For the past eight years the Dyess We Care team has made a difference throughout the Big Country. Saturday, the top volunteers were honored. More than 40 community service projects were completed by the Dyess we care team this year. KRBC's Darcy Deupree takes a closer look at all that the group has accomplished.
After the Tornado: Blanket Students Shocked, School Rebuilds
Students at Blanket ISD were shocked Tuesday as they returned to their school to see the damage done by a tornado Monday night. School has...
Schools, Hospitals Prepare for Severe Weather in Wake of Tornado Outbreak
From schools and hospitals to the city of Abilene, everyone has a plan in place. But it's not just about having protocols and procedures --...
The Community of Blanket Starts Clean-up After A Tornado Tears Through the Area
As you walk down these hallways, the dark classrooms and water soaked floors paint a deep reality of just what the city of Blanket dealt...
KTAB PM Forecast: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The cold front has passed through the Big Country and Heartland and things have calmed down late this afternoon. Overnight, temperatures will fall to around...
Bill Lets Police Take Guns From Those in Mental Crisis
Police would have new authority to take firearms away from Texans who are in a mental crisis under a bill the House approved on Tuesday...
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