A local attorney speaks about self defense rights.
Many Patients Are Frustrated Not Knowing If They Should Assume They Weren't Affected Or If The Letter Never Made It To Them.
The first major study on color blindness finds certain boys are most likely to be born with the condition and It's important for doctors to diagnose it early on.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is taking action against prescription drug abuse. Addiction and death from prescription painkillers has become an epidemic, so the DEA is hoping to make the pills much harder to get.
This week, KRBC's Ariana Lubelli introduces viewers to a sweet 12-year-old girl name Amanda. The struggles Amanda has faced throughout her life have made her a brave and amazing young girl. She says she hopes to share her strength with others and find a permanent home.
The town of Clyde is remembering Michael C. Murphrey, a local soldier who was killed in 2009 during a freedom operation in Afghanistan. A 5k Memorial Run/Walk has been set up to honor his memory and his bravery in giving the ultimate sacrifice.
The Art Association of Brownwood hopes to continue serving the Brownwood community's artistic needs.
The homeowner who was involved in an altercation Friday afternoon that resulted in the death of his former employee say he is shocked and saddened by the situation.
The Abilene Community Theatre is coming back from a year hiatus and has plans to keep audiences coming, despite the availability of instantaneous entertainment.
Several taxes are going up in Taylor County. Separately the tax hikes from the county and AISD don't look bad, but together how much extra will you be paying this year?
Several families in Abilene have opted for a non traditional way of learning.
It's no secret that staying physically active and eating healthy may help you live longer. However, research shows that how long you live and the quality of those years is more nurture than nature. So what is the secret to healthy aging?
We may have one more month of summer left, but doctors suggest families should already be thinking about the flu!
The Abilene Country Club is honoring their former general manager who passed away from ALS in January.
The Sweetwater Police Department is hoping to slow down the drug activity by training two new narcotic dogs.
The Colorado Career Academy gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses for free.
Only a few hours after the first day of school is out, the Office Depot in south Abilene gets slammed with customers looking for back to school supplies.
KRBC's Megan Dobbs and Randy Turner accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Before starting the work day, they got iced!
Clyde local, Tammy Jasso lost her husband Albert to the disease in December 2012. She speaks about the importance of this challenge.
The nation's leading group of pediatricians want adolescents and teens to get more sleep. In order to ensure that they do, big changes to the school day are being recommended.
The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends middle and high schools delay their start times to at least 8:30 a.m.
The Highland Church of Christ is breaking out of the mold by adding a second Sunday service with live instruments instead of an acapella choir.
Abilene police are looking for information that helps them arrest and charge suspects in a recent robbery case.
With local children heading back to school Monday, drivers should be aware of school zone and cross walk rules.
The town of Hawley is honoring and remembering their former Mayor Ronnie Woodard. Before his passing, he served as their mayor for almost 12 years.
Fiesta in the Park Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month
Friday was the first time that Dr. Kent Brantly's family spoke out for the first time on the ordeal they have gone through with Dr. Brantly being infected with the Ebola virus. That ordeal was one full of faith, family, and strength.
The story gained national attention, but for the family of Dr. Kent Brantly the experience was much closer to home. KTAB's Kimberly Sears spoke with his nephew about the miraculous recovery of his uncle.
Bob Bartlett Celebrates 35 Years with KTAB News
Back to school season is just around the corner. Preparing your students for the new year takes more than just buying supplies and new clothes. School districts require students to be vaccinated for certain illnesses.
TSTC EMT students ended their semester with a mock 'mass casualty incident'.
Jared Mosley, who recently completed his 10th year as the director of athletics at Abilene Christian University, announced Friday that he is resigning to become the CEO and president of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
Should students be expected to pitch in for the cost of college? Should parents be expected to pay for part or all?
Students could be packing some health risks with them as they return back to the classroom.
The Abilene Police Department has been hot on the trail of two different groups creating counterfeit money here in the Key City. Big Businesses and locals have fallen victim to the fake money in circulation, eating the cost of those losses. Now only one suspect remains after police arrested three others.
Two months later, the hail damage is still a big problem in the Key City. Many residents are still waiting for roofers to come and repair damage to their homes. Then there are others who just can't afford to have their issues fixed. Some members of the community have come up with a solution.
Making Financially Good Decisions for Collge Students
A "home" on the South side of Abilene is passed by thousands each day, but many of them do not realize how it impacts what comes out of their faucets.
In June the government put out new recommendations telling Americans to eat more fish because of the health benefits. However, a new article from Consumer Reports says pregnant women should avoid one of the most popular types of fish.
The food bank of west central Texas in Abilene is busy this time of year, especially with children getting ready to head back to school. At the food bank, fresh produce is just as important as canned goods.
Are you excited for cooler weather, holiday decor, and all things fall? Or are you enjoying summertime still?
Sidewalks, tornado sirens, and an animal hospital were all apart of the discussion, as the committee listened to different pitches including everything from updating the civic center to finding more ways the zoo could rake in more money.
Returning students, faculty and staff can mean a lot for local retailers, and, in Brownwood, Howard Payne University students have a big impact.
The City of Cisco says they are growing fast as new businesses continue to pop up.
The Old Main Building on McMurry's Campus Opens its Doors after three and a half years of renovation.
Higher education student spending accounts for over sixty million dollars for the Abilene economy each year.
A new study is linking heart deaths to a common antibiotic.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli shares the story of a child or siblings in foster care here in the Abilene area.
As new students arrive on campus, upperclassmen prepare for the welcoming.
Law officials from Scurry County conducted an active drill to prepare themselves in case of a school shooting.