The land purchased for the new Mary Carroll High School campus is part of a crash zone for the nearby Navy training airfield.
The city in 2012 quietly stopped introducing a chemical into the water supply that is touted by dentists and the CDC alike for preventing tooth decay, and, for a couple of years, kept it that way.
A woman who suffered a severe brain injury in car crash that happened five years ago received closure in that criminal case.
City council candidates who’ve failed to file campaign finance reports gave 6 Investigates plenty of reasons, including some who claim they’ve raised no money, when asked on Wednesday to explain their tardiness.
A list of city council candidates are late or have not yet filed updated campaign finance reports with the city secretary.
A political analyst tells 6 Investigates it can hurt them at the polls.
Kane Beef is in receivership, based on documents obtained by 6 Investigates on Monday.
Like so many homeowners and business owners in the area, Corpus Christi ISD also had damage from Hurricane Harvey – just on a much larger
The deadline for Texas legislators to decide on a 10 percent rate increase for the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association was pushed back Thursday by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
In a special called meeting earlier today, Robstown city leaders took action to try to correct a problem with the upcoming election. But it fell
An upcoming election in Robstown is in violation of state rules. That’s according to state election officials. Robstown city officials have called for a special
KRIS-6 News viewers have a message for City Hall: “Quit wasting our money!”
A new study released by the city’s engineering department has determined Packery Channel was not designed to withstand coastal storm surge seen in recent years, especially from hurricanes like Hurricane Harvey which dealt a major blow to the channel.
Interim City Manager Keith Selman tells 6 Investigates he needed to spend $11,000 on a City Manager suite remodel to correct a problem.
The city’s paid software consultant “Infor” many millions of dollars to help streamline processes and, as we’ve reported before, things are not working out so well.
The company, “Infor,” has earned millions from the city in developing a wide array of enterprise solutions, but not all of them are working as planned, city leaders have said.