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Driscoll ISD will hold classes amid Driscoll water boil advisory Video included

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Schools will remain open surrounding the City of Driscoll's water boil advisory. It was Sunday morning that residents reported they didn't have water service throughout the city.

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Electrocution claims life of Laredo teenager

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(KGNS TV) The strong winds and pouring rain have ripped roofs off, left many in the dark and knocked trees and wires down. One of those live wires came into contact with a teenage boy claiming his life. It happened a little after 5:00 p.m on Hillside and Alabama. Those in the area tell KGNS a teenage boy of 14-years old was crossing the street when he became electrocuted by a live wire. The wire still hanging when our crews arrived was cut down by AEP crews. Read more from K... More>>

More Storms for the Region Video included

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Slow moving thunderstorms have dropped heavy rain in parts of the Coastal Bend, however most of Corpus Christi has seen only spotty showers. Today will see additional thundershowers showers which could produce heavy rain totals. Showers will begin to decrease on Tuesday. Drier weather expected from Wednesday through Friday. Today: Mostly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms. High 84. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a few showers. High 86. Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warmer. High 88 Thu... More>>

CCISD considering controversial switch Video included

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Corpus Christi ISD leaders are asking for the public's output, on the possibility that the district could become a "District of Innovation."

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Latchkey camp registration approaching Video included

The City of Corpus Christi will hold their second registration for Latchkey Summer Camp on Tuesday, May 23rd. The City of Corpus Christi will hold their second registration for Latchkey Summer Camp on Tuesday, May 23rd.
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Keeping the kids busy this summer, shouldn't be too hard. The Corpus Christi Parks and Recreation Dept. is preparing to open registration for its Latchkey Summer Camps. 

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Officers investigating armed robbery

CCPD officers are investigating a possible robbery at gunpoint at a Pizza Hut on Leopard. CCPD officers are investigating a possible robbery at gunpoint at a Pizza Hut on Leopard.
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Officers with the Corpus Christi Police Department are on the scene of a possible armed robbery at the Pizza Hut on the 3600 block of Leopard. Multiple law enforcement cars were at the scene when our KRIS 6 News crew arrived. This is a developing news story, check back to kristv.com for updates. Reading on your phone? Download the KRIS 6 News Mobile App for iOS/iPhone here. And for Android users here! 

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Weather damage closes key commercial US-Mexico border bridge

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MEXICO CITY (AP) - Authorities have closed one of the busiest commercial crossings on the U.S.-Mexico border after damaging rains and winds.    

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Texas Senate attaches voucher plan to school finance fix

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas Senate has voted to attach a voucher plan to a sweeping, bipartisan school finance bill. The move came early Monday and potentially dooms an effort to pump an extra $1.6 billion into classrooms and begin overhauling the troubled way Texas pays for public education.   

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The Latest: Trump says 'rare opportunity' exists for peace

PHOTO: President Trump Put His Hands On A Glowing Orb In Saudi Arabia, Photo Date: 5/21/2017 PHOTO: President Trump Put His Hands On A Glowing Orb In Saudi Arabia, Photo Date: 5/21/2017
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TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's first trip abroad (all times local):    1:05 p.m.    President Donald Trump says peace in the Middle East can be achieved only by working together. He says, "there is no other way."    Trump spoke during a brief airport ceremony after he arrived in Israel on his first visit as president.    Since taking office in January, Trump has been bullish about wanting to help Isra...

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High schools receiving turf this summer but should be cautious Video included

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The Sparkling City by the Sea is getting a little brighter come football season....brighter grass that is. The CCISD  is adopting artificial grass in place of real grass. It's called turf fields. Turf fields are made to look like natural grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used on residential lawns and commercial applications as well. In this case, it's part of an improveme... More>>

Slick roads a possible factor in early morning accident Video included

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The Corpus Christi Police Department is doing traffic control on the Harbor Bridge due to a crash. The middle and "fast lane" of the north bound lanes on the bridge are currently being blocked off.  This is a developing story, check back to kristv.com for updates.  Reading on your phone? Download the KRIS 6 News Mobile App for iOS/iPhone here. And for Android users here! 

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Red Nose Day approaching Video included

The silly red nose is all for a good cause! The silly red nose is all for a good cause!
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It's time once again to don a red nose, to help make a difference in a child's life. This Thursday, May 25, is Red Nose Day. 

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Senator to speak with deposed FBI director

PHOTO: James Comey, former Director of FBI, Photo Date: May 3, 2017 PHOTO: James Comey, former Director of FBI, Photo Date: May 3, 2017
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The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee plans to speak with former FBI director James Comey Monday. 

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Graduates walk out on Pence at Notre Dame commencement Video included

Dozens of Notre Dame graduates walk out of the commencement ceremony Dozens of Notre Dame graduates walk out of the commencement ceremony
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Dozens of graduates and family members silently stood and walked out Sunday as Vice President Mike Pence began his address at Notre Dame's commencement ceremony.      

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CCISD board members consider bus driver pay raise Video included

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An increase for Corpus Christi ISD's bus drivers could soon become a reality. 

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Taking Your Child to the ER Video included

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Each year, more than 25 million children under the age of 18 are taken to the emergency room. A trip to the emergency room is never on the agenda. If you ever find yourself taking your child for emergency medical care, you need to know what to expect and how to be prepared.   When preparing to bring your child to the hospital, it’s important to stay calm. Your child is likely to sense your distress, and he or she may respond by becoming even more upset. First, you'l... More>>

Texas lawmakers send texting while driving ban to governor

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A statewide ban on texting while driving is headed to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk...

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Texas adoption agency 'religious refusal' closer to law

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas's Republican-controlled Legislature has pushed closer to law a bill that allows publicly-funded foster care and adoption agencies to refuse to place children with non-Christian, unmarried or gay prospective parents because of religious objections.  

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Ringling Bros. shuts down the big top after 146 years

PHOTO: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Photo Date: 4/8/16 PHOTO: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Photo Date: 4/8/16
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - With laughter, hugs and tears - and the requisite death-defying stunts - the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus received its final standing ovation Sunday night as it performed its last show.    "We are, forevermore, the Greatest Show on Earth," boomed Johnathan Lee Iverson, who has been the ringmaster since 1999. His son, who also performed, stood by his side. The show was held at the Nassau County Coliseum in Uniondale, New York... More>>

Local church group transforms home of needy family Video included

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On Sunday, Corpus Christi saw it's own version of the popular show, Extreme Home Makeover. Volunteers joined dozens of people from the Grace Presbyterian Church to transform the home of a needy family. 

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CCFD uses the "jaws of life" to rescue people after a car crash

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Corpus Christi police responded to a two-vehicle crash that resulted in one of the vehicles striking a building. The incident happened just after 10:15 pm Sunday night near S.P.I.D. near Greenwood Drive. According to investigators, a white car was getting onto the freeway when it struck a white truck, both traveling at a high rate of speed and launched it off the highway, hitting a Payless Shoe store building. Investigators added that they had to extract the driver and passeng...

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Ladies tackle football league is a big hit here in the Coastal Bend Video included

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Nothing like the game of football. The hard hitting, bone crushing, death defying collisions.... and it's not the men we are talking about. The Portland Dynasty woman's football team is part of the Icon Woman's Football Association.   The league consists of 18 teams across Texas. And yes, it's tackle football. There are two teams here in the Coastal Bend. The Portland Dynasty and the Corpus Christi Divas.  But the big question is, what makes these ladies go out... More>>

Police investigate armed robbery of a vehicle Video included

Police officers close off parts of Elizabeth Street surrounding a armed robbery investigation. Police officers close off parts of Elizabeth Street surrounding a armed robbery investigation.
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Corpus Christi Police are looking for three suspects who robbed a 16-year-old young man of his vehicle. Police responded to the  2300 Block of Elizabeth and 19th Street for reports of a gunshot fired around 7:15 pm Sunday evening.

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Fisherman jumps into action and saves small dolphin

A picture of Charlie Carreon saving a small dolphin Sunday evening. A picture of Charlie Carreon saving a small dolphin Sunday evening.
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A small dolphin is lucky to be alive after a boater and fisherman saw the animal beached and decided to help the mammal. The rescue happened  Aransas Pass waters around 8:00 pm Sunday night. Charlie Carreon, who saved the young mammal, says his family is visiting from out of town and decided to take a boating/fishing trip.

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Officers respond to shooting reports

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Corpus Christi Police have responded to reports of a shooting. The incident happened just around 7 this evening near Elizabeth Street and 19th Street. Officers at the scene closed down parts of Elizabeth Street due to the investigation. At this time police are asking information from residents in the nearby neighborhood. 

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Texas revives 'bathroom bill,' but only for public schools

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 A broader proposal mandating that transgender Texas residents use public restrooms according to their birth certificate gender sailed through the state Senate. It had stalled in the Ho...

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Coast Guard recovers body of missing swimmer off Matagorda

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MATAGORDA, Texas (AP) - A body discovered on a beach along the Texas Gulf Coast near Matagorda is believed to be a swimmer who went missing off Matagorda Beach just east of the Colorado River along the Texas Gulf Coast. The Coast Guard says the body was spotted Sunday by a fisherman.

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"Click it or Ticket" campaign begins

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A warning to Corpus Christi drivers from the local law enforcement community, you better buckle up or you'll get a ticket. The annual "Click it or Ticket" campaign starts Monday morning.

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The art of orthopedics Video included

Dr. William Aaron Tucker, the inventor of Ortho Junk Art Dr. William Aaron Tucker, the inventor of Ortho Junk Art
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Orthopedic junk art was invented by Dr. William Aaron Tucker, a surgeon with the Spohn Physicians Group here in Corpus Christi. And his works, made from used and broken surgical instruments are truly unique.  When he was growing up in the Los Angeles area Dr. Tucker never dreamed he would be a surgeon or an artist. He says he figured  he'd be a construction worker like his uncles and cousins. He says, "That's what they did during the summers, and in a way, an orth...

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Water restored for City of Driscoll, residents asked to boil their water Video included

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Water service has been officially restored to the entire City of Driscoll, but now that city officials say Driscoll is now under a water boil advisory. The water outage was reported early today and affected almost every citizen of Driscoll.

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Rainfall sticks around Monday & Tuesday Video included

Storm Prediction Center Severe Outlook for Monday Storm Prediction Center Severe Outlook for Monday
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The combination of a stalled front and an upper-level disturbance out to our west will keep the opportunity for some showers and storms in the forecast for South Texas. With the upper-level disturbance still out west, it is forecast to slowly move to the northeast over the next 12-36 hours and provide plenty of moisture streaming overhead.  A cluster of showers and storms will migrate east tonight with the potential to drop some fairly significant rain totals.  Some of thes... More>>

City of Driscoll without water Video included

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Residents alarmed KRIS 6 NEWS after they had reported they did not have water early Sunday morning. The water outage was reported early today and affects almost every citizen of Driscoll. John Valls, who is the interim city manager for the City of Driscoll, says the South Texas Water Authority had a system malfunction and that didn't allow water to fill up the Driscoll Water tank.

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8 riders rescued after coaster stops at Six Flags Over Texas

Eight passengers get stuck on Six Flags roller coaster hours before its official opening (Source: KTVT) Eight passengers get stuck on Six Flags roller coaster hours before its official opening (Source: KTVT)
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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Emergency personnel have rescued eight people from a new roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington after it stopped on an upper area of the track. Officials say nobody was hurt.

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Coast Guard looking for missing swimmer off Matagorda Beach

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MATAGORDA, Texas (AP) - The Coast Guard is searching for a swimmer who went missing off Matagorda Beach just east of the Colorado River along the Texas Gulf Coast.

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Texas House approves regulations for self-driving cars

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas House has approved safety standards for self-driving cars, hoping to better regulate technology that's already been tested on the streets of the state capital.

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Appeals court upholds New Braunfels disposable container ban

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NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas (AP) - A state appeals court has upheld its reversal of a visiting judge's decision that halted enforcement of New Braunfels' law banning use of cans and other disposable food and beverage containers by tubers on the popular Comal and Guadalupe rivers.

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SAPD officer dragged by suspected DWI driver

PHOTO: Whataburger restaurant  (Photo Date: July 30, 2010) PHOTO: Whataburger restaurant (Photo Date: July 30, 2010)
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A San Antonio officer is recovering in the hospital after she was dragged by a suspected DWI driver. The incident happened at a Whataburger restaurant on Blanco Road near 1604.

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Texas Legislature OKs eliminating straight-ticket voting

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas Legislature has approved eliminating straight-ticket voting beginning in September 2020. The bill eventually prohibits Texans from choosing a party's full slate of candidates with a single ballot marking. It advanced with Republican support over Democratic objections.

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2 small children among 5 hurt in North Texas traffic wreck

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COOL, Texas (AP) - Five people, including two young children, have been injured in a two-car collision west of Fort Worth in Parker County.      Authorities say the driver of a car trying to cross U.S. Highway 180 pulled out of a private drive and collided with another car on the highway.  

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Debt-collecting Houston lawyer facing trial

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HOUSTON (AP) - A Houston lawyer specializing in lawsuits against consumers for old debts is set for trial Monday on a lawsuit alleging he uses deceptive trade and debt collection practices.The Houston Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2rqCylg) hundreds of consumers weren't aware of any financial problems until their bank accounts and debit cards were frozen because of Joseph Onwuteaka. The Texas attorney general's lawsuit says more than half of the 1,500 lawsuits...

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Callers threaten Texas lawmaker who seeks Trump impeachment Video included

HOUSTON (AP) - A black Texas congressman said Saturday that he's been threatened with lynching by callers infuriated over him seeking impeachment of President Donald Trump. HOUSTON (AP) - A black Texas congressman said Saturday that he's been threatened with lynching by callers infuriated over him seeking impeachment of President Donald Trump.
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HOUSTON (AP) - A black Texas congressman said Saturday that he's been threatened with lynching by callers infuriated over him seeking impeachment of President Donald Trump.    

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Texas House OKs new abortion limits despite court defeats

The Texas House has passed tough new limits on abortion The Texas House has passed tough new limits on abortion
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas' Republican-controlled House has approved tough new limits on abortion...

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N. Korea fires missile in latest test, US and S. Korea say

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea on Sunday fired a midrange ballistic missile, U.S. and South Korean officials said...

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High School athletes participate in an all-star weekend Video included

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South Texas saw three All-Star games today. The football game was held at Buc Stadium, while the boys and girls basketball teams played close by at Miller High.

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Ray beats Calallen to advance to regional baseball tournament Video included

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Today was a simple case of a pitchers refusing to give in and a defenses refusing to back down. The Texans from Ray taking on the Wildcats from Calallen. The three game series is tied at one a piece.  Both teams had opportunities to score. Early on Texans have Alex Aitken on third, he goes home on a ball hit to short. And gets tagged out at the plate. Then Cal Allen has their chance to score with one out and runners on the corners. But hit into a double ... More>>

Attempted theft caught on video Video included

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An attempted theft caught on video has spread on social media like wildfire. It happened Friday evening on Gayle Drive, in the area known for Candy Cane Lane. 

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Congressman Farenthold weighs in on Comey firing Video included

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Congressman Blake Farenthold stopped by KRIS 6 News studios today to sound off about the latest developments in Washington.

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Armed Forces day ceremony honors U.S. military Video included

A color guard presented the nation's flags in honor of Armed Forces Day on Saturday. A color guard presented the nation's flags in honor of Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
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Members of the Coastal Bend community gathered on Saturday to honor members of the Armed Forces.

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Free car seat checkup held at CHRISTUS Spohn South Hospital Video included

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Parents got some help when it comes to car safety and their children. CHRISTUS Spohn Health System and Driscoll Children's Hospital joined forces to host a free community car seat checkup event, to help parents and their precious cargo. The event was held for two hours over at CHRISTUS Spohn South from 9:00 am to 11:00 am Saturday morning. Professionals from both hospitals were there to help parents made sure they had their car seat installed right. Organizers say the go...

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Local launch party held for new Volkswagen model Video included

A picture of the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas that was on display at a local unveiling event. A picture of the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas that was on display at a local unveiling event.
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Local SUV enthusiasts and Volkswagen Beetle admirers celebrated together for the local unveiling of the all-new Volkswagen model. The party started around 10:00 am Saturday morning at the Volkswagen of Corpus Christi dealership located at 6902 South Pade Island Drive.

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Newborn infant found near hospital parking garage Video included

The Safe Haven Law applies for infants in good health and under 60 days old. Safe havens include fire stations, hospitals and certain medical facilities. The Safe Haven Law applies for infants in good health and under 60 days old. Safe havens include fire stations, hospitals and certain medical facilities.
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It was just before four this morning when a security guard at Christus Spohn Shoreline was making his rounds near the hospital's parking garage. According to police, that's when he found a newborn infant, apparently left on a nearby bench.

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CCPD motorcyclist struck by vehicle during Beach to Bay patrol Video included

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A Corpus Christi Police Officer is recovering in the hospital after he was struck by a vehicle. The accident happened Saturday morning on the JFK Causeway around 6:30 am Saturday morning. According to police, the officer was banged up, scratched up and sore and is ok.

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Major vehicle accident at SPID eastbound near Everhart exit

An accident occurred on eastbound SPID just after 3 p.m. Saturday. An accident occurred on eastbound SPID just after 3 p.m. Saturday.
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A major vehicle accident occured just after 3:00 p.m. on eastbound SPID between Weber and Everhart Road.

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Texas Senate increases education board's textbook veto power

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas Senate has approved giving the Board of Education broader veto power over textbooks used across America's second-largest state. A bill passed Friday lets the board's 15 elected members reject textbook content deemed not "suitable for the subject and grade level."

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'Lunch Shaming' ban revived in Texas legislatures

The Texas House revived a much-watched bill intended to stop schools from 'lunch shaming' students. Photo: USDA The Texas House revived a much-watched bill intended to stop schools from 'lunch shaming' students. Photo: USDA
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas House has revived a much-watched bill to keep schools from stigmatizing children while trying to collect parents' lunch debts.

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Prosecutors: Times Square driver wanted to 'kill them all'

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NEW YORK (AP) - A man who was behind the wheel of a car that barreled through crowds of pedestrians in Times Square told police after his arrest that he had been smoking marijuana laced with the hallucinogenic drug PCP, according to a criminal complaint. 

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Texas lawmakers move closer to banning texting while driving

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas moved closer to passing a statewide ban on texting while driving as the state Senate approved a measure that's been defeated several times over the last decade. House lawmakers approved a comprehensive ban last month. The version approved Friday by the Senate would create a statewide law that would pre-empt local texting bans.

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Hawaii-bound passengers noticed unruly man before take-off Video included

HONOLULU (AP) - After landing in Honolulu on a flight from Los Angeles, passengers described a midair disruption involving an unruly man whose attempts to get to the front of the jetliner prompted flight attendants and passengers to subdue him... HONOLULU (AP) - After landing in Honolulu on a flight from Los Angeles, passengers described a midair disruption involving an unruly man whose attempts to get to the front of the jetliner prompted flight attendants and passengers to subdue him...
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HONOLULU (AP) - After landing in Honolulu on a flight from Los Angeles, passengers described a midair disruption involving an unruly man whose attempts to get to the front of the jetliner prompted flight attendants and passengers to subdue him...

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Moody sweeps King, Friday playoff scoreboard Video included

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H.S. Baseball Playoff Scoreboard from Friday Class 5A Moody 4 King 3 (Trojans win series 2-0) Ray 6 Calallen 1 (6th inning) Class 4A Zapata 2 Sinton 1 (series tied 1-1) Hidalgo 7 Robstown 3 (series tied 1-1) Class 2A Refugio 6 Mason 2 (Bobcats win series 2-0)  More>>

Del Mar students create product to combat antibiotic resistance Video included

Three students at Del Mar College have created a product they believe will combat antibiotic resistance. Three students at Del Mar College have created a product they believe will combat antibiotic resistance.
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The biotechnology students will present their product to U.S. Congress members and stakeholders next month. 

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Cybersecurity bill introduced days after global cyberattack Video included

Republicans and democrats support the "PATCH" act. Republicans and democrats support the "PATCH" act.
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Lawmakers have introduced a bill to protect you from hackers, days after a global cyberattack that hit hundreds of thousand of people. The bill would force our federal government to be more transparent when it comes to software flaws it discovers.

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Fewer runners taking part in Beach to Bay marathon Video included

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The number of runners this year participating in Beach to Bay is down from last year, according to organizers.

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Councilwoman raises concerns over City's healthcare budget deficit Video included

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This past Tuesday, city leaders went through something we're all familiar with -- how to pay for rising health insurance? It's a topic that's been on the forefront for quite some time, the city's budget. But it's not streets or even waste water plants that are demanding more money, it's the city employee healthcare plan.  

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Beach to Bay honoring murdered runner Video included

Beach to Bay organizers are honoring Andre Fuqua by placing his photo on the 2017 Beach to Bay program. Beach to Bay organizers are honoring Andre Fuqua by placing his photo on the 2017 Beach to Bay program.
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This year's Beach to Bay marathon honors a local runner whose murder earlier this year remains unsolved.

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IWA breaks ground on new building

The expansion represents Phase II of IWA's Enlighten, Inspire and Strengthen Campaign. Image: IWA The expansion represents Phase II of IWA's Enlighten, Inspire and Strengthen Campaign. Image: IWA
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On Monday, Incarnate Word Academy will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for their newly completed Montessori building.

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6 Investigates Follows-Up: Feds look to plug oil wells beneath Choke Canyon Video included

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Despite claiming methane seepage from old wells in and around Choke Canyon are not a threat to the water supply, 6 Investigates has learned federal officials are now discussing how best to repair or install well plugs.

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Judge Sandra Watts running for re-election Video included

Judge Sandra Watts announced that she's running for re-election. Judge Sandra Watts announced that she's running for re-election.
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Judge Sandra Watts announced Friday morning she is seeking a fifth term as the 117th District Court judge. Judge Watts says if she's elected, this will be her final four year term. She was first elected judge back in 2002. By the way, early voting for the March primary election begins on February 20th.

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1 firefighter killed, 2 seriously hurt in San Antonio fire Video included

Scott Deem was killed battling a building fire. Photo courtesy San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association Facebook Scott Deem was killed battling a building fire. Photo courtesy San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association Facebook
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A San Antonio firefighter was killed Thursday night, battling a four-alarm fire. 

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Big dental donation to local ministry Video included

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A retired dentist has made a generous donation to the Timmons Ministries. 

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Residents Bike to Work downtown Video included

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Folks working downtown Corpus Christi were encouraged to take their bicycles to work, on National Bike to Work Day Friday morning. 

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Lorelei brewery celebrates milestone, Craft Beer Week Video included

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A local brewery is celebrating Craft Beer Week, with some sudsy specials. 

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Looking for a getaway? Explore San Antonio this summer Video included

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In a city filled with both new and tried-and-true attractions, San Antonio is offering some exciting experiences for families this summer.

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SeaWorld rescues young dolphin near Port Aransas Video included

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The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network (TMMSN) and SeaWorld San Antonio’s Rescue Team, successfully rescued and released a young  dolphin found stranded in shallow water near Port Aransas.

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  • 6 Investigates Follows-Up: Feds look to plug oil wells beneath Choke Canyon

    6 Investigates Follows-Up: Feds look to plug oil wells beneath Choke Canyon

    Friday, May 19 2017 3:33 PM EDT2017-05-19 19:33:22 GMT

    Despite claiming methane seepage from old wells in and around Choke Canyon are not a threat to the water supply, 6 Investigates has learned federal officials are now discussing how best to repair or install well plugs.

    Despite claiming methane seepage from old wells in and around Choke Canyon are not a threat to the water supply, 6 Investigates has learned federal officials are now discussing how best to repair or install well plugs.

  • 6 Investigates: Local Leaders Oppose Push for Transparency

    6 Investigates: Local Leaders Oppose Push for Transparency

    Thursday, May 18 2017 6:42 PM EDT2017-05-18 22:42:07 GMT

    Kelley Shannon of the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas explained why open government is worth the fight. "The whole basis of our democracy is the people's right to know," she told 6 Investigates on May 16. "And, keeping an eye on your government and participating in your government." ...

    Kelley Shannon of the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas explained why open government is worth the fight. "The whole basis of our democracy is the people's right to know," she told 6 Investigates on May 16. "And, keeping an eye on your government and participating in your government." ...

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  • High School athletes participate in an all-star weekend

    High School athletes participate in an all-star weekend

    Sunday, May 21 2017 1:19 AM EDT2017-05-21 05:19:16 GMT

    South Texas saw three All-Star games today. The football game was held at Buc Stadium, while the boys and girls basketball teams played close by at Miller High.

    South Texas saw three All-Star games today. The football game was held at Buc Stadium, while the boys and girls basketball teams played close by at Miller High.

  • Ray beats Calallen to advance to regional baseball tournament

    Ray beats Calallen to advance to regional baseball tournament

    Sunday, May 21 2017 12:16 AM EDT2017-05-21 04:16:25 GMT
    Today was a simple case of a pitchers refusing to give in and a defenses refusing to back down. The Texans from Ray taking on the Wildcats from Calallen. The three game series is tied at one a piece.  Both teams had opportunities to score. Early on Texans have Alex Aitken on third, he goes home on a ball hit to short. And gets tagged out at the plate. Then Cal Allen has their chance to score with one out and runners on the corners. But hit into a double ...
    Today was a simple case of a pitchers refusing to give in and a defenses refusing to back down. The Texans from Ray taking on the Wildcats from Calallen. The three game series is tied at one a piece.  Both teams had opportunities to score. Early on Texans have Alex Aitken on third, he goes home on a ball hit to short. And gets tagged out at the plate. Then Cal Allen has their chance to score with one out and runners on the corners. But hit into a double ...
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