Lake Brownwood residents speak out after a "low-level" tornado shreds buildings and leaves many trying to figure out, just what happened.
A details look at the weather for the beginning of the week.
The Texas Strong Best Warrior Competition is an annual event that is designed for all recruits of the Texas Army National Guard currently waiting to attend basic training.
The 2015 Mayor’s Spring Hike along Cedar Creek, previously set to take place Saturday, April 18; took place Saturday morning, April 25.
More than 160 McMurry University alumni, students, families and friends gathered together in groups on Saturday, April 25, for the first McMurry Serves, a community service initiative which embodies the Servant Leadership spirit at McMurry.
Sun today but a storm tomorrow....
Common excuses a local trainer hears from clients on why they do not exercise.
It's been almost a year since former Abilene High School football player, Cory Almanza was critically injured in a car accident. But with the help of loved ones he has his sight set on a new goal.
Volunteering is helping two seniors in the Abilene community stay active and keep busy.
A popular item on the menu at Abilene I.S.D. schools is no longer being served. The district is among places across the country throwing away Blue Bell ice cream products after the massive recall.
This weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City. To this day, it's the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism on U.S. soil.
A detailed look at the beginning of the week.
The spring craft fair returns to the Big Country and this year it has a new host.
For the first time, the Academy of Country Music awards will take place at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret Stoll was arrested Friday on suspicion of possession of drugs at a Las Vegas resort swimming pool complex, police said.
A pretty television personality opened up her mouth and showed a lot of ugliness in a video that went viral this week. ESPN reporter Britt McHenry was caught on camera giving the business to an impound clerk while retrieving her towed car. Now the people on the other end of her tirade are responding.
In West, the community gathered in prayer and held a candlelight vigil to remember the 15 people, mostly firefighters, who died two years ago at 7:51 p.m., when the fertilizer plant in town caught fire and exploded.
The remains were found near the Mile Long Bridge on March 25th.