The Transit Tax in Washington County hit the courtroom Friday morning. Earlier this week an injunction was filed by attorneys for Fayetteville resident Coleman Taylor, claiming Tuesday's transit tax vote should be stopped because it was incorrectly sent to the people by the Washington County Quorum Court. Division Four Circuit Court Judge Chadd Mason heard arguments from both sides. The hearing lasted less than 2 hours. Judge Mason says he will have his written opinion by 5 p.m Friday. For more on this story click here.
Abilene Business Helps Tornado Victims
An Abilene business is doing its part in helping out victims of the recent tornadoes, in both Texas and Oklahoma.
Solar Powered Plane to Fly Over Abilene
A solar-powered plane will be flying over Abilene late Wednesday evening as a part of a flight across the nation.
AISD to Participate in Summer Food Service Nutrition Program
Abilene ISD will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program which provides free meals for children under the age of 18. The program runs...
Birdwell "Disappointed" With Stalled Campus Carry Bill
State Sen. Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, is "frustrated and disappointed" by the seemingly insurmountable obstacles to passing a bill permitting the concealed carry of firearms in...
Fuel Company Donates SUV to Local Charity
Alon Brands, a Texas fuel company, gave a new sports utility vehicle to the Alliance for Women and Children Wednesday morning.
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