Fans at Thursday’s Corpus Christi Hooks game were part of baseball history, as the team hosted the first-ever phones-free game by a professional ball club.
The Corpus Christi Hooks want their fans to unplug tonight.
The Corpus Christi Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children task force continues its work to protect children from online predators. Investigators are also encouraging parents to do their part to keep their children from being victimized.
As recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey are still going strong in the Rockport area, leaders are now focusing on rebuilding the community’s workforce. That’s the mission of a new initiative called “Build Your Resume on the Beach.”
Experts continue to encourage drivers to do their part to keep our air clean by checking their vehicle emissions for free.
Nearly a year after a recommendation to city council to explore ways to diversify our water supply, seawater desalination continues to emerge as the best option, according to city staff. It won’t be much longer before they decide on the best place to build that facility.
The Port of Corpus Christi is already one of the nation’s leaders in exporting U.S. crude oil. Soon, there will be even more crude headed to our region with the announcement of two pipeline projects.
Trevino was initially charged with capital murder in connection with the January 2015 shooting. Last August, she pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of retaliation as part of a deal. She was facing up to 20 years in prison.
Thousands of rape kits across Texas, including some that have been sitting on shelves for years, remain untested. Thanks to a new law recently signed by Governor Greg Abbott, that backlog could soon be cleared. Local leaders believe it will bring swifter justice to more victims.
The lawsuits, each filed in federal court in May, involve incidents from this year and last year.
A barge and sunken tugboat that have been in Corpus Christi Bay for three weeks were supposed to be moved today. However, the barge that was en route to remove them hit some rough waters.
While plumbers across Texas are upset about the elimination of a state board to license and regulate their industry, a local expert believes the change isn’t necessarily negative.
A new bill will allow property owners to appeal their tax bills that date back for years. However, opponents say it will only creates bigger problems for taxing districts and stretch local budgets.
Officials are urging safety on our area beaches this Memorial Day weekend after a man disappeared in the surf on Mustang Island and was later
For years, we’ve been reporting on the lack of affordable housing in Port Aransas and what it means for the people who work there. Many of them have to live in surrounding towns leading to pricey and inconvenient commutes. Now, the RTA is offering some help with a new route.