KRBC News has obtained a copy of police dash camera video from an incident that happened at the Breckenridge Golf Course last November that involved - then Sheriff-Elect Billy Wade.
Abilene is becoming more gluten-free savvy. Our Megan Dobbs knows, since she lives with Celiac disease.
An Abilene family is working to make kids and parents aware of their Fifth Amendment rights when police or government agencies come calling. The Robillards say the way children were questioned as potential witnesses during the investigation into a local boot camp left their kids feeling confused and depressed.
KRBC's Megan Dobbs speaks to the founder of Reality Invasion Boot Camp, along with teens enrolled in the camp.
Teenagers who don't sleep well may be at risk for heart disease later in life.
Many of the crimes that occur in the Key City may be tied back to gangs. While it may seem you hear less and less about them around town, they're still alive in Abilene.
Retouching photos is nothing new. But now, it's becoming more common for parents to make their children look perfect on print.
After spending 30 years behind bars, the man convicted of brutally killing a prominent Abilene resident is soon to be released. Megan Dobbs sat down and talked to Wayne East.
The next time you post something on Facebook or Twitter, you may want to
ask yourself: What would my insurance company think about this?
You know the feeling when you're tired on a trip but, sure you can keep driving just a little bit further?
It's fast becoming the latest trend with teen huffing.
If events like the fair and the rodeos aren't enough to fulfill your entertainment needs, there's much more to Abilene!
It is no secret that we love our animals, and these days there are some pretty cool new products on the market to keep those pets entertained and in touch.
Rescue the Animals is offering a reward for information on the recent rash of pet shootings in Buffalo Gap.
When the heat starts rising, you'll do whatever it takes to stay cool. However, there's a science to finding the right amount of time spent
indoors versus outside in the heat when it comes to taking care of your
Thousands of Texas Rangers fans were on their feet this evening, not for a homerun, but for Texas firefighters!
Abilene teenagers are opening up about private matters not necessarily to their parents, but to school counselors.
While we've all been taught to beware of online predators, experts say
that's just the beginning, when it comes to internet dangers for teen
girls. Websites that promote cyber-bullying, eating disorders and
sexualization can wreck havoc on a girl's self-esteem and health.
These boxes are showing up everywhere, and with a quick click of your smart phone camera, now they're giving you instant access to information.
The newest threat of electronic identity theft and scams is no longer just your computer, email and software program
Martha Martinez says, last year her daughter came home from Day Nursery
of Abilene with a bruise and a little bit of swelling from the nose to
They can sing, they can play, and they like to call themselves rock stars.
Hundreds of fellow firefighters, family, and friends honored fallen Eastland firefighter, Greg Simmons, on Wednesday.
It's time to get your thoughts on some of the stories KRBC has covered in this week's Feedback Friday!
A woman given a second chance at life is using that chance to show she's all heart.
The controversial bill made its way back onto the floor in the Texas House of Representatives on Thursday.
More than a dozen Mitchell County families are still weighing the damage left behind from Sunday's massive wildfire.
You are what you eat, right? Research shows that everything from your basic vegetables to exotic fruits can help get you in fighting shape for 2011.
A shortage of nurses has plagued much of Texas over the past couple of years, including Abilene.
No matter the weather outside, we all want to be as comfortable as possible inside so, it's not surprising that you'll want as much control over the thermostat as possible.
Abilene Regional Medical Center joined with the American Heart Association to sponsor a "GoRed for Women" luncheon.
The need for Abilene couples willing to care for unclaimed children may be greater than ever.
The sudden warm up can mean both perks and disadvantages to your health.
Dallas researchers are working on a test to predict health problems long before the nation's number one killer surfaces.
When Ian David first caught word his brother had been shot, and then finding out that the shot was fatal was too much, too fast.
Leave your Valentine speechless. Thursday on KRBC News at Ten, The Memory Men Chorus sang to KRBC Anchor Meagan Dobbs...
When dreams seem like reality, the movie "Inception" has brought dreaming into the forefront.
Less than 30% of bystanders take action or know what to do in one such medical emergency.
The teacher, who denies the 17-year-old student's claim, submitted her resignation.
Saving more lives. That's the purpose for a medical system brand new to Abilene.
The C130J model is the newest aircraft at Dyess Air Force Base.
There have been few clues in the disappearance of a 13 year old Colorado City girl since she vanished 8 days ago.
For nearly three decades, generous donations to the Food Bank of West Central Texas have helped put food on the table for families in need, but if it weren't for the volunteers that generously donate their time, the food would not make it to those tables.
An Abilene psychiatric clinic is treating more patients than ever, both in the office and out.
If your four legged friends are restless at home, on Saturday you can bring them to check out the grand opening of camp Barkeley, Abilene's first dog park.
Large drops in temperature can mean big consequences for your health, if you're not prepared.
KRBC anchors Brittany Pelletz and Megan Dobbs share a very potent arachnophobia.
Blood pressure problems are usually associated with adults but...
Local health groups are taking an active role in educating Abilene on suicide prevention.
The storm that ripped through the Big Country left more than snapped branches and power outages. It also caused one Abilene woman's house to catch fire.