College graduates are feeling the financial pressure to make money after walking the stage. For many, Abilene, isn't the place to stay unless businesses are willing to pay.
The potential for a new Curb Side Recycling Program is raising concerns with some Abilene citizens.
Abilene police are looking for information to help them solve a recent credit card abuse case.
A local deer hunting store owner says he has seen a growth economically in Abilene due to deer season.
After the death of Jess Cortinez due to a vehicular homicide, his family shares their thoughts.
KTAB's Matthew Torres follows the Abilene group, Whispers Through Paranormal Society (WTSPS), to explore the world of the paranormal.
An Abilene man was involved in a three hour stand-off earlier this morning after firing off a shotgun.
Shilo Harris, an Army veteran, was serving in Iraq in 2007 when he was struck by an IED. Three members in his crew were killed but Shilo made it. Although he survived, his life would never be the same.
The Fisher County Jail is proposing a 6.7 million dollar bond for a much needed new jail.
The Agriculture Department at Abilene Christian University is looking to make changes, concerning faculty members and students about the future of their department.
Recent improvements on the bridge over US-84 and Interstate-20 have resulted in reduced vehicle accidents.
A group of Airman from Dyess Air Force base took off earlier Wednesday morning for West Africa to help with the fight against the Ebola virus.
Police are searching for a man who held a 63-year-old woman at gunpoint in front of her home on Santa Monica Drive.
The Callahan County Sheriff's Department and the Texas Rangers have confirmed that they are investigating a murder in Callahan County.
"Jacob, please hold on" is what Lacey Berry repeated as she transported Jacob Pinner to the hospital after she found him severely injured.
A Cisco man got back his guitar recently after he sold it 13 years ago.
The City of Abilene officially began its stage 2 water restrictions on Sunday, which means residents only get to outdoor water once every two weeks.
Abilene Police are still needing more information to help find the man responsible for killing 58-year-old Allen Hickman on Friday, October 17th. To provide anonymous information, visit AbileneCrimeStoppers.com or by calling (325) 676-TIPS.
The 3rd Annual Safety City Fall Festival invited families to trick-or-treat early on Saturday.
Dyess We Care Team spends two weekends helping make repairs at a Buffalo Gap resident's home.
Hundreds of people from around the Big Country are coming together to support 25-year-old Ashley Pagano.
Nurses at the Haskell Memorial Hospital undergo training in case of having to handle an ebola patient.
Breast cancer survivors gathered together to listen to the guest speaker, Dr. Balbastro, from the oncology group at Hendrick Medical was at the breast cancer luncheon Wednesday.
Global Samaritan Resources announced a project that they have created to aid in the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
According to Metrocare Ambulance the shortage started last Fall. They say it came after three major medical supply manufacturers shut down making it difficult to get large amounts of saline.
KRBC's Ariana Lubelli tells the story of two brothers in foster care who need forever homes.
The City of Abilene announced Tuesday that it will be moving into Stage 2 of its Water Conservation Plan.
Early voting has begun and those within the Jim Ned Consolidated School District are facing another vote that will effect their elementary school students.
New York City - It was a special night for KRBC and KTAB as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
The grandson of an international peace-maker and nonviolence activist, Mahatma Gandhi, is speaking in Abilene.
Dozens of volunteers collected trash and filled garbage bags throughout Lake Kirby Saturday.
Local businesses say that local exits and the distance between U-Turns may be harming their business.
The brother of a homicide victim is asking for anyone who has information to come forward.
After working with several different health agencies, MetroCare made the decision to increase preparation with new equipment, advanced resources and special training.
Recently South Downtown has seen a few developments in the area. Now, new apartments are being built into the old Universal Manufacturing Building. These condos have 3,000 square feet, and will run about $800 a month.
Talk of global warming and climate change has made headlines in recent years, but is everything you're hearing the whole truth?
A truck pulling a trailer lost control on the Winters Freeway in Abilene Thursday morning, slowing traffic.
Students at Holland Medical High School in Abilene are learning how the Ebola Virus spreads, prevention, and even tracking the virus as it spreads.
A special sibling bond between two Abilene locals has become the life line for one of them.
This week's heart to heart child is a 14-year-old boy named Antonie. He loves football and has a passion for music.
The weather modification process known as cloud seeding has come and gone in the Big Country, at least for the time being.
Family and friends remember 29-year-old William Delorme who died after he was intentionally struck by a vehicle.
Butterman's Grill in Clyde is hoping to make it more convenient for locals to obtain beer and wine. They have started a petition to allow alcohol sales at their establishment.
On Monday night, the Merkel city council held a public hearing as part of its agenda to discuss whether or not the public library should move into the city's only community center.
A nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola.
Dr. Kent Brantly, the ACU graduate who survived the deadly Ebola virus told his story to students and local residents.
For the first time in 19 years, a student is choreographing ACU's homecoming production.
With public concern over diseases such as ebola and enterovirus, doctors are expecting busier emergency rooms when seasonal viruses arrive.
The ACU graduate who survived ebola is planning to come back to Abilene to speak about his experience.
Abilene Regional Medical Center employees wore pink for breast cancer awareness and to show support for survivors.