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Arson investigation underway at local business

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An arson investigation is underway after a local business was found in flames this morning.

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Crews battle early morning fire in Sinton

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Firefighters are battling an early morning house fire in Sinton.

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Late night accident near Agua Dulce

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Around 9:45 Sunday evening, a vehicle rolled over along Highway 44.

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Quiet Week Ahead

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Nice week ahead as high pressure holds over much of Texas. Only a few high clouds coming in from the west. By Tuesday the east winds bring back the moisture. Wednesday night a weak cool front will move through with only a few showers associated. Thursday through next weekend look to be on the dry side. Today: Mostly sunny and warm. High 82. Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warm. Southeast winds. High 84. Wednesday: Partly cloudy and breezy. Cool front late in the evening. High 82. Wednes...

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Local man is well on his way to a new set of wheels

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Chris Kemp is a Flour Bluff High School graduate and a big outdoorsman, and said a new chair would give him an entirely new means to doing the things he loves most.

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World War II Navajo Code Talker dies at 92

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) - A Navajo Code Talker who used his native language to confound the Japanese in World War II has died. The Navajo Nation says Roy Hawthorne Sr. died Saturday. He was 92. Hawthorne enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps at 17 and became part of a famed group of Navajos who transmitted hundreds of messages in their language without error.

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SCOTUS to hear Texas gerrymandering case which affects Nueces Co. districts

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Texas' legislative districts could look very different by the time Election Day rolls around if the U.S. Supreme Court decides lawmakers gerrymandered districts when they re-drew the map in 2011.

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CCFD announces firefighter awards

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The Corpus Christi Fire Department today announced the 2017 Firefighter of the Year and Prevention Officer of the Year. According to the city, the award recipients are nominated by field personnel and selected based on their commitment and service to the citizens of Corpus Christi. 

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MetroCom Dispatch Supervisor hailed for his heroic actions during 911 call

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CCPD Command staff along with the supervisors of the MetroCom staff are commending the actions of a 911 dispatcher. Police say Dispatch Supervisor Stephen Bly answered a 911 call last week for a person having a seizure and was not breathing.

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Trial surrounding fatal Calallen wreck delayed

Dacota Deaver appeared in court Monday afternoon. Dacota Deaver appeared in court Monday afternoon.
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There's been a delay in the case involving a man accused of hitting and killing a woman who was pushing her idle car off the a roadway. A plea hearing deadline was scheduled in the Dacota Deaver case Monday afternoon. Twenty two-year-old Deaver was arrested in January for the October 2017 accident that killed Cecilia Stanford.

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Texas man sentenced to 50 years for $1.2M theft of fajitas

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BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A Texas man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for stealing $1.2 million worth of fajitas over nine years.      Fifty-three-year-old Gilberto Escamilla was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to theft by a public servant. The Brownsville Herald reports he told the court the fajita scheme spun out of control. 

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Police: Waffle House suspect arrested

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The suspect in a quadruple homicide at a Nashville Waffle House was taken into custody Monday, police said. Authorities had mounted a massive manhunt for 29-year-old Travis Reinking, after the Sunday morning attacks.

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AP-NORC Poll: Amid strikes, Americans back teacher raises

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans overwhelmingly believe teachers don't make enough money, and half say they'd support paying higher taxes to give them a raise.

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Rising Tide presentation grounded in science, elevated by art

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Art and science will be combined with live music and photography for "The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide," hosted by Del Mar College.

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Ennis Joslin extension set to open in May

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The Ennis Joslin extension, just off of SPID, is set to open in mid-May. For homeowners and residents in the area, it's been a long time coming. 

Braselton Homes is one of the up-and-coming subdivisions nearby. Bart Braselton, the Vice President of the subdivision, says it's a project many in the neighborhood have been looking forward to.

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Possible Texas special election could clash with court case

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says the governor can call a special election to replace a retiring congressman, even as the U.S. Supreme Court mulls whether his district was drawn to marginalize Hispanic voters. 

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Corpus Christi Utility Business Office to resume normal billing practices

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A software upgrade at the city of Corpus Christi’s Utility Business Office is complete, and the city says they are ready to get back to normal billing operations. Last December, the City underwent a software transition to streamline the utility billing process to improve resident’s payment experience. According to the city, customers have until Friday, May 4, to pay any outstanding utility bills without penalty. The city says beginning Monday, May 7, the Utility Billing... More>>

Time To Polish Up That Resume?

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(NBC News) Unemployment is down and the U.S. job market has become so much better that millions of American workers are now willing to do some things they haven't done much of in the last decade.

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Texas State Aquarium conducts dolphin research

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The Texas State Aquarium is one of 44 institutions across the world that is collecting data in a study conducted by the Chicago Zoological Society.

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Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to boy

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Kensington Palace says the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to her third child, a boy weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces.

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Target offers deal for used car seat trade-ins

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Have an old car seat you’re ready to toss? Or maybe your growing kid needs an upgrade to a new size or style of seat?

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Hospital’s new technology brings advantages to patients

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A new electronic health record system will be going into effect in May at all of the Corpus Christi Medical Center facilities.

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Britain's Duchess of Cambridge in labor with 3rd child

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LONDON (AP) - The Duchess of Cambridge entered a London hospital Monday in labor, Britain's royal palace said.

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Waffle House suspect still being sought; residents on alert

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police are warning residents of a Nashville neighborhood to watch out for a suspect in a Waffle House restaurant shooting that killed four people.

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Enrollment for Early Childhood Development Center closing

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The Early Childhood Development Center is currently accepting applications for student enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year - but not for much longer.

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Beyond cookies: Thousands of girls are becoming Cub Scouts

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DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - Ten-year-old twins Tatum and Ian Weir aren't about to let matching, minor injuries deter them from their goal of becoming the first sister-brother pair of Eagle Scouts.

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Good Sports: Incarnate Word Academy teacher represents school at Boston Marathon

IWA teacher Howard Ludlow represented for the Angels during this year's Boston Marathon. (IWA) IWA teacher Howard Ludlow represented for the Angels during this year's Boston Marathon. (IWA)
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Several runners from the Corpus Christi area represented our region during the recent 122nd running of the Boston Marathon. One of them is a teacher who says the support of his campus community is a big reason why he qualified for the elite event. 

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Families discover disgusting mess at local park

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Several families made a disgusting discovery out at a Parker Park out in Flour Bluff.

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American Bank Center transformed for Buc Days 2018

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The American Bank Center was transformed from a hockey arena to a rodeo pit in less than 48 hours. Hundreds of volunteers have spent the weekend getting the facility ready for the Buc Days Rodeo, which starts this coming Thursday night.

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Most Precious Blood Church hosts blue Sunday mass

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A special mass was held to pray for those who work hard to keep us safe. Most Precious Blood Church held a blue Sunday mass to pray for our Police Officers, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Department and HALO flight members.

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Ginobili, Aldridge help Spurs beat Warriors to avoid sweep

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Manu Ginobili scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter of what could have been his final home game with the Spurs, and San Antonio beat the Golden State Warriors 103-90 on Sunday to avoid a series sweep as coach Gregg Popovich remained out following the death of his wife.

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Man fought gunman: He 'was going to have to work to kill me'

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The man who wrestled the gun away from the Waffle House shooting suspect in Tennessee said Sunday if he were going to die, the gunman would "have to work to kill me."

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A Cool Evening

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   We had a weak cold front that rolled through the South Texas early this morning. It brought us some breezy conditions, but only a few spotty showers. Most of the storms fizzled out as the line moved through the Coastal Bend. The clouds cleared out quickly and we saw a beautiful end to our weekend. Our daytime highs were in the mid 80's today. It will be a little cooler tonight. 

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Fugitive 'Killer Granny' transported to jail

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(CNN) The Minnesota grandmother accused of killing two people made her first court appearance Saturday. 56-year-old Lois Reiss's appeared before a magistrate judge in South Padre Island. She was captured in South Padre Island Thursday night and is currently being held without bond. 

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Average price of US gas jumps 9 cents, to $2.83 a gallon

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CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) - The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline spiked 9 cents a gallon over the past two weeks to $2.83. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the jump was driven primarily by rising crude oil costs.

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Texas 8th-graders asked to list positives of slavery

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A San Antonio charter school has apologized after a teacher asked students in an eighth grade American history class to list the positive and negative aspects of slavery.  

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No charges in death of El Paso boy during school walkout

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EL PASO, Texas (AP) - No charges have been filed in the death of an 11-year-old boy struck by a pickup truck in El Paso during a school-organized walkout to protest gun violence.  

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Islamic State suicide bomber kills 57 in Afghan capital

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - An Islamic State suicide bomber carried out an attack at a voter registration center in the capital Kabul on Sunday, killing 57 people and wounding more than 100 others, said officials form the Afghan interior and public health ministries.  

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After air accidents, survivors grapple with flying again

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Hundreds of hands grappling with oxygen masks. Flight attendants warning passengers to brace for impact. The plane hurtling toward the unforgiving ground.  

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Americans told to toss romaine lettuce over E. coli fears

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PHOENIX (AP) - U.S. health officials on Friday told consumers to throw away any store-bought romaine lettuce they have in their kitchens and warned restaurants not to serve it amid an E. coli outbreak that has sickened more than 50 people in several states.      The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded its warning about tainted romaine from Arizona, saying information from new illnesses led it to caution against eating any forms of the lettuce that m... More>>

Barbara Bush was 'first lady of the greatest generation'

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HOUSTON (AP) - Barbara Bush was the "first lady of the greatest generation."      Historian Jon Meacham bestowed the title on Barbara Bush while speaking to former presidents, ambassadors and hundreds of other mourners inside the nation's largest Episcopal church during her funeral Saturday. He recalled the former first lady's quick wit, as well as her devotion to promoting literacy, bringing awareness to AIDS patients and to her husband of 73 years.  &nb... More>>

Increasing Sunshine

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    A cold front is rolling through the Coastal Bend this morning. This is triggering a few isolated showers. It will also lead to some some breezy weather conditions for the first part of the day. The winds will be blowing out of the north at 10 to 20 miles per hour. The winds will be tapering off later on this afternoon. The clouds will also give way to abundant sunshine. Look for an afternoon high around 81 degrees.

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Cars crash into apartment fence, tree overnight

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Residents in one Corpus Christi apartment complex woke up to a bang when two cars crashed there.

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4 dead in Nashville Waffle House shooting; suspect sought

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police in Nashville say four people are dead after a shooting at a Waffle House restaurant early Sunday.

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Family of man whose body was found in KC airport lot files lawsuit

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(AP) - The family of a man whose body sat in a Kansas City International Airport parking lot for months is suing the company responsible for monitoring vehicles in the lot.

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Romney falls short of nomination, must now compete in Utah primary

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (AP) - Mitt Romney was forced into a Republican primary in his bid for U.S. Senate in Utah after losing a nomination battle Saturday at the state's far-right-leaning GOP convention.

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Lights, music and fireworks at CCSO's 'Pops in the Park' concert

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It was once again a packed house over at Whataburger Field as the sights and sounds of music filled the arena for the yearly "Pops in the Park" concert.

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California regulators investigate safety concerns at Tesla

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(AP) - Workplace safety regulators say they are investigating two incidents at automaker Tesla's factory in Northern California.

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Laughter, tears as former first lady Barbara Bush remembered

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(AP) - Barbara Bush was remembered as the "first lady of the Greatest Generation" during a funeral Saturday attended by four former U.S. presidents and hundreds of other people who filled a Houston church with laughter as much as tears, with many recalling her quick wit and devotion to family.

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Hundreds lineup outside local store for Record Day

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Vinyl record enthusiasts lined up outside a local record store to grab some brand new album releases. Hundreds of people lined up and were hoping to pick up a few records from Hybrid Records Saturday morning.

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Border Patrol seizes over 500 pounds of marijuana near Laredo

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On Friday, April 20, Border Patrol agents in the Laredo sector retrieved a combined total of over 500 pounds of marijuana from two seizures near the city. In a press release, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol confirmed that two separate incidents resulted in the seizures, both on April 20.

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Local assisted living facility practices sensitivity training

Employee at Villa of Corpus Christi South undergoes sensitivity training. Employee at Villa of Corpus Christi South undergoes sensitivity training.
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"Just the five minutes that I had it on, I couldn't imagine anybody dealing with this every day."

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CCFD: Bees sting man over two hundred times

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A local man is recovering in the hospital after police say he was stung over two hundred times. Medics were called out to a home in the 2700 block of Morrow Drive near West Guth Park around 3:15 pm Saturday.

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College and University students host "Science Saturday Corpus Christi"

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Over at the Del Mar College East Campus, Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi university students were trying to inspire kiddos to become interested in Science. Saturday's event was called "Science Saturday."

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Verne Troyer, 'Mini-Me' from 'Austin Powers' dies at 49

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Verne Troyer, the actor best known for his role as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers franchise, has died at age 49.

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'CHiPs' TV star Estrada donates police dog to Idaho agency

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ST. ANTHONY, Idaho (AP) - "CHiPs" actor Erik Estrada has donated a drug dog to an east Idaho police agency where he's a reserve police officer. .

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Trump says he doesn't think personal lawyer will 'flip'

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) - President Donald Trump says he doesn't expect personal lawyer Michael Cohen to "flip" as the government investigates Cohen's business dealings.

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Funeral service held for former first lady Barbara Bush

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HOUSTON (AP) - Guests arriving for the funeral for former first lady Barbara Bush are starting to fill the nation's largest Episcopal church, embracing and talking beneath the church's cavernous sanctuary.

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Coastal Bend kids learn how to build lemonade stands

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Corpus Christi, Texas ­­– Lemonade Day Coastal Bend is hosting a Build a Stand Workshop with the Boys & Girls Club of the Coastal Bend, sponsored by Coastal Bend Home Builders Association. The Build a Stand Workshop, which runs from 10am – 2pm, is designed to give youth tips on how to build a lemonade stand and work with business partners. Select Boys and Girls Club youth will be participating and learning valuable skills in preparation for Lemonade Day....

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Adopt-A-Beach Spring Cleanup today!

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AUSTIN - Volunteers are needed for the nation's biggest all-volunteer coastal cleanup Saturday, April 21. The 2018 Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach Coast-wide Spring Cleanup takes place at 25* of Texas' most popular tourist beaches. Volunteers can sign up at one of the locations online at www.texasadoptabeach.org to take part in a fun-filled day at the beach that makes a difference. "The Texas Coast is a go-to destination for vacationers from all over," sai...

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DMC, TAMU-CC host Science Saturday

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Student chapters of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) at the College and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) are joining forces to offer the family-friendly event. Their goal is to build more diversity among the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) workforce. Anyone thinking about pursuing a career in one of the STEM fields or picturing themselves as a research scientist can learn more about tho...

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Texas State Aquarium celebrates Earth Day with Beach Cleanup, Party for the Planet

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX –  The Texas State Aquarium will put its own spin on Earth Day this Saturday, April 21 with its annual Party for the Planet™ celebration and a community beach cleanup, giving guests an opportunity to have fun and connect with nature and conservation in the Coastal Bend community. This environmentally-focused event will feature a variety of games and activities from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. all which are included at no extra charge with guest admissio...

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Jeb Bush to eulogize mother, Barbara, in private service

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HOUSTON (AP) - Some 1,500 guests are expected Saturday at a private funeral for Barbara Bush at the nation's largest Episcopal church.

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Toy manufacturer Hasbro announces pilot recycling program

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PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) - Toy manufacturer Hasbro is launching a pilot toy recycling program.

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Flour Bluff High School hosts first prom for special needs students

Flour Bluff High School hosted its first ever prom for special needs students on Friday night. (KRIS) Flour Bluff High School hosted its first ever prom for special needs students on Friday night. (KRIS)
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Friday night was a first for special needs students at Flour Bluff High School. They had their very own prom. Flour Bluff HS student Tyler Olivarez is the one who thought of bringing this type of event to campus. 

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Local farmers expect Chinese sorghum tariffs to sting

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Local farmer Bobby Nedbalek finds himself in the middle of a war, a trade war.  His battle is over the sorghum he grows.

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Investigation says Prince was isolated, addicted and in pain

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(AP) - After Prince had to be revived from a drug overdose a week before his death, one friend told the musical superstar that he needed to stop taking painkillers. But Prince said he couldn't - his hands hurt so much that if he quit, he'd have to stop performing.

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On topic of leak crackdown, Trump and Comey showed common ground

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(AP) - James Comey and President Donald Trump seem to disagree on most everything, but the ex-FBI director's memos show consensus on at least one thing: the need to hunt down leakers.

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Democrats file lawsuit alleging conspiracy between Trump camp, Russia

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(AP) - The Democratic Party sued Donald Trump's presidential campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks and Trump's son and son-in-law Friday, accusing them of an intricate conspiracy to undercut Democrats in the 2016 election by stealing tens of thousands of emails and documents.

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Actress arrested for sex trafficking in 'guru to stars' case

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(AP) - A television actress best known for playing a young Superman's close friend pleaded not guilty Friday to sex trafficking after federal prosecutors said she worked as a slave "master" recruiting unsuspecting women to a cult-like group led by a man who sold himself as a self-improvement guru to the stars.

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Baltimore bill bans plastic foam containers

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(AP) - Baltimore businesses have 18 months to stop using carryout containers made from polystyrene foam.

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DOJ looks into how AT&T, Verizon, others handle defecting customers

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(AP) - The Justice Department has opened an antitrust investigation into whether AT&T, Verizon and a standards-setting group worked together to stop consumers from easily switching wireless carriers.

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CDC expands warning to avoid lettuce over E. coli outbreak

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(AP) - The Centers for Disease Control is expanding a warning about contaminated lettuce from Arizona that has now sickened dozens of people in several states.

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Coastal Bend students join in nationwide march to curb violence in schools

Students at Ray High School took part in walk-outs to call for action to curb violence in schools. Students at Ray High School took part in walk-outs to call for action to curb violence in schools.
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At ten this morning, hundreds of Ray High School students began a walkout to demand an end to gun violence on school campuses.

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Walmart to offer free health screenings in Corpus Christi

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Corpus Christi Walmart customers will have a chance to get a free health checkup this weekend as part of the chain's Wellness Day event.

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Flour Bluff demolition site could be next Chick-fil-A location

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It appears there could be another place to eat for folks who live in Flour Bluff. You may have notice demolition crews demolishing a building at the intersection of Flour Bluff and S.P.I.D.

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CCISD wraps up STAAR Test inquiry

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The Corpus Christi Independent School District has completed an investigation into a possible STAAR-Test related violation at Luther Jones Elementary. CCISD did not provide details ablut the investigation, but did say they have turned over their findings to the Texas Education Agency. CCISD says officials at Luther Jones cooperated fully with the investigation. No time table has been set for the TEA to make a determination in the matter.

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City’s gas department seeks customer feedback

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The City of Corpus Christi Gas Department is seeking to understand customers’ level of awareness of services and effectiveness of current outreach strategies. To gather information, the department has published an online survey asking for feedback to gauge customer familiarity with services, safety precautions, and preferences for receiving information. Customers may complete the brief online survey by finding the link on the City’s website homepage: http://www.cctexas.c...

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Border Patrol assists in rescue of 56 illegal aliens in stash house

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Border Patrol Agents and Laredo Police responded to a request for assistance from Homeland Security Investigations yesterday regarding suspicious activity at a residence in south Laredo. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a total of 56 illegal aliens which included men, women and children were found inside the residence.

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Navy volunteers give back at Bayview Cemetery

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Some of the military graves at the historic Bayview Cemetery on the city’s north side got a little TLC today. About 30 volunteers from NAS Corpus Christi’s CPO-365 program spent the day cleaning up grave sites and fixing damaged headstones. Some of the graves date back to the late 1800s, and have been in desperate need of touching up and repair work. The Chief and First Class Petty Officer volunteers say they were more than happy to lend a hand. “It just gives us... More>>

Driver in deadly immigrant smuggling case gets life sentence

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The driver of a big rig involved in the deaths of 10 smuggled immigrants in Texas last year was sentenced Friday to life in prison. 

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A change of pace, two Robstown football players earn scholarships

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For the first time in over 20 years, two Robstown football players have earned scholarships to play at the next level. Offensive lineman Rodney Campos will play for Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. Center Roman Adame will play for Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. "Hopefully, this opens the eyes of a lot of our players and they realize there is hope to get out of this town and be able to become something," said Campos. "It's a dream co...

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Weekly Road Closures April 21-27

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The city of Corpus Christi has released the weekly road closures for the week of April 21-27.  

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  • Arizona governor pushes for teacher pay deal as strike looms

    Arizona governor pushes for teacher pay deal as strike looms

    Monday, April 23 2018 6:55 PM EDT2018-04-23 22:55:31 GMT
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    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is pushing lawmakers to approve big teacher raises as school districts make plans to close if educators who call his proposal insufficient launch the first-ever statewide strike this week.
    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is pushing lawmakers to approve big teacher raises as school districts make plans to close if educators who call his proposal insufficient launch the first-ever statewide strike this week.
  • Veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant

    Veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant

    Monday, April 23 2018 1:06 PM EDT2018-04-23 17:06:39 GMT
    Monday, April 23 2018 6:58 PM EDT2018-04-23 22:58:25 GMT
    Doctors at a Baltimore hospital have performed the most extensive penis transplant to date, this one also involving the scrotum and part of the abdominal wall.
    Doctors at a Baltimore hospital have performed the most extensive penis transplant to date, this one also involving the scrotum and part of the abdominal wall.
  • AP-NORC Poll: Amid strikes, Americans back teacher raises

    AP-NORC Poll: Amid strikes, Americans back teacher raises

    Monday, April 23 2018 8:15 AM EDT2018-04-23 12:15:59 GMT
    Monday, April 23 2018 6:58 PM EDT2018-04-23 22:58:24 GMT
    Americans overwhelmingly think that teachers aren't paid enough, and half said they'd even support higher taxes to get them raises.
    Americans overwhelmingly think that teachers aren't paid enough, and half said they'd even support higher taxes to get them raises.
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  • 6 investigates: Mortgage company withholds Hurricane Harvey insurance money

    6 investigates: Mortgage company withholds Hurricane Harvey insurance money

    Monday, April 16 2018 10:43 PM EDT2018-04-17 02:43:24 GMT
    Jimmy Kendrick, of Fulton, describes problem after problem with accessing his insurance money to repair his home badly damaged by Hurricane Harvey. (KRIS 6 News)Jimmy Kendrick, of Fulton, describes problem after problem with accessing his insurance money to repair his home badly damaged by Hurricane Harvey. (KRIS 6 News)

    Rebuilding from Hurricane Harvey has become long and especially frustrating for many in South Texas whose homes and businesses were badly damaged. But for Jimmy Kendrick, that frustration is not for a lack of money. Kendrick received an insurance check to rebuild his home, but seven months later he's run into an unlikely stumbling block: his mortgage company. “It’s like a mafia out there that wants to shut you down and keep you from being successful,” Kendrick sa...

    Rebuilding from Hurricane Harvey has become long and especially frustrating for many in South Texas whose homes and businesses were badly damaged. But for Jimmy Kendrick, that frustration is not for a lack of money. Kendrick received an insurance check to rebuild his home, but seven months later he's run into an unlikely stumbling block: his mortgage company. “It’s like a mafia out there that wants to shut you down and keep you from being successful,” Kendrick sa...

  • 6 Investigates: Financial records show Fiesta de la Flor barely broke even in 2015

    6 Investigates: Financial records show Fiesta de la Flor barely broke even in 2015

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 8:11 AM EDT2018-04-10 12:11:30 GMT
    Fiesta de la Flor is the largest festival Corpus Christi has seen in years, but financial records show the expense to taxpayers is covered by a small margin.  (KRIS 6 News)Fiesta de la Flor is the largest festival Corpus Christi has seen in years, but financial records show the expense to taxpayers is covered by a small margin.  (KRIS 6 News)

    Fiesta de la Flor is the largest festival Corpus Christi has seen in years, but financial records show the expense to taxpayers is covered by a small margin. 

    Fiesta de la Flor is the largest festival Corpus Christi has seen in years, but financial records show the expense to taxpayers is covered by a small margin. 

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  • Good Sports: Incarnate Word Academy teacher represents school at Boston Marathon

    Good Sports: Incarnate Word Academy teacher represents school at Boston Marathon

    Monday, April 23 2018 12:38 AM EDT2018-04-23 04:38:31 GMT
    IWA teacher Howard Ludlow represented for the Angels during this year's Boston Marathon. (IWA)IWA teacher Howard Ludlow represented for the Angels during this year's Boston Marathon. (IWA)

    Several runners from the Corpus Christi area represented our region during the recent 122nd running of the Boston Marathon. One of them is a teacher who says the support of his campus community is a big reason why he qualified for the elite event. 

    Several runners from the Corpus Christi area represented our region during the recent 122nd running of the Boston Marathon. One of them is a teacher who says the support of his campus community is a big reason why he qualified for the elite event. 

  • Ginobili, Aldridge help Spurs beat Warriors to avoid sweep

    Ginobili, Aldridge help Spurs beat Warriors to avoid sweep

    Sunday, April 22 2018 6:36 PM EDT2018-04-22 22:36:07 GMT
    (PHOTO: Manu Ginóbili - San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, Photo Date: 5/14/2017)(PHOTO: Manu Ginóbili - San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, Photo Date: 5/14/2017)
    (PHOTO: Manu Ginóbili - San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, Photo Date: 5/14/2017)(PHOTO: Manu Ginóbili - San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, Photo Date: 5/14/2017)

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Manu Ginobili scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter of what could have been his final home game with the Spurs, and San Antonio beat the Golden State Warriors 103-90 on Sunday to avoid a series sweep as coach Gregg Popovich remained out following the death of his wife.

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Manu Ginobili scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter of what could have been his final home game with the Spurs, and San Antonio beat the Golden State Warriors 103-90 on Sunday to avoid a series sweep as coach Gregg Popovich remained out following the death of his wife.

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