The Abilene Police Department has recently applied for a grant that will allow their training division to replace an old moving target system.
Family and friends remember the lives of two young men from Brown County who died in a wreck over the weekend.
The World's Largest Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater ended their 56th year with big numbers.
You could get a cash reward this week for information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent shoplifting-turned robbery case.
The new bishop of San Angelo made a special appearance in Brown County over the weekend.
Hendrick Hospice Care announced Monday night that they have started plans to construct a new state-of-the-art hospice care facility.
Police is looking for your help in identifying a man related to a forgery case.
It's no surprise that with warmer temperatures, more people are willing to stay out longer.
It's no surprise that the increase in oil and gas production means more jobs, and companies in the Abilene area are looking to meet that demand every day.
The owners of Gene's Campers & Repair is closing its doors Friday to focus on a medical ministry they started years ago.
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Former Ringo Drilling employees that were laid off nearly two weeks ago received some help Monday afternoon in finding work elsewhere.
A Midland man was killed Tuesday afternoon when his historic airplane crashed south of the Breckenridge airport.
In the middle of Abilene is a stretch of road with historic significance.
You could get a cash reward this week for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent credit card abuse case.
The Abilene 911 Center has the technology, the people, and the passion on hand ready to take on any tragedy that you throw their way.
In one weekend more than $3,500 worth of valuables were stolen from one bar parking lot. While car break ins have had a steady number, this past month car break ins at bar parking lots spiked.
The Abilene police department and the City Marshals Office responded to nearly 70 collisions from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, APD says.
A man and his dog are walking across the country to raise money for wounded service men and women.
After postponing its start date due to below freezing temperatures, the carnival set up at North 1st in the old Kmart parking lot opened to a sunny day.
A couple from California decided that after being welcomed by the Salvation Army, in Abilene, they've decided that this is the place for them.
Facebook is celebrating its 10th birthday Tuesday. In the past decade, the site has grown from serving university students to billions of people around the world.
The Texas restaurant industry is expected to see growth in sales volume, employment and employment growth in 2014.
The city of Brownwood has taken a step closer to securing a United Supermarket.
A local north Abilene bar is using NFL's biggest weekend to help raise money for a little girl with a rare heart condition.
With an announcement from McMurry University on Friday that they were withdrawing their bid from division II to a division III. Many of their athletes might be wondering where they stand as the university tries to remain financially stable.
Hawley High School is raising money for their seniors to have a field trip through a game of donkey basketball.
Abilene Police have arrested the man in connection with a shooting Saturday evening.
Texas Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick visited Abilene Wednesday morning to discuss the current state and future of the oil and gas industry.
The Abilene Fire Department says the city of Abilene is among one of eighteen communities that has the best property insurance rates in Texas.
The Abilene Black Chamber of Commerce is hosting their 22nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day City Wide Banquet Monday night.
The city of Cisco is honoring a man who served for their fire department decades ago.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous tips that help police solve a debit card abuse case. To provide anonymous information, visit AbileneCrimeStoppers.com or on the phone at 676-TIPS or 676-8477.
The West Texas Rehabilitation Center’s 44th annual telethon and auction Saturday raised over $1.28 million dollars.
The city of Breckenridge is continuing with the plan to utilize water from Lake Daniels to help slow the rapid decrease of lake levels in Hubbard Creek Reservoir.
A second home break-in with people inside has surfaced in an area in north Abilene.
Abilene's Public Works Department started a project Monday morning that will help enhance several blocks of South 1st.
A recent convenience store robbery is this week's Abilene Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week.
The Cross Plains Volunteer Fire Department is building a new fire station and is needing the help from the community to raise funds.
Friends of missing HSU graduate Brendan John Boyd are working hard to keep his name out there in hopes to find him safe.
Texas counties are eligible for a grant that can help repair roads caused by the increased oil and gas production.
A 12-year-old girl is spending her birthday at a hospital in Fort Worth Monday after she was kidnapped and left to die near a lake Sunday afternoon.
Organizations received an overflow of support during the holiday season, but places such as Salvation Army are asking people to continue to volunteer.
The number of DWI arrests in 2013 has dropped slightly since last year, the Abilene Police Department says.
Abilene Police is looking for people to help identify a person of interest linked to a recent forgery case that happened Thursday, November 10.
A Snyder family is without their home on Christmas Eve after a fire destroys it.
People continue scrambling to check their accounts and have been since last week. Local banks such as Western Bank responded to over 25 calls from customers concerned about their accounts.
With Christmas falling on a weekday, shopping on a weekend proved to be critical for many shoppers.
Abilene Police is looking for information that can help police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent credit card abuse case.
Many parents were out shopping Saturday for the annual Brown County Toys for Kids Drive.
Residents of an Eastland County apartment complex are angry about a water situation.
A Nolan County family is spending their holidays a little different this year. A family member is still in an Atlanta hospital after a near-death experience late August.
An elderly man in Snyder died from an apartment fire early Tuesday morning.
A local South African is remembering the man that changed the face of her country.
Plumbing service companies received a high number of calls from people needing their water lines fixed over the weekend.
The 4th Annual Tour of Trees is helping people at the Chatfield Assisted Living in Brownwood get into the Christmas spirit.
Abilene Police is looking for information that can help solve a convenience store robbery that happened early Thursday morning.
Cattle Baron Cafe was at the brink of shutting their doors at the beginning of the year when social media and the community came to the rescue.
Morton Valley Water Supply customers were without running water most of Tuesday after the company made improvements and repairs on its main line.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree for one newly sworn-in justice in Eastland.
Friends and family gathered at the River of Life Church in Eastland for a candlelight vigil remembering Joseph Woodall.
Black Friday may be over, but the year's biggest holiday weekend continues with Small Business Saturday.
Major Car Collision Occurred on Interstate 20 West After A Vehicle Was Traveling East Bound In A West Bound Lane.
A ministry in Anson decided to start Thanksgiving early by serving lunch to its clients.
The Meek Blood Center is seeking healthy people to come in and donate blood due to a current shortage.
Texas Department of Transportation crews battled out the winter storm over the weekend to make sure roads were safe.
TxDOT crews weren't the only ones busy over the weekend, so were emergency responders.
Driving on slick, icy roads can be dangerous but when you're behind the wheel of an 18-wheeler, caution is the name of the game.
With Black Friday just around the corner, stores are getting ready and preparing for the busy day.
Firefighters were called out to a burning building in Cisco early Friday morning.
Changes may soon come to Ranger Hill if members of the Texas Transportation Commission approve a resolution.
The Abilene Police Department are recently using a gadget that's becoming more and more popular across the country.
All four Abilene ISD middle schools are exploring the idea of standardized dress code, and they're looking for input from the parents.
Students, friends, and faculty of Hardin-Simmons University gathered at Shelton Stadium Sunday evening to remember Taylor Huff.
Earlier this year, Abilene's only drive-in theater made the decision between going digital or closing its doors.
Betty Rose Little Brisket hosted their first annual car show, but it wasn't all about hot wheels and fresh paint jobs.
A major reconstruction project in Sweetwater is making progress.
A Rising Star woman was startled to find her yellow pickup truck slammed into the corner of her living room Monday night.
The Hardin-Simmons football team continues to mourn the loss of one of their own.
Do you know exactly how many products require the chemical use of petroleum?
Many restaurants have specials for veterans on Veterans Day. Chilis is one of them.
It's important to remember the men and women who served this country.
With the skulls, fake blood, and the ghosts put away, the Tye Volunteer Fire Department is now looking at the profits that they, and the Merkel High School seniors have made.
A neighborhood plagued with crime is improving tremendously, according to the people working behind the scenes.
More than half of the total ballots cast in Fisher County's local option election, voted for alcohol and mixed drink sales.
Despite the results, the Jim Ned Bond program has been a polarizing topic for people living in Tuscola, Buffalo Gap, and Lawn.
Residents can vote for or against the right to sell alcohol or mixed beverages in Fisher County during November 5th election.
Many were able to get a jumpstart to holiday shopping with the help of the 33rd Annual Christmas Carousel at the Abilene Civic Center.
Saturday marked the first day of one of the biggest hunting season; deer.
Halloween is a spooky time, and locals say part of Lake Brownwood is haunted by a little girl.
Customers may expect to pay more with their wine.
A Merkel mother claims her son has been a victim of bullying.
Halloween may be a time for children to dress up and get candies, but a local veterinarian is advising owners not to forget about their pets.
The Trinity Baptist Church hosted is 10th annual Judgement House.
Almost 200 volunteers came together for Habitat for Humanity's 30th annual Weatherization Day.
Two brothers from Brownwood started an event called Hot Rods for Heroes to help recognize the service of military members.
CISCO, TX-The female victim of a pileup on Ranger Hill late Monday afternoon is identified as 24 year-old Virginia Hutto of Cisco.
EASTLAND, TX-When it comes to children, safety is top priority, Eastland city manager Robert Duncan says.
An Abilene man who witnessed a robbery take place at a convenience store Friday night says everyone was lucky the situation didn't get any worse.