Local stores saw more people out shopping for Small Business Saturday, supporting small businesses while giving stores a chance to build new connections.
A man is in good condition after being robbed at knife-point.
Police are investigating a deadly car accident that closed South 14th in Abilene early Saturday morning.
Raimee Brown shows her stab wounds and describes her account of what happened.
Anxious shoppers were out early waiting to score some Black Friday deals. We were at the Mall of Abilene around 6 a.m. to catch up with a couple of deal-hunting patrons.
A woman left paralyzed after a bizarre stabbing incident speaks out...
Robert Latham speaks to KRBC and says he is not the person who stabbed 20-year-old Raimee Brown.
Its the age old question, can you stay on your diet and enjoy your Thanksgiving?
The Veterans Thanksgiving Feast, that almost didn't happen, was a success.
Thousands of hungry locals showed up for dinner at the Abilene Civic Center. KRBC's Nora Hartfeil has followed this story since the announcement of its cancellation a few weeks back.
People are camping outside of stores days before Black Friday.
Thanksgiving favorites like stuffing, sweet potatoes, and pies tend to fill up our plates around the holidays, and any sign of a diet goes right out the window. But can a couple days of binging really affect your health?
The birth control pill has been around for more than 50 years and some scientists say it may be time to make it available without a prescription...
Is there a cover up in Breckenridge, or is it an administrative oversight? The District Attorney will find out as an investigation begins...
21-year-old Brittany Petty is taking on the ride of a lifetime -- bicycling 4,500 miles from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska.
While everyone is gearing up for Black Friday, shoppers are reminded to shop locally on Small Business Saturday.
The Sweetwater ISD Board of Trustees took steps for the district to join
the TACS (Texas Association of Community Schools) AYP (Adequate Yearly
Progress) lawsuit during their meeting held on Monday night, November 19
at the Administration Building.
Consumers can help support Cancer for College by purchasing a limited-edition, custom coffee cup designed by Will Ferrell and his 6-year-old son Mattias.
The completion date for the rail park/ spur at the new industrial park has been pushed back to Dec. 5.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Thanksgiving travelers to focus on driving safely during the long holiday weekend to keep our roads safe for everyone.
There is new information regarding a strange incident in west central Abilene Tuesday where a man crashed through a house.
After years of trying to curb human trafficking through harsher penalties for criminals and treatment programs for victims, lawmakers are now looking to the civil courts.
A requirement for adult cattle in Texas to have an approved form of permanent identification in place at change of ownership will go into effect January 1, 2013 according to the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC). The Commission amended its rules in June of this year to enhance the effective traceability of beef cattle movements in Texas.
Over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house . . . we all can't go, so the Albany First Assembly of God will continue their Thanksgiving tradition.
As we head into this Wednesday, which is like a Friday for many people
who get to enjoy a long weekend for Thanksgiving, we are shaping up to
have another unseasonably warm one.
Sponsored: With technology becoming an increasingly important part of our daily lives, it is necessary to make sure it is cared for by knowledgeable and reliable people.
Our child lures report takes a look at how child lures become E-lures.
Scammers are trying to get your information through text messages that look like free deals.
Millions of 'Baby Boomers' are focused on staying fit to prevent injuries as they age. Some are turning to different fitness fads...
Autism affects one in every eighty-eight children. The complex disorder affects more than 24-thousand people from kids to adults in Taylor County. So far there is no cure, which can be overwhelming, and discouraging for families. Reach For A Difference, a community action group founded by an Abilene mom, is helping those families find resources and support.
An Abilene woman who has been helping the homeless in town for years has been doing so while legally blind. The 87-year-old Dean Durham talks about what has motivated her to help for more than 14 years at Love and Care Ministries.
Aromatherapy isn't just for the spa. More doctors are using it to calm kids in pain.
10-year-old Nicole Delien appears happy and healthy, but at any time she can fall victim to a rare and debilitating disorder that causes her to sleep for days and weeks at a time.
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the Abilene Fire Department is
warning those who deep-fry their turkey to be careful this year.
Texas Secretary of State Hope Andrade Tuesday submitted her letter of resignation to Governor Rick Perry effective Friday, November 23, 2012.
For the first time ever, Brownwood High School held an "active shooter" drill at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, forcing a lockdown and evacuation of nearly one thousand students.
Howard Payne University memorialized alumnus Gordon Cowden -- a victim
of the Aurora, Coloradomovie theater shooting -- during halftime at the
San Antonio Spurs Faith and Family Night game on Saturday, which would
have been his 52nd birthday.
James R. Cate, 68, appeared in federal court in Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, November 20th, before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings, and pleaded guilty to a superseding information charging the federal felony offense of making a threat to an aircraft, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaa of the Northern District of Texas.
Two years ago, Republican legislators pre-filed several immigration-enforcement bills at their earliest opportunity. But weeks after lawmakers were allowed to pre-file bills this year, only a handful have been submitted. But there's still plenty of time for additional legislation to be turned in.
Almost all of the Abilene city offices will be closed for the long holiday weekend.
During the hearing for Dyess Airman Christopher Perez in connection with
the Klapheke case, a member of the Family Advocacy group on Dyess Air
Force Base testified Monday that CPS actually closed their investigation
into the Klapheke family case six days before Tiffany found her
daughter dead in her crib.
A woman is arrested Monday afternoon for traffic fines exceeding $6,000.
Texas lawmakers are once again heading into a legislative session facing concerns over the fiscal health of the state's major pension systems, and changes to retirees' health insurance may play a role.
Another warmer than normal one is on tap for Tuesday..
When child discipline is considered child neglect, it has gone too far.
It's the only color footage of the JFK assassination reenactment in Dallas.
We continue our Child Lures Prevention Series with the Game Lure.
Common colds can happen anytime of year, but we seem to catch more of them during the winter. Why and how can we avoid the common cold this season?
As our exclusive interview with former Abilene High Herschel Sims continues in Part 2 as Sims talks about his future as a football player and what these past couple of months have taught him moving forward.
Former Abilene High Running Back Herschel Sims sits down with Big Country Homepage Sports Reporter Alyssa Orange, and talks about the incident at Oklahoma State, his arrest, deciding to go to and then transfer from Lamar, and his future.
Cancer affects many people in Abilene, and that's why one woman has partnered up with the American Cancer Society for the Look Good Feel Better workshop. Once a month, she shows women with cancer how to do their make up and hair, since treatments can change so much, and focuses on issues that cancer patients deal with to help make them feel better about themselves inside and out.