BigCountryHompage.com will have exclusive coverage from a monumental WWII tribute in Washington DC for the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli was live in Clyde, Texas to assess the damage sustained during severe storms on May 6, 2015.
The legitimacy of clothing boxes in Abilene are brought to questioning.
For the first time in 4 years, a rabies case has hit the town of Sweetwater. A skunk tested positive with the rabies virus when it was taken in for tests, after it was shot by a resident in a neighborhood around a Sweetwater school.
One local Abilene woman is keeping the art of quilting alive by spreading it throughout communities.
Business is booming in the Big Country, especially right here in Abilene. Within the last five years, several business owners have chosen to open shop here in the Key City.
Eating fast food doesn't necessarily have to be bad for you. Find out how you can indulge guilt- free.
The Big Country is starting to turn green as far as the eye can see, but why? Recent rains are finally starting to impact local soils.
The Family of A Man Shot Dead In Snyder Is Speaking Out After Their Loved One's Trial
How to step up your fitness game outside the office...
Child abuse has become such a pervasive issue in the Abilene community that Abilene Chief of Police Stan Standridge is calling on the public to help combat the issue.
We have had a lot of rain lately but does that mean the drought is finally over?
The Escamilla family says that after receiving a mysterious note in their mailbox, someone took the lives of their beloved four legged family members.
The Make-A-Wish foundation gave a group of children the opportunity of a lifetime at this weekend's airfest & airshow, one Big Country boy shares his story.
Victor Sotelo prepares for his big jump scheduled to take place on Sunday.
A simulated crash has given EMT students a taste of what it's like on the job.....
The sound of jackhammers are ringing though the Jones County Courthouse.
A middle school student was struck by a vehicle during the morning drop off.
Rioting, looting, accusations, allegations, are a few of the words that describe what's been seen lately in national news. People right here in the Big Country think the way to prevent such incidents starts with local communities educating their children.
Friday afternoon at Abilene High School, the United We Dance: Dancing Under the Stars prom was held for special education students.
Over 10,000 feet in the air, Dyess We Care team member Gordon Storey got a taste of what's like to fly
Some big country future professionals got a sneak peak into the work world of a lawyer today. Sixth graders at Merkel Middle School took a tour around the Taylor County Courthouse for Law Day.
Police say a suspect showed a weapon and stole from a safe from a Mexican restaurant with employees inside.
KRBC has a live report from the Windy City where NFL Correspondent Scott Leber says there's a lot of buzz going around about the draft.
They may not be catching bad guys, but they are helping the officers who put them away.
The 2015 Big Country Airfest and Airshow is right around the corner. The Thunderbirds are getting their jets ready, and the airmen and airwomen of Dyess are prepared to welcome guests from all over.
Camp Barkeley veterans express their gratitude for preserving a piece of history.
Many think the Key City is full of dangerous drivers. KTAB'S Ashley Gooden explored whether there's any truth behind the common perception.
Many people respect and admire the elderly but some are looking to cash in on them.This year alone, these scams have resulted in almost a $300,000 loss.
A 93-year-old north Abilene woman says her passion for gardening has kept her youthful.
As more knowledge is learned about various diets, substitutions are being made in homes and public restaurants.
Voters in Coleman County are torn between two ideas. One, voting for the hospital bond, and the other against.
Rodney Holder's life and legacy were remembered during a ceremony outside the Abilene Law Enforcement Center.
We're breaking down each proposed project until bond day on May 9th.
Members of the Citizens Police Academy take part in Bomb Squad training.
Flyers featuring scantly clad women have been cropping up across the Key City and the advertisements are drawing mixed reactions.
The Big Country Athletic Hall Fame inducts seven new members ranging from coaches to players.
A new treatment is helping people with a common skin condition feel better than ever.
The Citizen's Police Academy had an explosive Tuesday evening. KTAB'S Victor Sotelo reports from the training demonstration.
Many locals are standing firm on their opinions over whether or not they want the bond to pass.
Baby monitors and webcams may not be as private as you think. Find out how you should protect your home from the inside.
The recent showers have helped to dampen the ground which helps to ward off grass fires. According to the Texas A&M Forest Service in Merkel, this time last year crews were much busier fighting fires.
Ongoing drought conditions are causing farmers to struggle with their trade in the Big Country and across other affected areas in the United States
For one Abilene business owner, the news of the Nepal earthquake hits close to home. Dante's Pizza owner is from Nepal and was just back home two weeks ago.
Recent storms help restore Lake Stamford lake levels.
How using this Apple each day could keep the doctor away....
Many kids in Abilene beat the heat by cooling off at the Nelson Splash Pad Saturday afternoon.Residents from as far as San Angelo came to Abilene to enjoy the entertainment the splash pads have to offer.
There were 32 reports of hail larger than one inch, and two reports of softball sized hail in Lueders and Comanche County. Flooding also occurred.
There are more than 2.5 million post 9/11 veterans, and over the next five years more than one million more of those veterans will transition out of the military. One man from the Big Country found a unique way to help those veterans
A downtown Abilene business has been thriving for close to 65 years.....