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  • 6 Investigates: Homeowner fights for insurance coverage after hurricane damage

    6 Investigates: Homeowner fights for insurance coverage after hurricane damage

    Monday, September 18 2017 8:30 PM EDT2017-09-19 00:30:16 GMT
    For one couple - the insurance process post-Hurricane Harvey has been a nightmare complicated by a battle with cancer and a bank that assured them they had windstorm insurance. (KRIS 6 News)For one couple - the insurance process post-Hurricane Harvey has been a nightmare complicated by a battle with cancer and a bank that assured them they had windstorm insurance. (KRIS 6 News)

        Thousands of people across South Texas are stressed about when and how they will pay for damage to their homes after Hurricane Harvey.
    For one couple - the insurance process has been a nightmare complicated by a battle with cancer and a bank that assured them they had windstorm insurance. 

        Thousands of people across South Texas are stressed about when and how they will pay for damage to their homes after Hurricane Harvey.
    For one couple - the insurance process has been a nightmare complicated by a battle with cancer and a bank that assured them they had windstorm insurance. 

  • 6 Investigates: Hurricane-proofing the Coast

    6 Investigates: Hurricane-proofing the Coast

    Wednesday, September 13 2017 7:33 PM EDT2017-09-13 23:33:47 GMT
    Texas Windstorm Insurance Association encourages policyholders to file a claim, no matter how large or small.Texas Windstorm Insurance Association encourages policyholders to file a claim, no matter how large or small.

    There's no such thing as a "hurricane-proof" home. But, clearly, some coastal homes come closer to the idea, than others. A group of blockhouses on 10th Street in Port Aransas survived 140 mph winds during Harvey without a scratch while other homes nearby, are now in shambles. But, building a bunker isn't necessarily the answer. 

    There's no such thing as a "hurricane-proof" home. But, clearly, some coastal homes come closer to the idea, than others. A group of blockhouses on 10th Street in Port Aransas survived 140 mph winds during Harvey without a scratch while other homes nearby, are now in shambles. But, building a bunker isn't necessarily the answer. 

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  • European style turf installed at Cabaniss Soccer Complex

    European style turf installed at Cabaniss Soccer Complex

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 10:40 PM EDT2017-09-20 02:40:29 GMT

    Upgrades continue for CCISD athletic venues. The latest is a brand new artificial turfed field at the Cabaniss Soccer Complex. This turf is unlike any other in the United States and here is why. This turf was made by a company in Germany and they have designed a soccer only turf. It is called Legend and the blades are thicker which results in better roll and a softer feel. There is no cork in this turf, simply rubber and sand.  You can find these turfed fields all over Eur...

    Upgrades continue for CCISD athletic venues. The latest is a brand new artificial turfed field at the Cabaniss Soccer Complex. This turf is unlike any other in the United States and here is why. This turf was made by a company in Germany and they have designed a soccer only turf. It is called Legend and the blades are thicker which results in better roll and a softer feel. There is no cork in this turf, simply rubber and sand.  You can find these turfed fields all over Eur...

  • Trio of GP Wildcats claim FNF GameChanger Award

    Trio of GP Wildcats claim FNF GameChanger Award

    Monday, September 18 2017 11:13 PM EDT2017-09-19 03:13:59 GMT

    It was a great night for many of the GP Wildcats last Thursday against Carroll. The Wildcats won easily 55 to 14 and three players have been chosen to win the Friday Night Fever GameChanger Award. RB Kyle Zipprian ran for 185 yards and scored four touchdowns. QB Austin Ochoa and WR Jalen Brooks teamed up for three touchdowns.    

    It was a great night for many of the GP Wildcats last Thursday against Carroll. The Wildcats won easily 55 to 14 and three players have been chosen to win the Friday Night Fever GameChanger Award. RB Kyle Zipprian ran for 185 yards and scored four touchdowns. QB Austin Ochoa and WR Jalen Brooks teamed up for three touchdowns.    

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