The line "wait until we see who wins the election" no longer holds water. What does four more years of an Obama White House mean for the policy hurdles facing the overwhelmingly conservative Texas Legislature -- and the interest groups and constituents who guide the political process?
Wind and warmth will be the story Thursday.
In our continuing Child Lures prevention series we examine one of the most effective, the assistance lure.
Residents and employees are excited about the passing of three propositions in Nolan County.
Faculty are looking for a way to make up for the loss.
We all know that exercise is good for our health but did you know that getting even modest amounts can add years to your life?
Most children love animals and can get caught off guard by lures involving them.
While looking at predictions the morning after the election, McMurry students found that there was a huge drop in the number of voters from 2008 who did not vote in this election.
The stats released by the state comptrollers office show that sales tax revenues were down over seven percent last month compared to a year ago.
Dentists are helping a charity fix the smiles of domestic abuse victims.
At the hospital inside the Lipscomb University nursing school, every bed is full. However, each of the 19 patients doesn't run the risk of actually dying.
A small business in downtown Baird is manufacturing to the masses -- an inside look at the lollipop factory that's gone from the Big Country to the globe.
In a true testament to the saying "every vote counts" -- just two votes separated the wet-dry election results in Eastland.
Coleman County residents have chosen to consolidate Novice and Coleman
school districts, however, the debate isn't over just yet.
After years of construction cones on Cisco's main drag, construction finally wrapped up this week..
As hard as it is to believe, the last day we were able to enjoy without a single fatality on Texas roads was 12 years ago today, November 7, 2000.
The Abilene Civic Center will be host to a unique Holiday event for the whole family.
Producers have fed cattle everything from algae to beer, and
there are some cattlemen who are looking at a surprisingly sweet treat
to feed their livestock -- candy.
Darrell K Royal, who coached the Longhorns to three national titles and became the biggest college football icon in a state that worships the sport, has died at age 88.
US Congressman Randy Neugebauer is promising to work for the conservative values of this area.
The ACU International Students' Association will present "Ethnos" in Cullen Auditorium on November 9 through 10.
An Abilene man who was ordered to serve probation for a deadly shooting incident was arrested again.
A thief is captured thanks to the diligence of a store employee.
Beautiful weather in store for the Big Country Wednesday.
For the latest election results in Big Country races, click here.
Over 25 million people in the U.S. suffer from chronic sinus infections, and although the traditional treatment is to prescribe antibiotics to fight the condition, health officials are saying we could be creating a super sinus bug resistant to these drugs....
Many locals knew exactly who they were voting for as they headed to the polls, but for some it was a little bit harder to decide.
Students were not the only ones that were able to cast their ballots on election day. The Region 14 Education Services hosted their second mock election, complete with full coverage from a mock newscast.
We spend roughly one-third of our lives in the bedroom, so it's no surprise that when things aren't "healthy" there, our whole lives can be affected, but there are ways to make your bedroom a more relaxing place.
The majority of smartphone users are tethered to their cell phone like it's an extension of themselves, according to a recent study out of the United Kingdom.
Students at Jane Long Elementary got a taste of the democratic process this morning.
The polls are open until 7 o'clock Tuesday evening across Texas.
Former NASA Astronaut Sid Gutierrez will be visiting Cross Plains on Monday, November 26.
Texas electricity regulators last week approved a major change in the power markets. In a quick, unanimous vote, they doubled the amount that wholesale power prices could rise.
West Texas Rehab's Hospice of the Big Country will be having its annual
Candlelight Memorial Services on Tuesday, November 6 at the Lodgson
Chapel at Hardin Simmons University at 6:30 p.m.
A woman calls police saying her boyfriend had chocked and then bit her after an argument went out of control.
We're looking at a perfect day to go to the polls with temperatures expected to be a few degrees warmer than they were Monday with sunny skies.
The routine never seems to grow old.
They were at the gate at the Abilene Regional Airport to receive him with open arms.
Friends and family celebrate the life of Breanna Camacho.
Taylor County elections officials are ready for a problem tomorrow and its not new to this election.....
According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year, more than 900,000 people suffer from a heart attack in the U.S. Not only does it take a toll on the patient and the patient's loved ones, it can also affect their workplace...
Many people say that because their state typically goes one way, their vote doesn't matter. But, some Hardin-Simmons students say that isn't always true.
While pacifiers can offer solace to a crying infant, new research suggests they can also provide babies with bacteria.
In conversation, the two topics most avoided have been religion and politics, but when it comes to social media all bets are off.
Some Big Country residents will vote on whether alcohol sales will be allowed in Cisco, Eastland and Rising Star.
Whether you're an Obama fan or Romney supporter, it seems vandals aren't discriminating when it comes to stealing presidential campaign signs in one Abilene neighborhood.
Tuesday is election day, so if you missed early voting, it will be time to get to the polls.
Abilene police are looking for clues in a weekend burglary at the Abilene Community Theater.