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Chili's employees post inappropriate pics on social media, one fired

Cooks employed at the South Clack Chili's took inappropriate photos of their body parts. They decided to moon the camera and then post the photos on Facebook.

Two-alarm fire causes evacuation of Spanish Arms apartment complex

Abilene fire crews responded to a fire at the Spanish Arms apartment complex at North 6th and Merchant Street.

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Abilene police take man into custody after chase

A 23-year-old man was taken into custody around 3 p.m. Tuesday after police say the man was spotted driving erratically and running red lights around North 1st Street and Sayles Boulevard.

Marc Orner answers your questions

Abilene psychotherapist weighs in on Ferguson reaction

National headlines are buzzing about the reaction in Ferguson after the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of teen Michael Brown.

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Veterans Thanksgiving dinner available again this year

The Taylor County Veterans Service Office is again providing Thanksgiving dinner for veterans, the needy, anyone who may be alone this Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving dinner shopping

Need to know info for last-minute Turkey Day shopping

If you need to hit the supermarket over the next few days to pick up those last-minute cooking essentials, be prepared to be patient.

Salvation Army Angel Tree Signup

Salvation Army needs help spreading Christmas cheer

The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree will provide children in need with toys, clothes and basic necessities.

'Light up a Life' fundraiser supports hospice patients

The annual “Light up a Life” fundraiser is going on at the Mall of Abilene through Christmas Eve.

Taylor County commissioners looking to fill vacant job

The Taylor County Commissioners Court has started looking for a new administrative assistant.

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City looks to replace trees damaged in June Abilene hailstorm

The city of Abilene is looking to replace about 39 Afghan pine trees damaged in the June hailstorm.

Video: Your Latest Forecast

KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Tracking another dry cold front Wednesday

A warming trend should begin Thanksgiving afternoon

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