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Months after U.S. Congressman Blake Farenthold resigned, he used campaign funds to pay for legal bills and a large tab at a cocktail party. (KRIS 6 News) Months after U.S. Congressman Blake Farenthold resigned, he used campaign funds to pay for legal bills and a large tab at a cocktail party. (KRIS 6 News)

Finance reports raise questions about Farenthold's use of campaign funds

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Months after U.S. Congressman Blake Farenthold resigned, he used campaign funds to pay for legal bills and a large tab at a cocktail party. A recent campaign filing with the Federal Election Commission detailed those expenses for the former congressman who quit April 6th during the fallout of a sexual harassment claim. The campaign expenses included an $860 bill on June 22 at a political cocktail event in a Washington D.C. suburb. Also, the day Farenthold resigned, campaign finance...

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Corpus Christi Monopoly-style game sold at Walmart

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If you're an avid Monopoly player looking for a home-town challenge - check this out.

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Trump corrects his quote, says misspoke on Russian meddling

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Blistered by bipartisan condemnation of his embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump sought Tuesday to "clarify" his public undermining of American intelligence agencies, saying he had misspoken when he said he saw no reason to believe Russia had interfered in the 2016 U.S. election. 

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Coast Guard investigation into deadly barge explosion begins

The Coast Guard requested an investigation into the Bouchard tanker barge explosion that took place off the coast of Port Aransas in October of 2017. The Coast Guard requested an investigation into the Bouchard tanker barge explosion that took place off the coast of Port Aransas in October of 2017.
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The barge explosion off the coast of Port Aransas killed two crew members in October of 2017. 

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A Bit Warmer

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   It's going to be another very hot and humid day here in the Coastal Bend. We are looking for an afternoon high around 93 degrees. 

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Police arrest man after several hour standoff

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PREMONT- A man is in custody tonight after a standoff with hundreds of policemen that took several hours.  

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State Health Services confirm first West Nile cases of the year

Mosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN Online Mosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN Online
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The Texas Department of State Health Services is confirming three cases of West Nile disease reported last week by local health departments in Austin, Dallas and Galveston.

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Attorney of doctor sentenced for prescription crimes speaks

Dr. Michael Pendleton was sentenced to 5 years probation after pleading guilty to keeping false prescription records. (KRIS) Dr. Michael Pendleton was sentenced to 5 years probation after pleading guilty to keeping false prescription records. (KRIS)
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A local doctor who pleaded guilty to a felony charge avoids time in prison. A few months back, Dr. Michael Pendleton admitted to keeping false prescription records. He was sentenced to five years probation in federal court on Tuesday. Pendleton faced up to four years in prison and a $250,000 fine. 

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Coach Dodge brings his famous camp to GP

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Todd Dodge who coached Southlake Carroll to four state titles and played qb at Texas has brought his prestigious camp to Portland this week. . Emphasizing passing and catching, Dodge is showing local athletes how to make the most of their skill set.  "If you are going to throw the ball 25 to 30 times a game you have to be accurate as a passer  ," said Dodge.""Your feet have to precede your arm and we are working a whole lot of drills right here to m...

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'Women at Work': new referral-based program helps Harvey-impacted women

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There is a new program in the Coastal Bend designed to help women who were impacted or displaced by Hurricane Harvey. The program is called, 'Women at Work,' and helps women get back into the workforce.

Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend is partnering with several local organizations for the newly-launched program. The program aims to provide resources for women to help them with the job search. Resources include counseling, interview...

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Kids in foster care tour TAMU-CC, learn about new pilot program

Four students from foster care that will attend classes at TAMU-CC this fall will also get free room and board thanks to a new pilot program. Four students from foster care that will attend classes at TAMU-CC this fall will also get free room and board thanks to a new pilot program.
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The state program allows kids accepted to the university to get free room and board. Texas A&M Corpus Christi and Kingsville are the first universities in the state to launch it. 

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Non-profit sees new purpose for Lamar Elementary

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There may be new life for Lamar Elementary School. Lamar last housed students in 2010.  Since then, the  Corpus Christi Independent School District used the building as office space; but it's been empty since earlier this year.

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More heat for south Texas

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Upper level high pressure positioned right over south Texas will continue to dominate our weather with very hot dry conditions the rest of this week and upcoming weekend. There are indications that the high will shift west allowing the tropics to open up again but not until near the end of this month. The tropics continue to be 

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Corpus Christi Opoly: A fun game celebrating the Sparkling City by the Sea

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It’s like the game Monopoly but with a touch of Corpus Christi. To begin, each player picks up their piece and are handed money from the bank. This game invented from the makers of Late for The Sky themed with Corpus Christi.

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Tuloso-Midway ISD starts new school year

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Summer vacation is over for some Coastal Bend kids. Today was the first day of school for students who attend Tuloso-Midway Independent School District.

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Ground penetrating radar used to find lost graves at local cemetery

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Some high-tech equipment has been brought in to help find lost graves in the Old Bayview Cemetery. Ground penetrating radar is being used to find unmarked graves in the cemetery. A restoration project is currently planned for the cemetery, but before work can start, any lost our forgotten graves need to be located. 

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West Guth Park pool reopens with renovations

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – West Guth Pool is opening back up on Wednesday, July 18th at 1 p.m.

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Local doctor sentenced for prescription drug crimes

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A Corpus Christi doctor who pleaded guilty in April to keeping false prescription records has been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay a fine. Dr. Michael Jerome Pendleton today was ordered to serve 5 years probation and fined $5,000. 

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Secretary Perry alma mater says he didn't tilt nuke lab bid

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas A&M University leaders said Tuesday that Energy Secretary Rick Perry wasn't involved in his alma mater getting a $2.5 billion nuclear weapons lab contract at the birthplace of the atomic bomb, which is changing management after years of safety and security lapses.      

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Renewal & Remembrance: Arlington National Cemetery

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(NBC News) For the past 22 years, landscape professionals have been making an annual pilgrimage to volunteer their expertise at Arlington National Cemetery. 

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NFL reinstates Cowboys DE Gregory from yearlong suspension

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FRISCO, Texas (AP) - Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, who was suspended all of last season over multiple violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, was reinstated Tuesday.

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It's Amazon Prime Day!

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(NBC News) Amazon Prime Day has become summer's Black Friday.

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Celebrity social media scams leaving some empty-handed

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Have Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey really been giving stuff away on Facebook?  Many people think so, and some have ended up worse off because of it.  In reality, scammers are likely behind the social media posts purporting to be from celebrities with a deal "too good to be true." And according to the Better Business Bureau, the offers are often so alluring that it is hard not to bite.  In one incident, the BBB says police report that a woman lost $20,000 in...

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Jupiter's moon count reaches 79, including tiny 'oddball'

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By EMILIANO RODRIGUEZ MEGA Associated Press   NEW YORK (AP) - Astronomers are still finding moons at Jupiter, 400 years after Galileo used his spyglass to spot the first ones.    The latest discovery of a dozen small moons brings the total to 79, the most of any planet in our solar system.    Scientists were looking for objects on the fringes of the solar system last year when they pointed their telescopes close to Jupiter's backyard, according to Scott... More>>

Trump unfazed by GOP criticism, says Putin meeting was great

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By JONATHAN LEMIRE, JILL COLVIN and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV Associated Press    WASHINGTON (AP) - Unbowed by the broad condemnation of his extraordinary embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump declared Tuesday that his summit in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin went "even better" than his meeting with NATO allies last week in Brussels.    The tweeted defense came a day after Trump openly questioned his own intelligence agencies... More>>

Driscoll Children's Hospital to hold Cystic Fibrosis Family Day

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Those who live with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) can tell you how important the support of friends and family can be in dealing with the disease.  CF affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide).   A defective gene and its protein product cause the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that not only clogs the lungs and leads to life-threatening lung infections, but also obstructs the pancreas and stops n... More>>

Nickelodeon announces new 'Rugrats' episodes, movie

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tommy, Chuckie and the gang have a new TV and movie deal.    Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures have announced the animated children's series "Rugrats" is returning to the network with 26 episodes. The creators of the series will be executive producers.    A live-action movie, written by David Goodman, featuring computer generated characters is slated to hit theaters in November 2020.    "Rugrats" ran on Nickelode... More>>

Houston Police take suspected serial killer into custody

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Houston residents are on alert as law enforcement search for a person they believe killed multiple people in the last few days.  Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, 46, is wanted for three murders over the past week and at least one home invasion. Houston police say he is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He is described as a Hispanic male, mostly bald, 5'7 with multiple tattoos. He was last seen driving a 2017 Nissan Sentra with a Texas license plate of KPD 2805.  "...

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Texas school district where 10 slain to use metal detectors

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SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - Trustees of a Houston-area school district where 10 people were fatally shot in an attack blamed on a student have voted to install metal detectors at all four campuses.    The board of the Santa Fe Independent School District on Monday approved recommendations from a security and safety committee to accept donated metal detectors.    A 17-year-old male student remains in custody and charged with capital murder in the May 18 gunfire at Sant... More>>

CCPD unit keeping predators away from your children

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The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has been a part of the Corpus Christi Police Department for the last two decades. One of 61 units across the United States that "are continually engaged in proactive and reactive investigations and prosecutions of persons involved in child abuse and exploitation involving the I?nternet," states the Internet Crimes Against Children government website.  The task force in Corpus Christi work diligently around the c...

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Pet acupuncture gaining popularity

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With the growing popularity of alternative medicine, many pet owners are turning to acupuncture needles to relieve their animals' pain.

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Pocket dial 911? What should you do?

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CORPUS CHRISTI - The Corpus Christi Police Department’s Metrocom emergency line receives hundreds of calls a day, but how many of those calls are unintentional? 

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Weight Obsession: It's No Joke

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(KPRC) Most of us know someone who obsesses about weight, how they look or what they eat. 

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Summer Breaks: Waterproof Casts Keep Fun Alive

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(WYFF/NBC News) 10-year-old Kylie Duggan started summer with a break. Literally.

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Are You Pulling My Leg?

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(KARK) On Sunday at the Little Red River in Heber Springs, Arkansas, Michael Nelson reeled in a prosthetic leg during his normal fishing time

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Sonic-Fusion Flossing Toothbrush recalled for possible health risk

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Water Pik, Inc. is voluntarily recalling its Sonic-Fusion® flossing toothbrush because the charging base may overheat with localized melting and sparking, possibly causing fire, shock or burns.

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Deuce The Wonder Dog: Inspiration On Two Legs

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(WLEX) A two-legged dog is defying the odds. 

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Hummingbird Gets A Helping Hand

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(WGBA/NBC News) A Wisconsin couple are working to get a young hummingbird humming again. 

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Fisherman catches massive 14-foot hammerhead shark

Ray "Poco" Cedillo and fellow fishermen reeled in this 14-foot great hammerhead shark. (Facebook) Ray "Poco" Cedillo and fellow fishermen reeled in this 14-foot great hammerhead shark. (Facebook)
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After shark fishing for more than 20 years, Ray "Poco" Cedillo says he got the catch of a lifetime  this past weekend. In his words, he was picked by a shark "that most people dream of." It was a great hammerhead that measured at 14 feet long. 

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CCPD: Dog saves man's life after his owner was stabbed several times

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Corpus Christi police say a dog attacked a knife-wielding suspect who was stabbing the dog's owner. The incident happened around 6:00 pm Sunday night in the 800 block of 18th Street near Coleman Avenue.

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Youth World Sailing Championships Draws 66 Countries to Corpus Christi

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Competition in the long awaited Youth World Sailing Championships began Monday morning along the bay front. Nearly 400 sailors from 66 countries  are competing in this prestigious event.  They range in age from 13 to 18 and each is the national champion from their country. So basically, you have the very best of the best from around the world taking part.  A good wind blew for most of the day, so the sailors were extremely happy with the conditions. (check out t...

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Dog days of summer have arrived

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Our weather pattern will remain pretty stagnant this entire week with the only real fluctuations being the Saharan dust and minor changes in our temperatures and wind speeds. The tropics are completely quiet. Tonight will be hazy humid and not quite as warm with a seasonal low of 75. 

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Going green at the Youth World Sailing Championships

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There's something different about the 2018 Youth World Sailing Championships. It's the first competition with a focus on sustainability and ocean conservation.

Sailors, like U.S. youth sailor Carmen Cowles, who are out on the water everyday, see firsthand the impact pollution has in our waters and on our beaches.

"Just sailing you can see so much of that trash collecting up and yea, we definitely have to make a change...

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Man accused of setting fire to South Texas mosque found guilty

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VICTORIA, Texas – The man who was charged for setting a mosque in Victoria, Texas has been found guilty today.  After five days of trial, jurors returned this afternoon with guilty verdicts on all counts charged against Marq Vincent Perez. The jury found Marq Vincent Perez, 26, of Victoria, was responsible for a hate crime in the burning of the Victoria Islamic Center Jan. 28, 2017, and for use of a fire to commit a felony. In addition, they found he possessed an unre...

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Investigation into weeping Virgin Mary statue continues

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - The Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces continues to investigate a Virgin Mary sculpture in a Hobbs church that appears to be weeping.

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6 Investigates follows-up: CHRISTUS-Spohn pushes for silence in anesthesia services debate

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CHRISTUS-Spohn hospital is asking the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists (TSA) to cease and desist interviews and statements to the media concerning the ongoing controversy into its anesthesia services model, an official with the TSA confirmed on Monday.

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6 Investigates: References don't check out for city sports complex developer

A list of references for the developer SQH Sports did not check out. The company has plans to build a $25 million regional sports complex on the edge of the city limits. (KRIS 6 News) A list of references for the developer SQH Sports did not check out. The company has plans to build a $25 million regional sports complex on the edge of the city limits. (KRIS 6 News)
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Back in May, KRIS 6 News told you about a deal with the City of Corpus Christi and SQH Sports. The City Council was close to leasing additional valuable city land to the group for just a $1 per year. And at the time, SQH claimed to have extensive experience in San Antonio. It’s experience the company says it will use  to build a $25 million dollar sports complex, off the Crosstown Expressway. KRIS 6 Investigates obtained a copy of an internal memo that listed SQH Sports&

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3rd worker dies weeks after hospital explosion in Texas

PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook) PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook)
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GATESVILLE, Texas (AP) - A third worker has died after being injured in an explosion last month at a hospital in Central Texas.

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CCPD officer to receive ticket for weekend accident

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A Corpus Christi Police Department Officer is expected to be ticketed for possibly causing a car accident over the weekend. Several witnesses posted video of the aftermath of Saturday night's accident on Facebook. Witnesses say the officer pulled out of the Vick's Famous Burgers parking lot on the 4900 block Ayers Street at a high rate of speed. They say his emergency lights were not on when he ran through a red light at the intersection of South Padre Island Drive and Ayers Str...

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Agreement between ICE, sheriff at center of debate

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Members of the Corpus Christi Immigration Coalition say Nueces County Sheriffs shouldn't be enforcing federal immigration law. “We did not elect our sheriff to do the job of the federal government,” said Dr. Claudia Rueda, Co-Coordinator of the CCIC.  “He works for us, and that wasn't the job we elected him to do.”

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Man convicted of killing disabled veteran sentenced to 15 years

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The man recently convicted in the killing of a local, disabled veteran was sentenced to 15 year in prison today. Aldo Naranjo was found guilty of manslaughter on Friday for the shooting death of Joel Cunha. 

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Texas shrimp industry crippled by immigrant visa cap

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BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) - The Texas shrimp industry is facing a worker shortage as a result of the federal cap on U.S. visas for immigrant seasonal workers. 

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Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 13

At least 13 people on a Hawaiian Lava Boat Tours vessel were injured this morning after an explosion sent lava through the roof of the boat’s passenger cabin. Photo: Hawaii DLNR At least 13 people on a Hawaiian Lava Boat Tours vessel were injured this morning after an explosion sent lava through the roof of the boat’s passenger cabin. Photo: Hawaii DLNR
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HONOLULU (AP) - An explosion sent lava flying through the roof of a tour boat off Hawaii's Big Island, injuring at least 13 people Monday, officials said.

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Man faces several charges after running over group of people, fleeing from police

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A Corpus Christi man is facing several serious charges after he allegedly ran over a group of people and led police on a chase.

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Amazon's Prime Day runs into snags swiftly

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NEW YORK (AP) - Amazon's website ran into some snags quickly Monday on its much-hyped Prime Day, an embarrassment for the tech company on the shopping holiday it created.

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Border Patrol seizes cocaine, meth and heroin in Kingsville bust

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Border Patrol Agents in Kingsville seized nearly $700,000 worth of Narcotics on Friday. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Agents in Kingsville referred a semi truck to additional inspection after a K-9 alerted agents to the cargo area of the big rig. 

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2018 C.A.R.E. t-shirts now available

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They are some of the hottest t-shirts in town!  The Annual Corpus Christi Firefighters C.A.R.E. (Cancer Awareness Relief Effort) Campaign is underway for its 10th year. In order to raise money, the group is once again selling the newest version of their popular C.A.R.E. T-shirt.  Since 2009, this group has donated over $500,000 locally to help fight cancer.  In addition to a fund being set up for area firefighters who are battling cancer, the American Cancer Society,...

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Youth Sailing World Championship kicks off with ceremony

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Young sailors from around the world are testing their skills on Corpus Christi Bay this week.

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Putin says he wanted Trump to win in 2016, didn't interfere

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By JONATHAN LEMIRE, JILL COLVIN and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV Associated Press   HELSINKI (AP) - Russia's Vladimir Putin said Monday he did want Donald Trump to win the 2016 U.S. presidential election but took no action during the campaign to make it happen. He said he favored the celebrity businessman because of his policies.    Trump and Putin "spent a great deal of time" discussing allegations of Russian election meddling as they met for several hours Monday, t... More>>

The Latest: Trump condemns Russia probe after Putin talks

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HELSINKI (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin (all times local):    1:15 p.m.    President Vladimir Putin is using a newly designed Russian limousine abroad for the first time to get to the summit with President Donald Trump in Finland. Putin first used the Kortezh limousine during his inauguration in May but had never taken it abroad until now. Putin landed in Helsinki behind schedule for the summit. &n...

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Border Patrol arrests member of Sureño gang near Freer

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A member of the Sureño gang was caught by Freer Border Patrol agents trying to cross the U.S./Mexico border illegally over the weekend.  The gang member was among 8 undocumented migrants arrested near Freer on Friday. All 8 were taken to the station for processing when one admitted to being a member of the violent gang, according to a press released by Border Patrol.  "The men and women in the United States Border Patrol encounter hundreds of individuals on a d...

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District 27 offices officially reopened with new representative

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The offices of the 27th Congressional District are now reopened, with a new congressman to represent the people of the district.  Congressman Michael Cloud opened in offices in Victoria this morning. They had been closed since the July 30 special election that send Rep. Cloud to Congress during the past week.  Rep. Cloud says it is his priority to hear from the residents of the district.  "I've been in Washington this past week working for our district's interes...

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Newspaper to Trump, Putin: Respect a free press

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HELSINKI (AP) - Finland's biggest newspaper has a message for Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin: Respect a free press.    Daily Helsingin Sanomat has placed advertisements around Helsinki alluding to Finland's reputation as a hub for a free press. The advocacy group Reporters Without Borders has regularly ranked Finland among the top in its "Press Freedom Index" - including the No. 1 spot two years ago.    The Russian in one of the black and wh... More>>

Deadly fire shuts down key route to Yosemite National Park

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MARIPOSA, Calif. (AP) - A wildfire that killed a California firefighter grew quickly and forced the closure of a key route into Yosemite National Park as crews contended with sweltering conditions Sunday, authorities said.    The so-called Ferguson Fire that broke out Friday scorched nearly 7 square miles (18 square kilometers) of dry brush along steep, remote hillsides on the park's western edge. It was burning largely out of control, and officials shut off electricity to ... More>>

Texas health officials warn about Cyclospora

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During the past five summers, a large number of cyclosporiasis cases have occurred in Texas. 

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Warming Temps

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It's going to be another very hot and breezy day here in the Coastal Bend. Look for an afternoon high around 93 degrees today with the winds blowing out of the south at 15 to 20 miles per hour. 

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Hot playgrounds can burn your child

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We all know how hot it can get in South Texas. But are we aware how hot it can get at the playgrounds that we bring our children to? Captain Marco Vasquez, of the Corpus Christi Fire Department says, "normal day hours they can get up to 100-110F, if you were to check it out usually around 110F that's a little uncomfortable to the touch, but when it starts getting to the 120-130F,  that's when thermal burns or contact burns become an issue." Although, those hard metal ...

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Sailors encouraged to leave their mark on Corpus Christi Bayfront

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Nearly 400 sailors from more than 60 countries around the world are competing in the Youth Sailing World Championships right here in Corpus Christi.

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Saharan dust returns to South Texas

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Dust from the Sahara Desert is riding the trade winds across the Atlantic, settling in the skies over South Texas.

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Car slams into Flour Bluff apartment building

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An apartment building is damaged after a car smashed into it. The crash happened around 1:45 pm Sunday afternoon at an apartment building near Waldron Road and the Knickerbocker Street intersection.

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  • Lawsuit, ex-student focus on complaints about Ohio State doc

    Lawsuit, ex-student focus on complaints about Ohio State doc

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    (Ohio State University via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo shows a photo of Dr. Richard Strauss. Former Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee and former vice president of human resources Linda Tom tell The Columbus Dispatch they don't remember r...(Ohio State University via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo shows a photo of Dr. Richard Strauss. Former Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee and former vice president of human resources Linda Tom tell The Columbus Dispatch they don't remember r...
    A lawsuit by four former Ohio State University wrestlers alleges the school failed to stop "rampant sexual misconduct" by a now-dead team doctor despite being "repeatedly informed" about his behavior.
    A lawsuit by four former Ohio State University wrestlers alleges the school failed to stop "rampant sexual misconduct" by a now-dead team doctor despite being "repeatedly informed" about his behavior.
  • Arizona Senate candidate shot mother, speaks on gun control

    Arizona Senate candidate shot mother, speaks on gun control

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    A Republican Arizona state Senate candidate is shocking gun control advocates by sharing details about shooting and killing his mother in apparent self-defense more than 50 years ago.
    A Republican Arizona state Senate candidate is shocking gun control advocates by sharing details about shooting and killing his mother in apparent self-defense more than 50 years ago.
  • Immigrant children describe treatment in detention centers

    Immigrant children describe treatment in detention centers

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    (Marie D. De Jes's/Houston Chronicle via AP, File). FILE - In this July 13, 2018, file photo, Allison, 6, and her mother Cindy Madrid share a moment during a news conference in Houston, where the mother and daughter spoke about the month and one day th...(Marie D. De Jes's/Houston Chronicle via AP, File). FILE - In this July 13, 2018, file photo, Allison, 6, and her mother Cindy Madrid share a moment during a news conference in Houston, where the mother and daughter spoke about the month and one day th...
    Immigrant children are complaining of hunger, cold and fear in a voluminous court filing about conditions in U.S. holding facilities.
    Immigrant children are complaining of hunger, cold and fear in a voluminous court filing about conditions in U.S. holding facilities.
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  • 6 Investigates follows-up: CHRISTUS-Spohn pushes for silence in anesthesia services debate

    6 Investigates follows-up: CHRISTUS-Spohn pushes for silence in anesthesia services debate

    Monday, July 16 2018 7:32 PM EDT2018-07-16 23:32:10 GMT

    CHRISTUS-Spohn hospital is asking the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists (TSA) to cease and desist interviews and statements to the media concerning the ongoing controversy into its anesthesia services model, an official with the TSA confirmed on Monday.

    CHRISTUS-Spohn hospital is asking the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists (TSA) to cease and desist interviews and statements to the media concerning the ongoing controversy into its anesthesia services model, an official with the TSA confirmed on Monday.

  • 6 Investigates: References don't check out for city sports complex developer

    6 Investigates: References don't check out for city sports complex developer

    Monday, July 16 2018 7:17 PM EDT2018-07-16 23:17:29 GMT
    A list of references for the developer SQH Sports did not check out. The company has plans to build a $25 million regional sports complex on the edge of the city limits. (KRIS 6 News)A list of references for the developer SQH Sports did not check out. The company has plans to build a $25 million regional sports complex on the edge of the city limits. (KRIS 6 News)

    Back in May, KRIS 6 News told you about a deal with the City of Corpus Christi and SQH Sports. The City Council was close to leasing additional valuable city land to the group for just a $1 per year. And at the time, SQH claimed to have extensive experience in San Antonio. It’s experience the company says it will use  to build a $25 million dollar sports complex, off the Crosstown Expressway. KRIS 6 Investigates obtained a copy of an internal memo that listed SQH Sports&

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