One walk along a lake bed leads to a shocking discovery.
A bill was filed earlier this month to improve mental health and preventative services for military members, veterans and their families.
Four schools in the Big Country are getting a portion of a more than one million dollar grant. One of the district's benefiting from the money is Sweetwater I.S.D.
It could potentially put you behind bars and cause damage to your body. A recent case that went public could be the consequence of it. It's called doctor shopping, which describes a patient using multiple prescription pills from two or more doctors.
ACU students stayed awake for 24 hours straight preparing for their rendition of Disney's High School Musical.
The recent robberies targeting convenience stores have many customers questioning their safety.
An Abilene man arrested on nine charges after he allegedly hit a police vehicle, fled the scene and sent police on a chase for miles.
Caroline's Carts are just one of the many things that families with special needs members believe would help make their lives in the community easier.
A Stamford Police Officer was arrested on a 2nd degree felony offense of possession of a controlled substance, and it has locals in Stamford concerned about their safety.
Several allegations of criminal activity have surrounded Dr. Heath Burns after two alleged improper student-teacher relationships occurred within the Abilene Independent School District while he was superintendent.
Those affected by the Windsor Hotel's new policies have several different opinions on the younger crowd being able to move in.
Surveillance video shows the man eating several bowls of pasta before entering the cooler area and climbing on top to take a nap.
The transition from middle school to high school is a tough one. Many teens feel anxious when they start their freshman year. However, a special program in place at Abilene high schools make that life experience an easier and more successful transition.
Abilene Christian University has announced plans to expand its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with a new campus and several new graduate programs.
The search continues for the new Abilene Independent School District superintendent. Board members reveal new information about finding the right candidate during Monday night's school board meeting.
Several members of the blind community that live in the Westgate mobile park have concerns with crossing Pioneer Drive.
A popular ice cream brand might be in some trouble. The deaths of three people have prompted blue bell's first product recall in 108-year history.
Businesses South of Hullum Street are being affected by the continuing boil water notice.
Ashley went live in a snake pit full of over 3,000 lbs of rattlesnakes...
The owner of the Cypress Street Station restaurant, Brian Green passed away on Thursday. When it came to his restaurant, the 57-year-old put his heart and soul into the business for over 20 years.
Though Lane Frizzell has passed away, his family remembers to live by his favorite quote...
Retired Staff Sergeant Michael Burns served three tours as a soldier in Iraq. During his time overseas, he suffered severe injuries to his leg, causing permanent damage.
Only 2% of the U.S. population is made up of farmers, according to the American Farm Bureau, yet the majority of the population rely on their crops for food and clothing.
The right information about a recent forgery case could bring you a cash reward this week....
Clocks aren't the only household item you should adjust during daylight savings time.
Praying for rain may soon be a thing of the past. The Big Country is finally seeing the rain they've been praying for.
The Abilene Zoo's newest residents make their public debut.
Suspect still at large following a shooting in north Abilene.
Quintin refused to hand over the phone and the officer began threatening to arrest him. Captured in the cell phone video, the officer says, "You'll give it to me or I'll arrest you too."
Another cold front has moved through the Big Country bringing snow and ice with it. Local Emergency Responders say they're prepared.
Three people have been taken into custody after a high speed chase through Taylor and Jones counties Tuesday, all while four children were inside the car.
The organization's live and silent auction beat the totals of last year's auctions.
A Sweet 16 Birthday party unlike many raises $2,500...
Abilene Police have identified the most dangerous intersections in Abilene. Police say the five major areas they consider dangerous are areas where they continue to see a high volume of traffic.
An Abilene man has been arrested after he broke into a person's home and assaulted them with a crowbar.
Dads and their daughters enjoyed a magical night with their favorite characters.
Slick roads are causing more wrecks on I-20, one involving two 18 wheelers and a pickup truck.
A 43-year-old Clyde oilfield worker is in custody after shooting a man over an argument about his salary.
The Abilene Police Department will be able to use funds seized from criminal activity to benefit the department as well as the community.
North Abilene residents are coming forward saying their pets are being stolen from their yards and their fences are "tagged" with spray-paint, markers or ribbon.
High school graduation is a memorable achievement for most. Recently, the U.S. Department of Education's National Center released statistics on the Texas Class of 2013 high school graduation rate.
Most drivers who had to get out in the slick conditions over the past few days had concerns about the ice on the road, but it was ice that came from above that ended up being the real problem for an Abilene couple.
While many parents are inconvenienced by having to take two days off of work to stay home with the kids, it's fair to say most children didn't seem to mind.
TXDot crews never take a snow day. They're always out making sure our roads are safe but working in these hazardous conditions can be scary.
Big Country residents came together to remember the lives of Tamir Rice and others lost in cases of police brutality.
Salvation Army is expecting a crowd for the next couple of days, possibly a bus load of guests.
Truck drivers traveling through the Big Country say the weather has delayed their work.
Dogs and their humans enjoyed a night of food and fun at the Abilene Civic Center
The annual Singer-Songwriter Competition for the Outlaws and Legends music festival has been taking place for the past three Thursdays, and the Abilene winners were announced Friday night.
Five Former Woodson High School football players reflect on playing football during the time of segregation.