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.
Family gathers at Elmwood Memorial for balloon release.
Students at McMurry University live in tents
After A Tragic Wreck That Left One Dead And A Business Destroyed, Business Owner Says It Happened For A Reason.
Lon Davis and his family lost their home on West Lake Road last week.
Many students gathered at ACU's Cullen Auditorium Sunday to prepare for this year's steel drum bands concert.
Hundreds came out to Abilene over the weekend for an event that featured unique items from across the world.
An Abilene man is in jail for multiple charges, including motor theft and evading arrest that sent one driver to the hospital.
The strong winds in the Big Country only made the smoke stronger at the pallet yard behind Abilene Bowling Lanes Sunday afternoon.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Abilene in their running shoes Saturday for the 11th Annual Mayor's 5 and 10K Marathon.
The driving lane will be closed until further notice.
How to teach your kids the importance of calling for help when in a crisis.
With the elementary being so close to the Air Force Base, many say it is necessary to have certain plans implemented if ever a situation of lockdown like Fort Hood occurred.
Nearly 7 months later, and after some backlash from neighbors in the area, FILO Liquor Store gained their liquor license after a a long hearing in the 42nd District Court.
In a statement released today, the President of Hardin-Simmons University calls acts, "shameful."
Ticks can be especially dangerous for our pets, how we can protect them in the months to come.
In this week's Monday Movie Review, we're talking about the move, "Noah".
Farmers, Ranchers, Gardeners and Others Are Happy With The Recent Weather.
Does dress code affect a teen when they are looking for a job?
The numbers for Texas' most stolen cars have been released and they are a mirror image of Abilene's top stolen cars.
Income Tax brings investments
Texas Rangers fans are furious after a photo circulated that shows a memorial for fallen Brownwood Firefighter Shannon Stone covered in empty beer cans and bottles.
Local woman pleads, "he's not just a dog, he's like family."
Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital in Sweetwater is planning a $25 million expansion project that could start as early as mid summer, pending a bond election.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update March 31-April 4.
A man was sent to the hospital after hitting another vehicle and crashing into a light pole Sunday afternoon.
The Easter Bunny hopped its way into the Mall of Abilene Saturday morning.
McMurry University students held a 5K run Saturday morning to benefit The Lauren Bump Foundation.
A group of local women lean together through deployment.
Some neighbors off of Rio Mesa Drive are protesting the opening of FILO Liquor store.
Several local businesses were honored by Gallup, an organization that focuses on great work environments.
This year's Outlaws and Legends Music Festival is expected to be bigger and better than years in the past.
Stacie Campbell is a Hope for Hailey volunteer and says that not enough is being done with the case.
The new terminal is called the Eskota Road Rail Terminal.
A head-on collision involving two vehicles in Tuscola sends two people to the hospital mid-Sunday afternoon.
Below is a summary of planned construction and maintenance work to be performed on roadways in Abilene and surrounding areas for the next week.
The 25-year-old victim who was sent to Hendrick Medical Center following a shooting at IHOP sustained five gunshot wounds, APD says.
The city of Abilene Parks & Recreation Division hosted their 22nd annual Steam-N-Wheels Bike Race and Fun Ride Saturday morning.
A house fire in the 1600 block of Rainey Road sustained damages estimated at $30,000.
More than 600 mothers gathered at the Abilene Civic Center Saturday afternoon to feel inspired.
A woman from Ranger was taken to Callahan County Jail late Saturday morning after she allegedly tried to rob a convenience store in Clyde.
Do not panic in 2015 when the new numbers are released.
Find out why you need insurance in your apartment, and who is liable if anything were to happen.
On March 21st KRBC shares what viewers had to say about stories that were shared on the KRBC Facebook page.
Damages of the fire are estimated to be around $100,000.
Carol Wilson from Chorus Abilene and Abilene Idol Contestant Camille Skye speak to KRBC about the upcoming competition.
On 3/17/14, students from HSU review the "Lego Movie" and "Son of God."
Carolyn Kocher says she went to take a nap while her two dogs were leashed to the home, when she woke up her two dogs were dead and her neighbors were screaming.
Researchers at LSU say they've solved the mystery of why dark chocolate is good for people.
A new report finds many women aren't aware of all of the signs of a stroke.
Car Break-Ins Including Stolen Items Like Guns And Other Weapons Has Increased.
Police are still searching for the person responsible for Tuesday's hit-and-run incident involving a pedestrian.
It seems like visiting the library is an activity long forgotten in the digital age. But we want to know if you still check out books the old fashioned way.
Spring Temperatures Increase Bugs And Increase The Risk Of Animals Getting Disease
New Studies Show Where You Live Can Affect Your Health.
It has been one year since Colorado City teenager Hailey Dunn's remains were found near Lake J.B. Thomas and many are still searching for answers.
The Abilene police department has released further details on the identification and arrest of Alan B. Deax, Saturday, March 15. Deax is one of two suspects identified in the murder investigation surrounding the death of Matthew S. Augustadt.
A family is left homeless after a fire destroys their house Sunday night.
A popular Big Country museum is honoring the brave men and women who serve our country.
An Abilene man is behind bars after he allegedly tried to sell thousands worth of stolen items to a police posing as a civilian.
The inaugural celebration of Dr. Sandra S. Harper as the 12th president of McMurry University will take place March 17-20.
Bail has been set for a Fort Worth man accused of robbing a 7-11 at gunpoint Saturday afternoon.
Rain or shine, the first crops of Spring 2014 for Grapevine Farms were planted Saturday morning during their annual planting day.
People in Brownwood satisfied their sweet tooth Saturday morning for the 40th Annual Cherry Pie Auction.
Abilene police have arrested one man and are questioning four others following an armed robbery at a north-side convenience store late Saturday afternoon.
A fire that destroyed a home on the 1200 block of Jeanette Street was caused by "improper disposal of a cigarette," the Abilene Fire Department says.
A wide variety of crops will be planted and all of them will be on sell for the summer.
The Honeycomb Tree's owner, Diane Lunsford, says that she is looking for input from citizens to make Abilene's downtown the place to be. She is always listening to her customer's to where she has their comments to bring to meetings, but she wants more people to share in the passion.
The City Council approved an agreement to analyze the needs of the current public safety communication system.
Three weeks ago Devon Clark was in a horrific accident that took the life of his friend. He is in CCU in a Temple, Texas hospital still fighting to recover from his many injuries. His family spoke out on Wednesday to say why their faith is helping them cope.
DRI donates 16-Passenger van to local church who does mobile ministries.
Local hospitals are cutting back due to the effects of different healthcare policies.
City of Abilene's Spring Break Camp for kids is fun, and takes stress off parents.
Ren Rides' Helps Disabled Through Using Horse Riding As Therapy.
The fire broke out around 5 in the afternoon in Clyde.
Make-up counter inside Dillard's is closing.
Thousands Came To Sweetwater This Weekend For The World's Largest Rattlesnake Round Up.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update March 10-14
A well-known Abilene attorney passed away late Saturday morning.
Two young Abilene men were arrested early Friday morning after they allegedly robbed a man at a south Abilene apartment complex over $5.
A woman says she was held at gunpoint at a central Abilene motel early Friday morning.
The cold and dreary Saturday didn't stop the Lake Brownwod State Park from holding a grand opening 5K run for its new trail.
The Texas Department of Transportation launched its month-long DWI Hangovers Don’t Go Away campaign.
After we reached out to the the Taylor County Sheriff's Office on a story that ran on our airwaves, they conducted an internal investigation to see exactly what happened when 25 year old diabetic Jason Hood was brought in by Taylor County deputies.
25-year-old Jason Hood claims he passed out while in jail due to his inability to obtain insulin while there.
The trail opens this Saturday along with a grand opening 5K celebration.
Hamlin Hospital and other small town hospitals say that policy changes now being enforced by the affordable care act have lead to heavy budget strains, resulting in layoffs and other budget cuts.
The construction location will be at at 4702 Southwest Drive.
Many Have Reported Receiving Phone Calls Asking For Their Personal Information.
Spring is not even here yet, but it's time to start thinking about summer. Summer camps, anyway. Do you think summer camps are a fading tradition, or will you be sending your kid this year?
Hundreds Came To Honor March 2nd As A Day Of Freedom.
Texas Attorney General candidate Dan Branch visits Abilene.
Around 150 runners gathered at Redbud Park early Saturday morning to participate in a 5K run that honored a fallen APD officer Rodney Holder
Runners and their four-legged friends gathered at Nelson Park early Saturday morning for the 2nd Annual Bark for Life event.
The Brown County Heart Association hosted their annual Heart Gala fundraiser at the Brownwood Country Club on Saturday.
A large number of people voted early for Tuesday's primary election
A man is in the hospital after falling off a moving vehicle early Saturday afternoon.
When times get tough many people around the world including the Big Country turn to the power of prayer to comfort them. For one McMurry student the power of prayer is not only helping him through a tough period in his life, but he's helping others, as well.
This week on KRBC's Do My Job, Morning Meteorologist Adrian Castellano learns what it takes to run a multiple attraction facility.
More Women Are Obtaining Their CHL In The Last Two Years.