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Truck rolls over on I-20 due to slick roads

A couple was transported to Hendrick Medical Center after their truck rolled over on I-20.

Police: No one being pursued, no suspects in Mesquite Street murder

Last week’s homicide in the 800 block of Mesquite Street in Abilene remains unsolved.

Global Samaritan Resources joins fight against Ebola

Global Samaritan Resources in Abilene detailed plans Wednesday to help in the fight against Ebola in West Africa.

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Neighbors against rezoning of Campus Court property for coffee shop

Many neighbors are against the recent proposal to rezone a home into a coffee shop on Campus Court.

A look inside the DRI Pumpkin Patch through eyes of volunteer

What does it mean to be a volunteer? Just ask one of the countless volunteers that have lent a helping hand with an annual fundraiser for Disability Resources Incorporated, a nonprofit agency, for adults with developmental disabilities.

Stage 2 water restrictions in effect for the city of Abilene

The city of Abilene is enacting Stage 2 water restrictions, Mayor Norm Archibald announced Tuesday. That means watering will be limited to once every two weeks.

Delivery driver dangers spur safety precautions in Abilene

When we think about dangerous jobs, delivery drivers might not immediately come to mind.

Abilene man gets 7 years behind bars for stabbing girlfriend

An Abilene man accused of stabbing his girlfriend in October 2013 is set to spend seven years in the state penitentiary after a plea deal. 

Traffic delays, no injuries in 1-vehicle Winters Freeway crash

Traffic was backed up on Winters Freeway Tuesday evening after a single car ran into the guardrail on South 7th and Winters Freeway overpass.

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Major improvements could be coming to Taylor County Expo Center

The Taylor County Expo Center could be getting a much needed makeover.

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Anthony Domol: Sunny and very warm for the weekend

Unseasonably warm temperatures return on Friday and last into next Monday. A cold front drops our readings back down closer to normal on Tuesday.