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Woman suspected of murder turns herself into police

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - A woman suspected in the Nov. 9 murder of 44-year-old Frederic Ramsey, the father of several of her children, turned herself into police Tuesday. 43-year-old Pamela Duhart is now in the Nueces County Jail on a $500,000 bond, and her attorney says she does not belong ther

KIII TV3 - 2017-11-21 23:31:47

Woman suspected in Copper Mountain murder to surrender to police

A woman who has a murder warrant out for her arrest will turn herself in to authorities, a news release from her lawyer states. Attorney Mark A. Di Carlo said Pamela Duhart, 43, was protecting herself and her home at the time of the fatal shooting of Frederick Ramsey on Copper Mountain Drive earlier

CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER - 2017-11-21 18:38:49

Police: Warrant issued for murder at Copper Mountain Drive

Corpus Christi police have issued a warrant for a 43-year-old woman who they say fatally shot a man at her home on Copper Mountain Drive earlier this month. Lt. Chris Hooper said the murder warrant for Pamela Duhart was the result of an investigation of a Nov. 9 incident that was first reported as


Here's a list of restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Corpus Christi

Some enjoy gathering at home and cooking the Thanksgiving meal for the whole family. Others enjoy simply going out to eat with the family, take home leftovers just in time for the Cowboys game - without having to worry about doing dishes - and holiday shopping. And if that's your thing, this list is

CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER - 2017-11-22 17:32:28

Latest oil and gas updates

Beeville Publishing Co. publishes oil and gas permits and completions on a weekly basis. For Goliad County for the days ofNov. 8-14,4permits were requested and/or approved and1well completions was reported. For a listing of these reports, please see this week's print issue. Beeville Publishing Co. p

MYSOUTEX.COM - 2017-11-22 15:00:00

Anonymous donation buys SWAT new gear

BEEVILLE - Police officers have ordered eight new Kevlar helmets for its special weapons and tactics team, thanks to a recent donation from a local citizen. Beeville Police Department Chief Robert Bridge said the person who wishes to remain anonymous walked into his office last week and offered to m

MYSOUTEX.COM - 2017-11-21 20:00:00

3News Special Report: School Spankings

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - The debate has been heated between parents and educators wondering if corporal punishment is an effective form of punishment. "The truth is, effective discipline isn't quick, and it isn't easy. It's a complex issue," said Mariah Boone, a social worker, and the field educ

KIII TV3 - 2017-11-22 04:19:24

Last-minute shoppers crowd area HEBs before Thanksgiving

CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) - It comes as no surprise that traffic was not only bad on highways across the country Wednesday, but at grocery stores as well. That was certainly the case at area HEB grocery stores as many of your neighbors were making last-minute purchases to prepare for Thursday's Tha

KIII TV3 - 2017-11-23 00:29:25

Mount Vernon, Burlington police officers honored

MOUNT VERNON - Dec. 15, 2016, may have started as a normal day for officers of the Burlington and Mount Vernon police departments, Mount Vernon Police Chief Jerry Dodd said, but it didn't end that way. "Unfortunately, they didn't have a normal workday, but a day that would challenge their training,

ANACORTES AMERICAN - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

Kevin Rowe killed his wife and 5-year-old child, autopsies show

Autopsies were completed on the three bodies found in a Cordata neighborhood home Monday afternoon. Whatcom County Medical Examiner Dr. Gary Goldfogel said both Tanya, 43, and Benton Rowe, 5, died from "sharp-force injuries to their necks." They were killed by Kevin Rowe, 45, Tanya's husband and Be

BELLINGHAM HERALD - 2017-11-22 20:26:00

Family evacuates as Skagit River threatens home

A family in Lyman is packing up as fast as possible as the Skagit River swiftly eats away at their property. "Over here where this tree went out was 35-40 feet of land this morning before I went to work," Richard Guidinger said. Guidinger says they're losing 10 feet of land every hour. He built his

KING-5 - 2017-11-23 01:39:37

Lions donate to canine narcotics team

The Anacortes Lions Club presented the first of an annual $500 donation to the Anacortes Police Department this month to go toward the department's narcotics detection canine unit. The donation will help pay for specialized training and handling of narcotics detection dog, T-Bone, and training of hi

GOANACORTES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Young artists visit work on display at senior center

Briana Alzola / Anacortes American The young artists from Island View Elementary School stopped by the senior center. During their tour, they stopped in at Cultured Palette, a group that gets together to paint and work on pieces of art. The kids tried their hands at different art styles with the gro

GOANACORTES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Port hosts open house on marina, new events center

The Port of Anacortes' progress in developing Cap Sante Marina's north end will be the topic of an open house and community roundtable Nov. 30 at Seafarers Memorial Building. The open house will start at 5:30 p.m. and feature results from the port's marina feasibility study, a project the port start

GOANACORTES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Trot like a turkey in school fundraiser

The Green Club of Anacortes High School hosts a Turkey Trot starting at 9 a.m. Thursday, Thanksgiving morning, at Washington Park Loop Road. Cost is $10 for participants 12 and older, and $5 for those younger. Top finishers win a turkey and pies. Funds raised will benefit to the Green Club. The Gree

GOANACORTES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Girls team up to bring favorite character to life

When young Anne Shirley - that's Anne with an e - gets off the train at Avonlea, a very bewildered Matthew Cuthbert picks her up. He and his sister Marilla were expecting a boy to help on the farm. Instead, they got a orphan girl with bright red hair, an active imagination and a fiery temper. Despit

GOANACORTES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Manhunt continues for second escaped Santa Clara County inmate in Stockton

STOCKTON - California Highway Patrol officers on Tuesday captured one of two inmates who escaped from a Palo Alto courthouse earlier this month and opened fire on the other as he fled in an SUV. An investigation by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office led authorities to suspect the two escaped in

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-11-22 16:41:50

Escaped Santa Clara inmate on the run after shootout with CHP

John Bivins was the passenger in an SUV officers tried to pull over on Interstate 5 Tuesday afternoon. After a short chase, the driver was arrested at a Walmart, but Bivins jumped into the driver's seat and drove off. "It's a wide scope, but we're still actively searching," said Sgt. Rich Glennon of

ABC7 SAN FRANCISCO - 2017-11-22 06:51:25

Santa Clara to pay $1.7M to man shot with rubber bullets

SANTA CLARA - The city of Santa Clara will pay $1.7 million to a man who suffered "life-altering" injuries after a police officer fired two rubber bullets that hit him in the head. Handed down last week, the verdict followed a jury trial in which lawyers for Austin Calhoun argued Santa Clara police

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-11-23 02:06:18

First Sister Cities Delegation from Limerick Visits Santa Clara

Santa Clara has hosted the first delegation of exchange students and teachers from Limerick, Ireland to visit Santa Clara since the Sister Cities agreement between Limerick and Santa Clara was established Aug. 1, 2014. The delegation of 12 students and three teachers from Thomond Community College (

SANTACLARAWEEKLY.COM - 2017-11-22 04:00:53