Local food bank ready to help needy government workers affected by shutdown
Losing a loved one can be tough and not knowing what options you have after can be even more of a challenge.
Neighbors on the Island are stepping in to lend a helping hand that will benefit the United States Coast Guard Sector – Corpus Christi by passing out chili and drinks.
Transportation Security Administration workers were treated to a free catered lunch as the partial government stretched to its 28th day on Friday.
The folks at Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend staff can provide information on job opportunities not only for furloughed workers, but also for those who are scrambling to making some income to help make ends meet.
According to city officials, an upcoming project will address residential streets in Corpus Christi that are in poor condition.
Many volunteers came together to help revitalize the garden of the History Center of Aransas County.
One business that has been open at Sunrise Mall for decades is War and Peace Limited. Store owner Noe Bocanegra says he will be moving out very soon.
The current beautification project from bond 2012 is a big step forward in the master plan.
Corpus Christi health services have released the Surveillance of Flu Illnesses Annual Comparison of Weekly Cases.
Students from Texas State University and the University of Indianapolis were in Falfurrias today as part of Operation Identification.
State lawmakers gather in Austin every two years to review existing laws and create new ones. A big task for many is figuring out how to pay for state government.
Nueces County Judge Barbara Canales started her first day on the job by making the rounds at the courthouse.
Over dozens of community members and leaders came together to celebrate Kwanzaa over at the Oveal Williams senior center.
So far in 2018, 1,332 DWI arrests have been made in Corpus Christi. That’s 73 more arrests than the 1,259 made in all of 2017, and officers don’t want this years numbers to get any higher.