During this difficult time to be a police officer, one group of policemen went above and beyond their call of duty to help a family who they heard wouldn't have the brightest Christmas.
Recent rain has brought up lake levels, but before the storm water gets to the lake, there is a specific order of events that have to occur first.
More rain is giving residents living by local lakes a problem with mosquitoes.
A Cossacks rally in Mingus was canceled this weekend, but the sheriff is bracing for violence in case members of biker gangs show up.
A group of students from Early are representing their high school at an international competition.
An elderly woman in Houston has had roofing problems since Hurricane Ike and hasn't receive help until now.
Are you ready to enjoy the summer weather? Going out in the Sun means wearing sunscreen. What should you look for when buying sunscreen?
A train derails near 14th St. and Stephen F. Austin.
The Abilene High School Principal began her day on a high note when she was surprised with a special honor at Wednesday morning's faculty meeting. It's a new Eagle tradition that's been in the works and it was well received.
Abilene ISD is striving to keep their students hunger-free, even when school's out for the summer.
The bodies of two bikers killed in Sunday's shootout in Waco have been released to funeral homes in Eastland County.
Safety regulators have still not publicly identified all of the car models included in the record 34 million vehicle recall by Japanese airbag maker Takata.
The Grace Museum is hosting a 'Bottles and Brushes' event, all beverages welcome. The event will feature guided instruction class as a teacher walks participants through imitating this months feature painting, an arrangement of lemons.
As House and Senate leaders get closer to crafting a $210 billion 2016-17 budget, intense negotiations have emerged over two sentences that could kill a $12 billion Dallas-to-Houston bullet train project.
An annual Cossacks Biker Club event has been canceled in light of recent incidents.
A man has drowned after rescuing his 4-year-old daughter from a storm-swelled creek at a Central Texas dam.
The 360-degree views of New York City and beyond aren't the only attractions that will keep visitors at One World Observatory engaged 100 to 102 floors above the One World Trade Center grounds.
A man who was likely homeless was assaulted and robbed outside of a local non-profit.
An African American couple in east Texas claim a homeowners association is discriminating against them after a decades-old deed restriction prohibiting the sale of property to those of 'African American' descent was lifted last year.
KRBC's Mallory Coon has an exclusive report from Six Flags Over Texas. He got a glimpse of their new 4D dark ride before the public unveiling.
On Wednesday morning, the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an unprecedented number of documents from what U.S. officials have described as the treasure-trove picked up by the SEALs at bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 2, 2011.
Commissioner George P. Bush will be co-teaching a live-streamed class about the Stephen F. Austin colonial era in Texas history on Friday, May 29th.
North Korea said Wednesday that it has the ability to miniaturize nuclear weapons, a key step toward building nuclear missiles.
A local BBQ says changes in beef prices is helping business.
Weather is contributing to increase in wildlife which means more game for hunters.
A cell phone recording from Cisco is sparking a debate about a citizen's right to record during police presence. .
One Abilene resident who fell victim to a North Abilene drive-by shooting is speaking out. Last Friday, Brittney Weaver and her family were shot at on Victoria Street while leaving a near by Dollar General.
Getting a dental check-up means more than getting teeth examined.
Neighbors are calling it a close call after an early morning lightning strike causes a home to go up in flames.
The government says these charities claimed to provide direct support for cancer patients, breast cancer patients and children with cancer.
According to people who personally knew the men and public records, four men arrested and one deceased after a biker brawl in Waco have ties to the Big County.
With less than two weeks left in the legislative session, the Texas House is all that is keeping a stalled measure requiring public universities and colleges to allow concealed handguns on their campuses from reaching the governor's desk.
Names of the bikers arrested after Sunday night's brawl. Some mugshots included.
Preliminary autopsy results have been released for the nine men killed during a biker shooting in Waco on Sunday.
A local fast food restaurant is out thousands of dollars after an early morning burglary.
All but one fire station in Abilene are reporting rainfall accumulation of over 10 inches for the entire year.
The Texas House has approved a Senate bill designed to legalize cannabis oil for epilepsy patients who don't respond to conventional treatment.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo has an exclusive report from Six Flags Over Texas. He got a glimpse of their new 4D dark ride before the public unveiling.
Things are calm for right now, but fear is still growing concerning what's to come following a brutal 'biker-gang' shootout in Waco.
Investigators are considering a house a total loss after it was struck by lightning in south Abilene Tuesday morning.
Since Sunday's shootout, some bikers across the Big Country have been receiving some flack and have been stereotyped with the criminal biker clubs. But one local biker is wanting the public to know that not all of the motorcyclists fall into that category.
Bikers weren't the only ones exchanging gunfire in Sunday's deadly shootout in Waco that killed nine and injured 17, and now law enforcement are concerned about possible threats.
Up to 45 million people have IBS, an illness that can cause discomfort for many years. Now new blood testing could help diagnose the disease.
Long time residents are defending their city after a popular three word slogan started circulating around Abilene.
Two of the men killed in the biker club shootout in Waco on Sunday were from Eastland County, Cisco Chief of Police Larry Weikel confirms.
The brawl and shootout at a Waco sports bar that left members of the Bandidos dead is the latest bloody chapter for a group with a history steeped in violence.
Two of the motorcycle clubs at the scene of the shootout in Waco that killed nine and injured 17 have ties to Abilene, and the Department of Justice considers one of them to be a criminal group.
New City Manager, Robert Hanna was sworn in on Monday morning along with Councilman Shane Price and Councilman Bruce Kreitler.
Scheduled to open June 17, the store will bring as many as 200 new jobs to the Brownwood community.
A Lubbock woman is now $1 million richer after purchasing a winning lottery ticket.