Are furloughed workers, like those at Kane Beef, required to repay unemployment benefits if they eventually receive back pay? Our Fact Check team finds the answer.
The flyer states that because of the government shutdown, stores will not be accepting EBT food stamps after January 31.
A zoning request to redevelop six acres of a vacant nursing home site would not allow a private detention facility.
Keeping streets clear of drunk drivers is the goal of an initiative that kicks off this weekend. It’s the annual “No Refusal” DWI initiative.
Our recent revelation that Corpus Christi Independent School District spent nearly $200,000 to treat a termite infestation after failing to pre-treat Veterans Memorial High School has led to several questions by our viewers.
Are employers required by law to give workers time off to vote?
CCISD School Board President Catherine Susser recently claimed that Veteran’s Memorial High School enrollment is expected to top 4,000 within the next six years.
Are cell phones allowable at the voting booth?
A story being shared online about a Corpus Christi rape victim taking matters into her own hands and assaulting her accused attacker isn’t just untrue; it could also pose a threat to anyone who opens it.
68-year-old Linda Daniels relied on an electric-powered oxygen tank and when the power was cut off last week, she was found dead several hours later.
During Hurricane Harvey, many homes in high risk areas around Rockport, Port Aransas, and Aransas Pass had flood damage. That’s led to an increase in new flood insurance policies.
June 21 marks the official start of summer, and with that comes hordes of people visiting pools and beaches. Several incidences have been reported of children gulping in water at the pool, seem ok, then stop breathing hours later. This tragic scenario is the focus of today’s Fact Check. Fact Check: It is possible for someone to die from drowning hours after getting out of the water. Our KRIS 6 Fact Check Team researched this topic, and it is a Fact. Many people refer to it …
License plate frames, whether they come from the car dealer, or put on by the vehicle’s owner; many, if not most cars have them. A post that has been circulating on social media has called their legality into question, claiming that a frame that covers any words on a license plate is illegal.
Today’s Fact Check looks at notices showing up in the mail that say you owe money to the IRS. Our Fact Check question asks: Are these notices legit or is this a scam?
If you’ve been on Facebook, you’ve probably seen an H-E-B coupon being shared. The link claims H-E-B. is giving out 1,000 vouchers for $200 to celebrate its birthday, and is the focus of today’s Fact Check.