OSHA is investigating the tragic fatality that took place at a rig site controlled by Reserve Drilling, near Big Spring, Texas, Sunday November 16.
The Taylor County Courthouse has a lot on their hands after recent theft incidents and the loss of their cleaning staff.
Organizations that support Veterans can now apply for more than $6 million in grants through the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance.
The Abilene Zoo has a new Alligator Snapping Turtle, and he needs a name.
One person is sent to the hospital after a wreck on South 14th and South Clack.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), cooking is the leading cause of home fires on Thanksgiving Day.
Sixth annual State Farm® Distracted Driving Survey digs deeper into drivers’ cellphone habits.
The Abilene High Eagles will continue their march in the Class 6A football playoffs against Frenship on Friday.
Comptroller-Elect Glenn Hegar announced Monday the reorganization of the Executive Team and the appointment of several senior staff members to the office of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA).
A homeowner and her daughter-in-law are still in shock and fear nearly one week following a home invasion in north Abilene.
Disguised as the IRS, legitimate businesses or family members, scam artists are targeting many throughout the Big Country.
Veteran's Day was last week, but Abilene's Golden Corral wants to keep the respect for veterans and active duty military alive by joining their national corporation in celebrating Military Appreciation Day.
A planned pipeline hopes to battle enduring drought conditions.
Kissing in the name of science, why researchers had couples pair up.
Abilene Psychiatric Associates and Abilene Behavioral Health have made a joint agreement to discontinue their partnership, an ABH spokesperson confirms.
Governor-elect Greg Abbott met with Lieutenant General Sean MacFarland on Monday to discuss issues relating to members of the military stationed in Texas, veterans affairs, and how state government can best act to support the U.S. Armed Forces.
How much money will we be planning to spend on gas this Thanksgiving?
Carlee Hoffman takes a look at the road conditions after Sunday night's snow.
Demarko Brown allegedly stabbed one person and punched another man several times, resulting in his death.
"It is with great regret that we inform you that we have closed our doors for business."
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Taylor County will be hosting the 2014 Abilene Area Pecan Show on December 9, 2014.
The Abilene Animal Services shelter will be closed Saturday, Nov. 22, due to construction in the front office.
Marking the second Ebola death in the United States, Dr. Martin Salia died at around 5 a.m. ET Monday, according to Nebraska Medicine spokesman Taylor Wilson.
Answer this series of questions, and we'll check them on the first day of spring to see who had the closest winter weather predictions.
Some people cut into a persimmon to see its seed pattern, some look to the squirrels, others trust the Farmer's Almanac. KTAB's Carlee Hoffman looks into some of the many winter weather predictors.
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 0.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.70/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 13,114 gas outlets in Texas.
At its Nov. 10th regular meeting, the Abilene ISD Board of Trustees recognized a first for one district campus.
The City of Abilene Senior Services Division is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014.
Find out the latest road conditions across the state by going to www.DriveTexas.org.
Check this list for updates on school, business, and organization closings and delays in the region for Monday due to winter weather.
The Abilene Police Department is needing information that helps them arrest and charge the man responsible for a daylight robbery at a south Abilene home.
Early winter flurries caused dozens of wrecks across the Big Country on Sunday. Several people involved in those wrecks were taken to the hospital.
Light precipitation and freezing temperatures have been reported throughout the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Brownwood District.
The City of Abilene's Street Services Administrator says the City is prepared for winter weather.
Several flights have been cancelled at Abilene Regional Airport.
With the early rain, dropping temperature, and snow, road conditions have become extremely dangerous. The following highways are becoming or are already impassable.
Emergency crews have been responding to traffic accidents across the Abilene area Sunday due to the slick roadways.
If you heard the tunes blaring or felt the vibrations of booming car stereo systems in Abilene over the weekend, it may have been a unique charitable event.
KTAB's Avery Anderson gives a quick report on road conditions north of Abilene as of 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
LUBBOCK, TX -- According to the Lubbock Police Twitter page, four crashes on the South Plains Sunday were fatal.
The Texas Department of Transportation is continuing to prepare and watch out for icy conditions on the road as freezing temperatures drop across the Big Country.
Abilene police have already responded to two single-vehicle wrecks that occurred in the same spot on Winters Freeway early Sunday afternoon.
Family and friends of Robert Harrington, the Abilene man killed in a motorcycle accident late September, gathered at the crash site on Saturday to protest.
In response to a viewer inquiry on how snowflakes are made, KTAB meteorologist Carlee Hoffman gives this creative response in rap form.
A Tuscola man has been arrested and charged with murder.
Two people were sent to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries late Saturday morning following a rollover accident in north Abilene.
The Lubbock County Medical Examiner's office has confirmed the identities of two female killed in an apartment fire.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after police say he fatally shot a dog because he didn't like the animal's breed.
Friday morning engineers from the Texas Department of Transportation presented their proposal for a preferred outer loop to the Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Even though Veteran's Day has come and gone, the Early Chamber of Commerce continues to show its appreciation for those who served our country.