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.
Cline Shale Consortium to Prepare Towns for Effects of Oil Boom
Life in Texas towns affected by the Cline Shale oil boom is bound to change in a big way, but people from all over the...
Texas Higher Ed Graduations Increase, Board Finds
Texas public universities awarded more than 50,000 bachelor's degrees in spring 2013, an increase of more than 5,000 from 2012, according to preliminary data from...
Criminal Justice Bills a Mixed Bag for Business Group
This session, the Texas Association of Business put a focus on legislation related to criminal justice, as it advocated for bills aimed at helping ex-offenders get...
Webcast: Video Released of Officer Shot During Traffic Stop
The Montague County Sheriff's Office has released the dash camera video of a shooting incident in which a sheriff's officer suffered three gunshot wounds.
Abilene, Hamby Fighting Grass Fire North of I-20
Firefighters from Hamby and Abilene are fighting a large grass fire near the 2200 block of north Elmdale Road just north of I-20.
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