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  • Man accused of attempting to kill an unborn child

    Man accused of attempting to kill an unborn child

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 9:04 PM EDT2018-06-20 01:04:47 GMT
    Photo: Michael Sotelo appears in the 319th District Court Monday morning. (KRIS 6 News)Photo: Michael Sotelo appears in the 319th District Court Monday morning. (KRIS 6 News)

    A Corpus Christi man faces grim charges after an arrest report states the man allegedly attacked his ex-girlfriend.

    A Corpus Christi man faces grim charges after an arrest report states the man allegedly attacked his ex-girlfriend.

  • Flour Bluff ISD, Padre Island POA settle debt

    Flour Bluff ISD, Padre Island POA settle debt

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 7:36 PM EDT2018-06-19 23:36:05 GMT

    A vacant piece Padre Island property belonging to the Flour Bluff Independent School District was at the center of a misunderstanding between the district and the Padre Island Property Owners Association.

    A vacant piece Padre Island property belonging to the Flour Bluff Independent School District was at the center of a misunderstanding between the district and the Padre Island Property Owners Association.

  • Reports of leaking fuel prompts investigation at local gas station

    Reports of leaking fuel prompts investigation at local gas station

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 7:30 PM EDT2018-06-19 23:30:57 GMT

    Emergency responders from the Corpus Christi Fire Department and utility crews from the city were called out to a gas station near Staples and Lipes today after reports of a strong smell of gasoline in the area. According to CCFD Capt. James Brown, crews arrived at the scene and determined gasoline was coming from an underground storage tank and, because of recent, heavy rains, was running into a nearby storm drain. Emergency responders notified the Texas Commission on Environme...

    Emergency responders from the Corpus Christi Fire Department and utility crews from the city were called out to a gas station near Staples and Lipes today after reports of a strong smell of gasoline in the area. According to CCFD Capt. James Brown, crews arrived at the scene and determined gasoline was coming from an underground storage tank and, because of recent, heavy rains, was running into a nearby storm drain. Emergency responders notified the Texas Commission on Environme...

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