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 in Wednesday morning. Despite his mother bringing them insulin, it was still not given to him.
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.
Sometimes we go to work sick or know someone who has, an Abilene doctor speaks about dealing with germs at the office.
Local Says They Are Receiving The Wrong Prescription From Local Pharmacies.
Wednesday a judge out of San Antonio said that the ban on same sex marriage is unconstitutional and that set waves of opposition and support from across the state. Even churches are standing behind the ruling, in support of the LGBT community.
Dyess Receiving Honor For The Resource's Their Chapel Provides
New Tablets At The Dinner Table Have People Questioning The Meaning Of Family Time. Others, Like Them.
Taylor County is currently in a Moderate to Severe drought stage. As the dry conditions continue, the drought is getting worse. The City of Abilene is reminding everyone that stage one water restrictions still apply.
After The Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Gun Sales Were Off The Charts, Now They Have Stabilized.
Bullying across the country is rising and for many making it through a school day is rough. One of Hardin-Simmons' band students knows that all too well, but he has persevered and is now enjoying the fruits of his labor.
Some workers at Abilene's PepsiCo plant will lose their jobs, Workforce Solutions says.
Brownwood is looking to consider approval of two projects at the city council meeting this Tuesday.
An Abilene man is in jail after police say he intentionally ran over another man with his vehicle following a disturbance Saturday afternoon.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update February 24-28.
Almost Seven Months After His Disappearance And Brandon's Family Still Doesn't Have Answers.
The Kiwanis Club hosted their 58th Annual Chili Day Saturday afternoon.
People in Abilene got an exclusive look Saturday morning at what it's like to track a storm.
Run or Dyke 5K returns to Abilene for its second time in less than one year.
The Garza County Sheriff's Office and Texas Rangers are investigating the death of a two year old girl in Post.
Voters began casting their ballots this week for primary races as early voting began on Tuesday.
After leading law enforcement on a man hunt around the Big Country, Kenneth Shults has been caught.
There have been multiple grass fires this week and unless rain heads our way, fire experts say that these fires will continue.
Dr. Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan and Her Son Speak At The 10th Annual Autism Extravaganza.
A mother and son share their journey of how Autism has changed their lives.
The war on drugs is a long fought battle, and between the Abilene Police Department and heads shops in town selling synthetic cannabis. That war came head to head in June. With a ordinance that moved head shops away from industrial areas, the department has not received an emergency medical call involving synthetic pot since October.
Officer on scene confirms one death and multiple others injured.
Newlyweds Get Ready To Begin Foster Parent Training
Two men have been arrested late Monday night after allegedly stealing a gun and money from a home in the Alameda Addition.
Thieves Have Broken Into Seven Post Offices In The Last Two Days.
Ringo Drilling employees were laid off last week, but other companies are looking to hire them.
A house fire on County Road 383 in Anson leaves a family without a place to call home.
Clear Skies And Bright Sunshine Brought An Increase In Business And An Increase In Traffic.
A woman reported on Valentine's Day that she was assaulted, kidnapped and held captive for three days.
An accident on Rolling Green Drive causes flooding by a south Abilene hotel late Sunday morning.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update February 17-21.
Hundreds Came Out For The Unique Displays At Craftapalozza
The trial not only took it's toll for family and friends of Tiffany Klapheke, but the twelve jurors, as well. One of them, Elizabeth McDonald opened up to us about the experience of being a part of the trial.
The Abilene 911 Center has the technology, the people, and the passion on hand ready to take on any tragedy that you throw their way.
A Non-Profit that brings beautiful dresses into the hands of women and girls that don't normally get the chance to slip into an evening gown. For Valentine's Day they are throwing their second annual Masquerade Ball to help them bring back some of the help they have brought to so many.
Tiffany Klapheke has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, with no fine.
In one weekend more than $3,500 worth of valuables were stolen from one bar parking lot. While car break ins have had a steady number, this past month car break ins at bar parking lots spiked.
The jury has found Tiffany Klapheke guilty on all charges.
Jury deliberation has begun in the Klapheke trial. Klapheke currently faces two charges.
Russian Native Tells Personal Stories Of Sochi
Dr. Marc Orner, Maria Ramos, and Sandra Sidel testified in the Klapheke case on Tuesday.
Many Locals Say They Have Seen Coyotes In Their Backyard And By The Playground Of Wyllie High School
Tiffany Klapheke's ex-husband, CPS worker, and a neuropsychologist testified in her deadly child neglect trial.
A man in Runnels County was arrested Monday. The man, who was under investigation for the sale of marijuana, was discovered to have a functioning bomb in his home.
'Pilots N Paws' Team Up With Local Animal Shelters To Help Bring Animals To New Homes Nationwide.
A Coleman woman has been arrested for shooting a man in central Abilene early Saturday night, APD says.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update February 10-14.
A house fire in Sweetwater puts a woman in the hospital.
The Leadership Advisory Board of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Jones County will host Meet the Candidates Fundraiser/Meal and Auction on February 10th.
A fire in Eastland County destroys a family's home late Friday night.
A man is in the hospital early Saturday evening after police say he was shot at the 2500 block of Russell Avenue.
Joseph Thomas Foundation Holds 7th Annual Triathlon To Remember The Life Of Young Thomas.
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office says they've received a number of calls on Saturday regarding a phone scam.
A couple from California decided that after being welcomed by the Salvation Army, in Abilene, they've decided that this is the place for them.
Thomas Klapheke testified for the defense in the trial of Tiffany Klapheke, and the judge determined that Tiffany Gann, who allegedly had an affair with Thomas, will testify.
KRBC Morning Meteorologist Adrian Castellano finds out baking sweet treats can be much easier than decorating them
Snow really is a rarity here in West Texas. So we want to know--do you love it? Or are you counting down the minutes until it melts away?
Back in October Officer Sid Reyes was in the middle of a controversy after he pepper sprayed a deaf man. Now, now nearly four months later Reyes is retiring.
Dr. Mark Wernick stated that he believed Tiffany Klapheke may have R.A.D.
New studies show that Mediterranean diets might not just be for older dieters.
Mission Abilene Starts National Movement In Abilene To Inspire People To Conquer Their Goals
KRBC's Courtney Burris recounts the testimony of the pediatrician of Tiffany Klapheke, and the phone calls Klapheke made to her mother.
Victim dies early Tuesday after spending four days in the hospital following a fight.
A Jones County accident leaves three people in the hospital mid-Sunday evening.
Abilene police are looking for the driver of a vehicle responsible for hitting a utility pole and leaving the scene Sunday morning.
Crews worked to plow moderate to heavy snow accumulations in several area counties
AEP Texas is reminding electricity users to keep safety in mind when taking steps to keep warm, especially when using space heaters.
The American Legion and Texas Veterans Held Annual TET Reunion At The Taylor County Expo Center.
AEP Texas is making preparations for the winter storm expected to hit the Abilene area this evening, according to Greg Blair, AEP Texas regional manager of External Affairs.
With another winter storm in the forecast, the Texas Department of Transportation's Abilene and Brownwood Districts are again preparing to treat roadways for the expected icy conditions.
The Buffalo Gap Historic Village is accepting applications for The Zombie Games.
With an announcement from McMurry University on Friday that they were withdrawing their bid from division II to a division III. Many of their athletes might be wondering where they stand as the university tries to remain financially stable.