The Abilene Education Foundation and Abilene ISD invite all AISD students and their parents, as well as students and families from the surrounding area, to the 7th Annual College and Technical Fair.
Due to maintenance on the main water service line from the Eastland County Water Supply District plant today (Thursday), the City of Eastland is requesting all water users to limit or stop any non-essential usage for tomorrow, Friday, September 25.
Severe charges are awaiting an Abilene woman after police find multiple amounts of illegal drugs during a search of her home.
The Abilene Zoo will soon be saying goodbye to a favorite exhibit but only temporarily.
The Abilene Fire Department is always there to help. Now the department is in need of help themselves. That help can only come in the form of more firefighters.
The National WASP Museum in Sweetwater is continuing its expansion project with the help of a loan approval.
A lab in Abilene addressed the growing need for translating immunology research.
The City of Brownwood is looking at options to prevent future flooding around Willis Creek.
Lavender Hackman of Cooper High School has been selected as one of approximately 1,600 Black American high school students designated as semifinalists in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program.
Wedding planning is hard, but marriage can be harder. Thanks to a program sponsored by the Health and Human Services Commission, couples approaching marriage can build a solid foundation and save the $60 marriage license fee as well.
In celebration of our freedom to read, the McMurry University English Club will be reading from banned books on the steps of the Jay-Rollins Library, at 3 p.m. Thursday, September 25.
Long time employees of the county received special recognition.
Abilene Chamber of Commerce personally thanks Military Leaders.
Dan Patrick shares where he believes the Texas energy situation is expected to be.
Haskell County residents say they are very concerned about their health after a natural gas spill at Lake Stamford.
Brownwood City Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday to join the Corps of Engineers in a feasibility study of the re-channelization of Willis Creek through a cost sharing agreement.
The 'Bark In The Park' event helps keep the Taylor-Jones Humane Society going.
After breaking ground back in July the construction on the new dog wing is coming to an end.
A Brownwood man escapes serious injury this afternoon after jumping from a burning two-story building.
Old blasting caps were found in a resident's shed and the bomb squad was called to detonate them in order to properly dispose of them.
The Energy Institute at Texas Christian University is conducting a three-day training program for mineral and royalty owners in Abilene and West Central Texas.
The Pine street underpass was closed Tuesday morning for water pump repairs.
Today, Experimmune announces the formation of a Tumor Immunology and Vaccine Core (TIVC) with a mission to establish R&D activities that address an unmet need for drug discovery and translational development of immunotherapies for oncology.
According to the Abilene Police Department, a two-inch pipe ruptured at the Fire House Subs construction site on Ridgemont Drive.
Atmos Energy confirmed 250 gallons of natural gas spilled into Lake Stamford after workers were cleaning around a pipeline. When it was removed, natural gas condensate blew across into the lake and onto homes.
With “Rainwater Harvesting” Taylor County Extension Service Master Gardeners and rainwater specialists talk about what we as homeowners can do to conserve and protect our water resources and at the same time save money.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging Texans to be prepared for continued rising water and flooding of creeks, rivers, storm drains and low-lying areas across the West Texas region.
Texas State Technical College announced today that it has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly® School.
McMurry University has been named to the coveted Military Friendly Schools ® list by Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life.
Tuesday marks the beginning of the testimony portion of the trial of Abilene man Cody French.
The crash happened about 6:30 p.m. along the railroad tracks at Eisenhower and I-20.
The Ector County Independent School District receives five M-16 rifles for its police department.
Abilene Police Officers took two people into custody after surrounding a home in west Abilene.
The Hendrick Home for Children is currently constructing a new family center in hopes to help more families.
This year, organizers expect more than 3,000 people to attend. ACU students, faculty, and alumni all help to put on the event each year.
The new engines will replace 10-year-old engines that are at Station 5 and Station 8.
Local university theatres use their resources in creative ways to portray a story-like scene.
Construction for the A.L. "Dusty" and Nancy Rhodes Family Care Complex is happening now.
According to a police report, someone broke into the 80 Proof Bar on the 800 block of East Highway 80 in the Whitten Inn hotel sometime over the weekend.
Abilene police make an arrest in a shooting after a man is shot twice in the neck.
This Alabama native has fallen in love with the key city!
The 14th Annual West Texas Book Festival is returning to Abilene starting Monday, September 22nd.
Kyle Franklin, one of the airshow industry’s most sought-after performers, returns to the CAF AIRSHO with his new act, “Dracula, the Rise of Vacul.”
Rescue the Animals, SPCA has been chosen as Community Adoption Partner by PetSmart again this year to host a huge two day adoption event.
Austinite Greg Davis didn't start out to be a photographer. But after 10 years in the tech business, the photographs he took with a point-and-shoot camera during a year-long trip around the world changed his life and his career direction.
On Saturday, September 27th Fort Griffin State Historic Site will be offering several entertaining programs, designed for the entire family to enjoy.
One man was killed on I-20 in Eastland County, 2 miles east of Ranger early Sunday morning.
Marvin Garcia is now in custody. He was located about 21 miles north of Amarillo and 1 1/2 miles to the west of highway 87/287.
Effective October 1, the City of Albany will implemented Stage II of the Albany Drought Contingency Plan.
An Abilene man and his wife have been arrested after police found their two malnourished three-year-olds.