Bremond beat the Albany Lions for the Class 2A Div. II state championship thanks to a 21-point 4th quarter. The Tigers win the championship, 28-21.
Director of Early Childhood Programs at AISD Jenny Putnam says that because now all Early Head Start students will have two main locations. Children from just a few months old to three will go to Crockett, closing down Woodson Elementary. Children from three to four will go to Jane Long Elementary closing down Locust and taking the head start students out of Reagan. This is also taking students from other daycare sites. Putting all teachers and their resources to two central locations.
Five lucky drivers in Clyde got rewarded for following the rules of the road all thanks to Santa's helpers in uniform.
Hardin Simmons Professors stopped by the KRBC studios to talk about their award winning research on text messaging and student engagement
An unlikely bunch on Santa's naughty list is working to make the jump onto the nice list by breaking records this holiday season.
An Abilene couple got quite the surprise in their bedroom after a pick-up truck smashed into their home.
The same frontal systems that impact California also have an affect on West Central Texas.
Santa stopped by Honda of Abilene on Saturday to help spread Christmas cheer and play with a few of the animals up for adoption. Honda of Abilene teamed up with Abilene Animal Services and Rescue the Animals, SPCA to help these homeless furry friends find homes.
Have you already sent out your Christmas cards? A girl struggling with a life-threatening illness hopes that this year you will add one more card to your list.
Scammers are targeting senior citizens this holiday season.
The Light Up A Life program by Hendrick Hospice Care has enriched the lives of many families who aren't able to afford end of life care for the sick loved ones.
Low cost of living, quiet neighborhoods, and a home-town feel. Abilene is the perfect place for retirement, so senior citizens from across the nation are moving to the Key City.
The most recent case was at Outback Steakhouse. The person used two fake one hundred dollar bills to pay for their meal.
KRBC's Haley Clawson visited A-Town Cleaners to find out how Jackets for Joy has done so far this month.
A man wanted by the United States Marshals lead Abilene Police on a frantic foot chase in a west side neighborhood.
Crews worked to get a truck out of a ditch after it rear ended the back of a car stopped at a stop light west bound on South 1st Street.
The City of Abilene's Annual City Sidewalks took over downtown Abilene on Tuesday, December 2nd and KRBC's Jacob Bradford was there to watch as people flooded into Downtown Abilene.
The City of Abilene has an answer for numerous complaints from residents about a strange odor coming from their faucet water
Abilene residents ran, walked or trotted for this years Turkey Trot
Millions of eyes from all across the country were gazing upon the wonders of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, but one family from Colorado City was looking intently for their loved one.
Last week, The Robertson Prison Unit was Without Water Due to Decreasing Levels at Their Water Supply Tank, City Confirms.
This week's heart to heart child is a sixteen year old reader and writer named Lakisha. She has a warm heart for children and big dreams of being a pediatric nurse.
Kyler Faulkner has a debilitating disease, but it hasn't stopped him from becoming a national champion skeet shooter.
A local church surprises Abilene homeless man with a fully furnished, stocked and decorated apartment.
The Senior Warden confirmed that the prison was having water issues, but he says they took the appropriate steps to handle the situation. He says the city notified them that their water supply at the water tower was dropping.
Three women apart of the American Legion Auxiliary are working hard, by themselves, to bring appreciation to people. They do projects big and small. So small to handing out cards to cafeteria workers, janitors, and bus drivers that say "You're making a difference in a child's life." Bigger projects that involve sending care packages to deployed military in places that many might know we have military stationed. All of this out of the kindness of their hearts.
Hendrick Cancer Center honored Lung Cancer Awareness Month by hosting an inaugural program designed to help smokers quit.
Several neighbors showed up to voice their concerns against rezoning to allow new Firehouse gym. Others believe the second location in the Wylie area would contribute to the growing neighborhood.
Margie Royall was just beginning to see memories being made in her home in Tye. With Christmas trees up and more decorations lying on the ground that will never be put on display Margie is left in shock. Wondering where to pick up the pieces to continue her and her son, David's, life.
On Tuesday, an aggravated robbery on North 7th Street left an Abilene man injured after he was struck in the head with a hammer. After he was hit and threatened, two men stole his Playstation.
In order to de-ice roads and ensure the public's safety, TxDOT used 60 tons of salt, 40 tons of bottom ash and 3,000 gallons of brine water.
The State of Texas recently reduced the number of state mandated tests from fifteen to five. Before the reduction Abilene High did not have final exams. They said with the number of state tests along with finals would have been too much for students to handle. Now with the reduction finals are now back. To many of the faculty's surprise, students are happy about the final exams making a return.
Abilene Christian University selects Lee De Leon to become the schools 8th athletic director.
For many veterans, coming home doesn't mean their war is over. For some, a new battle has just begun.
The coldest temperatures of the season thus far have presented themselves and for some businesses that's good news.
An Abilene man was scammed out of nearly $60,000 after hiring a contractor he found on Craigslist.
A medical helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing after a bird hit the chopper.
Seniors at Eula High School coordinated and hosted the annual event that brings together members of the community to honor and remember those who have served.
Currently grades 9-12 have a drug testing policy implemented for students involved in extracurricular activities. People came forward hoping to see this expand to the Junior High.
Coca-Cola and the City of Abilene have been providing a service for the last three years that helps residents conserve water in a resourceful way.
North Abilene residents who said they were frustrated with the city's lack of plans for their neighborhood, say they are starting to see improvements.
Tickets for the opening round of the 2014 state high school football playoffs will go on sale Tuesday at One AISD Center, 241 Pine Street.
Voters in Coleman County gave approval to two alcohol propositions. Now other areas of the Big Country are hoping for the same thing.
Although voter turnout increased locally in Taylor County, the state of Texas is not seeing the same. Studies show Texas has one of the lowest numbers of voters amongst the nation.
Some Nolan County precincts were in short supply of ballots during Tuesday's election.
Haley Clawson visited poll locations in Abilene to find out why voters weren't being deterred.
College graduates are feeling the financial pressure to make money after walking the stage. For many, Abilene, isn't the place to stay unless businesses are willing to pay.
Owners of Perini Ranch Steakhouse held a signing for their children's book called Tails of Perini Ranch.
Two Abilene parents went above and beyond to make their daughter's Sweet 16th a birthday she will never forget.
The Abilene Fire Department is currently investigating the cause of a vacant house fire in the 1800 block of Amarillo Street.