Progress is being made toward new plumbing in Buffalo Gap.
An entire social service department is relocating due to costly elevator repairs.
It could potentially put you behind bars and cause damage to your body. A recent case that went public could be the consequence of it. It's called doctor shopping, which describes a patient using multiple prescription pills from two or more doctors.
The Islamic terrorist group ISIS is possibly hacking websites in the Big Country.
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The warning system called Code Red will send email alerts to Taylor County employees in case of severe weather or other emergencies such as evacuations.
Elk City police said a 19-year-old, from Abilene, TX, died after crashing a stolen vehicle into a home during a high-speed chase early Tuesday morning.
The newly announced Republican presidential candidate told CNN's Dana Bash on Tuesday that he will sign up for health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act -- a law he has been on a crusade to kill.
The Callahan County Sheriff's Department is searching for a fugitive after a car chase Monday night.
Abilene Restoration's website appears to have been hacked by ISIS supporters.
The Lone Star Literary Life, a weekly online publication, has named Abilene as one of the Top Ten Bookish Destinations in Texas for 2015.
Governor Greg Abbott has filed an amicus brief in opposition to the Obama administration’s Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Appeal in the case to halt President Obama’s executive amnesty.
The City of Abilene Recreation Division will be hosting an Evening Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
The City of Abilene has published a citizen's guide to the May 9, 2015 Bond Election on their website.
Pre-indictment cases were filed Tuesday against an Abilene man, arrested for 3rd Degree Felony Injury to a Child.
Cecilia Abbott, first lady of the State of Texas, will be the keynote speaker at McMurry University’s 2015 Women’s Leadership Luncheon.
While Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick prepares to have the Texas Senate vote this week on more than $4.5 billion in cuts to property and business taxes, the measures are drawing a sharp debate on whether the plan is cutting the right taxes.
Even Texans with the greenest of lawns water them too much, many landscape experts say.
Three days of wall-to-wall media coverage? Check. A ready-made audience of thousands of Christian conservatives? Check. A message tailor-made to fire up the GOP base? Check.
Hamby Volunteer Fire Fighters responded to a structure fire at 405 Spring Creek Road in Shackelford County shortly before 10:00 p.m. on Monday.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo spoke with the witness who treated the three injured victims of a vehicle fire.
Attorney for Former Abilene ISD Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns speaks out about his client's allegations of mishandling allegations of inappropriate student-teacher relationships.
The Texas Department of Public Safety seized $2,606,709.60 in cocaine during a routine traffic stop near Hidalgo County on Monday.
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A pedestrian has been taken to the hospital after being his by a car at the intersection of North 1st and Mockingbird Lane.
Police were called out to the 3400 Blk. of Ambler Ave. at around 6 a.m. on Monday, March 23, 2015 for a Robbery that just occurred at a convenience store.
An ISIS list targeting U.S. service members includes airmen in Abilene.
The Lone Star State has no shortage of specialty license plates including "Texas 4 Ever," "Ducks Unlimited" and"Fight Terrorism." But state officials drew the line when one organization sought to have their logo — the Confederate flag — depicted on a plate.
District Attorney Micheal Murray reports that felony cases were recently heard in Brown/Mills County District Court, Judge Stephen Ellis presiding.
The sixth annual Empty Bowls Project will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 at the Brownwood Coliseum.
The first-term senator from Texas announced early Monday he is running for president.
With 146 people killed in Texas work zone crashes last year – an increase of more than 20 percent from 2013 – the Texas Department of Transportation urges drivers to slow down, pay attention and be extra cautious when driving through work zones and construction areas.
Construction and maintenance projects continue in the Abilene area. Below is a list of upcoming projects for the week of March 23-27, 2015.
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 0.9 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.22/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 13,114 gas outlets in Texas.
There has been an incase in the number of car burglary cases this year.
ACU students stayed awake for 24 hours straight preparing for their rendition of Disney's High School Musical.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz will announce Monday that he is seeking the Republican nomination for president, the boldest step yet in the junior Texas senator's meteoric rise.
Lubbock Police responded to reports of shots fired around 9:30 Saturday night near the Windsor Creek Apartments at 50th St. and Chicago Ave.
Seven siblings from an Orthodox Jewish family were killed early Saturday when a fire tore through their Brooklyn home after they had gone to bed, a tragedy that authorities believe was caused by a malfunctioning hot plate left on for the Sabbath.
Caroline's Carts are just one of the many things that families with special needs members believe would help make their lives in the community easier.
The nation's oldest female military veteran is dead. She was 108.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Friday on IH-40, yielding over 14 pounds of marijuana valued at over $87,000.
An El Paso Border Patrol Agent, Luis Angel Lozada, 29, was arrested and released on bond earlier this month.
A Stamford police officer was arrested in Lubbock County Friday and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Rainfall totals are starting to come in, but more is on the way. It will be a rainy Saturday.
Doctors office in Burns' prescription drug arrest: "It is not our responsibility to pass judgement."
One student is hopeful that a petition will convince McMurry administration to change minds.
The Alex Brown Memorial Bill in the Texas House of Representatives would making texting and driving illegal if passed.
KTAB's Ricky Ray traveled to the town south of Dallas, where multiple residents talked about the way the Blooming Grove ISD school board handled searching for a superintendent.
Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teenagers. In an effort to curb this deadly trend, the Texas Department of Transportation is partnering with more than 900 Texas high schools to remind teens to “Click It or Ticket.”