The secretarial order comes amid longstanding complaints that millions of acres of state and federal land in the American West can be reached only by traveling across private property or small slivers of public land.
The Innocence Project, which works to free wrongly convicted defendants, said Archie Williams was freed after his conviction was vacated by a Louisiana district court commissioner, Kinasiyumki Kimble, in Baton Rouge.
The jackpot on Saturday would be the seventh-largest in U.S. history, with an estimated lump sum payout of $380.6 million before taxes.
Alice power-lifting girls take home first State Championship ever
On May 11, kids throughout the Coastal Bend will be setting up their stands hoping to strike it rich in the lemonade business.
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
Today is the official first day of the Spring season. And to celebrate the start of the new season, one fast-food restaurant is offering a free sweet treat to start the season off right.
TABC looking for source of alcohol that led to fatal rollover crash that claimed life of TMHS student
Eighteen-year old Justin Franco was driving a car with four other teens when his vehicle rolled over on County Road 48, north of Robstown on March 8th.
Several adoptable cats and dogs are hoping they’ll have some luck finding their forever home this St. Patrick’s Day weekend. That’s why Corpus Christi
Rockport Warriors United has become a home away from home for veterans in the Coastal Bend. “It’s evolved, we’re not just a retreat, we’re a
On Tuesday the Defense Department approved a new policy affecting transgender service members and transgender people who want to enlist.
A man convicted of killing a woman who was eight months pregnant was sentenced to life in prison.
The Aransas Pass Police Department is using social media to engage the community during spring break. They’re using Facebook live in a unique way to put the community in the driver’s seat during spring break patrol.
“It’s just a way to inform the community and share a little bit about policing with the community,” said Chief Eric Blanchard of the Aransas Pass Police Department.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service today announced three additional stamp subjects for 2019. More details, including dates and locations for the first-day-of-issue ceremonies, will be coming soon.
Corpus Christi police say two teens are facing serious charges after they were arrested for armed robbery.