A man with two or more prior DWI convictions was arrested overnight after police found him asleep at the wheel at the light at Airline and SPID. More>>
Police officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of Rodd Field Road Wednesday night after receiving reports of a vehicle swerving all over the road. More>>
Skin cancer is on the rise. Doctor David Blanchard explains how many people are affected and how much this preventable disease is costing us. More>>
For residents who choose to spend their summer vacation in town, Ashley Higson from the Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau offers several ideas for outdoor enthusiasts. Visit www.visitcorpuschristitx.org. More>>
Braselton Homes has built a dream playhouse and donated it to CASA of the Coastal Bend.
The annual Nueces county Medical Society health fair is Saturday, August 2. More>>
Two armed gunman ransacked an apartment unit at the Glen Willows Apartments Wednesday evening. A 21-year-old man inside the apartment was told to stay on the ground while the crooks stole various items. More>>
Some Local residents banned together to do something about a messy problem that had been plaguing their street. Our Katia Uriarte explains what they did. If you have a trash or debris pick up complaint, you can reach out to the city at 361-826-3000The City also has an app called "My Waste App." You can use it to check out scheduled brush pick up dates, file a complaint, and more. You can get the app by clicking here. More>>
One student wants to do voice over work in Hollywood. Another wants to get her degree in finance. What do they have in common? They both entered the country illegally. Although their deportations are frozen for now, their sense of belonging are split between two countries.Take a closer look in a 3News Special Report: On Shaky Ground. More>>
Tanya Ramirez, the former King High School teacher who turned herself into police Tuesday and was charged with improper relationship between a student and educator, was released from jail just after noon Wednesday after posting a $10,000 bond. More>>
Christian Villarreal said it's a walk he makes every morning -- down Comanche Street to the Food Bank of Corpus Christi to do some volunteer work. He said he also sees the dogs every morning, locked up in a warehouse; but this time, they were loose. More>>
Some San Patricio County residents were concerned about trees being cut down at the courthouse in Sinton Wednesday morning. It turns out, drought is the real culprit, and it's a more widespread problem than many thought. More>>
Police in Bayside are still looking for those responsible for an armed robbery at a game room in that area over the weekend. More>>
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