For the fifth time in the last six years, the Wylie Lady Bulldogs are going back to the state tournament.
A women in north Abilene was woken up by a masked intruder this morning.
Several families in Abilene have opted for a non traditional way of learning.
Base Personnel Hopes to Grow Abilene's Local Economy
Identity Theft Still A Big Problem
Helping kids get ready to go back to school
Coaches and Players Proud of Upgrade
Owner says it's to help residents who live in South Abilene
Parks and Recreation Department Approves New "Parks Master Plan".
Efforts to help drivers save money and reduce emissions
Customers happy about the new change
Possible water restrictions call for fewer watering times
The City of Abilene Looked Closely into Crosswalk Situation
Abilene Fire Department shares tips for fire prevention.
Recent numbers indicate drivers involved in accidents are not wearing seat belts.
The retailer submitted a proposal for a new store at Loop 322 and Oldham Lane.
A new Mexican meat market has opened in Abilene called "La Mexicana."
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?
How local car wash employees are dealing with the heat.
How the First Financial Bank, the Abilene Police Department and Adult Protective Services are teaming up to prevent scams from overtaking the elderly.
For the first time in Abilene, the Fill the Boot Campaign will accept credit and debit cards
Neighbors are thankful for Mr. Boone
During its Tuesday meeting, the Developmental Corporation of Abilene approved financial assistance for two businesses moving to the Key City.
Amber Christensen Lowery has been missing since July 23, when she was last seen by her husband. Now, Lowery's husband and brother are speaking out and their views on her disappearance couldn't be more different.
From schools and hospitals to the city of Abilene, everyone has a plan in place.
But it's not just about having protocols and procedures -- A lot of it just comes down to practice.
The Community Food Pantry in Albany was recently given a big donation by another charity in the community, in the true sense of people helping people.
An Abilene man who broke into his ex-girlfriend's home and assaulted her early Wednesday morning is dead, after the woman pulled out a gun and shot him, according to police.
As authorities and administrators deal with reports and rumors of an unvalidated threat at several Abilene schools, parents and students must deal with the uncertainty and fear that inevitably stems from this situation.
Criminals beware- there's a new canine in town and his name is Buster.
These 82 acres of land may soon be bustling with people and business.
"We have a lot to be thankful for, been a good year," says Bo Blair, an attendant to the feast.
An Abilene store clerk was able to keep a robber from taking any cash after he was held at gunpoint Friday afternoon, by simply refusing.
This gallery may seem empty but in reality, it's filled with 96 years of memories.
Dunn must graduate by 2018 as a part of his court sentence.
By June of next year, it will sound a little more like this.
Just last week this gas station was a bus stop in the Kerrville bus line. One week later and things are definitely different.
It was a year ago that tragedy struck the ACU family.
For the past two years, West Texas has seen the worst droughts since the 1950s.
A neighborhood remains shaken after a shooting that occurred in Synder late Friday night.
It may look like a typical Saturday morning workout but looks can be deceiving. These gyms enthusiasts are working out for those who may not be able to.
It all began with one email with simple questions.
A comprehensive timeline of the Hailey Dunn case -- a case that has been plagued with heartache and controversy since day one.
Nine Border Patrol offices around the country are shutting down -- six of those are in Texas -- and one in Abilene, according to U.S. Customs & Border Protection officials.