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  • Man killed in Barrow St. truck rollover

    By Christian Collins, Reporter/Weekend Producer, ccollins@ktxs.com
    Published On: Oct 25 2014 12:42:14 PM CDT
    ABILENE, Texas -

    A 37 year old male was killed after losing control of his white Chevrolet pickup early Saturday morning.

    According to police on scene, the man was traveling at a high rate of speed south bound around a curve just past South 7th and Barrow St.

    They say he then ran into a curb, and flipped his truck which threw him from the vehicle.

    He was pronounced dead by the Taylor County Justice of the Peace at 4 a.m.

    Witnesses at the scene also said that the man was traveling at a high speed right before the accident.

    Police say he was the only person involved in the accident.

    Investigation of the accident is currently underway, and an autopsy will also be performed.

    As of now, it is unknown if alcohol was a factor in the crash.

  • SCOREBOARD: Latest football scores from Abilene, the Big Country

    Published On: Sep 28 2012 09:05:54 PM CDT
    Updated On: Oct 25 2014 07:26:50 PM CDT
    FFN Logo 2014

    Abilene High 24, Midland Lee 17 (Final)

    Abilene Wylie 40, Snyder 10 (Final)

    Abilene Christian 66, Ovilla Christian 58 (Final)

    Bangs 14, Jim Ned 13 (Final)

    Colorado City 56, Ballinger 13 (Final)

    Sweetwater 63, Monahans 34 (Final)

    Big Spring 64, Stephenville 57 (Final)

    Graham 58, Mineral Wells 58 (Final)

    Cisco 49, Wichita Falls City View 12 (Final)

    Early 40, Merkel 26 (Final)

    Breckenridge 23, Bowie 6 (Final)

    Eastland 33, Henrietta 14 (Final)

    Munday 64, Petrolia 6 (Final)

    Highland 58, Hermleigh 8 (Final)

    Stamford 40, Anson 6 (Final)

    Hamlin 46, Haskell 28 (Final)

    Winters 46, Bronte 14 (Final)

    San Saba 6, De Leon 3 (Final)

    Baird 56, Cross Plains 28 (Final)

    Tolar 39, Goldthwaite 26 (Final)

    Perrin-Whitt 41, Ranger 16 (Final)

    Post 14, Coahoma 13 (Final)

    Loraine 92, Trent 46 (Final)

    Roscoe 30, Roby 14 (Final)

    Miles 36, Menard 10 (Final)

    Albany 20, Santo 6 (Final)

    Coleman 46  Stanton 16 (Final)

    Crowell 54, Rotan 0 (Final)

    Midland Greenwood 14, Fort Stockton 7 (Final)

    Holliday 34, Jacksboro 14 (Final)

    Pecos 51, Lamesa 36 (Final)

    Plainview 28, Lubbock Cooper 18 (Final)

    Electra 41, Seymour 14 (Final)


  • AISD teacher cleared to return to work after possible Ebola exposure

    By Christian Collins, Reporter/Weekend Producer, ccollins@ktxs.com
    Published On: Oct 24 2014 12:51:52 PM CDT
    Updated On: Oct 24 2014 08:03:56 PM CDT
    ABILENE, Texas -

    A teacher from Bonham Elementary has been cleared to return to work Monday after being on a cruise ship with a hospital worker who came in contact with lab work for Ebola victim Thomas Duncan.

    “The teacher that will return to school in AISD has been completely cleared,” said Heath Burns, AISD Superintendent, “There is no threat of contagion in the district anywhere at this point and we don’t anticipate the event of any threat in the future.”

    While on the ship, the hospital worker was isolated from all other 4,100 passengers including the Bonham teacher.

    The worker was monitored and eventually tested negative for the virus.

    The teacher was cleared by local, county, as well as national health officials to resume normal activities.

    “All persons on that cruise ship were cleared,” said Burns, “There were no identifications of the virus on the cruise ship or with any of the passengers.”

    To inform parents that the teacher was cleared to resume work, AISD sent a letter to parents informing them about the situation.

    “The letter carefully states that there is no risk…” said Phil Ashby, Spokesman for AISD, “… The letter was necessary to let parents know that we are not trying to hide anything from them. We knew there were some precautions that they would probably want us to do in this case so we took them.”

    “We are all fortunate that there wasn’t anything to worry about,” said Ashby.

    Although the teacher was cleared when the teacher arrived back in Texas, AISD took an extra precaution and gave her an extra week off.

  • Texas pastor resigns after prostitution arrest

    Published On: Oct 25 2014 02:22:41 PM CDT
    Texas Flag news
    AMARILLO, Texas -

    Officials say a pastor at a Texas Panhandle church has resigned after being arrested on a prostitution charge.

    The Potter County Sheriff's Office says Cameron Tate Reeves was arrested on the misdemeanor charge at an Amarillo motel on Thursday.

    The Amarillo Globe-News reports the 34-year-old Reeves was a pastor for Hillside Christian Church's campus in the town of Canyon, where he had served since 2009. Canyon is located about 20 miles south of Amarillo.

    Reeves was released from jail after posting a $1,000 bond. Jail records did not list an attorney for him.

    In a statement, Hillside Christian Church said Friday that Reeves had turned in his resignation and that the church was "saddened by this situation."

  • Police: Houston man rapes teenage girl, toddler

    Published On: Oct 24 2014 09:25:50 AM CDT
    Updated On: Oct 24 2014 09:25:57 AM CDT
    HOUSTON (AP) -

    A registered sex offender in Houston is charged with raping a 14-year-old girl and a 2-year-old girl and infecting them with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

    The 33-year-old man was charged this week with super-aggravated sexual assault of a child and sexual assault of a child. Houston police say he raped his ex-girlfriend's teenage daughter and his infant niece.

    The investigation began in 2013 when the younger child was brought to the Texas Medical Center. Both victims were infected with herpes and doctors had to preform reconstructive surgery on the younger child.

    The suspect was sentenced to four years in prison in 2004 after sexually assaulting a different child.

  • Stamford vs Anson Post-game: Ligon West

  • Stamford rolls over Anson 40-6

  • Henrietta vs. Eastland

  • Bangs vs. Jim Ned

  • Hannah Graham's remains identified

    The remains of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham were positively identified Friday. Her remains were found behind a remote house that was abandoned years ago.