Alice power-lifting girls take home first State Championship ever
The next generation of entrepreneurs will have the chance to learn more about succeeding in the business world.
It was a moment years in the making for the family, loved ones and colleagues of slain Border Patrol agent Javier Vega, Jr. The Sarita Checkpoint was renamed in his honor during a ceremony Wednesday.
Plans for this project began about 4 years ago with former County Judge Loyd Neal and former Sheriff Jim Kaelin seeking a way to ease jail overcrowding and stay in compliance with the state.
Mayor Joe McComb delivered his annual progress report of city operations at the “State of The City” Wednesday. He spoke to a sold out audience at the American Bank Center.
Port of Corpus Christi Commissioners learned about plans for a feasibility study to how the area could cash in on the cruise ship industry.
An appeals court has stopped momentarily the Port of Corpus Christi from taking action on a potential multi-billion dollar project on Harbor Island.
55-year old Ricardo Landa died after he got into a fight with someone on the 200 block of North 19th Street on March 27, 2016.
On May 11, kids throughout the Coastal Bend will be setting up their stands hoping to strike it rich in the lemonade business.
Under current law, a property owner can claim a homestead exemption on unlivable property for only two years after a disaster. However, the bills would extend that exemption period to five years.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, 20-year-old Roberto Emmanuell Beltran has four outstanding warrants for Sexual Assault of a Child, Evading Arrest with a Vehicle, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Attempt to Commit Aggravated Kidnapping.
The man who was injured in a rollover accident on the J.F.K. Causeway has been released from the hospital. According to family, Mike King
KRIS 6 News noon anchor Mike Gillaspia talks with Kristal Quiroga, the area director of “A World for Children.”
A group of Nueces County Park employees found an ATM and a safe submerged in water near the J.F.K. Causeway.
Corpus Christi Animal Care Services is hoping that if you decide to add a pet to your family, you will consider adoption. A good candidate might even be our Pet of the Week!