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August 30, 2018
CORPUS CHRISTI – Mayor Joe McComb isn’t mincing words regarding the American Bank Center’s request of $250,000 of Type A money for the Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi Police Officers say last year from January to the end of August, officers made about 829 DWI related arrests. As for this year, officers have made an estimated 914 DWI related arrests.
CORPUS CHRISTI – Del Mar College’s South Side campus has taken a major step forward. The new campus will be located near Rodd Field Road and Yorktown Boulevard.
Thanks to an abundance of tropical moisture in the Gulf of Mexico moving west, we saw some scattered showers and thundershowers over the area today.
Taft’s financial picture plays a role in their code enforcement challenges, the tiny town’s top executive tells 6 Investigates.
At Ray High School, football head coach Craig Charlton wants no shortage of knowledge in the stands.
According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, agents discovered the immigrants inside of the trailer during an inspection at the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 35, north of Laredo.
According to the U.S. Coast Guard, crews stopped the lanchas with a total of seven Mexican fishermen onboard.
A 19-year old man is facing serious charges after he told officers he left a toddler in the backseat of a car while going into a store. That car was then stolen with the child still inside, according to officers.
It’s always been a question how Manning could throw apparently hard bullet tosses at child actors. On Wednesday at an appearance in Indianapolis, he cleared up how the skit came about.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Six has formed in the far eastern Atlantic.
A university in Ohio has told a recent graduate to stop advertising an open-carry gun rally on campus because she doesn’t have permission to hold the event.
In addition to seeing talented artists at work, Arts Alive will have great music, local craft beer, food trucks and dozens of hands-on creative activities for the entire family.
President Donald Trump said that there’s no reason to spend a lot of money on military wargames with South Korea, but he warned he could “instantly” relaunch the exercises again and they would be “far bigger than ever before.”