Hold on to your saddles and enjoy the show while one of the new Six White Horses riders takes the reins.
For the first time in 19 years, a student is choreographing ACU's homecoming production.
A Howard Payne University professor was inducted into the Wayland Baptist University's Athletic Hall of Honor for achievements earned as a track and field coach.
For the first time in the history of "The World Famous" Cowboy band, a woman is stepping up to the podium as drum major to lead the band in performance.
This week on KRBC's "Do My Job," morning meteorologist Adrian Castellano suited up to be a firefighter.
With the recent oil boom in West Texas, counties are looking for a solution to deal with infrastructure problems.
Students from around the Heartland came together in Brownwood for the annual Fields of Faith event.
The Abilene Bond Advisory Committee listened to proposals from local organizations who want funding for potential future projects.
An Abilene woman came home after a weekend away to find a note on her front door from fire investigators. The note stated that an intentional fire was set on the south side of her home.
A 20 year old Sweetwater man has exceeded doctors expectations of the length of his life.
Dozens gathered at the Mall of Abilene parking lot on Monday to attend the 2014 National Night Out.
An organization that uses deer meat to feed the hungry is having a raffle to help raise funds.
A home on the city's north side was demolished today after the homeowners showed no sign of remodeling the home to make it safe again.
The jury finds Michael Lowery guilty for the murder of Amber Lowery. He is sentenced to life in prison.
Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry visits Abilene to educate voters on new procedures.
Pam's Pets in Abilene has a new climate controlled fish tank that can simulate natural underwater conditions.
A 90-year-old Zephyr resident is counting his blessings after striking a train on a railroad crossing near Zephyr Monday evening.
Ballinger City Council reinstated a police officer previously fired by the Chief of Police.
The National Night Out event is scheduled to take place tomorrow night around Brown County.
Neighbors are questioning the cause of a house fire that occurred on the 100 block of Prairie Star Road this past Saturday.
Rain chances have entered our forecast!
The deadline to register to vote for the November 4th general election is Monday, October 6th.
A beef company based out of Corpus Christi, Texas is recalling about 91,000 pounds of ground beef after reports of contamination, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
Lots of sunshine for the week ahead and temperatures will continue to rise until Wednesday.
Riders got up early Saturday morning to participate in the 3rd Annual Bike for Kids' Sake.
The Texas Tech School of Pharmacy in Abilene held their 5th Annual Medication Cleanout on Saturday.
A fire in Potosi destroyed a home and displaced a family late Saturday morning.
A pedestrian walking along the 3400 block of Catclaw Drive was struck by a driver Saturday afternoon.
A family whose home burned back in March is hoping for a construction permit to rebuild their lives.
While there may be vacancies in the regular number of staff, the Bangs city Mayor reassures the public that the streets are being patrolled as usual.
Downtown Abilene now has new accessible pedestrian signals at the Butternut and Elm intersection.
A familiar sight along Abilene's railroad tracks will soon start to disappear once a thorough plan is in place.
A lunch presentation highlighted an Abilene doctor's published cancer research.
After a traffic incident that left a Cooper High student dead, many residents in that neighborhood are wondering when they will see sidewalks or bike lanes.
Ebola patient in Dallas, Thomas Eric Duncan, has a son attending Angelo State University.
While some might be questioning Pluto's status, AISD is sticking with the International Astronomical Union's opinion.
Sayles Boulevard is shut down at the South 36th intersection by Cooper High School due to a pipe main rupture
This week on "Do My Job," KRBC Meteorologist Adrian Castellano traveled to Phoenix Collision Body Shop in Abilene.
A chain restaurant in Brownwood is donating funds to a local family for open-heart surgery.
Abilene homeowner is trying to repair her home after a fire. Family has two days to turn-in plan of action.
The deadly Ebola Disease has made its way to Texas. We asked a local Infectious Disease Physician whether Big County residents should be concerned.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli reports from Comanche county, where the capital murder trial of Michael Lowery is taking place.
50,000 pounds of pumpkin was delivered to one Brownwood market where owners expect to sell every one.
Shoes belonging to deceased victims of domestic violence will be on display to bring awareness to the problem.
The community is lending a helping hand for people still feeling the effects from the June hail storm.
Family and friends gathered to honor the memory of Nathan Joseph Fife, the 15-year-old Cooper student who was struck by a car while riding a bicycle on the way to school.
Several volunteer fire departments have responded to have house fire on FM 707 and CR 256.
A bicycle entering traffic collides with a motorcycle in Brownwood.
It's day one in the murder trial of Amber Lowery and new information has been shared through witness testimonies.
Motorcycle accident kills at least one near I-20 and Old Anson road.