Football Frenzy: Where the crews will be tonight
It's Friday, and that means the Football Frenzy is back. (Sept. 8, 2023)
ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - The Abilene City Council held a special meeting Tuesday morning to get a look at updated renderings of the Cypress Street Corridor project, presented by a local design firm. The new detailed design ideas would include everything from lighting and landscaping to an audio system.
Abilene, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - Have you heard of the STAR Grants? It's a program within the Abilene Education Foundation which recognizes some stellar teachers in town in hopes of relieving some of the burden teachers face supplying their students with tools for success. Tuesday, two Abilene ISD elementary school teachers were honored for their dedication to their students.
ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - An Abilene father and daughter were both diagnosed with colon cancer just two months a part. Through their story, which some are calling an anomaly, we've learned there has been a rise in colon cancer diagnoses in younger patients in our area.
ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - After months of planning and not quite two weeks before the event was set to commence, the Abilene Pride Festival was cancelled. It was set to be held at the Taylor County Expo Center to accommodate a larger crowd, but the expo center pulled out, citing an issue with a lack in security presence. Nevertheless, the parade will go on as planned.
A new report found mold, overflowing toilets and other terrible conditions at U.S. military barracks. Lt. Gen. Richard Newton, the senior national security contributor, joins "NewsNation Prime" to discuss the report saying beyond health, the conditions have a "tremendous impact on morale."