Fast food workers are demanding $15 dollars an hour. Is it fair or outrageous?
How did you know you were ready to buy your first home?
National Nurses Week just wrapped up, and one local hospital is reminding everyone there is a major shortage of nurses, not only around the country, but right here in Abilene.
In today's digital age, it's rare that a business would be cash only--and most of the time, we're out of luck if that's the case! We want to know, do you still carry around cash, or do you rely on your cards?
We're talking about our love, more like obsession, for technology. Do you think you could go an entire week without your gadgets?
Is it worth paying a little more to avoid fighting the crowds and the busy checkout counters? Or would you rather pick your own produce in person?
The loud noises and claustrophobic feel of traditional MRI machines are eliminated thanks to new technology at one Big Country hospital.
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil checks in with country music artist, Kellie Pickler, to find out what she's up to, and how she stays in such great shape.
Waiting in the long security lines at major airports can be a pain, which is why pre-check security options were introduced. Do you think these speedy programs are convenient, or concerning?
A happy ending for an Abilene woman who has battled a lung disease for over a decade.
In honor of Earth Day, we want to know--what is the "greenest" thing you do?
Many are lacing up for the Boston Marathon. Would you ever consider participating?
A new study claims that the closer you sleep to your partner, the happier you are in the relationship. Most people say they prefer sleeping back to back.
Getting children to eat their vegetables can be a battle, but adults can be just as picky! Are there any foods you simply won't touch?
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil chats with The Today Show's Natalie Morales about this year's Boston Marathon, the heightened security and how she plans to participate.
We're talking about catching some ZZZ's in the classroom. Do you think nap time should be built into the schedule for students?
We all know the saying, opposites attract, but in your own relationship experience--how true is it?
The nicer weather means more time spent outdoors for kids, and local doctors tend to see an increase in head injuries to accompany the change of season.
A new study suggests those in relationships may want to use caution when using sites like Twitter.
An underage Ohio girl faces charges after taking her parents keys and crashing their car. The twist--she claims she was sleepwalking.
Whether it's someone texting and driving, or someone speeding and eating, it is becoming a common sight on the road.
For many people, a diet soda is the perfect pick-me-up, but for older women who love their diet drinks, there's something new to consider--the risks of heart disease.
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks...but how much will that cost exactly?
The gowns, the glamour, the glitter--prom season is almost upon us. And parents know, it can get expensive fast!
We're talking about a new wedding trend--updating every special detail of the big day on social media.
Do you have a lead foot? We want to know if you're the type that leaves people in the dust, and if you have a collection of speeding tickets to prove it!
What is your caffeine of choice? If we are talking about a hierarchy of caffeine levels, Starbucks coffee is king. Followed by energy drinks, like Red Bull.
Do you think Hobby Lobby has the right to refuse birth control coverage to its employees, based off personal beliefs?
Alcohol is becoming more available than ever before. Now Starbucks puts alcohol on the menu next to their coffee concoctions.
We're talking about spring! Many of us are looking forward to warmer temperatures after the winter we had. Are you purchasing plants and preparing for the new season?
There's a new study planned--using chocolate--that doctors think could potentially help our health.
Spring is officially here, and unfortunately, allergies tend to blow in with the new season. Cedar pollens are some of the biggest culprits this time of year.
It seems like visiting the library is an activity long forgotten in the digital age. But we want to know if you still check out books the old fashioned way.
It's a rule many people live by--"The Five Second Rule." If your food hits the ground, do you go for it? Or let it go?
The two-letter word is hard to say some times, because we don't want to disappoint people. So how do you deal when the pressure is on?
Friday is World Sleep Day! Are you feeling rested? Chances are, you're probably not getting as much sleep as you should.
Restaurants are switching up their menu offerings, thanks to rising costs of certain foods, like beef. We want to know, do you change up your diet when food prices fluctuate?
West Texas weather truly has been roller coaster of ups and downs. One day it can be sunny and warm, and the next, below freezing! And as KRBC's Nora Hartfeil found out, the extreme fluctuations can have an impact on your health.
It's easy to overspend at the grocery store, if you're not careful. But we want to know how you save at the check out.
A new app will help keep track of your caffeine consumption -- and answer a key question: Do you really need another cup of coffee?
A New Jersey teenager sues her parents for tuition at her private high school, living expenses, and she wants them to commit to paying her college tuition.
We want to know if you'll be hitting the polls today, or if you've already cast your ballot. Or maybe, you are skipping out this go-round?
Spring is not even here yet, but it's time to start thinking about summer. Summer camps, anyway. Do you think summer camps are a fading tradition, or will you be sending your kid this year?
During cold and flu season most of us either work in close proximity with sick co-workers, or deal with symptoms ourselves. So how do we know whether to stay home, or head in to work when we're feeling ill?
Do you communicate differently in person than on Facebook? We look at why the most introverted of people seem to open up online.
Gone are the days of cigarette breaks. In fact, many employers say you won't be considered for a job, even if you only light up in the privacy of your own home.
Many of us consider our pets to be members of the family, which means we often treat them like humans. But do you believe that your pet has feelings and emotions?
We've all been there--you wake up feeling under the weather and drag yourself to the office anyway. So why do so many of us head into work while sick?
Kids and credit cards--doesn't sound like the best mix. But at some point, they need to learn the ins and outs of money management.
Most Americans say they plan to invest their tax returns this year.