For the second year in a row, local non-profit Fish For Life is donating money to take kids Back-to-School shopping.
He’s known best for his role in the iconic film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Talking about Ben Stein.
CORPUS CHRISTI – The Coastal Bend Blood Center needs your blood, especially if you are O positive or O negative.
125 students from 13 local school districts had a chance to shop for back to school clothes thanks to a non-profit.
Meet a couple of “volunteens” who give back by running what’s called the Jolly Trolley.
Remember the first day of school? How excited you were to see your friends again and even sport a new haircut, new backpack, new school supplies.
Giving kids the basic necessities to start school on the right foot, that’s the goal of Operation Supply Our Students.
Same people, different look. That’s how folks are describing the new salon inside J.C. Penney The Salon by InStyle opened its doors today. J.C. Penney has partnered with the fashion and beauty experts at InStyle to create a new cutting edge salon experience.
The United Chamber of Commerce awarded scholarship money Friday to deserving Coastal Bend students. Five students received $1,000 each thanks to the Mano A Mano
Get ready to party this Thursday night at the Art Museum of South Texas. The second annual Local’s List Party starts at 6:30 p.m. and it promises to be a great time. Jordan Regas, publisher of The Bend Magazine says "it’s a party. The locals list is our best of the city type event.
Solving the Mystery of the Missing Animals at the Museum of Science and History It’s a case for CSI. Or even for our KRIS 6 Investigative team.
They’re the first group of girls to take part in a new leadership program for young girls called VANTAGE. VANTAGE is a community based empowerment program for teenage girls that hopes to increase engagement in success-oriented activities that will help them learn how to set goals and how to reach those goals. Our Katia Uriarte was the first mentor they met with this week.
Paws up. It’s a pet therapy program that can be found at several hospitals and clinics here in the Coastal Bend.
History allows people to understand where they came from, and the Centennial Museum on Park Avenue in South Bluff Park is a prime example. Today, the museum unveiled a new historical marker on their grounds.
70 years ago. Just 4 years after WWII ended, a new tradition started in Aransas Pass. It was called the blessing of the fleet. Now known as Shrimporee. It started in 1948 when Aransas Pass was the Shrimping Capital and the city wanted to bless the start of the shrimping season. And the tradition continues. Shrimporree will kick off this Friday despite Hurricane Harvey and the destruction it left behind. Rosemary Vega, Organizer of Shrimporee and C.E.O of the Aransas Pass Chambe…