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Alberto is 2018's first named tropical system

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MIAMI (AP) - The first named tropical weather system of the 2018 hurricane season has formed. The National Hurricane Center says a disturbance moving toward the Gulf of Mexico is now Subtropical Storm Alberto.    Alberto had top sustained winds of 40 mph (65 kph) early Friday and was located 55 miles (90 kilometers) south of Cozumel, Mexico.  The storm was moving north-northeast at 6 mph (9 kph). The storm is expected to bring heavy rain to the Yucatan Peninsula, west... More>>

CVB: Elevated bacteria levels in area waters subject to change

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The beach is a popular spot this Memorial Day Weekend. Texas Beach Watch on Thursday reported high levels of fecal bacteria at one location in the Coastal Bend, Cole Park, and several locations with medium levels of fecal bacteria.  According to the Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau, these levels are subject to change today.  "The areas identified with high and medium bacteria levels typically clear within a 24 hour period," said Meredith Darden, Visi... More>>

Very Hot, Possible Alberto

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The long holiday weekend will be feeling the mid summer as very high temperatures are expected. Look for afternoon high from 95 to 100, High pressure will dominate Texas and lower pressure, associated with what might become Tropical Storm Alberto, moves into the eastern Gulf of Mexico. The tropical system is not expected to make landfall until  Monday  near Biloxi, MS. Today: AM Clouds. Sunny and hot. SE winds 10 -15 mph. High 92. Saturday: Sunny and hot. SE winds 10 - 15 ...

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Volunteers needed to place flags on grave sites of fallen heroes

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Do you have plans later today? You're invited to come help place Memorial Day flags on the gravesites for our fallen heroes.  The Veterans Band of Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery are extending an invitation to members of the community.  The placing of the flags at gravesites is a tradition for the cemetery since opening their doors in 2012.  Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery is looking for volunteers to help with a Memorial Day traditio...

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Bond set for local students accused of making school terroristic threats

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The three King High School students accused of making terrorist threats on social media appeared in magistrate court Thursday morning. Nineteen year-old Ezekiel Barrera, 17-year old Eric Alfaro and 17-year old William Arias were arrested Wednesday afternoon. They all appeared in magistrate court and have been charged with making a terroristic threat, which a third degree felony. Their bond was set at $25,000. Their cases have been assigned to the 214th District Court. On W...

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Texas military veteran arrested for allegedly mailing bombs

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BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) - Federal authorities say a 40-year-old military veteran has been arrested in connection with two explosive devices found in southeast Texas in recent weeks. 

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Explosion in Canadian restaurant wounds 15 people

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(AP) - Canadian police say an explosion set off deliberately in a restaurant has wounded at least 15 people, some of them critically.

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Rachel Dolezal accused of welfare fraud after race scandal

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A once prominent black civil rights leader in Washington state who was later exposed as white is facing charges of welfare fraud.

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Houston's Chris Paul out for Game 6 vs Warriors with injury

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HOUSTON (AP) - Houston's Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night because of a hamstring injury.    Paul was injured in the fourth quarter of Houston's win over the Warriors on Thursday night. The win gave the Rockets a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.    The Rockets say Paul's strained right hamstring will be re-evaluated after the team returns to Houston following Game 6. (Copyright 2... More>>

"Active shooter" taken into custody at Indiana middle school

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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities have detained someone in what they described as an "active shooter" situation at a suburban Indianapolis middle school.    The Noblesville Fire Department tweeted Friday morning that it was on an "active shooter" scene at Noblesville West Middle School and that a suspect was in custody. It didn't say whether anyone had been shot or provide any other details.    TV helicopter footage shows students being led...

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Robstown Early College High School unveils newest additions

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The staff at Robstown Early College High School recently unveiled the newest additions to the campus.  Beginning next school year, a new 40,000 square foot building will provide students unique learning opportunities as they finish their high school career.

Maria Vidaurri, the Robstown ISD superintendent says the renovations are part of an on-going effort to prepare by the district to prepare students...

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Fiat Chrysler warns 4.8M owners: Don't use the cruise

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By TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer    DETROIT (AP) - Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles in the U.S. because in rare but terrifying circumstances, drivers may not be able to turn off the cruise control.    The company is warning owners not to use cruise control until the cars, SUVs and trucks can be fixed with a software update.    Fiat Chrysler says the condition can occur if the cruise control accelerates at the same time an electrical short-ci... More>>

CC Women's Golf Association hosts City Championship

The 2018 Women's City Championship will be held at the Lozano Golf Center June 7-9. The 2018 Women's City Championship will be held at the Lozano Golf Center June 7-9.
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Since at least 1961, the Corpus Christi Women's Golf Association has been the driving force behind the City Championship. If recent history is any indication, this year's effort should be exciting!

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YWCA offers summer camp opportunity

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Leadership Camps take place throughout the summer from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM at the YWCA Corpus Christi (4601 Corona Drive).

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Harvey Weinstein arrives to surrender in sex assault probe

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By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press    NEW YORK (AP) - Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to police Friday morning to face the first criminal charges to be filed against him after months of sexual abuse allegations from scores of women that destroyed his career and set off a national reckoning known as the #MeToo movement.    Weinstein, 66, stepped from a black SUV and walked slowly into a Manhattan police station before a crowd of news cameras. He didn't answer resp... More>>

Woman sentenced to prison for leaving dogs in hot car

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A Nebraska woman convicted of animal cruelty after she left two dogs to die in a hot car has been sentenced to a year in prison. 38-year-old Ashley Alberts-Roach was sentenced Wednesday in Sarpy County District Court. Her attorney requested probation but the judge said no and sentenced her to jail time. Alberts-Roach is also banned from owning or having a dog in her possession for the next 30 years. Alberts-Roach was charged with two felony counts of animal cruelty after she left h... More>>

Military mom surprises son on last day of Pre-K

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Grab the tissues. A military mom in the Austin area pulled off a big surprise on her son's last day of Pre-K. Air Force Staff Sergeant Mariana Chapman showed up at his school in Taylor on Thursday. 4-year-old John Michael Savarese had no idea his mom was coming home. His teachers were in on the plan, making sure that Chapman came in when he was on stage. Sergeant Chapman was deployed to South Korea in December, but she arranged a last-minute trip home for her son's last day of... More>>

Memorial Day: Honoring, remembering the fallen

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What does Memorial Day really stand for? Ran Chavez, Director of the Veterans Band of Corpus Christi says, "Memorial Day first of all is not for me. It's not for us. It's for them." 'Them,' are those who have died fighting for our country. Memorial Day is a day to remember the fallen.  Although Memorial Day is usually the weekend that kicks off summer, it is not a "happy" holiday. You should never say, "Happy Memorial Day." "Please, don't sa...

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2nd man admits to kidnapping, raping Kansas sheriff's deputy

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OLATHE, Kan. (AP) - A second man has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping a suburban Kansas City sheriff's deputy.

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Trump signs bill easing post-2008 crisis restraints on banks

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(AP) - President Donald Trump on Thursday signed into law a measure that loosens key restraints for banks imposed after the 2008 financial crisis and Great Recession.

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Farenthold keeps job at Calhoun Port Authority in midst of lawsuit

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Despite a legal dispute over his hiring at the Calhoun Port Authority, Blake Farenthold is still in on the job.  The Authority's board met Thursday to discuss the lawsuit and the former congressman's new position. 

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H.S. Baseball & Softball Playoff Scores From Thursday

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High school baseball & softball playoff scores from Thursday. Baseball- Class 5 Veterans Memorial 6 Boerne Champion 3 (Eagles lead series 1-0) Tivy 4 Carroll 1 (Antlers lead series 1-0) Class 4A Fredericksburg 12 Beeville 3 (Billies lead series 1-0) Class 3A Falfurrias 5 Gateway Prep 1 (Jerseys lead series 1-0) Class 2A Riviera 2 Thorndale 1 (Seahawks lead series 1-0) Softball- Class 4A Beeville 4 Cuero 0 (Saleen Flores tosses no-hitter. Beeville leads series 1-0) Cl... More>>

H-E-B issues precautionary recall for 'Ode to Olives' product

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A precautionary recall has been issued for an H-E-B branded olive product over concerns of glass contamination.

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Workforce Solutions helping teens get summer jobs

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It's about that time; your kids are about to finish the school year and they want to work. Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend has a program to help them reach their goals.  

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Multi-rollover accident shuts down SPID

Police shut down SPID as emergency crews worked to free trapped drivers from a two vehicle rollover. Police shut down SPID as emergency crews worked to free trapped drivers from a two vehicle rollover.
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A rollover accident involving two vehicles shut down South Padre Island Drive on Thursday night while rescue crews worked to free two trapped drivers.

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Our warming trend continues

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There is very little change in our weather pattern with upper level high pressure becoming more dominate in our weather through early next week. This will also keep the developing tropical system in the Western Caribbean well away from south Texas. Tonight will be mainly clear calm and quiet with a low of 71 and 

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Village of tiny houses for the homeless in the works in Corpus Christi

These structures will be transformed into tiny shelters as Corpus Christi community leaders move forward with plans to build a village for the homeless. These structures will be transformed into tiny shelters as Corpus Christi community leaders move forward with plans to build a village for the homeless.
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Fifteen tiny structures were donated by the SkillsUSA competition, and now Del Mar College students are making them inhabitable. 

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DA, CCISD Police taking King HS threats seriously

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Three King High School students were charged after a social media video showed them making threats against the school. 

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6 Investigates Follows-Up on the HEB Tennis Center

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City auditors released their deep-dive into the HEB Tennis Center's finances and what they found worries city leaders, including Audit Committee Chairman and City Councilman Greg Smith. ""The city can - should - do better.," Smith tells 6 Investigates. "What we saw (in the audit) is unacceptable in contract management, in my opinion."? Read the audit report, below: The audit came in response to 6 Investigate's reporting earlier this year, when we found th...

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Texas waves passing rules, fines firm after testing glitches

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - After glitches during statewide standardized testing, Texas is excusing students affected from some passing requirements and fining the firm that administers the exams.      Last month, 41,702 students were booted for about 20 minutes from the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness, or STAAR exam. Then, earlier this month, 29,307 students taking it were affected by about 90 minutes of connectivity slowdowns.      Education Co...

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Critical time for farmers waiting for rain

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This is a critical time as farmers wait for rain for their crops. Wayne Miller's been farming for 30 years. As he checks his fields in Bluntzer, he's disappointed they are brown and burned. This past Sunday, the fields got two inches of rain, and he saw his grain crops grow, turn green and develop grain seed on the top. Now, he sees peppered in the field of green healthy grain, dry, brown and burned leaves. "It's really good if we can get eight to ten inches of rain in the gro...

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Officials: Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe

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(AP) - Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities Friday to face charges involving at least one of the women who have accused him of sexual assault, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.

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King High School students accused of school threat appear in court

William Arias appeared before Judge Inna Klein Thursday afternoon. William Arias appeared before Judge Inna Klein Thursday afternoon.
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The three King High School students accused of making terrorist threats on social media appeared before a judge Thursday afternoon. Seventeen-year old William Arias, 17-year old Eric Alfaro and 19-year old Ezekiel Barrera didn't have money to pay for an attorney. So, a hearing was held to appoint attorneys to their cases. Judge Inna Klein appointed attorney Epimenio Ysassi to represent Arias. Christopher Dorsey was assigned Alfaro's case and Adam Rodrigue was appointed to r...

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AAA: Texas, US retail gasoline prices continue upward trend

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COPPELL, Texas (AP) - Retail gasoline prices in Texas and across the country continue to climb upward. AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump statewide rose 6 cents to $2.76 per gallon. Drivers across the U.S. are paying an average $2.96 per gallon, also up 6 cents from a week ago.

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Volunteers needed at Coastal Bend Veterans Cemetery

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With Memorial Day weekend upon us, the Coastal Bend Veterans Cemetery is asking for volunteers to help honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their nation. Starting tomorrow, the cemetery is asking for help placing flags on each grave, and with thousands of graves at the cemetery help is certainly needed.

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Annual Artfest to set up in Port Aransas

Artfest is May 26-27 at Jerry McDonald Field in Port Aransas. Artfest is May 26-27 at Jerry McDonald Field in Port Aransas.
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Need a reason to visit Port Aransas this weekend? Then consider checking out the 13th annual Artfest.

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Sold: Closing paperwork signed on 1914 Nueces County Courthouse

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The sale of the historic 1914 Nueces County Courthouse will be finalized today. The old courthouse is being sold to an Ohio-based group called the Nueces County Development Partners LLC. The group will pay the county $1.5 million in back taxes. The group wants to turn the building into an upscale 200-room hotel. The public is invited to attend the signing of the closing documents at 10 a.m. on Thursday in the Judge James E. Klager Central Jury Room of the Nueces County Courthou...

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Police: Hit and run driver responsible for two morning accidents

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Police are looking for a hit and run driver who caused two separate accidents this morning. The first accident happened on the Crosstown Expressway, when a man clipped the rear end of an SUV near the Gollihar exit. The driver of the SUV got off of the freeway and pulled into an auto parts store on Horne Road. She attempted to get the suspect’s license plate number, but he ran a red light, and while doing so, hit a Suburban that was going through the intersection, causing it to...

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Coastal Bend camp serves children with asthma

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Once again this year, a special camp will be whistled into session near Rockport.

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SeaWorld offers free admission to U.S. veterans and families

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Beginning today through July 4, 2018, U.S. veterans and up to three guests may enjoy free admission to SeaWorld San Antonio as well as other SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment properties across the U.S.  This new offer joins the ongoing Waves of Honor program that offers complimentary admission to any U.S. active duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman once per year, for the military personnel and as many as three direct dependents. "As Memoria... More>>

Trump cancels June 12 summit with North Koreal

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Trump cancels June 12 summit with North Korea's Kim, citing 'tremendous anger and open hostility' in recent statement. (Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)  

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US forecasters expect 10-16 tropical storms in active season

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(AP) - U.S. government forecasters said Thursday that they were expecting an active Atlantic hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecast calls for 10 to 16 named storms, with five to nine hurricanes.

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Security troops on US nuclear missile base took LSD

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By ROBERT BURNS AP National Security Writer    WASHINGTON (AP) - One airman said he felt paranoia. Another marveled at the vibrant colors. A third admitted, "I absolutely just loved altering my mind."    Meet service members entrusted with guarding nuclear missiles that are among the most powerful in America's arsenal. Air Force records obtained by The Associated Press show they bought, distributed and used the hallucinogen LSD and other mind-altering il... More>>

Chances for first tropical system of year up to 80 percent

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MIAMI (AP) - Forecasters say chances are increasing for the first tropical weather system of the year in the Gulf of Mexico.    The National Hurricane Center said Thursday a mass of low pressure in the western Caribbean is becoming better defined and will likely become a subtropical or tropical depression by late Saturday.    They're putting the chances of formation at 80 percent over the next five days.    The system is currently off the southeastern ... More>>

State owes counties $2.6 billion for indigent defense costs

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SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) - Texas county commissioners say the state of Texas owes its 254 counties about $2.6 billion for the cost of providing indigent defendants a proper trial defense. The San Angelo Standard-Times reported the figure was highlighted by Tom Green County Precinct Commissioner Ralph Hoelscher, who mentioned it at a Commissioners Court meeting Tuesday and told commission colleagues that the West Texas county alone is owed $18.5 million dating to the 2001 start of the s... More>>

Rockport Wine and Food Festival to benefit Texas Maritime Museum

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The 22nd Annual Rockport Wine and Food Festival is happening this Memorial Day Weekend.  A fundraiser by The Texas Maritime Museum, who just re-opened about a month ago after Hurricane Harvey. This is their first fundraiser since last years festival, and are really hoping for a strong tourist turnout.  There will be hundreds of wines, Hawaiian food, beer and live music. You can purchase wine by the taste, glass, and even bottle.   This years theme is "Aloha ... More>>

Getting Hotter, Tropics Active

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This Memorial Day Weekend will be a hot one. Higher pressure is expected over Texas. As a result our highs will hover near 95. That will put most inland areas at or near 100. Overnight lower only dropping into the mid 70s. In the tropics, an area of low pressure has developed off the coast of Cancun. The system will likely strengthen to a tropical depression.  All indications are that the system will head to the Florida panhandle early next week. Heavy rains expected for Florida....

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Help fight child poverty with Red Nose Day

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Today is Red Nose Day here in the United States. Odds are you're one of the many Americans who don't know exactly what that means.  The short explanation: It's a campaign to raise money to fight child poverty.   In the United States alone, 15 million children, or 21 percent of all the children in the country, suffer from childhood poverty.  Child poverty doesn't just mean a lack of resources or money. It also means hunger, an inability to receive education or healthc...

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North Korea demolishes what it says is nuclear test site

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PUNGGYE-RI, North Korea (AP) - North Korea has carried out what it says is the demolition of its nuclear test site in the presence of foreign journalists.    The demolition happened Thursday at the site deep in the mountains of the North's sparsely populated northeast.    The planned closing was previously announced by leader Kim Jong Un ahead of his planned summit with U.S. President Donald Trump next month.    The North's decision to close the site h...

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Hawaii volcano produces methane and 'eerie' blue flames

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By AUDREY McAVOY Associated Press    HONOLULU (AP) - Scientists in Hawaii have captured rare images of blue flames burning from cracks in the pavement as Kilauea volcano gushes fountains of lava in the background, offering a look at a new dimension in the volcano's weeks-long eruption.    The volcano produces methane when hot lava buries and burns plants and trees. The gas flows through the ground and up through existing cracks.    "It's very d... More>>

Kushner given security clearance after background check

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(AP) - A security clearance has been granted to President Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, after a lengthy background check.

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Georgia jury awards $1 billion after guard convicted for teen's rape

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(AP) - A Georgia jury has awarded an eye-popping $1 billion verdict against a security company after an apartment complex guard was convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl...

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FBI may have disrupted major cyberattack on Ukraine

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LONDON (AP) - The FBI has put a spoke in the wheel of a major Russian digital disruption operation potentially aimed at causing havoc in Ukraine, evidence pieced together from researchers, Ukrainian officials and U.S. court documents indicates.

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Fundraiser from Jonathan McComb nets $15K for hospital trauma center

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Thursday will mark three years since the historic floods in Wimberley that killed 12 people. Eight of the victims were from Corpus Christi. The lone local survivor continues to honor the memories of the loved ones he lost by giving back to our community.  

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Stand or stay out of sight: NFL takes on anthem protesters

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(AP) - Looking to quell a national debate that was sparked by Colin Kaepernick, stoked by President Trump and some say chipped away at the very popularity of America's game, NFL owners approved a new policy Wednesday that allows players to protest during the national anthem by staying in the locker room but forbids them from sitting or taking a knee if they're on the field.

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The Rise School of Corpus Christi: helping students 'rise' to kindergarten

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The Rise School of Corpus Christi aims to educate all students, including those with a developmental disability. Now, that mission is about to expand. 

Come next school year, The Rise School will move into a new 10,000 sq. foot building. With six newly-furnished classrooms, the school hopes to provide preschool education to even more children.

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Local star players help lead Javelinas to world series

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The excitement is building for Javelina baseball as they get set to play in their first ever division II world series.  They held their final workout this afternoon before taking off for Cary, North Carolina tomorrow. The Javelinas are the number six seed and they will open up against third seeded University of California at San Diego Sunday afternoon at 2pm Nine players from the coastal bend have played key roles this year. 

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Summery heat for south Texas

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We continue to be on the edge of upper level high pressure allowing for a few stray showers but nothing widespread or likely through Thursday. As the high moves over us we will dry out and get hotter for the Holiday weekend. Tonight expect fair skies nearly calm and seasonal with a low of 72. Thursday will be 

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Special Report: Tiny home village offers model for lifting homeless off the streets

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A village of tiny houses in Austin is helping the homeless get off the streets, and Corpus Christi wants to adopt a similar model.

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Fact Check: Are internet claims about a Texas teenager facing the death penalty true?

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An online rumor about two murder suspects is the focus of today’s KRIS 6 News Fact Check. An image of a pair of mug shots, side by side, is circulating on the internet.   The image shows Taymor McIntyre, a 17-year-old arrested in connection to two separate capital murders in Texas. The other mug shot is Dimitrios Pasourtzis, the suspect in last week’s mass shooting at Santa Fe High School that left 8 students and two teachers dead. The photo shows similarities betw...

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Three King High School students arrested after alleged online threats

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Police in Corpus Christi have arrested three students of a local high school on charges of allegedly making terroristic threats on social media.

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District 27 primary winners turn attention to general election

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Both Michael Cloud and Eric Holguin had surreal, yet busy mornings. “I woke up to over a hundred plus notifications, emails,” said Holguin.  “People were calling me at 3:30 a.m. to congratulate me.” I'm certainly still processing it all,” said Cloud. 

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6 Investigates: "Bulletproof" Backpacks

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As hard is it is to contemplate a world in which they're necessary, people are turning to so-called "bulletproof" backpacks to give their kids a fighting chance if ever there's an active shooter on-campus. 6 Investigates put one of these Kevlar-lined packs to the test and discovered that, while it was able to stop some bullets, it couldn't stop them all. Take a look:

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Border Patrol agent involved in fatal shooting of illegal alien, 3 others arrested

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A Laredo-area Border Patrol agent was reportedly involved in the fatal shooting of an illegal alien, according to officials.

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Holiday weekend brings increased demand at Coastal Bend Blood Center

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Anytime a holiday weekend approaches the need for blood donations increases. Such is the case right now. With Memorial Day weekend upon us, blood donations are in need. 

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Premont ISD celebrates TAMUK alliance, breaks ground on new school

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The Premont Independent School District held a groundbreaking today for its new Ernest H. Singleton Premont Early College Academy  and a ceremony celebrating its educational alliance with Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

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Communities In Schools helping kids stay in school

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Keeping kids from dropping out of school. That's the goal of a non-profit called Communities in School of the Coastal Bend. It's a program that is in 42 schools in the Coastal Bend, including 13 school districts like Kingsville, Premont, Brooks County and CCISD. Communities in schools helps students graduate by giving them a community of support. Bridget Lamoreaux, Assistant Principal at Miller High school says "we have a lot of kids who working till 2 a.m. just to support t...

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'Angels' help foster youth lead normal lives

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2,500 kids in South Texas are in foster care. These children are often put in difficult situations when it comes to getting the things they need or want to lead normal lives. It can be even more difficult when a child ages out of the foster system and doesn't have a support system. That's where the Foster Angels of South Texas come in.  "Through no fault of their own, these children are placed in situations no adult or child should live with," Leslie McClanahan, P...

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15 contestants vying for a chance to become Freer Rattler royalty

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Over in Freer, Texas, the ever popular rattlesnake round-up is only a few weeks away, and Sunday night, the town crowned a new king and queen in the 53rd annual Freer Rattler Royalty Pageant.

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Texas Rangers investigating deadly shooting in Mathis

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The Texas Rangers are investigating a fatal shooting yesterday in Mathis. According to family members, Marty Sendejo was shot at his home by a police officer.

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2018 Primary Runoff Election Results

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Election results are coming in for the Texas primary runoff, leading up to the 2018 mid-term elections in November.

Stay with KRIS 6 News for the most up-to-date information on election results. 

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Delivery service offering free, delivered chicken sandwich

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To celebrate their recent launch in Corpus Christi, the on-demand delivery service Favor is offering residents a free Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich tomorrow. 

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Trump can't block users from his Twitter feed, federal judge rules

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President Donald Trump cannot block Twitter users for the political views they have expressed, a federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Wednesday. Blocking users from viewing his Twitter account — a feature offered by the social media platform — is unconstitutional and a violation of the First Amendment, Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald wrote in her ruling. "While we must recognize, and are sensitive to, the President’s personal First Amendment rights, he cannot exerci... More>>

DPS ramping up enforcement during Memorial Day Weekend

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The Texas Department of Public Safety is joining law enforcement efforts across the state this Memorial Day weekend to help keep Texas roadways safe and encourage motorists to practice safe driving habits. 

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NFL lays out new national anthem policy

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NFL owners have agreed on a new National Anthem policy after numerous players chose to kneel during the song as a protest to social injustice.  A statement from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says all team and league personnel on the field "shall stand and show respect for the flag and the anthem."  Teams will be fined if players kneel on the field or sidelines. However, the Game Operations Manual will be revised to remove the requirement that all players must be...

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Families of Sandy Hook victims sue Infowars' Alex Jones

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is facing another defamation lawsuit by families of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre for claiming the shooting was a hoax.    Relatives of six of the 26 victims and an FBI agent who responded to the school sued Jones in Bridgeport Superior Court in Connecticut on Wednesday. The families of two other victims filed similar lawsuits last month in Travis County, Texas, where ... More>>

'Flying Taxi' zooms down River Seine for demonstration

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A so-called "flying taxi" zoomed down the River Seine in Paris today in what's being called a demonstration run. A co-founder of the taxi service called "Sea Bubbles" says it's kind of like Uber on water. After the water taxi picks up speed, it rises up out of the water on legs, reducing drag, noise and saving battery power. The demonstration was put on ahead of a conference for tech CEO's and startups taking place in Paris. The French yachtsman who's a co-f...

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Sally Ride, America's first woman in space, commemorated with Forever Stamp

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Sally Ride, America's first woman in space, a pioneering astronaut, brilliant physicist and dedicated educator who inspired the nation, will be commemorated on a Forever stamp today.  "Sally Ride's history-making journey has made it easier for young girls to dream of one day being an astronaut, an engineer, a physicist or a mathematician. Today, girls don't just dream. Because of trailblazers like Sally Ride, they have been empowered to do!" said U.S. Postal Service Ch... More>>

US officials: Some teething medicines unsafe for children

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By MATTHEW PERRONE AP Health Writer    WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal health officials are warning parents about the dangers of teething remedies that contain a popular numbing ingredient.    The Food and Drug Administration is asking manufacturers to stop selling their products intended for babies and toddlers.    The agency said Wednesday that various gels containing the drug benzocaine (BEN-zoh-keyn) can cause rare but deadly side effects in children, esp... More>>

Pet of the Week: Wilma

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Our Pet of the Week comes to us from Corpus Christi Animal Care Services, and she is a truly loveable pup!

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Prominent Baptist leader removed as head of Texas seminary

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A former head of the Southern Baptist Convention was removed Wednesday as president of a Texas seminary following allegations of "unbiblical teaching" through sexist and demeaning comments to women who he suggests should tolerate abuse.    The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary board of trustees said in a statement that 75-year-old Paige Patterson was dismissed following a 13-hour meeting "to move in the direction of new leader... More>>

Foreign media depart on train for North Korean nuclear site

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WONSAN, North Korea (AP) - A group of foreign journalists departed by train Wednesday to watch the dismantling of North Korea's nuclear test site after eight reporters from South Korea received last-minute permission to join them.    The remote site deep in the mountains of the North's sparsely populated northeast interior is expected to have a formal closing ceremony in the next day or two, depending on the weather. The closing was announced by North Korean leader Kim Jong... More>>

Tuloso Midway superintendent to retire after more than three decades

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Wednesday is the last day of school for students and faculty in Tuloso Midway ISD, and beyond that, the end of an era for the district. 

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75-year-old great-grandmother earns 4th college degree

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Few college graduates have seen what Margie Peed has seen. At 75 years old, Peed has lived through a number of watershed moments in American history. All of those events pale in comparison to what happened when she graduated from Our Lady of the Lake in San Antonio, Tx., with her 2nd Master's Degree.  Twenty two years ago Margie Peed decided to get her G.E.D. and then went on to earn her first of four degrees here at Del Mar College.  For older adults retirement is a ... More>>

TAMU-CC offering summer Anger Resolution Skills courses

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The Counseling and Training Clinic at Texas A&M Corpus Christi have decided to carry on their free Anger Resolution Skills course throughout the summer.

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Lupe Valdez becomes first Latina Texas gubernatorial candidate

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Results are in for the 2018 Primary Runoff Election, and Texas Democrats nominated a candidate for governor who breaks barriers but is expected to struggle while going against Republican Gov. Greg Abbott in November. Lupe Valdez is the first Latina and openly gay gubernatorial candidate in Texas. Valdez beat Democrat Andrew White with 53.05% of the vote.  "Tonight is a victory for all of us who are fighting for a stronger and fairer Texas. A tolerant and diverse Texas. A T...

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Bad Breath, Bleeding Gums & Dental Problems

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(KPRC) Bad breath and bleeding gums are just a couple of complaints that can reveal an unhealthy mouth.

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Hooks host 'First Responders Night', 'Dia de los Hooks'

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The Corpus Christi Hooks are celebrating Memorial Day Weekend with their second annual Dia de los Hooks festival, and a special tribute to first responders.

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Calallen's Barrington wins big award

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Calallen star track athlete Brook Barrington has been recognized as the top class 5A female athlete in Texas by 2Words Character Development. She also received a $1,000.00 Leadership Scholarship Award from Character Development CEO Stephen Mackey. She will attend Texas A&M next year. Despite suffering a stress fracture in her lower leg last year, she enjoyed a great comeback season winning the district and area 400, 800 and 16 hundred meters. She advance to state.  

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Steal a Game, Steal a Taco

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Free taco alert! Thanks to the Houston Rockets, you get to enjoy a free Taco Bell taco.

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Astros players wear 'We play for Santa Fe' t-shirts

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In a show of support for the victims of a school shooting, Houston Astro baseball players wore t-shirts that said: "We play for Santa Fe."

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Lawsuit claims Calhoun Port officials hired Blake Farenthold illegally

A lawsuit filed by a newspaper claims the Calhoun Port Authority hired former Congressman Blake Farenthold illegally. A lawsuit filed by a newspaper claims the Calhoun Port Authority hired former Congressman Blake Farenthold illegally.
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The lawsuit filed by the Victoria Advocate claims Port officials violated the Texas Open Meetings Act in hiring the former Congressman. 

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6 Investigates: Windstorm insurers' response to Hurricane Harvey

While Texas Windstorm Insurance Association has paid more than $1 billion in claims for Hurricane Harvey, Jack Jameson who lives in one of the hardest hit areas is still waiting to settle his windstorm claim. (KRIS 6 News) While Texas Windstorm Insurance Association has paid more than $1 billion in claims for Hurricane Harvey, Jack Jameson who lives in one of the hardest hit areas is still waiting to settle his windstorm claim. (KRIS 6 News)
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Hurricane Harvey tested an insurance system designed by state lawmakers, and the response has been mixed. While many on the South Texas Coast have repaired or began to repair what was lost, some are still waiting for an answer. Like many people rebuilding from the hurricane, Port Aransas resident Jack Jameson had a deadline. But his deadline was deeply personal. “She was stylish,” Jameson said, pointing to a photograph of his wife Helen. They were married for 66 years,...

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Port A making last-minute preps for Memorial Day Weekend

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Spring Break and SandFest were like pop quizzes for the town of Port Aransas and its road to recovery. Now, the final test - Memorial Day Weekend - is coming up.

The success from the first two weekends has many, including Alice Bearrow, the manager at Virginia's on the Bay, feeling hopeful for the summer tourist season.

"It was very good for Sandfest," Bearrow said. "We had a lot of people. It was so nice."

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Texas governor convenes new discussions on school safety

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott convened the first in a series of discussions on school safety Tuesday, declaring in response to last week's shooting near Houston, "We all want guns out of the hands of people who would try to murder our children." 

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Carroll student to join Dallas Cowboy drum line

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Carroll HIgh School senior Jesus Cavazos was just invited to join the drum line for the Dallas Cowboys. He auditioned and was accepted less than two weeks ago for the honor. "It's pretty exciting. I feel like I've gotten a great opportunity to go play with the Dallas Cowboy drum line. That's America's team!," Cavazos said. It's called Rhythm and Blue. They play at home games and make appearances across the country. Cavazos comes from a musical family and has played many ...

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Kansas finds violations at water park where boy died in 2016

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A recent state inspection found 11 alleged violations of amusement park regulations at a Kansas water park where a boy died in 2016, with one raising questions about whether a ride's parts are being replaced as quickly as recommended. 

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Border Patrol stops 75-year-old woman smuggling heroin

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operation officers say they discovered a woman trying to smuggle almost 17 pounds of heroin. 

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Private jet from Texas crashes in Honduras, all survive

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MEXICO CITY (AP) - A private jet traveling from Austin, Texas, crashed off the end of the runway of the Honduran capital's international airport and broke in half Tuesday, but the crew and passengers were rescued and reportedly out of danger. 

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SpaceX launches a Falcon 9 rocket

Photo: SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. On board, are communications satellites and research craft. (NASA) Photo: SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. On board, are communications satellites and research craft. (NASA)
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This afternoon SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. On board, are communications satellites and research craft.

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Senators reach tentative deal on sexual harassment bill

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate leaders said Tuesday that they have reached tentative agreement on bipartisan sexual harassment legislation that would hold members of Congress personally liable for harassment claims.

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ACLU: Amazon shouldn't sell face-recognition tech to police

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SEATTLE (AP) - The American Civil Liberties Union and other privacy activists are asking Amazon to stop marketing a powerful facial recognition tool to police, saying law enforcement agencies could use the technology to "easily build a system to automate the identification and tracking of anyone."    

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Voting underway in the 2018 primary runoff election

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Voting is underway in the 2018 primary runoff election for the District 27 Congressional seat. . Voting locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local voters have many choices on locations and do not have to vote in their precinct if voting early. Curbside voting will be available at all locations for those with disabilities.  KRIS 6 News recently profiled the candidates participating in the runoff for the District 27 Congressional seat. Watch those profiles here: Roy B...

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BBB: Keeping Kids Safe Online

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Social media platforms are booming and those who use them are starting younger, but is it safe?

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Trump suggests summit with NKorea's Kim could be delayed

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that a planned historic meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un could be delayed, saying the summit "may not work out for June 12."   

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Amber Alert issued for Austin area children

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An Amber Alert has been issued for three children out of the Austin area.

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Veterans Memorial welding students help local veteran

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Students from a welding class at Veterans Memorial High School are helping out one of their own. Last week, the class got a tip that a local veteran was in need. The vet recently bought a ramp for his scooter, however the ramp was weak and fragile. 

Now, the students are taking it on as their class project, making repairs to the ramp so it is safe and sturdy.

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Therapy Connections of South Texas to open new facility

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Therapy Connections of South Texas has been serving students with developmental disabilities in the Coastal Bend for a decade now, and with more students came the need for a new space. 

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Manhunt for suspects in Baltimore area after officer's death

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PERRY HALL, Md. (AP) - Police backed by aircraft and trained dogs scoured a greater Baltimore suburb into the early hours Tuesday, seeking suspects believed armed and dangerous after the death of a female officer.

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Rubber Duck Roundup benefits visually impaired

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A hidden gem in Corpus Christi, is the South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind.

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Ariana Grande sends love to fans on Manchester anniversary

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LONDON (AP) - Ariana Grande shared a message of hope with fans Tuesday on the first anniversary of the bombing at Manchester Arena that killed 22 people.

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Schlitterbahn on the Island now hiring

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Earlier this month Schlitterbahn Corpus Christi was purchased by the International Bank of Commerce for $20 million.

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Summer risk: open water drowning

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(NBC News) A new report from Safe Kids Worldwide finds more children and teens drown in open bodies of water than in swimming pools.

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The truth about juicing

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(KPRC) Juicing is a diet trend that replaces meals or snacks with blended fruits and vegetables.

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Local man convicted of firearms charge related to trafficking drugs

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A 41-year-old Corpus Christi man has entered a guilty plea to possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.

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Various roads to be closed for remainder of the week

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Starting Monday, May 21, contractors began utility work on various city streets. This work is ongoing through Friday, May 25th. The following traffic control plans will be implemented during that time: Gollihar Road: Eastbound Gollihar Road will be reduced to one lane of traffic through the work site. McKinzie Road: Southbound McKinzie Road will be reduced to one lane of traffic. Buford Street: Traffic will be reduced to one lane of traffic.  Flaggers w...

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Researchers use mobile app to study local red snapper

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – After years of contentiously short fishing seasons, the 82-day federal Red Snapper season is set to open for private recreational anglers on Friday, June 1.

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Registration open for summer swim classes

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Children and adults alike are invited to cool off and learn to swim this summer with the Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department’s swim lessons program.

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Gov. Abbott to host roundtable events, discuss school safety

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AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott will host a series of roundtable sessions to generate solutions that improve safety and security at Texas schools and in our communities.

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TCEQ to hold public meeting for Gulf Coast Growth Venture's air permit

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It's your chance to hear more or voice your concerns about Gulf Coast Growth Ventures, the Exxon/Sabic plastics plant.  The public meeting has been scheduled by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will discuss GCGV air permit facility operations and a rail yard on the property where GCGV will be located.

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CCISD steps up security

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C.C.I.S.D has stepped up security after the school shooting in Sante Fe last Friday. Two additional people at each of the district's high schools are on the watch for anything suspicious for the last week of school.

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Ray HS principal to participate in governor's school security discussion

Dr. Cissy Reynolds-Perez will be the principal representative at Tuesday's roundtable on school security at the Texas Capitol. (KRIS) Dr. Cissy Reynolds-Perez will be the principal representative at Tuesday's roundtable on school security at the Texas Capitol. (KRIS)
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After Friday's deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School, Gov. Greg Abbott promised action on gun violence in schools, starting with a series of round table discussions. The first one is Tuesday at the state Capitol. One of the leaders invited to the event is Ray High School principal Dr. Cissy Reynolds-Perez.

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KZTV and DISH-TV deadline passes

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We have a programming note regarding our sister station, KZTV.   A deadline to reach an agreement between KZTV and DISH-TV passed at 6:00 pm.

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Javs return as regional champs, head to division II world series

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For the first time in school history, the Javelinas are heading to the Division II College Baseball World Series. The Hogs won the south central regional title this past weekend. They will travel to Cary, North Carolina for the double elimination tournament Thursday and begin play over the weekend.   

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Michigan police officer saves cat from busy highway

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A Michigan police officer saved a cat on the side of the interstate earlier this month. Take a look at the body cam footage of this adorable rescue.

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Special Report: What's on tap for Harbor Bridge project?

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Engineers with Flatiron-Dragados, the firm building the new Harbor Bridge say they're excited for what the next three months will bring. Some projects will take shape, while others will wrap up and give way to new projects. By the time Labor Day Weekend rolls around, the area will look considerably different.

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Burglar targets brand new Warrior Support Center

The Warrior Support Center in Robstown opened its doors less than a month ago, but it has already been targeted by a burglar. The Warrior Support Center in Robstown opened its doors less than a month ago, but it has already been targeted by a burglar.
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A thief stole about $1,000 worth of Xbox equipment and controllers from the veterans recreation room.

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Health experts investigate possible case of Hantavirus

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The Nueces County Health Department is now waiting for test results on a possible case of Hantavirus. Medics and other first responders in Flour Bluff were wearing isolation suits when they answered a medical call in the 500 block of Claride Street off of Waldron Road.

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Bishop police officer killed in hit and run crash

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A hit and run crash has claimed the life of a Bishop police officer. Pedro Vela was off-duty and riding his motorcycle in Brownsville Sunday to see friends and family when he was struck in a hit and run crash.

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CCPD investigates another industrial business burglary

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Forensic investigators were called out to an industrial business after police discovered a burglary. The incident happened in the 1100 block of Heinsohn Road near Bear Lane late Sunday afternoon just after 5:30 pm.

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Kleberg County warns residents about a phone scam

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The Kleberg County Sheriff's Office is warning its residents about a phone scam. Detectives say the scammers call in the late evening time hours and request a ransom for the release of a kidnapped relative.

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Make Fridays your movie night this summer

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Come be part of a 15-year summer tradition! Take your seat under the stars and watch a different film each Friday during the Summer 2018 Bay Jammin’ Cinema Series.

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Out-of-reach cellphone results in rollover accident

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A man reaching for his cellphone was fortunate to walk away after his car flipped on the Crosstown Expressway.

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Lancha crew caught fishing illegally off Texas coast

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Coast Guard law enforcement crews detected and interdicted a Mexican lancha boat crew engaged in illegal fishing in federal waters off South Texas, Thursday evening. According to USCG, crews stopped one lancha with a total of four Mexican fishermen engaged in illegal fishing. 

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History Harvest seeking items for Bell Library archives

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South Texas: iRemember of TAMU-CC is hosting its first-ever History Harvest June 8-9, with the goal of celebrating and preserving Coastal Bend family history, stories and memorabilia.

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US Postal Service issuing scratch-and-sniff stamps

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Letter writers will soon be able to express their sentiments in words and smells. The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that it will soon issue its first scratch-and-sniff stamps. The stamps feature illustrations of ice pops.

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  • Authorities: Suspected restaurant gunman had gun license

    Authorities: Suspected restaurant gunman had gun license

    Friday, May 25 2018 1:02 AM EDT2018-05-25 05:02:32 GMT
    Friday, May 25 2018 4:04 PM EDT2018-05-25 20:04:10 GMT
    (Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman via AP). Jennifer Stong hugs Tasha Hunt outside the scene of a shooting on the east side of Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City, Thursday, May 24, 2018. Stong was inside the restaurant when the shooting occurred.(Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman via AP). Jennifer Stong hugs Tasha Hunt outside the scene of a shooting on the east side of Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City, Thursday, May 24, 2018. Stong was inside the restaurant when the shooting occurred.
    Police: Man armed with pistol shot and wounded two customers at Oklahoma City restaurant before being shot dead by handgun-carrying civilian in parking lot.
    Police: Man armed with pistol shot and wounded two customers at Oklahoma City restaurant before being shot dead by handgun-carrying civilian in parking lot.
  • Student says science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter

    Student says science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:02 AM EDT2018-05-25 14:02:40 GMT
    Friday, May 25 2018 4:03 PM EDT2018-05-25 20:03:59 GMT
    Authorities have detained someone in what they described as an "active shooter" situation at a suburban Indianapolis middle school.
    Authorities have detained someone in what they described as an "active shooter" situation at a suburban Indianapolis middle school.
  • The Latest: Police working on how Indiana student got guns

    The Latest: Police working on how Indiana student got guns

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:22 AM EDT2018-05-25 14:22:49 GMT
    Friday, May 25 2018 4:03 PM EDT2018-05-25 20:03:50 GMT
    Authorities say two victims in a shooting at a suburban Indianapolis hospital are being taken to a hospital and the lone suspect is in custody.
    Authorities say two victims in a shooting at a suburban Indianapolis hospital are being taken to a hospital and the lone suspect is in custody.
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  • 6 Investigates Follows-Up on the HEB Tennis Center

    6 Investigates Follows-Up on the HEB Tennis Center

    Thursday, May 24 2018 7:27 PM EDT2018-05-24 23:27:58 GMT
    City audit reveals "loose controls" at the HEB Tennis CenterCity audit reveals "loose controls" at the HEB Tennis Center

    City auditors released their deep-dive into the HEB Tennis Center's finances and what they found worries city leaders, including Audit Committee Chairman and City Councilman Greg Smith. ""The city can - should - do better.," Smith tells 6 Investigates. "What we saw (in the audit) is unacceptable in contract management, in my opinion."? Read the audit report, below: The audit came in response to 6 Investigate's reporting earlier this year, when we found th...

    City auditors released their deep-dive into the HEB Tennis Center's finances and what they found worries city leaders, including Audit Committee Chairman and City Councilman Greg Smith. ""The city can - should - do better.," Smith tells 6 Investigates. "What we saw (in the audit) is unacceptable in contract management, in my opinion."? Read the audit report, below: The audit came in response to 6 Investigate's reporting earlier this year, when we found th...

  • 6 Investigates: "Bulletproof" Backpacks

    6 Investigates: "Bulletproof" Backpacks

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:25 PM EDT2018-05-23 23:25:01 GMT

    As hard is it is to contemplate a world in which they're necessary, people are turning to so-called "bulletproof" backpacks to give their kids a fighting chance if ever there's an active shooter on-campus. 6 Investigates put one of these Kevlar-lined packs to the test and discovered that, while it was able to stop some bullets, it couldn't stop them all. Take a look:

    As hard is it is to contemplate a world in which they're necessary, people are turning to so-called "bulletproof" backpacks to give their kids a fighting chance if ever there's an active shooter on-campus. 6 Investigates put one of these Kevlar-lined packs to the test and discovered that, while it was able to stop some bullets, it couldn't stop them all. Take a look:

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  • Houston's Chris Paul out for Game 6 vs Warriors with injury

    Houston's Chris Paul out for Game 6 vs Warriors with injury

    Friday, May 25 2018 1:06 PM EDT2018-05-25 17:06:23 GMT
    HOUSTON (AP) - Houston's Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night because of a hamstring injury.    Paul was injured in the fourth quarter of Houston's win over the Warriors on Thursday night. The win gave the Rockets a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.    The Rockets say Paul's strained right hamstring will be re-evaluated after the team returns to Houston following Game 6. (Copyright 2...
    HOUSTON (AP) - Houston's Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night because of a hamstring injury.    Paul was injured in the fourth quarter of Houston's win over the Warriors on Thursday night. The win gave the Rockets a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.    The Rockets say Paul's strained right hamstring will be re-evaluated after the team returns to Houston following Game 6. (Copyright 2...
  • H.S. Baseball & Softball Playoff Scores From Thursday

    H.S. Baseball & Softball Playoff Scores From Thursday

    Thursday, May 24 2018 11:19 PM EDT2018-05-25 03:19:43 GMT
    High school baseball & softball playoff scores from Thursday. Baseball- Class 5 Veterans Memorial 6 Boerne Champion 3 (Eagles lead series 1-0) Tivy 4 Carroll 1 (Antlers lead series 1-0) Class 4A Fredericksburg 12 Beeville 3 (Billies lead series 1-0) Class 3A Falfurrias 5 Gateway Prep 1 (Jerseys lead series 1-0) Class 2A Riviera 2 Thorndale 1 (Seahawks lead series 1-0) Softball- Class 4A Beeville 4 Cuero 0 (Saleen Flores tosses no-hitter. Beeville leads series 1-0) Cl...
    High school baseball & softball playoff scores from Thursday. Baseball- Class 5 Veterans Memorial 6 Boerne Champion 3 (Eagles lead series 1-0) Tivy 4 Carroll 1 (Antlers lead series 1-0) Class 4A Fredericksburg 12 Beeville 3 (Billies lead series 1-0) Class 3A Falfurrias 5 Gateway Prep 1 (Jerseys lead series 1-0) Class 2A Riviera 2 Thorndale 1 (Seahawks lead series 1-0) Softball- Class 4A Beeville 4 Cuero 0 (Saleen Flores tosses no-hitter. Beeville leads series 1-0) Cl...
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