Two third grade teachers express their excitement over the first day of school at Abilene Christian Schools.
Billy Cole III was killed in a two car accident as he was on the way from the DFW area to Abilene for the opening football practice. He is remembered for his zest for life, and work ethic on the field and in the classroom.
A breast cancer survivor opens up specialty store for women who have had a mastectomy.
It has been confirmed by DPS that McMurry football player Billy Cole III was killed Tuesday night in a Callahan County crash along I-20, just 3 miles East of Putnam.
Health professionals in Abilene want people suffering from serious depression to know help is available in the Key City.
Callahan County Citizens EMS Is In Need of Donations, Locals Want To Help Because Of The Endless Help That They Give.
Taylor County volunteer firefighters are facing a new and changing landscape, requiring them to have bigger, better equipment, and a place to house that equipment.
With local children heading back to school soon, drivers should be aware of school zone and cross walk rules.
We all know dental hygiene is extremely important, but sometimes our brushing habits could do more harm than good.
More Than Three Months Later and Cory Almanza Is Awake After A Horrific Car Wreck That Left Him In A Coma.
The Food and Drug Administration has been reviewing the safety and effectiveness of Antibacterial products containing the chemical triclosan and triclocarban.
Protesters showed up at the Jones County Courthouse to show their disapproval of the possibility of housing immigrants in the vacant detention center in Anson.
Abilene Crimestoppers of the Week, Theft
Lots of People Take Advantage of Tax Free Weekend
The city of Brownwood hosted for the second time a fundraiser on Friday benefiting the NRA Foundation.
Many locals hope Ely's Pit Stop BBQ will help the town bring in more people from the surrounding areas.
When looking at Lake Sweetwater it may look more like a pond than a lake, as the water has steadily been drying up. This steady drying has caused more and more problems, but there is still hope for the lake that is sitting 261/2 feet below normal levels.
Many Abilene Stores Have 'Help Wanted' Signs on Their Windows
A local non-profit and and energy company joined together to provide $100 shopping sprees for fifty local children.
A new survey finds obstacle and adventure races are now more popular than ever.
A North Carolina restaurant was offering discounts to people who pray in public.
Two sisters are on a hunt to find a home for their furry friend as part of an international scavenger hunt.
With bed bugs on the rise, here are some ways to get rid of them.
Here are some helpful tips to protect your skin.
SSgt Mike Burns and his family were able to officially break ground on their new home. This new wheelchair accessible home will allow the veteran to interact with his family more.
Most gardeners like to be outside, but as some are finding out the answers to their questions are starting to turn up online.
Many people claim they can tell what the weather is going to do by how their joints feel. But is there any truth to that?
Minimum wage is getting a boost in many states. Now some businesses are responding by upping the cost of their products.
Wednesday the Bond Advisory Committee got down with the grunt work as they heard from different parts of the city. The committee started getting a look at the work that stood before them.
Around a dozen districts in the Big Country are going through training to learn how to spot traits that are common among people who have committed random acts of violence.
Kohler's Toilet Tour campaign, "Trust the Flush", made its first stop in Brownwood Wednesday to present 13 of their new commodes.
AISD Middle School standardized dress code may be difficult to find at stores in Abilene.
An Abilene doctors speaks about the future of mission trips after the Ebola virus outbreak.
Families Find Hope After Learning Their Loved Ones Were Organ Donors.
Can Vitamin D help combat Senior Citizen's memory loss? Find out what a new study says.
Ariana Lubelli spoke with a local infectious disease specialist who says Ebola isnt a health concern for America, but if it were, local hospitals like Hendrick Medical Center have resources to treat some of the side effects.
A dog breeder and handler in Zephyr will be inducted into the Border Collie Hall of Fame.
It's almost time to send children back to school, but before you do, local law enforcement says it's not a bad idea to see if there are any sex offenders along their routes to school.
Can't get a good night's sleep? Do you have sleep apnea?
Efforts to help drivers save money and reduce emissions
Is it healthier to pack a lunch for your kid, or send him through the lunch line?
Chelsea's Pub hopes a new piece of equipment at their bar will help their customers to reconsider drunk driving. They have installed a breathalyzer machine close to their bar's exit.
The number of cases of bed bugs confirmed by the City of Abilene has exponentially increased in the past few years. Experts say it may be awhile before the number of these pests go down.
If you have plans to travel overseas, take a look at some of the illnesses lurking in foreign countries.
Is it a reasonable concern, or do you think there's too much hype that could lead to unnecessary public fear?
Crimestoppers Crime of the Week; Theft
Rodger Brown and two of his sons served several terms overseas in the Army and the Airforce. Their time prompted them to get identical tattoos that read, "No greater love than a man lay down his life for a friend."
A Sweetwater dog accused of killing around 20 cats within a month was taken in by animal control officers.
Garage Band Woodstock Benefits a Charity in Abilene
Many who travel in that area say that is a hectic spot. For Elmdale Flea Market, it's no surprise to them. They say that they have witnessed dozens of wrecks in that location.