The commander of Airbase Volkel in the Netherlands returned to Sheppard Air Force Base Monday for an award. Colonel Peter Tankink was part of Sheppard's Euro-Nato Joint Jet Pilot Training Program, also know as ENJJPT in 1998.
Local Iraq veteran wants the community to know the real effects that PTSD has on so many people.
Students and staff alike are excited about the new faculty at Howard Payne University.
Military Veteran Peer Network in Abilene connects veterans with resources to help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Baird looking to Modernize Animal Control Ordinance to make sure they are still in compliance with Texas animal laws.
The weather starting to cool off around the Big Country reminds us that the cold and flu season is just around the corner. Here are some tips to keep yourself healthy this fall and winter.
Does it bother you to see tattoos on employees when you're at the store, a restaurant, etc?
One Local Couple Helps A Country in Africa with Water Safety
The wife of Jeffrey Johnson, the 33-year-old father and veteran killed during an officer-involved shooting last Friday, says he was dealing with post traumatic stress disorder.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
One Couple From Nolan County Celebrates Their 70th Anniversary
The community of Sweetwater united with the Make a Wish Foundation to put on a parade for a terminally ill six-year-old child.
The world of rodeo can be a dangerous sport, and no one sees the brunt of it better than Justin Sports Medicine.
Brownwood Regional Medical Center is making renovations to an old unit to provide Senior Behavioral Health Services.
Officers have followed a driver north on FM 600 to the Veterans Cemetery away from the Best Western after a stand off. One person is dead on the scene.
Businesses Hope to Revitalize South First Street
Researchers develop a new technique to correct a common heart defect in newborn infants that can save live.
Volunteers work around the clock to make sure the West Texas Fair and Rodeo runs smoothly. One of those volunteers has been at it for more than three decades.
Following last year's the explosion and disaster in the city of West, the Texas State Fire Marshal travels to Brownwood to educate Ammonium Nitrate safe practices.
Tom Perini's story was one that came straight from what he witnessed on Sept. 11, 2011.
Dyess Air Force Base Competes in Global Strike Challenge
A new biomarker test that can detect a heart attack.
In a day of remembrance, the community of Coleman county came together to honor those that go above and beyond the call of duty to protect others.
KRBC reporter Ariana Lubelli is in studio to share her memories of 9/11. She was born and raised in The Bronx, New York.
Do you remember what you were you doing 13 years ago today, when you first heard the tragic news?
Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Justin Gregory was awarded the Melvin Martin First Responder award for his heroic actions that saved the lives of two elderly people.
Two kindergarten classes at Abilene Christian schools were given a little help in learning their ABC's on Wednesday.
Organizers of the West Texas Fair & Rodeo say business has gone up since last year. Nevertheless, their main priority is promoting the agricultural industry.
There has been an increase in accidents along South Clack street recently, APD said.
Aggie Fries is a West Texas Fair and Rodeo tradition that is dedicated to raising funds for local future Aggies.
Lane Gibson Says He Is Concerned With Public Health Risks From Bed Bugs, He Believes Getting Rid of Bagged Invested Items Should Be a City Service.
Having children at home can be a major cause of stress. However, following these expert recommended stress relievers can help improve your life.
Coffee Club: Which fried fair food gets your mouth watering?
A popular Abilene BBQ restaurant that closed several years ago has made its second return to this year's West Texas Fair & Rodeo. Harold's BBQ brisket sandwiches are back and both servers and customers are pleased.
Recent Car Accidents On Elmdale Road Near The I-20 On-Ramp Have Many Drivers Concerned For Their Safety.
The Taylor County Commissioners Court is going forward with a plan that would require county employees to seek approval for overtime from the court.
The standardized dress code for AISD middle school students is being considered a success, now parents are questioning if the same dress code should be enforced for teachers.
The drought in West Texas is causing problems for cattle ranchers.
The Western Texas College in Snyder has voluntarily dropped its nursing program due to low passing grades.
Thyroid and liver of cancer rates are on the rise in children.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli is back from McAllen where she followed Global Samaritan Resources as they assisted with the ongoing border crisis.
New jobs are being created with the help of an upcoming Walmart in Breckenridge.
Veterans Affairs Office in Abilene say that many veterans say they have a hard time making appointment at outpatient clinic for many reasons.
Hodges Baptist Church reopens its sanctuary one year after an oil field truck crashed into the side of the structure.
The West Texas Fair and Rodeo every year rolls into town, and every year people flock to not only see the cowboys and cowgirls do their thing. They also come to the fair to ride the rides, try out the food, and most importantly hang out with family.
Five years after SSgt Michael C. Murphrey's death, the town of Clyde honored him Saturday morning.
Mike Viti is currently walking over 7,000 kilometers to memorialize every service member kiilled in action during the Global War on Terror.
Patriot Guard Riders say they want to honor and protect families of fallen heroes.
Nearly 10,000 Americans will die from melanoma this year. Now, the FDA has approved a new drug for patients with advanced melanoma.
The West Texas Fair and Rodeo is back in Abilene and if you ask anyone who frequents the fair, they'll tell you it means one thing...rain is on the way!