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Past articles by Larry:

Everyday Hero Lydia Gonzales makes a difference in the lives of troubled youth

Taylor County Juvenile Probation Officer Lydia Gonzales makes a difference helping troubled youth and their families. → Read More

Sears, a part of Abilene for 90 years, to close

Sears, which has been in Abilene since 1928, will close in March. → Read More

Farm bill compromise signed, clearing way for vote

Lawmakers reached an agreement Monday on the 2018 farm bill which funds key safety net programs, but does not have work for welfare requirements. → Read More

Taylor County grand jury indicts Gary Shane Clinton in death of Lin Rushing

A Taylor County grand jury indicted 41 people, including a man for the death of his former mother-in-law. → Read More

City Sidewalks blasts off with fireworks in downtown Abilene

Santa wouldn't need Rudolph to find downtown Abilene Monday night. He could follow the red glare of fireworks. → Read More

Brownwood woman arrested for capital murder in connection with death of 2-year-old son

Brownwood police arrested Vanessa Nicole Narvaez on Monday in connection with the death of her 2-year-old boy. → Read More

Firefighters battling two-alarm fire at Abilene apartment complex

The Abilene Fire Department was called to the Indian Run Apartments at 1 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

Teen killed in Scurry County wreck

One person was killed Friday in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. HIghway 84 north of Snyder. → Read More

Caravan traveling 650 miles on Texas Forts Trail, with a stop at San Angelo's Fort Concho

On Thursday, a group of intrepid travelers embarked on a more than 650-mile, three-day journey through 29 counties on the Texas Forts Trail. → Read More

Clearing skies expected for Abilene beginning Sunday

Rain quits for the West Texas Fair parade, but more expected Saturday. → Read More

Abilene police say Lin Rushing death ruled a homicide

The death of Arlinda “Lin” Rushing has been ruled a homicide, the Abilene Police Department reported in a news release Wednesday. → Read More

Update: U.S. 83 in Jones County open; More rain in forecast

Rain is in the forecast, can the fair be too far behind? → Read More

Abilene man shot and killed over argument about trash in alley

Two people were arrested in connection with the death of Aaron Howard. → Read More

Update: Abilene police arrest sexual assault suspect

Abilene police arrested a suspect Thursday afternoon in connection with four sexual assault cases that occurred Wednesday and Thursday. → Read More

Abilene receives $1.8 million federal grant to hire 15 firefighters

More firefighters will be added to Station 8 on Buffalo Gap Road. → Read More

Texas State 4-H Horse Show leaving Abilene for Bryan

Organizers for the Texas State 4-H Horse Show have announced Bryan will host the event for the next five years. → Read More

Three killed in head-on collision near Ballinger

A car apparently ran off the road and swerved back on, hitting another car head on. → Read More

Haskell man dies when his pickup hits feral hogs on the highway

Stetson James Cantrell, 19, of Haskell was pronounced dead at Haskell Memorial Hospital where he was taken after the wreck. → Read More

Man shoots himself at Abilene's Hendrick Medical Center

A 23-year-old man walked into the triage area of the Hendrick Medical Center emergency room and shot himself Wednesday evening. → Read More

2018 Abilene area runoff results: Scott Kniffen wins Callahan judge nomination

Results will be posted after votes are counted tonight. → Read More