The heavy rain we’ve had recently may have been too much of a good thing. Homes all across the city are covered with tall grass and overgrown weed, and you don’t want your yard to catch the attention of the City’s Code Enforcement officers.
We begin with breaking news from Alice where an indictment has been announced in the 1974 cold case murder of an Alice police officer.
APPD says the Law Enforcement/Public Safety Lifesaving Medal is presented anytime an officer or firefighter saves the life of another person.
The recent rain has also left many yards with overgrown grass and tall weeds. If that sounds like your yard, you want to mow it soon or face a fine from code enforcement.
Need a reason to visit Port Aransas over the Memorial Day weekend? Then consider checking out the 14th annual Artfest.
Federal prosecutors say 23-year-old Yabar Ayan Portes-Arevalo of Katy was sentenced Monday in Corpus Christi to 21 months.
Aransas County has a new place for bird watchers and nature lovers to enjoy.
Dress to impress and bring plenty of resumes for the chance to kickstart your career at this 19th Annual Job Fair.
Many may not realize that spring time leading into summer, is kitten season. This is the prime time of the year that cats breed, which means it is possible to find a litter of kittens in random places around town. But Corpus Christi Animal Care Services says, if you see a litter, do NOT pick them up!
No one hopes to ever be faced with a situation where someone’s life needs saving, but everyone should be prepared for the chance it could happen.
One of the growing ways to help is with an initiative called Stop the Bleed.
Fire Crews are on their third hour battling a fire at an Alice, Texas business
SAT test makers uses ‘Adversity Score’ to take students’ hardships into account
George West High School alumna returns to mentor current students
Video doorbells provide security, can aid police
‘The Voice’ contestant from Waco performing at La Palmera Mall