Since 2010, Sweet Celebrations has baked, piped, and sliced countless cakes for birthdays and weddings, and even had a brief run serving in the Abilene Airport. But Friday, they packed up their bake-ware to move out of town.
HSU service club helps out with local turtles.
TxDOT construction and maintenance update: Dec. 3-7
On Friday, November 30, the ACU Department of Art & Design will host a lecture and Q-and-A session with Dana Tanamachi and Jeff Rogers, two outstanding artists and designers from New York City.
The Scurry County Museum proudly
announces the release of a book titled "Snyder and Scurry County" published by
Arcadia- the nation's largest publisher of local history.
National Influenza Vaccine Week is scheduled for December 2-8.
The site of the plane crash that left radioactive chemicals has been cleaned and approved.
Music is a great escape for many. So imagine how it can help a child battling cancer. It's one reason why Fort Worth's Cook Children's hospital opened a state-of-the-art recording studio for its young patients...
An Anson Man Sentenced To Prison for Assaulting an 87 Year Old Woman...
An Abilene family is speaking out, after they say they were scammed into buying a diabetic alert dog that they would later find out had little to no prior training before it was hand delivered to them just two months ago.
They also say the man behind the Virginia based service dog company is misleading and scamming hundreds of families across the country, including a handful in Abilene.
Commissioners in Pembroke Pines, Florida have passed a resolution to
warn residents about potential cancer dangers related to cellphone
Babies who are exposed in the womb and during their first year of life
to air pollution caused by traffic may have an increased risk of
becoming autistic, according to a study from the University of Southern
The recent oil findings in West Texas has made recent headlines, causing many to believe the wind industry is steadily on the decline. But that may not be the case, at least according to those within the field.
Big Brothers Big Sisters announces the annual Limited Edition Autobahn
Raffle, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the one-to-one
mentoring relationships serving the children of Abilene.
A verdict has been reached in the sexual assault trial involving an elderly woman.
This Saturday, December 1, ACU's Department of Interior Design will present its 2nd annual Gingerbread House Construction Competition.
Members of the Nolan County Foundation Board recently announced a Challenge Grant of $2,000 to the Sweetwater Municipal Auditorium to be used for purchasing a Yamaha digital electric grand piano.
Law enforcement officers from west central Texas met in Abilene to test their ability to communicate effectively.
The McMurry Chanters will be presenting their Christmas
program Thursday evening, November 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the Church of
the Heavenly Rest.
Howard Payne University's Symphonic Band and Concert Choir will present a Christmas Celebration concert on Thursday, November 29, at 7:30 p.m. in HPU's Mims Auditorium.
HEB is helping those in need this holiday season.
Fun times during the holidays can quickly turn to tragedy when pets are exposed to
potentially poisonous holiday foods, certain yuletide plants, and some
common holiday decorations.
The Texas Department of Transportation will begin a two-phase project to repair the pavement base and seal coat on US 83 the week of December 3.
While skeptics say reporting requirements for state graduation rates contain too many loopholes, other education policy experts say Texas deserves credit for implementing innovative programs to keep students in school.
Non-profit organizations are decorating Christmas trees this year to help raise money for their organization during the 4th annual Christmas Under the Stars Festival.
Thursday's conditions will be very similar to Wednesday's with mostly sunny skies and temperatures getting into the 70s.
Victor Sotelo has obtained a sheriff's deputy's statement about what he saw that morning, and it brings another name into the mix.
Non-profits prepare for what the future may bring.
Esophageal cancer will be the most common type of cancer of the next generation--that's according to local doctors who are now offering a new method of preventing the disease.
With a smile that lit up a thousand hearts and a spirit that touched hundreds of lives, Rex Fleming is the epitome of an inspirational story.
An artist's shocking painting of President Barack Obama has many talking at Bunker Hill Community College.
There is a new hearing aide that is actually worn in the mouth.
The Abilene Police Department said goodbye Wednesday afternoon to a
long-time officer who served the City of Abilene as well as Abilene ISD
for over 30 years.
The Rose Park Senior Citizen Center announces their annual fund raiser,
The Family Holiday Festival, will take place on December 14.
The Abilene Preservation League presents its newest addition to the
Abilene Historic Village lighted miniature replica collection.
A truck slammed into a power pole in northeast Abilene Wednesday morning, slowing traffic through the busy intersection.
The Disability Rights Texas group has released a report that is critical of the Abilene State Supported Living Center.
The Department of Public Safety has arrested a Wichita Falls man in
connection with a deadly traffic accident from last Friday.
The Texas Attorney General's Office has initiated legal proceedings to
seize the YFZ Ranch, a 1,600-acre property in West Texas where multiple
children were sexually assaulted by members of the FLDS.
Both main lanes of westbound I-20 at the US 84 overpass in Nolan County
are scheduled for another temporary closure starting November 28 to
allow crews to demolish and remove a bridge that was damaged after a
collision in late September.
Between a legal challenge and a proposed bill, the usage of radio frequency ID cards -- which can track the whereabouts of students while on campus -- is coming under increasing pressure.
Another cool start to Wednesday morning, however, the winds have shifted and the warmup is about to begin.
Town & Country Drive-In Theatre raising funds to make transition to digital projection.
A man pleads guilty to aggravated sexual assault of an elderly person...
Most parents will tell you, kids can get into everything, some that can be dangerous. But scientists are always looking for ways to protect children, especially when it comes to poison control...
People and organizations across town raising donations for families in need. And that includes a local tattoo shop, who's giving away free tattoos in exchange for patrons that bring a toy for local children.
There has been a spike in the amount of young people diagnosed with diabetes, and what's frightening is doctors don't know why.
Women may no longer need to take the birth control pill since scientists are working on creating a birth control pill for men.
According to new U.S. Department of Education data, Texas has the fourth-highest graduation rate in the nation.
Adoptions at the Abilene Animal Shelter are half off, just in time for the holidays, but be careful about giving out animals as presents.