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New election set for Kleberg County Justice of the Peace race
Kleberg County voters will finally get a chance to vote — again — to elect a justice of the peace. Six months after a visiting judge voided the results of a May runoff election in the Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace race, the date has been set for a new election. A special election for that race will be
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.
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.
Alice ISD parent says a woman tried to abduct her child in front of Noonan Elementary
An Alice ISD mother reported to Noonan Elementary School officials a woman attempted to take her daughter in front of the school on Tuesday, a letter to parents states. The mother said she was at Noonan at dismissal time when she saw another woman attempt to take her daughter, the letter states.
South Texas grandma raising four grandchildren needs help for holidays
ALICE — Even when life gets rough for Sally and her four grandkids, they'll always have family and tamales. In the past year, the kids had their lives uprooted when they were removed from their home by CPS and put in foster care.
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.
Permico to increase initial investment for plant near Robstown by $150 million
The close of a sale on more than 150 acres of land near Robstown for a natural gas liquids project from Permico Midstream Partners LLC is being delayed until early next year. While that may appear to be bad news, the delay in the closing may be a blessing in disguise — the company is planning to inc
Kleberg County may finally get to vote again in justice of the peace race
A Kleberg County justice of the peace race that had its results tossed several months ago because of evidence of voter fraud may finally be getting a new election. The 13th Court of Appeals on Tuesday denied a motion for rehearing from Esequiel "Cheque" De La Paz, the current Pct. 4 justice of the p
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.
Attempted kidnapping at AISD elementary campus
Alice Independent School District authorities were notified Tuesday afternoon that an alleged kidnapping took place at Noonan Elementary. "A parent reported to school authorities that she was at Noonan Elementary School at dismissal time, and another woman allegedly attempted to take her daughter in
Alice native doctor accepts Nobel Prize for cancer research
Dr. Jim Allison, a world-renowned cancer researcher from Alice who works at MD Anderson in Houston, accepted a Nobel Prize Monday at a ceremony in Sweden. Allison made national headlines when he was named a recipient of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, an award that was jointly awarde
Their mother chose drugs. Their grandmother chose them. Here's how to help Robstown kids.
ROBSTOWN - Ella knows it's bad to lie. So when a caseworker asked the 6-year-old about her mother she was honest. Yes, she saw her parents using drugs. Yes, she knew who supplied them.
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.
Firetruck damaged and fuel tanks stolen from Nueces County ESD
Bishop (KIII News) — On Friday, a distracted driver hit the back of one a Nueces County fire truck causing heavy damage and in the same week a thief began stealing fuel tanks off two of their other trucks in Bishop.
Santa clause shows off his new ride to kids at U.S.S. Lexington
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) — Some kids from Driscoll Children's Hospital got a special surprise from the man in the big red suit who didn't come in on his usual red sleigh. NAS-Corpus Christi hosted their "Pilot for a Day Annual Christmas Party" on Sunday.
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.
Boys HS Hoops: Coyotes win Three rivers tournament
The Alice Coyotes can now a tournament championship to their 2018-19 resume. The Alice boys won the Three Rivers tournament Saturday by beating the Sinton Pirates in the championship game, 65-61.
Robstown man, 55, sentenced to nearly 20 years for cocaine, heroin trafficking
A 55-year-old Robstown man was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for his involvement in drug trafficking, U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick announced Monday. A federal jury convicted Rolando Hinojosa for "conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and heroin, possession of 2.9 kilogram
Kids at Driscoll Children's Hospital take part in 15th Annual Holiday Spectacular
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) — Patients at Driscoll Children's Hospital got into the spirit of the holidays. Friday was the 15th Annual Holiday Spectacular where kids got a chance to perform on stage and show their creativity.