An intruder gets into one Abilene home and then climbs on the roof of another. What police say was going on.....
Two people didn't make it out of their home, but one neighbor was able to save a family in the home next door.
Robert Hanna comes from Denison and was appointed as Abilene City Manager early Friday morning.
Keeping yourself in shape while spending time with the kids at the same time...
An Abilene woman opens her heart and her home each week. Find out what for...
Many parents are concerned after a CHS fight gets a great deal of social media attention.
Scammers are becoming more aggressive and Abilene Police have some advice. KTAB's Victor Sotelo is tracking the story
How some new medications are not working as well as they could be. Find out what some doctors have to say...
One Clyde man's fight against colon cancer is getting nationwide attention.
A power outage in South Abilene left businesses and homes without electricity on Wednesday, forcing many employees at the Mall of Abilene and surrounding areas to evacuate.
In Texas, children who miss a certain number of school days can be sent to truancy court, where they could face a Class C misdemeanor punishable by up to $500.
Residents who live here call it one of the most desirable areas in town, but with a new proposed apartment complex in the works at the Bella Vista Estates, many are concerned that the area won't be as desirable.
Taylor County Commissioners approved facility improvements to be made at the Taylor County Expo Center.
How effective are commercial weight loss programs?
Several around the Abilene community have pointed out how influential one local pastor is.
The Easter holiday is upon us and many are celebrating in their own ways. One South Carolina man decided to show his faith by reenacting the crucifixion by "hanging" from a cross in front of a church.
Showtime at the Apollo comes to Abilene for the first time.
People are purchasing chemicals for use in houses, homes, and gardens. However, there are several safety precautions that you should be aware of.
Drivers faced off against each other in hopes of claiming part of the prize pool.
A special training program going on right here in Abilene was designed to help the deaf and hard-of-hearing become truck drivers.
It's a tall task filling five thousand Easter eggs for a hunt that benefits children in Abilene. Find out who is behind the project.
A high tech supercomputer company is locating it's headquarters and a production line in Eastland.
Customers were paying it forward at Firehouse Subs Thursday and Friday as people were in the giving mood going into the Easter weekend.
A Snyder woman digs up what she calls an Easter blessing in disguise.
The victim of a purse snatching incident thanks the quick actions of those around her for helping catch the attackers.
One man's efforts to help his neighbor turned into something much more.
Police are investigating a suspicious death in south Abilene which may be tied to a shooting in north Abilene.....
Just a few minutes of walking each day can go a long way...
A potential shooting was averted in Breckenridge when police officers intervened, after a student threatened to take a gun to school to stop bullies that have been harassing him.
Some say nothing short of a miracle will fill our lakes once again. Others are holding out for history to repeat in the form of a flood.
Working out and staying in shape is easier than you think with Hendrick's active living senior class.
Student teacher relationships continue to be a problem in the Lone Star State
Police need help locating the men caught on camera while robbing a local convenience store.
How diet and exercise is impacting pain levels for those suffering from Rheumatoid arthritis...
Women are worlds away from where they were decades ago. Demonstrating power and strong leadership at home and in their communities. Tuesday, First Lady of Texas, Cecilia Abbott spoke at a luncheon designed to empower local women.
"Challenge coins" are helping to improve physical fitness in the Abilene Police Department.....
Locals are on edge in Colorado City after their quiet neighborhood turned into the scene of a homicide investigation Thursday morning.
Fishing season is almost here, but the recent drought has caused many local fishing spots to drop off the map. Locals aren't letting low lake levels get in their way.
How new data on breast cancer is helping doctors treat patients...
According to the Abilene Police Department, two victims were assaulted in their home early Saturday morning.
A Snyder family says the smallest tip could be a big help in finding their loved one.
A cancer survivor is cooking up support for Hendrick's Cancer Center.
Russell Reynolds and the seven others that were afflicted by the Comanche firework explosion on July 3rd of last year are honored by the ISD.
How a woman started a chain reaction of giving that saved lives...
Ranger High School Seniors are standing together in an effort to stop bullying among students with an assembly.
One Coleman local lends a helping hand to people in need whether it's family or complete strangers.
The couple allegedly moved to Abilene from Alabama to sell their unborn child for $15,000.
Council members approved the 30 year contract with the Brazos River Authority to get raw water from Possum Kingdom.
The victim's mother has spent the last two days sitting at her daughter's bedside after the 17 year old attempted to take her life over comments on the social media site "Burn Book."
In a few weeks, residents will be casting their ballots on what bond projects they would like to see passed, but people who live near a growing school district will likely see their tax dollars double.