A man inside the Mall of Abilene gets into a physical fight with some security officers Wednesday night.
Friends and family of Brenda Ruth Holland say they are relieved Danny Cannon has been captured.
A new study shows using marijuana may increase heart complications in young and middle-aged adults
Every summer it's important to teach children warm weather safety.
On Monday night, the Eastland Board of City Commissioners met to discuss their monthly agenda that included speaking with an attorney about a former police officer.
A new study published in the journal "Pediatrics" finds some emergency room doctors are still prescribing codeine, even though guidelines warn it can be dangerous in children.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that helps investigators resolve a recent arson case.
An Abilene woman says she's grateful everyday that she finished the Boston marathon an hour before the bombs exploded near the finish line last year.
The Eastland Economic Development Inc., Board will bring in the Small Business Development Center and the Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas from Abilene Monday, April 21st. They will talk to business employees and employers about low interest loans to help them get started again.
ACU will celebrate Dr. Gary McCaleb on Monday for having been a part of the school for 50 years.
On Monday, April 21st, there will be a public hearing at Heritage Hall in Merkel at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the rezoning request for a Walmart Express.
It's that time of the year where kids dressed in purple and pink attire run across fields with the mission of grabbing as many Easter eggs as possible.
An American Eagle plane had to make an emergency landing in Abilene Saturday afternoon.
Texas Tech University School of Pharmacy held their annual Medication Cleanout on Saturday.
One man was ejected from his vehicle and sent to the hospital following a rollover accident in Brown County early Friday morning.
The fire started in a storage shed on CR 336 in Taylor County.
Many people are dealing with allergies from different types of pollen, but did you know what you eat can also bring on the sneezing and watery itchy eyes? Well it can, and most people don't even realize their food is the culprit.
Tomato plants can be a big hit in the spring and summertime. Knowing when to plant them is a common question.
The Potosi Volunteer Fire Department created a new flier in hopes to remind people they are needing a new station.
Does your toddler seem overly fussy and have trouble calming him or herself? It can be stressful, especially for new parents, but new research says plopping your child in front of the TV isn't always the best option.
Business owners of Shady Oaks Shopping Center in Eastland stood outside in disbelief as they watched firefighters battle a massive fire late Tuesday afternoon.
Family and friends are coping with the loss of 64-year-old Jesus Tijerina.
About 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and this spring could be even worse due harsh winter conditions.
Police have pictures of a person-of-interest in several forgery check cases and they are asking people who recognize her to call them at 676-TIPS or 676-8477.
Many students gathered at ACU's Cullen Auditorium Sunday to prepare for this year's steel drum bands concert.
Hundreds came out to Abilene over the weekend for an event that featured unique items from across the world.
An Abilene man is in jail for multiple charges, including motor theft and evading arrest that sent one driver to the hospital.
The strong winds in the Big Country only made the smoke stronger at the pallet yard behind Abilene Bowling Lanes Sunday afternoon.
Firefighters continue to watch over the pallet yard that burned down late Friday night. As of Saturday, smoke was still seen flowing out of the ground.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Abilene in their running shoes Saturday for the 11th Annual Mayor's 5 and 10K Marathon.
The driving lane will be closed until further notice.
Women are at a higher risk for some eye diseases than men, and the overwhelming majority aren't aware of their increased risk.
Each year in the fall the Big Country Master Gardeners have a plant sale, but their spring sale is much bigger.
Water is key to overall health, yet numbers show about a third of children drink the recommended amount.
Man's best friend is also a life saver for those with epilepsy.
Now the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force is recommending a low dose aspirin for women at high risk for preeclampsia.
Newspaper and kitchen scraps are commonly used to make compost. Audrey Gillespie likes to add an extra ingredient, worms.
The use of electronic cigarettes is skyrocketing, and now poisonings related to the cigarettes are also rising.
A former Merkel student says he's suffered from seizures ever since a bullying incident in the 1990s
The Early Police Department is looking to reduce the amount of drugs being transported through Brown County with the help of a new furry employee.
A frustrated mother from Merkel claims bullying has been an ongoing issue in schools that she started a petition hoping stop it.
New research shows more women are choosing to have breast life surgery to get their body back after childbirth.
Police are searching for a man who they are calling a person of interest in connection to a recent credit card abuse case.
Vendors at this year's Big Country Outdoor & Home Expo say attendance continues to increase.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update March 31-April 4.
A man was sent to the hospital after hitting another vehicle and crashing into a light pole Sunday afternoon.
A young Abilene boy is using his birthday as a way to help the less fortunate.
Outlaws and Legends concert brings traveling businesses into the Big County.
The Easter Bunny hopped its way into the Mall of Abilene Saturday morning.
McMurry University students held a 5K run Saturday morning to benefit The Lauren Bump Foundation.
The CDC says new findings don't mean more children are developing autism, it means more cases are being discovered due to heightened awareness.
A shooting in Santa Anna, has sent one man to the hospital and another is in custody.
New government statistics show the number of children identified with autism continues to rise.
A popular north side Abilene restaurant is growing after opening its doors January.
Government health officials say despite progress, more needs to be done to keep patients safe and prevent them from getting infections while in the hospital.
An Abilene woman was at the Walmart in San Angelo during the time a suspect was shot by police Monday afternoon.
Multiple car break-ins occurred overnight at Sunset Arbor Townhomes located on West Lake Road.
A Ranger woman who was arrested in Clyde after she attempted to rob a convenience store strikes again less than 24 hours later.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo reports live after a news conference about a man suspected of shooting an Abilene IHOP early Sunday morning, that is now in police custody.
A new study looks at whether e-cigarettes may be an effective way to stop smoking or reduce smoking.
Customers hoping to grab breakfast at IHOP Sunday morning were turned away after the restaurant was forced to shut their doors temporarily.
Police are searching for a man who they are calling a person of interest in connection to a recent debit card abuse case.
A head-on collision involving two vehicles in Tuscola sends two people to the hospital mid-Sunday afternoon.
Below is a summary of planned construction and maintenance work to be performed on roadways in Abilene and surrounding areas for the next week.
The 25-year-old victim who was sent to Hendrick Medical Center following a shooting at IHOP sustained five gunshot wounds, APD says.
The best of the best high school power lifters in Texas competed for a state title in the Key City on Saturday.
Super fans of the CBS reality show, Big Brother, auditioned in Abilene in hopes to make it to this summer's cast.
The city of Abilene Parks & Recreation Division hosted their 22nd annual Steam-N-Wheels Bike Race and Fun Ride Saturday morning.
A house fire in the 1600 block of Rainey Road sustained damages estimated at $30,000.
More than 600 mothers gathered at the Abilene Civic Center Saturday afternoon to feel inspired.
A woman from Ranger was taken to Callahan County Jail late Saturday morning after she allegedly tried to rob a convenience store in Clyde.
Taylor County is considering buying game cameras to catch those illegally dumping animal carcasses and trash in creeks.
Dr. Christie speaks about intrinsic teeth stains and why they might show up on your teeth.
Dr. Erin speaks to us about sports injuries and how to fix or prevent tooth chipping.
Jason Beard of Cordell's was in our KTAB studios to talk about his latest desert creations, and also let us sample them!
More kids are being placed in foster care, but there are not enough homes, according to Methodist Children's Home Family Outreach.
Police are still searching for the person responsible for Tuesday's hit-and-run incident involving a pedestrian.
Family and friends reunited with members of the 39th Airlift Squadron mid-Tuesday afternoon.
A 4-year-old child was rescued by passing neighbors after falling out of a second story window.
Tuesday is 'Tooth'day on KTAB4U with Dr. Christie Leedy. Christie speaks about how to fix missing teeth in front of your smile.
A group of parents from Eastland claims a fifth grade teacher from Siebert Elementary School is failing to do his job, even creating some concerns.
Abilene Street Services are working on potholes that have developed over the past few months.
A year long mystery of fruit trees being cut down has been solved.
The Abilene police department has released further details on the identification and arrest of Alan B. Deax, Saturday, March 15. Deax is one of two suspects identified in the murder investigation surrounding the death of Matthew S. Augustadt.
A family is left homeless after a fire destroys their house Sunday night.
The Lone Star Fair & Expo and Rattlesnake Roundup this year had a positive effect on Brownwood's economy, business owners say.
Police are looking for your help in identifying a man connected to a debit card abuse case that happened two months ago.
Cold start to St. Patrick's Day lows in the 30s. Plenty of sunshine that will allow us to warm up to 70 by tomorrow afternoon. A warming trend has finally begun in our area highs in the 80s later in the week.
A popular Big Country museum is honoring the brave men and women who serve our country.
An Abilene man is behind bars after he allegedly tried to sell thousands worth of stolen items to a police posing as a civilian.
The inaugural celebration of Dr. Sandra S. Harper as the 12th president of McMurry University will take place March 17-20.
Bail has been set for a Fort Worth man accused of robbing a 7-11 at gunpoint Saturday afternoon.
The Brownwood Coliseum was packed all day Saturday for day two of the Lone Star Fair & Expo and Rattlesnake Roundup.
Rain or shine, the first crops of Spring 2014 for Grapevine Farms were planted Saturday morning during their annual planting day.
People in Brownwood satisfied their sweet tooth Saturday morning for the 40th Annual Cherry Pie Auction.
Abilene police have arrested one man and are questioning four others following an armed robbery at a north-side convenience store late Saturday afternoon.
A fire that destroyed a home on the 1200 block of Jeanette Street was caused by "improper disposal of a cigarette," the Abilene Fire Department says.
It's a step back in time that people from all over the world come to experience, an old fashion soda shop that serves up pure cane sugar soda.
An Abilene liquor store owner says he's taking a stand against Russia due to the turmoil between Russia and the Ukraine.
Louie Herbert Hall Sr. was the first African-American sheriff in Texas, and served as sheriff of Stephens County for 8 years.
Welsh says he enjoys serving the community of Abilene..
The Abilene Police Department has recently applied for a grant that will allow their training division to replace an old moving target system.
The fire broke out around 5 in the afternoon in Clyde.
Make-up counter inside Dillard's is closing.
Family and friends remember the lives of two young men from Brown County who died in a wreck over the weekend.
The World's Largest Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater ended their 56th year with big numbers.
You could get a cash reward this week for information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent shoplifting-turned robbery case.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update March 10-14
A well-known Abilene attorney passed away late Saturday morning.
The new bishop of San Angelo made a special appearance in Brown County over the weekend.
Two young Abilene men were arrested early Friday morning after they allegedly robbed a man at a south Abilene apartment complex over $5.
A woman says she was held at gunpoint at a central Abilene motel early Friday morning.
The cold and dreary Saturday didn't stop the Lake Brownwod State Park from holding a grand opening 5K run for its new trail.
The Texas Department of Transportation launched its month-long DWI Hangovers Don’t Go Away campaign.
Check out part 2 of our Insulation series with Joe Welsh from the Home Depot.
Sabrina and Tripp were in studio today talking about the upcoming St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 15th.
Check out the Market in Clyde on Saturday March 8th.
Hendrick Hospice Care announced Monday night that they have started plans to construct a new state-of-the-art hospice care facility.
Watch our KTAB 4U segment with Joy Moudy of Joys of Thread.
Police is looking for your help in identifying a man related to a forgery case.
Texas Attorney General candidate Dan Branch visits Abilene.
It's no surprise that with warmer temperatures, more people are willing to stay out longer.
Around 150 runners gathered at Redbud Park early Saturday morning to participate in a 5K run that honored a fallen APD officer Rodney Holder
Runners and their four-legged friends gathered at Nelson Park early Saturday morning for the 2nd Annual Bark for Life event.
The Brown County Heart Association hosted their annual Heart Gala fundraiser at the Brownwood Country Club on Saturday.
A large number of people voted early for Tuesday's primary election
A man is in the hospital after falling off a moving vehicle early Saturday afternoon.
The second annual dress drive is this Saturday, check out our interview with Queen of Dreams.
It's no surprise that the increase in oil and gas production means more jobs, and companies in the Abilene area are looking to meet that demand every day.
Come and experience at 5K night run this Friday.
The owners of Gene's Campers & Repair is closing its doors Friday to focus on a medical ministry they started years ago.
Dr. Christie Leedy was in studio with some info about Invisalign.
Where are you going to be this Saturday? Why not come out to Bark 4 Life.
Former Ringo Drilling employees that were laid off nearly two weeks ago received some help Monday afternoon in finding work elsewhere.
Some workers at Abilene's PepsiCo plant will lose their jobs, Workforce Solutions says.
Brownwood is looking to consider approval of two projects at the city council meeting this Tuesday.
An Abilene man is in jail after police say he intentionally ran over another man with his vehicle following a disturbance Saturday afternoon.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update February 24-28.
The Texas Conservation Corps helped extend the trail at the Lake Brownwood State Park over the weekend.
The Kiwanis Club hosted their 58th Annual Chili Day Saturday afternoon.
People in Abilene got an exclusive look Saturday morning at what it's like to track a storm.
Run or Dyke 5K returns to Abilene for its second time in less than one year.
The Garza County Sheriff's Office and Texas Rangers are investigating the death of a two year old girl in Post.
Voters began casting their ballots this week for primary races as early voting began on Tuesday.
A nationwide growing problem with heroin usage is mirrored in the Big Country, specifically Abilene.
Joe Welsh of The Home Depot was in studio with tips on correctly mounting a flat screen onto the wall.
Friends of Halston Metheny talk about her sweet spirit and ability to make others smile.
We sat down with Brittany Pelletz to talk about her new weekly segment, Big Hearts in the Big Country. Check out the interview here!
Officer on scene confirms one death and multiple others injured.
Simple, but unknown errors can drastically affect a person's credit score and possibly cost he or she hundreds, if not, thousands of dollars.