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The City Attorney's Office Gets Performance Review Video included

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The City of Corpus Christi has received the results of a formal review of their Attorney's Office. Our Bill Churchwell has a look at the highlights from the report. More>>

Local Residents Dealing With Hunger Problem Video included

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According to a new study here in Texas, the Corpus Christi area is above average when it comes to people living with food insecurity. Food insecurity is when you don't know where your next meal is coming from. If you would like to donate to the Food Bank Of Corpus Christi call this number: (361) 887-6291If you would like to donate to Senior Services call this number: (361)-826-3150 More>>

Local Cheerleaders Head To National Competition Video included

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A group of local young cheerleaders are getting ready to head to a national competition in Orlando, Florida. They are hosting a couple of fundraisers on Saturday. 
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Getting Ready for the 77th Annual Buccaneer Days Festival Video included

It's the 77th year that Buccaneer Days will take place in Corpus Christi, and the festivities kick off later this week, with opening ceremonies scheduled for Thursday.Kiii News Reporter Anayeli Ruiz went Live from the site of the Buc Days Carnival with more details on what you can expect from this year's festivities. More>>

The 2014 Caller-Times Healthcare Heroes Awards Banquet Video included

A special awards ceremony was held Tuesday at the Solomon P. Ortiz Center to honor local healthcare professionals.It was the 2014 Caller-Times Healthcare Heroes awards banquet. It's the second year the event was held, and it was put together by the Corpus Christi Caller-Times and Christus Spohn Hospital South.In all, seven awards were handed out on Tuesday. More>>

Funeral Procession Follows Fallen Firefighter Maurice "Marty" Martinez Video included

Fire and public safety officials gathered Tuesday to remember one of their own with strong ties to South Texas, as the late Maurice "Marty" Martinez was laid to rest."It's a very hard impact for us to take. He was a, relatively speaking, he was very young, to pass like this, and we'll miss him, well, we'll miss him a lot," Ingleside Fire Chief R.J. Thomas said. "The biggest thing we'll miss is the training that he conducted. He was a constant trainer and a mentor to many, many firefighters ac... More>>

Convicted Businessman Mauricio Celis in Court Tuesday Video included

Local businessman Mauricio Celis was back in court Tuesday. He was convicted of falsely holding himself out as a lawyer back in 2010, and of identifying himself as a police officer.On Tuesday, Celis officially began his 10-year probated sentence, and while he will have to abide by the standard conditions of probation, District Judge Guy Williams did allow Celis to travel throughout the country and even to Mexico. Celis' attorney said he has most of his business dealings there.The judge could ... More>>

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Visiting Corpus Christi Video included

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is in Corpus Christi to speak at Tuesday night's sold out Christus Spohn South Texas Lyceum.Earlier in the day, Fox met with a small group of media to go over various topics, including his thoughts on the war on drugs. He said legalizing marijuana in the United States would go a long way toward ending the violence caused by the drug wars in Mexico."Back 100 years ago in Chicago, until the prohibition of alcohol was banned and crime ended, and the padranos ... More>>

City Council Approves Study to Develop Desalination Test Plant Video included

At Tuesday's City Council meeting, members officially accepted a federal grant and approved spending over $1 million in city funds for a desalination plant pilot study.The study will help determine how and where would be best for building a test plant and also to search for state and federal grants to assist with such construction. It will also help determine the most efficient way to process saltwater, what to do with the leftover brine water and how to store, possibly underground, drinkable... More>>

Warmer Weather Brings Out More Coastal Bend Snakes Video included

As temperatures begin to warm up, some experts are sending out a warning -- beware of snakes.It was just this past weekend when a family celebrating Easter came across a diamondback rattlesnake in their yard as the kids were hunting for Easter eggs. It happened in the 6300 block of Alexis Drive, in the Cimarron and Yorktown area.Luckily, no one was bitten.Kiii News Reporter Bill Churchwell went Live with a look at what you should do if you come across a venomous snake.You might be surprised, ... More>>

Job Seekers Come Out to Kiii-TV Studios for a Job Fair Video included

It was a packed house here at the Kiii-TV studios Tuesday as those looking for work showed up to participate in our job fair.Some employers said they were shocked at the number of folks that came out. A total of 18 companies looking to hire participated in the fair, and many of them conducted interviews on the spot.Kiii-TV is in the process of planning our next job fair. Once those plans are finalized, we'll let you know the date and time. More>>

Hot Jobs: April 22, 2014 Video included

This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.Location Alice, Texas Job Number 6296363 Title Assistant Manager Salary Starts at $28,340.00 Year, Depending on Experience +Benefits Qualifications One (1) year prior experience in retail management and a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required. Basic computer skills required. Candidate must be able to provide excellent customer service and supervision to clients and employees. Must ... More>>

Head Start Kids Learn About the Environment on Earth Day Video included

Kids from our local Head Start schools were taught the importance of conservation and recycling to celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday.It's celebrated every April 22, and kids were made aware of environmental problems from Corpus Christi Mayor Nelda Martinez and Toby Globy.The three most important things the kids learned were reduce, reuse and recycle. The folks at Head Start hope the kids will tell their moms and dads why it is important to help Mother Earth. More>>

Four Vehicle Accident in Construction Zone on JFK Causeway Video included

Traffic on the westbound side of the JFK Causeway was brought to a standstill just after 11 a.m. Tuesday after four vehicles collided while driving in a construction zone. Two people were injured in the accident and were transported to area hospitals.According to police, a silver Chevy truck hit an ATT work truck at a high rate of speed, causing the work truck to strike two other vehicles. Traffic was already down to a single lane because of that construction zone."Everybody needs to be aware... More>>

Work Crews Setting Up for Buc Days Rodeo Events Video included

Work crews were busy at the American Bank Center Tuesday setting up the arena to host the upcoming Buc Days rodeo events.It's the 24th year that the PRCA Rodeo has been put on during Buc Days. On Monday, crews brought in the dirt, and Tuesday was "iron day" as volunteers set up the side panels and chutes.Once all of that is set up, crews say they can bring in the animals, and then the cowboys."The rodeo starts on Thursday night and the first performance is at 7:30 p.m. It's Military Appreciat... More>>

The Right Way to Mark Your Spot for the Buc Days Parade Video included

The Buc Days Illuminated Night Parade is less than two weeks away, and people are already marking their spots for the parade using chalk, and in some cases, graffiti. However, you might not want to do that just yet. Kiii News Reporter Anayeli Ruiz went Live to tell us why.Two or three weeks ago, residents began marking their spots for the Buc Days parade, but some decided to use spray paint to mark up a sidewalk, prompting the Corpus Christi Police Department's graffiti removal truck to come ... More>>

CCPD Lieutenant Rescues Toddlers Locked in Vehicle Video included

Two small children were accidentally locked inside of a sport utility vehicle at around 4 p.m. Tuesday in the parking lot of the Walmart in the 4100 block of Staples Street.The mother of the children was with them the whole time, but was locked out while loading groceries into her vehicle. While waiting on Pop-a-Lock, Corpus Christi Police Lt. Sergio Delgado decided it was best to go ahead and get the children out. He busted out a window and pull the two toddlers to safety.The toddlers were c... More>>

GM: New Changes Could Have Prevented Deadly Recall Crisis

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - General Motors on Tuesday restructured its engineering and quality departments, saying the changes could have prevented its current recall crisis. The new changes "could have really helped us prevent this in the past," said Mark Reuss, an executive vice president at the automaker, referring to the flawed ignition switch. The automaker has acknowledged that some GM engineers knew of flaws with the part ten years ago, but because of internal miscues, it took years for it ... More>>

An Evening of Poetry Honors Women's Health Video included

A joint project from TAMUCC and the Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation is raising awareness of women and girls with HIV and AIDS. A collection of poetry will be debuted at the Island University on Thursday, April 24th in the Engineering Building from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. More>>

Last Call to Fish in Autonation Saltwater Roundup Video included

The Autonation Saltwater Roundup is the weekend of April 26 and 27. There are different categories to compete in. Proceeds benefit the local chapter of the American Diabetes Association. More>>

  • Get Your Fitness on Right Track with It's Your Life Foundation 5K

    Get Your Fitness on Right Track with It's Your Life Foundation 5K

    Everyone benefits in the It's Your Life Foundation 5K run/walk. Sara and Saherish Surani from the foundation spoke with Jane about their annual 5k event.More >>
    Everyone benefits in the It's Your Life Foundation 5K run/walk. Sara and Saherish Surani from the foundation spoke with Jane about their annual 5k event.More >>
  • Woman Who Allegedly Robbed Value Bank Behind Bars

    Woman Who Allegedly Robbed Value Bank Behind Bars

    A woman wanted for robbing a bank last week is in Corpus Christi Police custody this morning. 26-year-old Seanette Villarreal faces a charge of robbery. Investigators say this surveillance video shows Villareal robbing the Value Bank in the 3700 block of Staples on April 12. Police say the 26-year-old left the bank that day with an undetermined amount of cash after handing the teller a note demanding money.More >>
    A woman wanted for robbing a bank last week is in Corpus Christi Police custody this morning. 26-year-old Seanette Villarreal faces a charge of robbery. Investigators say this surveillance video shows Villareal robbing the Value Bank in the 3700 block of Staples on April 12. Police say the 26-year-old left the bank that day with an undetermined amount of cash after handing the teller a note demanding money.More >>
  • Funeral for Benjamin Mustafa Tomorrow

    Funeral for Benjamin Mustafa Tomorrow

    Funeral arrangements for the the 59-year-old convenience store owner gunned down in a robbery attempt are in place. A memorial service will be held for Benjamin Mustafa tomorrow at the Bay Area Fellowship Campus on Rodd Field Road at 5:30 p.m. The visitation will be held before the service at 5 p.m. The three suspects arrested in connection with the shooting remain in jail. Del Victoria Cavazos, Arturo Navarro, and Daniel Garcia are all charged with capital murder.More >>
    Funeral arrangements for the the 59-year-old convenience store owner gunned down in a robbery attempt are in place. A memorial service will be held for Benjamin Mustafa tomorrow at the Bay Area Fellowship Campus on Rodd Field Road at 5:30 p.m. The visitation will be held before the service at 5 p.m. The three suspects arrested in connection with the shooting remain in jail. Del Victoria Cavazos, Arturo Navarro, and Daniel Garcia are all charged with capital murder.More >>
  • TAMUCC Experts Give Tips On How To Observe Earth Day Today

    TAMUCC Experts Give Tips On How To Observe Earth Day Today

    People across the globe will observe Earth Day today, whether that is by planting trees or car pulling.More >>
    People across the globe will observe Earth Day today, whether that is by planting trees or car pulling.More >>
  • Young Girls Surprised By Father At Hooks Game

    Young Girls Surprised By Father At Hooks Game

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    It was a big surprise for two little girls, 6-year-old Bella and her 4-year-old sister Maddy who threw out the first pitch at Monday night's Hooks game at Whataburger Field. What they didn't know was that the catcher, who they were throwing the ball to, was actually their dad, Lieutenant Jeremy Taylor, a Navy pilot who has been deployed overseas since last year serving aboard the USS Boxer.Lt. Taylor told 3 News its something he's been waiting a long time for. Lt. Taylor said, "I'm so lucky I...More >>
    It was a big surprise for two little girls, 6-year-old Bella and her 4-year-old sister Maddy who threw out the first pitch at Monday night's Hooks game at Whataburger Field. What they didn't know was that the catcher, who they were throwing the ball to, was actually their dad, Lieutenant Jeremy Taylor, a Navy pilot who has been deployed overseas since last year serving aboard the USS Boxer.Lt. Taylor told 3 News its something he's been waiting a long time for. Lt. Taylor said, "I'm so lucky I...More >>
  • District Attorney Considering Death Penalty for Tim's Market Shooters

    District Attorney Considering Death Penalty for Tim's Market Shooters

    District Attorney Mark Skurka is considering whether or not to seek the death penalty against the suspects in last week's fatal convenience store shooting.That shooting happened last Monday at the Tim's Market on Ayers and Brownlee. The three suspects -- Del Victoria Cavazos, Arturo Navarro and Daniel Garcia, all 26 years old -- have been charged with capital murder for killing 59-year old Moustafa Binghamiam, known to most as Ben Mustafa.The process of decided whether to seek the death penal...More >>
    District Attorney Mark Skurka is considering whether or not to seek the death penalty against the suspects in last week's fatal convenience store shooting.That shooting happened last Monday at the Tim's Market on Ayers and Brownlee. The three suspects -- Del Victoria Cavazos, Arturo Navarro and Daniel Garcia, all 26 years old -- have been charged with capital murder for killing 59-year old Moustafa Binghamiam, known to most as Ben Mustafa.The process of decided whether to seek the death penal...More >>
  • Sheriff Gives Warning to Gamerooms in Nueces County

    Sheriff Gives Warning to Gamerooms in Nueces County

    Gamerooms operating in Nueces County have been put on warning by the Nueces County Sheriff's Department -- shut down, or be prepared for a raid.It was just this past Friday when two gamerooms in the Banquete area were raided by Sheriff's deputies. It's part of a new crackdown on all 8-liner businesses in the county.At a news conference Monday, Sheriff Jim Kaelin had a warning for those gamerooms still operating, and the people who keep them in business.Kiii News Reporter Anayeli Ruiz went Liv...More >>
    Gamerooms operating in Nueces County have been put on warning by the Nueces County Sheriff's Department -- shut down, or be prepared for a raid.It was just this past Friday when two gamerooms in the Banquete area were raided by Sheriff's deputies. It's part of a new crackdown on all 8-liner businesses in the county.At a news conference Monday, Sheriff Jim Kaelin had a warning for those gamerooms still operating, and the people who keep them in business.Kiii News Reporter Anayeli Ruiz went Liv...More >>
  • Girl Scouts Clean Up Lakeside Park at Rodd Field and Holly

    Girl Scouts Clean Up Lakeside Park at Rodd Field and Holly

    Plenty of families spend time at our city parks over the Easter holiday, but all too often, that means trash and debris that someone has to clean up.Fortunately for the popular Lakeside Park at Rodd Field Road and Holly, on the city's southside, a group of girl scouts were willing to do that job. In fact, for them it has become a post-Easter tradition.Kiii News Reporter Brian Burns went Live from that park with the details.More >>
    Plenty of families spend time at our city parks over the Easter holiday, but all too often, that means trash and debris that someone has to clean up.Fortunately for the popular Lakeside Park at Rodd Field Road and Holly, on the city's southside, a group of girl scouts were willing to do that job. In fact, for them it has become a post-Easter tradition.Kiii News Reporter Brian Burns went Live from that park with the details.More >>
  • Local Singer Clarissa Serna Speaks to Students at TAMUCC

    Local Singer Clarissa Serna Speaks to Students at TAMUCC

    Students at Texas AM University-Corpus Christi received a visit from local singing sensation Clarissa Serna on Monday.Serna spoke to the students and children at the campus' Early Childhood Development Center about the importance of education and following your dreams. She graduated from TAMUCC in 2008 with a bachelors degree of arts in media communication.More >>
    Students at Texas AM University-Corpus Christi received a visit from local singing sensation Clarissa Serna on Monday.Serna spoke to the students and children at the campus' Early Childhood Development Center about the importance of education and following your dreams. She graduated from TAMUCC in 2008 with a bachelors degree of arts in media communication.More >>
  • Orange Grove Runner Takes Part in 2014 Boston Marathon

    Orange Grove Runner Takes Part in 2014 Boston Marathon

    In Boston Monday, it was an enormous step forward in the healing process following the devastating bombings at last year's marathon.That run took place again Monday, with thousands of runners from around the world there. Thousands more watched as the event went off without a hitch. Among those taking part in the run was Jake Perez from Orange Grove.Perez ran last year, and said Monday's run was something he could not miss.More >>
    In Boston Monday, it was an enormous step forward in the healing process following the devastating bombings at last year's marathon.That run took place again Monday, with thousands of runners from around the world there. Thousands more watched as the event went off without a hitch. Among those taking part in the run was Jake Perez from Orange Grove.Perez ran last year, and said Monday's run was something he could not miss.More >>
  • Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held as Portland Schools Expand

    Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held as Portland Schools Expand

    A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday morning outside of Gregory-Portland High School, where a new all-sports complex is going up.The complex will feature a new weight room and some additional classrooms.Ground was also broken at Stephen F. Austin Elementary, where they are also expanding the facilities. Both projects should be complete in about a year.More >>
    A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday morning outside of Gregory-Portland High School, where a new all-sports complex is going up.The complex will feature a new weight room and some additional classrooms.Ground was also broken at Stephen F. Austin Elementary, where they are also expanding the facilities. Both projects should be complete in about a year.More >>
  • Ceremony Held as Eight Firefighters Retire from CCFD

    Ceremony Held as Eight Firefighters Retire from CCFD

    They have a combined total of 234 years of experience, and on Monday, they were honored by the Corpus Christi Fire Department as they prepare for retirement.Eight members of the CCFD are retiring, all at different ranks. The ceremony took place at the Firefighters Association Hall on Ayers.Among those honored were S.A. Benavides, who started as a firefighter at the age of 19, he's now 66.Kiii-TV would like to congratulate all of the firefighters and wish them and their families the best.More >>
    They have a combined total of 234 years of experience, and on Monday, they were honored by the Corpus Christi Fire Department as they prepare for retirement.Eight members of the CCFD are retiring, all at different ranks. The ceremony took place at the Firefighters Association Hall on Ayers.Among those honored were S.A. Benavides, who started as a firefighter at the age of 19, he's now 66.Kiii-TV would like to congratulate all of the firefighters and wish them and their families the best.More >>
  • Padre Island Schlitterbahn Now Accepting Job Applications

    Padre Island Schlitterbahn Now Accepting Job Applications

    It is another sign that the Schlitterbahn water park on Padre Island is getting closer to being finished. On Monday, they began accepting job applications for the park.They are looking for everything from lifeguards to greeters, restaurant staff and even people wanting hospitality type jobs. You can apply online by clicking here.More >>
    It is another sign that the Schlitterbahn water park on Padre Island is getting closer to being finished. On Monday, they began accepting job applications for the park.They are looking for everything from lifeguards to greeters, restaurant staff and even people wanting hospitality type jobs. You can apply online by clicking here.More >>
  • RTA Making Progress on Staples Street Center Construction

    RTA Making Progress on Staples Street Center Construction

    Monday was a pivotal point in the construction of the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority's future Staples Street Center as they began drilling concrete piers for the structure.Depths of the piers will range from 70 feet for exterior walls, to 35 feet for interior support, and six feet for the utility pad. Each pier is 18 inches in diameter. The RTA is proud of the fact that recycled materials are being used in the construction project.The budget for the project is $22.9 million,...More >>
    Monday was a pivotal point in the construction of the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority's future Staples Street Center as they began drilling concrete piers for the structure.Depths of the piers will range from 70 feet for exterior walls, to 35 feet for interior support, and six feet for the utility pad. Each pier is 18 inches in diameter. The RTA is proud of the fact that recycled materials are being used in the construction project.The budget for the project is $22.9 million,...More >>
  • Local USO Gathering at Freebirds to Help Those in Fort Hood

    Local USO Gathering at Freebirds to Help Those in Fort Hood

    The local chapter of the USO will be in front of the Freebirds in the 5400 block of SPID Monday handing out information and telling people how they can help the USO in Fort Hood.A table will be set up from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-7 p.m.More >>
    The local chapter of the USO will be in front of the Freebirds in the 5400 block of SPID Monday handing out information and telling people how they can help the USO in Fort Hood.A table will be set up from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-7 p.m.More >>
  • Someone to Know: Baker Middle School Sixth Grader John Chapa

    Someone to Know: Baker Middle School Sixth Grader John Chapa

    Most children his age enjoy receiving goodies during the Easter holiday, but Baker Middle School sixth grader John Chapa, would rather give back -- while dressed as a panda.John raised money from his allowance, birthdays and chores, to give out dozens of stuffed animals to deserving children at Gloria Hicks Elementary School before the Easter holiday, all while wearing a panda suit."He wanted to buy a mascot outfit because he wanted to help anonymously," said Vicky Chapa, John's mother. "He w...More >>
    Most children his age enjoy receiving goodies during the Easter holiday, but Baker Middle School sixth grader John Chapa, would rather give back -- while dressed as a panda.John raised money from his allowance, birthdays and chores, to give out dozens of stuffed animals to deserving children at Gloria Hicks Elementary School before the Easter holiday, all while wearing a panda suit."He wanted to buy a mascot outfit because he wanted to help anonymously," said Vicky Chapa, John's mother. "He w...More >>
  • City Announces Buccaneer Days Street Closures

    City Announces Buccaneer Days Street Closures

    The Corpus Christi Traffic Department says various street closures will be implemented for the Buccaneer Days festival and carnival.Traffic control set up started at 8 a.m. Monday, and will remain in effect until May 5. During that time, the following will be implemented:- Northbound Shoreline Boulevard will remain open to traffic.- The median between northbound and southbound Shoreline Boulevard, located between Park Avenue and Kinney Street, will be used as the carnival grounds.- Park Avenu...More >>
    The Corpus Christi Traffic Department says various street closures will be implemented for the Buccaneer Days festival and carnival.Traffic control set up started at 8 a.m. Monday, and will remain in effect until May 5. During that time, the following will be implemented:- Northbound Shoreline Boulevard will remain open to traffic.- The median between northbound and southbound Shoreline Boulevard, located between Park Avenue and Kinney Street, will be used as the carnival grounds.- Park Avenu...More >>
  • Buc Days Gospel Fest Raising Money for Music Scholarships

    Buc Days Gospel Fest Raising Money for Music Scholarships

    Buc Days not only raises scholarship money through its rodeo, parade and carnival, but the fairly new Buc Days Gospel Fest will also be giving back to the community.The free event will be held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church downtown. Musicians and groups will be coming from across Texas to play in the lineup, performing anything from southern gospel to contemporary Christian music."And not only music, but its going to be uplifting, and people are really going to be...More >>
    Buc Days not only raises scholarship money through its rodeo, parade and carnival, but the fairly new Buc Days Gospel Fest will also be giving back to the community.The free event will be held from noon-6 p.m. Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church downtown. Musicians and groups will be coming from across Texas to play in the lineup, performing anything from southern gospel to contemporary Christian music."And not only music, but its going to be uplifting, and people are really going to be...More >>
  • City Advising to Help Eliminate Mosquito Breeding Sites

    City Advising to Help Eliminate Mosquito Breeding Sites

    It's that time of the year again -- the City's Animal Care Services and Vector Control are preparing for mosquitoes to start breeding again, bringing with them the threat of West Nile virus.Mosquitoes only breed in standing water, so in order to keep the areas where people work and play safe, the City is asking that Coastal Bend residents be sure to drain all sources of standing water in and around your property. Also, be sure to keep insect repellents handy, and wear protective clothing when...More >>
    It's that time of the year again -- the City's Animal Care Services and Vector Control are preparing for mosquitoes to start breeding again, bringing with them the threat of West Nile virus.Mosquitoes only breed in standing water, so in order to keep the areas where people work and play safe, the City is asking that Coastal Bend residents be sure to drain all sources of standing water in and around your property. Also, be sure to keep insect repellents handy, and wear protective clothing when...More >>
  • Investigators Looking Into Cause of Overnight Warehouse Fire

    Investigators Looking Into Cause of Overnight Warehouse Fire

    The Corpus Christi Fire Department continues to investigate a commercial building fire that broke out just after 10 p.m. Sunday a the Jet Specialty warehouse on Leopard Street.Fire crews arrived at the scene to find flames and significant fire damage inside of the building. CCFD Captain James Brown said that, because of the structure's design, firefighters were forced to battle the fire from outside of the building."We have a metal building. That metal building will contain the heat," Brown s...More >>
    The Corpus Christi Fire Department continues to investigate a commercial building fire that broke out just after 10 p.m. Sunday a the Jet Specialty warehouse on Leopard Street.Fire crews arrived at the scene to find flames and significant fire damage inside of the building. CCFD Captain James Brown said that, because of the structure's design, firefighters were forced to battle the fire from outside of the building."We have a metal building. That metal building will contain the heat," Brown s...More >>
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  • Fourth Annual Coastal Bend Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

    Fourth Annual Coastal Bend Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

    Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday, so if you have any expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs, you can bring to our Kiii-TV studios for quick and safe disposal.The event is organized by the Drug Enforcement Administration and local police departments, and aims to prevent pill abuse by helping residents rid their homes of unwanted prescription drugs. Studies show that the majority of abused drugs are obtained from family and friends, including your medicine cabinet.There will be multiple d...More >>
    Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday, so if you have any expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs, you can bring to our Kiii-TV studios for quick and safe disposal.The event is organized by the Drug Enforcement Administration and local police departments, and aims to prevent pill abuse by helping residents rid their homes of unwanted prescription drugs. Studies show that the majority of abused drugs are obtained from family and friends, including your medicine cabinet.There will be multiple d...More >>
  • Special Report: The Buc Starts Here, Thursday at 10 p.m.

    Special Report: The Buc Starts Here, Thursday at 10 p.m.

    Considered one of the best festivals in all of Texas, it started out as just an old fashioned seaside celebration to signify the beginning of the summer season. It's grown over the years into an 11-day major tourist event.Takes a look back at why over a quarter of a million people each year celebrate our pirate beginnings in a 3News Special Report: The Buc Starts Here, Thursday at 10 p.m.More >>
    Considered one of the best festivals in all of Texas, it started out as just an old fashioned seaside celebration to signify the beginning of the summer season. It's grown over the years into an 11-day major tourist event.Takes a look back at why over a quarter of a million people each year celebrate our pirate beginnings in a 3News Special Report: The Buc Starts Here, Thursday at 10 p.m.More >>
  • First Shred Day of the Year Saturday at Kiii-TV Studios

    First Shred Day of the Year Saturday at Kiii-TV Studios

    In an effort to prevent identity theft, Kiii-TV has teamed up with the Better Business Bureau to host Shred Day, an on-site document destruction event, on Saturday, April 26.From 9 a.m.-noon, cars will be pulling up in front of the Kiii-TV studios, located at 5002 SPID, and unloading boxes and bags of documents that they want to dispose of safely. Participants can bring up to three bags or boxes of documents per car, which will be shredded on site.Guests can also bring old computers, electron...More >>
    In an effort to prevent identity theft, Kiii-TV has teamed up with the Better Business Bureau to host Shred Day, an on-site document destruction event, on Saturday, April 26.From 9 a.m.-noon, cars will be pulling up in front of the Kiii-TV studios, located at 5002 SPID, and unloading boxes and bags of documents that they want to dispose of safely. Participants can bring up to three bags or boxes of documents per car, which will be shredded on site.Guests can also bring old computers, electron...More >>
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