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Buffalo Gap Road area booming, residents react

Buffalo Gap Road was once a mainly residential area, but now commercial buildings are becoming more popular. For business owners it is a great opportunity to expand and expose their business, however people living in the area are not so sure.

House fire on Portland Ave., no injuries reported

Abilene firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in the 600 block of Portland Ave. They got the call about the fire at about 9 o'clock Thursday evening.

Pat Smith Think Pink Luncheon

NFL legend's wife shares her story of loss at Think Pink luncheon

The American Cancer Society estimates 40,000 women will die from breast cancer this year. ACS says awareness is key.

Abilene mother whose child tested positive for meth gets probation

An Abilene mother is facing probation time and $750 fine after her baby tested positive for methamphetamine.

City of Breckenridge nears Stage 3 water restrictions

Breckenridge has been under Stage 2 water restrictions for years, meaning residents could only water their lawns once a week. Now, with Hubbard Creek Reservoir levels declining, even stricter water regulations are in the town's future.

Dyess planes

Dyess airmen deployed to help contain Ebola outbreak in West Africa

More than 35 airmen and two C-130Js have been deployed from Dyess Air Force Base to move supplies, medical equipment and other materials to help contain the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa.

Mickey Don Butler

Mickey Don Butler

New details revealed in murder of 42-year-old Clyde man

New details have emerged in the weekend murder of Jacob Oscar Pinner in Callahan County.

Mark Rowlett

Behind the scenes of the seven-day forecast

Have you ever wondered how meteorologists come up with rain chance percentage?

ACU proposes closing Agriculture & Environmental Science Department

Abilene Christian University could eventually have three less majors, although it's not official yet.

Abilene Civic Center holds 21st annual Texas Midwest Conference

The Midwest Community Network held their 21st annual conference at the Abilene Civic Center on Monday.

Video: Your Latest Forecast

KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Tracking showers and cooler temperatures

Fair skies and cool temperatures are back for Halloween Friday

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