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Here's what's at risk in the Texas Obamacare ruling
(CNN)Whether you know it or not, Obamacare has affected nearly every American. The Affordable Care Act does far more than allow millions of people to get health insurance through exchanges or Medicaid expansion.
Collins says Texas court ruling on ACA 'will be overturned on appeal'
Washington (CNN)Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins predicted Sunday that a Texas judge's decision striking down Obamacare would likely be overturned. "I think this will be overturned on appeal," Collins said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." She added, "There's no reason why the individual mand
Remains of Two Migrants Discovered in Texas — 80 Miles from Border
Sheriff’s deputies in a Texas county located 80 miles from the U.S.-Mexico Border reported the recovery of two migrants’ remains who apparently died attempting to circumvent the Falfurrias Border Patrol Checkpoint.
S-T wins fourth straight with rout of Kaufer
RIVIERA – With the start of district play looming, the Skidmore-Tynan Lady Cats routed Kaufer Friday night. Skidmore outscored the hosts by at least eight in each of the first three periods en route to a 56-30 win.
Who can clear the high bar set by A&M-Kingsville's Steven Tallant?
Count us among the legions who didn't want to see Texas A&M University-Kingsville president Steven Tallant retire. A listing of his accomplishments would be enough to explain why. But it wouldn't begin to tell the real story.
TAMUK President gives last commencement speech before retiring
KINGSVILLE, Texas (Kiii News) — Students at Texas A&M University-Kingsville walked the stage Friday during their 2018 Fall Commencement. It was an extra special commencement ceremony for TAMUK President Dr. Steven Tallant. It was his last as university president before he retires at the end of the m
Texas border-area officials could get a funding boost to help ID human remains
After nearly a decade as Brooks County’s top lawman, there are two statistics that still stand out to Sheriff Urbino “Benny” Martinez: 129 and 670,000. The first is the number of human remains discovered in the South Texas county in 2012, when a record number of undocumented immigrants perished in t
Zents, Dinicola named South Texas college baseball players of the year
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Harrison Dinicola and Ashley Smith, as well as Texas A&M-Kingsville's Levi Zents and Roxy Chapa, will be honored as college players of the year at the 15th annual South Texas Winter Baseball Banquet.
Javs & Isles Represented at Winter Banquet
CORPUS CHRISTI - Collegiate standouts Levi Zents and Roxy Chapa of Texas A&M-Kingsville and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Harrison DiNicola and Ashley Smith will be recognized at the 15th annual South Texas Winter Baseball Banquet, set for January 24 at the Omni Corpus Christi Hotel.
'Santa' shot at while driving on Texas freeway: report
One Texas man won’t appear on Santa Claus’ “Nice List” after opening fire Tuesday on another man dressed up as Santa. A man wearing a Santa costume, whose identity remains unknown but was identified by police as "Santa," and his wife – referred to by police as "Mrs. Claus" – were driving home when t
Three Migrants Found Dead near Texas Border in As Many Days
Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents and local law enforcement recovered the bodies or remains of three deceased migrants in as many days. A local resident found a set of human remains on a ranch located about 80 miles north from the Texas-Mexico border.
Here's why Kingsville's existing driver license office is closing
The Texas Department of Public Safety will be permanently closing its driver license office in Kingsville, but residents in that area will be getting a new one a few days later.
Family donates man's airplane model collection to NAS-Kingsville
Kingsville (KIII News) — One Houston man's collection of model airplanes now has a new home on board the Naval Air Station Kingsville. Each airplane represents the history of naval aviation.
Shop with a Cop program takes over Kingsville
Kingsville (KIII News) — The Shop with a Cop program went down to Kingsville Friday for their first of two trips during their program. "What is the most exciting part so far finding clothes," 10-year-old Michelle Marcos said.
TEXANA READS: Biography of trailblazing S. Texas doctor Spohn full of fascinating details
We all know the name Spohn. It’s emblazoned on the medical centers of the Christus Spohn Health System throughout South Texas.
TAMUK throws president's retirement party for Dr. Steven Tallant
Kingsville (KIII News) — It was not goodbye at Texas A&M University-Kingsville but see you later for the president as he celebrated his retirement.
November Garden Spot of the month
The Kingsville Garden Club recognizes the yard of Hector and Debra Rivas as the November Garden Spot of the Month. The house is located at 1798 The Park Drive, in the Wildwood Trails Subdivision. Hector is a home builder with Kingsville Quality Homes.