Three months since a prison bus wreck that took the lives of 10 people, a community continues to honor their fallen hero.
With the summers months quickly approaching, sun exposure is inevitable in West Texas, which means that people need to think about their skin more often than they normal would.
A Brownwood man pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography.
Hillary Clinton seems to be switching sides of the fence when it comes to the issue of same-sex marriage, but are her actions politically motivated?
The Taylor County Sheriff's Department revealed the name of the man who lost his life in a head-on collision in Tye on Tuesday.
Power has been restored at the Taylor County Plaza after a squirrel chewed through some wires and caused a building-wide blackout.
Atmos Energy company will be flaring gas north of Dyess and west of Abilene on April 16th and 21st.
Registration for Summer Playground camp is now underway!
The wind industry is picking up in the United States, and Texas is leading the way during the boom.
Texas Representative Randy Neugebauer introduced legislation on Tax Day that targets the alleged political agenda of the IRS.
The Texas Department of Insurance has gathered some tips on what to do if you fall victim to identity theft.
Former New England Patriots Player Aaron was found guilty of the first degree murder of a Massachusetts man in 2013.
Third graders from a Brownwood elementary school are getting geared up for the STAAR test in a fun, unique way!
A city/county-wide database is making it possible for first-responders to quickly locate residents who have become trapped in storm shelters.
Congressman Thornberry and Senator Cornyn introduced legislation on Tax Day with hopes of aiding small-business owners when dealing with the IRS.
A 13-year-old boy is shaking things up in the south by pushing for Confederate Heroes Day to be changed to Civil War Remembrance Day.
The McMurry Model UN team was recognized during a a national conference for accurately portraying Viet Nam and offering resolutions to some of the world's biggest problems.
Beautiful weather today, but storms return to the forecast Thursday
The city of Cisco is witnessing an era of growth and renewal.
Visiting friends and family in the Taylor County Jail could be getting more expensive for some...
ACU Graduate and internationally known Cuban-American artist Rolando Diaz painting a mural close to where his career started.
Learning the value of a dollar and how it changes your child's spending habits for life...
In the recent years, across the nation, there has been an increase in people who are riding their bikes either for recreation or for a means of transportation.
A 26 year old man is dead after a two-vehicle crash on I-20 in Colorado City.
A third suspect in connection to a driveby shooting has been arrested.
Abilene post offices will operate during normal hours on April 15th, so taxpayers can't mail their returns at midnight this year.
The Cisco Fire Department has released the names of the victims of the deadly house fire on Friday, April 10.
The Abilene Zoo will host a full slate of Abilene’s musical talent at an all-day Music Fest to take place Saturday, April 25. Bands will perform in the plaza and pavilion from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. that day, and the concerts are free with zoo admission. The Abilene Zoo Music Fest was made possible with a grant from the Abilene Community Foundation.
How you can breeze through allergy season a drop at a time..
Adding a third republican to the official list of GOP White House contenders....
Construction of new Johnston Elementary School among proposals approved
Road construction and maintenance continue throughout the Key City.
A freshman McMurry student switches places for the day with the Dean of Students.
Abilene police have two in custody and are searching for a third suspect.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that Operation Drawbridge – the law enforcement initiative using motion-detection camera system along the Texas-Mexico border – was responsible for more than 29,300 apprehensions and 88,400 pounds of drugs being seized in 2014. These results represent a significant impact in the effort to combat Mexican cartel smuggling operations.
Three explosions that occurred around the NCCIL in downtown Abilene left nearby residents and businesses without power for seventy-nine minutes.
Free beans and cornbread will be available at all United Locations to help alleviate the stress of Tax Day on April 15th.
100 people, including five crew members, have fallen ill after boarding a cruise that left San Diego on March 29th.
Superintendent search and more to be discussed by AISD school board during meeting on Monday night.
Gas has risen slightly over the past week, but the outlook is good for summer.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar has drafted a 'Taxpayer Bill of Rights' to make good on his promise by providing taxpayers with an agency that puts their needs first.
Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, North Carolina, is on lockdown after one person was shot in the library, said Daniel Wiggins, assistant operations manager for Wayne County.
Scattered showers and storms will develop as a cold front moves south
The Big Country Outdoor and Home expo wrapped up its final day today.
After a fire caused by high heat and a bug bomb broke out April 9th, a family that lives in the 1600 block of Victoria Street in Abilene has been displaced.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous tips that help police solve a recent credit card abuse case. KTAB has surveillance video of a man police call a person of interest in the case.
The Central Texas Gem and Mineral Society wrapped up their annual jewelry show at the Abilene Civic Center Sunday evening.
One person is in the hospital after a car wreck Sunday evening.
The City of Arlington has widened the evacuation for people living near the site of the LABC gas well and asked that anyone within one eighth of a mile of the well evacuate.
The last Democratic presidential nominee to seriously campaign in Texas in a general election was a Clinton. But it's been nearly two decades since President Bill Clinton stormed through Fort Worth's Sundance Square for a late-September campaign rally.