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'Progress made' in Abilene ISD, Abilene police special meeting Monday

Abilene ISD school board members, Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge and some city leaders, including Interim City Manager David Vela, met Monday evening in a closed session to discuss recent alleged inappropriate student and school employee relationships.

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El Nino outlook weaker than expected

With El Nino being weaker than expected, what does this mean for drought relief.

Man, woman found with 50+ stolen debit, social security cards

A trip to Florida was postponed for a man and woman arrested for fraud late last week.

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1 dozen guns stolen from Abilene home

An Abilene homeowner is without 12 of his guns after they were stolen from his west side home last Sunday.

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Technical issues fixed: MeTV back on air, KTXS back in HD

Technical problems that caused MeTV to go off the air and KTXS to have to be shown in standard definition (SD) – rather than high definition (HD) – have been fixed.

C.A.S.A. group looks to assist children in foster care system

350 children are expected to be in foster care in Taylor County in 2015, and the process can be difficult for many of them. To help out, the ‘Court Appointed Special Advocate’ group has been introduced in Abilene.

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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.

New use for closed Abilene middle school under discussion

The Lincoln Middle School building has been closed since 2007, but it may have a new use in the near future.

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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.

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KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Tracking a break from the chill

Above normal temperatures should continue through Wednesday

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