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September 10, 2018
City Development Services is asking City Council to adopt preliminary FEMA flood maps that could potentially change the course of growth and development in Corpus Christi.
Corpus Christi police say the driver of a truck that was seen slamming into another car along Highway 361 and along S.P.I.D., will face additional charges.
Governor Greg Abbott has ordered the Texas State Operations Center (SOC) to elevate its readiness level as a potential tropical system is expected to develop and move into the Gulf of Mexico and toward the Texas coast later this week.
An unstable atmosphere combined with rich tropical moisture will lead to more rain in the Coastal Bend.
When motorists cross over the Harbor Bridge and prepare to exit onto North Beach after heavy rain, many will turn around. For many years, heavy
A Fulton man trying to repair the hurricane damage to his home. But he hit a real stumbling block when his mortgage company refused to release his insurance money.
Corpus Christi police responded to a Southside convenience store after getting reports about a man who caused damage to a credit card reader at a gas pump.
Oscar De La Hoya is already putting together an exploratory team gauging what his realistic chances to be president might be.
Affordable housing in Port Aransas has been a concern for years, but city officials and businesses believe they may have a solution to the housing shortage.
Port Aransas could be getting $8 million in help from the state that would go toward building a new housing complex. Because grant money would be used, just over half of the homes would be for families with low-to-moderate income. The facility would look somewhat like an apartment complex, with 60 to 140 units.
The Corpus Christi Fire Department drone had an interesting view of this morning’s truck that jackknifed at Interstate 37 and Labonte Park.
New Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper obviously enjoyed whipping up on “America’s Team” in his first game after buying his new team.
KRIS 6 will show the “Until 20” documentary beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday.
One of the city’s oldest high schools has received a face lift. New windows have been installed at W.B. Ray High School. Those repaired are
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