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.
The YMCS Maximum Velocity cheerleaders were outside of a Clyde gas station offering to pump driver's gas and wash their windows.
Just in time before the cold front sweeps through the Big Country, members from the Alameda community were planting vegetables today in their first community garden.
One man is continuing to spread his knowledge of unsung heroes throughout the Big Country.
"An officer is not allowed to do this to my child," says Lindsay Hallmark, the mother of the alleged victim.
Jim Ned High School Students came up with ideas to make a section of Hwy 277 safer for first responders.
The surviving correctional officer injured in the deadly prison bus crash in January speaks out for the first time about his recovery.
Big Country farmers and ranchers gathered to learn more about the industry. Many became re-certified and learned how to properly apply pesticide to their land.
Ortiz Elementary students are celebrating Black History Month in a creative way.
Wylie I.S.D is growing, which is why many in the district say additions are needed. A meeting Tuesday afternoon puts some of the projects into perspective, and the decision in the hands of the voters.
Lay offs are anticipated at McMurry University. As part of the school's strategic plan, the university has announced plans to cut about a dozen people from their positions.
TX DOT crews were out around the Big Country preparing for the upcoming cold front.
Crimestoppers offers a cash reward this week for information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent armed robbery case. We have surveillance video of the crime.
Since the resignation of Abilene I.S.D's Superintendent of five years, Dr. Heath Burns, the Board of Trustees has nominated Dr. Audra Ude to step into the part time role of the acting superintendent of Abilene Independent School District.
FCA All-Star Athletes are in for an adventure this summer. find out what alumni and area directors say the athletes should expect.
The Stars and Stripes boats, built by Dennis Connors passed through Abilene today. The Stars and Stripes lost America's Cup Race in 1993 to Australia after winning every year for 125 years
DRI's Celebrity Ultimate Hunt had their weekend events in Abilene.
There have been several recent break-ins this week where Abilene employees say they have seen broken windows to multiple vehicles.
An officer shot a prison inmate in a men's restroom inside Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Friday evening, authorities say.
New York Fashion Week is here, but this year is not like any other! Designer Carrie Hammer is officially the first to feature a model with Down syndrome in her runway show.
The Lubbock Women's Club Historical Foundation and The Ernestine Payne Welborn Endowment Community Speaker Series will welcome Hoda Kotb as a speaker for the Annual Speaker Series.
Brandon Green, the gunman found guilty of shooting 25-year-old Theo Carrion outside the Abilene IHOP could be released from jail tonight.
Walking up to the doors of Planet Fitness on Barrow Street around mid-afternoon you'll most likely see this Buick sitting right out front. Which means that 92 year old Duey Clovis Thompson is inside working out. "I work out everyday. Any where from 30 minutes to an hour," says Thompson. Peddling with ease, lifting weights, and even working on getting those washboard abs, Thompson has made a name for himself at the gym.
The community of Baird is still showing their support for surviving correctional officer, Jason Self, a month after he was involved in a deadly prison bus crash.
Abilene High's Student Council is celebrating Random Acts of Kindness week by uplifting their peers.
Find out which bond projects the Abilene city council members discussed and approved during today's meeting.
The Baird Volunteer Fire Department now has a new brush truck, thanks to a $200,000 grant given by the Texas A&M Forest Service.
This afternoon members of the Abilene Parks Department met with coaches and parents of select softball teams who say the extra fees are not fair to the players and their families. City employees say they are charging the teams for the use of the lights at the city fields.
One woman says her average bill is usually around 3 to 4 hundred dollars. When she opened up the bill for this month, she was shocked to see an amount of $906.47.
An incident in Eula lead to the evacuation of all students on Eula ISD campuses. The principal notified parents by using an app called "teacher way."
Four Abilene middle schools are officially getting make-overs. Two separate construction bids have been passed in tonight's A.I.S.D school board meeting by the Abilene Board of Trustees.
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...