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Brownwood police arrest man on outstanding warrants, also find gun and drugs in truck
Christopher Jacob Anderson, 27, of Brownwood, was arrested on Friday on multiple felony charges and he remains in the Brown County Jail on bonds totaling $100,000, according to Brown County Jail records.
Abilene woman indicted for aggravated robbery
ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) -An Abilene woman was indicted Thursday for one count of robbery and another count of aggravated robbery Thursday, according to court documents.
Agenda Posted for August 20th Brownwood ISD School Board Meeting
The Board will discuss the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment duties, discipline, or dismissal of public employees or officials.
Shots fired at south Abilene business
ABILENE, Texas —Abilene police say shots were fired at a south Abilene business.According to the incident report, Nathan Carey was inside The Sound Shop at 282 Ruidosa Avenue when someone shot at his business around 11:50 a.m. on Wednesday.He did not know the noise he heard was gunshots until he fou
Abilene man suspected of hiding camera in Whataburger restroom indicted on other charges
A Taylor County grand jury indicted TJ Paul Helser, 38, for possession of meth and endangering a child.
Indictment: Abilene man robbed 2 convenience stores on his birthday, stole $104
According to court documents, McKnight walked into the Allsups in the 3000 block of Pine Street, about 11:45 p.m. on May 4, with a plastic sack over his head.
Ballinger Feeling Good About 2018 08-16-18
Ballinger, TX - The Ballinger Bearcats are working hard at two-a-days under second year head coach Chuck Lipsey. This season, the Bearcats are feeling confident about this upcoming season.
Abilene police find marijuana and cocaine at north-side house, arrest two
Abilene police find marijuana and cocaine at north-side house, arrest two(Photo: Getty Images)Abilene police executing a search and arrest warrant in north Abilene on Tuesday arrested two men on drug charges.Police said a 25-year-old man was found to be in possession of 4.23 ounces of marijuana, whi
The Principals Office: Christine Young, Northwest Elementary - Brownwood News
Written by Ben Cox – With a new school year not only knocking on the door, but begging to come in, lets take a look at what back to school looks like from a unique perspective. In this series of articles, we will visit with each of Brownwood ISD’s principals to see what they think about returning to
LEADING LADIES OF BROWNWOOD: NANCY ANDERSON - Brownwood News
Written by Ben Cox– would like to offer a “tip of our cap” to a selection of women in town that have made a positive impact on the lives of those around them. Whether by profession, or pastime, these community leaders contribute a rich part to the fabric of Brownwood, and we feel they deserve to ha
The Principals Office: Jenny Swanzy, Woodland Heights Elementary - Brownwood News
Written by Ben Cox – With a new school year not only knocking on the door, but begging to come in, lets take a look at what back to school looks like from a unique perspective: the principal. Over the next few articles, we will visit with each of Brownwood ISD’s principals to see what they think abo
5 turtles decapitated at Abilene's Cal Young Park
ABILENE, Texas —The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is investigating after five turtles were found decapitated at Cal Young Park in Abilene.Mikayla Jackson said she was hanging out at the park around 1 p.m. Monday when she found the turtle heads sitting on a picnic table near the E.S. 11th Stree
Brownwood man arrested for indecent exposure was chewing on fentanyl patches
David Mosman, 61, of Brownwood, was booked into the Brown County Jail on Monday for possession of a controlled substance under 28 grams, according to the Brownwood Police Department.
After Adversity-Filled Year, Coleman Eyeing Return to Glory
The Bluecats struggled to keep their varsity numbers up, which completely depleted their junior varsity team. In turn, the Bluecats had to field an inexperienced team. That showed with their 3-8 record. Prior to the 2017 season, the Bluecats looked like a rising power in Class 3A Division II, going
Brownwood schools starting year with three school resource officers
BROWNWOOD, Texas —Brownwood schools are taking extra safety measures for this school year by hiring more school resource officers.Brownwood Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Joe Young told KTXS News on Monday that they hired one SRO and are planning to hire another one.Dr. Young said th
New Mexico woman trying to reunite dog with Abilene family
Friesen says the dog, who went missing around August 4, "was left there by the owners who were unable to catch her to go home, so [they] left here there with some dog food."
Caught on Cam: Early police searching for box trailer theft suspect
Video released on social media Monday shows the suspect drive up to a parking lot on the 100 block of East Industrial Drive around 4:30 p.m. Sunday and take several items from a trailer, including a DeWalt brand table saw, chop saw, and impact drill.
Abilene police arrest man for eighth driving with invalid license offense
A man was stopped for failing to signal a turn. A K-9 alerted to the odor of narcotics from the vehicle, but police did not find any drugs. However, they found an open beer can wrapped in a brown paper bag in the center console. Police said the driver admitted the beer was his. He was cited for driv
Three things to do in Abilene this weekend including boot-scootin'
Sweller at Eller.The last dance at Eller Hall before school starts appropriately will have the Last Dance Band performing from 7 to 10 p.m. It's on a Friday night this time. Eller Hall is at 201 Mesquite St. in downtown Abilene. It's a family event, with no alcohol permitted. Food trucks are on site
Abilene ISD's Board of Trustees vote to add bond of $138.7 million on November ballot
A total of $35 million of the proposed bond would go toward constructing a Career and Technology Education Center, with the remaining $103.7 million going toward changes recommended by the Master Facilities Planning Committee, including replacing three elementary schools, which are Dyess Elementary