Coffee Club: Should the post office deliver packages on Sundays this holiday season?
Coffee Club: Are you participating in "No Shave November"?
Coffee Club: Now that Halloween is behind us, it's only appropriate that we focus on the next reason to celebrate--Thanksgiving!
An Abilene man is planning to press charges after he claims a juvenile girl might be the reason for his dog's death.
An Abilene man arrested for drunk driving had a nine-year old girl in the car.
46-year-old Curtis Jack Lewis of Abilene was booked into the Taylor County Jail in connection with Saturday's stabbings outside of Logan's Roadhouse.
With the leftover candy from Halloween, kids in Brownwood are now using them for a good cause.
Saturday marked the first day of one of the biggest hunting season; deer.
Coffee Club: This weekend we fall back an hour for daylight saving time.
Officer Bell was the lead detective on the unsolved Jennifer Servo case.
Customers may expect to pay more with their wine.
A Merkel mother claims her son has been a victim of bullying.
Coffee Club: Should students have access to free condoms at school?
Halloween may be a time for children to dress up and get candies, but a local veterinarian is advising owners not to forget about their pets.
Coffee Club: Have you ever held a funeral for your pet?
The Children's Performing Art series celebrated their 30th anniversary with a special production.
An Abilene man led police to a short car chase after being pulled over for not stopping at a stop sign.
The Trinity Baptist Church hosted is 10th annual Judgement House.
Fewer than two-thousand people voted just several days into early voting for the November 5th election.
Trick-or-treating may be a time for fun and candies for children, but for parents, safety is top priority.
Two brothers from Brownwood started an event called Hot Rods for Heroes to help recognize the service of military members.
Are you concerned about pesticides on your food?
ABILENE, TX-Owners brought their pets of all shapes and sizes to receive a blessing from a local priest.
MERKEL, TX-Police are still investigating what caused a fire in Merkel late Saturday morning. Its believed to be arson.
ABILENE, TX- An Abilene man is in jail after he fought with officers during his arrest.
ABILENE, TX-Veterans gathered at VFW Post 6873 for a special Sunday afternoon.
ABILENE, TX-There's no arguing that the Big Country needs rain, but the heavy downpours Saturday morning caused a delay during the 19th Annual Big Country Balloon Fest.
ABILENE, TX- Police reports say a man returned to his north Abilene home Thursday and found $15,000 worth of guns and cash missing.
ABILENE, TX-The rain didn't only flood the streets of Abilene Saturday morning but Abilene Christian University's Cullen Auditorium.
A car accident in Callahan County early Saturday morning kills one Abilene man.
The first weekend of the West Texas Fair & Rodeo was seen as a success with families participating in attractions from live music, rides, food, and animals.
The Young Audiences of Abilene is celebrating their 20th anniversary by thanking their volunteers on Monday, September 9.
Below are the planned maintenance and construction projects from the Texas Department of Transportation for September 9-13.
It was a normal day walking in at Ernie's Spanish Kitchen for one Breckenridge waitress, but at the end of the day, she walked out being called a local hero.
ABILENE, TX-An Abilene grandmother got an unexpected call last month with the news that her granddaughter has reached out to the family.
This year's Chili Super Bowl XXXII in Buffalo Gap was both hearty and fun.
Friends and family members of a Eula woman are working on fundraising projects to help pay for a surgery that doctors say the woman needs.
They've used confiscated drug money to pay for new equipment, but never for a new employee.
While many students prepare for the back to school season, some kids are preparing for leaving the nest. While they prepare to leave, parents are getting ready for a little more elbow room at home.
Revenue from tickets at are an all time high at Abilene Regional Airport and cheaper tickets aren't the only reason for that.
Stores all over the Big Country are preparing for tax free weekend.
The City of Abilene is not enforcing its own code regarding high grass and weeds at city properties. The grass, weeds, or bushes are not suppose to be higher than 12 inches, but at the city pump station on South Danville and Brief Street that isn't the case.
With about 200 hundred patients, and many of them showing up with just one set of clothing, the State Hospital is in need of donation of clothing to fill their "Fashion Shop."
Congressman Mike Conaway answered a range of questions from constituents about Obama Care, the economy, energy and in particular the farm bill.
Once Dr. Paul Reynolds was diagnosed with diabetes, he changed his lifestyle and is now working at getting his town in shape with the help of others.
A new study by The Journal of Science finds that with each added degree in temperatures, violent crimes become more likely.
MCH Kenworth, a truck dealership company, is opening a store in Tye. The dealership will be located off of Interstate 20 just before the Flying J and create jobs in the area.
USA Network honored local NAACP president Petty Hunter on Friday afternoon with the "Characters Unite Award."
With the shortage of water in the Big Country, officials from across the area came to see what solutions could be brought to the table.
Parents are putting children in danger when they run inside the store or house and leave kids in a car with no air conditioning. It takes only minutes before the heat inside the vehicle becomes unbearable, and then deadly.