Many 4-H competitors spent the evening packing up and heading home as the 46th Annual 4-H horse show came to an end Saturday. The final performances started up at 8a.m. Saturday out at the Expo Center. All this week over two thousand contestants made their way to Abilene for the show. From the drill team competition to other horse and roping events, the annual show is not only entertaining, but it acts as a big money maker for the city of Abilene. According to the Expo Center, the eight-day event generates $1.4 million dollars to the Abilene community.
Massive Tornado Causes Devastation, Death in Oklahoma
A mile wide tornado in Oklahoma leaves the town of Moore devastated on Monday afternoon.
Multiple Tornado Touchdowns in Brown & Comanche Counties - Damage Reported
Shortly before 6PM Monday the National Weather Service and a DPS trooper reported a tornado on the ground in the town of Blanket in Brown...
Mother on Trial for Allegedly Hiding Son from Police
An Abilene mother is on trial, accused of not turning her son over to police after he was arrested for his alleged involvement in a...
Texas Drought Continues to Worsen
Drought conditions continue to worsen across the Big Country. Exceptional drought conditions are in place in Jones, Fisher, Shackelford, and Haskell counties.
Walmart Loss Prevention Officer Assaulted, Three Arrested
Three people have been charged with robbery after they assaulted a loss prevention officer at Walmart.
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