Every year, the people of the Big Country donate toys and join in on the season of giving. One toy helps to make Christmas that much better for hundred of children who away from their families.
KRBC News and the Food Bank of West Central Texas have raised together more than 125,000 meal through the Share Your Christmas. Many people who donated were able to donate with out much of a second thought, but for others they put strangers before themselves.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of Desiree Mendoza through 12/18/13.
An elderly man in Snyder died from an apartment fire early Tuesday morning.
Four high school students are in town to tour Hardin-Simmons University's International Astronomical Search Collaboration.
The owners of the Texas Theater in Dallas are paying for a new, corrected version of the historical marker at the front door.
People all across the state tried their luck tonight at a chance to win the second largest Mega Million jackpot in the last year-and-a-half. Never has a Texan won the Mega Million jackpot, but it could happen tonight.
Icy Conditions Cause Damage To TxDOT Equipment And Work Schedules.
A local South African is remembering the man that changed the face of her country.
Connally and Johnnie Tibbs were married nearly 70 years and passed away within hours of each other after they led a life full of love and laughter.
A team of workers is hurrying to get ready for this year's Feast of Sharing.
Coffee Club: What is your biggest pet peeve when traveling in an airplane?
Plumbing service companies received a high number of calls from people needing their water lines fixed over the weekend.
During our icy stint last week, a lot of businesses either closed early or didn't open up at all. It kept employees off the dangerous roads, but affected their pay. Now, with Christmas right around the corner, employees in the hourly boat are attempting to make up for the money they would've earned.
The Food Bank Of West Central Texas Has Helped Create "The Backpack Program" and "Kids Cafe" To Feed Hungry Children.
After we aired our story, a Scholtzky''s Deli in Abilene ended up catching the attention of the nation, with the story appearing all across the county. KTAB went to Schlotzky's grand reopening to follow up on the story.
Drivers in Abilene met with slick roads Monday morning after Sunday's thaw, causing a few traffic accident.
Coffee Club: We're talking dream vacations!
An arctic cold front moved through the Big Country early Monday morning, bringing temperatures back down to below freezing.
The 4th Annual Tour of Trees is helping people at the Chatfield Assisted Living in Brownwood get into the Christmas spirit.
Abilene Police is looking for information that can help solve a convenience store robbery that happened early Thursday morning.
A Tye Local Walks To Abilene Every Morning For The Services Love and Ministry Provide To The Homeless
Updated Road Conditions from around Abilene and the Big Country can be found at BCH.com
While some chose to stay inside today in order to avoid the nasty roads, a few more than expected, decided to do exactly the opposite. So why'd people in Abilene choose to brave the icy roads?
Many parts of the Big Country shut down due to the weather conditions, but some places braved the cold and ice to stay open.
The weather has definitely delayed or canceled events, but it didn't hurt the Spirit of Christmas Light Parade in downtown Brownwood.
The ACU Roller Hockey Team says these icy conditions are perfect to slide the puck around on...
Coffee Club: Are you changing your weekend plans because of the winter weather?
The roads are covered with ice, and so is your car, if its parked outside and not in a car port, but instead of turning to Google for de-icing tips, here are the DOs and DON'Ts that will come in hand tomorrow morning.
Abilene ISD and Wylie ISD have both decided to close schools for Friday, December 6.
With freezing weather upon us, there are a few steps that can save a lot of money and headaches when it comes to protecting your home.
Coffee Club: We all know about smart phones, but what about a "smart bra"?
Much of the Big Country will be either under a winter storm warning by noon Thursday, with the rest under a winter weather advisory.
This time of year most of us look forward to treats, and staying cozy at holiday gatherings. But medical professionals say it's especially important to stay active--even if it means braving the cold weather.
Preparation for a cold front involves taking care of a number of things, including your pets. Local veterinarians say there are things you can do to make sure your pets aren't miserable these next couple of days.
Christmas always brings lots of lights, and downtown Brownwood will be lit up as floats drive through the streets tomorrow night.
The residents came out today to practice for their big concert tomorrow at the Paramount Theater, downtown. While the residents love being involved others at DRI say it's simply beautiful.
Nelson Park was buzzing with children enjoying the sunshine. Supermarkets were also busy today with people stocking up for the cold weather.
Cattle Baron Cafe was at the brink of shutting their doors at the beginning of the year when social media and the community came to the rescue.
Coffee Club: Chick-fil-A is changing up recipes for some its most popular menu items in hopes of offering healthier options.
Mostly sunny skies to start off Wednesday morning, becoming partially cloudy to mostly cloudy later in the afternoon.
50 HSU students pair up with 50 elementary school students for a Christmas Bash.
Tonight downtown Abilene was packed from street to street. Families came out to enjoy the night's lineup. And with that, came a night of spending. For downtown restaurant owners, it was music to their ears.
SNAP benefits were cut on November 1st, leaving many families struggling to fill the gap this week.
Morton Valley Water Supply customers were without running water most of Tuesday after the company made improvements and repairs on its main line.
Coffee Club: How do you manage phone calls, texting, kids, GPS, and chowing your lunch when you're behind the wheel?
Temperatures Tuesday will be unseasonably warm, reaching a high near 80 degrees.
For the second time in 6 years, Abilene High and Cooper High Schools are in different classifications. With Abilene High's football team moving up a conference number, some fans are questioning if this could be the end to the infamous rivalry game.
Abilene High School is moving up to 6A for the 2014 school year while Cooper High School will be 5A.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree for one newly sworn-in justice in Eastland.