park Recreation Center, 2250 Ambler Avenue.
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The identity of the driver involved in Monday afternoon’s high speed chase has been identified.
A driver had to be extricated from a vehicle after it collided head-on with a trash truck Tuesday morning.
In honor of Earth Day, we want to know--what is the "greenest" thing you do?
Keep Brownwood Beautiful and the City of Brownwood are getting set for their upcoming county-wide cleanup event scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd.
Jack Reynolds and a group of four others plan to bike ride across the Americas during a two year, 18,000 mile journey.
On Monday night, the Eastland Board of City Commissioners met to discuss their monthly agenda that included speaking with an attorney about a former police officer.
Danny Mitchell Cannon named Person of Interest in ongoing investigation.
Rolling Plain Memorial Hospital continues to plan for improvements as the medical need in Sweetwater increases with the population boom. Construction on the new cardiac rehabilitation center is close to completion.
Representative Susan L. King is hosting three legislative forums for residents of District 71 on Tuesday, April 22.
Members of the Eastland community are planning to hold a fundraiser to support the victims whose businesses burned down from a fire Tuesday afternoon.
Many are lacing up for the Boston Marathon. Would you ever consider participating?
The burn ban has been lifted in Callahan County.
The Eastland Economic Development Inc., Board will bring in the Small Business Development Center and the Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas from Abilene Monday, April 21st. They will talk to business employees and employers about low interest loans to help them get started again.
ACU will celebrate Dr. Gary McCaleb on Monday for having been a part of the school for 50 years.
On Monday, April 21st, there will be a public hearing at Heritage Hall in Merkel at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the rezoning request for a Walmart Express.
Team Braxton is an organization coordinated by the family of 13-year-old autistic boy. Many people in the community wore stickers today reading, "Team Braxton." It was all part of a fundraiser held to raise money and awareness for autism.
It's that time of the year where kids dressed in purple and pink attire run across fields with the mission of grabbing as many Easter eggs as possible.
An American Eagle plane had to make an emergency landing in Abilene Saturday afternoon.
Texas Tech University School of Pharmacy held their annual Medication Cleanout on Saturday.
One man was ejected from his vehicle and sent to the hospital following a rollover accident in Brown County early Friday morning.
A new addition to the Mitchell County medical facilities and a new power plant are on the way to the western Big Country.
A car traveling Eastbound on Interstate 20 flips over the guard rail and sends one woman to the hospital.
The city will soon be receiving over 10 million dollars to fund alternative water supplies.
A Major with the Royal Malaysian Air Force was caught in San Angelo attempting to smuggle a gun from San Angelo to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Hawley Spring Clean continues through Saturday afternoon. Items can be dropped off at the First National Bank Of Anson in Hawley.
The Abilene Police Department continues to concentrate enforcement on South Danville and South Clack near Buffalo Gap and Southwest Drive.
Multiple Easter events will be taking place on Saturday, April 19, at churches and in communities around the Big Country. Here are just a few.
Adrian goes to United Supermarkets and learns the difficulties of being of a grocery checker.
Malik Obama has checked into the Abilene airport following his participation Friday in a Peaceful Solution Character Education Program at the House of Yahweh.
Rough Creek (Novice) VFD will be hosting a barbeque fundraiser on Saturday, April 19 at the Novice school gym from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Col. Jeffrey Brown, 317th Airlift Group commander, along with U.S. Representatives Randy Neugebauer and Mike Conaway will dedicate Dyess’ first ever C-130J simulator at 2 p.m April 22.
A new study claims that the closer you sleep to your partner, the happier you are in the relationship. Most people say they prefer sleeping back to back.
Abilene State Park has announced that the pool will be closed for the 2014 season as repairs could not be made in time.
The Abilene Fire Department has confirmed that four juveniles, two 12-year-olds and two 11-year-olds, have been identified in connection with the large pallet fire on Ruidoso street on April 11.
The wrong place is where a headstone originally ended up, but the monument company worked all day Friday to get it in place.
The fire started in a storage shed on CR 336 in Taylor County.
A group of eight students and faculty are planning on riding bikes across the state. Their 925 mile journey will begin on May 10th.
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today approved by resolution financial assistance in the amount of $10,495,004, consisting of a $7,395,000 loan and $3,100,004 in loan forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to the City of Ballinger (Runnels County).
Walmart announces possible locations to be put in Albany and Anson. The plans have been confirmed for Albany, however Anson's will be determined in a meeting this upcoming week.
The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office has released details on the assault that took place Thursday afternoon when a son allegedly struck his father in the head with a hammer following an argument.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce recently gave a donation to the Lyric Theatre in Downtown Brownwood to help with the historic theatre's restoration project which is currently underway.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has released the updated Texas Gang Threat Assessment, which was developed to provide a broad overview of gang activity in the state of Texas.
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Business owners whose businesses were affected by the fire in the Shady Oaks Shopping Center Tuesday afternoon in Eastland are being allowed back in Thursday.
The House of Yahweh has sent out a release in response to the charges that have been brought against Tsephanyah Yisrayl Hawkins, 54, for allegedly threatening to kill a local judge, along with members of a law firm hired by the House of Yahweh for legal representation.
The city of Albany will be getting a Wal-Mart Express just outside of the city limits on Highway 6 to the south.
Getting children to eat their vegetables can be a battle, but adults can be just as picky! Are there any foods you simply won't touch?
Global Samaritan Resources is pleased to announce Condoleezza Rice will speak at our fall benefit event in Abilene.
When a loved one is facing traumatic medical issues, the burden often times falls on the family. But a simple document can bring some relief to otherwise stressful situations.
The Use of Force Simulator at the Abilene Police training facility gets officers prepared to face quick decisions that could save their life and the lives of citizens they are sworn to protect.
Tsephanyah Yisrayl Hawkins was arrested after sending a series of threatening emails, one of them including a threat to kill a local district judge.
Family gathers at Elmwood Memorial for balloon release.
The Abilene Police Department and Abilene Mayor Norm Archibald have released statements in honor of local Public Safety Dispatchers and the work they do year round to help keep people in this area safe and healthy.
Tyrell Daniels, 20, of Abilene, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings, to 188 months in federal prison following his guilty plea in December 2013 to one count of producing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas.
Registration for the City of Abilene Recreation Division Summer Playground Camp starts on Wednesday, April 16. Registration is available online at www.abilenetx.com/recreation or in person at the Community Services Office located at 633 Walnut Street.
Firefighters from Eastland, Carbon and Cisco were called out to a major house fire in Cisco Wednesday afternoon.
A Sweetwater woman was killed Tuesday morning in a two vehicle crash along US Highway 180 about 11.1 miles west of Roby.
Sir Paul McCartney Reached Out to Lubbock, Asking to Play Concert in Buddy Holly’s Hometown
A high-ranking official in the House of Yahweh is in custody on charges that he threatened to kill a local judge, along with members of a law firm hired by the House of Yahweh for legal representation.
The Abilene Zoo is hosting Breakfast with the Easter Bunny this weekend.
The Abilene Christian University Police Department has released a statement announcing they have concluded their investigation into the fake parking tickets that were left on student cars.
The sights, sounds, and flavor of the old west will come alive for more than 3000 area school children as they visit Hardin-Simmons University’s Western Heritage Day, April 17, 2014.
Walmart Requested Property In Merkel And Locals Say It May Take A Toll On Businesses, Others Say It Can Benefit The Town.
Students at McMurry University live in tents
An international flight from Cabo San Lucas had to make an emergency landing at the Abilene Regional Airport due to depressurization issues.
The 46th annual Central West Texas Regional Water School will hold the “Best Tasting Water Contest” at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 in the main foyer of the Abilene Civic Center located at 1100 N. 6th St.
Steven Edward Robb, 59, of Abilene, Texas, appeared Tuesday before U.S. Magistrate Judge E. Scott Frost in federal court in Abilene, and pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography.
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United will be giving away free beans and cornbread on tax day as a way to give tax payers a needed break from the stress that often comes with filing taxes.
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil chats with The Today Show's Natalie Morales about this year's Boston Marathon, the heightened security and how she plans to participate.
A woman has been transported to the hospital after an early-morning house fire.
Everyone's least favorite day of the year is here -- taxes are due today. But procrastinators, rejoice! If you didn't find time to file and the government owes you a refund, you won't be penalized for filing late.
AISD announces their weather make up days.
Monday afternoon, the board honored outgoing member Laura Dyer with a reception.
Lon Davis and his family lost their home on West Lake Road last week.
Several people facing federal conspiracy charges in Colorado City following a major drug bust after an FBI investigation were back in federal court Monday in order to change their plea.