True Blue 80s Prom raises awareness and proceeds for Autism Speaks.
EcoATM is a self-serve kiosk system that allows people to trade cell phones, iPhones and tablets for cash or charitable donations.
Citizens United to Address Disproportionality and Disparities, also known as CUADD, teams up with Health and Human Services to highlight how healthy and inexpensive meals are made.
Paul Huntington invites city leaders, officials, believers and non-believers to pray for the Key City.
One woman explains her process of finding a job and cannot figure out why she is still unemployed.
Howard Linson says the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy should have protected him, but it did not.
Businesses and residents say they have noticed several changes in Colorado City because of the effects of the oil industry.
Man says hours after his home burns, the city manager tells him to clean up before charges are filed.
Kristi Jones shares her experience with domestic violence and warns men, women and children to get help if they are in a similar situation.
Of the multiple child abuse allegations against instructors of Reality Invasion Boot Camp, all cases except one are dropped.
Castle Airsoft offers recreation and life-saving simulations.
Big Country man shares his experience with cancer and urges others to protect their eyes from the sun.
Brian Patrick is rollerblading across the country to raise awareness about Autism.
Airmen return to Dyess Air Force Base.
After waiting for his trial over a year, Brady Holder speaks about his charges being dropped.
Friends of Colvin mourn the loss of the 39-year-old music lover.
Intersection of South 7th and Leggett gets a face lift, making drivers happy and business owners even happier.
Thousands of people pour into Sweetwater to spend money for the annual Rattlesnake Roundup.
Questions are still being raised about the Breckenridge incident involving police officers on November 20, 2012.
Shattered pieces of three windows are all that is left after a car crashes into the front of a tax office.
There may be a solution for veterans who are having a hard time adjusting to the civilian workforce.
If sequestration takes effect, nearly 400 employees will be affected by the 20% pay cut.
Gabriel Mendoza Jr.'s sister recites an original poem for her brother, on the six month anniversary of his death.
Details left out of the affidavits, that appear in the dash cam video.
Was police code of conduct violated in altercation involving Breckenridge Sheriff Billy Wade?
Gotta Go Trailways giving people a chance to escape their everyday scenery.
Jautorian Mosby encourages others to help put an end to bullying.
Family thinks their dog tried to play with suspect when he ran through their yard trying to run from police.
Fallen firefighters in Bryan, Texas highlight dangers of job.
Triston Galvan goes back to school for the first time since the accident.
The evolution of finding love on the campus of ACU.
Woman is being asked to pay hundreds of dollars for what she thought was a good deed.
Man holds motivational signs to let drivers know they are loved.
The option for concealed handgun license holders to carry a gun on college campuses could soon be a possibility; it all depends on if a state senate bill receives enough votes to be passed.
William Travis Butler slashes Deborah Partin's throat and stabs her repeatedly before leaving her dead, then returns to the scene.
Drivers are asking for a better way to control traffic at Loop 322 and Maple Street.
Matt Addison heads to San Juan, Puerto Rico to play professional basketball.
An Abilene woman ended up with two dogs -- including an aggressive breed -- with no place to take them for more than 48 hours.
McMurry student-athletes have been waiting all week to see if their sports teams and scholarships will be cut.
A permanent venue for one of Abilene's biggest events could serve as much more than a place to see a good show.
Taylor County law enforcement grieves together after loosing an officer in a deadly car wreck.
Student says he was repeatedly punched and kicked in the head after being called names in class.
Proposals on the table to cut sports at McMurry University.
Residents are speaking out about what animal control operator has done to their animals.
How is social support for military spouses?
PETA urges city of Stamford to take action against city animal control operator who allegedly killed his girlfriend's dog.
Big Country residents march to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Resident frustrated with neighbors who put their trash next to the receptacle instead of inside of it.
As the intersection of South 7th and Leggett gets repaired, drivers are creating a hazard by cutting through parking lots of nearby businesses.
Parents concerned about children having to switch schools when AISD updates their boundaries.