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  • Crime Stoppers: Armed Robbery at Whataburger

    Crime Stoppers: Armed Robbery at Whataburger

    Police are looking for two suspects that pulled off an armed robbery Thursday, Aug. 12, at the Whataburger at Gollihar and Kostoryz.More >>
    Police are looking for two suspects that pulled off an armed robbery Thursday, Aug. 12, at the Whataburger at Gollihar and Kostoryz.More >>
  • CCPD Looking for Registered Sex Offender Wanted on Outstanding Warrant

    CCPD Looking for Registered Sex Offender Wanted on Outstanding Warrant

    The Corpus Christi Police Department is looking for 24-year old Justin Knight, a registered sex offender who is wanted on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on an indecency with a child charge.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Police Department is looking for 24-year old Justin Knight, a registered sex offender who is wanted on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on an indecency with a child charge.More >>
  • James Foley Remembered as 'Brave and Tireless' Journalist

    James Foley Remembered as 'Brave and Tireless' Journalist

    NEW YORK (CNN) - When war reporter James Foley wasn't writing for GlobalPost or recording video for AFP or appearing on the PBS "NewsHour," he occasionally shared stories on his own blog, aptly titled "A World of Troubles."More >>
    NEW YORK (CNN) - When war reporter James Foley wasn't writing for GlobalPost or recording video for AFP or appearing on the PBS "NewsHour," he occasionally shared stories on his own blog, aptly titled "A World of Troubles." More >>
  • Duval County Authorities Seize Nearly 500 Pounds of Marijuana

    Duval County Authorities Seize Nearly 500 Pounds of Marijuana

    Duval County deputies seized almost 500 pounds of marijuana Wednesday morning after being led on a high speed chase down FM 1329.More >>
    Duval County deputies seized almost 500 pounds of marijuana Wednesday morning after being led on a high speed chase down FM 1329.More >>
  • A Look Inside GROW Local South Texas' Community Learning Garden

    A Look Inside GROW Local South Texas' Community Learning Garden

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 11:19 AM EDT2014-08-20 15:19:45 GMT
    GROW Local South Texas aims to educate our community about how to grow local produce and the health benefits of eating local.More >>
    GROW Local South Texas aims to educate our community about how to grow local produce and the health benefits of eating local.
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  • Keldon Becomes a Pilot for a Day

    Keldon Becomes a Pilot for a Day

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-08-20 13:36:28 GMT
    Keldon was diagnosed with leukemia in 2012. He has been in remission for a year and finishing up treatments. NAS Kingsville along with Driscoll Children's Hospital invited him out to be a pilot for a day.More >>
    Keldon was diagnosed with leukemia in 2012. He has been in remission for a year and finishing up treatments. NAS Kingsville along with Driscoll Children's Hospital invited him out to be a pilot for a day.More >>
  • United We Stand

    United We Stand

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-08-20 13:22:40 GMT
    The local NAACP is hosting the United We Stand event in honor of the 51st anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.More >>
    The local NAACP is hosting the United We Stand event in honor of the 51st anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.More >>
  • Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Evacuated as CCFD Responds to Fire

    Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Evacuated as CCFD Responds to Fire

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 12:34 AM EDT2014-08-20 04:34:27 GMT
    Firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon to the the Holiday Inn Downtown Marina, in the 700 block of Shoreline Boulevard.The entire hotel was evacuated and Corpus Christi police were dispatched to assist firefighters with traffic control. As of around 4 p.m., the fire was out and guests were allowed to return to their hotel rooms.Guests staying on the third and fourth floors of the hotel, which received the most smoke from the blaze, will be given new rooms according to hotel officials....More >>
    Firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon to the the Holiday Inn Downtown Marina, in the 700 block of Shoreline Boulevard.The entire hotel was evacuated and Corpus Christi police were dispatched to assist firefighters with traffic control. As of around 4 p.m., the fire was out and guests were allowed to return to their hotel rooms.Guests staying on the third and fourth floors of the hotel, which received the most smoke from the blaze, will be given new rooms according to hotel officials....More >>
  • Governor Rick Perry Turns Himself In

    Governor Rick Perry Turns Himself In

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 12:14 AM EDT2014-08-20 04:14:15 GMT
    Texas Governor Rick Perry turned himself in to authorities Tuesday in Austin to face charges of coercion and abuse of power.More >>
    Texas Governor Rick Perry turned himself in to authorities Tuesday in Austin to face charges of coercion and abuse of power.More >>
  • SMG Employees Go To The Extreme For Ice Bucket Challenge

    SMG Employees Go To The Extreme For Ice Bucket Challenge

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 12:10 AM EDT2014-08-20 04:10:59 GMT
    Two employees used a Zamboni to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The event took place Tuesday Afternoon at the American Bank Center.More >>
    Two employees used a Zamboni to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The event took place Tuesday Afternoon at the American Bank Center.More >>
  • Ray High School Principal Takes Part In Ice Bucket Challenge

    Ray High School Principal Takes Part In Ice Bucket Challenge

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-08-20 04:07:10 GMT
    Ray High school Principal Cissy Reynolds-Perez participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Tuesday.More >>
    Ray High school Principal Cissy Reynolds-Perez participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Tuesday.More >>
  • 3News Viewer Comes to Aid of Family with Miniature Horses

    3News Viewer Comes to Aid of Family with Miniature Horses

    Earlier this summer, 3News told you about a family that came to the Coastal Bend from Oregon with their 14 miniature horses, most of which have been rescued.More >>
    Earlier this summer, 3News told you about a family that came to the Coastal Bend from Oregon with their 14 miniature horses, most of which have been rescued.More >>
  • Naval Air Station-Kingsville Pilot for a Day

    Naval Air Station-Kingsville Pilot for a Day

    A South Texas kindergartner who recently battled cancer got to live out his dream of becoming a Pilot for a Day on Tuesday.More >>
    A South Texas kindergartner who recently battled cancer got to live out his dream of becoming a Pilot for a Day on Tuesday.More >>
  • 800-Pound Shark Served in Gumbo at Timon's Ministries

    800-Pound Shark Served in Gumbo at Timon's Ministries

    Remember that 800-pound shark that was caught off the coast of Port Aransas a couple weeks ago? On Tuesday, some of that shark was put to good use at Timon's Ministries.More >>
    Remember that 800-pound shark that was caught off the coast of Port Aransas a couple weeks ago? On Tuesday, some of that shark was put to good use at Timon's Ministries.More >>
  • Residents, Property Owners Speak Out About Proposed Wind Farm

    Residents, Property Owners Speak Out About Proposed Wind Farm

    Residents and property owners got a chance to speak out Tuesday at City Hall about a proposed wind farm that is planned to go up in the Chapman Ranch area.More >>
    Residents and property owners got a chance to speak out Tuesday at City Hall about a proposed wind farm that is planned to go up in the Chapman Ranch area.More >>
  • Witness Description Leads Police to Home Burglary Suspect

    Witness Description Leads Police to Home Burglary Suspect

    A witness description of a man pulling a red wagon filled with stolen property led police to a suspected home burglar just after 11 a.m. Monday.More >>
    A witness description of a man pulling a red wagon filled with stolen property led police to a suspected home burglar just after 11 a.m. Monday.More >>
  • Big Rig Makes Contact with Power Lines, Cuts Power to Nearby Residents

    Big Rig Makes Contact with Power Lines, Cuts Power to Nearby Residents

    Traffic came to crawl when work crews snagged a power line on Holly near Rodd Field Road Tuesday afternoon. The accident left about 500 people in that area without power for a short time.More >>
    Traffic came to crawl when work crews snagged a power line on Holly near Rodd Field Road Tuesday afternoon. The accident left about 500 people in that area without power for a short time.More >>
  • Major Accident Involving 18-Wheeler, Several Cars Blocked I-37 at Suntide

    Major Accident Involving 18-Wheeler, Several Cars Blocked I-37 at Suntide

    Police were forced to close down most of I-37 near Suntide road as they responded to a major accident involving an 18-wheeler and several vehicles Tuesday afternoon. The 18-wheeler was sideways, blocking all of northbound I-37 and some of the southbound lanes.More >>
    Police were forced to close down most of I-37 near Suntide road as they responded to a major accident involving an 18-wheeler and several vehicles Tuesday afternoon. The 18-wheeler was sideways, blocking all of northbound I-37 and some of the southbound lanes.More >>
  • City Passes Resolution to Continue Negotiations with Firefighters

    City Passes Resolution to Continue Negotiations with Firefighters

    City Council passed Tuesday a resolution offering to continue contract negotiations with the Corpus Christi Firefighters Association.More >>
    City Council passed Tuesday a resolution offering to continue contract negotiations with the Corpus Christi Firefighters Association.More >>
  • Hot Jobs: Aug. 19, 2014

    Hot Jobs: Aug. 19, 2014

    This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.More >>
    This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.More >>
  • ALS Awareness Spurred by the Ice Bucket Challenge Phenomenon

    ALS Awareness Spurred by the Ice Bucket Challenge Phenomenon

    You have heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge by now -- our own Kiii Sports Anchor Chris Thomasson was the first member of our local media to accept it. He got dunked, and made his donation to the ALS Association.More >>
    You have heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge by now -- our own Kiii Sports Anchor Chris Thomasson was the first member of our local media to accept it. He got dunked, and made his donation to the ALS Association.More >>
  • CCPD Reports Increased Number of Heat-Related Illness

    CCPD Reports Increased Number of Heat-Related Illness

    The Corpus Christi Police Department has seen an increase in the number of heat-related emergency calls over the last couple of weeks.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Police Department has seen an increase in the number of heat-related emergency calls over the last couple of weeks.More >>
  • Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Evacuated as CCFD Responds to Fire

    Holiday Inn Downtown Marina Evacuated as CCFD Responds to Fire

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    Firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon to the the Holiday Inn Downtown Marina, in the 700 block of Shoreline Boulevard.More >>
    Firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon to the the Holiday Inn Downtown Marina, in the 700 block of Shoreline Boulevard.More >>
  • Israel Strikes Gaza Targets After Rocket Fire; Israeli Negotiators Called Home

    Israel Strikes Gaza Targets After Rocket Fire; Israeli Negotiators Called Home

    GAZA (CNN) - An Israeli delegation has been ordered home from talks in Cairo aimed at ending the conflict in Gaza, a senior Israeli official said Tuesday, shortly after the Israeli military blamed militants in Gaza for breaking a truce.More >>
    GAZA (CNN) - An Israeli delegation has been ordered home from talks in Cairo aimed at ending the conflict in Gaza, a senior Israeli official said Tuesday, shortly after the Israeli military blamed militants in Gaza for breaking a truce.More >>
  • Perry Team Rips 'Outrageous' Indictment, Court Date Set

    Perry Team Rips 'Outrageous' Indictment, Court Date Set

    (CNN) - The head of Texas Gov. Rick Perry's newly unveiled legal team declared that last week's grand jury indictment of the potential 2016 GOP presidential contender has "no merit" and constitutes an "outrageous assault on the rule of law" that is certain to be rejected in the courts.More >>
    (CNN) - The head of Texas Gov. Rick Perry's newly unveiled legal team declared that last week's grand jury indictment of the potential 2016 GOP presidential contender has "no merit" and constitutes an "outrageous assault on the rule of law" that is certain to be rejected in the courts.More >>
  • CCFD Investigating Two Overnight Fires as Arson

    CCFD Investigating Two Overnight Fires as Arson

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 9:18 AM EDT2014-08-19 13:18:13 GMT
     Crews were called to a fire at a home on Rogerson near Kostoryz and McArdle around 1:30.More >>
     Crews were called to a fire at a home on Rogerson near Kostoryz and McArdle around 1:30.More >>
  • Westside Residents Meet To Discuss Future Of Spohn Memorial

    Westside Residents Meet To Discuss Future Of Spohn Memorial

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-08-19 04:19:57 GMT
    The planned future of CHRISTUS Spohn Memorial Hospital had some local civil rights organizations voicing concerns at a special meeting Monday night at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
    The planned future of CHRISTUS Spohn Memorial Hospital had some local civil rights organizations voicing concerns at a special meeting Monday night at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
  • Courtroom Picture Causes Controversy

    Courtroom Picture Causes Controversy

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 12:16 AM EDT2014-08-19 04:16:49 GMT
    They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a picture recently taken at the Nueces County Courthouse appears to be generating more than that. Our Rudy Trevino has the story.More >>
    They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a picture recently taken at the Nueces County Courthouse appears to be generating more than that. Our Rudy Trevino has the story.More >>
  • Voestalpine Offloads 2,200 Tons of Structural Steel for New Plant

    Voestalpine Offloads 2,200 Tons of Structural Steel for New Plant

    It's being called another milestone for Voestalpine, the company that is building a $740 million iron ore procession plant along the La Quinta ship channel in Portland -- crews at the Port of Corpus Christi off-loaded some 2,200 tons of structural steel that will provide the main framing material for the plant.More >>
    It's being called another milestone for Voestalpine, the company that is building a $740 million iron ore procession plant along the La Quinta ship channel in Portland -- crews at the Port of Corpus Christi off-loaded some 2,200 tons of structural steel that will provide the main framing material for the plant.More >>
  • CCISD Police Hold Active-Shooter Training at Lamar Elementary School

    CCISD Police Hold Active-Shooter Training at Lamar Elementary School

    With the new school year just around the corner, the Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Department took part in some active-shooter training at Lamar Elementary School Monday morning.More >>
    With the new school year just around the corner, the Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Department took part in some active-shooter training at Lamar Elementary School Monday morning.More >>
  • 20 Individuals Filed to Run in November General Election

    20 Individuals Filed to Run in November General Election

    As of 4 p.m. Monday, the last day to file to run in the upcoming November election, a total of 20 individuals had filed to run for mayor and the seven city council seats that are up for grabs.More >>
    As of 4 p.m. Monday, the last day to file to run in the upcoming November election, a total of 20 individuals had filed to run for mayor and the seven city council seats that are up for grabs.More >>
  • Firefighters Injured Battling Morgan Street Blaze Recovering

    Firefighters Injured Battling Morgan Street Blaze Recovering

    One Corpus Christi firefighter underwent surgery Monday after he was injured in a major fire Sunday morning on Morgan Street near Baldwin. He was one of three people who were rushed to the hospital as a result of the blaze.More >>
    One Corpus Christi firefighter underwent surgery Monday after he was injured in a major fire Sunday morning on Morgan Street near Baldwin. He was one of three people who were rushed to the hospital as a result of the blaze.More >>
  • Fire Spreads from American Legion Hall to Nearby Business

    Fire Spreads from American Legion Hall to Nearby Business

    Firefighters in Kingsville responded to a fire that broke out overnight at the American Legion Post 99 building in the 200 block of East Shelton Street. The fire later spread to a nearby business.More >>
    Firefighters in Kingsville responded to a fire that broke out overnight at the American Legion Post 99 building in the 200 block of East Shelton Street. The fire later spread to a nearby business.More >>
  • Motion to Revoke Probation Filed Against Former Attorney David Bonilla

    Motion to Revoke Probation Filed Against Former Attorney David Bonilla

    Former attorney David Bonilla, 59, was convicted in 2011 for stealing more than half a million dollars from dozens of clients. He was given a probated 10-year sentence, but 3News confirmed Monday that a motion to revoke his probation has been filed.More >>
    Former attorney David Bonilla, 59, was convicted in 2011 for stealing more than half a million dollars from dozens of clients. He was given a probated 10-year sentence, but 3News confirmed Monday that a motion to revoke his probation has been filed.More >>
  • NAACP, LULAC Host Meeting About Memorial Hospital Demolition

    NAACP, LULAC Host Meeting About Memorial Hospital Demolition

    The planned future of Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital had some local civil rights organizations voicing concerns at a special meeting Monday night at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
    The planned future of Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital had some local civil rights organizations voicing concerns at a special meeting Monday night at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
  • Someone to Know: GP Senior Keyanna Ortiz-Cedeno

    Someone to Know: GP Senior Keyanna Ortiz-Cedeno

    Many students spend the summer before their senior year of high school getting their college applications ready, but one local Gregory-Portland senior is taking the city's homeless issue into her own hands on top of preparing for college.More >>
    Many students spend the summer before their senior year of high school getting their college applications ready, but one local Gregory-Portland senior is taking the city's homeless issue into her own hands on top of preparing for college.More >>
  • Fire Investigators Look Into Cause Scrap Metal Recycling Plant Fire

    Fire Investigators Look Into Cause Scrap Metal Recycling Plant Fire

    The Corpus Christi Fire Department is investigating the cause of a business fire off Highway 44 that started 1 a.m. Monday at the Commercial Metals Company recycling branch on Agnes and Bronco.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Fire Department is investigating the cause of a business fire off Highway 44 that started 1 a.m. Monday at the Commercial Metals Company recycling branch on Agnes and Bronco.More >>
  • First Human Case of West Nile in Nueces County Confirmed

    First Human Case of West Nile in Nueces County Confirmed

    The first human case of the West Nile virus in Nueces County this year has been confirmed. Officials believe a man between 60-70 years of age may have contracted the virus in Houston.More >>
    The first human case of the West Nile virus in Nueces County this year has been confirmed. Officials believe a man between 60-70 years of age may have contracted the virus in Houston.More >>
  • Michael Brown Rushed Officer, Radio Caller says

    Michael Brown Rushed Officer, Radio Caller says

    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) - The Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who killed Michael Brown says the teenager rushed at him full speed in the moments before the shooting, according to an account phoned into a St. Louis radio station and confirmed as accurate by a source with detailed knowledge of the investigation.More >>
    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) - The Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who killed Michael Brown says the teenager rushed at him full speed in the moments before the shooting, according to an account phoned into a St. Louis radio station and confirmed as accurate by a source with detailed knowledge of the investigation.More >>
  • "Boots" Win Blood Cup in Boots and Badges Blood Drive Competition

    "Boots" Win Blood Cup in Boots and Badges Blood Drive Competition

    Assistant Chief Chris Nelson of the Refinery Terminal Fire Company accepted the Blood Cub from the Coastal Bend Blood Center Monday morning on behalf of the "Boots" for winning the Boots and Badges Blood Drive Competition.More >>
    Assistant Chief Chris Nelson of the Refinery Terminal Fire Company accepted the Blood Cub from the Coastal Bend Blood Center Monday morning on behalf of the "Boots" for winning the Boots and Badges Blood Drive Competition.More >>
  • Police Respond to Rollover Accident on Rockford Drive

    Police Respond to Rollover Accident on Rockford Drive

    Corpus Christi police responded to a rollover accident in the 2000 block of Rockford Drive just before 1 p.m. Monday. Witnesses in the area said they rushed to help get the 60-year old female driver out of the vehicle.More >>
    Corpus Christi police responded to a rollover accident in the 2000 block of Rockford Drive just before 1 p.m. Monday. Witnesses in the area said they rushed to help get the 60-year old female driver out of the vehicle.More >>
  • Chamber of Commerce Gets $50,000 for Mano a Mano Scholarship Program

    Chamber of Commerce Gets $50,000 for Mano a Mano Scholarship Program

    The Corpus Christi City Employees Credit Union donated $50,000 to the Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Mano a Mano Scholarship Program on Monday.More >>
    The Corpus Christi City Employees Credit Union donated $50,000 to the Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Mano a Mano Scholarship Program on Monday.More >>
  • Show and Shine Car Show to Benefit Family First Church

    Show and Shine Car Show to Benefit Family First Church

    Monday, August 18 2014 9:24 AM EDT2014-08-18 13:24:08 GMT
    Start shining your car for the Show and Shine car show that will benefit Family First Church.More >>
    Start shining your car for the Show and Shine car show that will benefit Family First Church.More >>
  • CCFD Investigating Overnight Fire

    CCFD Investigating Overnight Fire

    Monday, August 18 2014 9:14 AM EDT2014-08-18 13:14:40 GMT
    Firefighters say a pile of debris ignited under a three-sided building.More >>
    Firefighters say a pile of debris ignited under a three-sided building. More >>
  • Military Matters: Back to School Brigade

    Military Matters: Back to School Brigade

    She's a local mom and a military wife and tonight she's the focus of our Military Matters report. You could say Brenda Crawley already has a long list of activities to keep her busy, but there is one more, she is especially proud of. Local volunteer Brenda Crawley walked us through the Dollar Tree in Flour Bluff pointing out all the back to school goodies. She's hopeful that the Coastal Bend will step to help a special group of children, those with military mothers and fathers. Crawley said,...More >>
    She's a local mom and a military wife and tonight she's the focus of our Military Matters report. You could say Brenda Crawley already has a long list of activities to keep her busy, but there is one more, she is especially proud of. Local volunteer Brenda Crawley walked us through the Dollar Tree in Flour Bluff pointing out all the back to school goodies. She's hopeful that the Coastal Bend will step to help a special group of children, those with military mothers and fathers. Crawley said,...More >>
  • Electric Bill Help

    Electric Bill Help

    A local non-profit has received a grant from the state to help people of very low income pay their electric bill for a few months. With us being in one of the hottest months of the year, this grant could go a long way for folks that really need the help. So you're probably wondering if you qualify for this grant? Well the Nueces County Community Action Agency first and foremost helps elderly, disabled and families with children five and under. So if you're in that category you *may qualify...More >>
    A local non-profit has received a grant from the state to help people of very low income pay their electric bill for a few months. With us being in one of the hottest months of the year, this grant could go a long way for folks that really need the help. So you're probably wondering if you qualify for this grant? Well the Nueces County Community Action Agency first and foremost helps elderly, disabled and families with children five and under. So if you're in that category you *may qualify...More >>
  • Benefit Held for Survivor of Portland Shooting

    Benefit Held for Survivor of Portland Shooting

    It's just another example of how great the community is here in the Coastal Bend. On Sunday, the local truck club called TUFF, which stands for Trucks Uniting for Fundraising held a benefit in honor of Kristene Chapa who was the sole survivor of a horrible shooting. It happened two years ago in Portland and left another young girl, Mollie Olgin dead. Today's fundraiser happening at the O'Reilly's parking lot in Sinton. The truck club aimed to raise money today to help with the continued med...More >>
    It's just another example of how great the community is here in the Coastal Bend. On Sunday, the local truck club called TUFF, which stands for Trucks Uniting for Fundraising held a benefit in honor of Kristene Chapa who was the sole survivor of a horrible shooting. It happened two years ago in Portland and left another young girl, Mollie Olgin dead. Today's fundraiser happening at the O'Reilly's parking lot in Sinton. The truck club aimed to raise money today to help with the continued med...More >>
  • US Champions Oilbelt All-Stars Receive Welcome Home Celebration

    US Champions Oilbelt All-Stars Receive Welcome Home Celebration

    The Oilbelt All-Stars arrive back home to the Coastal Bend after making it all the way the Junior League World Series. Fans and Family greeted the team during a planned pep-rally at the Oilbelt Field in Annaville this evening. The United States champions were just one win away from taking home the title, but Chinese Taipei proved to be too much in a 9-1 yesterday up in Taylor, Michigan. 3 News was there for the teams homecoming and we will bring you highlights from the celebration tonight on...More >>
    The Oilbelt All-Stars arrive back home to the Coastal Bend after making it all the way the Junior League World Series. Fans and Family greeted the team during a planned pep-rally at the Oilbelt Field in Annaville this evening. The United States champions were just one win away from taking home the title, but Chinese Taipei proved to be too much in a 9-1 yesterday up in Taylor, Michigan. 3 News was there for the teams homecoming and we will bring you highlights from the celebration tonight on...More >>
  • Expect Delays on Everhart Starting Monday

    Expect Delays on Everhart Starting Monday

    Construction is set to begin along one major road within the city starting on Monday. For some, you may want to find another way to work. Just a heads up, the city of Corpus Christi Traffic Engineering is set to begin construction on the 600 block of Everhart between Staples and Alameda. Construction is set to go through next Friday, August 29th. During the project, traffic on the eastbound side of Everhart road will be reduced to one lane. Drivers should expect delays and if possible, avoid...More >>
    Construction is set to begin along one major road within the city starting on Monday. For some, you may want to find another way to work. Just a heads up, the city of Corpus Christi Traffic Engineering is set to begin construction on the 600 block of Everhart between Staples and Alameda. Construction is set to go through next Friday, August 29th. During the project, traffic on the eastbound side of Everhart road will be reduced to one lane. Drivers should expect delays and if possible, avoid...More >>
  • 2 CCFD Fire Fighters Among those Injured during Massive 3 Alarm Business Fire

    2 CCFD Fire Fighters Among those Injured during Massive 3 Alarm Business Fire

    A massive 3 alarm business fire on the city's west-side sends 3 people to the hospital. Here's the latest. 2 of the injured people were fire fighters who were battling the blaze. It happened just after 3 am when authorities received the call that heavy smoke could be seen coming from the second story of a business on Morgan. The business is called Bernice's Resale Shop. Crews quickly responded and when they arrived heavy flames began coming from the first floor of the building. According to ...More >>
    A massive 3 alarm business fire on the city's west-side sends 3 people to the hospital. Here's the latest. 2 of the injured people were fire fighters who were battling the blaze. It happened just after 3 am when authorities received the call that heavy smoke could be seen coming from the second story of a business on Morgan. The business is called Bernice's Resale Shop. Crews quickly responded and when they arrived heavy flames began coming from the first floor of the building. According to ...More >>
  • Linda Escobar Celebrating 50-Years of Music

    Linda Escobar Celebrating 50-Years of Music

    She's been a staple in the Hispanic music culture and Saturday, Linda Escobar who was born and raised in Alice celebrated a milestone 50 years to be exact. Linda got her start on Channel 3 Domingo Live show 50 years ago when she was just 8-years-old. Her catchy tune about "pinto beans" kick started her career in music. Saturday, she celebrated with her friends, family and other famous bands in Tejano music close by.More >>
    She's been a staple in the Hispanic music culture and Saturday, Linda Escobar who was born and raised in Alice celebrated a milestone 50 years to be exact. Linda got her start on Channel 3 Domingo Live show 50 years ago when she was just 8-years-old. Her catchy tune about "pinto beans" kick started her career in music. Saturday, she celebrated with her friends, family and other famous bands in Tejano music close by.More >>
  • Blessing of the Chapel at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Alice

    Blessing of the Chapel at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Alice

    Sunday, August 17 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-08-17 22:36:48 GMT
    Bishop Michael Mulvey was in Alice today for the blessing of the new Adoration Chapel at Our Lady of Guadelupe Catholic Church. The blessing took place after the 11:30 amafter a mass celebrated by Bishop Mulvey. Pictures taken by Eddie Perez.More >>
    Bishop Michael Mulvey was in Alice today for the blessing of the new Adoration Chapel at Our Lady of Guadelupe Catholic Church. The blessing took place after the 11:30 amafter a mass celebrated by Bishop Mulvey. Pictures taken by Eddie Perez.More >>
  • Ferrari GTO sells for $38 million in new auction record

    Ferrari GTO sells for $38 million in new auction record

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A 1962-63 Ferrari GTO Berlinetta was sold in California on Thursday for $38,000,000, the most ever paid for a car at auction.The price included a 10% "buyer's premium" paid to the auction company, Bonhams.While the sale was easily a record price for any car ever sold at auction, some experts had predicted the classic car would go for more than $50 million."We've always maintained that we would exceed the current world record and that the car would bring between $30 mill...More >>
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A 1962-63 Ferrari GTO Berlinetta was sold in California on Thursday for $38,000,000, the most ever paid for a car at auction.The price included a 10% "buyer's premium" paid to the auction company, Bonhams.While the sale was easily a record price for any car ever sold at auction, some experts had predicted the classic car would go for more than $50 million."We've always maintained that we would exceed the current world record and that the car would bring between $30 mill...More >>
  • Skydiving Against Diabetes

    Skydiving Against Diabetes

    Sunday, August 17 2014 5:00 PM EDT2014-08-17 21:00:17 GMT
    It's a disease that affects nearly 26 million Americans, diabetes. A Coastal Bend man is going to great heights try and raise awareness about the disease. His name is Stoney McGerald, he is living with diabetes and cancer. Saturday he jumped from a plane at 11-thousand feet above Port Aransas. 3 News was there through the incredible journey all captured on video.More >>
    It's a disease that affects nearly 26 million Americans, diabetes. A Coastal Bend man is going to great heights try and raise awareness about the disease. His name is Stoney McGerald, he is living with diabetes and cancer. Saturday he jumped from a plane at 11-thousand feet above Port Aransas. 3 News was there through the incredible journey all captured on video.More >>
  • What's next as authorities probe the killing of Michael Brown?

    What's next as authorities probe the killing of Michael Brown?

    Sunday, August 17 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-08-17 20:00:15 GMT
    (CNN) -- Unrest continues to rock Ferguson, Missouri.A man is in critical condition after a shooting early Sunday. Seven people were arrested and a police vehicle was shot at -- all of which took place during a government-imposed curfew.State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson, in charge of security for the town, said police were responding to the shooting incident rather than the curfew violation.The St. Louis suburb still roils a week after a white officer shot and killed Michael Brown, an 18...More >>
    (CNN) -- Unrest continues to rock Ferguson, Missouri.A man is in critical condition after a shooting early Sunday. Seven people were arrested and a police vehicle was shot at -- all of which took place during a government-imposed curfew.State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson, in charge of security for the town, said police were responding to the shooting incident rather than the curfew violation.The St. Louis suburb still roils a week after a white officer shot and killed Michael Brown, an 18...More >>
  • Three Car Accident sends 3 People To Hospital

    Three Car Accident sends 3 People To Hospital

    Sunday, August 17 2014 3:30 PM EDT2014-08-17 19:30:06 GMT
    Three people are rushed to the hospital including an infant after three vehicles crashed in the middle of a busy intersection on the city's southside Saturday. This accident happening just before ten at the intersection of Staples and Yorktown. Police tell 3 news that a black car turned left in front of the white van causing the crash. That white van then spun out and hit a parked truck. Three people were taken to the hospital, two adults and the baby. All are expected to be ok. Police say th...More >>
    Three people are rushed to the hospital including an infant after three vehicles crashed in the middle of a busy intersection on the city's southside Saturday. This accident happening just before ten at the intersection of Staples and Yorktown. Police tell 3 news that a black car turned left in front of the white van causing the crash. That white van then spun out and hit a parked truck. Three people were taken to the hospital, two adults and the baby. All are expected to be ok. Police say th...More >>
  • 3-Year Old Boy Nearly Strangled by Seat Belt

    3-Year Old Boy Nearly Strangled by Seat Belt

    Sunday, August 17 2014 3:20 PM EDT2014-08-17 19:20:17 GMT
    Imagine driving down the road, when you look in the back seat, and find your 3-year-old grandson has somehow wrapped the seat belt around his neck. It's a scary scenario one local grandmother experienced Saturday. According to police the grandmother was driving along highway 44 when she noticed that her grandson had accidentally wrapped the seatbelt around his neck and was choking. She called 911 and then pulled over. The grandmother tried helping her grandson but the more she pulled on the ...More >>
    Imagine driving down the road, when you look in the back seat, and find your 3-year-old grandson has somehow wrapped the seat belt around his neck. It's a scary scenario one local grandmother experienced Saturday. According to police the grandmother was driving along highway 44 when she noticed that her grandson had accidentally wrapped the seatbelt around his neck and was choking. She called 911 and then pulled over. The grandmother tried helping her grandson but the more she pulled on the ...More >>
  • Sunday Morning Drive-By Shooting At Gertie And Robert

    Sunday Morning Drive-By Shooting At Gertie And Robert

    Sunday, August 17 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-08-17 18:00:10 GMT
    Around 3 a.m. on Sunday morning, police responded to a call about a number of shots fired at a home which sits at the corner of Gertie and Robert. Some ten shell cases were found in the street in front of the home. No reports of anyone being hit and no reason given for the shooting.More >>
    Around 3 a.m. on Sunday morning, police responded to a call about a number of shots fired at a home which sits at the corner of Gertie and Robert. Some ten shell cases were found in the street in front of the home. No reports of anyone being hit and no reason given for the shooting.More >>
  • Oilbelt Homecoming Celebration Delayed

    Oilbelt Homecoming Celebration Delayed

    Sunday, August 17 2014 1:38 PM EDT2014-08-17 17:38:48 GMT
    The Oilbelt Little League flight has been delayed due to weather. Their homecoming celebration has been moved to 6:00 pm tonight at 4001 Cliff Crenshaw.More >>
    The Oilbelt Little League flight has been delayed due to weather. Their homecoming celebration has been moved to 6:00 pm tonight at 4001 Cliff Crenshaw.More >>
  • CDC reports detail lapses in deadly flu cross-contamination

    CDC reports detail lapses in deadly flu cross-contamination

    Sunday, August 17 2014 1:18 PM EDT2014-08-17 17:18:03 GMT
    (CNN) -- A lab mix-up involving a deadly flu virus strain added to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's public relations nightmare this summer.On Friday, the public health agency released the results of its internal investigation into the incident, along with a series of reports on actions being taken to ensure lab safety protocols are being properly followed.In May, CDC lab workers unintentionally mixed a low pathogenic, or non-dangerous, avian influenza virus sample with a poten...More >>
    (CNN) -- A lab mix-up involving a deadly flu virus strain added to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's public relations nightmare this summer.On Friday, the public health agency released the results of its internal investigation into the incident, along with a series of reports on actions being taken to ensure lab safety protocols are being properly followed.In May, CDC lab workers unintentionally mixed a low pathogenic, or non-dangerous, avian influenza virus sample with a poten...More >>
  • Cabbage Rolls And Stuffed Bell Peppers From Oksana's Kitchen

    Cabbage Rolls And Stuffed Bell Peppers From Oksana's Kitchen

    If you're searching for a great easy meal then Oksana's Kitchen has the recipe for you. It's one where you can make cabbage rolls or stuffed bell peppers in just several simple steps.More >>
    If you're searching for a great easy meal then Oksana's Kitchen has the recipe for you. It's one where you can make cabbage rolls or stuffed bell peppers in just several simple steps.More >>
  • New Rules for NASCAR after Sprint Car Race Fatality

    New Rules for NASCAR after Sprint Car Race Fatality

    As investigators search for answers in the death of driver Kevin Ward Junior last week during a Sprint Car Race, NASCAR has implemented new safety rules of its own.More >>
  • Paws For Pets Featuring Yeller

    Paws For Pets Featuring Yeller

    Sunday's Paws for Pets segment featured a cat named Yeller who is looking for home.More >>
    Sunday's Paws for Pets segment featured a cat named Yeller who is looking for home.More >>
  • What Can You Do About Hair Loss?

    What Can You Do About Hair Loss?

    Everyone loses hair but when it becomes noticeable that's when many people begin to look for answers. Dr. Vijay on Sunday morning joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about what you can do about hair loss.More >>
    Everyone loses hair but when it becomes noticeable that's when many people begin to look for answers. Dr. Vijay on Sunday morning joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to talk about what you can do about hair loss.More >>
  • Saluting The Oil Belt All Stars

    Saluting The Oil Belt All Stars

    The Oil Belt All Stars are going to be welcomed home after their long run to try and bring home a Junior Little League World Series title. The team was beaten by China in the championship game on Saturday by a 9 to 1 score. Sunday, the team is supposed to arrive at it's field at 3910 Crenshaw street for a ceremony to mark their accomplishment. That is expected to take place sometime after the noon hour.More >>
    The Oil Belt All Stars are going to be welcomed home after their long run to try and bring home a Junior Little League World Series title. The team was beaten by China in the championship game on Saturday by a 9 to 1 score. Sunday, the team is supposed to arrive at it's field at 3910 Crenshaw street for a ceremony to mark their accomplishment. That is expected to take place sometime after the noon hour.More >>
  • Texas Veteran Declared Dead By Government Even Though He Is Very Much Alive

    Texas Veteran Declared Dead By Government Even Though He Is Very Much Alive

    The Government is demanding that the family of a Texas veteran pay back thousands of dollars in benefits even though the man is still alive and well. It's a mix up that has the veteran in the middle of a paperwork nightmare.More >>
    The Government is demanding that the family of a Texas veteran pay back thousands of dollars in benefits even though the man is still alive and well. It's a mix up that has the veteran in the middle of a paperwork nightmare.More >>
  • One Shot, Seven Jailed in Missouri Protest

    One Shot, Seven Jailed in Missouri Protest

    One person was shot and is in critical condition this morning in Ferguson, Missouri after a curfew imposed by the governor fails to stop protestors and violence from breaking out. Seven people were alsoMore >>
  • You Can Still Rent Space For The Yuletide Market

    You Can Still Rent Space For The Yuletide Market

    The YWCA is looking for vendors to snap up the remaining available spaces for it's Yuletide Market which is coming up in late October.More >>
    The YWCA is looking for vendors to snap up the remaining available spaces for it's Yuletide Market which is coming up in late October.More >>
  • Two Firefighters Among Those Injured in Three Alarm Fire

    Two Firefighters Among Those Injured in Three Alarm Fire

    Three people are in the hospital this morning after a huge business fire on the westside of the city. Two of those injured were firefighters battling that blaze.More >>
    Three people are in the hospital this morning after a huge business fire on the westside of the city. Two of those injured were firefighters battling that blaze.More >>
  • Two Overnight Drive-By Shootings Back to Back

    Two Overnight Drive-By Shootings Back to Back

    A man walks into Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound to his stomach around 5 A.M. this morning. Investigators believe he was shot in a drive by along Vestal Street off of Greenwood. Then minutes later, there was another drive by shooting where a man was hit in the arm as he got out of his car on Arboleda Lane.More >>
    A man walks into Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound to his stomach around 5 A.M. this morning. Investigators believe he was shot in a drive by along Vestal Street off of Greenwood. Then minutes later, there was another drive by shooting where a man was hit in the arm as he got out of his car on Arboleda Lane.More >>
  • Robot Room Service

    Robot Room Service

    One California hotel is taking room service to a whole different level by using a robot.More >>
    One California hotel is taking room service to a whole different level by using a robot.More >>
  • Reward Increased for Missing Beeville Police Dog

    Reward Increased for Missing Beeville Police Dog

    The Beeville police drug dog is still missing, but this weekend we learned that another business has upped the reward for the dog. Irk, the police dog has been missing for a little over a week. Today Brent Phelps, a dentist out of Corpus Christi has offered 2 thousand dollars for the reward. That brings the total to 6 thousand dollars, all being offered by the South Texas Crime Stoppers. If you have any information that can help find Irk, call 361-362-0206.More >>
    The Beeville police drug dog is still missing, but this weekend we learned that another business has upped the reward for the dog. Irk, the police dog has been missing for a little over a week. Today Brent Phelps, a dentist out of Corpus Christi has offered 2 thousand dollars for the reward. That brings the total to 6 thousand dollars, all being offered by the South Texas Crime Stoppers. If you have any information that can help find Irk, call 361-362-0206.More >>
  • Drugs and a Grenade Found inside Aransas Pass Home

    Drugs and a Grenade Found inside Aransas Pass Home

    The Corpus Christi Bomb Squad was called out to help the Aransas Pass Police Department Friday night after a grenade was found inside a home during a search warrant. Police served a search warrant on the 300 block of North 11th Street and officers say they discovered all sorts of drugs from meth cocaine to heroine. Inside the home they also found some cash and a grenade. Aransas Pass Police had to clear the scene until the bomb squad was able to safely remove the devise. Police arrested two...More >>
    The Corpus Christi Bomb Squad was called out to help the Aransas Pass Police Department Friday night after a grenade was found inside a home during a search warrant. Police served a search warrant on the 300 block of North 11th Street and officers say they discovered all sorts of drugs from meth cocaine to heroine. Inside the home they also found some cash and a grenade. Aransas Pass Police had to clear the scene until the bomb squad was able to safely remove the devise. Police arrested two...More >>
  • Fans Cheer On Oilbelt All Stars in World Series Game

    Fans Cheer On Oilbelt All Stars in World Series Game

    All eyes were on the kids with the Oilbelt All-Stars who gave it their best in the Jr. League World Series. Family, friends and fans who could not travel with the team gathered at Big Sams in Annaville Saturday afternoon to watch and cheer on the team as the game was broadcast live on TV. The World Series game took place in Michigan. The boys worked really hard to get to this point, but unfortunately fell to the team from China. The score was 9 to 1. Despite the loss though, fans are still ...More >>
    All eyes were on the kids with the Oilbelt All-Stars who gave it their best in the Jr. League World Series. Family, friends and fans who could not travel with the team gathered at Big Sams in Annaville Saturday afternoon to watch and cheer on the team as the game was broadcast live on TV. The World Series game took place in Michigan. The boys worked really hard to get to this point, but unfortunately fell to the team from China. The score was 9 to 1. Despite the loss though, fans are still ...More >>
  • Man Stabbed During Fight at Bar

    Man Stabbed During Fight at Bar

    Two men inside of a bar start fighting, which leads to one being stabbed. It happened just after two Saturday afternoon at a bar on the 3000 block of Greenwood near Tarlton. Police tell 3 News that two men started to fight inside the bar when one of them pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man. The victim was taken to Christus Spohn Memorial with minor injuries. Police did arrest the suspect and say he is going to be charged with aggravated assault with a...More >>
    Two men inside of a bar start fighting, which leads to one being stabbed. It happened just after two Saturday afternoon at a bar on the 3000 block of Greenwood near Tarlton. Police tell 3 News that two men started to fight inside the bar when one of them pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man. The victim was taken to Christus Spohn Memorial with minor injuries. Police did arrest the suspect and say he is going to be charged with aggravated assault with a...More >>
  • SeaWorld to upgrade killer whale habitats

    SeaWorld to upgrade killer whale habitats

    Saturday, August 16 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-08-16 23:00:15 GMT
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- SeaWorld is giving its killer whales a little more space.The amusement park company said it will double the size of the animals' habitats at its three parks. The first of the new killer whale exhibits will open to the public in San Diego in 2018.New habitats will roll out at its other two locations in Orlando, Fla., and San Antonio will follow at some point after that.The move comes amid a backlash following the release of Blackfish, a documentary aired by CNN that exam...More >>
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- SeaWorld is giving its killer whales a little more space.The amusement park company said it will double the size of the animals' habitats at its three parks. The first of the new killer whale exhibits will open to the public in San Diego in 2018.New habitats will roll out at its other two locations in Orlando, Fla., and San Antonio will follow at some point after that.The move comes amid a backlash following the release of Blackfish, a documentary aired by CNN that exam...More >>
  • Operation Safe Return

    Operation Safe Return

    CCPD's Operation Safe Return was a big hit with families on Saturday over at Sunrise Mall. Kids received school supplies and backpacks to help get them ready for the new school year. Pictured here is a police museum that was set up to highlight the history of CCPD.More >>
    CCPD's Operation Safe Return was a big hit with families on Saturday over at Sunrise Mall. Kids received school supplies and backpacks to help get them ready for the new school year. Pictured here is a police museum that was set up to highlight the history of CCPD.More >>
  • U.S. strikes ISIS targets near key Iraqi dam

    U.S. strikes ISIS targets near key Iraqi dam

    Saturday, August 16 2014 6:00 PM EDT2014-08-16 22:00:20 GMT
    ZAHKO, Iraq (CNN) -- Kurdish forces, with the aid of U.S. airstrikes, on Saturday began weakening the grip that extremist militants hold over key piece of infrastructure in northern Iraq -- the Mosul Dam.ISIS militants, who now call themselves the Islamic State, took over the dam earlier this month. In a 2007 report, U.S. officials warned that a failure of the dam would be catastrophic, resulting in flooding all the way to Baghdad.ISIS has claimed a large swath of northern and western Iraq an...More >>
    ZAHKO, Iraq (CNN) -- Kurdish forces, with the aid of U.S. airstrikes, on Saturday began weakening the grip that extremist militants hold over key piece of infrastructure in northern Iraq -- the Mosul Dam.ISIS militants, who now call themselves the Islamic State, took over the dam earlier this month. In a 2007 report, U.S. officials warned that a failure of the dam would be catastrophic, resulting in flooding all the way to Baghdad.ISIS has claimed a large swath of northern and western Iraq an...More >>
  • LEAD First Holds Back to School Health & Education Fair

    LEAD First Holds Back to School Health & Education Fair

    Students are going back to school in style! Hundreds of area kids attended a health education fair Saturday sponsored by LEAD First. It was held at Miller High School where even more backpacks and school supplies were given away. Lots of happy faces!More >>
    Students are going back to school in style! Hundreds of area kids attended a health education fair Saturday sponsored by LEAD First. It was held at Miller High School where even more backpacks and school supplies were given away. Lots of happy faces!More >>
  • Last Public Turtle Hatchling

    Last Public Turtle Hatchling

    Saturday, August 16 2014 5:00 PM EDT2014-08-16 21:00:09 GMT
    Friday was the last public hatching release for 2014 over at the Padre Island National Seashore.As always this event brought out a large crowd the hatchlings were release Kemp's Ridley nest were found this year.More >>
    Friday was the last public hatching release for 2014 over at the Padre Island National Seashore.As always this event brought out a large crowd the hatchlings were release Kemp's Ridley nest were found this year.More >>
  • Oilbelt Little League Advances to World Series (SCORE UPDATES)

    Oilbelt Little League Advances to World Series (SCORE UPDATES)

    Saturday, August 16 2014 4:42 PM EDT2014-08-16 20:42:10 GMT
    The Oilbelt All Stars from Corpus Christi were battling a team out of California Friday night at the Junior League World Series. The team won 4 to 2 making them the U.S. Champions. The Oilbelt advances to the JLWS Championship, today at 1 p.m. vs Chinese Taipei.If you would like to watch the game you can click on the link below.Http://espn.go.com/watchespn/More >>
    The Oilbelt All Stars from Corpus Christi were battling a team out of California Friday night at the Junior League World Series. The team won 4 to 2 making them the U.S. Champions. The Oilbelt advances to the JLWS Championship, today at 1 p.m. vs Chinese Taipei.If you would like to watch the game you can click on the link below.Http://espn.go.com/watchespn/More >>
  • Moody High School Nautilus Watch

    Moody High School Nautilus Watch

    Saturday, August 16 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-08-16 20:00:14 GMT
    Over at Moody High School some students got to have a different sort of conversation with their teacher. The students at the Innovation Academy got to speak via a computer with their instructor who is aboard a ship in the Caribbean. Jason James is aboard the explorer vessel Nautilus the same vessel that found the Titanic. CITGO helped sponsor James is trip, he is one of three educators from around the country who are on that vessel to get a better understanding of ocean life. They will then t...More >>
    Over at Moody High School some students got to have a different sort of conversation with their teacher. The students at the Innovation Academy got to speak via a computer with their instructor who is aboard a ship in the Caribbean. Jason James is aboard the explorer vessel Nautilus the same vessel that found the Titanic. CITGO helped sponsor James is trip, he is one of three educators from around the country who are on that vessel to get a better understanding of ocean life. They will then t...More >>
  • Rick Perry Will Deliver Statement

    Rick Perry Will Deliver Statement

    Saturday, August 16 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-08-16 19:00:16 GMT
    (CNN) -- Texas Gov. Rick Perry will deliver a statement at 3 p.m. ET Saturday from the state capitol in Austin, the governor's office says. The statement comes a day after a grand jury indicted him on two felony counts, accusing him of abusing his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign.More >>
    (CNN) -- Texas Gov. Rick Perry will deliver a statement at 3 p.m. ET Saturday from the state capitol in Austin, the governor's office says. The statement comes a day after a grand jury indicted him on two felony counts, accusing him of abusing his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign.More >>
  • Ferguson police chief: Officer didn't stop Brown as robbery suspect

    Ferguson police chief: Officer didn't stop Brown as robbery suspect

    Saturday, August 16 2014 2:04 PM EDT2014-08-16 18:04:28 GMT
    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- The Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown didn't stop him because he was suspected in a convenience-store robbery, but because he was "walking down the middle of the street blocking traffic," the city's police chief said Friday.Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson -- hours after documents came out labeling the 18-year-old Brown as the "primary suspect" in the store theft -- told reporters the "robbery does not relate to the initial contact between the offi...More >>
    FERGUSON, Missouri (CNN) -- The Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown didn't stop him because he was suspected in a convenience-store robbery, but because he was "walking down the middle of the street blocking traffic," the city's police chief said Friday.Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson -- hours after documents came out labeling the 18-year-old Brown as the "primary suspect" in the store theft -- told reporters the "robbery does not relate to the initial contact between the offi...More >>
  • Companies Apply For State Program That Could Save Them Millions

    Companies Apply For State Program That Could Save Them Millions

    The Corpus Christi City Council is going to be looking at signing off on a program that could mean millions of dollars in savings for several companies looking to expand their operations here or add more employees.More >>
    The Corpus Christi City Council is going to be looking at signing off on a program that could mean millions of dollars in savings for several companies looking to expand their operations here or add more employees.More >>
  • How To Ensure A Smooth Shelter Adoption

    How To Ensure A Smooth Shelter Adoption

    Saturday, August 16 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-08-16 15:33:47 GMT
    There are some things you need to consider as you look to adopt a dog. On Saturday morning, the K9 had plenty of advice for people to follow so that the transition from shelter to your home is a smooth one.More >>
    There are some things you need to consider as you look to adopt a dog. On Saturday morning, the K9 had plenty of advice for people to follow so that the transition from shelter to your home is a smooth one.More >>
  • U-S-O Fundraiser Coming Up Soon

    U-S-O Fundraiser Coming Up Soon

    Our local U-S-O is holding a fundraiser next weekend which features a lot of poker playing and motorcycles in a unique event that you still have time to sign up.More >>
    Our local U-S-O is holding a fundraiser next weekend which features a lot of poker playing and motorcycles in a unique event that you still have time to sign up.More >>
  • Garden Help With The South Texas Gardener

    Garden Help With The South Texas Gardener

    KIII-TV Weekend Weather Anchor Alan Holt and the South Texas Gardener talked about a system to water your garden that you may want to check out.More >>
    KIII-TV Weekend Weather Anchor Alan Holt and the South Texas Gardener talked about a system to water your garden that you may want to check out.More >>
  • Dash cam Video Shows Small Boy Running Down Busy Road

    Dash cam Video Shows Small Boy Running Down Busy Road

    A quick reacting officer is being praised for possibly saving a little boys life. Officer Evans of the Plano Police Department came up on a boy running down a busy highway in Plano. The child, who has been diagnosed with Autism, was causing traffic congestion in the area and was a hazard to both himself and oncoming cars.More >>
    A quick reacting officer is being praised for possibly saving a little boys life. Officer Evans of the Plano Police Department came up on a boy running down a busy highway in Plano. The child, who has been diagnosed with Autism, was causing traffic congestion in the area and was a hazard to both himself and oncoming cars.More >>
  • Two Dead in North Texas Plane Crash

    Two Dead in North Texas Plane Crash

    A small plane crashed Friday about one mile from the Bowie Municipal Airport, killing the two people in that plane. The victims have been identified as 51-year-old Lawrence and 10-year-old Landon Liptack of Manvel,TX according toDPS officials.More >>
    A small plane crashed Friday about one mile from the Bowie Municipal Airport, killing the two people in that plane. The victims have been identified as 51-year-old Lawrence and 10-year-old Landon Liptack of Manvel,TX according toDPS officials.More >>
  • Two Arrests Made in Kidnapping of Amish Girls

    Two Arrests Made in Kidnapping of Amish Girls

    In New York, two people have been arrested in the case of two Amish girls who were allegedly abducted from a home in upstate New York.More >>
    In New York, two people have been arrested in the case of two Amish girls who were allegedly abducted from a home in upstate New York.More >>
  • First Texas Governor Indicted in Nearly a Century

    First Texas Governor Indicted in Nearly a Century

    Governor Rick Perry has been indicted by a Grand Jury in Austin. This is the first time that's happened to one of our governors in almost a century. He's charged with abuse of his office and coercion of a public servant.More >>
    Governor Rick Perry has been indicted by a Grand Jury in Austin. This is the first time that's happened to one of our governors in almost a century. He's charged with abuse of his office and coercion of a public servant.More >>
  • Juvenile on Joy Ride Crashes into House

    Juvenile on Joy Ride Crashes into House

    Police say this SUV was loaded down with teenagers who were along for a joyride in one of their parents vehicles when the 14-year-old driver crashed into a home on Ocean Drive.More >>
    Police say this SUV was loaded down with teenagers who were along for a joyride in one of their parents vehicles when the 14-year-old driver crashed into a home on Ocean Drive. More >>
  • Woman Leaves Scene of Accident, Crashes into House

    Woman Leaves Scene of Accident, Crashes into House

    Police say it was just before midnight when the female driver ran off the road and into a home, that after being involved in another accident minutes earlier at Weber and Saratoga.More >>
    Police say it was just before midnight when the female driver ran off the road and into a home, that after being involved in another accident minutes earlier at Weber and Saratoga.More >>
  • Governor Perry Indicted By A Travis County Grand Jury

    Governor Perry Indicted By A Travis County Grand Jury

    Saturday, August 16 2014 12:18 AM EDT2014-08-16 04:18:13 GMT
    Late Friday Afternoon Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a Travis County Grand Jury. The Governor is accused of abusing his power by trying to force the District Attorney of Travis County to step down over her DUI arrest and then threatening to veto funding for a public integrity unit run by the District Attorney's office. The Governor faces two felony charges: abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public servant. If he is found guilty, the Governor could be sentenced to a maximum 109...More >>
    Late Friday Afternoon Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a Travis County Grand Jury. The Governor is accused of abusing his power by trying to force the District Attorney of Travis County to step down over her DUI arrest and then threatening to veto funding for a public integrity unit run by the District Attorney's office. The Governor faces two felony charges: abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public servant. If he is found guilty, the Governor could be sentenced to a maximum 109...More >>
  • Dress For Success Upscale Rummage Sale

    Dress For Success Upscale Rummage Sale

    Saturday, August 16 2014 12:15 AM EDT2014-08-16 04:15:14 GMT
    Get ready to shop until you drop at the extremely affordable Upscale Rummage Sale that benefits Dress for Success.It's happening this weekend at Sunrise mall The sale will benefit the non-profit Dress For Success that promotes economic independence of disadvantaged women.Upscale Rummage Sale: Sunrise Mall, 5858 S Padre Island Dr. Friday- 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Preview Party, $10 Sat-Sun.. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Public $5 Benefits Dress For Success, dressforsuccesscc.orgMore >>
    Get ready to shop until you drop at the extremely affordable Upscale Rummage Sale that benefits Dress for Success.It's happening this weekend at Sunrise mall The sale will benefit the non-profit Dress For Success that promotes economic independence of disadvantaged women.Upscale Rummage Sale: Sunrise Mall, 5858 S Padre Island Dr. Friday- 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Preview Party, $10 Sat-Sun.. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Public $5 Benefits Dress For Success, dressforsuccesscc.orgMore >>
  • Del Mar Holds Summer Graduation

    Del Mar Holds Summer Graduation

    Saturday, August 16 2014 12:10 AM EDT2014-08-16 04:10:58 GMT
    Friday Night Del Mar College held their Summer Graduation Ceremony.More >>
    Friday Night Del Mar College held their Summer Graduation Ceremony.More >>
  • Actor-Comedian Chris Kattan Performing Stand-Up in Corpus Christi

    Actor-Comedian Chris Kattan Performing Stand-Up in Corpus Christi

    Fans of actor-comedian Chris Kattan are in for a treat this weekend as he performs at a local comedy club Friday and Saturday.More >>
    Fans of actor-comedian Chris Kattan are in for a treat this weekend as he performs at a local comedy club Friday and Saturday.More >>
  • New Businesses Show Interest in Old Downtown Storefronts

    New Businesses Show Interest in Old Downtown Storefronts

    New business, completed street repairs, the City acquiring a famous old building and other construction are painting an optimistic picture for downtown development.More >>
    New business, completed street repairs, the City acquiring a famous old building and other construction are painting an optimistic picture for downtown development.More >>
  • Community Meeting to Discuss Demolition of Memorial Hospital

    Community Meeting to Discuss Demolition of Memorial Hospital

    A community meeting to discuss the proposed demolition of the Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital campus is set for 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
    A community meeting to discuss the proposed demolition of the Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital campus is set for 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Oveal Williams Senior Center.More >>
  • Laura Hall Denied Parole by Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

    Laura Hall Denied Parole by Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

    The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has again denied parole for Laura Hall, the woman convicted by an Austin jury of tampering with evidence in connection with the 2005 murder of Jennifer Cave, a Carroll High School graduate.More >>
    The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has again denied parole for Laura Hall, the woman convicted by an Austin jury of tampering with evidence in connection with the 2005 murder of Jennifer Cave, a Carroll High School graduate.More >>
  • Two-Month Old from Fulton Dies After Alleged Child Abuse

    Two-Month Old from Fulton Dies After Alleged Child Abuse

    A Fulton man who was arrested Wednesday and charged with injury to a child after medical staff at Driscoll Children's Hospital determined that his two-month old had suffered severe abuse may be facing tougher charges. The child died in the hospital Thursday.More >>
    A Fulton man who was arrested Wednesday and charged with injury to a child after medical staff at Driscoll Children's Hospital determined that his two-month old had suffered severe abuse may be facing tougher charges. The child died in the hospital Thursday.More >>