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Abilene City Council set to make moves on Possum Kingdom pipeline

Abilene City Council is planning to take its first steps towards bringing in water from Possum Kingdom. It would entail building a pipeline to a new treatment facility outside of Breckenridge.

Victory Life Academy to compete in robotics competition

Victory Life Academy's first year robotics program will be judged in the BEST Robotics program this weekend. 

Friends, family celebrate Brownwood man's 100th birthday

Bill Peirson, a local Brownwood man and WWII vet, turns 100 years old on Sunday but you wouldn't be able to tell. Words that are used to describe Bill include fantastic, terrific and indestructible.  

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Early Voting begins Monday, are you prepared?

Early Voting begins Monday, October 20th. Here is what you need to know for the weeks leading up to Election Day.

City of Abilene weighs in on bounce house safety

City of Abilene officials have expressed concerns about using stakes in city parks in order to secure bounce houses.

Brownwood ISD saves millions by refinancing bonds

Brownwood ISD has found a way to save millions of dollars and lower its tax rate again. By refinancing 2005 bonds, BISD has saved $4.6 million.

Brownwood ISD saves millions by refinancing bonds

Brownwood ISD will be refinancing bonds issued in 2005, saving the district $4.6 million.

Health Care Fraud

Psychiatrist with Abilene, Brownwood clients faces 52 fraud counts

A San Angelo psychiatrist who provided services to clients of mental health and retardation organizations in San Angelo, Midland and Abilene – and foster care children from Brownwood – has been arrested on 52 counts of health care fraud.

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Hendrick negotiations fail - again

Negotiations between Hendrick Health System and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas have once again failed, a statement from BCBS said Wednesday.

High winds pose a threat to bounce houses in the Big Country

Two young children were hospitalized after high winds sent a bounce house into flight on Sunday in New Hampshire. The Big Country is not a stranger to high winds, KTXS spoke with a local bounce business to find out what they're doing to keep their equipment on the ground.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking low-end rain chances into midweek

No major weather systems will be traversing West Texas over at least the next week or so. Therefore, rain chances stay on the low side.