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  • Official: Device explodes on NYC subway platform

    Official: Device explodes on NYC subway platform

    Monday, December 11 2017 8:29 AM EST2017-12-11 13:29:56 GMT
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    (NBC) New York officials confirm there has been an explosion at 42nd and 8th in Manhattan. The NYPD is responding to reports of an explosion of unknown origin at 42nd Street and 8th Ave, #Manhattan. The A, C and E line are being evacuated at this time. Info is preliminary, more when available. pic.twitter.com/7vpNT97iLC — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) December 11, 2017 This is a breaking news story, updates will be posted to this story as they are received. SPECIAL RE...

    (NBC) New York officials confirm there has been an explosion at 42nd and 8th in Manhattan. The NYPD is responding to reports of an explosion of unknown origin at 42nd Street and 8th Ave, #Manhattan. The A, C and E line are being evacuated at this time. Info is preliminary, more when available. pic.twitter.com/7vpNT97iLC — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) December 11, 2017 This is a breaking news story, updates will be posted to this story as they are received. SPECIAL RE...

Mike Shaw Toyota and Walmart teamed up over the Thanksgiving holiday for Turkeys For Troops giveaway. Mike Shaw Toyota and Walmart teamed up over the Thanksgiving holiday for Turkeys For Troops giveaway.

Mike Shaw Toyota, Wal-Mart donate turkeys to Harvey affected residents

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During the week of Thanksgiving, Mike Shaw Toyota and Wal-Mart teamed up for the first ever Turkey for Troops giveaway. It was for all veterans and active military members. They gave away more than 2,100 turkeys.  Both are joining forces once again, this time to help residents affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Mike Shaw Toyota and Wal-Mart will be handing out free turkeys to residents at their Holiday Turkey for Harvey Recovery event today. Fourteen hundred turkeys will be...

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No Snow Expected This Week

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Mild weather is expected for most of the week. With the exception of a weak cold front on Thursday that will bring in some clouds and a few light showers otherwise you can expect sunny skies and mild temperatures. Today: Sunny, mild and dry. High 71. Tuesday: Sunny,  mild and dry. High 69. Wednesday: Mostly sunny and mild. Weak front late in  the day. High 67. Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a few light showers. Cooler. High 63. Friday: Mostly sunny and mild.68

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Harvey damaged storage units catch fire

Storage units on the 2400 block of Highway 35 N. were heavily damaged by a fire overnight. Storage units on the 2400 block of Highway 35 N. were heavily damaged by a fire overnight.
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A storage unit that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey caught fire overnight. Fire crews were called out to a storage unit on the 2400 block of Highway 35 N. in Rockport just after 3 a.m., according to fire officials. When crews arrived, about 15 units were consumed by flames. It took crews from Rockport, Ingleside, Lamar, and Fulton around 45 minutes to get the flames under control, according to officials. Officials say there was very little roofing on the building due to Hur...

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Area 6 Hurricane Harvey debris collection begins

Hurricane Harvey debris collection schedule. Hurricane Harvey debris collection schedule.
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Crews will begin picking up Hurricane Harvey debris in Area 6 today, Monday, Dec. 11.  Area 6 includes the space bounded by South Staples Street to South Padre Island Drive (S.P.I.D.) between Ayers Street and Kostoryz Road, and from South Padre Island Drive (S.P.I.D) to south of the Oso Creek to the City Limits, between Ayers Street and Weber Road. Area 6 residents must have debris set out by 7:00 a.m. Monday, Dec. 11 for pickup. For an interactive map of debris collection a...

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National Seashore: More than 200 cold-stunned sea turtles found in Texas

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The Padre Island National Seashore is continuing to ask beach goers to be on the lookout for cold-stunned sea turtles. Dr. Donna Shaver, the head of sea turtle science and recovery at PINS, says after asking for the public's help in reporting turtle sightings, 214 green sea turtles have been found in Texas, most of them on local beaches. Shaver says all but eight of the turtles were found alive, and the rescued turtles are reviving quickly and should be ready for release in a few da...

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Final push for Moore and Jones in Alabama Senate race

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Alabama Democrats see Tuesday's special Senate election as a chance to renounce a history littered with politicians whose race-baiting, bombast and other baggage have long soiled the state's reputation beyond its borders.    Many Republicans see the vote as chance to ratify their conservative values and protect President Donald Trump's agenda ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.    At the center are Republican Roy Moore, a former jurist tw...

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USS Lexington celebrates Christmas with kids from Driscoll Children's Hospital

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The USS Lexington is doing its part to make sure children enjoy some Christmas fun. Today, the Lexington hosted the 16th annual ‘Pilot for a Day’ Christmas party for children from Driscoll Children’s Hospital.

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Solid Rock Church holds annual Christmas parade

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Solid Rock Church held it's annual Christmas parade and festival Sunday night. Church members and Santa Claus paraded through in the neighborhoods surrounding the church on Ayers Street.

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Officials urge Santa Barbara residents to flee

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Fire officials say the most destructive of the Southern California wildfires has burned more than 270 square miles and is only 15 percent contained.

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Local church gives needy family's home 'Extreme Christmas Makeover'

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A teenager from Corpus Christi may convince you that miracles exist. Ezequiel Cuestas, 16, from Corpus Christi, is battling leukemia. For years, he has prayed for a new family home. And thanks to volunteers and a local church community, Cuestas got his wish. 

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Quiet weather pattern this week, despite a few fronts pushing through

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High pressure has generally been in control of our weather pattern and it has led to mostly sunny skies with chilly mornings in the upper 30s to lower 40s and afternoon highs in the mid to upper 60s. An upper-level disturbance that is hanging out over Baja California will throw some high clouds our way overnight and for the start of the work week.  Despite this, no rain is in the forecast as it should be plenty sunny for much of the upcoming work week. There are a couple of wea...

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Dimension XLV

Painting by Tony Armadillo about the issues facing women Painting by Tony Armadillo about the issues facing women
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December is a busy month at the Art Center of Corpus Christi. Two new exhibits have just opened and some great family events are coming up between now and Christmas.

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Cowboys move to 7-6, still in playoff chase

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By TOM CANAVAN AP Sports Writer      EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys needed a big win to stay in the playoff hunt and they got it with the big play in spoiling Steve Spagnuolo's debut as New York interim coach and the return of quarterback Eli Manning to the Giants' starting lineup.      Dak Prescott threw two of his three touchdown passes, including a go-ahead 20-yarder to Giants' nemesis Jason Witten, and linebacker Sean Lee set up a tou...

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Robstown Fire Chief released from Nueces County Jail

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Nueces County Jail staff report Ricardo Gonzalez, who is currently employed as the Fire Chief for the Robstown Fire Department, has been released from jail. Jail records state Gonzalez was booked into the jail Sunday morning and was charged with driving while intoxicated.

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A Nice End to the Weekend

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It's another chilly morning here in the Coastal Bend. Temperatures have dropped into the upper 30's to low 40's. However, we are looking for rather pleasant weather conditions for the end to our weekend. We will see plenty of sunshine with an afternoon high around 67 degrees today. Expect light winds out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. It seems we are going to remain in this tranquil weather pattern for much of the week ahead. 

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Operation Save the Snow: One local woman working to save special snowman

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Our South Texas snow day may have come to an end, but one woman on the city's southside isn’t quite ready to let it go. Like many Coastal Bend residents, Linzy Adams was excited to see the first snow fall here in more than a decade, and took to social media to share photos and video of her snow day fun. However, now that temperatures have risen, Adams is on a quest to make sure her little corner of the winter wonderland doesn't melt away. Linzy Adams Adams says she...

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Lawmakers urge more funding, awareness to suicide prevention

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HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaii legislators are grappling with how to prevent suicides, the leading cause of fatal injuries in the state. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports one person dies every two days by suicide in Hawaii. 

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Trump talks tax cuts and budget on golf course with Graham

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - President Donald Trump sought Sunday to gloss over the difficult work ahead for lawmakers laboring to finalize tax cut legislation he can sign by his self-imposed Christmas deadline.

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Pope urges nuclear disarmament, climate-change solutions

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VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Francis is calling for a world without nuclear arms and for effective measures to combat climate change. Addressing the faithful Sunday in St. Peter's Square, he stressed what he called "the strong link between human rights and nuclear disarmament."

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Texas man sentenced for illegally making guns sent to Mexico

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DALLAS (AP) - A North Texas man has been sentenced to 6½ years in federal prison for illegally making hundreds of firearms - some of which ended up in Mexico. Gary Busby was sentenced Friday during a federal court hearing in Dallas. 

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Bono tells paper he takes tax probe 'incredibly seriously'

PHOTO: Bono is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, venture capitalist, businessman, and philanthropist. He is best known as the lead vocalist of rock band U2. Birthday 5/10 1960, Photo Date: 11/6/14 PHOTO: Bono is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, venture capitalist, businessman, and philanthropist. He is best known as the lead vocalist of rock band U2. Birthday 5/10 1960, Photo Date: 11/6/14
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BERLIN (AP) - U2 frontman Bono says he takes the investigation into his business arrangements "incredibly seriously" and wants them to be transparent. Bono was named in the "Paradise Papers " leaks that detailed the offshore tax arrangements of numerous high-profile individuals.

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'Coco' tops box office again before 'Star Wars' hits

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - The animated family film "Coco" has topped the box office for a third time on a quiet, pre "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" weekend in theaters. Disney estimated Sunday that "Coco" added $18.3 million, which would brin...

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Trump draws protests while honoring civil rights heroes

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - President Donald Trump has honored figures of civil rights movement, some famous, some not. But his tour of the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and adjacent Museum of Mississippi in Jackson drew protests Saturday.

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Officials: Patients at risk in Dallas psychiatric hospital

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(AP) - Federal officials have warned that patients at a psychiatric hospital in Dallas are in "immediate jeopardy" two years after Texas regulators first threatened to close the facility for severe safety problems.

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New evacuations as huge Southern California fire flares up

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A flare-up on the western edge of Southern California's largest and most destructive wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday, as wind-fanned flames churned through canyons and down hillsides toward coastal towns.

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Accusations of misconduct followed top gossip editor

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Dylan Howard, the top editor at National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc., who previously faced allegations of sexual misconduct at the gossip news giant, was also accused of harassing behavior at another employer, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Associated Press. 

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The Latest: Pope warns of Jerusalem ‘spiral of violence’

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The Latest on the fallout from the U.S. decision to declare Jerusalem Israel’s capital (all times local): 3:10 p.m. The Vatican says Pope Francis is praying so that “leaders of nations” commit themselves to work to “avert a new spiral of violence” over Jerusalem and is expressing “sorrow for the clashes in recent days that have produced victims.” 

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Racial dispute at beloved bakery roils liberal college town

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The three students were arrested after punching and kicking a white shopkeeper that the 18- and 19-year-old students said was because they were racially profiled as customers in the store.

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‘Firefighting at Christmas’ may become normal in California

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A week of destructive fires in Southern California is ending but danger still looms. Well into what’s considered the wet season, there’s been nary a drop of rain. That’s good for sun-seeking tourists, but could spell more disaster for a region that emerged this spring from a yearslong drought and now has firefighters on edge because of parched conditions and no end in sight to the typical fire season. “This is the new normal,&rd...

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Early praise for ‘The Last Jedi’ after elaborate premiere

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — There were cheers, gasps, droid photo opportunities, casino games and more than a few standing ovations at the jam-packed world premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Saturday night in Los Angeles, which many are already praising online. Rian Johnson, the writer and director of the eighth installment of the franchise, dedicated the night to the late Carrie Fisher, who died after filming had completed. “She’s up there flipping the bird...

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Field goal try wide on final play, Army holds off Navy 14-13

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(AP) - Just when you thought Army-Navy couldn't get any more intense, it snowed.      Then 60 minutes of bruising football came down to squinting through that snow to see where a long field goal attempt would land.      Wide left. Cue the celebration for Army. The Black Knights are back.      Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal on the final play and Army he...

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Snow slows or shuts down much of normally sunny Deep South

Snow covered portions of the beach in Port Aransas. Snow covered portions of the beach in Port Aransas.
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(AP) - An unusually heavy December snowfall across much of the Deep South tapered off Saturday, icy road conditions were still a threat and thousands remained without electricity throughout the region.      Forecasters warned that moisture on the roadways could freeze overnight and cause black ice to form. The National Weather Service said that even after snow flurries ended by midday, areas includ...

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Storybook Winter Wonderland at Art Museum of South Texas

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People got the chance to see their favorite storybook characters on display in a Winter Wonderland! That was at the Christmas tree forest, a reading wonderland, over at the Art Museum of South Texas.  It was a free family fun Saturday at the museum. Families could go see the display of 30 Christmas trees, each decorated to mirror the themes of children's books.  The trees were decorated by local school children and the Christmas forest exhibit ends this Wednesday. A... More>>

City holds glass recycling event

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Whether it's chipped, cracked, or broken, glass is always 100 percent recyclable and Saturday lots of people brought items over to the city's glass recycling event.  The event took place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Whitecap Wastewater Treatment Plant on Padre Island. All colors and all types of glass were accepted.  The city says recycling not only helps the environment but keeps glass out of the landfills.  If you didn't make it out, the city hosts glass... More>>

Now that the Niña is afloat, work begins to clean her up

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There was a "work party" in the Corpus Christi Marina Saturday but this wasn't a holiday party. This as folks came together to do work on the Nina, the last remaining replica of Christopher Columbus historic ships. The vessel sunk during Hurricane Harvey in August and was just brought to the surface this week. After crews pumped water out of the nina., the ship still needs a lot of repairs.  "Obviously she's up, and we're just trying to clean her up a littl... More>>

Walk-on to Heisman: Oklahoma's Mayfield wins in landslide

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(AP) - Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has won the Heisman Trophy, completing a climb from walk-on to one of the most accomplished players in the history of college football.      The brash, flag-planting Sooners star became the sixth Oklahoma player to the win Heisman in one of the most lopsided votes ever.      Stanford running back Bryce Love was the runner-up, making it five...

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Aransas Pass families get Christmas trees and decorations

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Harvey victims are celebrating their first Christmas after the storm. But there’s a chance many of the family’s holiday decorations were taken with Harvey. The Chow Train, a non-profit based out of San Antonio wants to make sure those families still celebrate the holiday with a Christmas tree and trimmings. On Saturday, the organization handed out nearly 100 trees to households in Aransas Pass.

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Playoff Football Highlights - Calallen vs. Austin McCallum - Friday Night Fever

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Saturday, the Calallen Wildcats season came to an end at the UIL 5A Division II region Final, and we've got your highlights and final results right here. 

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Pooch in 'dog pound' after allegedly destroying Christmas decoration

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One pooch in San Juan, New Mexico is learning if you do the crime then you got to do the time. Josie was taken into custody after she was accused of attacking a beloved elf. Her owner Shane Ferrari says he and his family woke up one morning and found the elf headless and in pieces.

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Cold-stunned sea turtles are washing up

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The National Seashore is asking for you to keep an eye out for cold-stunned sea turtles. So far more than 20 turtles have been found in and near Packery Channel stunned by the cold waters.

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Police believe deaths of father, 2 kids was murder-suicide

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NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas (AP) - Authorities in North Texas are investigating the shooting deaths of a man and his two small children as an apparent murder-suicide. Police in North Richland Hills say the shooting took place on Saturday.

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Abundant Sunshine Again Tomorrow

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It's going to be another cold night here in the Coastal Bend. Temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 30's again overnight. We will end the weekend with more pleasant weather conditions. Look for mostly sunny skies tomorrow with an afternoon high around 68 degrees. Winds will be light out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. We remain in a rather tranquil weather pattern for most of the week ahead.

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LIVE Playoff Football Scores - Calallen vs. Austin McCallum -Friday Night Fever

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Football season continues as Calallen takes on Austin McCallum in the 5A Division II Region Final, and the Friday Night Fever crew is on the field at the Alamo Dome bringing you the latest scores, highlights and more! 

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California fires burn more than 1,000 structures

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FALLBROOK, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say they've counted more than 1,000 homes and others buildings destroyed by wildfires ravaging Southern California for the past week. 

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Agent: Japanese star pitcher-hitter Ohtani to join Angels

PHOTO: Shohei Ohtani, Japanese professional baseball pitcher and outfielder, Photo Date: 2015 Photo: WBSC PHOTO: Shohei Ohtani, Japanese professional baseball pitcher and outfielder, Photo Date: 2015 Photo: WBSC
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Japanese star Shohei Ohtani is bringing his arm and bat to the Los Angeles Angels, pairing him with two-time MVP Mike Trout. Ohtani's agent put out a statement Friday saying the prized two-way player had decided to sign with the Angels, a surprise winner over Seattle, Texas and several other teams.

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Macron hails late rocker as 'a part of France'

PHOTO: Johnny Hallyday was a Belgian-French singer and actor, Photo Date: 4/8/17 PHOTO: Johnny Hallyday was a Belgian-French singer and actor, Photo Date: 4/8/17
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PARIS (AP) - French President Emmanuel Macron is mourning a "part of France" that has departed with the death of rock star Johnny Hallyday, calling him a prodigal son of the nation during the singer's exceptional funeral ceremony. 

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Irish border lives and livelihoods hinge on Brexit outcome

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FLORENCECOURT, Northern Ireland (AP) - Since Britain voted to leave the European Union, concerns have mounted about whether there will be a return to customs duties and vehicle checks at the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor

Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor. Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor.
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Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor LUXOR, Egypt (AP) - Egypt's Antiquities Ministry says archaeologists have discovered two ancient tombs in the southern city of Luxor.

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AP FACT CHECK: Blue high-tax states fund red low-tax states

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(AP) - Republican leaders have spent months promoting the myth that red low-tax states are subsidizing blue high-tax states because of the deduction for state and local taxes. An Associated Press Fact Check finds it's actually the other way around. High-tax, traditionally Democratic states (blue), subsidize low-tax, traditionally Republican states (red) - in a big way.

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US wants world to isolate N. Korea, but what's that mean?

Soldiers march in a military parade on the centenary of the birth of Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea, Photo Date: 4/15/2012 Soldiers march in a military parade on the centenary of the birth of Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea, Photo Date: 4/15/2012
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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador has urged the world to sever diplomatic ties with North Korea. But what's that mean? Should all embassies close? How about those providing U.S. with intelligence? And what of Sweden, which helps with imprisoned Americans?

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Firefighters had to step aside as winds powered infernos

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FALLBROOK, Calif. (AP) - Firefighters in Southern California were on high alert for dangerous fire potential even before the first blazes broke out. But once flames met ferocious winds, fire crews were mostly powerless to stop infernos.

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Boycotts, protests to greet Trump on Mississippi visit

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - President Donald Trump plans to celebrate heroes of the civil rights movement during a visit to Mississippi, but at least one leader of that era says plans to be a no-show.

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Turkey president asks Muslims to remain calm

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JERUSALEM (AP) - Turkey's president has called on Muslims to remain calm in their response to the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday said protesters should act within the scope of law and democracy.

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Iraqi commander says his country's war against IS has ended

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(AP) - A senior Iraqi military commander says his country's war against the Islamic State group is over. In an announcement Saturday, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Amir Rasheed Yar Allah says combat operations against the extremists have concluded after Iraqi forces retook control of the country's border with Syria. 

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Firefighters had to step aside as winds powered infernos

Dick Marsala looks through the debris from his destroyed home after a wildfire roared through his country club neighborhood on Friday, in Bonsall, California. Wind-swept fires have blazed through Southern California, forcing the evacuation of thousands an Dick Marsala looks through the debris from his destroyed home after a wildfire roared through his country club neighborhood on Friday, in Bonsall, California. Wind-swept fires have blazed through Southern California, forcing the evacuation of thousands an
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Fires have taken people by surprise over a large swath of Southern California since the biggest fire broke out Monday evening in Ventura County, where the only death attributed to the fires, so far, involved a 70-year-old woman who was found dead in a wrecked car on a designated evacuation route in the small city of Santa Paula.

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Final preparations underway for ‘The Last Jedi’ premier

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Star Wars is taking over a site near downtown Los Angeles in anticipation of the premiere of the franchise’s latest film. Crews worked Friday to set up the Shrine Auditorium for Saturday’s world premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” A giant assault vehicle and gun turrets towered over the carpet where guests will make their way into the venue. 

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Heisman favorite Mayfield is unconventional NFL prospect

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Baker Mayfield is in many ways the perfect college football player: Good enough to play at an elite level, but because he is not an ideal NFL prospect, he stuck around long enough to lead Oklahoma to three Big 12 championships and two playoff appearances. Mayfield is the clear favorite to win the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night and become the first senior to take home the award since Ohio State’s Troy Smith in 2006. 

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New Mexico school shooter left note plotting attack, suicide

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A 21-year-old gunman who disguised himself as a student to get into a New Mexico high school where he killed two students had caught the attention of U.S. investigators more than a year ago, authorities said Friday. William Atchison, a former student at small-town Aztec High School, had legally purchased a handgun at a local store a month ago and planned the attack, authorities said. He left a message on a thumb drive found on his body that detailed his plan.

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Playoff Football Highlights - Refugio vs. Mason - Friday Night Fever

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Friday night, the Refugio Bobcats made their presence known in the UIL State Playoffs...and we've got your highlights and final results right here on this web page!

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US Navy prepares to comb sea bed for crashed plane, Sailors

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TOKYO (AP) - The U.S. Navy says it will deploy deep water salvage experts to search for a transport aircraft that crashed in the western Pacific last month, killing three Sailors.      The C-2A "Greyhound" aircraft was traveling to the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan when it crashed the day before Thanksgiving in the Philippine Sea. Eight people were rescued.      The plane's last position on the surface is known but the depth of the water ex...

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Ex-priest gets life in prison for 1960 parishioner slaying

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EDINBURG, Texas (AP) - A jury on Friday sentenced an 85-year-old former priest to life in prison for the 1960 killing of a schoolteacher and former beauty queen who was a member of the parish he served.      The same jurors in Hidalgo County in South Texas found John Bernard Feit guilty of murder Thursday night. Prosecutors asked jurors Friday for a 57-year prison term - one year for each year he had walked free since killing Irene Garza after she went to him for confes... More>>

Drug companies sue to block California drug price law

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(AP) - Pharmaceutical companies on Friday sued to block a new California law that would require them to give advance notice before big price increases.      The law was approved this year in response to consumer outrage over a rise in drug spending and high costs for some prescription treatments, including new Hepatitis C medications and EpiPens to control allergic reactions.    &nbs...

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Media fight Kushners for names of partners in Md. buildings

PHOTO: Jared Kushner, real estate investor and developer, newspaper owner, and senior advisor to President Donald Trump., Photo Date: April 3, 2017 PHOTO: Jared Kushner, real estate investor and developer, newspaper owner, and senior advisor to President Donald Trump., Photo Date: April 3, 2017
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(AP) - News outlets including The Associated Press filed a motion in federal court Friday arguing that a document containing the names of investors in some Kushner Cos. apartment buildings in Maryland should be unsealed and available to the media.      The Kushner Cos. has argued that the privacy rights of its partners in its Maryland buildings outweigh the public interest in the disclosure, saying the me...

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Retired Texas teachers leaving state health plan

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(AP) - Thousands of retired Texas teachers are abandoning the health insurance program the state created for them, a concerning move for a health care system that faces a $700 million funding shortfall.      About 7,800 retirees have requested to leave the health insurance program housed under the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. The number of requests to opt out of the program has been about 1,500 or less per year in the past, the Austin American-State...

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Man alleges Texas police officers lied, shot him in the back

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(AP) - A man shot twice by police in Texas is suing several officers and the city of Fort Worth, alleging an officer shot him in the back without cause and several other officers colluded to cover up what he says are flaws in the shooting.      The civil rights lawsuit, filed Dec. 5, centers on a 2015 shooting that happened when officers responded to a report that Jeremi Rainwater had fired several shotgun rou...

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3rd Zika infection by Texas mosquito reported this year

Corpus Christi Vector Contril crews are stepping up efforts to combat mosquitoes after Hurricane Harvey blew in last week. Corpus Christi Vector Contril crews are stepping up efforts to combat mosquitoes after Hurricane Harvey blew in last week.
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(AP) - Health officials say a person in Texas appears to have been infected with Zika after being bitten by a local mosquito, the third such instance this year.      Officials said Thursday that a McAllen resident appears to have been infected by a mosquito in Hidalgo County, located on the border with Mexico. Previously this year, another local transmission was reported in Hidalgo County and one in neighboring Cameron County.      The Tex...

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Star Wars cast reflects on Carrie Fisher's and Leia's legacy

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By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer      LOS ANGELES (AP) - Carrie Fisher may have been the "madcap Auntie Mame" to Mark Hamill's "square" homebody, but despite their differences, the Star Wars siblings got along famously right till the end.      While both skyrocketed to celebrity with their Star Wars roles in 1977 and remained inextricably linked through their on-screen family, Hamill says he missed a lot of Fisher's life - during "t... More>>

LIVE Playoff Football Scores - Friday Night Fever

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Football season continues for two local teams who've advanced in the UIL State Football playoffs, and the Friday Night Fever crew is on the field bringing you the latest scores, highlights and more!

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Snow-goers enjoy some fun in the snow at Cole Park

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It was a rare site in South Texas on Friday morning. People across the Coastal Bend got up early to enjoy some fun in the snow. Some of them, even up before the sun. Those people could be found at Corpus Christi's Cole Park.

Norberto Martinez woke his son up with the news that it snowed over night. The two came out to Cole Park early to get in some morning-sledding.

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Snow makes for cold night for people at Rockport tent city

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A little snow still covered parts of the ground at the Rockport Relief Camp Friday afternoon, a reminder of a long, cold night.

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Cold weather results in rescue of 25 illegal aliens by Laredo Border Patrol

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Border Patrol agents rescued more than 20 illegal aliens in Laredo, Hebbronville, Freer and Zapata, in a 24-hour period from December 7-8. According to agents, the subjects were in distress due to cold weather and had gotten lost while walking in the brush, causing agents to be sent throughout Laredo and surrounding communities to find them. The search resulted in in 25 illegal aliens being rescued. Customs and Border Patrol says the subjects showed symptoms of hypothermia, but aft... More>>

Rollover accident results in seizure of more than $1 million in marijuana

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Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station acted on information about an attempt to smuggle narcotics near Fronton, Texas on Wednesday.  Agents say they saw a maroon SUV headed south toward Rio Grande City, and after searching the area, discovered the vehicle flipped onto its side, with the driver nowhere to be found. 

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Interstate 37 ramp to close this weekend

The Texas Department of Transportation says it will equip trucks with a sand-gravel mix that will be spread on several roadways. The Texas Department of Transportation says it will equip trucks with a sand-gravel mix that will be spread on several roadways.
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The exit ramp from Interstate 37 southbound to State Highway 358 will be closed from from 7 p.m. Saturday to 5 p.m. Sunday. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, the ramp will be closed to allow the installation of a new concrete traffic rail on the SH 358 bridge. TxDOT advises motorists traveling to SH 358 to take the Crosstown Expressway to South Padre Island Drive. In a release today, TxDOT says drivers are urged to be aware of the closure... More>>

Three Dallas Cowboys baptized at team training facility

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The Dallas Cowboys team chaplain baptized three Cowboys players at the team's practice facility this week.  KXAN reports team chaplain Jonathan Evans posted a video online of safety Kavon Frazier, linebacker Anthony Hitchens, and linebacker Justin March-Lillard, getting baptized in the training room pool. Jonathan Evans

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Snow turns Port Aransas Beach into a winter wonderland

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This is the perfect weather for fun in the sun, surf and snow. Snow covered the dunes and the bollards at the beach in Port Aransas. Lots of children spent Friday morning rolling down the dunes. Meredith Mayo said, "It's so much fun. I love it."  Laura Campbell said, "When I saw the snow. I was very amazed. I was thinking about it but I was getting my hopes up. Then, it came and I was like Wo!" Steven Poag who moved to Port Aransas two years ago from Michig...

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Demolition of old Tule Lift Bridge continues

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The Port of Corpus Christi Authority has announced planned demolition activities today for the removal of the old Tule Lift Bridge along Navigation Boulevard.  According to the port, removal of the structure requires controlled detonation of explosive devices below the water surface at about 1 p.m. The port says no action is required by the community at this time.  More>>

Winter weather forces area school districts to delay classes until roads are less hazardous

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In preparation for potential severe winter weather local school districts are adjusting school schedules. Stay tuned here for the most up-to-date information on your local school. 

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More than 17,000 electric customers without power most of the night

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More than 17 thousand customers on the Southside of Corpus Christi have been without electricity since around midnight. Friday morning, AEP said there are still almost 13 thousand customers in the area currently without power, about ten thousand of which are on the south side of town. 

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PHOTOS: South Texas Snow 2017

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It is snowing in South Texas! Many viewers sent in photos of the fluffy stuff.  You can still submit photos to our Facebook page and we will add them to the sideshow! Enjoy the snow day, South Texas!

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TxDOT: Area roads closed due to weather

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TxDOT is currently assessing road conditions and have released this information. We will continue to update this story as more information comes in. At 3 a.m. today, these roads were closed due to snow/ice: · Overpass on US 181 at FM 1145 south of Kenedy · US 181 on east side of Beeville from Business 181 to FM 3355   "Please stay off roads throughout the Coastal Bend until conditions improve. Wind-driven snow/rain hampering visibility; slushy travel lanes.&qu... More>>

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield named the AP Player of the Year

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Baker Mayfield is The Associated Press college football Player of the Year, becoming the fourth Oklahoma quarterback to win the award since it was established in 1998. Mayfield easily outpointed Stanford running back Bryce Love, who came in second. Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, the other finalist and last year’s Heisman Trophy winner, was third in the award announced Thursday. 

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Ex-priest convicted of murdering Texas woman in 1960

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An ex-priest was convicted of murdering a 25-year-old Texas schoolteacher and beauty queen on Thursday, more than 57 years after Irene Garza went to Sacred Heart Catholic Church in McAllen intending to go to confession. Garza’s bludgeoned body was found days after her April 16, 1960, disappearance. An autopsy revealed that she had been raped while unconscious and had been beaten and suffocated. A Hidalgo County jury deliberated 6½ hours befo...

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Arizona GOP lawmaker resigns over surrogacy allegation

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Republican Rep. Trent Franks of Arizona said Thursday he is resigning next month after revealing that he discussed surrogacy with two female staffers. The eight-term lawmaker, a staunch conservative and fierce opponent of abortion, said in a statement that he never physically intimidated, coerced or attempted to have any sexual contact with any member of his congressional staff. 

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Naval Air Station delays opening

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In response to forecasted winter weather and projected hazardous driving conditions, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi announced this evening that base services will open at 9 a.m. NAS is advising that all personnel are directed to report two hours later than normal working hours, and are urged to use increased caution when driving. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi

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Ethics panel to investigate Rep. Farenthold sex harassment allegations

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(AP) - The House Ethics Committee says it has unanimously voted to establish an investigative panel to examine sexual harassment allegations against Republican Rep. Blake Farenthold of Texas.

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First Lady makes her first visit to Whataburger

After visiting areas hit by Hurricane Harvey, Melania Trump, Karen Pence and Cecilia Abbott picked up lunch at a local Whataburger restaurant. After visiting areas hit by Hurricane Harvey, Melania Trump, Karen Pence and Cecilia Abbott picked up lunch at a local Whataburger restaurant.
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While visiting the Coastal Bend to check on Harvey recovery, Melania Trump and Karen Pence stopped to get a bite at a local Whataburger restaurant.

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Woman arrested in connection to large fight at Driscoll Middle School

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Police were called to assist CCISD officers in connection to a large fight that broke out inside Driscoll Middle School around 8:15 p.m. Wednesday night. CCISD Police Chief Kirby Warnke confirms a woman was arrested in connection to a fight after a warrant was issued for her arrest.

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Corpus Christi City senior center opening delayed Friday

Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation logo. Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation logo.
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The City of Corpus Christi's senior centers will open on a delayed schedule due to weather concerns on Friday. Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department announced that all City senior centers will open late, at 10 a.m. on Friday, December 8 due to winter weather conditions.

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RTA preparing for possible delays due to winter weather

RTA offering free rides to the polls. (KRIS) RTA offering free rides to the polls. (KRIS)
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Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority is preparing for possible delays in service tomorrow due to ice on freeways and bridges. CCRTA will be providing full service with the exception of the first trip for Route 76 at 6:20 a.m. that will be closed December 8. All routes that use a freeway or expressway will be detoured onto the access road until at least 8 a.m. Both routes 76 and 78 will be dependent on Texas Department of Transportation’s assessment of bridges and ... More>>

Nueces County facilities, courthouse to open late Friday

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Due to increased potential for winter weather in South Texas, Nueces County has announced that its facilities will open late on Friday. All Nueces County facilities, including the Nueces County Courthouse will not open until 10:00 a.m. on Friday morning, December 8. More>>

Squirrel caught red handed

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A family in New Jersey has been putting out a tray of holiday goodies for years.  This year, however, they found the tray that was intended for the mailman and delivery people, ransacked within just a few hours.  After reviewing security footage, they discovered an obese, thieving squirrel stealing the treats.  According to the homeowners, the squirrel has expensive tastes, and prefers Ghirardelli. They say he took more than two dozen of the chocolate squares.&nb... More>>

CCISD hopes to name new mascot for Hamlin next year

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Corpus Christi Independent School District is hoping to name a new mascot for Hamlin School next year. In September, the district pulled the rebel mascot after someone emailed to complain about it. Corpus Christi ISD Dr. Roland Hernandez tells KRIS 6 News the district is still in the process of coming up with a new mascot. He says the district is still receiving ideas from students and community members Hernandez said, "We're still in that process. Once we narrow that down, we'...

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CCPD, Homeland Security conduct investigation at south side home

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Numerous law enforcement officials were at a local home this morning conducting a joint investigation between the Corpus Christi Police Department and Homeland Security, according to officers on scene.   Residents in the area said they woke to loud booms and shouting over a megaphone on the 6700 block of Deerwood Drive around 6:20 this morning. Not much information is know at this time, but the scene is close to an elementary school.  The principal for Club Estates Elemen...

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Franken announces resignation from Senate amid allegations

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(AP) - Minnesota Sen. Al Franken said Thursday he will resign from Congress in coming weeks following a wave of sexual misconduct allegations and a collapse of support from his Democratic colleagues, a swift political fall for a once-rising Democratic star.      "I may be resigning my seat, but I am not giving up my voice," Franken said in the otherwise-hushed Senate chamber.      ...

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The Texas Department of Transportation preparing for winter precipitation

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The Texas Department of Transportation is gearing up for icy conditions overnight. TxDOT spokesperson Rickey Dailey says his department is monitoring the situation and TxDOT crews will be ready to respond. This afternoon, crews will equip its trucks with V-boxes filled with a sand-gravel mix. They will fill their trucks stationed at its maintenance yards in Kingsville, Alice, Robstown, Corpus Christi, Sinton and George West. The v-box allows them to spread the sand-gravel m...

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Family Fun Day to include a Christmas Tree Forest

Take a stroll through the Christmas Tree Forest. Take a stroll through the Christmas Tree Forest.
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A free Family Fun Day is expected to draw children of all ages to The Art Museum of South Texas this weekend.

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CCISD Superintendent provides update on new schools

CCISD Superintendent Dr. Roland Hernandez updates parents and community members on the construction of the new schools. CCISD Superintendent Dr. Roland Hernandez updates parents and community members on the construction of the new schools.
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Several parents got an update on the construction of several Corpus Christi Independent School District schools. On Thursday morning, Dr. Roland Hernandez hosted "Coffee with the Superintendent" at Salinas Catering at 2515 Leopard Street.  Dr. Hernandez told parents and community leaders that the new Baker Middle School and the new Cunningham-South Park Middle School will open in August 2019. Windsor Park Elementary will open in January 2019. The Natatorium is expecte... More>>

6 Investigates Follows-Up: CITGO arrests

Alirio Zambrano and five other Citgo executives were arrested for suspected embezzlement. Alirio Zambrano and five other Citgo executives were arrested for suspected embezzlement.
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The arrest of six CITGO executives, including one from Corpus Christi, raises questions on the company's future. That's because the refinery is part of the U.S. arm of Venezuela's state-owned oil company. Now, as a new regime in Caracas struggles asserts its control over the Venezuelan economy, we asked an oil and gas expert whether the arrests cast uncertainty on CITGO's future. Here's what she said:

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Radioman 3rd Class Howard W. Bean laid to rest

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ARLINGTON, Va. (Dec. 6, 2017) Radioman 3rd Class Howard W. Bean, from Everett, Mass., assigned to the Battleship USS Oklahoma (BB 37) during World War II, was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery Dec. 6. Bean is one of nearly 400 unidentified service members who died aboard Oklahoma during the attack on Pearl Harbor. More>>

Customer fatally shoots robber at San Antonio restaurant

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Officials say a man eating with his family at a San Antonio fast food restaurant fatally shot a man who threatened his family and employees with a gun.    Police Capt. Michael Starnes told the San Antonio Express-News that the citizen, who is licensed to carry a gun, used his handgun to "take down the robber" on Wednesday evening.    Starnes said that employees were also threatened by the robber and they ran out the back of the restau... More>>

PHOTOS: Snow blankets Texas Hill Country

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As we wait to see if our area will get some wintry precipitation overnight, folks in Bracketville in the Texas Hill Country woke up to a winter wonderland this morning!  Photo: Rebecca Flores/WOAI These photos were submitted to our sister station WOAI in San Antonio. Photo: Emily Santellano/WOAI Photo: Rebecca Flores/WOAI Photo: Philip Garcia (WOAI)

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Space heater blamed for overnight fire

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A man and woman sleeping in a storage shed awoke to flames fully engulfing the building.

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Early morning shooting leaves two hospitalized

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An early morning shooting at an apartment complex leaves two people hospitalized and police searching for a shooter. It happened around 2:30 this morning when Corpus Christi Police were called to the Walnut Ridge Apartments for a reported shooting. When they arrived, police saw a dark colored vehicle speed off, so they followed it. Police pulled the SUV over on South Padre Island Drive near Weber and found two shooting victims inside. Police alerted EMS and once paramedics arrived...

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California wind, and fire danger, hits unprecedented high

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Southern California has already been hit hard by three major fires that have put tens of thousands of people under evacuation orders and destroyed at nearly 200 homes and buildings, a figure that is almost certain to grow.

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CASA needs more volunteers

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CASA for Children of the Coastal Bend is thrilled to announce that 14 new volunteers will become Court Appointed Special Advocates on December 8th.  After completing 2 weeks of a rigorous volunteer training program, the new members will finally be able to take the CASA Volunteer Oath and take that first step to help make a difference in the lives of children and youth in foster care. “We now have 14 individuals who will give children in foster care a strong ...

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Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

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Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon has been accused of sexual harassment by an assistant for his sports marketing firm, according to a lawsuit filed in California. The civil lawsuit was filed Monday in Orange County Superior Court. According to court documents, Wendy Haskell alleges Moon made “unwanted and unsolicited” sexual advances as part of her role as his assistant working for Sports 1 Marketing. Moon is the co-founder and president of the company. The Washington... More>>

Congress works to avert weekend government shutdown

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(AP) - Despite incendiary words from President Donald Trump, Congress seemed on track Wednesday to approving legislation that would avert a partial government shutdown over the weekend as all sides seemed ready to avert a confrontation - for now.

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Another battle of unbeatens, as Calallen prepares for Austin McCallum

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For the Calallen Wildcats, the playoffs are not strange feat. They head to round 4, the Regional Final this weekend, against a team that they've met before in the playoffs. This Saturday at noon in the Alamodome, the Wildcats will play the undefeated Austin McCallum Knights, whom beat the Alice Coyotes last week 33-8.  As for the Wildcats, they know how good McCallum is, and they know how they will need to be prepared come Saturday. Austin McCallum has not made it this far i...

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NFL commissioner signs 5-year contract extension

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(AP) - Roger Goodell has signed a five-year contract extension to remain commissioner of the NFL through 2024.

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First Ladies visit Coastal Bend to survey Harvey recovery

First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Spence visited storm victims who have lost their home. First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Spence visited storm victims who have lost their home.
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Melania Trump and Karen Pence spoke with first responders, visited a family that lost their home, and spent time with students and volunteers.

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Local Democrats call for Farenthold's resignation

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Coastal Bend Democrats dropped by U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold's downtown office to demand the Farenthold's resignation.

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Melania Trump and Karen Pence visit Aransas Pass Elementary School

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It wasn't your average day at Charlie Marshall Elementary School. Today, First Lady Malania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence visited the Aransas Pass school.

For Haley Lucas, a teacher at the school, and her students, it was an exciting day.

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UIL classification realignment for Coastal Bend high schools

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AUSTIN, TX -  Today marked the cutoff for the University Interscholastic League, as they came out with their conference numbers for reclassification. It marked a few differences for some schools across the Coastal Bend. For one school that didn't change and thought it could have the chance of up moving up to 6A, was Corpus Christi's Veterans Memorial. However, from UIL's new enrollment numbers, Veterans Memorial barely hit the mark. For 6A schools, enrollment must be at least 2,...

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FLOTUS makes pit stop at Whataburger

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It’s hard to make a trip to Texas without stopping in for a Whataburger. Today, First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence did just that. Their motorcade was on its way to Corpus Christi International Airport, when it pulled in to the Whataburger at North Padre Island Drive and Old Brownsville Road. It’s not known what meal the pair ordered, but they did come out with bags of French fries for the news media that were covering today’s visit. More>>

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  • Solid Rock Church holds annual Christmas parade

    Solid Rock Church holds annual Christmas parade

    Sunday, December 10 2017 10:12 PM EST2017-12-11 03:12:14 GMT

    Solid Rock Church held it's annual Christmas parade and festival Sunday night. Church members and Santa Claus paraded through in the neighborhoods surrounding the church on Ayers Street.

    Solid Rock Church held it's annual Christmas parade and festival Sunday night. Church members and Santa Claus paraded through in the neighborhoods surrounding the church on Ayers Street.

  • 6 Investigates Follows-Up: CITGO arrests

    6 Investigates Follows-Up: CITGO arrests

    Thursday, December 7 2017 11:36 AM EST2017-12-07 16:36:53 GMT
    Alirio Zambrano and five other Citgo executives were arrested for suspected embezzlement.Alirio Zambrano and five other Citgo executives were arrested for suspected embezzlement.

    The arrest of six CITGO executives, including one from Corpus Christi, raises questions on the company's future. That's because the refinery is part of the U.S. arm of Venezuela's state-owned oil company. Now, as a new regime in Caracas struggles asserts its control over the Venezuelan economy, we asked an oil and gas expert whether the arrests cast uncertainty on CITGO's future. Here's what she said:

    The arrest of six CITGO executives, including one from Corpus Christi, raises questions on the company's future. That's because the refinery is part of the U.S. arm of Venezuela's state-owned oil company. Now, as a new regime in Caracas struggles asserts its control over the Venezuelan economy, we asked an oil and gas expert whether the arrests cast uncertainty on CITGO's future. Here's what she said:

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  • Cowboys move to 7-6, still in playoff chase

    Cowboys move to 7-6, still in playoff chase

    Sunday, December 10 2017 6:59 PM EST2017-12-10 23:59:32 GMT

    By TOM CANAVAN AP Sports Writer      EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys needed a big win to stay in the playoff hunt and they got it with the big play in spoiling Steve Spagnuolo's debut as New York interim coach and the return of quarterback Eli Manning to the Giants' starting lineup.      Dak Prescott threw two of his three touchdown passes, including a go-ahead 20-yarder to Giants' nemesis Jason Witten, and linebacker Sean Lee set up a tou...

    By TOM CANAVAN AP Sports Writer      EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys needed a big win to stay in the playoff hunt and they got it with the big play in spoiling Steve Spagnuolo's debut as New York interim coach and the return of quarterback Eli Manning to the Giants' starting lineup.      Dak Prescott threw two of his three touchdown passes, including a go-ahead 20-yarder to Giants' nemesis Jason Witten, and linebacker Sean Lee set up a tou...

  • Field goal try wide on final play, Army holds off Navy 14-13

    Field goal try wide on final play, Army holds off Navy 14-13

    Saturday, December 9 2017 10:27 PM EST2017-12-10 03:27:27 GMT

    (AP) - Just when you thought Army-Navy couldn't get any more intense, it snowed.      Then 60 minutes of bruising football came down to squinting through that snow to see where a long field goal attempt would land.      Wide left. Cue the celebration for Army. The Black Knights are back.      Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal on the final play and Army he...

    (AP) - Just when you thought Army-Navy couldn't get any more intense, it snowed.      Then 60 minutes of bruising football came down to squinting through that snow to see where a long field goal attempt would land.      Wide left. Cue the celebration for Army. The Black Knights are back.      Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal on the final play and Army he...

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