Elizabeth Weiss

Crime/Courts Reporter

POSTED: 1:27 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 11:53 AM Jun 19 2014

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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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Abilene City Council removes City Recreation Center from proposed bond package

The Abilene City Council removed the $9 million proposed City Recreation Center from the possible bond package on Thursday.

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Abilene voters may consider $80M bond package for city improvements

Abilene city leaders now have $80.6 million in projects that may be included in a bond package for voters to consider likely in May.

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Abilene City Council approves other items on meeting agenda

The bond package wasn't the only item on the Abilene City Council agenda on Thursday.

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Miller family to head back to Scripps National Spelling Bee -- this time with son

It looks like one local Abilene family will be making a trip back to Washington, D.C. for the fourth year in a row to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

State Rep. King proposes legislation for food stamp program changes

State Rep. Susan King is hoping to make some improvements in Texas, specifically to the state's food stamp program.

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

One in five children in the United States in 2014 received food stamps.

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Joseph Thomas Foundation brings together 'medically fragile' children for triathlon

For families who have kids with disabilities, it can take an emotional and financial toll on their life. The Joseph Thomas Foundation offers financial support and help for medically fragile children in the Abilene area.

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Veteran raises money for possible Vietnam memorial in Abilene

An Abilene man and Vietnam veteran is doing what he can to honor the lives lost in the Vietnam War.

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28th Annual "TET" Veteran Reunion held at Taylor County Expo Center Saturday

For the 28th year in a row, veterans from around the nation came to Abilene for a big reunion.

Power of positive thinking an asset for Parkinson's patients

One million people in the United States currently suffer from Parkinson's disease, many of whom take medication.

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Families welcome home airmen at Dyess Air Force Base Sunday

Sunday was a memorable day for many military families here in Abilene. Airmen from the 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Maintenance Group and the 7th Operations Support Squadron came home after a six-month deployment in Qatar.

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Abilene Regional Victim Crisis Center continues helping victims, trains new volunteers

When victims of violent crimes are looking for help, they sometimes reach out to the Regional Center in Abilene.




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