Testimony has started in the voter fraud trial of Robstown utility board trustee Robert Gonzalez.
Two other people, 77-year-old Rosita Flores and 57-year-old Cynthia Kay Gonzalez, have pleaded guilty in similar voter fraud cases out of Robstown.
Nueces County Chief Appraiser Ronnie Canales tells 6 Investigates refining giant Valero is denying appraisers access to their Nueces County properties in what he considers a new tactic in the running battle over the company’s annual property tax valuations.
Packery Channel is in worse shape than it was after being damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
Packery Channel needs some major repairs and it’s going to cost millions of dollars to fix it.
The man tapped by the City Council to lead the embattled IT department out of its recent troubles is up for a contract extension, 6 Investigates has learned.
The city is paying one man big money to fix the city’s broken utility-billing system.
And, it looks like he’s making progress.
The men, known as the “Citgo 6,” include Corpus Christi’s Alirio Zambrano. Zambrano is one of five American citizens included in the group. The men are accused of embezzling from the company, which is owned by the Venezuelan government.
It’s been more than 500 days since Citgo employee Alirio Zambrano left his home here in Corpus Christi, flew to Venezuela and ended up in a government-run jail there.
Texas lawmakers have taken a key step late yesterday in the Republican-led push to overhaul state tax laws.
It’s a topic 6 Investigates tackled last week.
The fight to keep a popular gulf-side restaurant is expected to head to Washington, D.C.
Unlike school districts, which receive billions in state tax funding, city and county governments depend largely on ad valorem (property) taxes to function
State lawmakers wonder if a one-size-fits-all reform approach to stem rising property tax rates does more harm than good.
County taxing entities revenue millions a year from new properties that come online and yet, they’re not included in local budgets.
The “Boeing Decision,” a Texas Supreme Court ruling that says private businesses doing business with public entities can withhold key financial information about those dealings, if releasing it puts the business at a competitive disadvantage.