Nowadays, many of us are glued to our cell phones when we have down time because, let’s face it, we’re on social media. But taking a break from it could be good for your mental health and overall well-being.
Former Carroll and Woodsboro head football coach Jerry Long has resigned as athletic director and head football coach at Edna after an investigation by a local sheriff’s office.
U.S. measles cases have climbed to their highest level in 25 years, largely because misinformation is turning parents against vaccines.
A Texas Department of Criminal Justice official says four prison guards have been fired and two others resigned over insensitive comments posted on social media.
Many of us are glued to our cell phones because we’re always on social media.
But some people are taking a break from it.
The Corpus Christi City Council has selected Peter Zanoni to be our new city manager.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said late Tuesday that the boy’s name and phone numbers were written on his shoes when agents found him that morning.
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi University has a brand new pavilion.
The first nesting sea turtles of the season were spotted on Easter Sunday at Mustang Island. Visitors saw the Kemp’s ridley turtle laying eggs and reported it immediately. The sea turtle laid 78 eggs, which were moved to the Padre Island National Seashore’s Division of Sea Turtle Science and Recovery for incubation.
The Rodeo Corpus Christi begins Thursday at the American Bank Center, and riders are practicing for this weekend’s competition.
A program designed to relieve jail overcrowding has gone into effect.
Corpus Christi firefighters arrived at the blaze near the intersection of Buford and Bluntzer Streets at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
This week, representatives from Corpus Christi’s code enforcement and solid waste services will partner with the Texas General Land Office and Texas Parks and Wildlife to kick off the 2019 Vessel Turn-In Program.
Union Pacific spokeswoman Kristen South says the train derailed at about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday near Echo Lake in Fort Worth.
According to a release from Texas A&M today, a $1 million grant from the Qatar Harvey fund will now help to support those aspiring scholars with a revamped safety net and money to help cover their tuition, fees, books, living expenses and even emergency expenses.