Dr. LaNord Bayout provided free screenings for members of the abilene police department swat team at Abilene Regional Medical Center. Dr. Bayout says he wanted to give back to the team that serves the community. Lieutenant Tracy Weems says its important that the officers are not just trained well but physically fit. The swat team is supposed to be in the best physical shape on the department.
KTAB AM Forecast: Friday, May 24th, 2013
More Rain Today, Heavy At Times
KRBC AM Forecast: Friday, May 24th
Today we will begin with overcast skies and as the day progresses some more shower chances will begin. The good news is that today's storms...
Your Safe City: Taylor County Child Advocacy Center
The Taylor County Child Advocacy Center offers details about reporting abuse.
Coffee Club: Hobby Lobby Fights Health Care Reform
Hobby Lobby steps into the courtroom to challenge the Health Care Reform Bill.
Industrial Outfitters of Abilene Lends a Hand to Tornado Victims
Industrial Outfitters, a family-owned business in Abilene, is collecting water and monetary donations to send to tornado victims in Moore, Okla.
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