The location of a new school campus could threaten the future of the Navy’s investment in South Texas.
6 Investigates crept in close enough, late last year, to get a good look at the barges, which broke loose from their dolphins during Harvey and ended up in the dunes.
A conversation about whether to lease more city land to a private company for $1 per year could resurface again with the newly elected City Council.
For years, devices known as “Bump Stocks” were classified as attachments and therefore, not regulated by the federal government.
Drive anywhere these days, you’ll come up against some road work that might force a detour, work-around or a longer-than-average wait in traffic.
But is all the work making a dent in the city’s mammoth street maintenance and repair program?
A sewage spill behind a local meat packing plant has raised environmental concerns and prompted a state investigation.
The federal government successfully auctioned more than 4,000 acres last week for oil and gas operations beneath Choke Canyon and now, fresh concerns that the plan could jeopardize our water supplies.
The dealership sale of a local Subaru will not affect two pending state investigations. Dozens of people have claimed Corpus Christi Subaru never transferred
The ads caught our attention so we decided to check on, specifically, here in the Coastal Bend. The ad, a stock photo promising a $400-a-month rent to own home with luxuries like an outdoor pool and spa, a dog run – even a business center with conference room – located on a local golf course.
The Navy has plans to extend its potential crash zones around airfields in Corpus Christi.
Letters mailed before the November mid-terms highlight individual voting patterns and advise them that someone will be checking back not only on the recipients of the letters, but, their neighbors to see if they actually went to the polls.
State District Judge Guy Williams has been off the bench for more than a year. During that time the state paid more than $66,000 to keep the court in session.
What began as a simple agenda item on Wednesday’s County Commissioner’s Court meeting has raised new questions in the ongoing debate concerning multi-million dollar taxation lawsuits filed by some of the county’s largest property owners.
A letter the Navy sent to the CCISD superintendent in March outlined the noise and safety concerns about the location of the new Mary Carroll High School campus.
While the federal government moves ahead with plans to open Choke Canyon up for more oil and gas exploration, 6 Investigates finds the city’s earning millions in royalties from it.