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
The Harvey Grateful Fence outside the Texas Maritime Museum in Rockport gives people a chance to leave items and notes of encouragement for those who have helped them in the recovery process.
There were some tense times at a community meeting between Animal Care Services and people who live in an area of recent dog attacks. Several neighborhood pets have been killed.
An elderly man who found himself in an emergency at his home. Fortunately, a couple of brave young boys were there to help him out. The new experience has now bridged their generational divide.
A local family wants others to be on alert for a phone scam that uses a startling hoax to hook its victims. These criminals are using violent threats to make some quick cash.
While the battle over DACA continues in the courts, a local non-profit agency is encouraging recipients of the program to not wait on their renewals.
There are no shortage of tributes in Corpus Christi to Selena, the “Queen of Tejano.” Now, one of them is about to get a major makeover.
Just a few years ago, Premont ISD was on the verge of being shut down by the Texas Education Agency. Now, the district is celebrating a B grade under the state’s new accountability rating system.
The city council is delaying a vote to lease more land to a developer for just $1 per year for a proposed sports complex.
CORPUS CHRISTI – The fate of the old Kings Crossing clubhouse is now in the hands of the homeowners in that neighborhood.