About 10,000 utility customers are seeing inaccurate bills, lately, because of some problems with the city’s enterprise billing platform.
A 6 Investigates story earlier this week reported that a local car dealership is under investigation for selling cars and failing to transfer the titles.
CORPUS CHRISTI – Dozens of people have complained that they bought cars from a local dealership and later found out they didn’t actually own the vehicle – someone else did.
Investigative reporter Jessica Savage sat down with a woman who has waited almost 5 years for her day in court.
Former City Attorney M. Michael Meyer is suing the City of Corpus Christi for discrimination and retaliation after being fired last summer, despite outstanding performance reviews and public praise from his own bosses as a “seasoned attorney,” who won cases the city might have otherwise paid to settle.
The Texas Windstorm Insurance Association was already unpopular in Port Aransas – the town asked the state to investigate the association earlier this year, claiming low – and slow-claims payments.
A 6 Investigates report on Taft’s code enforcement problems moved a couple of men to become part of the solution. The report, which aired July 20, shined a light on a problem many residents lay at the feet of Taft City Manager Denise Hitt, who, according to some, has taken a hands-off approach to code enforcement. Meanwhile, abandoned lots and vacant homes dot the town and in many cases, weeds stand five- and six-feet tall, attracting rodents and other pests, like mosquitoes. Pete …
Back in May, KRIS 6 News told you about a deal with the City of Corpus Christi and SQH Sports. The City Council was close
There’s probably oil and gas beneath Choke Canyon, itself a large link in the city’s water supply chain, and now the federal government wants to open thousands of acres below the lake for oil and gas fracking. The moves comes about a year after the government leased about 1,600 acres for fracking below Choke Canyon, over the protests of not only environmental concerns, but, the City of Corpus Christi. It’s a situation we’ve been following for quite some time and, as always, the publ…
The Interstate 69 project now working its way across Texas is expected to be an economic shot-in-the-arm for many communities, but 6 Investigates finds the project carries a significant downside, for one community, in particular.
An internal leaked by several sources to 6 Investigates seeks to reassure Spohn associates that the system’s chosen anesthesia services provider – "EmergencHealth" – is staffed by "highly qualified and experienced" team. The memo, from Christus Spohn President Justin Doss, also criticizes our on-going reporting into the system’s decision to contract with EmergencHealth. Read Doss’s full memo, here: And yet, neither Doss, nor EmergencHeal…
Tall weeds, overgrown lots, dilapidated homes – 6 Investigates takes a trip over the bridge to the tiny town of Taft, where residents accuse city leaders of being lax on code enforcement problems. If you live in Taft and would like to report a code enforcement problem, call: 361-528-3512
CHRISTUS-Spohn hospital is asking the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists (TSA) to cease and desist interviews and statements to the media concerning the ongoing controversy into its anesthesia services model, an official with the TSA confirmed on Monday.
Back in May, KRIS 6 News told you about a deal with the City of Corpus Christi and SQH Sports. The City Council was close to leasing additional valuable city land to the group for just a $1 per year. And at the time, SQH claimed to have extensive experience in San Antonio. It’s experience the company says it will use to build a $25 million dollar sports complex, off the Crosstown Expressway. KRIS 6 Investigates obtained a copy of an internal memo that listed SQH Sports&
6 Investigates Follows-Up: Physicians call for State Medical Board investigation into Spohn’s anesthesia program
One of Texas’ largest medical societies is calling on the Texas Medical Board to launch an investigation of CHRISTUS-Spohn hospital’s decision to hire "EmergencHealth" as its primary anesthesia services provider.