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.
The Albany football team is already in Arlington tonight, after an afternoon departure for the state championship game.
What's your number? No, not your phone number, your health numbers. We'll tell you which ones you need to know. Holly Firfer has more in today's Smart Woman report.
A fight breaks out at Abilene High and leads to a shooting down the street. We have the latest report on the investigation.
Five lucky drivers in Clyde got rewarded for following the rules of the road all thanks to Santa's helpers in uniform.
KTAB's Brittany Pelletz shares a life-changing announcement.
The Dean of the Holland Medical High School has been arrested for allegedly having sexual relations with a student.
The drought coupled with decreasing prices is causing concern for Texas cotton ginners.
We told her nephew that the news was interviewing children about what they wanted for Christmas. His response, "I want my aunt back." Little did the 9-year-old know that his one wish was standing behind him.
Hardin Simmons Professors stopped by the KRBC studios to talk about their award winning research on text messaging and student engagement
Want to keep your Christmas dinner from raising your blood sugar? We'll show you the trick to turn your holiday feast into a treat.
With the city of Abilene growing, the Abilene Metropolitan Planning Organization has been working on a plan to help the growth that comes with the public transit.
Bradley Stone, the man prosecutors say is responsible for killing his ex-wife and five of her family members and shooting one other before going on the run, has been found dead in the woods near his home, law enforcement sources tell NBC10.
The top four contestants sang their hearts out hoping to take the title of "The Voice."
An unlikely bunch on Santa's naughty list is working to make the jump onto the nice list by breaking records this holiday season.
A historic Brownwood building celebrates 100 years.
An Abilene couple got quite the surprise in their bedroom after a pick-up truck smashed into their home.
A flu forecaster predicts a bad week for some parts of Texas. If you hadn't heard of a flu forecaster before, you're not alone, but here are the results in today's Smart Woman report.
Claudia Lacy says she can accept anything: even that her youngest son committed suicide -- if it's proven and explained to her.
Dallas firefighters said they evacuated multiple buildings after a 5-alarm fire broke out at a warehouse near Fair Park early Monday morning.
It was a good weekend for drivers to fill up. Cheap gas spread across the nation faster than holiday cheer.
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.
KRBC is a proud partner of the "Light Up A Life" campaign that allows Hendrick Hospice Care to provide services to everyone, despite their ability to pay.
Sometimes our busy schedules mean that exercise takes a back seat. But working out is one of the best gifts we can give ourselves. Holly Firfer has more in today's Smart Woman report.
A daughters story about her father in Hospice Care.
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.
A recently released CIA cable casts heavy doubt on a key claim used by the Bush administration to justify the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
This Congress is going out just the way it began: in complete disarray.
13 years of restoration finally comes to an end for one historic Brownwood building.
We'll tell you how it went and a little about some who donated.
New guidelines have been released on how treat ringing in the ears. Kris Van Cleave has today's Smart Woman report.
The state of Texas has closed 14 charter schools. Premier High of Abilene surpasses state standards.
Singing or teaching your child music can give them health benefits.That is in today's Smart Woman report.
A Bangs native musician returns to play a concert in his hometown.
The most recent case was at Outback Steakhouse. The person used two fake one hundred dollar bills to pay for their meal.
The Big Country Marine Corps were out and about doing some Christmas shopping.
A suspect is in custody on felony charges after leading Abilene police on a foot chase.
We'll show you what should be in your shopping cart according to your age.
More than 50 people were attendance at the North Abilene community meeting. They spoke out voicing complaints about illegal dumping, street maintenance, pot holes, crime and other areas of concern.
An Abilene home invasion results in the loss of over ten years of a woman's life savings.
There is a new way to reverse the clock by erasing the sun damage to the neck and chest area with a non-surgical procedure. Meg Farris has today's Smart Woman report.
Many of the grocery stores in the area team up with The Food Bank of West Central Texas to provide nearly a million pounds of food a year to assist those in need.
Today marks the 73rd anniversary of when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, which led the United States into the midst of World War II. Many locals took today to remember the lives lost on American soil.
KTAB investigates what goes on behind the doors of a Grand Jury.
You might see more bicycles on the streets in Abilene.
The Bangs Elementary School decks their halls with more than boughs of holly.
KRBC's Haley Clawson visited A-Town Cleaners to find out how Jackets for Joy has done so far this month.