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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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  • A charter school to open on city's westside

    A charter school to open on city's westside

    Thursday, February 22 2018 3:47 PM EST2018-02-22 20:47:31 GMT
    An Austin-based group is looking to open a charter school on the 21-hundred block of Baldwin.An Austin-based group is looking to open a charter school on the 21-hundred block of Baldwin.

    Another charter school is preparing to open on the city's westside. An Austin group plans to build the "Promesa College Prep West Corpus Christi" School on the 31-hundred block of Baldwin near Morgan Avenue. That's where the old Club Cielo used to be. It will be for Pre-k to 5th grade students and will open its doors in August 2018. Promesa is Spanish for promise. The school's Vice President Dr. Salvador Cavazos tells KRIS 6 News there's a reason. He said,"Our mission...

    Another charter school is preparing to open on the city's westside. An Austin group plans to build the "Promesa College Prep West Corpus Christi" School on the 31-hundred block of Baldwin near Morgan Avenue. That's where the old Club Cielo used to be. It will be for Pre-k to 5th grade students and will open its doors in August 2018. Promesa is Spanish for promise. The school's Vice President Dr. Salvador Cavazos tells KRIS 6 News there's a reason. He said,"Our mission...

  • Emergency crews battle house fire on Victory Drive

    Emergency crews battle house fire on Victory Drive

    Thursday, February 22 2018 3:30 PM EST2018-02-22 20:30:16 GMT

    Emergency crews are currently on the scene of a house fire. The fire began just before 8:00 a.m. on the 3600 block of Victory Drive, near Agnes and Old Robstown Road.  Initial reports indicate one person was possibly taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation, but not much other information is known.  We have a crew on scene and will update this story as soon as more information is received.

    Emergency crews are currently on the scene of a house fire. The fire began just before 8:00 a.m. on the 3600 block of Victory Drive, near Agnes and Old Robstown Road.  Initial reports indicate one person was possibly taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation, but not much other information is known.  We have a crew on scene and will update this story as soon as more information is received.

  • Suspect in local bank robbery identified

    Suspect in local bank robbery identified

    Thursday, February 22 2018 3:28 PM EST2018-02-22 20:28:52 GMT
    Gary Reed MasseyGary Reed Massey

    The man arrested for allegedly robbing a Corpus Christi bank yesterday has been identified. According to Corpus Christi Police, 25-year-old Gary Reed Massey went in to the Wells Fargo on SPID and Airline Road yesterday around 4:30, approached a teller and indicated he had a weapon. Police say the teller complied with Massey’s demands for money, and Massey made off with an undisclosed amount of money. Massey drove off from the scene, but police say his vehicle broke down near ...

    The man arrested for allegedly robbing a Corpus Christi bank yesterday has been identified. According to Corpus Christi Police, 25-year-old Gary Reed Massey went in to the Wells Fargo on SPID and Airline Road yesterday around 4:30, approached a teller and indicated he had a weapon. Police say the teller complied with Massey’s demands for money, and Massey made off with an undisclosed amount of money. Massey drove off from the scene, but police say his vehicle broke down near ...

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