Local United Chamber of Commerce has new leader
June 3, 2019
A local non-profit is seeking donations during busy months
Suspicious injuries have Mathis police investigating death of 80-year-old man
Chain closes North Carolina stores over racist receipts
By the end of this week you could have been paying more for electricity, but the city council postponed AEP Texas’ proposed rate hike
Fishermen reel in $1-million worth of cocaine
City says plumbers will still ‘need a valid license’ to operate in Corpus Christi
Area beaches will be packed during the hot summer months. And as we’ve seen recently, they can be dangerous.
So where do lifeguards come in?
City is giving away FREE sandbags to residents using a nifty machine
Instead of a graduation bash, this high school senior threw a pizza party for the homeless
In anticipation of a potential tropical storm in the Rio Grande Valley, multiple cities are now distributing sandbags.
Hurricane season officially kicked off this past weekend.
Veteran King baseball coach Gabe Perez has been moved from his current coaching position at the school.
We have had a few stray showers with the afternoon seabreeze, being fueled by the heat of the day, but most of us have remained
A barge that’s been sitting in the bay since May 10 remains unmoved.