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Abilene Regional Airport's request on May ballot

The Abilene Regional Airport is requesting $4.2 million and voters will be able to look over its request on the May 9 ballot.

Rain Totals: Abilene's south side receives 1-3 inches

Showers and thunderstorms began developing in earnest around 9 AM Friday. Many areas around Abilene picked up over an inch of rainfall.

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Abilene man indicted for throwing 1-year-old child to ground

An Abilene man accused of throwing an infant to the ground then choking it's mother back in November is indicted.

Mayor's Hike

Saturday's Abilene Mayor's Hike canceled until April 25

The 2015 Mayor’s Spring Hike along Cedar Creek, previously set to take place Saturday, April 18; will now take place on Saturday, April 25 beginning at 9 a.m.

Experts in Abilene speak about Alzheimer's Disease

According to the Alzheimer's Association 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease in 2015. Friday marked the third annual Alzheimer's Symposium held at the Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Abilene.

GALLERY: Flooding, hail result from Abilene, Big Country thunderstorms

Here are photos from today's thunderstorm that resulted in flooding and hail in Abilene and the Big Country.

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Photos by KTXS photographers Nick Bradshaw, Scott Martin, Jesse Smith and Trent Morrison

GALLERY: Flooding causes traffic to be diverted near Wylie High School

Flooding resulted in traffic being diverted near Wylie High School.

Photos by Nick Bradshaw/KTXS News

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Hunter Hanner

Big Country man still beating the odds: The journey of Hunter Hanner

Hunter Hanner has been fighting a rare blood disorder all his life until he got a bone marrow transplant in June of 2013.  It looked like he was in the clear until about six months ago when he hit another major hurdle.

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United Supermarket on Buffalo Gap to close after Market Street opens

The United Supermarket on Buffalo Gap will close after the new Market Street opens – likely in July – across the street.

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KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Friday storms weakening

We have a chance of storms again for mainly our eastern areas Saturday