A common excuse for not exercising is a lack of time but several hours, or even on whole hour, is not needed for a workout that benefits the entire body.
A structure fire broke out following a crash on the 3400 block of North 1st.
A young man hoping to keep his uncle's legacy alive is taking over Cypress Street Station in downtown Abilene.
New problems are faced in gardens this year because of soaking rains.
The Abilene Zoo honored active and retired military families with a free day of food and fun.
Abilene High boys basketball assistant coach Don Heseman has been promoted to the head coaching position.
Fitness has become increasingly popular in the recent years and there are more injuries to show for it.
It's been an active couple of weather weeks here in the Big Country with rain, hail and even tornadoes. Some of those who have suffered from the damage are local farmers.
The oldest and longest running pool in the Big Country will soon re-open.
One special event is bringing people from all over the nation to Abilene this weekend. The 2015 Big Country Airfest and Air show is being held at Dyess Air Force Base.
As more knowledge is learned about various diets, substitutions are being made in homes and public restaurants.
Many locals are standing firm on their opinions over whether or not they want the bond to pass.
For one Abilene business owner, the news of the Nepal earthquake hits close to home. Dante's Pizza owner is from Nepal and was just back home two weeks ago.
Common excuses a local trainer hears from clients on why they do not exercise.
Less than a year after a tragic car wreck that almost claimed his life, Cory Almanza is learning how to walk and talk again.
A 4-year-old on a mission to McDonald's is saved after strangers find him trying to cross a busy street alone.
Violence has claimed the lives of four Abilene residents since the beginning of this year. A stabbing at Old Skool nightclub, a drive-by in North Abilene and three shootings this weekend all resulted in death.
Three months since a prison bus wreck that took the lives of 10 people, a community continues to honor their fallen hero.
Springtime in Texas is known for the beautiful wildflowers that blanket the fields and roadsides across our state, including the state flower, the Bluebonnet. Here are a few tips to help everyone enjoy the wildflower season safely and lawfully.
One person is in custody following a rollover wreck in South Abilene.
The recent robberies targeting convenience stores have many customers questioning their safety.
An Abilene man arrested on nine charges after he allegedly hit a police vehicle, fled the scene and sent police on a chase for miles.
Police officers responded to an attempted burglary call, in the early hours of the morning. A burglary was allegedly in progress near the 1000 block of Plaza St. in North Abilene.
Surveillance video shows the man eating several bowls of pasta before entering the cooler area and climbing on top to take a nap.
Kraft is recalling 240,000 cases of macaroni and cheese because some boxes may contain small pieces of metal.
The Sweetwater Jaycees say this year's winter made it more difficult for them to hunt rattlesnakes for the Roundup.
The owner of the Cypress Street Station restaurant, Brian Green passed away on Thursday. When it came to his restaurant, the 57-year-old put his heart and soul into the business for over 20 years.
A Stephens County Deputy attempted to make a traffic stop then the vehicle took off at a high speed.
Retired Staff Sergeant Michael Burns served three tours as a soldier in Iraq. During his time overseas, he suffered severe injuries to his leg, causing permanent damage.
Regardless of the negative attention that has surrounded Dr. Health Burns for his alleged mishandling of student-teacher relationships while Superintendent of Abilene Independent School District, some of his former co-workers are still standing by his side as he applies for a new job.
One person was taken to the hospital with several broken bones after he landed in a ditch.
Fighting the violence. How a community partnership between police and a non-profit is hoping to reduce the number of family assault cases in Abilene.
Praying for rain may soon be a thing of the past. The Big Country is finally seeing the rain they've been praying for.
According to police documents, Patricia Collins dragged a man with vehicle from her apartment on Yeoman's Road to 7 Eleven on Judge Ely.
According to Abilene Police, the suspect in Friday's shooting is still at large.
Vocalist all over Abilene brought their best vocal pipes with them to compete for this year's Abilene Idol.
The crash happened on a Mar Vista, California golf course.
On March 3, 2015, Abilene officers responded to a call involving a man who reportedly wanted to commit suicide by cop. A shooting occurred and the suspect was treated at a local hospital.
Kelly Ramirez was close to giving her brother a second chance at life until he suddenly passed away a few days ago.
Three people were taken into custody after a high speed chase through Taylor and Jones counties Tuesday, all while four children were inside the car.
Boys Area Round Results
Abilene Police have identified the most dangerous intersections in Abilene. Police say the five major areas they consider dangerous are areas where they continue to see a high volume of traffic.
An Abilene man has been arrested after he broke into a person's home and assaulted them with a crowbar.
Updated Girls Basketball Regional Tournament Schedule and Results
ABILENE - ACU director of athletics Lee De León announced Thursday that the Wildcats will open their 2018 football season against the Baylor Bears of the Big 12 at McLane Stadium, one of five non-conference games ACU has scheduled against FBS opponents from 2015-2019.
Updated: Boys Bi-District Results and Schedule
Updated: Girls Basketball Playoff Results
TxDot crews are working to determine what caused an 18-wheeler to leak 150 gallons of fuel while traveling on Interstate 20.
Watch Randy learn to play the fiddle for his 2015 resolution.
TXDot crews never take a snow day. They're always out making sure our roads are safe but working in these hazardous conditions can be scary.