With the rise of prices on meat at grocery stores, some hunters are taking their game to a wild game meat processor.
Over 200 meals were served for the Thanksgiving holiday to all in need of one.
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a tradition for 88 years. This video from NBC News highlights some of the history of the event.
The University Baptist Church's fate is still being decided. A meeting last night determined however, that it will not be historically preserved.
Last week, The Robertson Prison Unit was Without Water Due to Decreasing Levels at Their Water Supply Tank, City Confirms.
This week's heart to heart child is a sixteen year old reader and writer named Lakisha. She has a warm heart for children and big dreams of being a pediatric nurse.
A local church surprises Abilene homeless man with a fully furnished, stocked and decorated apartment.
The Senior Warden confirmed that the prison was having water issues, but he says they took the appropriate steps to handle the situation. He says the city notified them that their water supply at the water tower was dropping.
Abilene police are looking for the right information that will help them solve two recent armed robberies.
About 300 Turkeys and pre-packaged meals were given to Texas active duty service members and their families.
Firefighters spent hours battling a fire near the Taylor and Jones County line Saturday.
Zeke, a one year old Dutch Shepherd, made his first physical arrest today.
Three women apart of the American Legion Auxiliary are working hard, by themselves, to bring appreciation to people. They do projects big and small. So small to handing out cards to cafeteria workers, janitors, and bus drivers that say "You're making a difference in a child's life." Bigger projects that involve sending care packages to deployed military in places that many might know we have military stationed. All of this out of the kindness of their hearts.
As a former teacher and substitute, Earles jumped at the opportunity to get back in the classroom.
Several neighbors showed up to voice their concerns against rezoning to allow new Firehouse gym. Others believe the second location in the Wylie area would contribute to the growing neighborhood.
Margie Royall was just beginning to see memories being made in her home in Tye. With Christmas trees up and more decorations lying on the ground that will never be put on display Margie is left in shock. Wondering where to pick up the pieces to continue her and her son, David's, life.
It's been one year since changes were made at Ranger Hill on Interstate 20.
On Tuesday, an aggravated robbery on North 7th Street left an Abilene man injured after he was struck in the head with a hammer. After he was hit and threatened, two men stole his Playstation.
Certain key copying websites can provide a way for thieves to get a hold of your key by snapping and quick picture.
City of Abilene officials say repairing roads is a top priority, and it is a topic being discussed in this year's bond advisory meetings.
In order to de-ice roads and ensure the public's safety, TxDOT used 60 tons of salt, 40 tons of bottom ash and 3,000 gallons of brine water.
A homeowner and her daughter-in-law are still in shock and fear nearly one week following a home invasion in north Abilene.
Some people cut into a persimmon to see its seed pattern, some look to the squirrels, others trust the Farmer's Almanac. KTAB's Carlee Hoffman looks into some of the many winter weather predictors.
The Abilene Police Department is needing information that helps them arrest and charge the man responsible for a daylight robbery at a south Abilene home.
Early winter flurries caused dozens of wrecks across the Big Country on Sunday. Several people involved in those wrecks were taken to the hospital.
The first snowfall of the winter season has made it to the Big Country.
KTAB's Avery Anderson gives a quick report on road conditions north of Abilene as of 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Family and friends of Robert Harrington, the Abilene man killed in a motorcycle accident late September, gathered at the crash site on Saturday to protest.
In response to a viewer inquiry on how snowflakes are made, KTAB meteorologist Carlee Hoffman gives this creative response in rap form.
Al Roker from NBC'S Today Show set the world record for most uninterrupted hours of weather reporting, going 34 consecutive hours.
The State of Texas recently reduced the number of state mandated tests from fifteen to five. Before the reduction Abilene High did not have final exams. They said with the number of state tests along with finals would have been too much for students to handle. Now with the reduction finals are now back. To many of the faculty's surprise, students are happy about the final exams making a return.
A South Abilene woman was sitting on her bed when she heard her window shatter and felt pieces of glass fly by her face. She then realized a bullet was shot into her bedroom window.
West Texas Innovation at Work and Abilene ISD partnered up to start a pilot entrepreneurship class.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of extremist group ISIS, called on his supporters to “erupt volcanoes of jihad” in an apparent new audio message released Thursday.
For many veterans, coming home doesn't mean their war is over. For some, a new battle has just begun.
The coldest temperatures of the season thus far have presented themselves and for some businesses that's good news.
An Abilene man was scammed out of nearly $60,000 after hiring a contractor he found on Craigslist.
An Abilene man is celebrating Veteran's Day by honoring the family responsible for giving him a second lease on life.
Star Teacher Grant recipients were honored at Abilene ISD school board meeting.
Currently grades 9-12 have a drug testing policy implemented for students involved in extracurricular activities. People came forward hoping to see this expand to the Junior High.
The Cisco City Council voted to approve reinstating pay for its volunteer fire department Monday night.
A fire on Friday severely damaged an Abilene home. The owner of the house, single mom, Joy Cloud, is trying to start over and rebuild her home as quick as possible.
KRBC's Randy Turner gives a quick report with pictures from the annual Veterans Day Parade in downtown Abilene.
Permission was granted for Nolan County to reopen a ballot box for a vote recount amid concerns the amount of votes in one precinct do not match the number of voters in Tuesday's election.
North Abilene residents who said they were frustrated with the city's lack of plans for their neighborhood, say they are starting to see improvements.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli has an update from a house fire that sparked on the 3200 block of S. 6th St. around noon Friday.
The CRASE program isn't just designed for schools. In addition, the active shooter drill is available at no cost to local businesses, churches, and non-profits in Abilene.
Voters in Coleman County gave approval to two alcohol propositions. Now other areas of the Big Country are hoping for the same thing.
After Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan died Oct. 8, Amber Vinson flew to Ohio to see family and friends. She told Today's Matt Lauer she was never instructed not to travel, and felt “fine” throughout her trip.
KTAB's Sam Nichols went to San Antonio, where the Honored American Veterans Afield Organization held its 7th Annual Family Day.