Bob Bartlett speaks to Grant Zeller about the mission of The Feed Store.
The people of Brownwood are happy to hear a recently rare sound today in and around the city. It's the sound of rainfall and it began last night around 9:45 and continued until around four o'clock this afternoon.
Have recent rains had an impact on the Texas drought? KRBC's Meteorologist Haley Clawson spoke with the National Weather Service to find out.
Taylor Bowman, 17, of Ballinger, was killed in a one vehicle accident in Runnels County. Locals remember the teen for her passion for life and competitive spirit.
Brittany Pelletz speaks with Diane Nail from the Albany Chamber of Commerce.
Dayne Marae talks fashion with the ladies from Trends by Twins.
Dayne Marae chows down on some brisket made by Jacob Cleveland from Albany True Value Hardware.
Dayne Marae talks about all of the available health amenities with representatives from the Resource Care Community Health Center.
Dayne Marae talks insurance with Ramby Anderson from King and Robertson Insurance.
Dayne Marae speaks to Juan Gandara from Los Cazadores Mexican Grill in Albany.
Church gardens are a way to help out the community and go green at the same time. In terms of an engine, one local church in Abilene is moving at warp speed.
Matthew Torres tells the story of a timeless Ballinger historian known as "Bob-O".
Abilene is stepping up to take part in helping during a national crisis.
Next week begins "Zero Tolerance" week and property owners may face fines from the City of Abilene if their grass exceeds a foot tall.
Bob Bartlett speaks to the Mayor of Ballinger Sam Mallory.
Jones County Possibly Housing Illegal Immigrants
Brittany Pelletz speaks to Dee Dee Peterson from the Ballinger Chamber of Commerce.
Matthew Torres takes a look into how the boom in the oil and gas market has caused growth in the city of Ballinger.
Matthew Torres eats ice cream with Sam Sanchez from Shoppin' Baskit.
Matthew Torres speaks to Greg Schwertner from the First National Bank in Ballinger.
Matthew Torres Speaks to Phil King from Beefmaster Steakhouse.
In Sweetwater there is a company called Ludlum Measurements. The company doesn't just serve Sweetwater and the surrounding area. It serves many parts of the country and even places overseas.
The Texas Sentinel Foundation has chosen Michael Burns and his family to be recipients of a brand new home.
The Brown County Sheriff's Office recently completed their annual budget proposal coming to the conclusion that $4.3 million dollars is required to run the Sheriff's Office from October of 2014 to September of 2015. Once again, there has been a request for a much deserved pay raise for the officers of the jail.
APD Chief Standridge explains that Abilene is a drug conduit for drugs from Mexico, as well as reveals part of the reason for an increase in car burglaries.
Brittany Pelletz and Bob Bartlett speak to Sweetwater's new mayor Jim Mckenzie.
Kimberly Sears visits the National Wasp WWII Museum.
Matthew Torres speaks with Betty Carter from Dark Horse Roller Derby.
KTAB Reporter Kimberly Sears takes us through the history of Sweetwater, TX.
Grocers and Customers around town tell us what they look for in retailers.
Brittany Pelletz speaks with Leah Andrews about the Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce.
Sam Nichols is near the archery tent with Ted Bayse of TJB Outdoors.
TJB Outdoors has everything you need when it comes to hunting and they're not afraid to make you feel right at home.
Matthew Torres speaks to Pete Porter from Sears Hometown Store in Sweetwater, TX.
Rent-A-Center, known mainly for renting furniture and electronics, is launching a smartphone rental program. Would you ever rent a phone?
Fire Chief Del Albright tells KTAB News about their new, much needed fire house.
The only way to get your employees to smile like this, is to be a great boss, like Ben Kennedy.
Owners and management have recently started a three million dollar renovation to the theater in hopes to help regain it's popularity back and become a great venue for performers of all kinds.
The Abilene Police Department has been busy lately, and most recently, police are responding to several calls outside of Taylor County.
The store has plans to build in a field near the intersection of Oldham Lane and Loop 322. People say that area is already a hectic spot and they are concerned with the traffic situation.
Matthew Torres speaks to Jimmy Towbridge, a man who has lived a life of service for his community in Brownwood.
The Brownwood Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Ray Tipton is joining us to talk about what the great city of Brownwood has going on right now and what they are planning for the future.
Matthew Torres chows down on Humphrey Pete's cuisine.
Matthew Torres speaks to Matt Holman about Easy Homes in Brownwood, TX.
The retailer submitted a proposal for a new store at Loop 322 and Oldham Lane.
So far this year, sixteen children have died across the nation, after being locked in hot cars. Though no deaths have occurred in Abilene, so far, police have responded to 14 reports of children accidentally locked in cars.
If there's anything about being in Brownwood, it's that small town atmosphere. And who better to tell us about creating a cozy environment in your home is Barbara Huser from Texas Custom Interiors.
An Abilene native stepped up to support two local families dealing with illness.
An Abilene man is at the Taylor County Jail after he reportedly admitted to stabbing his roommate at a drug and rehab center.
Hot Abilene Nights hosted its 2nd annual event at Big Country Race Way.