16 de Septiembre Parade Friday evening in North Abilene

16 de Septiembre Parade Friday evening in North Abilene

16 de Septiembre Parade Friday evening in North Abilene

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16 de Septiembre Parade Friday evening in North Abilene

Texas law targeting ‘sexually explicit’ books set …

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A Texas law meant to keep some books out of public school libraries is once again set to take effect. It targets boks wsith content deemed sexually explicit.

Is buying organic worth the price? Morning in America

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With grocery prices rising, you may be wondering when it's worth paying extra for organic food. One nutritionist breaks down the best buys for organic food and when you can skip paying extra. #food #nutrition #organic

Tteacher under fire after viral anti-LGBTQ+ tirade

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A Queens high school teacher and youth baseball coach is under investigation after a homophobic tirade caught on camera.

The road rage encounter on Long Island earlier this month has landed the driver, Juan Ynoa, in a world of trouble.

Follow up: Why are the water bills so high? Abilene …

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ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - Numerous complaints from Abilene residents have continued to arise after they've received high water bills from the city.

Recap of Wednesday, September 27 Headlines

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Happy Wednesday, everyone! We're here with the top stories making headlines today. These include AISD approving the TEA's special education plan, Austin nurses to rally and speak this morning, and the WGA strike ending. Read more here: https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/our-children-deserve-more-austin-isd-board-approves-tea-plan-for-state-appointed-monitor/

KXAN News Today | Thursday, Sept. 28 morning headlines

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The Travis County Sheriff's Office launched a page on its website to help solve cold cases, the Austin Police Department says someone is impersonating a sergeant over the phone and threatening arrests, and Austin cooling centers are being closed. Plus, a look at the forecast. More on KXAN.com.

Former newspaper editor honored in retirement, Mayor …

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A veritable Who's Who of influential Abilenians gathered at the Matera Courtyard Wednesday in honor of former Abilene Reporter News (ARN) Editor-in-chief Greg Jacklewicz as he is almost a month into his well deserved retirement. Former media personalities, city councilors and even Mayor Weldon Hurt showing up to celebrate his career.

‘That’s a startling number to receive on your water …

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ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - An Abilene couple was in shock after receiving their most recent water bill, costing them more than $800.

DARRIUS WX CHECK 9.27

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La Niña vs El Niño: What’s the difference between …

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he United State for the past couple of years. The weather pattern has caused serious drought and heat wave after heat wave. In this First Warning Weather University lesson, Chief Meteorologist David Yeomans explores what La Niña is and its little brother, El Niño.

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Texas law targeting ‘sexually explicit’ books set …

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Is buying organic worth the price? Morning in America

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Recap of Wednesday, September 27 Headlines

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‘I started crawling because of how thick the smoke …

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Should Abilene restrict how much water it supplies …

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“I am not above the law” Hamlin business man speaks …

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Excitement, concerns over Cypress Street Project …

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AEF relieves burden of classroom supply costs off …

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Colon cancer cases rise among young patients in West …

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Inside an Abilene homeless encampment. Litter plagues …

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Weather Forecast, Friday, September 29: Sunny, warm, and …

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Wake-Up Weather: sunny with a light breeze as the …

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Weather Forecast: Thursday, September 28: Another …

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Wake-Up Weather: another hot, summer day up ahead …

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Weather Forecast, Wednesday, September 27: Sunny …

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Wake-Up Weather: another warm, sunny day as we close …

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Weather Forecast: Tuesday, September 26-Sunny and …

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Abilene Public Library celebrates fandoms with 3 …

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Betty needs a home

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Life After Loss grief support group to meet weekly …

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Habitat for Humanity to host Homecoming Gala

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Cisco Strong to host 5th Annual Cisco TX Pie Fest

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Hendrick Health offers new treatments for peripheral …

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Abilene Philharmonic to open 73rd season this weekend

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Fresh adaptation of Pride and Prejudice opens at …

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TxDOT to host Car Seat Check-Ups in Abilene and Brownwood

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Savanna needs a home

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“A Tejano Son of Texas” exhibition now open at McMurry …

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HSU Theatre presents Pops at the Pond

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Duo of Slack and Henry is working out

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Close games are not a problem for the Hamlin Pied …

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Brownwood prepares for showdown with Stephenville

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Big Game Bound: Week 4

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Abilene Teachers Credit Union Coach of the Week: …

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Mickey Positives of Failures

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Howard Payne prepares for showdown against Hardin-Simmons

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Wildcats keeping heads high after second loss

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Abilene High’s Dylan Slack is impressing his head …

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Cooper heads into open date with work to do

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Wylie heads into open week with three game winning …

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BCH Sports Mic Takeover: Sweetwater Mustangs

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Former newspaper editor honored in retirement, Mayor …

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Remarkable Women: Abilene Veteran helps 3 Afghan …

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WATCH: Abilene’s first African American church celebrates …

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Help get the Cisco Lobo to the Citrus Bowl

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Abilene Police Lieutenant receives Excellence award …

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McMurry University hosts largest enrollment in school …

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Abilene athlete turned author writes inspiring memoir …

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Working through Labor day: inside an Abilene senior …

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