Organizations see decrease in volunteerism after holidays are over.
Millions of Americans have made resolutions for 2013. But experts say adults aren't the only ones who can commit to make healthy changes in their lives...
The first snow of 2013 was reason to celebrate for some, but for the homeless community, it was a miserable start to the new year, especially if they couldn't find a place to warm up. KRBC's Nora Hartfeil visited a homeless camp and spent some time with those struggling to stay warm.
The man accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a massage at the Mall of Abilene is not licensed by the state.
Young ones were up bright and early to play in the snow this morning in Winters.
There will soon be a new pizza shop in downtown Abilene.
Abilene police captured a teenaged burglary suspect Friday morning in the south-central area of town.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) is currently in the process of
reviewing options for a new in-car video system.
The West Texas Innovation Network is sponsoring a "Mentor Forum" on
Thursday, January 10 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Workforce Solutions,
Rm. 415, 400 Oak Street in Abilene.
Several arrests were made overnight into early morning related to drugs and alcohol, including a man that police contacted after he was seen standing in the street, shouting profanities.
Snow is already coming to a close across the Big Country as dry air is
feeding in from the south and the system is running into a surface-based
high pressure system, making it difficult for anything else to develop.
There are some 20,000 untested rape kits sitting on evidence shelves in police departments across Texas, the state Department of Public Safety estimates.
Friends and family remember Tina Brown, a woman fatally struck by a vehicle Thursday, at vigil.
A recent arrest of an Abilene man at a local massage parlor has put some people on edge, but Kathleen Mazy, a licenced massage therapist, says people shouldn't be afraid to get massages, they should just make sure they are going to a licensed establishment.
It was a regular morning for Tina Brown and her group of close friends as they boarded the bus to head downtown for food and a shower at a local shelter, until an accident claimed the life of one of Love and Care Ministries' most beloved visitors.
With cold temperatures in the winter, comes dead car batteries.
A man convicted of assisting in the murder of two teenage boys is asking
his city for forgiveness and for a spot on their city council.
It was shocking enough when a St. Petersburg man found out the iPad he
purchased from Walmart turned out to be a stack of pads of paper
In an interview with KRBC's Katie Thompson, Al Roker talks about his new book Never Goin' Back where he chronicles his struggles with weight loss and hoe he became a healthier man both inside and out.
An eyewitness helped Abilene police arrest three suspects just minutes
after the Radio Shack on North 1st was held up last September, and now
the three suspects are going to court.
The man arrested for a north Abilene stabbing last October now has been indicted on several felony charges.
The Abilene Police Department has released the name of the victim of an early-morning pedestrian death, along with additional information on the incident.
Maintenance offices across the Abilene and Brownwood Districts are gearing up for an approaching winter storm expected to move into the area later Thursday.
The 2013 Santa Anna Livestock Show will be held Saturday, January 12 starting at 10:00 a.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Texas Public Radio (TPR) announced it is now able to provide public
radio service to the Big Country.
Taylor County Sheriff Ricky Bishop yesterday announced several personnel changes. The appointments became effective January 1st.
Texas grain farmers have chosen to reject a producer-funded grain
indemnity program to protect themselves against grain buyer failures.
The Federal Trade Commission wants your help to stop robo-calls.
State health department workers are planning to administer immunizations against the flu Thursday afternoon.
The reward for Jesus Alberto Villegas, 33, a Texas 10 Most Wanted
Fugitive and this month's featured fugitive, has increased to $17,500
for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the
month of January.
An entrance and an exit ramp on eastbound
I-20 in Abilene will be closed starting January 3 as part of the
ongoing frontage road construction project.
The state this week launched its own version of the Women's Health Program.
A clear start to this Thursday morning with temperatures well below freezing.
Family says carbon monoxide detector saved their lives.
There's a new sheriff in town -- and with him come plans for big changes across Taylor County.
The method is as old as time, but for many years new mothers have shied away from breastfeeding in favor of bottle feeding with formula. Now, the medical community is going back to the basic human instinct of nursing and promoting the health benefits.
A Glades County, Florida man flying an airplane over his home caught a thief attempting to steal a trailer from his property on Sunday afternoon.
While the nation focuses on the macroeconomics of the looming fiscal
cliff, dealnews.com has come out with its annual list of "12 things that
will be more expensive in 2013."
An accident happened last Thursday on South 14 street when the driver caught a slick patch of roadway.
The internationally-acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors will be visiting Abilene, Texas for a game at Cooper High School on January 26, 2013, at 7:00 p.m.
With the new year comes a renewed vow from Abilene's chief of police: drunk driving won't be tolerated.
Though I-20 has been a big construction project in 2012, it wasn't the only one last year.
Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Mickey Mouse and Willie Nelson may not have been declared candidates for the 2012 presidential election, but they got write-in votes in Texas. That support didn't get them any closer to the White House, as counties don't officially count write-in votes for uncertified candidates.
The Abilene Police Departments has released more detailed information on the sexual assault care that occurred at the Mall of Abilene on Tuesday.
A former U.S. Department of Homeland Security agent says that a new security policy announced in Mexico signals a growing focus on sovereignty and a shift from some initiatives considered priorities by the United States.
Our pay-checks will be smaller in spite of the deal to keep the national economy from going over the fiscal cliff.
Many people gave to help the community over the holiday season, but
there is one very important gift that came up short: the gift of life.
The victim says she was assaulted at a massage business in the Mall of Abilene