Elizabeth Weiss

Crime/Courts Reporter

POSTED: 7:24 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 11:53 AM Jun 19 2014
Elizabeth Weiss

Raised in Houston, Elizabeth Weiss joined the staff as the crime/courts reporter in June 2014.

Elizabeth graduated a semester early from Abilene Christian University in 2013, with a bachelor of science in convergence journalism. While in college, she was the anchor, writer, and producer for the campus newscast and a reporter for the school newspaper. She also was an intern at FOX 26 Houston, the summer before her senior year.

In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys photography, music, and reading. She is very excited to begin her career at KTXS with the support of her friends and family.


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Filing kicks off for Abilene City Council Place 6 seat

Friday began the first day for those wanting to run for the Abilene City Council Place 6 seat to file their paperwork. Former Taylor County GOP chair Joy Ellinger officially filed to run.

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Proposed Abilene coffee shop sparks controversy

For some, a coffee shop close to home might be a good thing. But a recent rezoning request to turn a house into a coffee shop has many Abilene neighbors upset.

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Early voting underway for November 4 elections

Early voting for the Nov. 4 election began Monday and will run through Oct. 31.

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Dr. Kent Brantly and family given special honor at ACU Homecoming parade

While it was homecoming weekend on Abilene Christian University's campus, things looked a little more crowded than usual.

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Confirmed Ebola case in Dallas, health officials not concerned about a U.S. outbreak

The 2014 Ebola outbreak began spreading throughout Africa in March. It is now in four different countries in Africa and has killed more than 3,000 people.

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Experimental drug helps American doctor and nurse infected with Ebola

An experimental serum for Ebola recently given to Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantley is raising some questions.

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Volunteers help clean up Kirby Lake

Abilenians of all ages grabbed some trash bags and did their part in helping clean up Kirby Lake this past weekend. The cleanup was hosted by the Keep Abilene Beautiful organization.

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Abilene MOPS organization hosts 'Touch a Truck' fundraiser

Kids in Abilene got the chance Saturday to experience what it's like to ride in a firetruck or police car. Abilene Mothers of Preschoolers, or MOPS, hosted an event called Touch a Truck.

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Cancer Services Network hosts annual walk, mothers share their story

Nearly 350 people came out to Frontier Texas Saturday to benefit the Cancer Services Network. The event is used to honor cancer survivors, those still fighting the battle, and remembering those who lost it.

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Abilene RC Society hosts annual Chopper Madness event

If you see unmanned aircraft flying at Sea Bee Park in Abilene this weekend, don't be alarmed.

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Lower gas prices help out Abilene businesses

Gas prices have dropped significantly in the past two months. In Abilene, gas was an average of $3.29 per gallon in August. The lowest price seen on Thursday was $2.91 a gallon.

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Dyess Air Force Base renames Child Development Center for ex-senator

A former United States senator was honored in a big way Wednesday at Dyess Air Force Base.




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