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Mathis Police Officer Accused of Indecency with a Child Arrested Tuesday

Mathis Police Officer Antonio Gutierrez, 50, was arrested by the Jim Wells County Sheriff's Department Tuesday after he was accused of indecency with a child, according to Sgt. Felix Saenz of the Sheriff's Department. More>>

Two Arrested for Threatening to Shoot a Man Outside a Downtown Bar

Two people were arrested and charged with aggravated assault just after 2:30 a.m. Wednesday for allegedly threatening to shoot a 33-year old male after he offered to tell them a funny joke for 25-cents. More>>

Man Arrested for Punching Woman in the Face After Argument

A 45-year old man was arrested Tuesday morning in the 500 block of South Water Street after he allegedly punched a woman in the face after an argument. More>>

Murder Trial of Chastity, Dennis Longbine Begins in 319th District Court

Opening arguments were presented Wednesday morning as the trial of 25-year old Chastity and 56-year old Dennis Longbine, a father and daughter accused of shooting and killing 30-year old Jesse Quintanilla to death back in May of 2012, began in the 319th District Court. More>>

Police Looking to Find Man Wanted for Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon

The Corpus Christi Police Department is looking for 30-year old Franklin Lee Vasquez. He is wanted on an arrest warrant for unlawful carrying of a weapon on alcohol premises. More>>

Get Your Dog Microchipped For Free at Canines & Cappuccinos Video included

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The Corpus Christi Animal Care Services has partnered with Cactus Vine to host a free microchipping and adoption event, More>>

Run for Blood Video included

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Lace up your kicks and save three lives during the annual Run for Blood event. More>>

911 Abuse Warning Video included

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They have one of the most stressful jobs out there - 911 Emergency Dispatchers. They deal with all kinds of life or death scenarios almost on a daily basis. They also deal with their fair share of false alarm calls or prank calls. In fact recently, one man was arrested for making over 400 calls to 911 in one day. More>>

Dash Cam Video Shows High Speed Chase Video included

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Corpus Christi Police on Tuesday released the dash cam video of the high speed chase between CCPD officers and a man wanted in a double shooting that left one person dead. More>>

Record Enrollment Year At TAMUCC Video included

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This year Texas AM Corpus Christi is welcoming over 11,000 students overall to the campus. That's an increase of over 5 percent in one year. More>>

City Proposes Utility Rate Increase Due in Part to Water Conservation Video included

You were asked by the City of Corpus Christi to conserve water because of shrinking lake levels, and now the City is proposing to raise utility bills by almost 19-percent. The reason? Because people have not been using as much water. More>>

  • Body Found in Leopard Street Alleyway Identified by Medical Examiner

    Body Found in Leopard Street Alleyway Identified by Medical Examiner

    The Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the man who was found dead behind a convenience store in the 1600 block of Leopard Street Saturday as 59-year old Orville Rice, a man listed as homeless.More >>
    The Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the man who was found dead behind a convenience store in the 1600 block of Leopard Street Saturday as 59-year old Orville Rice, a man listed as homeless.More >>
  • Israel-Gaza Truce Reached, this Time with No Expiration Date

    Israel-Gaza Truce Reached, this Time with No Expiration Date

    (CNN) - After more than seven weeks of heavy fighting, Israel and Hamas announced a ceasefire Tuesday. And unlike the other ceasefires announced in recent weeks, this one has no expiration date.More >>
    (CNN) - After more than seven weeks of heavy fighting, Israel and Hamas announced a ceasefire Tuesday. And unlike the other ceasefires announced in recent weeks, this one has no expiration date.More >>
  • Pastor Loses 160 Pounds, Encourages Others to Get Fit

    Pastor Loses 160 Pounds, Encourages Others to Get Fit

    A local priest from St. Paul's Church lost over 160 pounds and now, he is encouraging others to get fit.More >>
    A local priest from St. Paul's Church lost over 160 pounds and now, he is encouraging others to get fit.More >>
  • Education Foundation Helps Students in CCISD Classrooms

    Education Foundation Helps Students in CCISD Classrooms

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:10 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:10:05 GMT
    The Corpus Christi Education Foundation helps fund local classrooms to ensure students have the proper tools and programs to excel.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Education Foundation helps fund local classrooms to ensure students have the proper tools and programs to excel.More >>
  • FUBU Millionaire Speaking at Island University

    FUBU Millionaire Speaking at Island University

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 9:25 AM EDT2014-08-26 13:25:00 GMT
    Daymond John, creator of FUBU clothing line, is coming to the Island University for their distinguished speaker series.More >>
    Daymond John, creator of FUBU clothing line, is coming to the Island University for their distinguished speaker series.More >>
  • Friends Rallying Behind Young Woman Injured In Boating Accident

    Friends Rallying Behind Young Woman Injured In Boating Accident

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 12:29 AM EDT2014-08-26 04:29:12 GMT
    A young woman who was involved in a weekend boating accident is now recovering in the hospital. The accident happened at around 8 p.m. Sunday near Mile Marker 37 at the Intercoastal Waterway.According to Texas Parks and Wildlife, the boat was leaving the ski basin and was in the Intercoastal Waterway, headed back to a boat ramp at Mile Marker 37. That's when 24-year old Rebecca Chambers fell off the front of the boat and was run over by it.Investigators said that passengers on the boat immedi...More >>
    A young woman who was involved in a weekend boating accident is now recovering in the hospital. The accident happened at around 8 p.m. Sunday near Mile Marker 37 at the Intercoastal Waterway.According to Texas Parks and Wildlife, the boat was leaving the ski basin and was in the Intercoastal Waterway, headed back to a boat ramp at Mile Marker 37. That's when 24-year old Rebecca Chambers fell off the front of the boat and was run over by it.Investigators said that passengers on the boat immedi...More >>
  • Major Marijuana Bust In San Diego

    Major Marijuana Bust In San Diego

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 12:24 AM EDT2014-08-26 04:24:39 GMT
    A routine traffic stop in the San Diego area leads to nearly 500 pounds of Marijuana being confiscated.More >>
    A routine traffic stop in the San Diego area leads to nearly 500 pounds of Marijuana being confiscated.More >>
  • DPS Unveils New Crime Fighting App

    DPS Unveils New Crime Fighting App

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-08-26 04:19:38 GMT
    The Texas Department of Public Safety launched its new mobile app on Monday, which is designed to give Texans instant access to the state's Sex Offender Registry, Texas 10 Most Wanted program and other valuable resources. The app is free to download, and is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets.To download from the Apple Store click here. To download from the Google Play Store click here.More >>
    The Texas Department of Public Safety launched its new mobile app on Monday, which is designed to give Texans instant access to the state's Sex Offender Registry, Texas 10 Most Wanted program and other valuable resources. The app is free to download, and is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets.To download from the Apple Store click here. To download from the Google Play Store click here.More >>
  • Fall Semester Begins for Del Mar College, TAMUK

    Fall Semester Begins for Del Mar College, TAMUK

    Corpus Christi Independent School District students weren't the only ones back in the classroom on Monday. Some area colleges had their first day of class as well.More >>
    Corpus Christi Independent School District students weren't the only ones back in the classroom on Monday. Some area colleges had their first day of class as well.More >>
  • Brooks County Officials say Financial House Back in Order

    Brooks County Officials say Financial House Back in Order

    After months of struggling with money issues, Brooks County officials said Monday that they have gotten their financial house in order and things are looking up.More >>
    After months of struggling with money issues, Brooks County officials said Monday that they have gotten their financial house in order and things are looking up.More >>
  • First CCISD Board Meeting of the Year for New Superintendent

    First CCISD Board Meeting of the Year for New Superintendent

    There was a fresh face in the board room at the Corpus Christi Independent School District headquarters Monday as Dr. Roland Hernandez began the start of the school year as the district's new superintendent.More >>
    There was a fresh face in the board room at the Corpus Christi Independent School District headquarters Monday as Dr. Roland Hernandez began the start of the school year as the district's new superintendent.More >>
  • Alice Woman Allegedly Runs Over Ex-Boyfriend

    Alice Woman Allegedly Runs Over Ex-Boyfriend

    An Alice woman is accused of running over her ex-boyfriend with her car Friday night in the 1900 block of East Main Street.More >>
    An Alice woman is accused of running over her ex-boyfriend with her car Friday night in the 1900 block of East Main Street.More >>
  • Woman Recovering in ICU After Sunday Evening Boating Accident

    Woman Recovering in ICU After Sunday Evening Boating Accident

    A young woman who was involved in a weekend boating accident is now recovering in the hospital. The accident happened at around 8 p.m. Sunday near Mile Marker 37 at the Intercoastal Waterway.More >>
    A young woman who was involved in a weekend boating accident is now recovering in the hospital. The accident happened at around 8 p.m. Sunday near Mile Marker 37 at the Intercoastal Waterway.More >>
  • Historic Growth Causes Growing Pains for Port of Corpus Christi

    Historic Growth Causes Growing Pains for Port of Corpus Christi

    In the span of two years, the Port of Corpus Christi has experienced such historic growth that it has become the fourth busiest port in the nation; but with such success comes growing pains.More >>
    In the span of two years, the Port of Corpus Christi has experienced such historic growth that it has become the fourth busiest port in the nation; but with such success comes growing pains.More >>
  • Someone to Know: The T.U.F.F. Truck Club

    Someone to Know: The T.U.F.F. Truck Club

    In this segment of Someone to Know, Kiii News Anchor John-Thomas Kobos introduces us to a truck club that uses their image to help families in need.More >>
    In this segment of Someone to Know, Kiii News Anchor John-Thomas Kobos introduces us to a truck club that uses their image to help families in need.More >>
  • Nutritional Changes Kick In this Year on CCISD Campuses

    Nutritional Changes Kick In this Year on CCISD Campuses

    The Corpus Christi Independent School District will be serving more than 39,000 meals on the first day of school Monday; however, there are some major nutritional changes taking place this year. Especially in regards to what snacks are available for students.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Independent School District will be serving more than 39,000 meals on the first day of school Monday; however, there are some major nutritional changes taking place this year. Especially in regards to what snacks are available for students.More >>
  • First Day of School for Corpus Christi Independent School District

    First Day of School for Corpus Christi Independent School District

    Monday is the first day of school for students in the Corpus Christi Independent School District, meaning heavy traffic and big crowds of parents dropping off their young ones at school.More >>
    Monday is the first day of school for students in the Corpus Christi Independent School District, meaning heavy traffic and big crowds of parents dropping off their young ones at school.More >>
  • Woman Arrested for DWI After Causing Collision, Car Fire

    Woman Arrested for DWI After Causing Collision, Car Fire

    One woman is facing serious charges after police say she caused a collision that started a vehicle fire just before 2:45 a.m. Monday on Weber and SPID.More >>
    One woman is facing serious charges after police say she caused a collision that started a vehicle fire just before 2:45 a.m. Monday on Weber and SPID.More >>
  • Jury Selection Scheduled in Trial of Father, Daughter Accused of Murder

    Jury Selection Scheduled in Trial of Father, Daughter Accused of Murder

    Preparations are underway at the Nueces County Courthouse for a long awaited murder trial involving a father and daughter, both charged with murder.More >>
    Preparations are underway at the Nueces County Courthouse for a long awaited murder trial involving a father and daughter, both charged with murder.More >>
  • Victim in Friday Night Double Shooting Identified by Medical Examiner

    Victim in Friday Night Double Shooting Identified by Medical Examiner

    The victim in a double shooting that happened Friday night on the 2900 block of Easley Street has been identified as 26-year old Mario Colchado Garcia, according to the Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office.More >>
    The victim in a double shooting that happened Friday night on the 2900 block of Easley Street has been identified as 26-year old Mario Colchado Garcia, according to the Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office.More >>
  • Animal Care Services Kill List Prompts Protest at Holly Road Facility

    Animal Care Services Kill List Prompts Protest at Holly Road Facility

    A list of dogs and cats set to be euthanized by the City's Animal Care Services prompted a protest Monday morning outside the facility on Holly Road.More >>
    A list of dogs and cats set to be euthanized by the City's Animal Care Services prompted a protest Monday morning outside the facility on Holly Road.More >>
  • Hospital: More Than 200 Treated Since Napa Earthquake

    Hospital: More Than 200 Treated Since Napa Earthquake

    (CNN) - In the heart of Northern California's wine country, piles of stemware lay shattered on the ground.More >>
    (CNN) - In the heart of Northern California's wine country, piles of stemware lay shattered on the ground.More >>
  • Victim in Fatal Pedestrian Accident on NPID Identified

    Victim in Fatal Pedestrian Accident on NPID Identified

    The man who was killed in a pedestrian accident along the 200 block of NPID near the Agnes Street exit Friday evening has been identified by the Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office as 25-year old Joshua Fretz.More >>
    The man who was killed in a pedestrian accident along the 200 block of NPID near the Agnes Street exit Friday evening has been identified by the Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office as 25-year old Joshua Fretz.More >>
  • CCISD Prepares To Feed Thousands Of Students

    CCISD Prepares To Feed Thousands Of Students

    Monday, August 25 2014 12:52 PM EDT2014-08-25 16:52:43 GMT
    CCISD starts school today, which means the district will need to feed more than 39,000 students.More >>
    CCISD starts school today, which means the district will need to feed more than 39,000 students.More >>
  • Child Locks Self in SUV at Local Car Dealership

    Child Locks Self in SUV at Local Car Dealership

    A family had quite a scare Sunday afternoon when their child locked herself in a sport utility vehicle at the Sames Ford dealership at Ayers Street and Crosstown.More >>
    A family had quite a scare Sunday afternoon when their child locked herself in a sport utility vehicle at the Sames Ford dealership at Ayers Street and Crosstown.More >>
  • All Clear at Army's Fort Lee After 'Active Shooter Incident'

    All Clear at Army's Fort Lee After 'Active Shooter Incident'

    (CNN) - A female soldier with a gun who caused a lockdown on Monday at Fort Lee in Virginia shot and wounded herself, the Army installation said in a statement after the all-clear was given.More >>
    (CNN) - A female soldier with a gun who caused a lockdown on Monday at Fort Lee in Virginia shot and wounded herself, the Army installation said in a statement after the all-clear was given.More >>
  • Niacin and Triglyceride Levels

    Niacin and Triglyceride Levels

    Monday, August 25 2014 9:37 AM EDT2014-08-25 13:37:48 GMT
    Dr. Gregg Silverman discusses niacin levels and triglycerides.More >>
    Dr. Gregg Silverman discusses niacin levels and triglycerides.More >>
  • Need for More Local Growers in South Texas

    Need for More Local Growers in South Texas

    Monday, August 25 2014 9:28 AM EDT2014-08-25 13:28:52 GMT
    There are not enough local growers in the Coastal Bend according to the executive director of Grow Local.More >>
    There are not enough local growers in the Coastal Bend according to the executive director of Grow Local.More >>
  • Car Catches Fire After Head-On Collision

    Car Catches Fire After Head-On Collision

    Monday, August 25 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-08-25 13:17:11 GMT
    Police say a woman in her 20's was driving westbound on the access road, ran a red light then slammed head-on into a black car.More >>
    Police say a woman in her 20's was driving westbound on the access road, ran a red light then slammed head-on into a black car. More >>
  • Military Matters: Marines Renovate Building for the Marine Aviation Training Support Group

    Military Matters: Marines Renovate Building for the Marine Aviation Training Support Group

    Up until about 18-months ago, Marines at the Marine Aviation Training Support Group, or MATSG, had to go to the top floor of the USO building. That is when they inherited their own two-story building across the street, but it was in bad shape. In this week's Military Matters, Jane Monreal shows us how the group was able to turn a dilapidated structure into a space they are proud of. Contractors say renovation on an abandoned building like this one should have taken at least one year at a cos...More >>
    Up until about 18-months ago, Marines at the Marine Aviation Training Support Group, or MATSG, had to go to the top floor of the USO building. That is when they inherited their own two-story building across the street, but it was in bad shape. In this week's Military Matters, Jane Monreal shows us how the group was able to turn a dilapidated structure into a space they are proud of. Contractors say renovation on an abandoned building like this one should have taken at least one year at a cos...More >>
  • Fundraiser Held for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program

    Fundraiser Held for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program

    It was packed house today at the Saratoga Bowling Alley, all to help raise money for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. The Big Brothers Big Sisters Program helps at risk kids get matched up with a positive role model in the community. The mentor then visits with the child at least once a month and helps give a good example to the children. At Sunday's fundraiser, different organizations got a chance to bowl and learn about the program. They even got a chance to meet up with a few matches...More >>
    It was packed house today at the Saratoga Bowling Alley, all to help raise money for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. The Big Brothers Big Sisters Program helps at risk kids get matched up with a positive role model in the community. The mentor then visits with the child at least once a month and helps give a good example to the children. At Sunday's fundraiser, different organizations got a chance to bowl and learn about the program. They even got a chance to meet up with a few matches...More >>
  • A Police Chief Shot and Killed Outside of San Antonio was also a Former CCPD Officer

    A Police Chief Shot and Killed Outside of San Antonio was also a Former CCPD Officer

    A former member of the Corpus Christi Police Department was shot and killed in the line of duty near San Antonio. Investigators say Michael Pimentel who was currently the Police Chief in Elmendorf was shot several times while making a traffic stop Saturday afternoon in the small town just outside of the San Antonio area. Pimentel who served on the Corpus Christi Police Department for several years, was pronounced dead just a few hours following the shooting. The suspect has been identified a...More >>
    A former member of the Corpus Christi Police Department was shot and killed in the line of duty near San Antonio. Investigators say Michael Pimentel who was currently the Police Chief in Elmendorf was shot several times while making a traffic stop Saturday afternoon in the small town just outside of the San Antonio area. Pimentel who served on the Corpus Christi Police Department for several years, was pronounced dead just a few hours following the shooting. The suspect has been identified a...More >>
  • Woman Held on $50,000 Bond For Allegedly Kidnapping and Torturing Neighbor

    Woman Held on $50,000 Bond For Allegedly Kidnapping and Torturing Neighbor

    A woman is allegedly held against her will and tortured, police say at the hands of her neighbor. 26 year old Ashley Rodriguez is being charged with aggravated kidnapping. It was Saturday afternoon when officers got a call from a concerned neighbor who said they had heard a woman's voice screaming for help. All of this happening at an apartment complex on the 3200 block of Reid, off Alameda. When police got to the apartment where the screams were coming from, Rodriguez answered the door and...More >>
    A woman is allegedly held against her will and tortured, police say at the hands of her neighbor. 26 year old Ashley Rodriguez is being charged with aggravated kidnapping. It was Saturday afternoon when officers got a call from a concerned neighbor who said they had heard a woman's voice screaming for help. All of this happening at an apartment complex on the 3200 block of Reid, off Alameda. When police got to the apartment where the screams were coming from, Rodriguez answered the door and...More >>
  • Schlitterbahn Opens Latest Attractions to Members

    Schlitterbahn Opens Latest Attractions to Members

    It was a perfect day to spend in the water and what better place to do that then the new Schlitterbahn on Padre Island! Today, Schlitterbahn opened up their "Crystal River" along with some new games and even gave people a tour of their new restaurant, called the Veranda! Colette Rye, the Marketing Director of the water park said, "we're excited to open our river system to our members and give them a sneak peek at the next section of our water park and check out the restaurant as well." They ...More >>
    It was a perfect day to spend in the water and what better place to do that then the new Schlitterbahn on Padre Island! Today, Schlitterbahn opened up their "Crystal River" along with some new games and even gave people a tour of their new restaurant, called the Veranda! Colette Rye, the Marketing Director of the water park said, "we're excited to open our river system to our members and give them a sneak peek at the next section of our water park and check out the restaurant as well." They ...More >>
  • School Zones Back in Effect Beginning Monday

    School Zones Back in Effect Beginning Monday

    With the first day of school, of course comes school zones! CCISD Police Chief Kirby Warnke said, "lets make sure we are slowing down on school zones and not using our phones. And take a little bit of time and make sure that when you get into the school zone don't be upset if you are not going as fast as you like." So remember, if you see those flashing yellow lights, slow down and remember cell phone use is prohibited. If you're caught speeding or using your cell phone, it could earn you a...More >>
    With the first day of school, of course comes school zones! CCISD Police Chief Kirby Warnke said, "lets make sure we are slowing down on school zones and not using our phones. And take a little bit of time and make sure that when you get into the school zone don't be upset if you are not going as fast as you like." So remember, if you see those flashing yellow lights, slow down and remember cell phone use is prohibited. If you're caught speeding or using your cell phone, it could earn you a...More >>
  • 2nd Annual Texas Jazz Fest Scholarship Pageant

    2nd Annual Texas Jazz Fest Scholarship Pageant

    Sunday, August 24 2014 6:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 22:00:19 GMT
    It's a South Texas tradition, the 54th Annual Texas Jazz Festival which is coming up in October.To kick off the event, the Texas Jazz Festival Society held a Jazz Fest Scholarship Pageant. The pageant was at the Holiday Inn Marina. The goal is to give away scholarships to the pageant queen and the runners up. Our very own Katia Uriarte was the emcee.More >>
    It's a South Texas tradition, the 54th Annual Texas Jazz Festival which is coming up in October.To kick off the event, the Texas Jazz Festival Society held a Jazz Fest Scholarship Pageant. The pageant was at the Holiday Inn Marina. The goal is to give away scholarships to the pageant queen and the runners up. Our very own Katia Uriarte was the emcee.More >>
  • CC7D: And the Winners are...

    CC7D: And the Winners are...

    CC7D Winners: Taking third place was the film 'After Everything' by team Fox Tail. Second Place went to the film "Going Somewhere" by C4 Digital. The grand jury winner was "A Life Lost" by Sleight Films. Film buffs, critics and movie makers were all in one room on Saturday for the 8th annual CC7D screening and awards which is now underway. All day long, over at the Harbor Playhouse, the screening party for all the films that made it into the CC7D film project were being shown. Of the 49 tea...More >>
    CC7D Winners: Taking third place was the film 'After Everything' by team Fox Tail. Second Place went to the film "Going Somewhere" by C4 Digital. The grand jury winner was "A Life Lost" by Sleight Films. Film buffs, critics and movie makers were all in one room on Saturday for the 8th annual CC7D screening and awards which is now underway. All day long, over at the Harbor Playhouse, the screening party for all the films that made it into the CC7D film project were being shown. Of the 49 tea...More >>
  • 'Aggressive' Chinese fighter jet flies dangerously close to U.S. Navy plane

    'Aggressive' Chinese fighter jet flies dangerously close to U.S. Navy plane

    Sunday, August 24 2014 5:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 21:00:23 GMT
    (CNN) -- A Chinese fighter jet made several "dangerous" and "unprofessional" passes at a U.S. Navy plane this week -- coming as close as 20 feet at one point -- in what the White House called a "deeply concerning provocation."The incident occurred Tuesday in international air space in the South China Sea about 135 miles east of the Chinese island of Hainan, the Pentagon said on Friday.Rear. Adm. John Kirby, the Defense Department spokesman, described a flamboyant approach by what he called an...More >>
    (CNN) -- A Chinese fighter jet made several "dangerous" and "unprofessional" passes at a U.S. Navy plane this week -- coming as close as 20 feet at one point -- in what the White House called a "deeply concerning provocation."The incident occurred Tuesday in international air space in the South China Sea about 135 miles east of the Chinese island of Hainan, the Pentagon said on Friday.Rear. Adm. John Kirby, the Defense Department spokesman, described a flamboyant approach by what he called an...More >>
  • Back to School Immunizations

    Back to School Immunizations

    Sunday, August 24 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 20:00:16 GMT
    The first day of school for most kids in the area is right around the corner. The Health Department held their annual, Back to school Clinic giving parents the last opportunity to update children's vaccines.Class for most school districts in the area begins this Monday, August 25th.The Health Department is closed on Sundays so again, if your child isn't up-to-date with their vaccinations. They won't be able to attend class on Monday.For more information on the Health Department's Schedule, yo...More >>
    The first day of school for most kids in the area is right around the corner. The Health Department held their annual, Back to school Clinic giving parents the last opportunity to update children's vaccines.Class for most school districts in the area begins this Monday, August 25th.The Health Department is closed on Sundays so again, if your child isn't up-to-date with their vaccinations. They won't be able to attend class on Monday.For more information on the Health Department's Schedule, yo...More >>
  • Chris Brown's VMA party turns violent; gunshots wound 3

    Chris Brown's VMA party turns violent; gunshots wound 3

    Sunday, August 24 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 19:00:20 GMT
    LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- Gunshots inside a celebrity-filled Sunset Strip party hosted by Chris Brown wounded three people early Sunday, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman said.All three victims, two men and a woman, are expected to recover from their gunshot wounds, Deputy Jeff Gordon told CNN.The shooting happened inside the 1 Oak club on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood at 1:30 a.m., Gordon said.Brown posted a tweet after the incident: "It's disappointing that we as a society...More >>
    LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- Gunshots inside a celebrity-filled Sunset Strip party hosted by Chris Brown wounded three people early Sunday, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman said.All three victims, two men and a woman, are expected to recover from their gunshot wounds, Deputy Jeff Gordon told CNN.The shooting happened inside the 1 Oak club on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood at 1:30 a.m., Gordon said.Brown posted a tweet after the incident: "It's disappointing that we as a society...More >>
  • Roll Over Accident on SPID

    Roll Over Accident on SPID

    Sunday, August 24 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 18:00:10 GMT
    Four people are taken to the hospital including 2 children after a major vehicle accident on Padre Island. The accident happened just before 1:30 Saturday along the 14000 block of SPID, that's near Aquarius Street.Police say that SUV was making a U-turn and may not have seen the van coming and that's when the accident happened causing the van to rollover and trapping 4 people inside. Police were able to get everyone out but did take the 2 children, and 2 adults to the hospital to be checked o...More >>
    Four people are taken to the hospital including 2 children after a major vehicle accident on Padre Island. The accident happened just before 1:30 Saturday along the 14000 block of SPID, that's near Aquarius Street.Police say that SUV was making a U-turn and may not have seen the van coming and that's when the accident happened causing the van to rollover and trapping 4 people inside. Police were able to get everyone out but did take the 2 children, and 2 adults to the hospital to be checked o...More >>
  • Dozens injured, child critically, after strong earthquake in California

    Dozens injured, child critically, after strong earthquake in California

    Sunday, August 24 2014 1:00 PM EDT2014-08-24 17:00:12 GMT
    (CNN) -- A 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Northern California early Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.Eighty-seven patients have been treated or are being treated at Queen of the Valley Hospital following the early morning earthquake, according to the city of Napa. "There are three major injury cases," the city said on its website.One "young child," a girl, is in critical condition, Napa Division Fire Chief John Callanan said at a news conference. She was hurt when a fireplace collapse...More >>
    (CNN) -- A 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Northern California early Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.Eighty-seven patients have been treated or are being treated at Queen of the Valley Hospital following the early morning earthquake, according to the city of Napa. "There are three major injury cases," the city said on its website.One "young child," a girl, is in critical condition, Napa Division Fire Chief John Callanan said at a news conference. She was hurt when a fireplace collapse...More >>
  • Man Walks Into Hospital After Southside Stabbing

    Man Walks Into Hospital After Southside Stabbing

    Police showed up to a party in the 400 block of Montclair on Sunday morning and eventually discovered where a man had been stabbed. That victim had walked into a hospital minutes earlier.More >>
    Police showed up to a party in the 400 block of Montclair on Sunday morning and eventually discovered where a man had been stabbed. That victim had walked into a hospital minutes earlier.More >>
  • Surfing Flavored Events To End Summer

    Surfing Flavored Events To End Summer

    The Bay Jammin Concert and Cinema Series comes to an end next weekend as surfing will be the theme on both nights. Sunday morning, J.J. Nelson joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about this farewell to summer.More >>
    The Bay Jammin Concert and Cinema Series comes to an end next weekend as surfing will be the theme on both nights. Sunday morning, J.J. Nelson joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about this farewell to summer.More >>
  • Surviving 7th Grade

    Surviving 7th Grade

    School starts on Monday and that's also the beginning of a troubling time for student's entering 7th grade. Raging hormones and a desire for independence help fuel problems for those kids, their parents and teachers. Sunday morning, Dana Garza, an Assistant Principal at Baker Middle School joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to offer some advice on how to head off those 7th grade blues.More >>
    School starts on Monday and that's also the beginning of a troubling time for student's entering 7th grade. Raging hormones and a desire for independence help fuel problems for those kids, their parents and teachers. Sunday morning, Dana Garza, an Assistant Principal at Baker Middle School joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to offer some advice on how to head off those 7th grade blues.More >>
  • Male Breast Enlargement And What You Can Do About It

    Male Breast Enlargement And What You Can Do About It

    The Doctor Is In segment on Sunday morning focused on male breast enlargement. Dr. Vijay spoke about the condition and what can be done about it.More >>
    The Doctor Is In segment on Sunday morning focused on male breast enlargement. Dr. Vijay spoke about the condition and what can be done about it.More >>
  • Paws For Pets Featuring Two Cats Needing the Purrfect Home

    Paws For Pets Featuring Two Cats Needing the Purrfect Home

    Sunday, August 24 2014 9:52 AM EDT2014-08-24 13:52:58 GMT
    Our Paws for Pets segment on Sunday morning featured two cats who are hoping you will take them home with you.More >>
    Our Paws for Pets segment on Sunday morning featured two cats who are hoping you will take them home with you.More >>
  • Oksana's Island Kitchen Seafood Salad

    Oksana's Island Kitchen Seafood Salad

    A cool seafood salad can go a long way in helping you deal with the South Texas heat. Oksana's Island Kitchen has a quick and easy recipe for you to try.More >>
    A cool seafood salad can go a long way in helping you deal with the South Texas heat. Oksana's Island Kitchen has a quick and easy recipe for you to try.More >>
  • Suspect in Double Shooting Caught After Calling 911

    Suspect in Double Shooting Caught After Calling 911

    The man wanted for shooting his wife and leaving another man dead last night has been caught. 26 year old Jesus Ruben Garcia who police say is accused of shooting both victims and then fled the scene. The shooting happened on the 2900 block Easley Street Friday night. When officers arrived they found the suspect driving off, that's when a high speed chase ensued. At one point speeds reached over 100 miles an hour. The suspect pulled over just south of the Sarita check point and fled on foot...More >>
    The man wanted for shooting his wife and leaving another man dead last night has been caught. 26 year old Jesus Ruben Garcia who police say is accused of shooting both victims and then fled the scene. The shooting happened on the 2900 block Easley Street Friday night. When officers arrived they found the suspect driving off, that's when a high speed chase ensued. At one point speeds reached over 100 miles an hour. The suspect pulled over just south of the Sarita check point and fled on foot...More >>
  • Police say a Corpus Christi Woman was Held Captive and Tortured by her Neighbor

    Police say a Corpus Christi Woman was Held Captive and Tortured by her Neighbor

    It's a scary situation that almost seems unreal. A woman is allegedly held against her will and tortured, police say at the hands of her neighbor. The woman was discovered an apartment complex on the 3200 block of Reid, off Alameda. Police say they got a call from a person who said they had heard a woman's voice, screaming "help". When police got to the apartment where the screams were coming from, a 26 year old woman answered the door and told police everything was okay, but that's when the...More >>
    It's a scary situation that almost seems unreal. A woman is allegedly held against her will and tortured, police say at the hands of her neighbor. The woman was discovered an apartment complex on the 3200 block of Reid, off Alameda. Police say they got a call from a person who said they had heard a woman's voice, screaming "help". When police got to the apartment where the screams were coming from, a 26 year old woman answered the door and told police everything was okay, but that's when the...More >>
  • Man Found Dead in Back Alley near Leopard and Crosstown

    Man Found Dead in Back Alley near Leopard and Crosstown

    CCPD is investigating a man who was found dead in a back alley on the 1600 block of Leopard near Crosstown on Saturday afternoon. Police say there are no obvious signs of foul play involved at this point. Police say the man did not have any ID on him. Officers say the man was wearing medical scrubs. We'll keep you posted.More >>
    CCPD is investigating a man who was found dead in a back alley on the 1600 block of Leopard near Crosstown on Saturday afternoon. Police say there are no obvious signs of foul play involved at this point. Police say the man did not have any ID on him. Officers say the man was wearing medical scrubs. We'll keep you posted.More >>
  • CC7D: Local Talent takes the Spotlight on the Big Screen

    CC7D: Local Talent takes the Spotlight on the Big Screen

    Film buffs, critics and movie makers were all in one room on Saturday for the 8th annual CC7D screening and awards which is now underway. All day long, over at the Harbor Playhouse, the screening party for all the films that made it into the CC7D film project were being shown. Of the 49 teams that took up the CC7D challenge, 39 successfully crossed the finish line with their films! The films have now been qualified and 36 films will be screened throughout the day, leading up to the awards.More >>
    Film buffs, critics and movie makers were all in one room on Saturday for the 8th annual CC7D screening and awards which is now underway. All day long, over at the Harbor Playhouse, the screening party for all the films that made it into the CC7D film project were being shown. Of the 49 teams that took up the CC7D challenge, 39 successfully crossed the finish line with their films! The films have now been qualified and 36 films will be screened throughout the day, leading up to the awards.More >>
  • Motorcyclist go "All In" for the Rock and Ride Poker Run

    Motorcyclist go "All In" for the Rock and Ride Poker Run

    Hundreds of motorcyclists across the Coastal Bend were hoping to be dealt a winning hand today. It was a full house at Brewster Street Ice House which was the last stop in the Rock and Ride Poker Run. The run serves as a fundraiser to help our nation's military. 100 percent of all of the money from the entry fees will go to the USO, an organization that helps support our men and woman overseas and here at home in South Texas. It's a worthy organization, these riders didn't mind going "all in...More >>
    Hundreds of motorcyclists across the Coastal Bend were hoping to be dealt a winning hand today. It was a full house at Brewster Street Ice House which was the last stop in the Rock and Ride Poker Run. The run serves as a fundraiser to help our nation's military. 100 percent of all of the money from the entry fees will go to the USO, an organization that helps support our men and woman overseas and here at home in South Texas. It's a worthy organization, these riders didn't mind going "all in...More >>
  • Man Dies Following Shooting on Easley St, Search Continues for Suspect

    Man Dies Following Shooting on Easley St, Search Continues for Suspect

    We have an update from Friday nights shooting that happened at Easley St. and Carver Dr. According to CCPD the male victim from last nights shooting died due to his injuries today. The suspect 26- year-old Jesus Ruben Balli Garcia is still on the loose and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. More details tonight on 3 News at 6.More >>
    We have an update from Friday nights shooting that happened at Easley St. and Carver Dr. According to CCPD the male victim from last nights shooting died due to his injuries today. The suspect 26- year-old Jesus Ruben Balli Garcia is still on the loose and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. More details tonight on 3 News at 6.More >>
  • Residents of San Diego Come Together To Support a Young Man Battling Cancer

    Residents of San Diego Come Together To Support a Young Man Battling Cancer

    Saturday, August 23 2014 8:06 PM EDT2014-08-24 00:06:02 GMT
     The town of San Diego came together this morning for a 5k Race. The race was held to help the fight of a young man who is battling brain cancer. Robert Saenz has been fighting cancer for over 2 years. Members of the community are known to dress in Superman shirts every time he goes to the doctor.  They do this as a way to show their support for him.More >>
     The town of San Diego came together this morning for a 5k Race. The race was held to help the fight of a young man who is battling brain cancer. Robert Saenz has been fighting cancer for over 2 years. Members of the community are known to dress in Superman shirts every time he goes to the doctor.  They do this as a way to show their support for him.
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  • CCPD Island Bash

    CCPD Island Bash

    The Corpus Christi Police Department hosted the CCPD Island Bash event Saturday, August 23rd at the Packery Channel Boat Ramp, This is the first year CCPD had an Island Police Substation manned on a daily basis to assist tourists and the community with any police related issues.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Police Department hosted the CCPD Island Bash event Saturday, August 23rd at the Packery Channel Boat Ramp, This is the first year CCPD had an Island Police Substation manned on a daily basis to assist tourists and the community with any police related issues.
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  • U.N.: 'Unspeakable' suffering in Iraq town besieged by ISIS fighters

    U.N.: 'Unspeakable' suffering in Iraq town besieged by ISIS fighters

    Saturday, August 23 2014 5:00 PM EDT2014-08-23 21:00:09 GMT
    BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- As violence continues to wrack Iraq, the United Nations warned Saturday of another ethnic slaughter in the making by Sunni extremists from ISIS.ISIS fighters have besieged the ethnic Turkmen Shiite town of Amerli in the north for two months, and its 20,000 or so residents are without power and running out of food, water and medical supplies."The situation of the people in Amerli is desperate and demands immediate action to prevent the possible massacre of its citizens,"...More >>
    BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- As violence continues to wrack Iraq, the United Nations warned Saturday of another ethnic slaughter in the making by Sunni extremists from ISIS.ISIS fighters have besieged the ethnic Turkmen Shiite town of Amerli in the north for two months, and its 20,000 or so residents are without power and running out of food, water and medical supplies."The situation of the people in Amerli is desperate and demands immediate action to prevent the possible massacre of its citizens,"...More >>
  • Major Accident on I-37 Near Three Rivers

    Major Accident on I-37 Near Three Rivers

    Saturday, August 23 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-08-23 20:00:13 GMT
    Amajor accident near Three Rivers is causing some traffic delays on I-37. AirLIFE out of San Antonio was called out to the accident. More details tonight on 3News.More >>
    Amajor accident near Three Rivers is causing some traffic delays on I-37. AirLIFE out of San Antonio was called out to the accident. More details tonight on 3News.More >>
  • In New Hampshire, Rick Perry says he's getting prepared

    In New Hampshire, Rick Perry says he's getting prepared

    Saturday, August 23 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-08-23 19:00:22 GMT
    (CNN) -- Returning to New Hampshire for the first time since his failed 2012 presidential campaign, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Friday he has learned "some really, really good humbling lessons."Perhaps the biggest among them, he said, was preparation."I don't care how good you might think you might be, that you've been elected governor of Texas three times...It is not good enough from the standpoint of the preparation to run for the presidency of the United States," he told reporters at an eve...More >>
    (CNN) -- Returning to New Hampshire for the first time since his failed 2012 presidential campaign, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Friday he has learned "some really, really good humbling lessons."Perhaps the biggest among them, he said, was preparation."I don't care how good you might think you might be, that you've been elected governor of Texas three times...It is not good enough from the standpoint of the preparation to run for the presidency of the United States," he told reporters at an eve...More >>
  • Man dies after being hit by two cars on NPID

    Man dies after being hit by two cars on NPID

    Saturday, August 23 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-08-23 18:00:14 GMT
    A man is died after being hit by two vehicles while walking along the 200 block of NPID near the Agnes Street Exit.Police got the call around 8:50 Friday evening by drivers that say the man was walking along the highway and was staggering. Minutes later the two cars ran him over and the drivers stopped to help but he was dead. No tickets were handed out over this accident.More >>
    A man is died after being hit by two vehicles while walking along the 200 block of NPID near the Agnes Street Exit.Police got the call around 8:50 Friday evening by drivers that say the man was walking along the highway and was staggering. Minutes later the two cars ran him over and the drivers stopped to help but he was dead. No tickets were handed out over this accident.More >>
  • 3 African-Americans on 12-person grand jury weighing Ferguson shooting case

    3 African-Americans on 12-person grand jury weighing Ferguson shooting case

    Saturday, August 23 2014 1:13 PM EDT2014-08-23 17:13:19 GMT
    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- Ever since it happened, race has been front-and-center in the vigorous debate over the fatal shooting of African-American teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer.Could it also factor into those 12 people now deciding whether that Ferguson, Missouri, officer will face charges in the 18-year-old's death?We may never know. That's because the St. Louis County grand jury weighing the case meets, per established rules, in private.Still, at least we found out Fri...More >>
    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- Ever since it happened, race has been front-and-center in the vigorous debate over the fatal shooting of African-American teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer.Could it also factor into those 12 people now deciding whether that Ferguson, Missouri, officer will face charges in the 18-year-old's death?We may never know. That's because the St. Louis County grand jury weighing the case meets, per established rules, in private.Still, at least we found out Fri...More >>
  • Shooting Suspect Leads CCPD Officers On Chase Toward Border

    Shooting Suspect Leads CCPD Officers On Chase Toward Border

    Two people were shot on Friday night and the suspect then lead police on a high speed car chase that ended down by the Sarita Border Patrol checkpoint. But the search for the shooter is far from over.More >>
    Two people were shot on Friday night and the suspect then lead police on a high speed car chase that ended down by the Sarita Border Patrol checkpoint. But the search for the shooter is far from over.More >>
  • Corpus Christi 7 Day Film Project Screening

    Corpus Christi 7 Day Film Project Screening

    Production has wrapped and the films are in the can and ready to be screened! Saturday morning, 7 Day Film Project organizer Omar Becerra joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about those local movies. 36 entries still left in the running for a number of awards up for grabs.More >>
    Production has wrapped and the films are in the can and ready to be screened! Saturday morning, 7 Day Film Project organizer Omar Becerra joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about those local movies. 36 entries still left in the running for a number of awards up for grabs.More >>
  • South Texas Gardener On Potting Soil

    South Texas Gardener On Potting Soil

    The South Texas Gardener talks about the importance of using the right kind of potting soil to ensure your plants will be healthy.More >>
    The South Texas Gardener talks about the importance of using the right kind of potting soil to ensure your plants will be healthy.More >>
  • Driver Crashes Truck Into Home

    Driver Crashes Truck Into Home

    A driver crashed their truck through a fence and then a home on Retta street around one in the morning on Saturday. Police are still searching for that driver after they took off on foot from the scene. No one was injured in this incident.More >>
    A driver crashed their truck through a fence and then a home on Retta street around one in the morning on Saturday. Police are still searching for that driver after they took off on foot from the scene. No one was injured in this incident.More >>
  • Car Crashes Into Police Officer's Patrol Unit

    Car Crashes Into Police Officer's Patrol Unit

    Early Saturday morning a driver plowed her car into the back of a patrol officers car at SPID and Crosstown. The officer was helping warn drivers about a wreck when her car was hit from behind. Luckily, no one was injured in the accident.More >>
    Early Saturday morning a driver plowed her car into the back of a patrol officers car at SPID and Crosstown. The officer was helping warn drivers about a wreck when her car was hit from behind. Luckily, no one was injured in the accident.More >>
  • Police Investigating Multiple Shooting

    Police Investigating Multiple Shooting

    Saturday, August 23 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-08-23 04:19:14 GMT
    Two people were shot in what police are calling a domestic disturbance. One man is critical condition following the shooting. A female is in stable condition. The suspected shooter fled the scene and lead police on a high speed chase that, at last report, had made it's way to the Sarita area.More >>
    Two people were shot in what police are calling a domestic disturbance. One man is critical condition following the shooting. A female is in stable condition. The suspected shooter fled the scene and lead police on a high speed chase that, at last report, had made it's way to the Sarita area.More >>
  • Special Patients From Driscoll Hospital Reunite With Hospital Personnel

    Special Patients From Driscoll Hospital Reunite With Hospital Personnel

    Saturday, August 23 2014 12:11 AM EDT2014-08-23 04:11:50 GMT
    Patients with Driscoll Children's Hospital's Craniofacial and Cleft Center held a reunion at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History Friday. The young patients got to reunite with the hospital staff that helped change their lives.More >>
    Patients with Driscoll Children's Hospital's Craniofacial and Cleft Center held a reunion at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History Friday. The young patients got to reunite with the hospital staff that helped change their lives.More >>
  • Carroll High School Faculty, Staff Take Ice Bucket Challenge

    Carroll High School Faculty, Staff Take Ice Bucket Challenge

    Carroll High School faculty and staff stepped outside Friday to accept the ever growing Ice Bucket Challenge.More >>
    Carroll High School faculty and staff stepped outside Friday to accept the ever growing Ice Bucket Challenge.More >>
  • Local Unemployment Rate Ahead of National Average

    Local Unemployment Rate Ahead of National Average

    It appears the unemployment rate in Corpus Christi is well ahead of the national average. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, unemployment stood at 5.4-percent in July. The national average in July was 6.2-percent.More >>
    It appears the unemployment rate in Corpus Christi is well ahead of the national average. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, unemployment stood at 5.4-percent in July. The national average in July was 6.2-percent.More >>
  • New Low-Income Housing Project to Replace Northside Manor

    New Low-Income Housing Project to Replace Northside Manor

    A $17.5 million low-income housing project has now sprung up along Leopard Street, right next door to Miller High School.More >>
    A $17.5 million low-income housing project has now sprung up along Leopard Street, right next door to Miller High School.More >>
  • City Approves Funds to Hire More Staff at Animal Care Services

    City Approves Funds to Hire More Staff at Animal Care Services

    Stray cats and dogs on the streets of Corpus Christi have been a problem for years, but in the coming weeks there will be a stepped up effort to find a solution.More >>
    Stray cats and dogs on the streets of Corpus Christi have been a problem for years, but in the coming weeks there will be a stepped up effort to find a solution.More >>
  • New Charges for Man Involved in Shootout with Corpus Christi Police

    New Charges for Man Involved in Shootout with Corpus Christi Police

    A man already in jail for attempted capital murder after a shootout with police earlier this year is back in trouble with the law.More >>
    A man already in jail for attempted capital murder after a shootout with police earlier this year is back in trouble with the law.More >>
  • Local Attorney Paul Andrews Out on $1 Million Bond

    Local Attorney Paul Andrews Out on $1 Million Bond

    Friday, August 22 2014 7:14 PM EDT2014-08-22 23:14:36 GMT
    Local attorney Paul Andrews was released on a $1 million bond Friday, according to officials in Bexar County. He was arrested earlier this week and charged with criminal solicitation of capital murder.More >>
    Local attorney Paul Andrews was released on a $1 million bond Friday, according to officials in Bexar County. He was arrested earlier this week and charged with criminal solicitation of capital murder.More >>
  • CCISD Still Facing Shortage of School Bus Drivers

    CCISD Still Facing Shortage of School Bus Drivers

    The Corpus Christi Independent School District is still desperately short of school bus drivers. District officials say the reason for that is the demand for drivers in the oil field.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Independent School District is still desperately short of school bus drivers. District officials say the reason for that is the demand for drivers in the oil field.More >>
  • Saltwater Round-Up Money Goes to American Diabetes Association

    Saltwater Round-Up Money Goes to American Diabetes Association

    Back in April, the AutoNation Saltwater Round-Up was held in Port Aransas benefiting the local chapter of the American Diabetes Association.More >>
    Back in April, the AutoNation Saltwater Round-Up was held in Port Aransas benefiting the local chapter of the American Diabetes Association.More >>
  • Bucking for Breast Cancer Event Kicks Off in Robstown

    Bucking for Breast Cancer Event Kicks Off in Robstown

    Bullriding, barbecue and live music are just some of the fun ways organizers of Bucking for Breast Cancer are raising money this weekend at the Richard Borchard Fairgrounds in Robstown.More >>
    Bullriding, barbecue and live music are just some of the fun ways organizers of Bucking for Breast Cancer are raising money this weekend at the Richard Borchard Fairgrounds in Robstown.More >>
  • Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair

    Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair

    The Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair kicked off Friday morning at the Tejano Civil Rights Museum and Resource Center in Heritage Park.More >>
    The Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair kicked off Friday morning at the Tejano Civil Rights Museum and Resource Center in Heritage Park.More >>
  • TAMUCC Move-In Day for Incoming Freshmen

    TAMUCC Move-In Day for Incoming Freshmen

    It was a day of excitement on the campus of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, and likely a bit of anxiety for parents, as incoming freshmen arrived for move-in day.More >>
    It was a day of excitement on the campus of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, and likely a bit of anxiety for parents, as incoming freshmen arrived for move-in day.More >>
  • Food Bank of Corpus Christi Delivers Food to Northside Manor

    Food Bank of Corpus Christi Delivers Food to Northside Manor

    For man, getting three square meals a day is only a dream; but for those living at Northside Manor, help arrived on Friday. The Food Bank of Corpus Christi went to that neighborhood to serve up some healthy meals.More >>
    For man, getting three square meals a day is only a dream; but for those living at Northside Manor, help arrived on Friday. The Food Bank of Corpus Christi went to that neighborhood to serve up some healthy meals.More >>
  • Municipal Court to Shut Down Next Week for Technology Upgrades

    Municipal Court to Shut Down Next Week for Technology Upgrades

    Paying traffic citations is about to get a lot easier, according to those at the municipal court. You will soon be able to pay them online. However, technology upgrades that will allow the online payments will also cause the shutdown of the court all next week.More >>
    Paying traffic citations is about to get a lot easier, according to those at the municipal court. You will soon be able to pay them online. However, technology upgrades that will allow the online payments will also cause the shutdown of the court all next week. More >>
  • CPS Takes Custody of Child Whose Infant Sibling was Killed

    CPS Takes Custody of Child Whose Infant Sibling was Killed

    An Aransas County judge determined Friday who will take custody of an 18-month old boy after his 11-week old sister was allegedly killed by their father.More >>
    An Aransas County judge determined Friday who will take custody of an 18-month old boy after his 11-week old sister was allegedly killed by their father.More >>
  • End of Summer Vacation Comes with Back-to-School Traffic Dangers

    End of Summer Vacation Comes with Back-to-School Traffic Dangers

    It's the last day of summer for many students in the Coastal Bend, but there are some sobering statistics dealing with the number of crashes, deaths and injuries in school zones that parents should keep in mind.More >>
    It's the last day of summer for many students in the Coastal Bend, but there are some sobering statistics dealing with the number of crashes, deaths and injuries in school zones that parents should keep in mind.More >>
  • Iraqi Forces Make Gains Against ISIS, Official says

    Iraqi Forces Make Gains Against ISIS, Official says

    (CNN) - Kurdish and Iraqi armed forces made gains against ISIS fighters in northeastern Iraq on Friday, taking back several villages as they surrounded the large ISIS-held town of Jalawla, a spokesman for Kurdish forces said.More >>
    (CNN) - Kurdish and Iraqi armed forces made gains against ISIS fighters in northeastern Iraq on Friday, taking back several villages as they surrounded the large ISIS-held town of Jalawla, a spokesman for Kurdish forces said.More >>
  • Firefighters Battle Grass Fire on Highway 44 Near Airport

    Firefighters Battle Grass Fire on Highway 44 Near Airport

    Firefighters from Corpus Christi and Annaville responded to a grass fire shortly after noon Friday on the side of Highway 44, near the Corpus Christi International Airport exit.More >>
    Firefighters from Corpus Christi and Annaville responded to a grass fire shortly after noon Friday on the side of Highway 44, near the Corpus Christi International Airport exit.More >>
  • Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair

    Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair

    The Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair kicked off Friday morning at the Tejano Civil Rights Museum and Resource Center in Heritage Park.More >>
    The Education is Our Freedom Back-to-School Rally and College Fair kicked off Friday morning at the Tejano Civil Rights Museum and Resource Center in Heritage Park.More >>
  • Two Women Arrested for Allegedly Vandalizing Ex-Husband's Truck, Assaulting Him

    Two Women Arrested for Allegedly Vandalizing Ex-Husband's Truck, Assaulting Him

    Police were called out to an apartment complex in the 2200 block of North Padre Island Drive after a man called and reported that his ex-wife and one of her female relatives vandalized his truck and assaulted him just before 3 a.m. Friday.More >>
    Police were called out to an apartment complex in the 2200 block of North Padre Island Drive after a man called and reported that his ex-wife and one of her female relatives vandalized his truck and assaulted him just before 3 a.m. Friday.More >>
  • One of Three Suspects Arrested in Overnight Burglary

    One of Three Suspects Arrested in Overnight Burglary

    One man was arrested and charged with burglary to a vehicle, evading arrest, possession of marijuana and criminal mischief after police say he broke into four vehicles in the fenced in area of a business on the 4000 block of Baldwin Boulevard Thursday night.More >>
    One man was arrested and charged with burglary to a vehicle, evading arrest, possession of marijuana and criminal mischief after police say he broke into four vehicles in the fenced in area of a business on the 4000 block of Baldwin Boulevard Thursday night.More >>
  • A South Texas Salute to the Military

    A South Texas Salute to the Military

    Friday, August 22 2014 9:47 AM EDT2014-08-22 13:47:05 GMT
    The Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual Salute to the Military August 27, 2014.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual Salute to the Military August 27, 2014.More >>
  • Buckin' For Breast Cancer Kicks Off With Bull Riding

    Buckin' For Breast Cancer Kicks Off With Bull Riding

    Friday, August 22 2014 9:26 AM EDT2014-08-22 13:26:00 GMT
    Sarah Acosta was live for 3News First Edition doing some bull riding gearing up for the Buckin' For Breast Cancer event this weekend.More >>
    Sarah Acosta was live for 3News First Edition doing some bull riding gearing up for the Buckin' For Breast Cancer event this weekend.More >>
  • Youth Group Helps Cleanup Park

    Youth Group Helps Cleanup Park

    Friday, August 22 2014 12:32 AM EDT2014-08-22 04:32:20 GMT
    The Tobacco Prevention Control Coalition held a cleanup at Collier Park. They were there to pickup discarded cigarette butts.More >>
    The Tobacco Prevention Control Coalition held a cleanup at Collier Park. They were there to pickup discarded cigarette butts.More >>
  • Trailer Crashes Into House

    Trailer Crashes Into House

    Friday, August 22 2014 12:24 AM EDT2014-08-22 04:24:32 GMT
    It was quite the scare for one 11-year-old boy Thursday evening after a trailer crashed into the home he was staying in.More >>
    It was quite the scare for one 11-year-old boy Thursday evening after a trailer crashed into the home he was staying in.More >>
  • Proposed Wind Farm Causes Concern

    Proposed Wind Farm Causes Concern

    Friday, August 22 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-08-22 04:19:27 GMT
    What organizers described as a grass roots meeting aimed at organizing opposition to the placement of a wind farm on the southside of town was held Thursday Night at the Corpus Christi Country Club.More >>
    What organizers described as a grass roots meeting aimed at organizing opposition to the placement of a wind farm on the southside of town was held Thursday Night at the Corpus Christi Country Club.More >>
  • Teachers Prepare For First Day Of School

    Teachers Prepare For First Day Of School

    Friday, August 22 2014 12:15 AM EDT2014-08-22 04:15:56 GMT
    Some teachers over at Dawson Elementary are preparing for the first day of school. If you want more information on how you can enroll your student online or get them started on a meal plan, click here.More >>
    Some teachers over at Dawson Elementary are preparing for the first day of school. If you want more information on how you can enroll your student online or get them started on a meal plan, click here.More >>
  • Beeville City Council, Mayor Take the Ice Bucket Challenge

    Beeville City Council, Mayor Take the Ice Bucket Challenge

    It's another example of the Ice Bucket Challenge taken to the extreme -- the entire Beeville City Council, including the mayor, took the challenge Thursday.More >>
    It's another example of the Ice Bucket Challenge taken to the extreme -- the entire Beeville City Council, including the mayor, took the challenge Thursday.More >>
  • Bulls Arrive at Fairgrounds for Bucking for Breast Cancer Event

    Bulls Arrive at Fairgrounds for Bucking for Breast Cancer Event

    A dozen bulls were taken to the Richard Borchard Fairgrounds in Robstown Thursday as they prepare for this weekend's Bucking for Breast Cancer event.More >>
    A dozen bulls were taken to the Richard Borchard Fairgrounds in Robstown Thursday as they prepare for this weekend's Bucking for Breast Cancer event.More >>
  • RTA Partners with Paisano Transit to Better Serve Bishop, Driscoll Communities

    RTA Partners with Paisano Transit to Better Serve Bishop, Driscoll Communities

    The Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority announced Thursday that they have entered into a partnership with Paisano Transit to bridge affordable, accessible public transportation between the two businesses to better serve the communities of Bishop and Driscoll.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority announced Thursday that they have entered into a partnership with Paisano Transit to bridge affordable, accessible public transportation between the two businesses to better serve the communities of Bishop and Driscoll.More >>
  • Two More Arrests Made in Connection with Ruth Street Homicide

    Two More Arrests Made in Connection with Ruth Street Homicide

    Two more arrests have been made in connection with the shooting homicide of 29-year old Robert Lee Garza back on Aug. 9 at a home in the 2200 block of Ruth Street.More >>
    Two more arrests have been made in connection with the shooting homicide of 29-year old Robert Lee Garza back on Aug. 9 at a home in the 2200 block of Ruth Street.More >>