The Kleberg County District Attorney may choose to file charges against the animal rescue that apparently has a Kingsville federal police agent’s dog and former K9 partner
January 24, 2019
The Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority is working on re-designing their system. “The community is growing, the demographics and the areas of where people
The heaviest of rain is forecast to fall to the south of the Coastal Bend, but showers and a couple of storms will be possible
The Corpus Christi Housing Authority, which receives part of its funding from the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, provides low income, Section 8 housing to residents on limited budgets.
Animal rescue organization offers free pet services to government employees affected by the shutdown
An organization that specializes in helping animals is also helping workers affected by the partial government shutdown.
Corpus Christi Police are in a standoff at the Princess Apartments at Mann and Water Street. Some downtown streets have been closed while police
Just before 1 p.m., a dump truck snagged power lines in the 4100 block of Wildcat Drive, taking down three power poles and knocking out power to Calallen High School and several businesses in the area.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush has announced that due to the federal government shutdown, the Veterans Land Board unanimously voted to place a freeze on loan payments for federal employees who are veterans and hold a home or land loan with the Veterans Land Board.
Donation drives are being held throughout the area this weekend, and organizers are asking the community to contribute anything they can to help government employees who may be struggling to make ends meet.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday he can’t understand why some federal workers who are working without pay or who have been furloughed during the continuing partial government shutdown are turning to food banks and homeless shelters to try to provide for themselves and their families.
For one hour on Tuesday, customers can bring home the bacon for free from McDonald’s.
Perfect scores are at the top of Thursday’s Kitchen Cops Report.
Sixty-five-year-old Joie Henney, of York Haven, says his registered emotional support animal named Wally likes to snuggle and give hugs, despite being a 5-foot-long alligator.
The constable was taken to the hospital with complaints of neck pain.
Investigators said Xaver called police from inside the SunTrust Bank branch Wednesday, saying “I have shot five people.”