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Morning News Headlines
Here’s a look at this morning’s early headlines from Katia Uriate.
For those who assist in saving and rehabilitating sea turtles with the Texas State Aquarium, recording manual handwritten data can be a challenge.
The Kinder class at St. James Episcopal School has been making blankets for 15+ during the holiday season.
During this time of the year they focus on giving rather than receiving.
Charity League of Corpus Christi has chosen the USO of South Texas as the benefactor of their money raising efforts this year.
DPS and the Texas Department of Transportation are closely monitoring are roads, bridges and overpasses for possible ice.
Corpus Christi Police and the Insurance Council of Texas hosted an event today aimed at reducing the city’s high number of auto break-ins.
The latest morning news headlines from KRIS 6 News, presented by Katia Uriarte.
Through an interactive presentation, kids are taught to choose kindness, respect, courage and inclusion.
Several local power crews are on their way to Florida to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
This morning, Gregory-Portland High School Students dressed in orange to support Triumph Over Kid Cancer and to show support for 8-year-old Luca, who is in remission from cancer.
The Corpus Christi Vet Center wants to remind Veterans they’re here in the Coastal Bend to provide licensed professional counselors or help with anything they need.
The opposition to TWIA’s proposed rate hike continues.
Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Crockett Elementary are welcoming guests for college and career week at the school.
Texas AEP officials are closely monitoring storm activity in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Atlantic Coast.
CCISD classes begin Monday. And on the first day of school there will be one Baker middle schooler who will be missing something and she’s