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October 31, 2018

Jury awards $68K to family of girl burned on neck by rope

The Travis County jury in Austin awarded the damages against Live Oak Classical School. The girls’ attorney, Levi McCathern, alleged that the 12-year-old girl was long-bullied by classmates, tied a rope around her neck and pulled her to the ground during a field trip in Blanco County in the Texas Hill Country.

Rest Not Always the Answer to Injury

For many Americans who attempt to exercise, there are aches and pains that usually come with it. But for some, these aches and pains can stem from injury or surgery in the past.

Weary migrant caravan rests in south Mexico, asks for buses

Representatives of the group sought Wednesday to negotiate use of dozens of buses to carry the migrants hundreds of miles ahead, as the caravan took at least a day off from the grind of walking and hitching rides in packed trucks from small town to small town.

Who will be the next Nueces County Judge?

KRIS6 News Anchor Priscilla Torres sat down with Democratic candidate Barbara Canales or Republican candidate Mike Pusley, asking them the same questions dealing with Nueces County. Here’s some of what they had to say.

Dallas burial planned for soldier who went missing in 1950

The burial of Army Cpl. Albert E. Mills is scheduled for Nov. 12 in Dallas after testing earlier this year positively identified remains that had been buried for years as an unknown soldier who fought in the Korean War.

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2017 Corpus Christi snow photos

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pearl Harbor

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