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Safety Tips for Halloween

Thursday, October 26, 2017
It's that time of the year again, and KTXS-12 has some tips that law enforcement says is part of a program that dates back to 2004. While your child is going door to door trick or treating, you can usually tell if someone is not... Read More

Missing Elderly Colorado City Woman's Remains Found

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
According to KTXS - 12, The remains of an elderly Colorado City woman who went missing in September of 2015 have been found in Ward County. Ward County is located in Far West Texas. The woman, Sue Martin Noel was 79 years old when she was... Read More

Impending Construction on Winters Freeway: Possible Car Accidents

Saturday, October 14, 2017
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, work is scheduled to begin on a six-mile stretch of the Winters Freeway. The area that is going to be under construction will be the length between Farm to Market Road 2404 to South 7th Street. The project... Read More

Man in Mask Robs Local Scrap Yard

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
According to an article by KTXS 12, Abilene police have taken a man and his girlfriend into custody for robbing a scrap yard. The male suspect is also accused of wearing a mask that was popularized by the Scream movie series when he robbed the business.... Read More

It's October and That Means Haunted Houses are Back

Tuesday, October 03, 2017
When October rolls around, it can mean certain things for different people. Some of us really get into the Halloween spirit and decorate our houses, dress in costume, visit haunted houses, or we do all of the above. While I'm not personally familiar with the... Read More

Officer Shot Himself While Responding to a Dog Attack in Cisco

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
A recent article by KTXS follows up on an incident that happened in Cisco. On Saturday, September 23rd, an officer of the Cisco Police responded to a call about a dog attack and while trying to soot the dog, fell and accidentally discharged the weapon into his... Read More

Top Texas RRC Executive Abruptly Resigns

Monday, September 25, 2017
According to an article by the Abilene Reporter-News, the chief oil and gas regulator resigned rather abruptly, exposing that all is not so well within the Texas agency. One Republican leader has even gone so far as to say that the chairwoman of the agency was... Read More

Dogs Given Shelter from Harvey in Abilene

Friday, September 22, 2017
According to Fox 15, Abilene, 30 dogs from various shelters that have been affected by hurricane Harvey were transported to the Rescue the Animals shelter in Abilene. Some of them have been sent to another shelter in Iowa when they were collected on August 30th. The... Read More

Abilene Woman Involved in Single Car Accident

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
An article by KTXS states that a woman was involved in a wreck on Beltway North after she lost control of her vehicle and went down into a culvert. Her vehicle eventually ended up flipped upside down. Emergency responders came to the scene and it took... Read More

Stamford Woman Killed in Car Jones County Car Accident

Monday, September 18, 2017
According to an article by Abilene Reporter-News, a woman from the town of Stamford was killed in a single-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon. The crash happened in Jones County and involved Frances Cook Buerger, age 82. The DPS safety report for the crash indicated that she was traveling... Read More