Loved ones of Ryu Barrientes are already dealing with unimaginable grief following the five-year-old’s tragic death . Now, his family is dealing with more heartache after relatives say a scammer is trying to profit off of the tragedy.
A small act of kindness by a local officer is now making a big difference in the life of a woman who’s battling cancer.
The deadline for the Voluntary Acquistion and Relocation Program for people in the Hillcrest and Washington-Coles neighborhoods is now just a month away.
As we come to the one-year anniversary of the Margie Rose resignation, the council assuredly is feeling pressure.
Nearly a month after announcing six candidates for a new permanent city manager for Corpus Christi, the city council is expected to narrow that list down to three or four finalists.
Thieves are using waterways to commit their crimes. They’ve struck several times on Padre Island in just the past week, using kayaks on the canals to steal things from the back of people’s homes.
A man shot by a Corpus Christi police officer was not involved in a pair of robberies at a nearby convenience store, according to CCPD Chief Mike Markle.
A local non-profit is scammed out of more than $12,000 after it became the victim of online bank fraud. Now, staff at the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center want to keep others from going through the same thing.
A turf war is brewing between the city of Corpus Christi and San Patricio County following a resolution to support annexation of up to 1,500 acres. San Pat County Judge David Krebs calls the move unfair.
It was a moment years in the making for the family, loved ones and colleagues of slain Border Patrol agent Javier Vega, Jr. The Sarita Checkpoint was renamed in his honor during a ceremony Wednesday.
It was just over a year ago that city council had concerns about how the American Bank Center was managed by SMG. However, the facility’s general manager told council members that operations are now trending in a positive direction.
Proposed bill from local lawmaker would eliminate some STAAR exams
Under a current recommendation by CCISD staff, some Kaffie Middle School students would be required to attend another school as early as next school year. Officials says Kaffie is at capacity and needs “immediate alleviation.”
Kane Beef is asking all employees to attend what’s described as an important meeting next week. For some 750 furloughed employees, they may finally find out if they’re getting their jobs back.
The sale of Kane Beef has closed, but it’s still unclear exactly when the plant will reopen and employees will return to work.