Injured Victim Speaks Out After Firework Explosion in Comanche
The United States Postal Service issued a letter Tuesday informing customers of its plans to resume rationalizing their mail processing facilities.
A Rising Star man is dead following an oilfield-related accident in Tom Green County early Thursday afternoon.
While people around the Big Country are celebrating Independence day, the 4th of July in Comanche marks a somber time for the community.
Swimmer's ear is a common problem, especially in the summer months. Recent Guidelines stress not to use oral antibiotics to treat the painful condition.
Abilene Fire Department Prepare for 4th of July Firework Show
We're used to plenty of sunshine here in the big country, especially during the summer. While you may already protect your body from the sun, it's important to not forget about protection for your eyes as well.
The benefits of aloe vera for your skin isn't just for sunburns. KTAB's Angela Schilling explains.
Two Related Cases of the Measles Confirmed in Taylor County
An estimated 2.2 steroid epidurals are given to older Americans each year to relieve back pain. Now, a new study in the New England Medical Journal questions the practice.
Firefighters were called to a house fire on the 1900 block of Mimosa Drive Tuesday around 8:30 p.m.
It was a nail-biting end for the U.S. Men's National Team's journey at the World Cup as they lost 2-1 against Belgium on Tuesday.
If you're traveling for the July 4th Holiday, you don't have to toss your good eating habits aside. You can eat well whether you're hopping in the car or catching a plane.
Two girls in Sweetwater started a lemonade stand last Friday to raise money for Michael Berry's funeral. Berry is the suspect killed during a police standoff in Sweetwater last week.
A pelvic exam has been a standard part of a woman's annual wellness visit. Now, one medical group says the harms outweigh the benefits.
Two Subway employees in north Abilene were reportedly held at gunpoint Friday afternoon.
Police are looking for your help in solving a recent identity theft case that stretched from Abilene to the metroplex. The right information could get you a cash reward.
The deadline to come up with an agreement before Hendrick Medical Center considers Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBSTX) members out-of-network is Monday, June 30th.
The Taylor County Elections Office is seeking input from the public about a proposed countywide polling place program.
The famous Fort Griffin Fandangle in Albany wrapped up its festivities over the weekend.
Austin Shirley along with his friend and dog have reached the final destination of their journey after months of walking across the country to raise money for wounded service men and women.
Up and Coming Neighborhoods Featured in Abilene Home Parade
Owner of Farm & Ranch Western Wear, Welton Robinson, celebrated 50 years in business all day Saturday.
The West Texas Chapter of the Harley Owners Group hosted an event Saturday benefiting Rescue the Animals, SPCA.
One man is dead after he tried evading arrest late Thursday afternoon in Eastland County.
AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols for an 11-day period that includes the July 4th holiday.
An Abilene Umpire is Seriously Injured After a Wild Pitch During a Wylie and Dixie All Star game.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo spoke with Kay Durilla with the Taylor County Public Health District about measles after a case was confirmed in an infant residing in Taylor County.
Cancer treatment often takes a devastating toll on a woman's body, which can lead to depression and poorer outcomes. A program that helps women deal with the physical changes to their bodies is called "Look Good Feel Better" is celebrating their 25th anniversary.
Summer activities are officially in full swing, that means many people are swimming, boating, even tubing on the lake. However, researchers want to warn you before you tie a tube to back of a boat.
The infant was exposed to a confirmed case of measles during recent travel to another state currently experiencing a measles outbreak, and developed symptoms upon return to Texas.
The storms from a couple weeks ago hit the downtown area hard. One florist shop in Abilene is still picking up the pieces.
An Abilene organization, that helps provide housing and counseling for children in need, is getting much needed support. On Wednesday, a check was presented to New Horizons for $74,000 from the Bilbo Golf Classic.
Summer is upon us, and for many that means fun in the sun. If that fun includes a day at the pool, there are some safety guidelines you'll want to keep in mind.
A New Law for Vehicle Inspection Stickers will start March 1, 2015.
Friday will mark the final day of business for Citibanks in Abilene and the Big Country.
The deadline to come up with an agreement before Hendrick Medical Center considers Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBSTX) members out-of-network is fast approaching. Both camps say they are still in negotiation.
The northern part of the Big Country got hit with much needed rain again on Tuesday, but the downpours also flooded some cotton fields.
A large study finds adding 3-Dimensional imaging to standard digital mammography increases cancer detection. Researchers say the results could lead to changes in the way we screen for breast cancer.
Board members of the Abilene Community Theatre gathered at a meeting Sunday afternoon to discuss future planning and expenses.
A government task force is out with new guidelines for Vitamin D screening. The panel found there's not enough evidence for or against screening.
Last Day of Book Sale at the Civic Center
Abilene police are looking for your help in solving a crime. You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police solve a recent forgery case.
First Financial Bank, N.A., Adult Protective Services, and the Abilene Police Department have joined together to launch an Elderly Financial Exploitation and Abuse awareness and prevention program.
Summer "Soul"-stice Festival benefiting Ben Richey Boys Ranch
Fandangle Parade Marches Through Downtown Albany
Bookworms are wiggling their way to the Abilene Civic Center over the weekend for this year's Friends of the Abilene Public Library Book Sale.
The first day of summer also marks the longest day of the year. In honor of that, Wisteria Place held 'The Longest Day' fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer's Association on Saturday.
Airmen from across the country launched from Dyess Air Force Base Saturday morning to be a part of an annual training event.
ABILENE, Texas – Saturday June 21, 2014, Animal Services is partnering with ACCO Farm and Ranch Center once again offering free flea and tick dips for Abilene area residents’ dogs.