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The Corpus Christi City Council opted to leave management of the American Bank Center unchanged, but made it clear they expect to see improvement. [Read More]
Texas legislators with the Coastal Bend Delegation held a forum to discuss the impact of Hurricane Harvey and plan for the long road to recovery. [Read More]
The Alice Police Department held a press conference announcing it had arrested a suspect in connection with the 1974 murder of officer Matthew Murphy. [Read More]
The city of Corpus Christi is hoping to become a state source for fresh water through a proposed seawater desalination project. [Read More]
Underwater portions of the old Tule Lake Lift Bridge were demolished and removed with the controlled detonation of explosives early Friday morning. [Read More]
Alice police traveled to Alabama on Wednesday to arrest a man believed to have been involved in the 1974 murder of Officer Matthew Murphy. [Read More]
Council members on Tuesday questioned current use of the American Bank Center and the management firm's ability to run the facility. [Read More]
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has cited Voestalpine Texas after an investigation into black dust found in and around Portland homes. [Read More]
Local officials and residents met with the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Disaster Recovery on Hurricane Harvey recovery needs. [Read More]
The Susser family is looking to get into the banking business by acquiring majority control of BancAffiliated Inc. [Read More]
A pair of Corpus Christi residents are looking to purchase the old Montgomery Ward Building at the intersection of Peoples and Chaparral Streets. [Read More]
Mayor Joe McComb recognized the Corpus Christi Hooks and the role former team members played in the Houston Astros' World Series title. [Read More]
Sutherland Springs shooter Devin Kelley spent at least two months in Kingsville while his wife attended TAMUK. [Read More]
Canales' announcement follows that of Republican county commissioner Mike Pusley, who also is running for the seat. [Read More]
Work on a new $2.5 million swimming practice facility at Calallen High School is moving along, with work scheduled for completion in early 2018. [Read More]
A technical glitch with FEMA's emergency assistance system has caused confusion with some Port Aransas residents staying at a local hotel. [Read More]
The City of Corpus Christi will review how it applies its municipal solid waste fee after concerns from roofing companies on its impact on them. [Read More]
The Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department has removed all benches at Artesian Park to curb their use by homeless individuals for sleeping. [Read More]
The City of Corpus Christi is working to change the landscape for recreational cyclists through a 290-mile Bicycle Mobility Network. [Read More]
A second federal lawsuit has been filed against Voestalpine Texas for "black material" that is claimed to have come from the company's Portland plant. [Read More]