With February here, Love is in the air. Aside from the romantic aspects of Valentine’s Day there’s more to love than just flowers and hearts. KACU’s Zane Goggans with the help of Kelly Jo, has this inspiring story of an Abilene couple with an inspiring and unusual tale of love.
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An ACU bus carrying twelve students, 3 faculty and a spouse was in an accident traveling to Medina Children’s Home for an annual service project. Many were treated for injuries at varying hospitals and one student, sophomore Anabel Reid was killed in the crash.
KACU-FM News At Noon
Reporter: Blane Singletary
Terry Johnson has been working with area residents for over seven years to help with planning for college and balancing family budgets. Most of the people he’s assisted come from lower income or disadvantaged areas. Now he’s launching a new initiative that gives local businesses affordable advertisement, and helps high school students learn [...]
You’ve seen the commercials, who wouldn’t want more money? And how can you save money and help protect the earth at the same time? Matthew Woodrow speaks with a local author Diedra Holley about how she cut her bills in half and reduced her global footprint.
The News At Noon
Air Date: Oct. 29, [...]
Organic is not a new buzz word, but we’re hearing it a lot more these days. With the opening of a new organic grocery on South Clack Street, an infamous member of the Locavore movement making an appearance a few months back at ACU (Joel Salatin), and the locavore movement making a louder noise in [...]
When the government announced that nationally there would be a deficit, political groups and pundits immediately started hailing what programs needed to be cut to balance the budget. In our state, a similar process is taking place as Texas leaders announced a $29 billion budget shortfall. As with most budget deficits, the first [...]
February is Black History Month. Across the country different people celebrate the month in a variety of ways. Over the years, the celebration of African-Americans in history has changed. In some cultures the focus has narrowed to a certain group of African-Americans, while in other places the celebration has taken a lesser [...]
With a major military installation such a huge part of our city, aircraft have long had a prominent role in Abilene. And we as residents have a long fascination with flight. Each year flight fans, civilians and members of the military come together to celebrate the art of flight at the Abilene Airfest. [...]
Shriners Hospital has a long standing relationship with IHOP, the restaurant most known for its pancakes. Each year, IHOP contributes part of its revenue to assist the Shriners Hospital. With more information and insights into this partnership, KACU’s Zane Goggans reports.
The News At Noon
Reporter: Zane Goggans, with Keyi Zhou
With modern technology, we aren’t accustomed to having equipment last more than a few years. Even in the auto mobile industry, once a car reaches 25 years old it’s considered an antique. One would think the same rules would apply to our military. But when you have a piece of equipment that [...]
In the information age, we’re transfixed on learning how well things are working, what’s not working so well at all, and what our city, state, and national leaders are doing to fix the problems we see. A few weeks ago, the national stage was set for President Barack Obama to deliver his State Of [...]
Joel and Trish Trublood have owned and managed TruBlu Catering for many years in Abilene. Recently they’ve taken a dive into another realm of the food industry-restaurants. Adding to that they are also opening their doors on Tuesday nights for one-on-one cooking instructions with chef Joel Trublood. Despite the tough economy and [...]