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Prison bus crash officers remembered at memorial service

Their duty was to serve; Wednesday, others remembered.


Dyess Big Country AirFest draws 26,000 people

If you were out at the Dyess Big Country AirFest... you weren't alone!

The two day event on May 2 and 3 brought about 26,000 people to Abilene.

Fire at Abilene duplex on Amarillo Street suspicious

Fire did heavy damage to a house in Abilene on Wednesday night.


Residents cite problems at downtown Abilene apartments

Neighbors at a downtown historic apartment building say they're living without dependable water or air conditioning.

Abilene State Park pool to reopen after being closed since 2013

The Abilene State Park swimming pool will reopen for the 2015 season after being closed since August of 2013.

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Holland Medical High School principal honored

Gail Gregg was named Administrator of the Year for the Region 12 Career and Technical Association of Texas.

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Mothers to get in free Sunday at Abilene Zoo

Celebrate mothers this Sunday at the Abilene Zoo!

Senior citizens event promotes health and fitness

City of Abilene Senior Services Division hosted the annual Wellness Jamboree on Wednesday.

GALLERY: Peace Officer Memorial observance in Abilene

KTXS photographer Joe Fry captured the local Peace Officer Memorial observance, held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Abilene/Taylor County Law Enforcement Center. The yearly observance honored Middleton Unit Officers Christopher Davis and Eligio Garcia, who were killed in January's prison bus crash in Penwell.

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Busy weekend in Abilene to bring millions to economy

This upcoming weekend will be one of the busiest in the city of Abilene.

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KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

Mark Rowlett: Storm risk Wednesday night

Large hail is likely from strongest storms