A Stephenville man died in a one-vehicle crash in Callahan County Tuesday afternoon.
Matt Addison heads to San Juan, Puerto Rico to play professional basketball.
Restaurant owners are starting to feel the brunt of the high demand for beef.
The Breckenridge city manager talked with us a little earlier about an investigation that cleared Stephens County Sheriff Billy Wade. Wade had been accused of assaulting a female Breckenridge police officer. That incident was first uncovered back when Wade was running for sheriff and still with Breckenridge P.D.
Snow days can be fun. Well, maybe not for parents, but kids love them. It's a great time to make a snowman and take out the sled with friends. But experts warn parents that sledding has its dangers. There are, however, ways to have fun and stay safe.
Weather radios out of commission for about 24 hours. After a couple of thieves stripped the copper wiring. The crooks were targeting the copper from the data feed lines that come in from San Angelo.
The copper has since been replaced and the weather radio system restored, but this story raises the question of just how detrimental would it have been had significant weather hit during that time.
Proposed gun control legislation has dominated much of the national debate recently, and law enforcement officials in Abilene and across Texas are not holding back when it comes to sharing their opinion on the controversial topic.
Gail Pittman has been rescuing and rehabbing birds for years -- and she does it all out of her and her husband's auto repair shop in Abilene.
Immigration is the hot topic in Washington today. From the white house
to Capitol Hill - lawmakers and leaders are trying to agree on a plan to
deal with the 11 million illegal immigrants in this country.
Broadway musical Hello, Dolly! will dress the stage at Hardin-Simmons
University's Van Ellis Theatre this month.
A Louisville, Kentucky mother came rushing to the rescue, saving her
husband and two sons after the SUV her husband was driving crashed along
Interstate 64 near Frankfort Sunday.
There has been an arrest made in the case of a Graham woman
who disappeared in early December of 2011.
We have received further updates on the conditions of the three young
victims of the recent deadly car accidents that plagued the Big Country
in late January.
The controversy over a 93-year-old pipeline in Eastland County continues
as local water districts come together to find a solution before the
case goes to trial.
The Taylor County Sheriff is sharing his stance on gun control.
Abilene Mayor Norm Archibald is in Austin to participate in a hearing
with members of the Texas senate and house of representatives.
Despite the resistance of Gov. Rick Perry and many other Republicans to expanding Medicaid in Texas under the Affordable Care Act, some momentum seems to be building from outside of the Capitol in support of the expansion.
Police, firefighters and emergency medical crews rushed out Tuesday
morning to help the victim of a traffic accident near Abilene Christian
A drunk driver hits a stopped car, leading to a DWI arrest.
A Coleman County couple has accepted a plea bargain on charges that they misused money donated to a volunteer fire department.
National Weather Service Warning Coordination Meteorologist Hector Guererro reports that a case of vandalism at the Coleman NWS transmission site has taken the NWS Weather Radio station transmitter off the air.
Hendrick Cardiovascular Care is encouraging all community members to
take care of their hearts at "A Day to Take Heart," Tuesday, Feb. 5 from
4 - 8 p.m.
The City of Abilene's Animal Services Division has seen a drastic increase in the number of canine distemper cases in recent months and encourages dog owners to have their pets properly vaccinated.
A chilly start, however Tuesday will end up being similar to Monday with
temperatures making it into the 70s under a clear sky and calm winds.
An Abilene woman ended up with two dogs -- including an aggressive breed -- with no place to take them for more than 48 hours.
They may seem harmless, but doctors have been warning people for some time that energy drinks can be dangerous.
The color is purple. The cause is ending abusive relationships among teens.
The Boy Scouts of America excludes gay
men from being leaders, and gay youth from being members, but that is not how the Country Club Congregational United Church of Christ of Kansas City feels.
DPS is still out in full force after multiple deadly accidents last week.
In a decision sure to be appealed to the Texas Supreme Court, state district Judge John Dietz ruled Monday in favor of more than 600 school districts on all of their major claims. He declined to find either the state cap on charter contracts or their lack of access to facilities funding unconstitutional.
Some construction in Abilene is finally done, and drivers and some business should be glad.
Sunday night just after 10 p.m., a wanted man out of Missouri led law
enforcement on a high-speed chase along I-20 in Mitchell County.
The Breckenridge City Manager has released a statement regarding the decision by multiple agencies to not continue with a criminal investigation regarding the Wade incident.
During the month of February, the Comptroller's office will conduct four free taxpayer seminars across the state.
The Meals on Wheels Plus (MOW) Board of Directors is excited that a
foundation based in Austin is offering a challenge grant for the
"Groceries On Wheels" program.
The Hispanic Leadership Council will be hosting its annual Planning for
College & Career Seminar on Saturday, February 9 at Holland High
School on the campus of Hardin-Simmons University.
Expect to pay more at the pump as prices are on the rise again.
According to the Abilene BBB, Big Country residents have
been subject to a recent computer scam that has ended up costing some victims
several hundred dollars.
Abilene police arrest a man at a local high school for carrying weapons on campus.
Residents of Bangs are being asked to conserve water for the time being.
For the eighth consecutive year, IHOP restaurants nationwide will offer
each guest a free short stack of its famous buttermilk pancakes on
National Pancake Day in an effort to raise awareness and funds for
Shriners Hospitals and other local charities.
It was a big weekend for many in Buffalo Gap as people from all across the Big Country filled up the small town for the 4th Annual Fire and Ice Feast.
Will Texas expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act? That's the $100 billion question at the Capitol this session. The state's Republican leadership says no, but supporters of federal health care reform may be gaining traction.
As we enter this first full week of February, it is starting out rather nicely.
Police believe alcohol played a part in a late-night car accident that sent one passenger to the hospital.
One couple is traveling over five thousand miles on their bikes to spread awareness for a disease that they are all too familiar with. They spent a night in Abilene on their trip and spoke about why they're spreading awareness for Parkinson's Disease.
Maybe you watched Super Bowl just for the commercials or just the half-time show -- or maybe, the big game itself. Regardless, for many people, it's all about the food -- and that gives businesses around the Key City a big boost.
This truck is not only being packed with goods, its also full of hope.
A local man was arrested after he tried to get his car back from a known female.