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Closings and Delays

Latest List: Closings & delays for Abilene & the Big Country

Weather conditions, including possible snow, causing closures and school delays Friday.  Take a look at the latest list.

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Tie-breaking vote keeps proposed rec center off Abilene bond proposal

Abilene City Council on Thursday discussed the possibility of adding a proposed $9 million citywide recreation center back into the May 2015 bond election.

Vote to reinvest to revitalize south downtown Abilene put on hold

Abilene City Council temporarily removed items from Thursday's agenda regarding new TIRZ projects.

Abilene street services having busy week

The Abilene Street Services division is responsible for maintaining and repairing city roads in Abilene. It is also responsible for clearing the streets of ice and snow, as well as repair any potholes caused by the recent winter blast.

Abilenians enjoy break from ice, taking advantage of snow day

How did you feel waking up Thursday morning with a light blanket of fluffy snow on your car?

McMurry band invited to London for New Year's parade

The McMurry Warhawk Marching Band has been invited to play in the 2016 London New Year's parade.

Man injured in drunk driving accident 'Speaks Up!'

As part of the D.R.I.V.E Safe Coalition by the Texas Department of Transportation, the "Speak Up!" event came to Abilene on Thursday.

(img1)Truck slides into dumpster after sliding on Abilene road

WILD VIDEO: Truck slides on Abilene road, crashes into dumpster

KTXS viewer captures truck sliding and crashing into dumpster on icy road in the 200 block of E.S. 11th Street in Abilene about 7 a.m. Wednesday.

The driver apparently wasn't hurt and immediately left the scene.

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Magazine ranks Abilene Christian graduates debt in Top 10

Graduates of Abilene Christian University in 2013 left school with the 10th highest amount of debt per student, according to a recent survey by U.S. News and World Report.

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Abilene City Council: May election, bond package set for final vote

Abilene City Council is ready to tackle some business Thursday, including the finalization of the city bond package.

Video: Your Latest Forecast

KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Tracking more snow

Winter Weather Advisory for much of our area Friday

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