Members of the community got a first look at the new multi-million dollar patient care tower at Christus Spohn Shoreline. The ten-story building, which is
KRIS 6 News is exploring a number of topics that will impact our city and region over the next 10 to 20 years. When it comes to our economy and jobs market, experts say our present boom could be the foundation for a solid future.
Every Halloween, there are plenty of kids out trick or treating into the evening. That’s why Nueces County continues its annual effort to make sure
People from all walks of life coming together and taking part in the 10th annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.”
Four years after a voters approved a bond for it, the city is ready to move forward with an improvement project for North Beach. Council members will have to approve the construction contract before the project moves forward.
The agreement gave Kane Beef millions in taxpayer funding to create jobs and increase its bottom line. However, the company failed to meet a key term of the deal and must now pay back part of the incentive.
A local pastor hosted a meeting to talk about ongoing utility billing issues after some of his members brought him bills ranging from more than $1,600 up to $4,000.
Dr. Tony Diaz wants to find out why the school district did not know that the organization’s charter had been revoked in 2015.
Work continues to bring a drought-resistant water supply to Corpus Christi. Today, the city council received an update on the project to construct and operate desalination facilities.
It was a day nearly 50 years in the making for Ricardo Gonzalez. He was finally presented with the medals he earned during his military service during a ceremony today at Sherrill Veterans Memorial Park.
Residents bring disputes over high water bills to city council
With the threat of localized flooding, Corpus Christi emergency responders took a proactive approach in one neighborhood.
Joshua Sorensen was fired by the Nueces County Sheriff’s Office in July 2016, then a county commission upheld the termination. That’s when he filed a lawsuit.
The discovery of dead fish is a common sign of red tide but it’s not the only one. Researchers are still looking into the exact cause of this recent occurrence.
For decades, the city has considered desalination as a solution to bringing a sustainable water supply to Corpus Christi. Now, some of the city’s largest