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6 Investigates: City re-routes large gas line found under new home

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  • 6 Investigates: CCISD bully complaints describe violence in schools

    6 Investigates: CCISD bully complaints describe violence in schools

    Monday, February 19 2018 7:42 PM EST2018-02-20 00:42:20 GMT
    Bully complaints filed with Corpus Christi Independent School District most often involve elementary and middle school children, according school records reviewed by KRIS 6 News.Bully complaints filed with Corpus Christi Independent School District most often involve elementary and middle school children, according school records reviewed by KRIS 6 News.

    Bully complaints filed with Corpus Christi Independent School District most often involve elementary and middle school children, according school records reviewed by KRIS 6 News. 

    Bully complaints filed with Corpus Christi Independent School District most often involve elementary and middle school children, according school records reviewed by KRIS 6 News. 

  • 6 Investigates: Families wait for FEMA help, nonprofit gets results

    6 Investigates: Families wait for FEMA help, nonprofit gets results

    Thursday, February 15 2018 7:39 PM EST2018-02-16 00:39:06 GMT
    Families frustrated with FEMA turn to nonprofit for help navigating the process. (KRIS 6 News)Families frustrated with FEMA turn to nonprofit for help navigating the process. (KRIS 6 News)

    It's been nearly six months since Hurricane Harvey, but hundreds of families in the Coastal Bend are still waiting for FEMA aid to help them fix their damaged homes.

    It's been nearly six months since Hurricane Harvey, but hundreds of families in the Coastal Bend are still waiting for FEMA aid to help them fix their damaged homes.

  • 6 Investigates Follows-Up: (Still) Frustrated with FEMA

    6 Investigates Follows-Up: (Still) Frustrated with FEMA

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 6:17 PM EST2018-02-14 23:17:32 GMT

    The Federal Emergency Management Administration remains unable to explain how or why officials offered a FEMA DHU (Direct Housing Unit) to a Rockport widow only to rescind the offer just as the woman was set to move in. 6 Investigates has been asking that question since first meeting with Tabatha Castro, who says her children had already picked out their bedrooms in the FEMA home, when she got the call that the home wasn't to be hers, after all. Castro's own home was ruled uninhabit...

    The Federal Emergency Management Administration remains unable to explain how or why officials offered a FEMA DHU (Direct Housing Unit) to a Rockport widow only to rescind the offer just as the woman was set to move in. 6 Investigates has been asking that question since first meeting with Tabatha Castro, who says her children had already picked out their bedrooms in the FEMA home, when she got the call that the home wasn't to be hers, after all. Castro's own home was ruled uninhabit...

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  • Special Report: Service animal or emotional support animal

    Special Report: Service animal or emotional support animal

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 8:54 PM EST2018-02-22 01:54:33 GMT

    Some businesses are now cracking down on their regulations, because blurred lines between federal and state standards are causing confusion regarding the difference between a service animal and an emotional support animal.

    Some businesses are now cracking down on their regulations, because blurred lines between federal and state standards are causing confusion regarding the difference between a service animal and an emotional support animal.

  • FEMA renews Transitional Sheltering Assistance for displaced Harvey survivors

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 7:31 PM EST2018-02-22 00:31:12 GMT
    Some people displaced by Harvey have funding from FEMA to stay in hotels, but are concerned about finding a permanent living situation.Some people displaced by Harvey have funding from FEMA to stay in hotels, but are concerned about finding a permanent living situation.

    Dozens of families in Port Aransas got extended funding from FEMA to temporarily stay in a hotel, but they still worry about finding a permanent place to live. 

    Dozens of families in Port Aransas got extended funding from FEMA to temporarily stay in a hotel, but they still worry about finding a permanent place to live. 

  • Juveniles accused of making threats against local schools appear in court

    Juveniles accused of making threats against local schools appear in court

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 7:29 PM EST2018-02-22 00:29:00 GMT

    Six teens face a judge after making threats at their school. All of the students were being held at the juvenile detention center and went before Judge Tim McCoy this morning. They had been arrested for making terroristic threats at their schools. It was an emotional day in court as their parents watched them in handcuffs and shackles stand before the judge. 

    Six teens face a judge after making threats at their school. All of the students were being held at the juvenile detention center and went before Judge Tim McCoy this morning. They had been arrested for making terroristic threats at their schools. It was an emotional day in court as their parents watched them in handcuffs and shackles stand before the judge. 

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