The Corpus Christi Police Department is going public about its concerns with a new policy at the district attorney’s office for dealing with certain misdemeanor cases.
Rockport-Fulton High School is one step closer to having a brand new gym, thanks to some help from the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Several area labor unions are speaking up about the government shutdown and urging lawmakers to end it so federal employees can start getting paid again.
President Trump was joined by family members of law enforcement officers killed by undocumented immigrants, including the mother of a Kingsville Border Patrol Agent murdered in 2014.
Conditions at national parks have worsened since the partial government shutdown. However, visitors to Padre Island National Seashore have taken a hands-on approach to keeping conditions clean.
Despite the use of fireworks being illegal in Corpus Christi, many people say plenty were set off near their homes. Mayor Joe McComb says it may be time to revisit the ordinance that bans them.
The oaths of office taken by Barbara Canales and Dori Contreras were significant for Nueces County. They were the first women sworn in to serve in their respective seats.
Managers of the Corpus Christi Cross project are ready to start building the centerpiece of the site and marked the construction of the cross itself with a lighting ceremony.
We’re used to seeing lights around homes and other buildings during the holidays, but thanks to a new partnership between the city of Corpus Christi and CITGO, one historic area will be lit up year-round.
Doctors and nurses were armed with sledgehammers and helped knocked down a wall in the Mother-Baby Unit for the ceremonial demolition.
The Corpus Christi Fire Department held a demonstration today to show that danger. It only took a matter seconds for a natural tree to become fully engulfed.
Eight-year-old Miriam Lopez only had one wish for Christmas. She wanted to see her mother, who serves in the Army and has been deployed in Afghanistan for nine months.
With Spohn Memorial set for eventual closure and demolition, the county health district now wants to sell the property.
After years of discussion, the “cite and release” policy will soon be a reality in Nueces County. Commissioners approved the purchase of a fingerprinting device that will clear the way for the program to start.
After barricading himself in a room for more than two hours, a man wanted for aggravated robbery surrendered to police.