It today's fast paced world, it's hard to fit in the recommended amount of sleep. However, the consequences of not doing so can be severe.
A South Abilene woman was sitting on her bed when she heard her window shatter and felt pieces of glass fly by her face. She then realized a bullet was shot into her bedroom window.
An ACU student finds time between the books to volunteer to help those in need.
A treatment offered in central Texas is giving hope for the millions of women facing hair loss.
Abilene Christian University selects Lee De Leon to become the schools 8th athletic director.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of extremist group ISIS, called on his supporters to “erupt volcanoes of jihad” in an apparent new audio message released Thursday.
For many veterans, coming home doesn't mean their war is over. For some, a new battle has just begun.
As the temperature continues to decrease, sales continue to increase for some businesses.
a new program will be added to the Texas State Technical College for those looking to get into the emergency medical profession.
The coldest temperatures of the season thus far have presented themselves and for some businesses that's good news.
Customers flock to coffee shops and jacket stores as temperatures drop.
The hospital that treated the only Ebola patient to die in the United States will pay his relatives an undisclosed sum and create a charitable foundation in his name, the family's attorney said Wednesday.
An Abilene man was scammed out of nearly $60,000 after hiring a contractor he found on Craigslist.
A Brownwood Veteran's Day celebration honored those who's service protects our freedom.
Seniors at Eula High School coordinated and hosted the annual event that brings together members of the community to honor and remember those who have served.
Despite the importance of following doctor's prescriptions, many Americans don't use drugs as directed.
First Cold Blast Of The Season
Injured soldiers and their families find comfort and healing in an organization designed to serve their needs.
Currently grades 9-12 have a drug testing policy implemented for students involved in extracurricular activities. People came forward hoping to see this expand to the Junior High.
The Abilene Chamber of Commerce will honor local businesses who have served Abilene for several decades.
Women of the Abilene Philharmonic Guild got a tour of Dyess Air Force Base after a luncheon and concert on Monday.
Popular new laundry detergent pods may be a cause for concern when it comes to child safety.
Coca-Cola and the City of Abilene have been providing a service for the last three years that helps residents conserve water in a resourceful way.
The Mrs. Magic Mirror campaign left few dry eyes at the Mall of Abilene as it told women that they are enough.
Hundreds gathered Sunday afternoon in downtown Abilene to show their support for the men and women who serve our country.
It was a birthday celebration of innovative technology for the Abilene Christian University Maker Lab, and now the creative minds behind the projects are wanting to make the unimaginable a reality. KRBC's Isaac Ramirez talked to the lab director about a possible expansion and how much money could help educate more students.
A false positive can be a frightening experience for any woman getting a mammogram, now new technology hopes to reduce the error.
Tickets for the opening round of the 2014 state high school football playoffs will go on sale Tuesday at One AISD Center, 241 Pine Street.
North Texas is hours away from officially being declared Ebola-free, capping 38 days of monitoring touched off when the nation's first patient was diagnosed in Dallas with the deadly virus.
Small businesses or expansions are a positive sign for our local economy, and business is usually welcomed in Abilene, but some local residents are against a new gym.
Rather than save up for candy or toys, one Abilene girl donates her allowance to a good cause.
A woman in Early finds out how easy it is to become a victim of debit card fraud.
Some people believe the earthquakes are just nature's hand at work, as there are a few faults within the Callahan Divide. Others firmly state that the quakes are caused by the hand of oil companies pumping both natural gas and water out of the ground.
Voters in Coleman County gave approval to two alcohol propositions. Now other areas of the Big Country are hoping for the same thing.
While many in Texas, including here in the Big Country, are enjoying the benefits from the oil boom, not everyone is happy.
Researchers release the names of booster seat brands to avoid, as well as those found to be the safest.
A Texas staple that happens to reach its peak growth during the fall season is peppers.
KTAB's Bob Bartlett and Sam Nichols open up about the importance of honoring our military veterans.
KTAB's Sam Nichols went to San Antonio, where the Honored American Veterans Afield Organization held its 7th Annual Family Day.
Hispanics are targeted by both political parties in every election cycle, but studies show that latinos are not casting their ballots.
Recent rain has given drought stricken lakes much needed relief.
Those plagued with acne scarring are finding some relief in newly developed laser removal treatments.
Although voter turnout increased locally in Taylor County, the state of Texas is not seeing the same. Studies show Texas has one of the lowest numbers of voters amongst the nation.
Some Nolan County precincts were in short supply of ballots during Tuesday's election.
Republican Greg Abbott has been elected the first new Texas governor in 14 years in a decisive victory over Democrat Wendy Davis, whose national star power outshone her flickering candidacy.
Coleman County passes Proposition 1 and 2, allowing the sale of alcohol throughout the entire county.
As votes were tallied, the Republican Party watched on here in the Key City.
Voting has ended and those within the Jim Ned Consolidated School District have decided to renovate their schools. Last year the citizens rejected a proposal to consolidate both elementary schools into one building at the cost of 20 million dollars. This year they passed a bond to renovate both of Lawn and Jim Ned for $14,000,000.
Fisher County will receive a new jail that will cost 6.7 million dollars.
Poor sleep patterns might have long term consequences.