Corpus Christi Police responded to a report of shots fired in the 2100 block of Morgan around midnight Thursday.
That is when business students from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi came in to help with their capstone projects.
For those who assist in saving and rehabilitating sea turtles with the Texas State Aquarium, recording manual handwritten data can be a challenge.
The Fever is back for the 5A Division II Semifinal, with the Calallen Wildcats take on the Calhoun Sandcrabs.
The Jim Wells County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what it is considering a “possible homicide” that took place about three miles east of Orange Grove early Friday.
Austan Goolsbee is a professor at the University of Chicago. Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced his appointment to the school board Friday.
Smith didn’t indicate where the statue could end up, but said he believes any move off campus would require changes to a strict state law on historical monuments.
Corpus Christi Police are investigating a shooting at a business on the corner of Staples Street and Bonner Drive.
Captain Patrick McMenamy, with the Corpus Christi Police Department, says as shoppers get into the holiday spirit, the police department is making sure their purchases don’t get stolen.
Barring any appeals, under the ruling Adree Edmo would become the first Idaho inmate to receive gender confirmation surgery while in Idaho Department of Correction custody.
Tuition at the school costs about $16,000 a year. The Miami Herald reports the church belongs to the oldest organized congregation in the city.
Embattled District Judge Guy Williams has been publicly reprimanded by the State Commission on Judicial Conduct four times for two incidents that occurred.
The group asserts the death of 28-year-old Emily Butler at the Jessup facility provides “tragic evidence of the harms and dangers of segregation, especially for individuals with disabilities.”
Bahamonde said police were trying to determine who made the threat. It wasn’t immediately clear if it was related to bomb threats made nationwide Thursday.
The state Department of Insurance says signups in Pennsylvania through last week were just over 163,000, while signups at the same point a year ago were 206,000. This Saturday is the deadline to sign up for insurance in 2019.