While the US is trying to contain the cases that have arisen here in the states, the government is still doing its part to help control the disease in Africa.
The first patient to contract Ebola on United States soil has been air-lifted to Maryland.
Around 8:00 p.m. Thursday there was a two vehicle accident on South 1st and Treadaway in Abilene.
With no second hand stores in the city of Albany, one local woman takes it upon her self to organize a clothing ministry.
A common case of dry eyes might be an underlying symptom of something much more serious.
The Child Development Center on Dyess Airforce Base now honors a familiar face to the lone star state.
Old mansions are inherently creepy, but one here in Abilene is taking the fright factor to another level by undergoing a spine-tingling transformation.
Promotions and retirement cause a shift in the Heartland academic leadership.
After being understaffed, the City of Bangs Police Department is welcoming some much needed relief.
How you can protect your baby from the number one cause of death for infants aged 1 month to 1 year.
The weather modification process known as cloud seeding has come and gone in the Big Country, at least for the time being.
Breast cancer survivors, fighters, loved ones, and supporters took a break from the stressful battle with the disease to play some games and raise awareness.
The Harvey House has served a variety of purposes in its long life. Now, the city of Brownwood is giving the community the opportunity to become part of its history.
The city of Early's 36th Annual Awards Banquet awards one local store as the Business of the Year.
For some businesses, the colder temperatures can be a blessing, but for others it can be a nuisance.
Much of how we style our hair to make it look good is actually doing it damage. Nonetheless, there are ways to have both healthy and beautiful hair.
On Monday night, the Merkel city council held a public hearing as part of its agenda to discuss whether or not the public library should move into the city's only community center.
During a school board meeting this evening, AISD voted to expand the dual credit medical program to include more students.
A chemical found inside vegetables such as broccoli and kale is helping to treat symptoms of autism.
The Abilene Fire Department is investigating an unoccupied house fire that started late Sunday morning.
A driver has been arrested after causing a wreck on South 20th & Willis Street late Sunday morning.
About 100 students who love to sing showcased their talents at this year's Homecoming Choir Concert at Abilene Christian University.
The Hispanic Business Council of Abilene hosted its 7th Annual Business Mercado at the Abilene Civic Center on Saturday.
McMurry University reopened its Old Main building on Saturday after nearly four years of restoration.
South Taylor Emergency Medical Services (STEMS) hosted a fundraiser event and first open house at the newly purchased station on Saturday.
Two Abilene candidates have announced their plans to run for the Place 6 council seat, after it was vacated by councilwoman Kellie Miller this week.
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Coleman ISD presents money and supplies to Post ISD at high school football
Distinguished alumni gathered at Cooper High School to get inducted into the Cougar Hall of Fame.
Hold on to your saddles and enjoy the show while one of the new Six White Horses riders takes the reins.
With public concern over diseases such as ebola and enterovirus, doctors are expecting busier emergency rooms when seasonal viruses arrive.
Fall is supposed to bring cooler temperatures and in some parts of the country fall colors. While we may not have any forests the Big Country has its fair share of fall foliage too,
A Howard Payne University professor was inducted into the Wayland Baptist University's Athletic Hall of Honor for achievements earned as a track and field coach.
Abilene Regional Medical Center employees wore pink for breast cancer awareness and to show support for survivors.
A group of Abilene men donate their time and talent to helping the handicapped.
After their coach was diagnosed with breast cancer, the Mullin High School volleyball team finds ways to support the woman who helped inspired them to a winning season.
Doctors say a small seed delivers big nutritional value.
Residents of Coleman say they are used to seeing high electric bills but they have seen costs increase exponentially within the last few months.
Students from around the Heartland came together in Brownwood for the annual Fields of Faith event.
Today is International Walk to School Day and one New Jersey elementary school finds that the change of pace promotes healthy living later in life.
The city of Brownwood gets ready to host the first Battle of 377 in three years.
Dozens gathered at the Mall of Abilene parking lot on Monday to attend the 2014 National Night Out.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo reports from Comanche county, where the capital murder trial of Michael Lowery is taking place. Michael Lowery is charged in connection with the slaying of his wife Amber Christensen Lowery.
An organization that uses deer meat to feed the hungry is having a raffle to help raise funds.
A home on the city's north side was demolished today after the homeowners showed no sign of remodeling the home to make it safe again.
Pam's Pets in Abilene has a new climate controlled fish tank that can simulate natural underwater conditions.
The City of Ballinger approved on Monday to reinstate the position of a local officer fired for allegedly making racist remarks.
A 90-year-old Zephyr resident is counting his blessings after striking a train on a railroad crossing near Zephyr Monday evening.
Ballinger City Council reinstated a police officer previously fired by the Chief of Police.