Wylie ISD reduces the graduation credit requirements from 28 to 24, for their minimum program.
Mitch Riffle walks and talks, when doctors said he wouldn't.
Some parents are not pleased with APD questioning their children without allowing a parent to be present.
Jacob B. Allen Scholarship established to recognize shooting victim for perseverance.
Restaurants along South First Street describe problems with business after the lunch rush.
Organizations see decrease in volunteerism after holidays are over.
Friends and family remember Tina Brown, a woman fatally struck by a vehicle Thursday, at vigil.
Family says carbon monoxide detector saved their lives.
Dyess airman holds banner signing for friends and family of the air force base.
Abilene Police Department assigned a patrol officer to every Abilene school campus to ensure safety after unsubstantiated threats were made.
Chilling winds and clouds of dust blew through the streets of Abilene leaving several people with a lot of cleaning up to do.
Families gathered at Oscar Rose Park to sing songs, pray and release balloons for those affected by the Sandy Hook tragedy.
Rumors of "non-specific" threats of violence at Abilene and Wylie schools have been circulating on social media sites.
Eula ISD is using an application to beef up communication between faculty, students and parents.
Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge provides details of the Abilene Gold Exchange investigation and describes what happened before and after Thursday's shooting.
Texas Rangers are investigating what led an Abilene police officer to shoot and kill 49-year-old Marcus Cass.
Nearly 200,000 pounds of food were donated to this year's Share Your Christmas Food Drive.
AISD Board of Trustees will have 180 days to take action once Dr. Shane Davidson submits letter of resignation.
McMurry University professor designs a wrench that provides data to a tablet through a Bluetooth connection.
Helicopter experiences mechanical issues, forcing it to make an emergency landing.
Family Self Sufficiency program gives families opportunities to become independent.
A group of retirees volunteer their time at Austin Elementary to help students and teachers.
"Our House" provides young males with the necessities to become self-sufficient.
The site of the plane crash that left radioactive chemicals has been cleaned and approved.
Non-profits prepare for what the future may bring.
Town & Country Drive-In Theatre raising funds to make transition to digital projection.
Foundation seeks to inspire and help families with medically fragile children during holiday season.
Raimee Brown shows her stab wounds and describes her account of what happened.
Robert Latham speaks to KRBC and says he is not the person who stabbed 20-year-old Raimee Brown.
People are camping outside of stores days before Black Friday.
Scammers are trying to get your information through text messages that look like free deals.
When child discipline is considered child neglect, it has gone too far.
City of Clyde will be purchasing water from Lake Fort Phantom Hill.
Board disapproves land petition.
Land owners upset about the possibility of their tax dollars going to Jim Ned; Hoping to Stay in Coleman.
Institutions willing and able to provide health assistance to women in the Big Country.
Cooper high starts program that rewards students for positive behavior.
Pro-Life groups celebrate the closing of Planned Parenthood; say there is still more to do.
Five-year old says he is being bullied on school bus; parents are not getting answers from school.
Residents and employees are excited about the passing of three propositions in Nolan County.
Friends and family celebrate the life of Breanna Camacho.
Students and faculty reflect on the crash and share their stories.
KRBC is launching an effort to make the community more aware of what child abductors do to entice their victims.
Campus competitiveness is leading college students to turn to prescription drugs to excel.
Students and faculty return to Medina Children's Home to volunteer.
Residents are concerned about their well being and the appearance of their south Abilene neighborhood.
The results from our germ test with local microbiologist.
Diving into the world of germs found in common places.
Martial artists are fighting for a cure.
The woman who wrote a letter that included possibilities in the Hailey Dunn case now speaks to KRBC.