Taking an in depth look at the beginning of the first full week in May.
We're breaking down each proposed project until bond day on May 9th.
How using this Apple each day could keep the doctor away....
While most people retire by their eighties one woman is looking for new business opportunities.
Hardin Simmons University changed their housing regulations and some students are voicing their concerns.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urges owners of certain Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors vehicles to act immediately on recall notices to replace defective Takata airbags.
The sale is sponsored by the Hendrick Medical Center Auxiliary and a part of the proceeds go to help fund hospital projects.
Abilene Chamber of Commerce personally thanks Military Leaders.
Dan Patrick shares where he believes the Texas energy situation is expected to be.
The city of Bangs are in search for a new Chief of Police which would mark the fourth Chief of Police in the past four years.
Police searched five gaming rooms in Breckenridge today. Find out what they found.
The West Texas Rehabilitation Center (WTRC) is hosting an online auction through January 18.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Taylor County is now taking applications for its next Master Gardener volunteer training class.
Two children were transported to the hospital after a shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, Tuesday.
Approximately 200 FFA and 4-H youth are participating in the Nolan County Junior Livestock Show that runs from January 14 through 18.
Some people in South Abilene woke up to find their windows had been shot out overnight.
A pregnant North Texas woman being kept on life support against her family's wishes is stirring political debate in a state immersed in competitive primary races, and fresh off a legislative session where lawmakers had tense debates over when life begins and how it can end.
Making the community a better place to live for all residents is a priority for the City of Abilene. Monday, January 13th, 2014 the Public Works Department will start a project on South 1st.
The primaries are underway and a flurry of legislative scorecards is coming out, offering both information and misinformation about the candidates. The grades are useful so long as you know how they were determined.
The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality was in Abilene Thursday to present the local emergency planning committee their.
The city of Bangs has issued a boil water notice for water customers living east of the city limits due to a water line break on Wednesday.
The Abilene City Council Thursday morning approved plans for a new winery and special event center in downtown Abilene.
Registration is now open for the City of Abilene Recreation Division Men’s and Women’s Basketball Leagues.
A new study suggests only 25 percent of kids are exercising regularly. In today's Smart Woman Report, find out how much exercise experts say children should be getting.