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The Jim Ned football team will find out of the rigors of their district prepared them for what will be one of the best teams... [Read More]
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Comanche and Nocona square off at a neutral site in Mineral Walls at 7 p.m. Friday. [Read More]
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T.J. Helser, 39, of Abilene, was indicted Thursday on two counts of invasive visual recording stemming from June bathroom recordings at a Whataburger... [Read More]
Polk-Key City Classic results, pairings (11-16-18) [Read More]
Natural gas reaches 4-year high. [Read More]
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Bishop Lynch's NCAA Division 1 athletes prove too much for Cooper as they cruise to an 88-33 win... [Read More]
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Offices moved to a temporary location while restoration crews clean up damage from Thursday's fire. [Read More]
A ninth-grade student died Friday morning while a student group from Abilene High School was in Grapevine, Superintendent David Young said... [Read More]
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Atmos Energy's extreme weather policy for disconnects mirrors state guidelines. [Read More]
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Beer and wine will soon be on tap for movie-goers at the Mall of Abilene. [Read More]
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Nathan Lowery, Joshua Davis and Janna Calloway were indicted in aggravated kidnapping incident reported in August... [Read More]
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Downtown Abilene was a beehive of activity Friday with a crew in a crane at the Windsor Apartment Homes to remove bees and bats. [Read More]
Tags: Windsor - Abilene - Bees
Intoxication, burglary, assault among other cases worked by police in incident reports released Friday,... [Read More]
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Big Country oil and gas permits and completions. [Read More]
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A two-alarm fire at the Abilene Reporter-News on Thursday morning caused staff to evacuate and the building was severely damaged. [Read More]
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The Wylie girls basketball team against Salado in the first round of the Polk-Key City Classic at Bulldog Gym. [Read More]
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The Wylie girls basketball team scored the first 11 points against Salado and never looked back Thursday night at Bulldog Gym. [Read More]
The Abilene City Council approved $810,000 for capital projects, $540,000 for Capital Improvement Program items, $270,000 for a new Minor Improvements Program. [Read More]
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Here's a look back at Abilene Reporter-News buildings. [Read More]
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