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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Shaliko Lee McGee, 20, of Abilene.

Man arrested in murder of Baird woman, 3 other warrants issued

An arrest has been made in the Jan. 17 murder of a Baird woman.

SNAP Program

Number of food stamp participants up in U.S., Texas

The number of children on food stamps in 2014 in the US is the highest number since 2008.

Waze social mapping service

WAZE app causes tensions with law enforcement nationwide

Some features on a traffic app have recently caused tensions between law enforcement and the app's developer.

Study reveals more expensive pills better treat Parkinson's disease

Expensive pills might be the better way to go when it comes to treating Parkinson's disease.

Abilene Christian University sees rise in dorm drug arrests

Abilene Christian University police have arrested four students in the past three months for marijuana possession.


Abilene High School presents satirical musical 'Urinetown'

After more than 320 hours of rehearsal and four shows, the curtain has closed on Abilene High's production of Urinetown the musical Sunday afternoon.

Zambia Medical Mission

Abilene mission organization sends donations to Zambia

The Zambia Medical Mission in Abilene works to provide help in Africa by providing supplies for medical use, education and religious purposes.

Abilene resident shares story after being laid off from oilfield job

After booming for five years, the oil industry is quieting down, especially in Texas.

CBS televises ACU game

CBS Sports nationally televises ACU basketball game Saturday

It was a big day for Abilene Christian University students and sports fans. Their basketball game against Stephen F. Austin was nationally televised on CBS Sports for the first time.


Albany one step closer to allowing sale of alcohol

The town of Albany is one step closer to no longer being a dry community.

Bill Waugh

Coworkers, friends reflect on life of Taco Bueno founder William Waugh

After the passing of Taco Bueno founder William Waugh on Tuesday, those he worked with and others have reflected on the impact he had on their lives.

Abilene Public Library - South Branch

New librarian begins talks to expand south Abilene library branch

The Abilene Public Library could be expanding one of its branches in a big way.




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