Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police solve a recent commercial burglary case.
The National WASP Museum in Sweetwater is continuing its expansion project with the help of a loan approval.
Owners of Heff's Burgers, a local burger joint, is expanding with the help of a franchising corporation.
Abilene Police are needing your help in solving a recent debit card abuse case.
Vineyard Apartments have been sold, and some of the families that still live in the apartments fear of what happens next.. However, community members and officials had a look inside of some of the residents home. Which prompted the city's code enforcement to come and take a look.
Employees of Chick-fil-A on Southwest Drive say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.
The wife of Jeffrey Johnson, the 33-year-old father and veteran killed during an officer-involved shooting last Friday, says he was dealing with post traumatic stress disorder.
You could get a cash reward for anonymous information that helps police arrest and charge a suspect in a recent debit card abuse case.
The world of rodeo can be a dangerous sport, and no one sees the brunt of it better than Justin Sports Medicine.
Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Justin Gregory was awarded the Melvin Martin First Responder award for his heroic actions that saved the lives of two elderly people.
Organizers of the West Texas Fair & Rodeo say business has gone up since last year. Nevertheless, their main priority is promoting the agricultural industry.
The Western Texas College in Snyder has voluntarily dropped its nursing program due to low passing grades.
The Hamby Waste Water Treatment Plant is still undergoing renovations. Once completed, the plant will have the capability of pumping around seven million gallons of treated water into Lake Fort Phantom Hill.
The West Texas Fair and Rodeo every year rolls into town, and every year people flock to not only see the cowboys and cowgirls do their thing. They also come to the fair to ride the rides, try out the food, and most importantly hang out with family.
Wednesday's meeting had everything to do with how to make the recreational life of Key City citizens better. The city's community services department stood before the committee presenting ideas from a new recreational center, to splash pads and expanding the library.
An Abilene business owner is frustrated that she has become the latest victim in a recent Caller ID spoof.
Abilene police are looking for the right information regarding a burglary case and the anonymous tipper could get a cash reward this week.
With August being the busiest month for firefighters, they are seeing a shortage of volunteers come into the departments to help battle blazes. It's not just the fires they're fighting, but also lack of funding, and a drought that just won't let up.
A Tye man's childhood hobby of spray painting numbers on people's driveway has turned into a full-time job.
The homeowner who was involved in an altercation Friday afternoon that resulted in the death of his former employee say he is shocked and saddened by the situation.
The Sweetwater Police Department is hoping to slow down the drug activity by training two new narcotic dogs.
Abilene police are looking for information that helps them arrest and charge suspects in a recent robbery case.
Friday was the first time that Dr. Kent Brantly's family spoke out for the first time on the ordeal they have gone through with Dr. Brantly being infected with the Ebola virus. That ordeal was one full of faith, family, and strength.
The Abilene Police Department has been hot on the trail of two different groups creating counterfeit money here in the Key City. Big Businesses and locals have fallen victim to the fake money in circulation, eating the cost of those losses. Now only one suspect remains after police arrested three others.
Sidewalks, tornado sirens, and an animal hospital were all apart of the discussion, as the committee listened to different pitches including everything from updating the civic center to finding more ways the zoo could rake in more money.
The City of Cisco says they are growing fast as new businesses continue to pop up.
Law officials from Scurry County conducted an active drill to prepare themselves in case of a school shooting.
89 year old James Garrett wanted people to know that the celebration is more than the sailor kissing the nurse in Time Square. The celebration was felt all over the country, including the Key City.
With the bond passing in May, new wings and programs have been added to Sweetwater's hospital. With the new additions it also means that new staff needed to be added. With that they brought on a female family doctor to help make female patients more comfortable.
The city of Brownwood hosted for the second time a fundraiser on Friday benefiting the NRA Foundation.
When looking at Lake Sweetwater it may look more like a pond than a lake, as the water has steadily been drying up. This steady drying has caused more and more problems, but there is still hope for the lake that is sitting 261/2 feet below normal levels.
A new survey finds obstacle and adventure races are now more popular than ever.
Two sisters are on a hunt to find a home for their furry friend as part of an international scavenger hunt.
With bed bugs on the rise, here are some ways to get rid of them.
Here are some helpful tips to protect your skin.
Wednesday the Bond Advisory Committee got down with the grunt work as they heard from different parts of the city. The committee started getting a look at the work that stood before them.
Kohler's Toilet Tour campaign, "Trust the Flush", made its first stop in Brownwood Wednesday to present 13 of their new commodes.
Can Vitamin D help combat Senior Citizen's memory loss? Find out what a new study says.
Can't get a good night's sleep? Do you have sleep apnea?
If you have plans to travel overseas, take a look at some of the illnesses lurking in foreign countries.
A Sweetwater dog accused of killing around 20 cats within a month was taken in by animal control officers.
Three weeks after their rescue, the animals that were taken from a Gorman property are looking towards the future. After being bathed, given their shots, and now being treated for different infections, Rescue the Animals, SPCA says that it's time to start getting the applications ready for adoptions.
The Early Chamber of Commerce announced the musical talent for the 2nd Annual Pioneer Days event.
Neighbors are raising a big stink in North Abilene.
Paralyzed patients are now surfing. Look at a new program that is making it all possible.
Fishing poles, ammo, or running shoes, Weakley Watson has been a one stop shop for sporting goods for hundreds of years.
The Abilene city council has hand picked people from different walks of life to help improve the quality of life in the Key City. They won't be in the basement of the City Hall, they will actually be in the field meeting the people that the money will help.
He grew up visiting the Abilene Zoo and now an Abilene man is helping to keep it clean.
Use of painkillers has skyrocketed recently. Find out if they're really safe.
Dr. Kent Brantly, a former ACU student, and now doctor has contracted what some say is the most deadly virus in the world. His former professors spoke about their former student's resilience and compassion for others.