A 13-year-old boy was struck by oncoming traffic while trying to cross the street to get to school. He sustained leg and foot injuries.
Sunshine is expected heading into the weekend
We're breaking down each proposed project until bond day on May 9th.
Erik Qualman got the opportunity to fly in a F-16 Thunderbird
Many people respect and admire the elderly but some are looking to cash in on them.This year alone, these scams have resulted in almost a $300,000 loss.
The start of hunting season means tax free weekend for Texans looking to stock up on essentials like guns and ammunition.
A local couple that's been cooking up traditional cowboy cuisine throughout West Texas for over 15 years received the 'Chuckwagon of the Year' award.
The messenger space probe crashed into Mercury, ending a 11-year-long mission that gave the United States thousands of pictures from space.
A Lubbock man slammed a kitten onto the concrete while arguing with his girlfriend, causing it to be euthanized.
The City of Abilene is teaching seniors how to stay healthy and fit at this year's Wellness Jamboree.
Multiple recalls for Ford cars have been issued in the same week.
A flagpole from historic Camp Barkeley has been rededicated at it's forever home at the Texas State Veteran's Cemetery.
An Abilene man has been arrested and charged for burglary after police found him in possession of stolen goods.
Two men are wanted after stealing multiple plants and trees valued at just over $1,000 collectively.
Taste of Abilene is back from another year. The event features samples from local restaurants in an all-you-can-eat type setting.
Two Midland men were arrested in Eastland County for transporting large amounts of marijuana and concealing an illegal weapon.
Two lucky members of the Big Country community will get to jump from a plane thousands of feet above the ground with the Golden Knights during this year's AirFest, and you just may know one!
Flyers featuring scantly clad women have been cropping up across the Key City and the advertisements are drawing mixed reactions.
Two propositions will soon be put to a vote in Shackelford County that would allow the sale of alcohol in the region.
Abilene Police have detailed five different scams that are targeting local senior citizens.
Lisa Whelchel, more commonly known as Blair Warner from '90s sit-com 'The Facts of Life', gave a special presentation to benefit young Abilene mothers struggling with unplanned pregnancies.
A new grocery store is moving into town and bringing hundreds of jobs along with it.
A man from Roscoe, Texas has pleaded guilty to fraud charges after running an invoicing scheme.
A professor from the Texas A&M Galveston campus is threatening to fail his entire class due to what he considers to be attitude and maturity issues.
Abilene Christian University should offer an online MBA graduate program beginning in the Fall of 2015.
A member of the Abilene Fire Department has been named Fire-Fighter of the year.
CNN got an interview with a mother who publicly punished her son after he antagonized police during ongoing riots in Baltimore.
The Texas Legislature is finally turning its attention to abortion bills. Several have moved into the House and Senate.
After record cool temperatures Tuesday afternoon, sunny skies return
TSTC Chancellor presents Governor Abbott with an honorary degree in welding following a statement made during the state of the state address.
The recent showers have helped to dampen the ground which helps to ward off grass fires. According to the Texas A&M Forest Service in Merkel, this time last year crews were much busier fighting fires.
Ongoing drought conditions are causing farmers to struggle with their trade in the Big Country and across other affected areas in the United States
A scalping project at Lake Stamford is bringing in a staggering amount of water.
Two propositions totaling $31,000,000 are on the ballot for Eastland's upcoming bond election in May.
House Bill 892 would legalize the CBD component of medicinal marijuana in the State of Texas by 2018 to treat epilepsy patients.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is commanding the State Guard keep citizens informed about all aspects of the upcoming Jade Helm training.
An Abilene man has been arrested after assaulting an employee at the Frito-Lay warehouse while conducting a petty robbery.
The Abilene Police department is inviting the public to a remembrance ceremony for Officer Rodney Holder on Wednesday, April 29th.
$15,000-$20,000 in damage was sustained during an early morning fire at a motel on West Stamford Street in Abilene.
The National Weather Service has released a survey of the damage sustained during a "weak tornado" in Brown County on Sunday, April 26th.
The Supreme Court began hearing arguments on the same sex marriage debate on Tuesday, April 28th. They probably won't make a decision until June.
A routine training exercise will be making quite a commotion on Dyess Air Force Base.
An early morning fire in North Abilene rendered a vacant home a total loss.
Schools are closed, buildings are on fire, and streets have turned to chaos as Baltimore citizens violently riot in response to an African American male dying while in police custody.
A weak tornado caused some big damage in the Big Country. Pictures of the aftermath.
For one Abilene business owner, the news of the Nepal earthquake hits close to home. Dante's Pizza owner is from Nepal and was just back home two weeks ago.
Global Samaritan Resources is sending water purification straws and dehydrated food to Nepal after earthquakes devastate locals in the region.
The National Weather Service issued a storm damage report from Sunday night's tornado.
KTAB's Stephen Decatur spoke with local residents who were around for the 1950s drought to see how it compares with conditions today.
A man who allegedly opened fire in a Colorado movie theater during the Dark Night Rises in the summer of 2012, killing 12, is set to start trial on Monday.