San Patricio leaders to consider incentives for $1.8B steel mill plant proposal
A local judge has dismissed a lawsuit against KRIS 6 News by a car dealer who accused the news station of inaccurate reporting. KRIS 6
After months of negotiations behind the scenes, a developer’s plan to build a Southside sports complex appeared in front of city leaders Tuesday evening, but
6 Investigates spoke with one local nonprofit group that that is fighting for some of that insurance money, and they say the new system is flawed.
A policy change by the district attorney meant to save taxpayer money doesn’t add up.
A new high school campus to be built in a Navy crash zone is getting another look by school officials.
Gonzalez didn’t disclose the policy change to the public, judges and the sheriff’s department.
More than 130 complaints about foul odors coming from Kane Beef Processors prompted multiple investigations during the past two years.
The location of a new school campus could threaten the future of the Navy’s investment in South Texas.
A zoning request to redevelop six acres of a vacant nursing home site would not allow a private detention facility.
A sewage spill behind a local meat packing plant has raised environmental concerns and prompted a state investigation.
The dealership sale of a local Subaru will not affect two pending state investigations. Dozens of people have claimed Corpus Christi Subaru never transferred
Hicks Family Subaru is now open in Corpus Christi. The Hicks family bought the Subaru franchise and became an active dealer on Nov. 28.
The Navy has plans to extend its potential crash zones around airfields in Corpus Christi.
State District Judge Guy Williams has been off the bench for more than a year. During that time the state paid more than $66,000 to keep the court in session.