Are you sleepless in Abilene? Are you female? Research finds more and
more women are suffering from insomnia and many are now taking sleeping
pills to help them get some rest. But is that safe? Why are women so
What's the one electronic device you have with you everywhere you go? The one you just can't leave home without? Your smart phone and cell phone companies know it and, based on what you do with that phone, they know a whole lot more about you, too.
Following a legislative session where lawmakers slashed funding for family planning and targeted Planned Parenthood, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has released a much-reduced list of organizations that will receive state dollars to provide birth control, STD testing and cervical and breast cancer screenings for the state's poorest women.
New numbers show the demand for sexual therapy drugs has skyrocketed over the past couple of years and as a result so has the number of counterfeit pills.
The holidays are a time to spread good cheer. They're also prime time
for scammers to cruise social media sites. They're on the hunt for your
money and your personal information.
The national do not call registry was put in place to stop telemarketer calls, but some telemarketers are finding a way to get around the law and get you on the phone.
Genetically modified, organic, non GMO, it's enough to make your head spin.
They're all terms you'll find in the grocery store these days, but what do they all mean and how can you decide on the right choice for your family?
An Abilene woman who bought appliances from a local store says she'll think twice before buying locally again.
Across the country, hundreds of people say they were ripped off by contractors who promised "going green" would help them save on their energy bills and help the environment. In reality some homeowners say instead they're "going broke" after paying out thousands of dollars and getting nothing in return.
Cellphone charges can become high, especially if you get messages and emails abroad.
The number of people using coupons has reached an all time high and now a growing number of people are buying and selling coupons online
Only 35 percent of Americans have a will that covers tangible assets, and experts say far fewer have considered their digital assets like email accounts, financial records and photos. What's the best way to protect them, and who should have the virtual key?
Fair trade products are catching on in popularity as more and more consumers put their money where their conscience is. However, as the dollars flow, so comes the controversy of companies pretending to be fair trade when they're not.
Ask any bride, planning a wedding on a budget is tough and let's face it the dress has got to be a showstopper. Our Investigation Unit has learned wedding dress scams are on the rise.
Four former American Commercial College students are suing the school less than a week after federal agents raided several of the college's campuses.
In the Murder Wall there is evidence boxed up and kept for years, in some cases even decades from every Abilene homicide. Victor Sotelo takes us back to the Murder Wall and opens another box
Thousands of children are victimized each year by a new, growing form of "high-tech" child identity theft.
The Texas Workforce Commission says American Commercial College administrators are committed to completing the training for currently enrolled students, if at all possible.
A Texas Workforce Commission report obtained by bigcountryhomepage.com details numerous violations at American Commercial College campuses in Abilene and Lubbock.
Most teenagers are eager to start driving. But the excitement new drivers experience, may be equal to the fear their parents are feeling when their children hit the road.
Paper or e-mail? That's the new questions you may be asked the next time you pay for something at a Big Country store and the clerk offers you a receipt.
Who's watching you while you shop at the mall? The door to the department store fitting room may be closed, but that doesn't always make much of a difference.