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Former Corpus Christi radio host lands new show on HGTV
He works forMirabal Montalvo & Associates, his family's real estate firm, based in Corpus Christi.
Man shot in home, rushed to hospital
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Corpus Christi adopts green painted sidewalk bike paths
Corpus Christi (KIII News) — If you are driving down Ennis Joslin in Corpus Christi, you might notice part of the sidewalk is green. It turns out, that's a bike track.
Woman pleads guilty to voter fraud, sentenced to five days in jail
"We take voter fraud very seriously. We are going to do everything that we can to protect your vote, and to protect the integrity of our elections," Sands said.
Ingleside man accused of killing father arrested
Ryan Gene Beard is accused of killing his father, Brian Beard, last week. His father's body was found around 9:45 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at a residence in the 2300 block of Palm Drive in Ingleside.
Police investigate drive-by shooting that struck residence, vehicle
As of Monday afternoon, the police had no leads. If you have any information, please call them at 361-886-2600.
Stripes stores damaged by Hurricane Harvey to open nearly a year later
Nearly a year later, three of those sores will open their doors to customers, according to a news release.
What was the big secret on John Ward’s island?
In the 1940s, there was plenty of news coverage of the Naval Air Station, under rules of wartime censorship, but of Ward Island not a peep.
Man tries to turn at red light, hits jeep
According to the officers, there were two dogs inside the car, and one of those dogs did not make it.
Meet Bruce Wilson, Miller High School's new principal
Buy PhotoMiller High school's new principal Bruce Wilson talks to the male coaches at new school before the start of the new school year on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018.(Photo: Courtney Sacco/Caller-Times,)
Corpus Christi's La Palmera mall confirms Hollister store opening before Christmas
Hollister, a clothing store with a California-inspired aesthetic, will open at Corpus Christi's La Palmera mall before the holiday shopping season, according to a news release.
Harvest Season in Texas | Damsel In Dior
Last week we headed down to my hometown in Taft, Texas to shoot some content forCotton Inc.This marks my third year working withCotton Inc.as a brand ambassador and I’m not only thrilled with the partnership, but I love that it gives me a great excuse to go home for harvest season year after year.
Family reacts to arrest made in Robstown toddler's death
The Sanchez family was estranged from the toddler's mother, Chastity Herrera, during the time of Arabella's death but said if they had been part of her life, maybe they could have been able to protect her.
Coastal Bend Bays Foundation host forum about Port of Corpus Christi
"There are interested parties that range from local groups, to fisherman, to academics to business and industry and that's the purpose of the coastal issues forum to bring all of those interested parties together," said Danielle Converse, president of the Coastal Bend Bays.
Nueces County leaders to talk axing old courthouse deal
Now, Nueces County commissioners are considering whether to terminate a sale agreement with the company. The company — Nueces County Courthouse Development Partners LLC — was to have paid the back taxes owed on the old courthouse by 5 p.m. on Friday, a deadline put in place by County Judge Loyd Neal
Former TAMUCC professor, Mexican-American studies advocate, Leo Carrillo, dies
Antonio E. Garcia, who escaped the Mexican Revolution as a teen, studied at the Art Institute of Chicago before settling in Corpus Christi. His murals and frescoes can be found throughout the area.Allison Ehrlich/Caller-Times
Corpus Christi boy overcoming rare speech disorder
"I mean it's kind of terrifying because you don't know like is my kid ever gonna be able to talk?" said Clinton's mother, Jessica Williams.
CCISD accused of 'challenging the employment of deaf educators'
Linda Lugo is a teacher at Faye Webb Elementary School. She is also deaf. It was at the school where she saw a need for Spanish speakers to learn sign language. So she took action and created a class for Spanish speakers, with relatives that are deaf, to learn the language.Alexandria Rodriguez/Corpu
Adopt Tina on Paws for Pets
CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) — This week on Paws for Pets, Kristin Diaz visitsPAAC, People Assisting Animal Control.
Corpus Christi police arrest 11 women in prostitution sting
The women solicited an undercover Corpus Christi police officer for sex acts in exchange for money, a Friday news release states. The operation targeted several north and west side neighborhoods that police say were frequented by prostitutes, the release states.