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  • Finding Ducks in Your Swimming Pool Common this Time of Year

    Finding Ducks in Your Swimming Pool Common this Time of Year

    A woman in Alice sent 3News some footage of ducks that managed to find their way into her swimming pool.More >>
    A woman in Alice sent 3News some footage of ducks that managed to find their way into her swimming pool.More >>
  • Crime Tip Reported to Aransas Pass Police Results in Drug Bust

    Crime Tip Reported to Aransas Pass Police Results in Drug Bust

    The Aransas Pass Police Department is crediting tips from the community for drug bust that happened Wednesday evening in the 900 block of North Commercial.More >>
    The Aransas Pass Police Department is crediting tips from the community for drug bust that happened Wednesday evening in the 900 block of North Commercial.More >>
  • Pharaoh Valley Development Proponents Get Signatures for Support

    Pharaoh Valley Development Proponents Get Signatures for Support

    Proponents of one developer's plans to build an Italian-style village where the old Pharaoh Valley Golf Course is say they now have enough support to submit deed restriction changes to a judge.More >>
    Proponents of one developer's plans to build an Italian-style village where the old Pharaoh Valley Golf Course is say they now have enough support to submit deed restriction changes to a judge.More >>
  • Man Arrested After Putting Out Cigarette on Police Officer's Car

    Man Arrested After Putting Out Cigarette on Police Officer's Car

    A man was arrested for criminal mischief just before 4 a.m. Thursday after police observed him eyeing a parked vehicle in the Corpus Christi Police Department's John Sartain Street headquarters parking lot.More >>
    A man was arrested for criminal mischief just before 4 a.m. Thursday after police observed him eyeing a parked vehicle in the Corpus Christi Police Department's John Sartain Street headquarters parking lot.More >>
  • Transaction on Stolen Card Leads Police to Burglary Suspect

    Transaction on Stolen Card Leads Police to Burglary Suspect

    A large purchase made using a stolen credit card led police to a 35-year old man suspected of breaking into a home in the 14000 block of Encantada Avenue and stealing items from the homeowner.More >>
    A large purchase made using a stolen credit card led police to a 35-year old man suspected of breaking into a home in the 14000 block of Encantada Avenue and stealing items from the homeowner.More >>
  • Salt and its Effects on Diabetics Hearts

    Salt and its Effects on Diabetics Hearts

    Thursday, July 24 2014 9:38 AM EDT2014-07-24 13:38:04 GMT
    A new medical study shows salt and its effects on type two diabetics.More >>
    A new medical study shows salt and its effects on type two diabetics.More >>
  • P.A.A.C. BBQ Event

    P.A.A.C. BBQ Event

    Thursday, July 24 2014 9:33 AM EDT2014-07-24 13:33:02 GMT
    People Assisting Animal Control (P.A.A.C.) is hosting a barbeque event. Vaccinations and adoptions are part of the fun.More >>
    People Assisting Animal Control (P.A.A.C.) is hosting a barbeque event. Vaccinations and adoptions are part of the fun.More >>
  • FC Padre Soccer Club Provides Opportunities for Youth Athletes

    FC Padre Soccer Club Provides Opportunities for Youth Athletes

    Thursday, July 24 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-07-24 13:22:14 GMT
    The FC Padre Soccer Club provides soccer league opportunities for kids ages 3 to 19 years old.More >>
    The FC Padre Soccer Club provides soccer league opportunities for kids ages 3 to 19 years old.More >>
  • South Texas Play Casa Rio Playing At Aurora Arts Theatre

    South Texas Play Casa Rio Playing At Aurora Arts Theatre

    Thursday, July 24 2014 8:35 AM EDT2014-07-24 12:35:45 GMT
    The South Texas based comedy, Casa Rio, is currently playing at the Aurora Arts Theatre until Aug. 2.More >>
    The South Texas based comedy, Casa Rio, is currently playing at the Aurora Arts Theatre until Aug. 2.More >>
  • Texas State Aquarium In Running For National Honors

    Texas State Aquarium In Running For National Honors

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:21 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:21:43 GMT
    The Texas State Aquarium have been nominated as a finalist to be named one of the Top Ten Aquariums in the US and Canada. It's all part of a readers choice contest by USA Today. If you would like to vote for the Texas State Aquarium click here.More >>
    The Texas State Aquarium have been nominated as a finalist to be named one of the Top Ten Aquariums in the US and Canada. It's all part of a readers choice contest by USA Today. If you would like to vote for the Texas State Aquarium click here.More >>
  • Online Petition Aimed At Saving Park

    Online Petition Aimed At Saving Park

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:17 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:17:35 GMT
    A local man has started an online petition in hopes of keeping the city from selling a park in his neighborhood.More >>
    A local man has started an online petition in hopes of keeping the city from selling a park in his neighborhood.More >>
  • Special Report: Asleep at the Wheel

    Special Report: Asleep at the Wheel

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:14 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:14:08 GMT
    Most people are aware of the dangers of drinking and driving, but may not realize that drowsy driving can be just as fatal. With more drivers on the road, words like sleepy, tired, exhausted, are taking on a whole new meaning when it comes to your safety.We talk with drivers, state troopers and driving instructors to examine what could be done to make our highways less dangerous in a 3News Special Report: Asleep at the Wheel.More >>
    Most people are aware of the dangers of drinking and driving, but may not realize that drowsy driving can be just as fatal. With more drivers on the road, words like sleepy, tired, exhausted, are taking on a whole new meaning when it comes to your safety.We talk with drivers, state troopers and driving instructors to examine what could be done to make our highways less dangerous in a 3News Special Report: Asleep at the Wheel.More >>
  • Tip-A-Cop Raises Funds For Special Olympics

    Tip-A-Cop Raises Funds For Special Olympics

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:10 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:10:48 GMT
    Folks with the Corpus Christi Police Department, Corpus Christi Fire Fighters and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice moonlighted Wednesday as servers at Texas Roadhouse. This was all in an effort to raise money for the Special Olympics.More >>
    Folks with the Corpus Christi Police Department, Corpus Christi Fire Fighters and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice moonlighted Wednesday as servers at Texas Roadhouse. This was all in an effort to raise money for the Special Olympics.More >>
  • New Addition To 3 News Family

    New Addition To 3 News Family

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-07-24 04:07:17 GMT
    Weekend Sports Anchor Chris Thomasson and his wife Krystal welcomed their first child into the world on Wednesday. Landon Robert Thomasson weighed a whopping 9 lbs. 15 ounces. Both baby and Mommy are doing great.More >>
    Weekend Sports Anchor Chris Thomasson and his wife Krystal welcomed their first child into the world on Wednesday. Landon Robert Thomasson weighed a whopping 9 lbs. 15 ounces. Both baby and Mommy are doing great.More >>
  • Texas State Aquarium Nominated for Best North American Aquarium List

    Texas State Aquarium Nominated for Best North American Aquarium List

    The Texas State Aquarium has plenty to be proud of. Not only is the aquarium about to embark on a multi-million dollar expansion project, it's also been nominated as a finalist to be named one of the top ten aquariums in the U.S. and Canada. It's a readers choice contest by USA Today which is owned by our new parent company, Gannett. Our Bill Churchwell has the story. If you would like to vote, you can do so at www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-aquariumsMore >>
    The Texas State Aquarium has plenty to be proud of. Not only is the aquarium about to embark on a multi-million dollar expansion project, it's also been nominated as a finalist to be named one of the top ten aquariums in the U.S. and Canada. It's a readers choice contest by USA Today which is owned by our new parent company, Gannett. Our Bill Churchwell has the story. If you would like to vote, you can do so at www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-aquariumsMore >>
  • Suspect that Shot Edinburg Police Officers Had Prior Arrest in Alice

    Suspect that Shot Edinburg Police Officers Had Prior Arrest in Alice

    One of two Edinburg police officers who were shot in La Joya, Texas, Tuesday has been released from the hospital. The other remains hospitalized following surgery.More >>
    One of two Edinburg police officers who were shot in La Joya, Texas, Tuesday has been released from the hospital. The other remains hospitalized following surgery.More >>
  • Victor Sanchez Found Guilty of Sexual Assault with a Child

    Victor Sanchez Found Guilty of Sexual Assault with a Child

    A jury found 24-year old Victor Sanchez guilty of sexual assault of child, punishable by anywhere from five-99 years in prison, in Judge Longoria's 214th District Court Wednesday morning.More >>
    A jury found 24-year old Victor Sanchez guilty of sexual assault of child, punishable by anywhere from five-99 years in prison, in Judge Longoria's 214th District Court Wednesday morning.More >>
  • Local Group Stuffs Backpacks with School Supplies for Students

    Local Group Stuffs Backpacks with School Supplies for Students

    Back to school time is coming soon for many area students, and to make sure those kids get off to a good start, a local group is jumping into action.More >>
    Back to school time is coming soon for many area students, and to make sure those kids get off to a good start, a local group is jumping into action.More >>
  • Spectators Gather as Historic Refugio House Gets Moved

    Spectators Gather as Historic Refugio House Gets Moved

    Wednesday was moving day for a 7,900-square foot, more than 100-year old home in Refugio, and as you can imagine, the big house on wheels drew a lot of spectators.More >>
    Wednesday was moving day for a 7,900-square foot, more than 100-year old home in Refugio, and as you can imagine, the big house on wheels drew a lot of spectators.
    More >>
  • Memorial Held for Orange Grove 20-Year Old Who Died in Accident

    Memorial Held for Orange Grove 20-Year Old Who Died in Accident

    Those close to the young man from Orange Grove who lost his life in a rollover accident Tuesday morning were moved to tears Wednesday as they gathered in his memory at Orange Grove High School.More >>
    Those close to the young man from Orange Grove who lost his life in a rollover accident Tuesday morning were moved to tears Wednesday as they gathered in his memory at Orange Grove High School.More >>
  • City Agrees to Let Nonprofit Group Maintain Parker Pool

    City Agrees to Let Nonprofit Group Maintain Parker Pool

    The City of Corpus Christi has signed a lease agreement with the Coastal Bend Friends of Aquatics that will allow the group to operate and maintain Parker Pool in Flour Bluff.More >>
    The City of Corpus Christi has signed a lease agreement with the Coastal Bend Friends of Aquatics that will allow the group to operate and maintain Parker Pool in Flour Bluff.More >>
  • Ask the Doctor: Diabetes and its Risks for Adults

    Ask the Doctor: Diabetes and its Risks for Adults

    A snapshot of diabetes taken by the Centers for Disease Control shows that one out of 11 people in the U.S. have diabetes.More >>
    A snapshot of diabetes taken by the Centers for Disease Control shows that one out of 11 people in the U.S. have diabetes.More >>
  • Crime Stoppers: Burglary of Five Points Wingstop

    Crime Stoppers: Burglary of Five Points Wingstop

    The Corpus Christi Police Department is hoping the public can help them catch the person responsible for burglarizing the Wingstop in the Five Points Shopping Center back on Sunday, June 8.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Police Department is hoping the public can help them catch the person responsible for burglarizing the Wingstop in the Five Points Shopping Center back on Sunday, June 8.More >>
  • Nueces County Commissioners Adopt Outdoor Burn Ban

    Nueces County Commissioners Adopt Outdoor Burn Ban

    The Coastal Bend had a couple of showers last week, but that wasn't enough rain. On Wednesday, Nueces County Commissioners adopted an outdoor burn ban for the next 90 days, or until the drought situation ends.More >>
    The Coastal Bend had a couple of showers last week, but that wasn't enough rain. On Wednesday, Nueces County Commissioners adopted an outdoor burn ban for the next 90 days, or until the drought situation ends.More >>
  • One Arrested in Gameroom Raid Outside Robstown

    One Arrested in Gameroom Raid Outside Robstown

    The Nueces County Sheriff's Office made one arrest Wednesday in a raid of an illegally run gameroom on County Road 77, just outside of Robstown.More >>
    The Nueces County Sheriff's Office made one arrest Wednesday in a raid of an illegally run gameroom on County Road 77, just outside of Robstown.More >>
  • Police Looking to Public for Help Identifying Trailer Thief

    Police Looking to Public for Help Identifying Trailer Thief

    Corpus Christi police are looking for the person responsible for the theft of a trailer, loaded with an ATV and a barbecue pit, back on July 5.More >>
    Corpus Christi police are looking for the person responsible for the theft of a trailer, loaded with an ATV and a barbecue pit, back on July 5.More >>
  • TxDOT Work Crews Close Connector from I-37 to Highway 358

    TxDOT Work Crews Close Connector from I-37 to Highway 358

    I-37's northbound connector to eastbound Highway 358 was closed from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday as Texas Department of Transportation crews worked to repair damaged bridge rails.More >>
    I-37's northbound connector to eastbound Highway 358 was closed from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday as Texas Department of Transportation crews worked to repair damaged bridge rails.More >>
  • Police Officers, Firefighters Waiting Tables for Tips at Texas Roadhouse

    Police Officers, Firefighters Waiting Tables for Tips at Texas Roadhouse

    Local police and firefighters will be at the Texas Roadhouse Wednesday evening waiting tables for their annual Tip a Cop event, all in support of the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run.More >>
    Local police and firefighters will be at the Texas Roadhouse Wednesday evening waiting tables for their annual Tip a Cop event, all in support of the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run.More >>
  • Dozens Feared Dead in Taiwan Plane Crash

    Dozens Feared Dead in Taiwan Plane Crash

    (CNN) - A twin-engine turboprop plane crashed Wednesday in Taiwan's Penghu Islands, according to Taiwan's Central News Agency. CNN affiliate ETTV is reporting that the plane crashed into a residential building.More >>
    (CNN) - A twin-engine turboprop plane crashed Wednesday in Taiwan's Penghu Islands, according to Taiwan's Central News Agency. CNN affiliate ETTV is reporting that the plane crashed into a residential building.More >>
  • CCISD Board President Carol Scott Not Seeking Reelection

    CCISD Board President Carol Scott Not Seeking Reelection

    3News confirmed Tuesday that longtime Corpus Christi Independent School District board member Carol Scott will not seek reelection.More >>
    3News confirmed Tuesday that longtime Corpus Christi Independent School District board member Carol Scott will not seek reelection.More >>
  • Chrysler Recalling 700,000 Jeeps Amid Ignition Switch Problems

    Chrysler Recalling 700,000 Jeeps Amid Ignition Switch Problems

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:27 AM EDT2014-07-23 13:27:21 GMT
    The recall affects Jeep Commanders from model years 2006 to 2007 and Jeep Grand Cherokees from 2005 to 2007.More >>
    The recall affects Jeep Commanders from model years 2006 to 2007 and Jeep Grand Cherokees from 2005 to 2007. More >>
  • Back to School Immunizations

    Back to School Immunizations

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-07-23 13:22:43 GMT
    The state of Texas requires immunization shots for students headed to public school. There are several locations in the Coastal Bend were you can have your child immunized.More >>
    The state of Texas requires immunization shots for students headed to public school. There are several locations in the Coastal Bend were you can have your child immunized.More >>
  • Two Edinburg Officers Shot, Suspect Connected To Alice Crime

    Two Edinburg Officers Shot, Suspect Connected To Alice Crime

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:34 AM EDT2014-07-23 04:34:26 GMT
    Two Edinburg Police Officers are recovering after they were shot Tuesday evening in La Joya as they attempted to serve a capital murder warrant. The suspect in the shooting, 29-year-old Joaquin Cibrian, was shot and killed following an exchange of gunfire with law enforcement. Cibrian was arrested in September of last year in Alice for allegedly using city equipment and materials to make extra cash. He was a city employee at the time.More >>
    Two Edinburg Police Officers are recovering after they were shot Tuesday evening in La Joya as they attempted to serve a capital murder warrant. The suspect in the shooting, 29-year-old Joaquin Cibrian, was shot and killed following an exchange of gunfire with law enforcement. Cibrian was arrested in September of last year in Alice for allegedly using city equipment and materials to make extra cash. He was a city employee at the time.More >>
  • New Roadway Highlights Growth Of Island University

    New Roadway Highlights Growth Of Island University

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:27 AM EDT2014-07-23 04:27:30 GMT
    Construction is pushing forward on Texas AM Corpus Christi's newest addition, a $26 Million dollar housing complex for upperclassmen. Also under construction is a new roadway between Nile and Ennis Joslin where that housing complex will be located. It will be called Islander Way.More >>
    Construction is pushing forward on Texas AM Corpus Christi's newest addition, a $26 Million dollar housing complex for upperclassmen. Also under construction is a new roadway between Nile and Ennis Joslin where that housing complex will be located. It will be called Islander Way.More >>
  • Hospital District Hears Spohn Memorial Proposal

    Hospital District Hears Spohn Memorial Proposal

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:23 AM EDT2014-07-23 04:23:50 GMT
    Tuesday Night the Nueces County Hospital District got another look at the changes that Spohn Health System would like to bring to CHRISTUS Spohn Memorial and Spohn Shoreline.More >>
    Tuesday Night the Nueces County Hospital District got another look at the changes that Spohn Health System would like to bring to CHRISTUS Spohn Memorial and Spohn Shoreline.More >>
  • City Approves First Reading Of Peddling Ordinance

    City Approves First Reading Of Peddling Ordinance

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-07-23 04:19:39 GMT
    At Tuesday's City Council Meeting Council Members approves the first reading of a new ordinance that would crackdown on peddling.More >>
    At Tuesday's City Council Meeting Council Members approves the first reading of a new ordinance that would crackdown on peddling.More >>
  • Special Report: Ranchers Offering Relief To Thirsty Immigrants

    Special Report: Ranchers Offering Relief To Thirsty Immigrants

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 12:13 AM EDT2014-07-23 04:13:10 GMT
    Some Brooks County Ranchers have become proactive to try to reduce the number of immigrants who die from dehydration on their property. Our Mike Dasilva takes a closer look in this special report. For More Information On the South Texas Human Rights Center click here.More >>
    Some Brooks County Ranchers have become proactive to try to reduce the number of immigrants who die from dehydration on their property. Our Mike Dasilva takes a closer look in this special report. For More Information On the South Texas Human Rights Center click here.More >>
  • United Methodist Army Volunteers Working on Homes in Mathis

    United Methodist Army Volunteers Working on Homes in Mathis

    Volunteers from the United Methodist Army are visiting the community of Mathis this week to help people in need.More >>
    Volunteers from the United Methodist Army are visiting the community of Mathis this week to help people in need.More >>
  • Council Discusses Ways to Allow Drivers in Front of Padre Island Seawall

    Council Discusses Ways to Allow Drivers in Front of Padre Island Seawall

    At Tuesday's City Council meeting, council members looked at way to implement a decision by voters to allow vehicle traffic in front of the seawall on Padre Island. The plan was voted on back in 2008, but since then, the City has struggled to implement the plan.More >>
    At Tuesday's City Council meeting, council members looked at way to implement a decision by voters to allow vehicle traffic in front of the seawall on Padre Island. The plan was voted on back in 2008, but since then, the City has struggled to implement the plan.More >>
  • Port Aransas City Leaders Looking to Purchase Land Near Ferry Crossing

    Port Aransas City Leaders Looking to Purchase Land Near Ferry Crossing

    A major change could soon be on the way that would ease the traffic congestion at the ferry crossing in Port Aransas. City leaders are looking at purchasing some nearby land for just over $1.5 million. That land would then be turned into a parking lot.More >>
    A major change could soon be on the way that would ease the traffic congestion at the ferry crossing in Port Aransas. City leaders are looking at purchasing some nearby land for just over $1.5 million. That land would then be turned into a parking lot.More >>
  • Ceremony to Unveil Peace Officers Memorial Highway Signs

    Ceremony to Unveil Peace Officers Memorial Highway Signs

    A ceremony was held at 10 a.m. Tuesday to unveil the Peace Officers Memorial Highway signs located at Highway 358 east and Agnes Street.More >>
    A ceremony was held at 10 a.m. Tuesday to unveil the Peace Officers Memorial Highway signs located at Highway 358 east and Agnes Street.More >>
  • Hot Jobs: July 22, 2014

    Hot Jobs: July 22, 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 >>
  • 17 Area Companies Seek Out Employees at Kiii-TV Job Fair

    17 Area Companies Seek Out Employees at Kiii-TV Job Fair

    Job seekers from around the Coastal Bend paid a visit to the Kiii-TV studios Tuesday to take advantage of the third job fair we've held this year.More >>
    Job seekers from around the Coastal Bend paid a visit to the Kiii-TV studios Tuesday to take advantage of the third job fair we've held this year.More >>
  • Intoxicated Woman Arrested While Pushing Child in Stroller on Leeward Drive

    Intoxicated Woman Arrested While Pushing Child in Stroller on Leeward Drive

    Police were called out to the 15000 block of Leeward Drive at around 4:30 p.m. Monday after getting reports of an intoxicated woman walking in the middle of the road, pushing a stroller with a child in it.More >>
    Police were called out to the 15000 block of Leeward Drive at around 4:30 p.m. Monday after getting reports of an intoxicated woman walking in the middle of the road, pushing a stroller with a child in it.More >>
  • Trial Begins for Mother Accused of Injuring Her Two Children

    Trial Begins for Mother Accused of Injuring Her Two Children

    A mother accused of injuring her three-week old baby boy and her toddler in two separate incidents was on trial Tuesday at the Nueces County Courthouse.More >>
    A mother accused of injuring her three-week old baby boy and her toddler in two separate incidents was on trial Tuesday at the Nueces County Courthouse.More >>
  • 20-Year Old Killed in Rollover Accident Near Orange Grove

    20-Year Old Killed in Rollover Accident Near Orange Grove

    A 20-year old male was killed in a rollover accident on County Road 307, about four miles west of Orange Grove, at around 6:20 a.m. Tuesday.More >>
    A 20-year old male was killed in a rollover accident on County Road 307, about four miles west of Orange Grove, at around 6:20 a.m. Tuesday.More >>
  • Young Male Arrested for Burglary of a Vehicle Monday Night

    Young Male Arrested for Burglary of a Vehicle Monday Night

    A 19-year old male was arrested for burglary of a vehicle after a Corpus Christi police officer observed him inside of a black BMW that did not belong to him Monday evening. The vehicle's driver's-side window was broken.More >>
    A 19-year old male was arrested for burglary of a vehicle after a Corpus Christi police officer observed him inside of a black BMW that did not belong to him Monday evening. The vehicle's driver's-side window was broken.More >>
  • Man Arrested for Attempting to Cash a Forged Cashiers Check

    Man Arrested for Attempting to Cash a Forged Cashiers Check

    A 64-year old man was arrested Monday after attempting to cash a forged cashier's check for $1,700 at a business in the 1100 block of Waldron Road, according to police.More >>
    A 64-year old man was arrested Monday after attempting to cash a forged cashier's check for $1,700 at a business in the 1100 block of Waldron Road, according to police.More >>
  • Shrimp Boil Brings in Big Texas Politicians

    Shrimp Boil Brings in Big Texas Politicians

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:24 AM EDT2014-07-22 13:24:33 GMT
    Texas Senator Wendy Davis is speaking during the annual MAP Shrimp Boil.More >>
    Texas Senator Wendy Davis is speaking during the annual MAP Shrimp Boil.More >>
  • Feria de las Flores Pageant Contestants to Take Stage Saturday

    Feria de las Flores Pageant Contestants to Take Stage Saturday

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:11 AM EDT2014-07-22 13:11:01 GMT
    Ladies ages 17 to 22 will take the stage for Lulac's Scholarship, 55th Annual Feria de las Flores pageant Saturday at Del Mar College.More >>
    Ladies ages 17 to 22 will take the stage for Lulac's Scholarship, 55th Annual Feria de las Flores pageant Saturday at Del Mar College.
    More >>
  • Man Helps Local Church Following Robbery

    Man Helps Local Church Following Robbery

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:15 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:15:52 GMT
    As police continue to investigate a robbery that took place over the weekend at The Solid Rock Church on Yorktown, one man has stepped up to offer help to that church.More >>
    As police continue to investigate a robbery that took place over the weekend at The Solid Rock Church on Yorktown, one man has stepped up to offer help to that church.More >>
  • Coast Guard Rescues Fisherman

    Coast Guard Rescues Fisherman

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:12 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:12:30 GMT
    The Coast Guard jumped into action Sunday to rescue a fisherman with stroke-like symptoms. The rescue took place about 11 miles east of Mustang Island State Park. The 60-year-old man is currently in stable condition at Christus Spohn Shoreline.More >>
    The Coast Guard jumped into action Sunday to rescue a fisherman with stroke-like symptoms. The rescue took place about 11 miles east of Mustang Island State Park. The 60-year-old man is currently in stable condition at Christus Spohn Shoreline.More >>
  • Back To School For T-M Primary School

    Back To School For T-M Primary School

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:08 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:08:33 GMT
    It was back to school Monday for elementary students at Tuloso-Midway Primary School.More >>
    It was back to school Monday for elementary students at Tuloso-Midway Primary School.More >>
  • Rehab Owl Released Back Into Wild

    Rehab Owl Released Back Into Wild

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:04 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:04:59 GMT
    The Texas State Aquarium released a rehabilitated owl back into the wild Monday at Hazel Bazemore Park.More >>
    The Texas State Aquarium released a rehabilitated owl back into the wild Monday at Hazel Bazemore Park.More >>
  • TAMUCC Nursing Students Take Part In Health Fair

    TAMUCC Nursing Students Take Part In Health Fair

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:01:30 GMT
    Some nursing students from Texas AM Corpus Christi were at the Boys Girls Club on Greenwood monday as part of a back to school health fair.More >>
    Some nursing students from Texas AM Corpus Christi were at the Boys Girls Club on Greenwood monday as part of a back to school health fair.More >>
  • Gov. Rick Perry to Send 1,000 Texas National Guardsmen to Border

    Gov. Rick Perry to Send 1,000 Texas National Guardsmen to Border

    Governor Rick Perry made headlines Monday when he announced that he is sending 1,000 Texas National Guardsmen to the U.S.-Mexico border to help deal with the recent surge of illegal immigrants.More >>
    Governor Rick Perry made headlines Monday when he announced that he is sending 1,000 Texas National Guardsmen to the U.S.-Mexico border to help deal with the recent surge of illegal immigrants.More >>
  • Tim McGraw Headlining Annual STARS Benefit Concert

    Tim McGraw Headlining Annual STARS Benefit Concert

    The STARS scholarship fund is known for helping hard working students pursue higher education, but they are also known for putting on one heck of a show.More >>
    The STARS scholarship fund is known for helping hard working students pursue higher education, but they are also known for putting on one heck of a show.More >>
  • More Than 100-Year Old Mansion in Refugio Set to Be Moved

    More Than 100-Year Old Mansion in Refugio Set to Be Moved

    In what may be one of the biggest moving jobs in the history of South Texas, an over 100-year old mansion that calls Refugio home will soon have to a new property.More >>
    In what may be one of the biggest moving jobs in the history of South Texas, an over 100-year old mansion that calls Refugio home will soon have to a new property.More >>
  • TAMUCC Breaks Ground for New Student Housing on Momentum Campus

    TAMUCC Breaks Ground for New Student Housing on Momentum Campus

    Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi broke ground for more growth to take place on their campus as they prepare to build some more, badly needed student housing.More >>
    Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi broke ground for more growth to take place on their campus as they prepare to build some more, badly needed student housing.More >>
  • City Council to Consider Community Paramedicine Program

    City Council to Consider Community Paramedicine Program

    Council members will consider a new program Tuesday aimed at reaching out to those in Corpus Christi and the rest of the county who are frequent callers of 911 for medical problems.More >>
    Council members will consider a new program Tuesday aimed at reaching out to those in Corpus Christi and the rest of the county who are frequent callers of 911 for medical problems.More >>
  • 61-Year Old Victim in Sunday Night Hit and Run on Weber Identified

    61-Year Old Victim in Sunday Night Hit and Run on Weber Identified

    3News has confirmed the identity of the victim in Sunday night's hit and run accident on Weber, near SPID, as 61-year old Ernest Stephens of Corpus Christi.More >>
    3News has confirmed the identity of the victim in Sunday night's hit and run accident on Weber, near SPID, as 61-year old Ernest Stephens of Corpus Christi.More >>
  • Someone to Know: Summer Camp Volunteer Allison Harrell

    Someone to Know: Summer Camp Volunteer Allison Harrell

    Every summer in the Coastal Bend, thousands of children attend summer schools and camps. In this edition of Someone to Know, Kiii News Anchor John-Thomas Kobos shows us one volunteer combines fun with creative ways to learn.More >>
    Every summer in the Coastal Bend, thousands of children attend summer schools and camps. In this edition of Someone to Know, Kiii News Anchor John-Thomas Kobos shows us one volunteer combines fun with creative ways to learn.More >>
  • Padre Island Schlitterbahn Hosting Job Fair Tuesday, Wednesday

    Padre Island Schlitterbahn Hosting Job Fair Tuesday, Wednesday

    The new Padre Island Schlitterbahn water park will not be fully opening until next year, but that is not stopping them from hiring people who are looking for jobs.More >>
    The new Padre Island Schlitterbahn water park will not be fully opening until next year, but that is not stopping them from hiring people who are looking for jobs.More >>
  • First Day to File for City Council Candidacy in November Elections

    First Day to File for City Council Candidacy in November Elections

    If you want to make a difference in the community and run for office, Monday was the first day to file and have your name on the ballot to run for city council in the November elections.More >>
    If you want to make a difference in the community and run for office, Monday was the first day to file and have your name on the ballot to run for city council in the November elections.More >>
  • Eight Suspected Illegal Immigrants Flee After Duval County Traffic Stop

    Eight Suspected Illegal Immigrants Flee After Duval County Traffic Stop

    At least eight suspected illegal immigrants are on the run near San Diego, Texas, after Duval County deputies attempted to pull over the sport utility vehicle they were riding in at around 1:45 p.m. Sunday.More >>
    At least eight suspected illegal immigrants are on the run near San Diego, Texas, after Duval County deputies attempted to pull over the sport utility vehicle they were riding in at around 1:45 p.m. Sunday.More >>
  • Arrest Warrant Issued for Sinton Woman in Charge of Scholarship Fund

    Arrest Warrant Issued for Sinton Woman in Charge of Scholarship Fund

    A San Patricio County Grand Jury has indicted 51-year old Donna Thomas on two counts of felony forgery and four counts of misapplication of fiduciary property.More >>
    A San Patricio County Grand Jury has indicted 51-year old Donna Thomas on two counts of felony forgery and four counts of misapplication of fiduciary property.More >>
  • Driver Arrested After Crashing Into Police Cruiser

    Driver Arrested After Crashing Into Police Cruiser

    While officers were investigating Sunday night's fatal hit and run accident, a police unit that was stopped to block traffic on Weber Road was stuck by a 2005 Ford Escape.More >>
    While officers were investigating Sunday night's fatal hit and run accident, a police unit that was stopped to block traffic on Weber Road was stuck by a 2005 Ford Escape.More >>
  • Deaths Mount in Gaza and Israel as U.S. Pushes Cease-Fire

    Deaths Mount in Gaza and Israel as U.S. Pushes Cease-Fire

    GAZA CITY (CNN) - The death toll on both sides of the Gaza battle jumped Monday, as Palestinian officials reported scores more killed and Israel announced seven more soldiers died -- including several on Israeli soil.More >>
    GAZA CITY (CNN) - The death toll on both sides of the Gaza battle jumped Monday, as Palestinian officials reported scores more killed and Israel announced seven more soldiers died -- including several on Israeli soil.More >>
  • Man Escapes Fiery Crash Unscathed

    Man Escapes Fiery Crash Unscathed

    Monday, July 21 2014 1:53 PM EDT2014-07-21 17:53:20 GMT
    Investigators say the crash happened just after 11 last night on the southbound side of I-37 near Mathis.More >>
    Investigators say the crash happened just after 11 last night on the southbound side of I-37 near Mathis.More >>
  • Victim in Latest Hit-and-Run Accident Dies

    Victim in Latest Hit-and-Run Accident Dies

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:46 AM EDT2014-07-21 13:46:15 GMT
    Investigators say the victim was struck by a silver SUV last night around nine on Weber near S.P.I.D. after crossing the street. Officers say he was not at a crosswalk.More >>
    Investigators say the victim was struck by a silver SUV last night around nine on Weber near S.P.I.D. after crossing the street. Officers say he was not at a crosswalk. More >>
  • Texas Hurricanes Head to National Tournament in Las Vegas

    Texas Hurricanes Head to National Tournament in Las Vegas

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:45 AM EDT2014-07-21 12:45:12 GMT
    The Texas Hurricanes select basketball team is heading to Las Vegas for a national tournament. Sarah Acosta was live for 3News First Edition with the team before they head off to the big tournament. There will be 430 teams competing in the tournament from all over the country. The select team is made up of students from King, Carroll, Aransas Pass and John Paul high schools that are sixteen years old. Thanks to fundraisers and community partners the players were able to fund their way to the ...More >>
    The Texas Hurricanes select basketball team is heading to Las Vegas for a national tournament. Sarah Acosta was live for 3News First Edition with the team before they head off to the big tournament. There will be 430 teams competing in the tournament from all over the country. The select team is made up of students from King, Carroll, Aransas Pass and John Paul high schools that are sixteen years old. Thanks to fundraisers and community partners the players were able to fund their way to the ...More >>
  • Local Business Owner Hopes to Revitalize a Section of Ayers

    Local Business Owner Hopes to Revitalize a Section of Ayers

    Monday, July 21 2014 12:11 AM EDT2014-07-21 04:11:24 GMT
    A fairly new business owner says she wants to see change to the area of Ayers that connects Del Mar College to the hospital district and Ocean Drive. Her name is Amy Felan and she says she's willing to do the work and make that change happen. Felan who owns Cactus Vine told 3 News, "I don't think it should take a 30 million dollar project to move this neighborhood. I think it starts with one biz and I am that biz." She says she would like to see the neighborhood look better. The area she's ...More >>
    A fairly new business owner says she wants to see change to the area of Ayers that connects Del Mar College to the hospital district and Ocean Drive. Her name is Amy Felan and she says she's willing to do the work and make that change happen. Felan who owns Cactus Vine told 3 News, "I don't think it should take a 30 million dollar project to move this neighborhood. I think it starts with one biz and I am that biz." She says she would like to see the neighborhood look better. The area she's ...More >>
  • Pedestrian Struck by an SUV, Driver Flees the Scene

    Pedestrian Struck by an SUV, Driver Flees the Scene

    A pedestrian is struck by an SUV and the driver then takes off. The accident happened just before 9 Sunday evening on the 5200 block of Weber near SPID. At this time, police are still investigating and have not released a lot of information. The 61 year old victim was rushed to Christus Spohn Memorial and was last reported to be in critical condition. Police are still looking for the silver SUV that they believe took off and headed eastbound on SPID. After police arrived, another driver tryi...More >>
    A pedestrian is struck by an SUV and the driver then takes off. The accident happened just before 9 Sunday evening on the 5200 block of Weber near SPID. At this time, police are still investigating and have not released a lot of information. The 61 year old victim was rushed to Christus Spohn Memorial and was last reported to be in critical condition. Police are still looking for the silver SUV that they believe took off and headed eastbound on SPID. After police arrived, another driver tryi...More >>
  • People Search for a Way to Cool Off on National Ice Cream Day

    People Search for a Way to Cool Off on National Ice Cream Day

    It was a pretty hot weekend, and what better way to cool down than with some ice cream! Today is National Ice Cream Day! We caught up with some people around town who are sharing with us -- their favorite kind! It was back in 1984, when President Ronald Reagan proclaimed July "National Ice Cream Month" and the third Sunday in July "National Ice Cream Day." Nearly ten percent of all the milk produced by the united states dairy farmers is used to produce ice cream.More >>
    It was a pretty hot weekend, and what better way to cool down than with some ice cream! Today is National Ice Cream Day! We caught up with some people around town who are sharing with us -- their favorite kind! It was back in 1984, when President Ronald Reagan proclaimed July "National Ice Cream Month" and the third Sunday in July "National Ice Cream Day." Nearly ten percent of all the milk produced by the united states dairy farmers is used to produce ice cream.More >>
  • Military Matters: Physical Demand Study Could Change Army Standards

    Military Matters: Physical Demand Study Could Change Army Standards

    Fort Hood soldiers are the subject of a study that will change Army standards. For the first time, the physical demands of each job will be measured and tested. The soldiers are the subject of a physical demand study that will be used to gauge applicants ability to do particular jobs. This comes as women are allowed to take on new combat roles. In our Military Matters report, Joe Gazin shows us why it comes at such a pivotal time.More >>
    Fort Hood soldiers are the subject of a study that will change Army standards. For the first time, the physical demands of each job will be measured and tested. The soldiers are the subject of a physical demand study that will be used to gauge applicants ability to do particular jobs. This comes as women are allowed to take on new combat roles. In our Military Matters report, Joe Gazin shows us why it comes at such a pivotal time.More >>
  • Church Holds a Bone Marrow Registry Drive

    Church Holds a Bone Marrow Registry Drive

    There was a local push to try and help save lives today at the First United Methodist Church. The church held a bone marrow registry drive in hopes to find a match for one of its own members and also help the thousands of others who are on the waiting list across the world. Anayeli Ruiz has this report.More >>
    There was a local push to try and help save lives today at the First United Methodist Church. The church held a bone marrow registry drive in hopes to find a match for one of its own members and also help the thousands of others who are on the waiting list across the world. Anayeli Ruiz has this report.More >>
  • South Texas Man Among the Dead in Gaza

    South Texas Man Among the Dead in Gaza

    GAZA CITY (CNN) -- Thirteen Israeli troops were killed overnight in Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces said Sunday.The IDF did not immediately give details.Hamas said it lured Israeli tanks into a Gaza field in which it had hidden improvised explosive devices, and "destroyed the force completely."In a statement, Hamas claimed "responsibility for this heroic operation on the doorsteps of Gaza."It was Israel's biggest death toll in the current fighting, bringing the total killed to 18 soldiers and...More >>
    GAZA CITY (CNN) -- Thirteen Israeli troops were killed overnight in Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces said Sunday.The IDF did not immediately give details.Hamas said it lured Israeli tanks into a Gaza field in which it had hidden improvised explosive devices, and "destroyed the force completely."In a statement, Hamas claimed "responsibility for this heroic operation on the doorsteps of Gaza."It was Israel's biggest death toll in the current fighting, bringing the total killed to 18 soldiers and...More >>
  • Clerk Wrestles with Teenage Shoplifter

    Clerk Wrestles with Teenage Shoplifter

    A convenience store clerk gets into a struggle with a teenager after he confronted the teen for stealing from the store. It happened at the Times Market on the 5600 block of Carroll Lane at the corner of Holly around noon on Sunday. The clerk told police that he noticed a man walk-out, without paying for an item. That's when the clerk went outside and confront the 17 year old. The Teenager then wrestled with clerk before running to a nearby apartment complex. Police were able to find the sus...More >>
    A convenience store clerk gets into a struggle with a teenager after he confronted the teen for stealing from the store. It happened at the Times Market on the 5600 block of Carroll Lane at the corner of Holly around noon on Sunday. The clerk told police that he noticed a man walk-out, without paying for an item. That's when the clerk went outside and confront the 17 year old. The Teenager then wrestled with clerk before running to a nearby apartment complex. Police were able to find the sus...More >>
  • End of Summer Reading Party

    End of Summer Reading Party

    The end of Summer is near and kids were invited out to a reading party aimed at getting kids ready for going back to school and on hand, was one special visitor. This baby alligator is a visitor from the Texas State Aquarium. The kids not only got a chance to read about them and other animals that can be seen at the aquarium but they were also able to get hands on experience.More >>
    The end of Summer is near and kids were invited out to a reading party aimed at getting kids ready for going back to school and on hand, was one special visitor. This baby alligator is a visitor from the Texas State Aquarium. The kids not only got a chance to read about them and other animals that can be seen at the aquarium but they were also able to get hands on experience.More >>
  • Accident West of Freer Claims the Life of a 26 Year Old Man from Falfurrias

    Accident West of Freer Claims the Life of a 26 Year Old Man from Falfurrias

    We are learning today about a horrible accident that has claimed the life of a 26 year old Falfurrias man. The accident happened Saturday afternoon on Highway 44, ten miles west of Freer. According to information released today by DPS Troopers, the driver of the vehicle went off the roadway and flipped a number of times. The driver was taken by HALO Flight to a San Antonio hospital. 26 year old Ricardo Figueroa died at the scene. Both were from Falfurrias.More >>
    We are learning today about a horrible accident that has claimed the life of a 26 year old Falfurrias man. The accident happened Saturday afternoon on Highway 44, ten miles west of Freer. According to information released today by DPS Troopers, the driver of the vehicle went off the roadway and flipped a number of times. The driver was taken by HALO Flight to a San Antonio hospital. 26 year old Ricardo Figueroa died at the scene. Both were from Falfurrias.More >>
  • Utah wins Delay in Recognizing Same-sex Marriages; Licenses Stopped in Colorado

    Utah wins Delay in Recognizing Same-sex Marriages; Licenses Stopped in Colorado

    (CNN) -- Utah officials for the time being do not have to formally recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages performed last December and earlier this year, after the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday granted the state's request for a delay.Gov. Gary Herbert and Attorney General Sean Reyes had told the justices the issue of whether the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional remains pending in the lower courts.Having to recognize those same sex marriages before the larger l...More >>
    (CNN) -- Utah officials for the time being do not have to formally recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages performed last December and earlier this year, after the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday granted the state's request for a delay.Gov. Gary Herbert and Attorney General Sean Reyes had told the justices the issue of whether the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional remains pending in the lower courts.Having to recognize those same sex marriages before the larger l...More >>
  • Zeuter and Rabies Vaccination Clinic Attracts a Long Line of Pet Owners

    Zeuter and Rabies Vaccination Clinic Attracts a Long Line of Pet Owners

    There was a huge turnout on Sunday at the new PAAC clinic where volunteers were offering free zeuter and rabies vaccinations for dogs. Pet owners waited up to 3 hours in line. The clinic is located at 5804 Ayers St. The clinic only had a certain number of free shots to give out, and they actually had more people than expected bring their pets. In case your are wonder what zeuter means, PAAC says it's a new method to neuter your pet.More >>
    There was a huge turnout on Sunday at the new PAAC clinic where volunteers were offering free zeuter and rabies vaccinations for dogs. Pet owners waited up to 3 hours in line. The clinic is located at 5804 Ayers St. The clinic only had a certain number of free shots to give out, and they actually had more people than expected bring their pets. In case your are wonder what zeuter means, PAAC says it's a new method to neuter your pet.More >>
  • 1962 Carroll Baseball Team Reunion to Honor Coach

    1962 Carroll Baseball Team Reunion to Honor Coach

    It was a reunion of some local legends who made Carroll High School history back in 1962. The 1962 Tiger Baseball team gathered today at one local restaurant to not only honor coach Dave Donnan whose now 87 years old but catch up with each other. Some of the men, say they haven't seen each other in over fifty years. The team was the first in Carroll's history to go to state. That year they didn't win but as you can see they made memories that the whole team has cherished for decades.More >>
    It was a reunion of some local legends who made Carroll High School history back in 1962. The 1962 Tiger Baseball team gathered today at one local restaurant to not only honor coach Dave Donnan whose now 87 years old but catch up with each other. Some of the men, say they haven't seen each other in over fifty years. The team was the first in Carroll's history to go to state. That year they didn't win but as you can see they made memories that the whole team has cherished for decades.More >>
  • Obama to discuss immigration crisis with Central American leaders

    Obama to discuss immigration crisis with Central American leaders

    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The White House announced Friday that leaders from three Central American countries will meet with President Obama next week to discuss the ongoing immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.Obama will hold talks with President Otto Perez Molina of Guatemala, President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras, and President Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador on July 25."The four leaders and Vice President Biden will discuss how to reinforce our ongoing collaboration to stem...More >>
    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The White House announced Friday that leaders from three Central American countries will meet with President Obama next week to discuss the ongoing immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.Obama will hold talks with President Otto Perez Molina of Guatemala, President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras, and President Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador on July 25."The four leaders and Vice President Biden will discuss how to reinforce our ongoing collaboration to stem...More >>
  • DUI Checkpoint At National Seashore

    DUI Checkpoint At National Seashore

    Protecting the community by setting up an impromptu DUI checkpoint. Park rangers with the National Parks Service were stopping beach goers as they left the Padre Island National Seashore Saturday along Park Road 22. They stopped vehicles for about two hours this evening at the checkpoint which was near the parks entrance. The National Seashore says the purpose of this checkpoint was to detect and arrest drivers who are under the influence, and to keep the National Seashore a safe place for fa...More >>
    Protecting the community by setting up an impromptu DUI checkpoint. Park rangers with the National Parks Service were stopping beach goers as they left the Padre Island National Seashore Saturday along Park Road 22. They stopped vehicles for about two hours this evening at the checkpoint which was near the parks entrance. The National Seashore says the purpose of this checkpoint was to detect and arrest drivers who are under the influence, and to keep the National Seashore a safe place for fa...More >>
  • Actor James Garner Dead

    Actor James Garner Dead

    Sunday, July 20 2014 2:19 PM EDT2014-07-20 18:19:06 GMT
    Actor James Garner best remembered for his roles in Maverick and The Rockford Files has died. He was found dead in his California home on Saturday night. Garner earned two Purple Hearts while serving in the Korean War. Then in 1954 he was signed at the age of 25 to perform a nonspeaking part in the "Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" play. Three years later Garner was starring in the Maverick tv series. Garner was 86.More >>
    Actor James Garner best remembered for his roles in Maverick and The Rockford Files has died. He was found dead in his California home on Saturday night. Garner earned two Purple Hearts while serving in the Korean War. Then in 1954 he was signed at the age of 25 to perform a nonspeaking part in the "Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" play. Three years later Garner was starring in the Maverick tv series. Garner was 86.More >>
  • An Easy Italian Dish

    An Easy Italian Dish

    Everyone loves Italian food especially if someone else makes it. But on the Sunday edition of Oksana's Island Kitchen, Italian was made easy.More >>
    Everyone loves Italian food especially if someone else makes it. But on the Sunday edition of Oksana's Island Kitchen, Italian was made easy.More >>
  • Wendy Davis To Headline Local Benefit

    Wendy Davis To Headline Local Benefit

    Wendy Davis is running to become the next Governor of Texas and she'll be in town this Thursday for a fundraising event benefiting the Minority Advancement Project. The founder of that organization Solomon Ortiz Jr. joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to discuss the event.More >>
    Wendy Davis is running to become the next Governor of Texas and she'll be in town this Thursday for a fundraising event benefiting the Minority Advancement Project. The founder of that organization Solomon Ortiz Jr. joined 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson to discuss the event.More >>
  • Athlete, soccer fans, vacationing family among Malaysia Airlines crash victims

    Athlete, soccer fans, vacationing family among Malaysia Airlines crash victims

    (CNN) -- A nun, a leading AIDS researcher, an international athlete and a family traveling on summer vacation.The victims aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range of hopes and dreams.Their stories are being shared online, in traditional media and among friends and loved ones of passengers aboard the Boeing 777, which was shot down by unknown attackers Thursday in a rebel-controlled part of eastern Ukraine.Malaysia Airlines on Saturday issued its late...More >>
    (CNN) -- A nun, a leading AIDS researcher, an international athlete and a family traveling on summer vacation.The victims aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range of hopes and dreams.Their stories are being shared online, in traditional media and among friends and loved ones of passengers aboard the Boeing 777, which was shot down by unknown attackers Thursday in a rebel-controlled part of eastern Ukraine.Malaysia Airlines on Saturday issued its late...More >>
  • Suspected Drowning Victim Found Safe

    Suspected Drowning Victim Found Safe

    Sunday, July 20 2014 1:53 PM EDT2014-07-20 17:53:13 GMT
    Police spent much of the morning looking for a man who was thought to have possibly drown in the waters of the Corpus Christi Bay. Coast Guard was called to assist the Fire Department and Police in the search for the missing man.The call went out just before 4-thirty this morning along Emerald Beach where the man was last seen. Police eventually sorted out all the details after finding the man not in the water, but on land... at the Bayfront Inn hotel, unharmed.More >>
    Police spent much of the morning looking for a man who was thought to have possibly drown in the waters of the Corpus Christi Bay. Coast Guard was called to assist the Fire Department and Police in the search for the missing man.The call went out just before 4-thirty this morning along Emerald Beach where the man was last seen. Police eventually sorted out all the details after finding the man not in the water, but on land... at the Bayfront Inn hotel, unharmed.More >>
  • Possible Police Brutality Leaves One Man Dead

    Possible Police Brutality Leaves One Man Dead

    Sunday, July 20 2014 1:48 PM EDT2014-07-20 17:48:35 GMT
    Apossible case of police brutality in New York City is raising questions.According to officers, a man died Thursday while resisting arrest and it was all caught on tape. Prosecutors are now looking into whether excessive force was used, and the video could play a key role in the outcome of this case.More >>
    Apossible case of police brutality in New York City is raising questions.According to officers, a man died Thursday while resisting arrest and it was all caught on tape. Prosecutors are now looking into whether excessive force was used, and the video could play a key role in the outcome of this case.More >>
  • Thieves Steal Over $11K in Equipment From Local Church

    Thieves Steal Over $11K in Equipment From Local Church

    A church is normally a place of prayer and a place that gives a hand to the less fortunate. But even a place of worship sometimes does not escape the hands of thieves. The Solid Rock Church on Ayers discovered someone had stolen thousands of dollars worth of equipment. Anayeli Ruiz has the storyMore >>
    A church is normally a place of prayer and a place that gives a hand to the less fortunate. But even a place of worship sometimes does not escape the hands of thieves. The Solid Rock Church on Ayers discovered someone had stolen thousands of dollars worth of equipment. Anayeli Ruiz has the storyMore >>
  • California Woman Killed in Bank Robbery Remembered

    California Woman Killed in Bank Robbery Remembered

    Sunday, July 20 2014 8:59 AM EDT2014-07-20 12:59:46 GMT
    In California... friends and family paid their respects to a mother of two after she was held hostage and then killed in a violent bank robbery earlier this week.More >>
    In California... friends and family paid their respects to a mother of two after she was held hostage and then killed in a violent bank robbery earlier this week.More >>
  • Criminals Shot Selfie Video During Meth Cook

    Criminals Shot Selfie Video During Meth Cook

    Sunday, July 20 2014 8:49 AM EDT2014-07-20 12:49:11 GMT
    Police say that in Georgia a group of people videotaped themselves cooking and smoking meth. The video was found on a cell phone after the house they were cooking the drug in was raided. Prosecutors hope the video will help keep the crooks behind bars.More >>
    Police say that in Georgia a group of people videotaped themselves cooking and smoking meth. The video was found on a cell phone after the house they were cooking the drug in was raided. Prosecutors hope the video will help keep the crooks behind bars.More >>
  • Tip Leads Police to the Discovery of Meth and a Wanted Man

    Tip Leads Police to the Discovery of Meth and a Wanted Man

    Corpus Christi Police say a Crime Stoppers tip lead them to a suspected drug house and a wanted man. Police arrested 27 year old Adam Foster who was originally wanted for a warrant. Officers caught up to Foster in the 38-hundred block of Argus Friday night. This, after police got a tip through Crime Stoppers that drug activity was going on inside the home where foster was found. After a search, police say they found what they are calling a large amount of meth. Foster faces several charges a...More >>
    Corpus Christi Police say a Crime Stoppers tip lead them to a suspected drug house and a wanted man. Police arrested 27 year old Adam Foster who was originally wanted for a warrant. Officers caught up to Foster in the 38-hundred block of Argus Friday night. This, after police got a tip through Crime Stoppers that drug activity was going on inside the home where foster was found. After a search, police say they found what they are calling a large amount of meth. Foster faces several charges a...More >>
  • Accidental Art

    Accidental Art

    It was a rainy day here in the Coastal Bend, but that didn't stop families from having a little fun! Today, over at the Art Center of Corpus Christi, families were invited to come out and enjoy their "family art time" which happens every Saturday. Today's theme was "accidental art." Art Instructor Neda Motallebi said, "today's activities are all about accidental art and we have three activities today. The first one is the stain monster, the second one is when they put paint on the paper, and...More >>
    It was a rainy day here in the Coastal Bend, but that didn't stop families from having a little fun! Today, over at the Art Center of Corpus Christi, families were invited to come out and enjoy their "family art time" which happens every Saturday. Today's theme was "accidental art." Art Instructor Neda Motallebi said, "today's activities are all about accidental art and we have three activities today. The first one is the stain monster, the second one is when they put paint on the paper, and...More >>
  • Free Rabies Vaccination and Zeuter Clinic to be Held Sunday

    Free Rabies Vaccination and Zeuter Clinic to be Held Sunday

    If you need to get your dog its rabies vaccination, a free clinic is being held this weekend. This Sunday, People Assisting Animal Control, also known as PAAC is hosting a free zeuter and rabies vaccination clinic from 11 in the morning till six Sunday night. The clinic is located at 5804 Ayers St. In case your are wonder what zeuter means, PACC says it's a new method to neuter your pet.More >>
    If you need to get your dog its rabies vaccination, a free clinic is being held this weekend. This Sunday, People Assisting Animal Control, also known as PAAC is hosting a free zeuter and rabies vaccination clinic from 11 in the morning till six Sunday night. The clinic is located at 5804 Ayers St. In case your are wonder what zeuter means, PACC says it's a new method to neuter your pet.More >>
  • Rogue Thunderstorms Give Some Parts of the Coastal Bend a Nice Soaking

    Rogue Thunderstorms Give Some Parts of the Coastal Bend a Nice Soaking

    Rogue thunderstorm moved NNE along HWY 77 Saturday afternoon. Heavy rain, gusty winds, and lightning all embedded in this storm gave some folks a downpour, while other residents just saw sunshine. Check out Meteorologist Alan Holt's weather report during our 6 O'clock show.More >>
    Rogue thunderstorm moved NNE along HWY 77 Saturday afternoon. Heavy rain, gusty winds, and lightning all embedded in this storm gave some folks a downpour, while other residents just saw sunshine. Check out Meteorologist Alan Holt's weather report during our 6 O'clock show.More >>
  • Malaysian plane shot down in Ukraine: What happened?

    Malaysian plane shot down in Ukraine: What happened?

    (CNN) -- It's an international air disaster in a war zone -- a commercial flight with almost 300 people on board shot down in eastern Ukraine.As new details emerge, here is a look at basic questions about the tragedy:Was the plane shot down?All evidence so far says yes.President Barack Obama declared Friday that a surface-to-air missile blasted the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 on Thursday over the Donetsk region of Ukraine near the Russian border.According to a senior American official, a U.S...More >>
    (CNN) -- It's an international air disaster in a war zone -- a commercial flight with almost 300 people on board shot down in eastern Ukraine.As new details emerge, here is a look at basic questions about the tragedy:Was the plane shot down?All evidence so far says yes.President Barack Obama declared Friday that a surface-to-air missile blasted the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 on Thursday over the Donetsk region of Ukraine near the Russian border.According to a senior American official, a U.S...More >>
  • March of Dimes Community Baby Shower Success

    March of Dimes Community Baby Shower Success

    The March of Dimes Community baby shower was a day long event in front of our KIII Studios and it turned out to be a big success. Items like diapers, bottles, pacifiers, and onesies donated today will go directly to families with children in agencies like the USO. Over 16-thousand dollars worth of baby items were collected. These items will help USO of South Texas, Driscoll Health Plan's Cadena de Madres, Project Link, and Christus Health Plan. This was a first of it's kind event for the Mar...More >>
    The March of Dimes Community baby shower was a day long event in front of our KIII Studios and it turned out to be a big success. Items like diapers, bottles, pacifiers, and onesies donated today will go directly to families with children in agencies like the USO. Over 16-thousand dollars worth of baby items were collected. These items will help USO of South Texas, Driscoll Health Plan's Cadena de Madres, Project Link, and Christus Health Plan. This was a first of it's kind event for the Mar...More >>
  • Tim McGraw rep: He swatted fan to save his pants

    Tim McGraw rep: He swatted fan to save his pants

    (CNN) -- Tim McGraw "instinctively swatted" at a fan who refused to let go of his leg during the finale of an Atlanta concert last week, a rep said."At the end of the night during the encore, Tim was singing out in the audience and someone firmly grabbed onto his leg and wouldn't let go as he was moving through the crowd," the rep said in a statement. "He instinctively swatted to try and keep them from ripping his jeans (which they succeeded at doing!) and so he could get to more fans who wer...More >>
    (CNN) -- Tim McGraw "instinctively swatted" at a fan who refused to let go of his leg during the finale of an Atlanta concert last week, a rep said."At the end of the night during the encore, Tim was singing out in the audience and someone firmly grabbed onto his leg and wouldn't let go as he was moving through the crowd," the rep said in a statement. "He instinctively swatted to try and keep them from ripping his jeans (which they succeeded at doing!) and so he could get to more fans who wer...More >>
  • Firefighter obesity a big problem

    Firefighter obesity a big problem

    (CNN) -- The need for firefighters to be fit seems obvious: A fire ax weighs around 20 pounds, and an oxygen tank can be up to 50. Throw in the big boots, jacket, unruly fire hoses and challenging emergencies, and you'd expect most firefighters to be in peak physical condition.You'd be wrong. More than 70% of domestic firefighters are overweight or obese, a rate slightly higher than the general population, according to a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."It's t...More >>
    (CNN) -- The need for firefighters to be fit seems obvious: A fire ax weighs around 20 pounds, and an oxygen tank can be up to 50. Throw in the big boots, jacket, unruly fire hoses and challenging emergencies, and you'd expect most firefighters to be in peak physical condition.You'd be wrong. More than 70% of domestic firefighters are overweight or obese, a rate slightly higher than the general population, according to a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."It's t...More >>
  • 19 Injured when Texas Prison Roof Collapses

    19 Injured when Texas Prison Roof Collapses

    Nineteen inmates were injured when a roof of a private prison collapsed Saturday near Lufkin, Texas, fire officials said. Ten prisoners were taken to hospitals by ambulance, and nine were transported as "walking wounded" from Diboll Correctional Center to area hospitals, according to prison officials. At 11:30 a.m., the sheetrock ceiling of one of the five housing units in the prison collapsed, according to Management Training Corporation (MTC), which operates the prison. "We are still tr...More >>
    Nineteen inmates were injured when a roof of a private prison collapsed Saturday near Lufkin, Texas, fire officials said. Ten prisoners were taken to hospitals by ambulance, and nine were transported as "walking wounded" from Diboll Correctional Center to area hospitals, according to prison officials. At 11:30 a.m., the sheetrock ceiling of one of the five housing units in the prison collapsed, according to Management Training Corporation (MTC), which operates the prison. "We are still tr...More >>
  • Parts of the Coastal Bend Get Isolated Showers

    Parts of the Coastal Bend Get Isolated Showers

    While some folks in the Coastal Bend saw sunshine, others experienced a good downpour. Thanks to 3News viewer Linda Chism who pulled over to take this picture of the rain! Share your pictures of today's rain here on our 3News Facebook page! Saturday: Expecting less than yesterday, but an isolated shower will be possible...Especially in the morning. A stationary front is lingering over the area, providing a small chance for rain. With the ground being saturated from yesterday's rain, the atmo...More >>
    While some folks in the Coastal Bend saw sunshine, others experienced a good downpour. Thanks to 3News viewer Linda Chism who pulled over to take this picture of the rain! Share your pictures of today's rain here on our 3News Facebook page! Saturday: Expecting less than yesterday, but an isolated shower will be possible...Especially in the morning. A stationary front is lingering over the area, providing a small chance for rain. With the ground being saturated from yesterday's rain, the atmo...More >>
  • Protest Outside Primate Testing Facility in Alice

    Protest Outside Primate Testing Facility in Alice

    Animal rights activists gathered near Alice to stage a protest at a primate testing facility there they work with monkeys. This was the scene over at the Covance Research Institute as a group taking part in something called the "Fight or Flight Tour" was there to picket the group is traveling around the nation visiting different facilities in which they say animals are tested on or kept there until they can be shipped out to other testing facilities.More >>
    Animal rights activists gathered near Alice to stage a protest at a primate testing facility there they work with monkeys. This was the scene over at the Covance Research Institute as a group taking part in something called the "Fight or Flight Tour" was there to picket the group is traveling around the nation visiting different facilities in which they say animals are tested on or kept there until they can be shipped out to other testing facilities.More >>
  • Debilitating case of mosquito-borne chikungunya reported in U.S.

    Debilitating case of mosquito-borne chikungunya reported in U.S.

    (CNN) -- Chikungunya -- a tropical disease with a funny name that packs a wallop like having your bones crushed -- has finally taken up residence in the United States.Ever since the first local transmission of chikungunya was reported in the Americas late last year, health officials have been bracing for the arrival of the debilitating, mosquito-borne virus in the United States. Just seven months after the first cases were found in the Caribbean, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...More >>
    (CNN) -- Chikungunya -- a tropical disease with a funny name that packs a wallop like having your bones crushed -- has finally taken up residence in the United States.Ever since the first local transmission of chikungunya was reported in the Americas late last year, health officials have been bracing for the arrival of the debilitating, mosquito-borne virus in the United States. Just seven months after the first cases were found in the Caribbean, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...More >>
  • Pet Parade in Alice

    Pet Parade in Alice

    Saturday, July 19 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-07-19 18:00:13 GMT
    The Alice Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hosted the Pet Parade Contest Saturday Morning. This all took place at Anderson Park Saturday Morning. They handed out awards for the cutest pet, most creative costume and judges choice.Thanks to 3News viewer Eddie Perez for sharing the pictures.More >>
    The Alice Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hosted the Pet Parade Contest Saturday Morning. This all took place at Anderson Park Saturday Morning. They handed out awards for the cutest pet, most creative costume and judges choice.Thanks to 3News viewer Eddie Perez for sharing the pictures.More >>
  • Chapa Continues Recovery

    Chapa Continues Recovery

    Saturday, July 19 2014 1:45 PM EDT2014-07-19 17:45:21 GMT
    Kristene Chapa is rebuilding her life after surviving being shot in the head in June of 2012 at a Portland Park. Our Anayeli Ruiz spoke with her about the next chapter in her life. If you would like to help out Kristine Chapa you can make a donation to the following link.http://www.gofundme.com/helpkristeneMore >>
    Kristene Chapa is rebuilding her life after surviving being shot in the head in June of 2012 at a Portland Park. Our Anayeli Ruiz spoke with her about the next chapter in her life. If you would like to help out Kristine Chapa you can make a donation to the following link.http://www.gofundme.com/helpkristeneMore >>
  • Wildfires drive residents from homes in Washington state and Canada

    Wildfires drive residents from homes in Washington state and Canada

    Saturday, July 19 2014 1:27 PM EDT2014-07-19 17:27:50 GMT
    (CNN) -- A spate of wildfires is driving hundreds of people from their homes in Washington state and across the border in Canada, officials said.Washington authorities say the fires have burned at least 24,000 acres in the state. This is not an extremely large area for a wildfire, but the flames have encroached on towns.Pateros on the Columbia River was hit particularly hard, when flames came over a hill and spilled into the town's valley on Thursday, said Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers...More >>
    (CNN) -- A spate of wildfires is driving hundreds of people from their homes in Washington state and across the border in Canada, officials said.Washington authorities say the fires have burned at least 24,000 acres in the state. This is not an extremely large area for a wildfire, but the flames have encroached on towns.Pateros on the Columbia River was hit particularly hard, when flames came over a hill and spilled into the town's valley on Thursday, said Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers...More >>
  • A Trunk Full Of Illegal Green

    A Trunk Full Of Illegal Green

    A traffic stop in Jim Wells County turns up a trunk full of pot. Deputies say they found over 90-thousand dollars of marijuana in the vehicle of a McAllen man. He's now under arrest and the wild weed is off the street.More >>
    A traffic stop in Jim Wells County turns up a trunk full of pot. Deputies say they found over 90-thousand dollars of marijuana in the vehicle of a McAllen man. He's now under arrest and the wild weed is off the street.More >>
  • How To Housebreak A Dog

    How To Housebreak A Dog

    Saturday, July 19 2014 10:55 AM EDT2014-07-19 14:55:14 GMT
    More and more people want their dogs to stay inside with them and that means it's good to know the best way to housebreak a dog. The K9 Coach does exactly that is this segment from Saturday's 3 News First Edition with Michael Gibson.More >>
    More and more people want their dogs to stay inside with them and that means it's good to know the best way to housebreak a dog. The K9 Coach does exactly that is this segment from Saturday's 3 News First Edition with Michael Gibson.More >>
  • Basketball Team Needs Cash To Play Vegas

    Basketball Team Needs Cash To Play Vegas

    Saturday, July 19 2014 9:59 AM EDT2014-07-19 13:59:42 GMT
    The Texas Hurricanes are a team made up of local high school sophomores and this summer they're playing in tournaments across the Country. The team just one such tourney in San Antonio and now is ready to take on competition from around the world at an upcoming Las Vegas tournament. But, they need money to cover their travel expenses so Saturday night they're holding a raffle to get the needed cash.More >>
    The Texas Hurricanes are a team made up of local high school sophomores and this summer they're playing in tournaments across the Country. The team just one such tourney in San Antonio and now is ready to take on competition from around the world at an upcoming Las Vegas tournament. But, they need money to cover their travel expenses so Saturday night they're holding a raffle to get the needed cash.More >>
  • Fishing For College Scholarships

    Fishing For College Scholarships

    Next weekend there's going to be a fishing tournament taking place that will help raise money for scholarships for students at Del Mar. Saturday morning, 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson spoke with school officials about this latest effort to reel in cash for students.More >>
    Next weekend there's going to be a fishing tournament taking place that will help raise money for scholarships for students at Del Mar. Saturday morning, 3 News Anchor Michael Gibson spoke with school officials about this latest effort to reel in cash for students.More >>
  • DUI Checkpoint at National Seashore

    DUI Checkpoint at National Seashore

    Saturday, July 19 2014 9:37 AM EDT2014-07-19 13:37:51 GMT
    Just a heads up from the Padre Island National Seashore this morning. Law enforcement will be performing a DUI checkpoint today. The checkpoint will be at Park Road 22 near the parks entrance. The National Seashore says the purpose of this checkpoint will be to detect and arrest drivers who are under the influence, and to keep the National Seashore a safe place for families to enjoy some time in the sun.More >>
    Just a heads up from the Padre Island National Seashore this morning. Law enforcement will be performing a DUI checkpoint today. The checkpoint will be at Park Road 22 near the parks entrance. The National Seashore says the purpose of this checkpoint will be to detect and arrest drivers who are under the influence, and to keep the National Seashore a safe place for families to enjoy some time in the sun.More >>
  • Overseas Conflict Continues

    Overseas Conflict Continues

    Saturday, July 19 2014 9:19 AM EDT2014-07-19 13:19:20 GMT
    Thousands of Israeli troops in Gaza are looking for and destroying secret Hamas tunnels. This as the first full day of the Israel ground offensive comes to an end,but air strikes continue as the cease-fire has been put on hold.More >>
    Thousands of Israeli troops in Gaza are looking for and destroying secret Hamas tunnels. This as the first full day of the Israel ground offensive comes to an end,but air strikes continue as the cease-fire has been put on hold. More >>
  • Top AIDS Researcher Among Dead on Malaysia Flight

    Top AIDS Researcher Among Dead on Malaysia Flight

    Saturday, July 19 2014 9:07 AM EDT2014-07-19 13:07:57 GMT
    Joep Lange, considered one of the top AIDS researchers in the country, is among those who died when the Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down over Ukraine earlier this week. More AIDS researchers are said to have been on board. The research teamwas heading to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne when the plane was shot down.More >>
    Joep Lange, considered one of the top AIDS researchers in the country, is among those who died when the Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down over Ukraine earlier this week. More AIDS researchers are said to have been on board. The research teamwas heading to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne when the plane was shot down.More >>
  • Local Name Immortalized by New Species

    Local Name Immortalized by New Species

    Saturday, July 19 2014 8:54 AM EDT2014-07-19 12:54:06 GMT
    A newly discovered deep-sea crustacean has been named in honor of Dr. Paul Montagna of TAMUCC, who has spent his career studying marine ecosystem dynamics in the Gulf of MexicoMore >>
    A newly discovered deep-sea crustacean has been named in honor of Dr. Paul Montagna of TAMUCC, who has spent his career studying marine ecosystem dynamics in the Gulf of MexicoMore >>
  • What's In A Name? Plenty say some.

    What's In A Name? Plenty say some.

    The local Mental Health Mental Retardation clinic is undergoing repairs, and among thosechanges is a different name. Rosa's Law, signed by the president in 2010, eliminates thephrase "mental retardation" from being used in legislation, and instead replaces it with "intellectual disability."More >>
    The local Mental Health Mental Retardation clinic is undergoing repairs, and among thosechanges is a different name. Rosa's Law, signed by the president in 2010, eliminates thephrase "mental retardation" from being used in legislation, and instead replaces it with "intellectual disability."More >>
  • Police Seek Woman Suspected of Stealing Unattended Purse

    Police Seek Woman Suspected of Stealing Unattended Purse

    Police are looking to the public to help them identify a woman who was seen on surveillance cameras stealing an unattended purse from a shopping cart on Sunday, July 6, at the Walmart Supercenter on South Staples Street.More >>
    Police are looking to the public to help them identify a woman who was seen on surveillance cameras stealing an unattended purse from a shopping cart on Sunday, July 6, at the Walmart Supercenter on South Staples Street.More >>
  • Local Business Owners Challenging Assessed Street Maintenance Fee

    Local Business Owners Challenging Assessed Street Maintenance Fee

    Most business owners have simply gone ahead and paid the City's street maintenance fee without question, but so far, 15 businesses have challenged their assessed fees and won their argument, according to the City.More >>
    Most business owners have simply gone ahead and paid the City's street maintenance fee without question, but so far, 15 businesses have challenged their assessed fees and won their argument, according to the City.More >>
  • State Removes Brooks County Constable Pablo Soliz from Office

    State Removes Brooks County Constable Pablo Soliz from Office

    A Brooks County Constable was removed from office Friday for failing to show the county commissioners court that he had obtained a permanent peace officers license within 270 days of taking office.More >>
    A Brooks County Constable was removed from office Friday for failing to show the county commissioners court that he had obtained a permanent peace officers license within 270 days of taking office.More >>
  • PAAC Hosting Free Zeuter and Rabies Vaccination Clinic Sunday

    PAAC Hosting Free Zeuter and Rabies Vaccination Clinic Sunday

    People Assisting Animal Control will be hosting a free zeuter and rabies vaccination clinic from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday at their facility at 5804 Ayers Street.More >>
    People Assisting Animal Control will be hosting a free zeuter and rabies vaccination clinic from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday at their facility at 5804 Ayers Street.More >>
  • Finalist for CCISD Superintendent Speaks at Morning Conference

    Finalist for CCISD Superintendent Speaks at Morning Conference

    The Corpus Christi Independent School District is down to one finalist for the new superintendent -- Dr. Roland Hernandez, who is currently the district's chief administrative officer and assistant superintendent.More >>
    The Corpus Christi Independent School District is down to one finalist for the new superintendent -- Dr. Roland Hernandez, who is currently the district's chief administrative officer and assistant superintendent.More >>
  • March of Dimes Community Baby Shower at Our Kiii-TV Studios

    March of Dimes Community Baby Shower at Our Kiii-TV Studios

    The March of Dimes Community Baby Shower officially got underway Friday, giving people the chance to help support prenatal education and care for women in South Texas.More >>
    The March of Dimes Community Baby Shower officially got underway Friday, giving people the chance to help support prenatal education and care for women in South Texas.More >>
  • New Downtown Lights to Brighten Dark Areas of Downtown

    New Downtown Lights to Brighten Dark Areas of Downtown

    City Council members heard a proposal this week that would literally shed new light on parts of downtown and North Beach.More >>
    City Council members heard a proposal this week that would literally shed new light on parts of downtown and North Beach.More >>