You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge suspects in a recent debit card abuse case.
One building here in the Key City is in the process of being renovated into a state of the art facility filled with the community's African American history.
In August of 2014, Leray and Jill Scrifres opened "The Flour Shop" on South 14th Street in Abilene, but now cancer may get in the way of keeping the business going.
The Grace Museum held its annual Dream Night in honor of families with special needs children.
Over 50 life-size dinosaurs, were at the Taylor County Expo Center for the first ever Jurassic Quest.
Vietnam Vets from all of the country come together in the Key City they gathered at the Taylor County Expo Center today for the 28th annual "TET reunion". The event that honors Vietnam war veterans was put on by the "Abilene Grunts" and "Texas Veterans" To the men and women who attended the 28th annual reunion, the event is more than just honoring vietnam veterans, but also to celebrate old friendships, and even to start new ones.
One Abilene I.S.D student has been selected to attend a prestigious national conference this summer.
How the former Lincoln Middle and Abilene High School may continue it's educational legacy...
A study done by Drive West Communications in Austin says that 44% of improper student-teacher relationships start through texting or social media messages.
KTAB's Ashley Gooden takes a look at little known black pioneers of Abilene.
City Council talks about how refreshing it is to hear younger voices speak about the city.
Dr. Danny Wheat, the President of the Abilene ISD school board spoke on behalf of the board of trustees to explain the logistics in the resignation of Burns.
You might miss the blessings and praises going on in the warehouse looking at the front of My Father's Floors as you drive by . Every Wednesday around noon My Father's Kitchen opens up and let's everyone, no matter the walk of life, inside for a hot meal and it's all run by Geradine Heisey Daltons "I won't turn anyone away who's hungry," she says.
Abilene is a growing economy and it houses three universities. However, relatively few graduates stay in Abilene for work. The Abilene Chamber of Commerce is working on different programs to help keep them here.
Abilene High parents have mixed opinions on the resignation of AISD Superintendent Dr. Heath Burns
The New England Patriots are the NFL Champions
The Unity Church of Abilene is still healing 5 years after their pastor was brutally murdered.
320 airmen returned home from deployment in Qatar.
Families of hundreds of Dyess Air Force Airmen welcomed home their loved ones after a six month deployment.
Texas Farmers Union had their 113th Annual Convention at Abilene's MCM Elegante
The Campus Personal Protection Act could soon make it legal for college students with concealed handgun licenses to carry guns on Texas college campuses.
History is flying high over the Super Bowl and KRBC correspondent John Kucko takes to the skies to show us the man behind the blimp.
The big game is only one day away and KRBC continues to bring you reports straight from Super Bowl XLIX.
While the desert is seeing rainfall leading up to the big game, there's no question the NFL was under some heat of its own during football season.
One Cooper High student is being recognized by employees at Hendrick Home for being outstanding inside and outside of school.
Local medical supply companies and customers are seeing the effects of the ever-changing field of healthcare. In recent years, suppliers say that the changes in policies and regulations are making it more difficult to get their customer's necessities.
After being released from prison, one local man has made it his mission to help others make the best of their second chances.
KRBC correspondent John Kucko talks about the rainy days leading up to the big game and some final thoughts from players and coaches
The venue hosting the cross country showdown is one of a kind, a state of the art stadium with some very unique qualities
A variety of factors, mostly weather, made some farmers in the Big Country worried about how this year's cotton crop would turn out.
They may be young but the compassion they have for others is far more mature than their years. A group of elementary and middle school students are encouraging their peers to help people that are affected by cancer. They have partnered with organizations in the area and after three months are ready to have a one arrow drive.
Seventy years ago today a milestone in world history was reached. The deadliest concentration camp in Holocaust history was liberated. At least 1.1 million prisoners died in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The Abilene ISD Board of Trustees and Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge met for the first time since two investigations regarding former AISD employees began in December.
Hardin Simmons University changed their housing regulations and some students are voicing their concerns.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for one of the Abilene natives in the prison bus crash.
Clean black fur, same great smile, and a big blue collar show the dog named Bob Marley has found a home. "He's sweet and cuddly and that's what I wanted," says Allie Dunn. In July of last year Rescue the Animals, SPCA rescued 25 severely neglected and starving animals off a property in Gorman. Those animals ranged from ducks to cats, but the majority were dogs; and that majority included Bob Marley.
A church in Abilene made the Health Fitness Revolution's list of Top 20 Fittest Churches in Texas.
The drought problem in the Big Country is the theme of an Abilene High School play; Urine Town.
After being shot 3 times, the victim of the Stonegate Apartment complex tells his side of the story,
A man was shot three times around 7:30 Tuesday night at Abilene's Stonegate Apartments. He says he has no idea who shot him and neighbors are worried.
The certification hearing for a juvenile charged in connection to the murder of Jesse Cortinez was suppose to be held on Wednesday but has been pushed back to February 11th.
The Middleton Prison Unit is planning to build a memorial plaque that will be placed at its transportation building in honor of the two officers killed in the bus wreck near Odessa.
The city of Stamford went almost two days without water due to a main water pipe bursting.
For many, today was a day off from school and some even work. All for the purpose of honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to civil rights.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous tips that help police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
This year's West Texas Rehab Telethon and Auction is one of best ever.
The Girl Scouts of Abilene and troops from Dyess Air Force Base teamed up to pass out cookies.
Mayor Archibald Proclaimed today Alvina Gerhart day after a resident who turned 100.
The West Texas Rehab is having their 45th Annual Auction and the bidding ends at 11:59, January 17th.
A volunteer fire department in Stephens Co. will benefit from a Fire Equipment Grant presented by the Texas A&M Forest Service.