Birds in Central Ohio dying from unknown disease

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)--Several birds across Central Ohio are dying due to an unknown disease, and it's concerning wildlife experts here in Columbus. https://nbc4i.co/3zQbtZe

Birds in Central Ohio dying from unknown disease

Texas State Parks bracing for record-setting summer

Former Breckenridge ISD employee under investigation for improper relationship with student

Collierville boy injured by coaster in Brandon, Mo.

Report: ‘Stop the Violence’ founder, former Abilene pastor arrested for assaulting pregnant girlfriend

Abilene police need help identifying man connected to theft case

Watching the Skies: First full moon of astronomical summer

Abilene Freedom Festival 2021 just around the corner

NOLA native killed in Russia

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U.S. Rep. Doggett files bill aiming to close Medicaid coverage gap in Texas by giving power to local governments

Dems push permanence for child tax credit

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Birds in Central Ohio dying from unknown disease

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Texas State Parks bracing for record-setting summer

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Former Breckenridge ISD employee under investigation for improper relationship with student

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Collierville boy injured by coaster in Brandon, Mo.

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Report: ‘Stop the Violence’ founder, former Abilene pastor arrested for assaulting pregnant girlfriend

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Abilene police need help identifying man connected to theft case

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Watching the Skies: First full moon of astronomical summer

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Abilene Freedom Festival 2021 just around the corner

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NOLA native killed in Russia

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Zebra mussels are spreading in Central Texas — can dogs help stop them?

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U.S. Rep. Doggett files bill aiming to close Medicaid coverage gap in Texas by giving power to local governments

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Dems push permanence for child tax credit

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Former Breckenridge ISD employee under investigation for improper relationship with student

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Report: ‘Stop the Violence’ founder, former Abilene pastor arrested for assaulting pregnant girlfriend

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Abilene police need help identifying man connected to theft case

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Abilene Freedom Festival 2021 just around the corner

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Abilene City Council to approve June 26th as Mark Rogers day

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An Abilene house will be demolished and rebuilt through Neighborhood Services HOME program

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Abilene residents could see 5 percent increase on water bill for Stormwater Services

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Cleaning up headquarters house of "Let Us Breath"

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Abilene City Manager hopes to issue debt for the downtown hotel by September

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Abilene celebrates Juneteenth for the first time as a federal holiday

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Local gun expert gives thoughts on "Constitutional Carry"

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Abilene prepares to celebrate Juneteenth which is officially now a federal holiday

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Weather

KRBC Evening Forecast 6-22-21

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Tuesday, June 22: Hot and Humid weather returns Wednesday

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Tuesday, June 22, 2021: Pleasant today with hot weather returning tomorrow

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Abilene Today

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KRBC Evening Forecast 6-21-21

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Monday, June 21: Sunny, but not as hot on Tuesday

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Monday, June 21, 2021: A cold front will bring cooler weather and rain/storm chances

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Abilene Today

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Sunday, June 20th - A hot Father's Day, but relief is moving in with a cold front tomorrow.

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Saturday Evening Forecast: It's time to turn up the heat for Father's day

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Saturday, June 19: A warm Saturday leading up to an even warmer Father's Day.

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Friday, June 18: Sunny and hot as we move into the weekend.

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Mother and Son Dance Thursday at The Abilene Convention Center

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Summer musicals return to The Paramount with "The Last Five Years"

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Abilene Senior Talent show to hold auditions July 23rd and 30th

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Let Us Breathe to host three-day Juneteenth celebration at Stevenson Park

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Friends of the Abilene Library Book Sale returns for 2021

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Abilene Youth Sports Authority to host Late Night Basketball Program in July

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McMurry University Theatre presents The Miracle Worker June 17th - 19th

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Abilene Youth Sports Authority to host inaugural grass volleyball tournament

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Summer safety tips from The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

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82nd Coleman PRCA Rodeo begins June 10th

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Abilene Public Library to host Read to a Dog Days this summer

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Women's Empowerment Conference to be held next month at Abilene Convention Center

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Sports

AHS standout Jeshari Houston signs with Tulsa

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Key City Volleyball excited for national tournament in Orlando

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Former Cooper standout, Brandon Stover, picked to lead Cougars baseball

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Jenna Bane comes from Caddo Mills to lead AHS Lady Eagles softball

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Abilene High hires Brenda Andress to run girls basketball program

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Key City Volleyball Club heading to Orlando for AAU National Championships

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Comanche dives into new playbook during 7-on-7

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Paige McPherson heading back to the Olympics

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Buckaroos heading to 7-on-7 state tournament for the first time in two decades

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Leong looks forward to first head coaching job

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Big Country football players appreciate 7-on-7 after missing out last year

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UIL says "no" to shot clocks in basketball

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Abilene Freedom Festival 2021 just around the corner

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Abilene prepares to celebrate Juneteenth which is officially now a federal holiday

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A brief history of the Stevenson park neighborhood and Let us Breathe Abilene

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Nexstar Founder's Day of Caring - Abilene - Let Us Breathe

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KTAB VP/GM on being involved in the community

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Retired mechanic spends his days bringing his childhood dreams to life

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Abilene’s 2021 Children’s Art & Literacy Festival (CALF) draws nearly 5,000

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Pharmacist saves shopper

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Abilene YMCA nearly finished with $5.6M Expansion

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Abilene Animal Shelter

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From Buffalo Gap to the Grand Canyon and Back

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American Legion Post 57 participates in flag tour

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