Deputies in Brown County are following a national trend in adopting the use of body cameras.
Abilene police may be getting closer to catching the culprits of a string of storage break-ins.
During the last winter blast the city of Abilene was hit pretty hard, which meant the street services department was busy. According to the program administrator of the street services, they were especially busy because they are down on staff.
After three days on the run, Abilene Police arrest the man suspected of shooting his wife in the chest.
A weekend long man-hunt ended Monday with a shooter behind bars. The suspect was taken into custody on the 300 block of College Drive, that's the same location where shots were fired on Friday.
Praying for rain may soon be a thing of the past. The Big Country is finally seeing the rain they've been praying for.
A fund raiser was held Saturday in Brownwood at Riverside Park in efforts to raise money for children of fallen soldiers.
Police were called to the scene after hearing a woman had been shot in the chest.
A suspect accused of firing multiple shots in a north Abilene neighborhood is still at large. A neighbor describes waking up to police wanting to search her home.
Soon Raw milk fans may not have to travel far to find their favorite products...
A local woman received a call from a 8-6-6 area code, the stranger said they were a representative from AT&T and that if she was willing to take a short survey, she would receive 20 dollars off her next bill.
How you can workout and go to a movie theater at the same time
Quintin refused to hand over the phone and the officer began threatening to arrest him. Captured in the cell phone video, the officer says, "You'll give it to me or I'll arrest you too."
How pet therapy works and the proof to back it up.
An Abilene family is trying to save the life of their child by seeking the aid of a stranger. Before her first birthday, Lyla Santos was put on the emergency heart transplant list.
Three people were taken into custody after a high speed chase through Taylor and Jones counties Tuesday, all while four children were inside the car.
Potholes have been plaguing Abilene for years, but the winter weather has only made matters worse, causing a thousand more holes a month.
"Gluten free" seems to be a buzz word in food circles, but is it bad for everyone?
Why do many of those accidents happen on bridges and overpasses.....
On this day 179 years ago Texas claimed its independence from Mexico. 60 delegates from the Lone Star State gathered to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2, 1836.
Two of America's largest carrier services are refusing to ship "Ghost Gunners", a machine that can produce parts to make guns at home.
You could earn a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge suspects in a recent debit card abuse case.
Abilene Police have identified the most dangerous intersections in Abilene. Police say the five major areas they consider dangerous are areas where they continue to see a high volume of traffic.
An Abilene man has been arrested after he broke into a person's home and assaulted them with a crowbar.
Texas drivers can expect to see some changes in 2015.
Some businesses stay closed due to weather, but others experienced a busy day.
Find out what police have seized from former AISD superintendent Dr. Heath Burns.....
A 43-year-old Clyde oilfield worker is in custody after shooting a man over an argument about his salary.
Earlier this week 911 went down for nearly two hours in San Angelo. KTAB headed downtown to see what Abilene has in place to prevent a 911 outage from happening here.
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Even slick driving conditions can't keep an Abilene volunteer away from helping out an Abilene non-profit.
Car damage from sliding on icy roads can't be prevented, but there are some cold weather damages that can.
North Abilene residents are coming forward saying their pets are being stolen from their yards and their fences are "tagged" with spray-paint, markers or ribbon.
Winter has returned in a big way this week. The snow and ice has hurt some local businesses but helped others.
City Council members voted to hold a May bond election. The election will take place on May 9th.
At Revive Healthcare Resort it's all about the hospitality not hospital living.
Find out how eating too healthy could be unhealthy...
Sexual assaults are on the rise in Abilene, so a local hospital is add more nurses to their team to combat the growing issue.
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Many people in downtown say they have seen new city parking officers enforcing time limits and handing out citations.
How to shed off the stress of pregnancy for moms to be...
It's sort of like Christmas as you buy groceries...
While many parents are inconvenienced by having to take two days off of work to stay home with the kids, it's fair to say most children didn't seem to mind.
Many small towns in Texas have grown over the years, but some have diminished to nothing more than a name.
Abilene police responded to more than 60 wrecks from midnight last night to five o'clock this afternoon. Treacherous driving conditions are expected again in the morning.
Watch Randy learn to play the fiddle for his 2015 resolution.
TXDot crews never take a snow day. They're always out making sure our roads are safe but working in these hazardous conditions can be scary.
Many people choose to stay inside today, but some didn't have the option and had to take the risk of driving on the slick roads.
Crimestoppers is offering a cash reward for information that helps solve a recent credit card abuse case. The case was featured a few weeks ago, but KTAB has new video now that could help find the suspect.
Grocery shopping is not a favorable task for most, but it's essential. And when you have a family to feed, it can get pricey. Here are some KTAB viewer's tips on how to save money without skimping out on nutrition.