The Potosi Volunteer Fire Department created a new flier in hopes to remind people they are needing a new station.
Does your toddler seem overly fussy and have trouble calming him or herself? It can be stressful, especially for new parents, but new research says plopping your child in front of the TV isn't always the best option.
Business owners of Shady Oaks Shopping Center in Eastland stood outside in disbelief as they watched firefighters battle a massive fire late Tuesday afternoon.
Family and friends are coping with the loss of 64-year-old Jesus Tijerina.
About 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and this spring could be even worse due harsh winter conditions.
Police have pictures of a person-of-interest in several forgery check cases and they are asking people who recognize her to call them at 676-TIPS or 676-8477.
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.
Firefighters continue to watch over the pallet yard that burned down late Friday night. As of Saturday, smoke was still seen flowing out of the ground.
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.
Women are at a higher risk for some eye diseases than men, and the overwhelming majority aren't aware of their increased risk.
Each year in the fall the Big Country Master Gardeners have a plant sale, but their spring sale is much bigger.
Water is key to overall health, yet numbers show about a third of children drink the recommended amount.
Man's best friend is also a life saver for those with epilepsy.
Now the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force is recommending a low dose aspirin for women at high risk for preeclampsia.
Newspaper and kitchen scraps are commonly used to make compost. Audrey Gillespie likes to add an extra ingredient, worms.
The use of electronic cigarettes is skyrocketing, and now poisonings related to the cigarettes are also rising.
A former Merkel student says he's suffered from seizures ever since a bullying incident in the 1990s
The Early Police Department is looking to reduce the amount of drugs being transported through Brown County with the help of a new furry employee.
A frustrated mother from Merkel claims bullying has been an ongoing issue in schools that she started a petition hoping stop it.
New research shows more women are choosing to have breast life surgery to get their body back after childbirth.
Police are searching for a man who they are calling a person of interest in connection to a recent credit card abuse case.
Vendors at this year's Big Country Outdoor & Home Expo say attendance continues to increase.
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.
A young Abilene boy is using his birthday as a way to help the less fortunate.
Outlaws and Legends concert brings traveling businesses into the Big County.
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.
The CDC says new findings don't mean more children are developing autism, it means more cases are being discovered due to heightened awareness.
A shooting in Santa Anna, has sent one man to the hospital and another is in custody.
New government statistics show the number of children identified with autism continues to rise.
A popular north side Abilene restaurant is growing after opening its doors January.
Government health officials say despite progress, more needs to be done to keep patients safe and prevent them from getting infections while in the hospital.
An Abilene woman was at the Walmart in San Angelo during the time a suspect was shot by police Monday afternoon.
Multiple car break-ins occurred overnight at Sunset Arbor Townhomes located on West Lake Road.
A Ranger woman who was arrested in Clyde after she attempted to rob a convenience store strikes again less than 24 hours later.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo reports live after a news conference about a man suspected of shooting an Abilene IHOP early Sunday morning, that is now in police custody.
A new study looks at whether e-cigarettes may be an effective way to stop smoking or reduce smoking.
Customers hoping to grab breakfast at IHOP Sunday morning were turned away after the restaurant was forced to shut their doors temporarily.
Police are searching for a man who they are calling a person of interest in connection to a recent debit card abuse case.
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 best of the best high school power lifters in Texas competed for a state title in the Key City on Saturday.
Super fans of the CBS reality show, Big Brother, auditioned in Abilene in hopes to make it to this summer's cast.
The city of Abilene Parks & Recreation Division hosted their 22nd annual Steam-N-Wheels Bike Race and Fun Ride Saturday morning.