Participants of the the 30th annual State 4-H Horse Show are preparing for the events at the Taylor County Expo Center this week.
They thought the calls would stop by now, but they haven't.
Grocers and Customers around town tell us what they look for in retailers.
A new Mexican meat market has opened in Abilene called "La Mexicana."
Eric Garcia says he did it for his kids.
The 5th Annual Rodney Holder Blood Drive brought out many of Abilene's Police and First Responders.
Enjoying your holiday safely
Several out of town roofers have made their way to town, but are they credible?
"We wanna build it for them," says Gonzalo "Speedy" San Miguel of the Sweetwater Kiwanis Club. "Not for us, for them, what's good for them."
How the First Financial Bank, the Abilene Police Department and Adult Protective Services are teaming up to prevent scams from overtaking the elderly.
Hardware Stores around the Big Country say these items are sold daily.
Caffey's Auto Glass and Abilene Glass & Mirror say phones have been ringing non-stop.
Quick thinking and calm demeanor helped during Thursday's lockdown at Jane Long Elementary School.
Late Wednesday night, police were called to the 900 block of Avenue K in Anson. Anson Police Chief David Moore says that what they found in the apartment has never been seen in this small, and relatively quiet town.
The holiday that kicks off the summer season is almost here and The Abilene State Park is getting ready.
Beginning next school year, all middle school students will be required to wear an adopted dress code.
For the first time in Abilene, the Fill the Boot Campaign will accept credit and debit cards
Neighbors are thankful for Mr. Boone
How to prevent mosquito's from breeding around your home.
Baack's Florists say they will work until the last minute.
Key factors causing an increase in sales
Jimmy DeFoor speaks fondly of his brother, Victor, who lost his life fighting in Vietnam.
Would you know what to do in this situation?
TxDot kicks off a campaign that raises awareness about motorcycle riders.
This might be a problem you hear of coming from a larger city, but in Anson an age inappropriate homework assignment went home with 5th graders. It has left some parents unhappy.
"He was a great person, he'd always help everyone." Ami Foreman, (Daniel Tristan's girlfriend)
Buffalo Gap residents terrified from wild fire.
Craig Middle School crossing guards talk about their experiences.
"We are continuing our investigation, and if someone is behind this, they will face some serious charges." Fire Chief, Grant Madden.
"She tried to get away from the guy," said neighbors of Brenda Holland.
Danny Mitchell Cannon named Person of Interest in ongoing investigation.
The city will soon be receiving over 10 million dollars to fund alternative water supplies.
Family gathers at Elmwood Memorial for balloon release.
Lon Davis and his family lost their home on West Lake Road last week.
How to teach your kids the importance of calling for help when in a crisis.
A family picks up the pieces after a fire burns half of the house.
Fire in South Abilene burns half of the house, but this house was extremely special to the homeowners.
Students take a 45 minute Zumba class to raise money
City of Abilene hosts its second annual Easter Egg hunt.
Does dress code affect a teen when they are looking for a job?
Income Tax brings investments
Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital in Sweetwater is planning a $25 million expansion project that could start as early as mid summer, pending a bond election.
Outlaws and Legends concert brings traveling businesses into the Big County.
The Texas High School Powerlifting State Championship will be held this weekend at the Taylor County Expo Center. Opening ceremony starts at 8:30am with competition kicking off at 9am.
The economy continues to flourish in Sweetwater due to oil, gas and railroad production.
A new grant for the Health Department will provide free health services for women in Abilene.
The Brownfield building in Snyder is set to be torn down after being up for sale for five years.
Saturday's high of 85 gave way to a Monday morning low of 12
The Abilene Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is placing bright yellow stickers to remind people not to provide alcohol to minors.
The SWAT Team or police officials often use force to gain access to apprehend a suspect. If they damage your property while doing so, they are no responsible to pay for the damages.