A permanent venue for one of Abilene's biggest events could serve as much more than a place to see a good show.
When it comes to diet and weight loss, there is a lot of information out there. Everything from old wives' tales to modern-day blogs on the internet. Today we are looking at some popular diet myths and are separating fact from fiction.
Professors call it a dose of real world experience that students can use to pad their resumes with once they graduate. And it's a mutually beneficial relationship---while future business professionals get the chance to work with local retailers, companies in return, are saying thank you by contributing to scholarship funds
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office investigators arrested a man
who is a base exercise physiologist for a second degree felony of
online solicitation of a minor under the age of 14.
Dozens of law enforcement, criminal and judicial professionals gathered
Thursday to learn more about a crime that affected over six million
people last year: stalking.
Call it a Crystal Ball of Crime.
An Abilene man is charged with retaliation after he threatened to sexually assault an officer.
An Abilene man was sentenced in federal court to 18 years in prison after Abilene police radied a local home.
An exhibit at the Indianapolis Central Library includes a piece of art that many people will view as controversial.
Big Country residents are getting together Thursday evening with the goal of eradicating polio.
James Lynn Jones, 69 , of Abilene, Texas, pleaded guilty this morning in
federal court to one count of operating an illegal gambling business.
A warning for pet owners: cases of distemper are still turning up in the Big Country.
First Financial Bankshares, Inc. announced today that they have
launched Picture Pay, a unique mobile bill pay solution, becoming the
first bank in the United States to
offer this solution to its customers.
ACU has received a 12th consecutive year of funding through the Teacher Quality Grants Program. This year's grant, "Stalagmites and Stars: MS Science and HS Chemistry," serves middle school science teachers and high school chemistry teachers.
Educators and conservative activists will air their complaints about CSCOPE, the state's curriculum delivery system, at a Senate Education Committee hearing on Thursday led by state Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston.
The Marketing Committee of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce is hosting a training session on "Social Media 101 for Business." ACU Director of Online Marketing, Scott Kilmer, will be the featured speaker at "Go SOCIAL 2013," Feb. 5 from 9 to 10:30 a.m., at the Hunter Welcome Center.
Abilene police arrested a woman and recovered a car that had been reported stolen early Thursday morning in northwest Abilene.
The Brownwood Area Community Garden will be accepting applications from the general public in Brownwood to lease a limited number of available garden beds starting February 1.
The Anson Chamber of Commerce has set up a fund to benefit the Woodruff
family following the death of Taylor County Correctional Officer William
Woodruff in the Tuesday evening wreck.
Abilene ISD board members are hearing parents' input on school boundary changes for next year.
Beginning Sunday, Feb. 10, the City's Environmental Recycling Center (ERC) will expand its hours of operation.
A family hears what they think may be a man attempting to break into their home, and take shelter in a room as they wait for police to arrive.
The McMurry University Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Keith Lloyd, has been selected to perform a showcase concert for the TMEA (Texas Music Education Association) convention held each year in San Antonio.
Texas budget writers got a briefing on the state's health care programs Wednesday, and the biggest questions focused on how the state can reduce fraud and what to do about ever-increasing health care costs.
Nothing but great news for Thursday; temperatures are expected to end up
being about 10-15 degrees warmer than Wednesday and we should have the
same Big Country blue skies dominating all day long bringing us to a
gorgeous day in the mid 60s.
The 2nd Annual Salute to Senior Service contest begins Feb. 1.
In the meantime she'll continue to put whatever pieces she can back together.
Taylor County law enforcement grieves together after loosing an officer in a deadly car wreck.
Two people have been arrested this week and charged with possessing methamphetamine in a drug free zone. They live within one-thousand feet of the McMurry University baseball stadium.
Many NFL football fans will be doing more than watching the big game this Sunday. Many will be loading up on extra calories as well.
A DPS trooper shares must-know advice for drivers who may, at some point in time, be the first to witness a serious accident on a roadway.
Nine people have been killed on our roads over the past five days and the rash of violent and deadly wrecks has many in our community on edge.
A local man is fighting for his daughter's American citizenship. She was born abroad to an American father, but she still has to apply for citizenship. And now that the government has annouced a plan to legalize 11 million illegal immigrants, her father doesn't understand why they're having so many problems.
It's a touchy subject, but doctors are urging parents and teenagers to open up the lines of communication about birth control. In this week's edition of Nora's Heart Files, we looked into why doctors are seeing more teens visiting their offices.
There was a burglary attempt in broad daylight last Sunday afternoon and the suspects were caught on camera.
A 69-year-old Lilburn, Georgia man faces a murder charge after
authorities say he shot and killed a 22-year-old man who had pulled into
Good news for all of us who spent the better part of each day staring at
some sort of computer screen: doctors say it won't cause any long-term
An air machine is stolen from an Abilene convenience store.
DPS has released the names of the other victims of the deadly crash that took place Monday evening on HWY 36 Near Cross Plains.
Abilene Police officers converge on three suspects after multiple crimes come together, suggesting all were committed by the same suspects.
Hendrick Medical Center officials have issued an urgent need for blood donations.
Due to an acute treatment technique violation the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ) has required the City of Anson, Public Water System #1270001 to
notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.
A Brownwood teen was hospitalized Tuesday night after he allegedly stole a vehicle and was later involved in an accident in Erath County.
Abilene drug agents captured two people on felony drug-dealing charges.
Friends and family members gathered Wednesday morning for the funeral of
one of the victims of the recent series of deadly traffic accidents.
A traffic accident caused some traffic delays on Interstate-20 just west of Abilene Wednesday morning.
Callahan County sheriff's officers are looking for clues concerning the
origin of an overnight fire that destroyed a vacant mobile home in
State Representative Susan L. King and the Abilene Chamber of Commerce
would like to invite the residents of District 71 to a Public Town Hall
Meeting on Friday, February 8, at the Grace Museum.
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office has released a statement expressing feelings of loss following the death of Corrections Officer William L. Woodruff Tuesday night.
In his State of the State address on Tuesday, Gov. Rick Perry touted the $10,000 bachelor's degrees Texas universities began offering in 2011, when he first challenged them to do it.