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More than 600 victims of crashes involving recalled General Motors cars have gone to federal court seeking compensation from the automaker.
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Wednesday and Thursday are Weather Aware days due to the potential for locally heavy rainfall.
While cities across the United States continue to feel the effects of the Great Recession, Texas leads the country in recession recovery, a recent WalletHub study found.
Robert and Norma Schendel of Yorktown turned the hat trick as all three of their children graduated this year.
A Texas man has been added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list by the The Texas Department of Public Safety.
A reward of up to $3,000 is being offered for information about a violent sex offender who is now wanted for a parole violation and failure to comply with his sex offender registration.
The Vickers ranch is crossed by a steel pipe as thick as a man's calf. It delivers crude oil from a cluster of south Texas oilfields known as the Vicksburg Fault Zone to refineries in the subtropical waterfront city of Corpus Christi.
Construction has begun on Voestalpine's dock, which will span 1,030 feet. The dock will be finished in April of next year.
An 18-year old Corpus Christi man is sitting in the Nueces County Jail facing charges of capital murder and assault family violence.
Two people are recovering in an area hospital after being stabbed and pistol whipped at a local hotel overnight.
The Corpus Christi City Council will decide Tuesday whether to approve the language for the 2014 bond that will go before voters in the fall.
A Border Patrol agent sexually molested a Mexican woman twice while she was restrained in a hospital bed, and the Department of Homeland Security deported her before it completed an investigation of her complaint, she claims in court.
The 7th annual "Salute to the Military" luncheon will be held on August 27th, at the Omni Hotel, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Former Chief of Counterintelligence C.I.A., James Olson, is the guest speaker.
Ethanol and other biofuel mandates and subsidies got started when politicians bought into claims that we are rapidly depleting our petroleum, and fossil-fuel-driven global warming is boiling the planet.
The Nueces County Sheriff's Office will notify the judges when releasing inmates who were assigned to their courts.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 08:43 am
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