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Donna Lowery grabbed her purse off her Flour Bluff dining table two days after Mother's Day and headed out the door to appease her husband's request she be checked at an emergency room.
Four high school girlfriends with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts attend their long-awaited prom in "The Marvelous Wonderettes," which opens Friday at the Aurora Arts Theatre.
Longoria was born and raised in Three Rivers, Texas. During the early '40s, Felix Longoria and his wife Beatrice moved to Corpus Christi, where opportunities for employment were abundant.
The Corpus Christi Police, Fire and Parks & Recreation departments have put in place their plans to ensure a safe 2014 Spring Break.
While cooler than usual weather may delay the wildflower season in some parts of Texas, the good news is that many areas should have great blooms, and a few already show the first stirrings of spring.
A 21 year- old woman who was tied up and robbed late Wednesday by three men in a Water Street parking garage told police she recognized one of the men, Corpus Christi Senior Police Officer Kirk Stowers said.
The Corpus Christi Police Department is asking for the public to call in reports if you see anyone drinking alcohol that is underage in March.
Since 2010, Ashley has landed on the competitive wake surfing podium more than 28 times, a feat that no other athlete can claim.
MIke Baird/Caller-Times Area leaders representing business, homeowners, tourism, realtors and homeowners rallied Thursday on Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce steps to seek support against proposed windstorm changes.
An ex-U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas has been indicted in the fatal shooting of a man he believed had an affair with his estranged wife.
This winter's polar vortex, arctic blast, and Deep South snow have us yearning for days of summer, sitting by the pool, and soaking in the sun.
The Texas Primary election got off to a late start in parts of the state due to icy weather.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Maisie Crow, 32, graduated from Ray High School and will screen part of her documentary film Wednesday at the Art Museum of South Texas.
By Rey Castillo Sports Reporter Kirsten Alaniz, 17, knows the importance of being the best, and what it takes to get there, including leaving blood, sweat and tears behind during training.