The Chief is concerned with the way the AISD Superintendent has handled, not only the investigation on Michael Trook, but now a second AISD employee/student relationship. AISD says the miscommunication is on both sides.
A feud between the Abilene Police Department and the Abilene Independent School District is heating up after two former school employees go to jail for crimes involving students.
Steve Savage had an early lead all night and came out on top over his opponent Joy Ellinger. Savage took in more than half of the votes tonight while Ellinger only received forty-two percent.
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The owner says she was only inside for 15 minutes before she witnessed a man taking off with her truck.
Monday afternoon, members of the Abilene City Council met for a bus tour of Abilene. Council members met with the Abilene Fire Department and the Abilene Police Department about different projects for May's bond election.
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The working relationship between Abilene police and local pawn shops has lead to five arrests this month. I spoke with an Abilene Detective about how grateful people are to get their stolen items back home.
Residents of Ranger were asked to conserve water today as pumps were shut off to allow for the installation of new water lines.
Monday, January 12th, the City of Ranger officials are asking residents to conserve water.
Multiple wrecks, due to winter weather, could be seen on US 84 between Sweetwater and Snyder.
There's a new incentive to get your kids to help you in the kitchen...
Residents in the area say that they are happy to see the city pumping seven million galls per day of treated water into the lake and are hopeful of the future.
An employee here at KTAB has a big heart. How she is making a difference in the lives of people and animals...
A look at some diseases making a comeback and how it's impacting a parents choice to vaccinate their children...
An 82 million dollar project is now pumping water to Abilene's main water source.
Beef prices continue to increase and it's having an impact on local barbeque restaurants, not only in costs but menu options.
It's been one year since the Clayton Fought case shook the Eastland County community and set the groundwork for police policy changes.
The small town of Snyder experienced quite the earthquake on Tuesday. Measuring at a 3.5 on the Richter Scale, the earthquake shook windows and computer monitors and knocked over lamps.
How kids are learning outside of the classroom, with the help of farm animals.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away but what about an avocado?
A local store in Buffalo Gap say that they did well over the holiday season, especially for it being the first holiday season for the store.
Seasonal depression is common during the winter.
It could have fit right into a western film, two boys lassoing a runaway horse, and their father's video going viral.
How researchers are stopping a ticking time bomb for public health...
Flu season hit the big country hard this year and it's taking it's toll on students. School officials are saying that they have seen around three times as many absences this school year due to the flu or flu like symptoms.
Arctic Front Moves South
Abilene ISD Superintendent, Dr. Burns, talked about the statement APD Chief of Police, Stan Standridge, gave after Michael Trook's arrest.
An Abilene native saved a woman from a burning building in Irving, Texas.
Winter weather can set off asthma attacks. We'll show you what to look out for.
A vacant Abilene City Council seat has taxpayers footing the bill. The special election between Joy Ellinger and Steve Savage is costing the city a little over 21 thousand dollars. KRBC'S Shannon Valladolid found out what every penny on this election is spent on.
December's icy conditions have delayed some cotton farmers from harvesting their crop.
Dyess Elementary is the first of eleven schools in Abilene ISD to receive construction work and security upgrades.
A business that offers pet sitting gained extra profit because of the winter weather conditions.
Several Brown County store clerks are recovering from quite a scare after being robbed at gun point.
Looking to add more vitamins in your diet? How white vegetables can help this winter.
Abilene Regional Airport is back open today after it closed due to hazardous weather yesterday. However, some flyers are still stuck in Abilene. The runways are open and planes clear for take off, but delays and cancellations are still occurring.
Local hotels were reaching their max occupancy due to the winter blast this week. Several guests were going to stay another night in Abilene to be safe.
A grocery store clerk is hospitalized after a robbery in Early.
The CDC has announced that the flu outbreak has reached epidemic levels across the country already.
While some people are spending the first day of 2015 home from work, emergency responders haven't taken a day off. Since the icy road conditions and winter weather started, emergency crews have been working around the clock.
Drivers who lose control of their vehicles and maybe go sliding through a red light say they hope that the law enforcement will be understanding and not give tickets unless there is an accident.
Winter conditions combined with New Year's Eve celebrations are a recipe for disaster. The Brownwood Police Department is urging drivers take extra precautions on the road.
Popular country musician Coffey Anderson prepares for his New Year's Eve concert in Brownwood.
The big item of discussion at the Tuesday morning Taylor County Commissioners Court meeting was the possibility of the federal government putting a cap on how much inmates are charged for phone calls.
What organizations are helping the homeless in Brownwood and how you can help.
A midday fire damages a home in Brownwood.....
Sara Ganim has some new ideas on resolutions in today's Smart Woman Report.
Ohio woman travels over one thousand miles to meet her boyfriend for the first time.
Lower gas prices have led travelers to decide it is cheaper for them to drive this holiday season than to fly to their destinations.