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Don Allen

Don Allen

Search warrants: Abilene officer's death a 'premeditated act'

Search warrants reveal new information about the investigation into the murder of 27-year-old Don Allen, an Abilene police officer.

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Dry conditions in Big Country lead to Labor Day fire concerns

Did any of you see smoke in the sky Wednesday afternoon? You're not alone -- that smoke originated from a large grass fire north of Abilene.

United Way of Abilene shows appreciation with lower gas prices

People filling up their gas at H-E-B and Market Street got a little help at the pump from volunteers raising money for charity in Abilene Wednesday.

Clyde neighbors react to Abilene police officer's homicide

The news of Abilene police officer Don Allen’s homicide spread quickly through the small town of Clyde Monday night.

Don Allen

Don Allen

Homicide: Abilene police officer killed in Clyde identified

The death of an off-duty Abilene police officer has been classified a homicide, Police Chief Stan Standridge said during a news conference Tuesday.

Abilene August weather review: 11 100+ degree days, little rain

August weather played kind in some ways but not in others.

Raccoon causes Abilene fire that results in $20,000 in damages

Fire officials say a raccoon got into power lines and started a fire Tuesday morning that caused an estimated $20,000 in damages to a shed in the 3300 block of Maple Street.

Sunflowers sow seeds for a good dove hunting season in Abilene

Dove hunting season in the Big Country kicked off Tuesday, and many eager hunters set out to try their aim. This year, they're getting a little hunting help from sunflowers.

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Abilenians asked for suggestions on new South Branch library

The city of Abilene is asking for suggestions on the design of the new South Branch library in the Mall of Abilene.

Abilene officer's 'suspicious' death topic of 4 p.m. news conference

The “suspicious” death of an off-duty Abilene officer will be the topic of discussion during a news conference – led by Police Chief Stan Standridge – scheduled for 4 p.m. today at the Law Enforcement Center.  

Video: Your Latest Forecast

(img1)Tracking Storms 9-03-15

Hayden Nix: Tracking slight changes to the Labor Day weekend forecast

Dry weather will stay with us through the weekend but temperatures have changed slightly. 

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