A group of Abilene men donate their time and talent to helping the handicapped.
After their coach was diagnosed with breast cancer, the Mullin High School volleyball team finds ways to support the woman who helped inspired them to a winning season.
This week on KRBC's "Do My Job," morning meteorologist Adrian Castellano suited up to be a firefighter.
Doctors say a small seed delivers big nutritional value.
Firefighters are combating a massive fire at the Days Inn in Colorado City.
With the recent oil boom in West Texas, counties are looking for a solution to deal with infrastructure problems.
Residents of Coleman say they are used to seeing high electric bills but they have seen costs increase exponentially within the last few months.
The Abilene Bond Advisory Committee listened to proposals from local organizations who want funding for potential future projects.
An Abilene woman came home after a weekend away to find a note on her front door from fire investigators. The note stated that an intentional fire was set on the south side of her home.
A 20 year old Sweetwater man has exceeded doctors expectations of the length of his life.
Today is International Walk to School Day and one New Jersey elementary school finds that the change of pace promotes healthy living later in life.
The city of Brownwood gets ready to host the first Battle of 377 in three years.
Dozens gathered at the Mall of Abilene parking lot on Monday to attend the 2014 National Night Out.
Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry visits Abilene to educate voters on new procedures.
Living a healthy lifestyle can help lead to a healthy love life.
A local church visited Africa this past summer for a medical mission trip, and Ebola was not a concern.
The City of Ballinger approved on Monday to reinstate the position of a local officer fired for allegedly making racist remarks.
Neighbors are questioning the cause of a house fire that occurred on the 100 block of Prairie Star Road this past Saturday.
The Brownwood Police Department says many drivers are unaware they're making dangerous illegal maneuvers on a daily basis.
A New Jersey boy dies in his sleep from enterovirus-68. What you can do to keep your children safe.
Abilene Police are needing the community's assistance in arresting and charging suspects in a recent debit card abuse case. The right information could get someone a cash reward this week.
The Stop the Violence movement was held today on, October 4, at Play Faire Park.
The city of Abilene and the Abilene Chapter of the National Federation for the Blind held an event, White Cane Day, at South First and Butternut to show off the new crosswalks.
A family whose home burned back in March is hoping for a construction permit to rebuild their lives.
Downtown Abilene now has new accessible pedestrian signals at the Butternut and Elm intersection.
A familiar sight along Abilene's railroad tracks will soon start to disappear once a thorough plan is in place.
It can be hard to muster up the motivation to start any new exercise routine, but following these expert recommendations can make it easier.
The City of Abilene installed a new crosswalks that will be helpful for the visually impaired.
After a traffic incident that left a Cooper High student dead, many residents in that neighborhood are wondering when they will see sidewalks or bike lanes.
Members of the Howard Payne University come together to commemorate the memories of former members who lost their lives.
One Abilene woman helps to raise thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations. She just wrapped up a huge project with the Children's Miracle Network benefiting Hendrick Medical Center, but there's no slowing her down. She's on the the next big thing.
This week on "Do My Job," KRBC Meteorologist Adrian Castellano traveled to Phoenix Collision Body Shop in Abilene.
While most of us do everything we can to avoid germs and bacteria, we take a look at why adding some bacteria can be beneficial.
The Chili's restaurant in Brownwood is dedicating part of its October 2 proceeds to a child in need of expensive heart surgery.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed the first case of the Ebola virus in the United States.
The deadly Ebola Disease has made its way to Texas. We asked a local Infectious Disease Physician whether Big County residents should be concerned.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli reports from Comanche county, where the capital murder trial of Michael Lowery is taking place.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but are you aware of the best practices to avoid the disease? We find out the answers.
Family and friends gathered to honor the memory of Nathan Joseph Fife, the 15-year-old Cooper student who was struck by a car while riding a bicycle on the way to school.
Family and friends of the 15-year-old Cooper High School student killed in an accident last week said their final goodbyes.
A third dog has been shot in the Big Country.
It's day one in the murder trial of Amber Lowery and new information has been shared through witness testimonies.
If you're the parent of a student athlete, you know the excitement of watching your child compete, but with competition comes the possibilities of injuries. What's the best way to approach your teen's school when it comes to your adolescent's safety?
According to a driver in the incident, a truck and his vehicle were bumper to bumper for about eight blocks.
A local town is turning the color purple for a good cause.
Teen pregnancies have been decreasing over the past few decades. Experts hope to continue that trend with newly released recommendations.
Whether you like your coffee hot or cold, sweet or strong, it's a popular pick-me-up that is sure to please. Corporate companies like Starbucks or Dunkin' Donuts are always good for a quick grab-and go, but customers often prefer the inviting environment and community feel local coffee shops provide.
Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police solve a recent commercial burglary case.
The Abilene Zoo will be closing the giraffe exhibit but only temporarily, due to renovations.
The City of Abilene hosted its first duathlon which involved a 2 mile run, 12 mile bike ride, and ended with a 2 mile run.