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Gunman opens fire in Nashville church; 1 dead, 7 wounded

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Authorities in Tennessee say eight people were injured in a shooting at a church in the Nashville area. Nashville fire department spokesman Joseph Pleasant tells the Tennessean newspaper that the wounded were being transported to Vanderbilt Medical Center. The nature of the injuries weren't immediately known.

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Thousands of people try to sign-up for D-SNAP

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Thousands of people stood in line to sign up for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The long lines started forming as earlier before 6:00 am Sunday morning over at the American Bank Center.

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Texas A&M Commerce football team goes into overtime to support Harvey relief

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For Texas A&M Commerce, last night's game against Texas A&M Kingsville, wasn't their typical road game.  Instead of heading back home, they stuck around to assist those devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Colby Carthel, Head Football Coach of the Lions, could see the impact of Harvey all the way from Commerce, Texas. "I knew this was an area that had a huge need.  I saw a lot on Facebook and reading articles and that they were short on volunteers.  I said, we...

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Moisture increases through mid-week

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Here we are a few days into fall and it is still very much feeling like summer out there with afternoon highs in the mid to lower 90s and heat indices still pushing the triple digits for many places across South Texas.  There were a few isolated spots to get some rainfall this afternoon and that provided some relief from the heat. Rain chances will start to creep up from isolated to scattered/likely by the middle of next week as an upper-level disturbance moves in from the west...

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The Exchange, working to make Corpus cool again

The Exchange is a new downtown gathering place at N. Mesquite and William street The Exchange is a new downtown gathering place at N. Mesquite and William street
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If enthusiasm and a vision combined with energy are ingredients to success, a trio of young entrepreneurs here in town just may have a winning formula. Jeremy Wells, Xavier Ramos. and Hank Harrison are the  driving force behind a new downtown attraction called 'The Exchange.'

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Refugio resident says she was denied financial assistance from the Red Cross

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Residents in the Coastal Bend are upset with the Red Cross. Refugio homeowners say they applied for financial assistance from the Red Cross, but were being denied.

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Reverse alert issued for LyondellBasell facility flaring

Photo: LyondellBasell facility flaring conditions (KRIS-TV) Photo: LyondellBasell facility flaring conditions (KRIS-TV)
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A reverse alert was issued after flaring was seen at a refinery plant. "Operating conditions within the LyondellBasell facility located at 1501 McKinzie Rd. Corpus Christi Tx. have made flaring necessary at this time," the alert read.

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Local chapter of League of Women Voters plan to celebrate National Voter Day

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The League of Women Voters-Corpus Christi (LWV-CC) will be among hundreds of organizations nationwide to celebrate National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 26. 

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Refugio coming together for Casey Henderson

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Last Friday nights game between Refugio and Edna came out with a big win for the Bobcats. But as everyone left the field that night, the win was not on everyone's mind. During the game Bobcat's defensive back Casey Henderson suffered a severe neck injury when going for a tackle. Immediately the crowd stopped and all the players were quiet.  "As soon as it happened, everybody like, dropped. All our, like our energy and everything, just shattered we were all down," says ...

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Texas HHS extends D-SNAP registration hours

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Texas Health and Human Services is extending Corpus Christi D-SNAP hours of operation to 9 p.m. for today and Monday due to high demand over the weekend. Applicants in line by 7 p.m. today will be served until 9 p.m. If staff are unable to serve everyone by 9 p.m., applicants will receive a number to be served first Monday. 

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2 Texas officers injured in crash chasing road rage suspect

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Two Texas police officers have been taken to the hospital with serious injuries after crashing during a vehicle pursuit of a person involved in a road rage incident.      Fort Worth Police spokesman Officer Brad Perez told The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Sunday that the officers were responding to a call around 3 p.m. for a road rage incident during which a suspect allegedly displayed a gun at another vehicle.      Perez says there w...

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Federal, Texas officials testing boats displaced by Harvey

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Federal and state officials have teamed up to recover and test around 300 boats that were displaced, overturned or sunk when Harvey passed through Southeast Texas, causing record floods in its wake. In a statement Saturday, the Texas General Land Office said it is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to test the vessels for oil leaks. Commissioner George P. Bush, son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, says that the hurricane's destruction will "require a long rec... More>>

Port A creates group to seek funds and help rebuild town

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The island community of Port Aransas was hit hard by Hurricane Harvey and remains in a state of devastation more than four weeks after the storm. The city should be inundated with tourists hurrying to the beach before summer's end, at least, on a normal year. Now, locals are wholly focused on restoring their city.

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Disaster Recovery Centers to change hours of operation

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FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers throughout Texas will be changing their hours of operation beginning Monday, September 25. Most centers will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. 

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Sen. Cruz says he's against GOP health bill

Ted Cruz suspended his presidential campaign following the Indiana Primary. Ted Cruz suspended his presidential campaign following the Indiana Primary.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the Republican push on health care (all times local):      12:35 p.m.      Sen. Ted Cruz says he's against the Republican bill that would erase much of President Barack Obama's health law. BREAKING: GOP Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas says 'right now' he opposes Republican health care bill, further dimming measure's prospects. — The Associated Press (@AP) September 24, 2017      If the Texas Republican st... More>>

Houston Texans release statement in response to Trump's call for player firings

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The Houston Texans released a statement today, in reaction to President Donald Trump's  statements calling for the firing of NFL players who refuse to stand for the National Anthem. Statement from @Houston Texans Founder, Chairman and CEO Robert C. McNair: pic.twitter.com/sF78Sc4hdg — Texans PR (@TexansPR) September 24, 2017 The statement reads: "The NFL specifically, and football in general, has always unified our communities and families. The comments mad... More>>

Not home? Walmart wants to walk in and stock your fridge

Kingsville Walmart has reopened after Hurricane Harvey Kingsville Walmart has reopened after Hurricane Harvey
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NEW YORK (AP) - Would you be OK with letting a stranger into your house for the sake of convenience?      Walmart is testing the idea with a new service that lets a delivery person walk into your home when you're not there to drop off packages or put groceries in the fridge.      "This may not be for everyone," wrote Sloan Eddleston, Walmart's head of e-commerce strategy, in a blog post Friday; "but we want to offer customers the opportunit... More>>

NFL owners speak out in support of players, against Trump

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The NFL's players and owners have united in a manner unseen in years in the nation's most popular professional sports league, sounding a resolute chord in decrying President Donald Trump's remarks about players kneeling during the national anthem.      New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who's been a strong supporter of the president, expressed "deep disappointment" with Trump on Sunday and said politicians could learn much from the unifying spirit of a c... More>>

McCain's choice: Ailing senator plays spoiler again for GOP

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WASHINGTON (AP) - John McCain faced a choice that balanced friendship, party loyalty and his convictions. He made the decision some of his closest advisers expected.      Looking at the twilight of his career and a grim cancer diagnosis, the Republican senator from Arizona who prides himself on an independent streak could not be moved to go along with a last-ditch GOP push to overhaul the nation's health care system.      Those close to him say he wrestle... More>>

More Showers Possible Today

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 We are going to end the first full weekend of Fall with more warm and humid conditions. Look for partly sunny skies with an afternoon high around 91 degrees. A few brief showers will be possible. Expect winds out of the southeast at 10 to 15 miles per hour. We will see increasing moisture for much of the workweek ahead. There is the potential for some pretty heavy rainfall midweek. 

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Childhood cancer patients get a breather thanks to Driscoll Children's Hospital

Driscoll Children's Hospital patients and their families got some respite over at Bowlero. Driscoll Children's Hospital patients and their families got some respite over at Bowlero.
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Patients and their families gathered at a local bowling alley for a day away from the stress of their treatment for cancer and other diseases thanks to Driscoll Children's Hospital.

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Port Aransas vet clinic treating animals after Harvey

The only veterinary clinic in Port Aransas suffered minor damage due to Hurricane Harvey, but quickly worked to reopen. The only veterinary clinic in Port Aransas suffered minor damage due to Hurricane Harvey, but quickly worked to reopen.
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PORT ARANSAS - Some residents in the area lost everything. But Island Animal Clinic in Port Aransas is showing their support the only way the know how.

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Girls in Aviation event hopes to inspire a new generation of aviators

The Girls in Aviation event brought Girl Scouts together with the hope of inspiring a new generation of aviators. The Girls in Aviation event brought Girl Scouts together with the hope of inspiring a new generation of aviators.
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A group of Girl Scouts took to Del Mar's training hanger at a local airport to spark interest in aviation. With the goal of getting young girls interested in aviation, 17 Girl Scout troops met at Del Mar College's training hanger to get a hands-on experience with aircraft.

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New 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits Mexico

Damage from the earlier 8.1 magnitude quake on Sept. 7 in an area now affected by the new 6.1 quake. Photo: MGN Damage from the earlier 8.1 magnitude quake on Sept. 7 in an area now affected by the new 6.1 quake. Photo: MGN
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MEXICO CITY (AP) - A strong new earthquake shook Mexico on Saturday, killing at least one person, toppling already damaged homes and a highway bridge, and causing new alarm in a country reeling from two even more powerful quakes that together have killed more than 400 people.

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CCFD: 15 quarts of oil spills into roadway

Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business. (KRIS-TV) Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business. (KRIS-TV)
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Corpus Christi first responders and environmental crews responded to an oil spill near a busy intersection. The incident happened around 9:00 am Saturday morning near the intersection of Kostoryz Road and along South Padre Island Drive.

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More Warm & Humid Weather

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We started our weekend with a few brief showers across parts of the Coastal Bend. Our temperatures are also still running a bit above normal. We made it up to 93 degrees this afternoon with winds blowing from the southeast at 15 to 20 miles per hour. The forecast for tonight calls for partly cloudy skies with a few lingering showers. 

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Congressman to Harvey victims: 'God is telling you to move'

Congressman Jeb Hensarling as seen in his official photo. Courtesy: hensarling.house.gov Congressman Jeb Hensarling as seen in his official photo. Courtesy: hensarling.house.gov
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DALLAS (AP) - The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee says victims of repeat flooding should consider Harvey's devastation a sign from on high.

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Long lines form as Harvey victims sign-up for D-SNAP

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Lots of your neighbors stood in line to sign up for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The long lines started forming Saturday morning over at the American Bank Center.

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EPA recovers waste from toxic sites flooded by Harvey

A flooded Houston area neighborhood in the days after Hurricane Harvey hit the area. Photo: KXLN / MGN A flooded Houston area neighborhood in the days after Hurricane Harvey hit the area. Photo: KXLN / MGN
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency says it has recovered 517 containers of "unidentified, potentially hazardous material" from highly contaminated toxic waste sites in Texas that flooded last month during Hurricane Harvey.

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Unexpected road hazard on CSPD cruiser

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DENVER (AP) - You don't see this every day. A Colorado Springs Police Officer got an unexpected hitchhiker on the way to a serious injury accident. A Colorado Springs police officer heading to an accident scene in a van got a big surprise when a raccoon jumped onto the front windshield of the vehicle and stayed there until the officer pulled over.

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Note to Texas, Florida: Insurance fights over Sandy rage on

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NEW YORK (AP) - The destructive floodwaters of Superstorm Sandy receded quickly, but some storm victims are still neck-deep in a battle over insurance payouts. And many victims of this year's storms in Texas, Florida and elsewhere should brace themselves for a similar fight, lawyers involved in Sandy insurance battles say.

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Isolated Showers This Weekend

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We are waking up to a few light rain showers in the area this morning. Some patchy fog is also being reported in some of our inland areas. We will continue with sunny and warm conditions this afternoon. Look for a daytime high around 91 degrees with winds out of the southeast at 10 to 15 miles per hour. Tonight we can expect partly cloudy skies with an overnight low around 76 degrees. 

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Friday Night Fever: Final Scores 9/22

KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS) KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)
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Another night of high school football is at an end for us but it doesn't have to be for you. Check out all the highlights from tonight (9/22)'s games right here on our website!

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Schools come together united by a mascot

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Two schools united only by a common mascot.

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Rockport residents helping feed area livestock

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Prior to Hurricane Harvey's arrival, many farm and ranch families worked around the clock to harvest crops and move livestock and equipment out of Harvey's reach,  Weeks later, ranchers are still assessing damage and still counting livestock after Harvey invaded the Texas coast. Texas is always accepting donations for the people of the communities hit hard by Hurricane Harvey, but one city north of Corpus Christi is collecting other supplies. Rockport-Fulton is struggling to h...

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Friday Night Fever: Live Scores & Updates 9/22

KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS) KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)
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The Fever is back! Friday Night Fever that is! We'll have live scores and updates from your local games right here on this webpage. Then, after the games, we'll be posting highlights from each game from Friday Night Fever online and on social media.

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Two Arkansas men snag one huge alligator

(Courtesy NBC) (Courtesy NBC)
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You know the old joke about the big one that got away...well, two Arkansas men got the big one and kept it.  Warren Parker and John Manues, who are both alligator hunters, were armed with a Go-Pro camera and harpoons and headed to a swamp on their property.

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U.S. Coast Guard facility opens

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The Coast Guard held a flag raising ceremony at their new facility at the Corpus Christi International Airport. After years of construction, and some delays, the Coast Guard's new Corpus Christi headquarters is finally ready.

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City Council votes against voter approved tax increase to repair streets

Voters approved a tax increase to fund residential street repairs, but the City Council voted to keep the tax rate the same. Voters approved a tax increase to fund residential street repairs, but the City Council voted to keep the tax rate the same.
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Council members voted against the motion after learning the city would face a big bill for changing the tax rate this late the fiscal year.

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Doctor accused of sexually assaulting patients involved in road rage incident

Jaime Sandoval is accused of being involved in a road rage incident on September 13th. Jaime Sandoval is accused of being involved in a road rage incident on September 13th.
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A local doctor accused of sexually assaulting two female patients is in more legal trouble after he's being accused in a road rage incident with a prosecutor. During a court hearing Friday morning, Judge Missy Medary revoked Doctor Jaime Sandoval's bond after hearing testimony about the September 13th incident which is a violation of his agreement.       The victim in the case is attorney Ray Pena who works for the Nueces County District Attorney's office. Accordi...

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Missing Gregory-Portland girl found safe

Picture of Savana Fetterman (Courtesy Gregory Police Department) Picture of Savana Fetterman (Courtesy Gregory Police Department)
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A Gregory-Portland area girl who police said went missing yesterday afternoon has been found safe.

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Pirates join forces with a battlecry for Rockport

For the Wylie Pirates, "AHMO" means more than a trademark. For the Wylie Pirates, "AHMO" means more than a trademark.
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The phrase "AHMO" is trademarked by Wylie school district, and it can mean a variety of things, depending on who you ask. 

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HUD Secretary, Governor survey damage to housing developments

Secretary of HUD, Ben Carson (file) Cropped Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0 Secretary of HUD, Ben Carson (file) Cropped Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0
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Areas damaged by Hurricane Harvey were paid a visit by the head of Housing and Urban Development alongside Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

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Gregory police chief on paid leave after sexual harassment allegation

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The Chief of Police in Gregory has been placed on paid administrative leave after accusations of sexual harrassment, according to city officials.

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PHOTOS: Strait, Abbott visit Hurricane Harvey ravaged Rockport

Governor Greg Abbott displays a "Make Rockport Great Again" t-shirt during his joint visit with country music legend George Strait. Governor Greg Abbott displays a "Make Rockport Great Again" t-shirt during his joint visit with country music legend George Strait.
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Images from the event which took place today at ACE Hardware store in Rockport, Texas. 

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UPDATE: Power still out at mall; some stores open

La Palmera still without power this afternoon. La Palmera still without power this afternoon.
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A power outage affecting La Palmera occurred just after 9 a.m. this morning, diverting many would be shoppers of the newest fall fashions. Although the mall remains open, almost all stores on the south (SPID) side of the mall remain without power and are temporarily closed. These include the upper and main level - including the food court and its restrooms. This also includes the KRIS 6 News Community Set located in the mall's food court, from with we broadcast our noon show f... More>>

Javelinas host A&M Commerce Saturday

Javelinas logo. Javelinas logo.
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KINGSVILLE, Texas – Back at home for the first time in three weeks, the Texas A&M-Kingsville football team (1-2) will host the third-ranked team in the country, the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions (3-0), who will visit Kingsville, Texas to battle for the Chennault Cup on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at Javelina Stadium. The Lions enter Saturday undefeated, having opened their schedule wi... More>>

GOP health bill all but dead

McCain plans to vote no to repeal and replace plan. McCain plans to vote no to repeal and replace plan.
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McCain: "I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal..."

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La Palmera without power this morning

La Palmera without power La Palmera without power
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If you planned to spend this morning shopping for new fall fashion at La Palmera, think again, According to Amanda Spencer with La Palmera, power on the south side of the mall is out. AEP is on scene troubleshooting the issue, but currently Spencer said they don't know the extent of the malfunction, what cased the power to go out or how long it will take to restore. This is a developing story. Stick with KRIS 6 News as we continue to bring you details. We'll let you know when La Pa...

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Stabbing suspect asks for lower bond to go to college

Juan Sanchez asked that his bond be denied so he could return to college. Juan Sanchez asked that his bond be denied so he could return to college.
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The man accused of stabbing a good Samaritan outside a Lowe's store back in July asked a judge to lower his bond. Police say on July 2nd, Juan Sanchez was shoplifting at the Lowe's store when he ran out of the store and stabbed a man in the parking lot who tried to intervene.

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NASA’s asteroid chaser swings by Earth on way to space rock

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NASA’s asteroid-chasing spacecraft is swinging by Earth on its way to a space rock. 

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Moonlight in the Gardens XI

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One of Corpus Christi's most popular events is returning to the Solomon P. Ortiz International Center (402 Harbor Drive) on Friday, October 6th.

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Uber to lose its license to operate in London

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London’s transport authority said Friday it won’t renew Uber’s license to operate in the British capital, arguing that it demonstrates a lack of corporate responsibility with implications in public safety and security.

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Bullyproof program in schools

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One in five children report being bullied in schools, this is a study from the National Center for Educational Statistics.  One CCISD Police Officer decided that she wanted to change that. CCISD Police Sergeant Janelle Cantu started the Bullyproof program last year and after the amazing response from students and parents, Sgt. Cantu knew she had something worth teaching. Cantu started her 2nd program at Crockett Elementary yesterday to a class of 5th graders. The program will e... More>>

Search for Mexico quake survivors enters day 4, some success

PHOTO: 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, Photo Date: September 19, 2017 PHOTO: 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, Photo Date: September 19, 2017
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Survivors are still being pulled from rubble in Mexico City as rescue operations stretch into a fourth day Friday, spurring hope among desperate relatives gathered at the sites of buildings collapsed by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake.

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Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threat

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A Canadian looking for a high-end men’s shoe from can buy it from a major online retailer in the U.S. or get it for 25 percent less at the bustling Eaton Centre mall in downtown Toronto.

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Powerless: Puerto Rico faces weeks without electricity

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The storm knocked out the entire grid across the U.S. territory of 3.4 million, leaving many without power to light their homes, cook, pump water or run fans, air conditioners or refrigerators.

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Aaron Hernandez had severe CTE; daughter sues NFL, Pats

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Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had a severe case of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, researchers said on Thursday.

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Kim Jong Un: ‘Deranged’ Trump will ‘pay dearly’ for threat

PHOTO: North Korea leader Kim Jong-un inspecting what is claimed to be a nuclear device, Photo Date: Sep. 2017 (Photo: Korean Central News Agency) PHOTO: North Korea leader Kim Jong-un inspecting what is claimed to be a nuclear device, Photo Date: Sep. 2017 (Photo: Korean Central News Agency)
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump “deranged” and said he will “pay dearly” for his threats, a possible indication of more powerful weapons tests on the horizon.

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King and Kingsville take home Thursday night football wins

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This week, the kings took home Thursday night football wins...King High School and Kingsville (HM King) that is.

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Megyn Kelly sits down with KRIS6 News Anchor Priscilla Torres, talks about upcoming show

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Former attorney-turned political journalist, Megyn Kelly is now taking on a new role. She's joined our NBC team and plans to show a softer side to her on air-personality. Kelly said, "I really am hoping that in this next iteration of my professional self, I can form more human connections." Megyn Kelly's new show fittingly titled, "Megyn Kelly Today" will air weekday mornings. 

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Visit from country music superstar George Strait provides respite for Rockport

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Country superstar, George Strait, and Governor Abbott took a trip to the Ace Hardware in Rockport today. They talked to victims of Hurricane Harvey, showing their care and support.

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Local transit agencies discuss driverless vehicles

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Local leaders are talking about incorporating autonomous, or driverless, vehicles into the region's transportation system. Representatives from the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA), Port Corpus Christi and other local agencies met today to discuss the idea.

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Red Cross offering Harvey relief funds

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The American Red Cross is handing out money to help with hurricane relief.

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Gregory P.D. asking for public's help in finding missing teenager

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Police officers with the Gregory Police Department say they are asking for the public's help in finding a teen who went missing yesterday afternoon. According to Officer Wesley Shaw, with the Gregory Police Department, says they are trying to find 15-year-old Savana Fetterman, who went missing Wednesday afternoon.

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Trojans & Bucs talk about the FNF Marquee Matchup

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In a battle of undefeated teams, Moody will play west side rival Miller in the Friday Night Night Fever Marquee Matchup. A huge crowd is expected to fill Buc Stadium and it has become the talk of the town. Players and coaches weigh in on this titanic matchup.   

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Friday Night Fever: Thursday 9/21 Scores & Updates

KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS) KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)
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It's a new week and Friday Night Fever is back with all the coverage you can handle for this Thursday's football matchups!

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Governor, Attorney General push for FEMA disaster assistance for churches

FEMA's Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide does not offer assistance for religious organizations, but the President has the authority to change that. FEMA's Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide does not offer assistance for religious organizations, but the President has the authority to change that.
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Governor Abbott and AG Paxton sent a letter to President Trump urging him to authorize FEMA funding for churches and other religious orgnizations after Hurricane Harvey.

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UTMSI faces long, expensive road to recovery

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After suffering severe damage from Hurricane Harvey, the University of Texas Marine Science Institute's Port Aransas campus faces a long, expensive road to recovery.

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DEA, Homeland Security raid south side home, woman arrested

DEA and Homeland Security raided a home on the 8000 block of Mitra Parkway. DEA and Homeland Security raided a home on the 8000 block of Mitra Parkway.
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CORPUS CHRISTI - A woman is in jail after the DEA and Homeland Security agents, assisted by the Corpus Christi Police Department Narcotics division, raided her home early this morning. The raid took place on the 8000 block of Mitra Parkway. 42-year-old Christy Harper was arrested for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance after authorities found 30 grams of THC wax in her possession. This is a developing story. We will post updates here at kristv.com. The KRISTV.C...

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King of Country George Strait, Gov. Greg Abbott visit Rockport

George Strait and Gov. Greg Abbott at ACE Hardware in Rockport George Strait and Gov. Greg Abbott at ACE Hardware in Rockport
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Country music superstar George Strait and Texas Governor Greg Abbott visited the ACE Hardware store in Rockport today where they greeted community members. This is one of several high-profile public appearances for the small town, ravaged a month ago by Hurricane Harvey. President Trump and and Vice President Pence also visited and Gov. Abbott has come to the area multiple times since the storm.  ACE Hardware Store is one of the few stores in Rockport that's up and running and ...

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Drones used to assess hurricane damage

TAMU-CC and the CCFD used drones to assess storm damage after Hurricane Harvey. TAMU-CC and the CCFD used drones to assess storm damage after Hurricane Harvey.
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Drone images can provide detailed visuals of storm damage in the aftermath of Harvey.

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Houston homeowners may face tax increase after Harvey

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(AP) - As Houston recovers from Harvey's devastating flooding, many homeowners could be asked to shoulder an added financial burden: higher taxes on the same houses they are struggling to rebuild.

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Week 4 High School Football Schedule

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Week 4 High School Football Schedule Thursday 9-21-17 Tuloso-Midway vs. King at Buc Stadium 7pm Kingsville at Robstown 7:30pm Friday 9-22-17 (all games 7:30) Moody vs. Miller at Buc  Carroll at Alice  Flour Bluff at Gregory-Portland Ray vs. Veterans Memorial at Cabaniss Sinton at Beeville Rockport-Fulton vs. Ingleside at Tuloso-Midway Aransas Pass at Santa Rosa Odem at West Oso Progresso at Hebbronville San Diego at Orange Grove Falfurrias at George West Pear... More>>

Prosecutors say Texas lawmaker spent $51K on online psychic

Photo: Travis County Sheriff's Office Photo: Travis County Sheriff's Office
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A Texas lawmaker spent more than $51,000 on an online psychic, appeared for work at the Capitol apparently impaired by medication and hid a cellphone from investigators, prosecutors said in a court filing this week.    Rep. Dawnna Dukes is due to face misdemeanor corruption charges at an Oct. 16 trial. She is accused of giving a taxpayer-funded raise to a legislative aide to cover gas money for shuttling her daughter back and forth from school. 

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Workforce Solutions has mobile bus to help residents look for jobs

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Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend is doing what they can to help residents affected by Harvey find a job.  Inside this mobile unit, anyone who's out of work right now can make it to the mobile unit and apply for a new job, apply for unemployment benefits or stop in to ask any job-related questions. The mobile unit is equipped with 10 computers, wi-fi and printers so any person that needs assistance finding a job or applying for unemployment benefits can do that there. Mon...

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Donated cars on their way to Port Aransas

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Several S.U.V.s and trucks are on their way to Port Aransas. The city of Port Aransas lost several of its city vehicles during Hurricane Harvey. The city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado decided to donate a Jeep Cherokee, three Dodge Durangos and two pickup trucks. They were loaded onto a trailer Wednesday evening. Steamboat Springs' City Manager Gary Suiter says the city had them in storage and they're all in good working condition. They're expected to arrive in Port Aransas Friday ...

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American Red Cross relaunches financial assistance program

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CORPUS CHRISTI - The American Red Cross today announced it is restarting its financial assistance program for those most affected by Hurricane Harvey.  $45 million in assistance has been approved for over 100,000 households already, according to The Red Cross, and they say they are ready to assist hundreds of thousands more. This was made possible by all of the donations received after the hurricane. The Red Cross will provide $400 to qualified Texas households in the coun... More>>

BBQ benefit for elderly woman run over, killed by alleged drunk driver

Photo of Cordie Gilmore who family members say worked at Stripes for almost two decades. Photo of Cordie Gilmore who family members say worked at Stripes for almost two decades.
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CORPUS CHRISTI - The death of 74-year-old Cordie Gilmore stunned the community.  74-year-old elderly woman run over by truck  Cordie, who is called "Grandma" by those who knew her best, was run over and killed in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Flour Bluff. The driver, 34-year-old Cody Callison, was arrested and charged with intoxication assault. Family members recall life of elderly woman run over and killed  Family members and friends are holding a BBQ benef...

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Voestalpine gets extension to settle payment dispute

The Port Commission gave voestalpine an extension for settling its payment dispute with contractors. The Port Commission gave voestalpine an extension for settling its payment dispute with contractors.
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Contractors say the company owes them $60 million, and now voestalpine has until January to resolve those claims. 

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MSU football player dies from injuries sustained during game against TAMUK

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Tragedy struck near the end of the Texas A&M-Kingsville football game against Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls last weekend as a cornerback for MSU died after suffering an injury on the field, according to MSU's website.  19-year-old Robert Grays, a sophomore general business major and star football player at MSU, suffered a severe neck injury while making a tackle with 3:24 left in the fourth quarter Saturday night, according to MSU. Midwestern State University...

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Donations needed to save Columbus replica ship

A GoFundMe account has been started to save the Nina. A GoFundMe account has been started to save the Nina.
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A GoFundMe account has been set up to save the Columbus replica ship Nina.

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'Swab and Shop' to help save lives

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Every three minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. The "Be The Match" bone marrow donor registry is looking for donors right here in South Texas.  This Saturday, September 23rd, the registry will be set up in Center Court at La Palmera Mall for this year's "Swab and Shop" event. It's a quick and painless process, allowing you the opportunity to possibly be someone's cure for cancer.  The primary age group is from ages 18-44.  This even...

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New plaintiffs added to lawsuit over chemical plant fire

PHOTO: Arkema chemical plant fire in Crosby, Texas, Photo Date: 9/1/2017 PHOTO: Arkema chemical plant fire in Crosby, Texas, Photo Date: 9/1/2017
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HOUSTON (AP) - Eleven plaintiffs, including a 4-year-old girl, have joined the $1 million lawsuit against a Houston-area chemical plant rocked by explosions after floodwater from Hurricane Harvey inundated the facility.    Six deputies and one EMS official filed a lawsuit in Harris County Court earlier this month, saying fumes from an Aug. 31 explosion in Crosby left them vomiting and gasping for breath.  The Houston Chronicle reports six more first responders along w... More>>

Seafood markets still feeling the impact from Harvey

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Hurricane Harvey and the flooding left in its wake has made a major impact on the restaurant and fishing industries across the state of Texas,   As the work of fishermen is interrupted and distribution lines are severed, many area seafood markets have been feeling the impact.     Groomer's Seafood in North Beach is currently losing anywhere between 75-125 thousand dollars a week.   The industry's wheels are falling off.  Sales of seafood to Coastal Bend restau...

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A stunned Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans stunned by a hurricane that crushed concrete balconies, twisted metal gates and paralyzed the island with landslides, flooding and downed trees vowed to slowly rebuild amid an economic crisis as rescue crews fanned out across the U.S. territory Thursday.    The extent of the damage is unknown given that dozens of municipalities remained isolated and without communication after Maria hit the island Wednesday mor... More>>

Corpus Christi Coast Guard Air Station holding memorial for plane crew lost 44 years ago.

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Coast Guard Air Station Corpus Christi will hold it's annual memorial honoring an airplane assigned to the unit that was lost on September 21, 1973.

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Bernie Casey, pro football player turned actor, dies

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Bernie Casey, a professional football player turned poet, painter and actor known for parts in films such as “Revenge of the Nerds” and “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka,” has died.

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Trapped girl a symbol for Mexico’s quake rescue efforts

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A delicate effort to reach a young girl buried in the rubble of her school stretched into a daylong vigil for Mexico, much of it broadcast across the nation as rescue workers still struggled in rain and darkness early Thursday trying to pick away unstable debris and reach her.

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Driscoll patients to be treated like stars as holiday cards go on sale

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CORPUS CHRISTI – Past and present Driscoll Children’s Hospital patients will be treated like stars tomorrow when the hospital’s 2017 holiday card collection is unveiled. Every year, Driscoll patients from throughout South Texas draw pictures for 10 holiday cards, and community members select the artwork to be used. 

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Rockport business prepares for visit from the "King of Country," George Strait

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Since Hurricane Harvey, the Coastal Bend has welcomed some pretty big names to the area who are all looking to help those in need. Governor Greg Abbott has visited a few times and even our President and Vice President and tomorrow, the Rockport area will welcome the "King of Country" George Strait. 

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Friday Night Fever Marquee Matchup- Miller vs. Moody

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It's the game everyone is talking about, Moody and Miller meet in this week's Friday Night Fever Marquee Matchup. It's a battle of undefeated teams. Moody is 3-0, MIller is 2-0. Kickoff is set for Friday night at Buc Stadium,starting at 7:30 The KRIS 6 Sports crew will be there for complete game coverage. 

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Bomb threat forces Alice High School evacuation

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Students at Alice High School were forced to evacuate the campus after a bomb threat was found. According to school officials, a note was found Thursday morning in the boys restroom. It read that a bomb was going to go off on Friday. Students were evacuated and the Alice Police Department was called in to sweep the building. Bomb dogs were also brought to the campus but nothing was found. For safety reasons, the students were released after lunch. They were allowed to return to...

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Corpus Christi man survives earthquake in Mexico

Red Cross workers in Mexico City following the earthquake. Photo: Mexico Red Cross Red Cross workers in Mexico City following the earthquake. Photo: Mexico Red Cross
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Mexico suffered its second major earthquake in just a week on Sept. 19, as a 7.1 magnitude quake hit 75 miles southeast of Mexico City.

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Dr. Hector P. Garcia Foundation makes donation to IWA

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Every third Wednesday in September is recognized as Doctor Hector P. Garcia Day. In honor of the Mexican-American civil rights leader, Incarnate Word Academy students participated in a special mass at the school this morning. 

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Nueces County offers prescription discounts in wake of Harvey

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Although Hurricane Harvey hit nearly four weeks ago, many people are still trying to make ends meet.  With the help of the Nueces County Commissioners Court, Coast2CoastRx will continue to provide prescription discounts through their free discount card program.  The program has been in affect for six years. However now that many are feeling the burden of Harvey, they want to bring more awareness to their program. Zach Barrett, an employee of Coa...

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"King of Country" George Strait coming to Rockport

Country music superstar George Strait will visit with Hurricane Harvey victims in Rockport on Thursday. Country music superstar George Strait will visit with Hurricane Harvey victims in Rockport on Thursday.
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Country music superstar George Strait is coming to Rockport. Governor Greg Abbott's office has sent out a media release stating Governor Abbott and the "King of Country" will meet with Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey in Rockport on Thursday morning. The meet and greet will be held at the ACE Hardware Store at 2631 State Highway-35 at 10 a.m. KRIS 6 News has reached out to the Governor's office for more details. Keep it on KRISTV.com for more information on Thursday's e...

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Harvey damages keep Port from operating without restrictions

Damages from Hurricane Harvey keep the Port of Corpus Christi from fully re-opening without restrictions. Damages from Hurricane Harvey keep the Port of Corpus Christi from fully re-opening without restrictions.
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Port officials and their federal partners are working to fully reopen the Port, but damages from the storm are causing some delays. 

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Man who caused crash that killed 11 year old is sentenced

Michael Ramon was sentenced to 15 years in prison for causing a crash that killed 11-year old My-Kayla Recio. Michael Ramon was sentenced to 15 years in prison for causing a crash that killed 11-year old My-Kayla Recio.
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The man who crashed a vehicle and left an 11-year-old to die is heading to prison. On September 10, 2016, Michael Ramon crashed an SUV on the Crosstown Expressway near Ayers. He then fled the scene. Several people were in the vehicle, including 11-year-old My-Kayla Recio, who didn't survive.

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Warrant issued for man accused of causing motorcycle crash, abandoning victim

A warrant has been issued for Jeffrey Harvey after he failed to appear in court Wednesday morning. A warrant has been issued for Jeffrey Harvey after he failed to appear in court Wednesday morning.
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A warrant has been issued for a man who caused a crash, injured a woman and left her behind. Jeffery Harvey, 35, was supposed to be arraigned in the 347th District Court on charges of intoxication assault Wednesday morning but Harvey failed up to show up in court. Police say Harvey crashed his motorcycle behind the Home Depot store off South Padre Island Drive and injured his female passenger. She serious head injuries. According to police, Harvey fled the scene and wa...

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Man accused of killing Flour Bluff teen appears in court

Paris Richardson pleaded not guilty to a murder charge during his arraignment Wednesday afternoon. Paris Richardson pleaded not guilty to a murder charge during his arraignment Wednesday afternoon.
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The man accused of fatally shooting a Flour Bluff teen says he's innocent. Paris Camtrail Richardson pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Wednesday afternoon. The 26 year old is accused of shooting and killing Timothy Echols, Jr. on Valentines Day. The 17 year old was shot at an apartment complex on Waldron Road. Richardson fled the area. U.S. Marshals arrested him three months later after they found him trying to hide in the trunk of a car at an apartment complex in Gretna, Louisi...

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Celanese employees make major donation to help local veterans

Employees at Celanese presented the group "Burn Pits 360" with a $14,000 check. Employees at Celanese presented the group "Burn Pits 360" with a $14,000 check.
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Every day, KRIS 6 News celebrates good deeds in our community. This time, we're giving a thumbs up to the employees at Celanese facility. Veterans at the plant presented a $14,000 check to the "Burn Pits 360" group. The money will go to the group's Warrior Support Center in Robstown.       The center offers veterans job training, counseling and other resources.  Reading on your phone? Download the KRIS 6 News Mobile App for iOS/iPhone here. And for... More>>

6.1 magnitude earthquake strikes off Japan

The quake's epicenter was reported 185 miles off Japan's east coast. Image courtesy: USGS The quake's epicenter was reported 185 miles off Japan's east coast. Image courtesy: USGS
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A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck just under 200 miles off Japan's east coast on Wednesday at around 11:37 local time.

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Corpus Christi City Auditor fired

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CORPUS CHRISTI - The Corpus Christi City Council voted on Tuesday to fire City Auditor Arlena Sones. The vote came after a closed-door review of Sones' position, during Tuesday's council meeting. City Human Resources Director Steve Viera tells KRIS-6 News Sones worked for the city for about five years.  

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Pet of the Week: Kimberley

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Kimberley is a 1-year-old Black Mouth Cur mix, and is being offered for immediate adoption by Corpus Christi Animal Care Services.

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Fewer sites at Saturday's Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup

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The annual Adopt-A-Beach Fall Cleanup will be a bit different this year in that there will be a limited number of sites participating, due to damage from Hurricane Harvey.

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Steamboat Springs, Colorado donating cars to Port Aransas

The city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado plans to donate six vehicles to the City of Port Aransas. The city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado plans to donate six vehicles to the City of Port Aransas.
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Port Aransas is getting some help from friends who are nearly 1,300 miles away.       The city of Port Aransas lost at least ten vehicles during Hurricane Harvey. The city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado has decided to donate six vehicles to the city. They include a Jeep Cherokee, three Dodge Durangos and two pickup trucks. The Steamboat Springs City Manager Gary Suiter tells KRIS Six News the city had them in storage units but are in good working condition.  

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Pirates helping Pirates, Wylie H.S. showing support for Rockport

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The bleachers at Rockport Fulton's High school stadium haven't been full since Hurricane Harvey hit. "Just like football season, it's not been easy.  Either is coming back from a hurricane.  It's very difficult," said Rockport Fulton Head Football Coach Jay Seibert.  "There are a lot of challenges you don't really know about until you're apart of it." These days, Friday night's in South Texas are about so much more than just playing a...

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Houston-area police fatally shoot man armed with rifle

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LA PORTE, Texas (AP) - Police near Houston have shot and killed a man who they say had repeatedly fired "an assault-type rifle" and then was seen by neighbors walking up and down their residential street with the weapon.      La Porte police said in a statement late Tuesday that officers responding earlier in the day to the neighborhood adjacent to La Porte Municipal Airport were told by a woman that her husband was suicidal.      Authorities sa... More>>

US to give $32M for Myanmar's Rohingya refugees

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NEW YORK (AP) - The United States will contribute nearly $32 million in humanitarian aid to help Rohingya Muslim refugees, the State Department said Wednesday, in the Trump administration's first major response to the mass exodus from Myanmar.      The new money for food, medical care, water, sanitation and shelter comes as the U.S. joins a growing chorus of international condemnation over the minority group's plight. In less than a month, some 421,000 Rohingya have fle... More>>

Homework Assignment asking students to role play as KKK sparks anger

Photo: Facebook/Tremain Cooper Photo: Facebook/Tremain Cooper
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LEXINGTON, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina elementary school teacher who asked students to role play as Ku Klux Klan members for a homework assignment has been placed on administrative leave.    The Island Packet reports that Lexington-Richland School District 5 says it's "taking this matter very seriously" after Tremain Cooper posted a picture of his nephew's assignment on Facebook last week.    The assignment asked fifth-grade students at Oak Pointe Elem...

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Nations to sign nuclear ban treaty opposed by big powers

PHOTO: United Nations general assembly in New York, Photo Date: 9/15/2017 PHOTO: United Nations general assembly in New York, Photo Date: 9/15/2017
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UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The first treaty to ban nuclear weapons was opened Wednesday for countries to sign, with the backing of over 100 nations but the opposition of nuclear-armed ones.    "This treaty is an important milestone towards the universally held goal of a world free of nuclear weapons" at a time of increasing concern about their risk, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said as he opened a signing ceremony.    It came alongside the U.N.'s ... More>>

Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico as a major Category 4 Hurricane

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - Puerto Rico faced Wednesday what officials said could be the strongest hurricane to ever hit the U.S. territory as they warned it would decimate the power company's crumbling infrastructure and force the government to rebuild dozens of communities.    Maria barreled toward the island with 155 mph (250 kph) winds and was expected to make landfall Wednesday midmorning along Puerto Rico's southeast coast as a Category 4 storm, punishing the island ...

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Still time to file an insurance claim due to Hurricane Harvey

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Consumers affected by Hurricane Harvey don't need to rush to file an insurance claim.   Warnings spreading on social media about a Sept. 1 deadline to file claims related to Hurricane Harvey was misinformation, experts say.    The alerts reference a Texas law set to potentially reduce the penalties insurers face for late claim payments as a result of a lawsuit.   Believe it or not, most insurance agencies want to help, and if they can't help, they will point you in...

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Nueces County offers free prescription discount card in wake of Harvey

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Hurricane Harvey disrupted lives across the Coastal Bend. Many have struggled to get basic necessities. For those who also need prescription drugs, the cost can be overwhelming. The Nueces County Commissioners Court wants to let Nueces County know that there are additional resources available to those in need of prescriptions.  The commissioners court will announce this morning that they will reinvigorate their prescription discount program with Coast2Coas...

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Rescue workers, volunteers dig through rubble as quake death toll rises

PHOTO: 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, Photo Date: September 19, 2017 PHOTO: 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, Photo Date: September 19, 2017
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Rescue crews worked frantically through the night in Mexico City to save people trapped beneath the rubble of buildings that collapsed during Tuesday's earthquakes. Mexico's federal government has declared a state of disaster in Mexico City. This has freed up emergency funds for victims of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that has killed at least 240 people. Mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Angel Mancera, said buildings fell at 44 locations in the capital alone as high-rises across the city...

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Cross-border slaying: Can dead teen's family sue US agent?

Family and friends of 15-year-old Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca carry his casket. Family and friends of 15-year-old Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca carry his casket.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A federal appeals court was set to hear arguments Wednesday over whether a federal border patrol agent can be sued in U.S. courts for shooting across the border and killing a Mexican teenager in 2010.    The case is again before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court in New Orleans. That court sided with agent Jesus Mesa in 2015 but was told to take another look at constitutional issues in the case by the U.S. Supreme Court.    Mesa was on the Texas side o... More>>

Fact Check: Does FEMA force you to buy flood insurance?

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Some homeowners say they were forced to buy flood insurance before the Federal Emergency Management Agency provided them assistance. So our Fact Check team asked, can FEMA force you to buy flood insurance before they help you? Our fact check team found out...

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FOLLOW UP: Rockport mother finds help in Harvey's aftermath

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After our report on Friday, a San Antonio couple opened their Fulton vacation home to Leslie Bradley and her family, meaning, they don't have to sleep in their car. So for now, their housing problem is solved. Not only that, FEMA stepped in to help, reminding us again that communication is key. FEMA estimates that 80 percent of delays are caused by incomplete or inaccurate applications. Bradley is grateful for fema's help, but whether it was her mistake or theirs, it's been a confu...

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European style turf installed at Cabaniss Soccer Complex

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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...

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Update on 2 children burned from barbecue pit fire

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It's been more than a month since a three-year-old girl and her four-year-old brother were burned by a barbecue pit at their home on Prescott. The three-year-old, Bella Ybañez, remains hospitalized. 4-year-old Isaiah Ybañez would normally be playing with his little sister. That changed back on August first when both were burned in a tragic accident. Fire officials say the family had set up a BBQ pit in the backyard. "The kids were inside the doors were locked ...

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Attorney General investigates more than 70 price gouging, fraud complaints from Coastal Bend

The Attorney General's Office has received more than 70 complaints of price gouging, fraud, or scams from the Coastal Bend since Harvey hit. The Attorney General's Office has received more than 70 complaints of price gouging, fraud, or scams from the Coastal Bend since Harvey hit.
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The Attorney General's Office does not take action on any complaint, but they are looking into all Harvey-related allegations and can choose to take legal action.

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Governor Abbott suspends trucking regulations to aid in Hurricane Irma relief

In spite of the slow down in the oil industry, the demand for truck drivers is still big. In spite of the slow down in the oil industry, the demand for truck drivers is still big.
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AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott issued a proclamation today, suspending laws and regulations related to interstate trucking through the state of Texas. This suspension will allow commercial vehicles to travel more quickly and deliver aid to states directly affected by Hurricane Irma. 

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7.1 magnitude earthquake hits Mexico City

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MEXICO CITY (AP) - US Geological Survey says earthquake that hit Mexico was 7.1 magnitude, located in central state of Puebla.

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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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  • Friday Night Fever: Final Scores 9/22

    Friday Night Fever: Final Scores 9/22

    Saturday, September 23 2017 12:47 AM EDT2017-09-23 04:47:18 GMT
    KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)

    Another night of high school football is at an end for us but it doesn't have to be for you. Check out all the highlights from tonight (9/22)'s games right here on our website!

    Another night of high school football is at an end for us but it doesn't have to be for you. Check out all the highlights from tonight (9/22)'s games right here on our website!

  • Friday Night Fever: Live Scores & Updates 9/22

    Friday Night Fever: Live Scores & Updates 9/22

    Friday, September 22 2017 11:42 PM EDT2017-09-23 03:42:49 GMT
    KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)KRIS 6 Sports brings the Friday Night Fever every high school football season. (KRIS)

    The Fever is back! Friday Night Fever that is! We'll have live scores and updates from your local games right here on this webpage. Then, after the games, we'll be posting highlights from each game from Friday Night Fever online and on social media.

    The Fever is back! Friday Night Fever that is! We'll have live scores and updates from your local games right here on this webpage. Then, after the games, we'll be posting highlights from each game from Friday Night Fever online and on social media.

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