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Toy manufacturer Hasbro announces pilot recycling program

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PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) - Toy manufacturer Hasbro is launching a pilot toy recycling program.   

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Driver in deadly immigrant smuggling case gets life sentence

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The driver of a big rig involved in the deaths of 10 smuggled immigrants in Texas last year was sentenced Friday to life in prison.  

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H-E-B giving free reusable bags to celebrate Earth Day

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H-E-B will celebrate Earth Day by giving away 185,000 colorful reusable bags to customers across Texas. According to H-E-B, customers can visit any H-E-B in Texas on Sunday, April 22, to receive their complimentary Earth Day bag, which was designed by a Texas artist and made from at least 80 percent recycled plastic bottles. 

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Weekly Road Closures April 21-27

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The city of Corpus Christi has released the weekly road closures for the week of April 21-27. 

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Mourners lining up to pay final respects to Barbara Bush

Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush lies in repose at St. Martin's Episcopal Church Friday, April 20, 2018, in Houston, prior to the public visitation. Bush died Tuesday at her Houston home, she was 92. photo: CBS News Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush lies in repose at St. Martin's Episcopal Church Friday, April 20, 2018, in Houston, prior to the public visitation. Bush died Tuesday at her Houston home, she was 92. photo: CBS News
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HOUSTON (AP) - A spray of flowers covered the closed silver casket of former first lady Barbara Bush in the sanctuary of a Houston church as hundreds of mourners began arriving Friday to pay their final respects.  

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Democratic leader seeks to make pot legal under federal law

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The top Senate Democrat says he now supports making pot legal under federal law.      New York Sen. Chuck Schumer says he'll introduce a bill taking marijuana off the federal list of controlled substances - in effect decriminalizing its use.      Instead, his bill would let states decide how to treat marijuana possession. Under the measure, the federal government would still enforce laws against moving pot into states where it's illegal ... More>>

Fake Starbucks coupons circulating on social media

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Fake Starbucks coupons are being circulated on social media, just days after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia store.  The coupons promise free coffee to African American customers. Images of the coupons are being shared on a website that gained notoriety during the 2016 presidential election.

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1 injured, suspect in custody in Florida school shooting

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OCALA , Fla. (AP) - One student shot another in the ankle at a Florida high school and the suspected shooter is in custody, authorities said Friday.      The Marion County Sheriff's Office reported that the shooting happened Friday morning at Forest High School, which was put on lockdown. The injured student, a male, was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening injury. 

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420's long, strange trip to pot holiday began in California

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By PAUL ELIAS Associated Press    SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) - Friday is April 20, or 4/20. That's the numerical code for marijuana's high holiday, a homage to pot's enduring appeal and universal slang for smoking.    Festivities are planned worldwide, culminating with a synchronized smoke at 4:20 p.m.    How the marijuana-loving world came to mark the occasion is believed traceable to five Northern California men now in their 60s with bad backs and grayin... More>>

CCISD: District respects free speech, will allow students to walkout

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High schools across the Corpus Christi Independent School District and nationwide are planning to walk out of class today in the name of school safety. CCISD supports these students, saying the district will always respect free speech.  CCISD Director of Communications Leanne Winkler Libby gave this statement: CCISD shares students' concerns about school safety, and the district will always respect free speech. Friday classes will follow their usual schedule. High school camp... More>>

"Grandma Killer" captured in South Padre Island

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Law enforcement recieved a tip that Lois Reiss was in South Padre Island, Texas.  

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Hundreds of school walkouts planned on Columbine anniversary

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Another wave of school walkouts is expected as students honor victims of gun violence and push for gun control.   

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IceRays crush Mudbugs to stay alive

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With their backs against the wall, the IceRays got off to a terrific start on Thursday night and never looked back, completing a convincing 5-1 victory against the Shreveport Mudbugs to live to fight another day.

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Crews spend hours putting out Sinton wild fire

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It took fire crews from eight counties to help extinguish a brush fire in the Sinton area Thursday.  Crews from Rockport, Beeville, Skidmore, Gregory, Ingleside, Sinton, Odem and Taft combined efforts and equipment to put the fire out. 

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Marine store vandalized by teens

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A group of teens are accused of causing about $10,000 dollars in damages to local businesses and cops are looking for them. 

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Local roofing contractor says never give a contractor money before the job starts

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It's a situation that happens much too often. You, the homeowner hire a contractor to fix. Let's say a roof damaged by Hurricane Harvey. You give the contractor money. Only to find the contractor do little to no work and vanish, like your hard earned cash. If your home was damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Texas law is on your side. In the Business and Commerce Code Chapter 58, it states in Disaster Remediation Contracts, "a contractor may not require a person to make full or par...

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Credit card skimmer found at area Valero

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The Valero gas station at the 13000 block of Leopard near Five Points and its customers were recently a target of credit card thieves. 

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Volunteers wanted for Adopt-A-Beach annual clean up

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The Texas General Land Office is looking for volunteers this Saturday for the nation’s biggest all-volunteer coastal cleanup. 

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Southwest pilot trained as naval pilot in Beeville

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The Southwest pilot who made the incredible emergency landing on Tuesday has ties to the Coastal Bend.  An engine exploded on Flight 1380 - from New York to Dallas - just 30 minutes after takeoff.

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Balchuck Ln. murder suspect appears in court

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One of the six suspects in the Balchuck lane double murder was in court this morning. A brief hearing was held at the Nueces County Jail for 26-year-old Jordan Gosson. Gosson has been charged with capital murder in the deaths of Arturo and Miriam Lopez. The Lopez' were shot during a home invasion on Balchuck Lane on April 2. During today's hearing, Gosson was told of the charge he's facing, and his bond was set at  $1 million. ?Gosson told the judge he's hired an attorney to... More>>

$4.5M in narcotic smuggling attempts stopped by Falfurrias Border Patrol Agents

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Two separate busts yesterday led to Border Patrol agents in Falfurrias seizing more than 135 pound of narcotics. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, on April 18, agents assigned to the Falfurrias Checkpoint referred a Chrysler Town and Country passenger car, occupied by two U.S. citizens, to the secondary inspection area. Inside the vehicle, agents discovered eight bundles of methamphetamine weighing over 45 pounds and worth an estimated $1.5 million. Both the drugs an... More>>

UIL: State High School Football Championships games to include instant replay

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The University Interscholastic League will use instant replay at all UIL Football State Championship games beginning in 2018.  

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Kitchen Cops: April 19th

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There are several perfect scores and one C-list restaurant in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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Gas price average up across Texas

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(AAA) - The statewide gas price average in Texas is now $2.52 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch.  That price is seven cents more than last week and is 25 cents more per gallon compared to this day last year. 

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Homeowner finds naked intruder in her tub, eating Cheetos

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MONROE, La. (AP) - Police in Louisiana say a woman came home to discover a naked stranger in her tub, eating her Cheetos while taking a bath.      A Monroe police affidavit says 29-year-old Evelyn Washington was arrested on burglary and property damage charges.    

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It's (another) boy! Michigan family with 13 sons gets No. 14

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ROCKFORD, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan couple with 13 sons has welcomed a 14th into the family.    The Grand Rapids Press reports Jay and Kateri Schwandt's latest addition was born Wednesday evening, five days before the baby's expected due date. WOOD-TV reports the boy weighs 8 pounds, 4 ounces (about 3.7 kilograms) and is 21 inches (53 centimeters) long.    Jay Schwandt was happy that mom and baby had a safe delivery. The baby's name hasn't been announced.  

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CCPD: Driver causes head-on collision after falling asleep at wheel

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A woman fell asleep while driving and hit another vehicle head-on this morning.  It just was before 4:30 a.m. when officers say a woman driving a white car drifted into oncoming traffic after falling asleep at the wheel. She struck a red truck head-on.  Two people in the truck were taken to the hospital with complaints of back pain. The driver of the white car was not injured. She will be ticketed. Weber Road was shut down at Holly Road in order for crews to cle... More>>

Man pleads guilty to murder of local gunshop owner

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One of the men involved in the 2016 robbery and murder of a local gun shop owner will spend the next two decades in prison. 

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Local signings at Moody and Calallen

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It's a moment that takes years of hard work to achieve, so when signing day finally arrives it means more then a signature on a dotted line. 

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The Latest: Southwest pilots: 'Our hearts are heavy'

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Latest on the plane that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia (all times local):     

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3 former US Army soldiers convicted in contract killing

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NEW YORK (AP) - A former U.S. Army sniper and two other ex-American soldiers were convicted Wednesday in the contract killing of a real estate agent in the Philippines for an international crime boss who thought the woman had cheated him on a land deal.  

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Slightly Cooler and Breezier for the end of the Week

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Isolated to scattered showers will be possible on Thursday and Friday. Our next front will arrive Saturday night into Sunday morning; we will see improved rain and thunderstorm chances with the arrival of that front. We may see some showers lingering Sunday morning. However, by Sunday afternoon we should see clearing skies as drier air moves in.  A front will move through overnight. There is a slight chance of showers overnight as it moves through. However, most of may not see a... More>>

Wife of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich dies

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The wife of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has died. 

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Wheel of Shame: April 18th

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Every Wednesday, Action 10 has teams up with Crime Stoppers and the Nueces County Sheriff's Office to put Nueces County's most wanted fugitives behind bars. 

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Three more charged in Balchuck Lane murders

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Three more people have been charged in connection to a double homicide on Balchuck Lane. 

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Woman says airline made her toss shell casings from her father's funeral

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The Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery is the final resting place of many of our brave veterans. 

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Crime Of The Week: April 18th

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A crook gets caught on camera stealing from the same business twice. Corpus Christi Police need you help putting him behind bars. It's the Crime of the Week. 

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Whataburger welcomes Buc Days by giving away Whataburgers

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Want to win free Whataburger for a year? Tonight, you will have your chance. 

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Corpus Christi's Jeremy Jordan at to perform at Pops in the Park

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When it comes to family entertainment, nothing beats the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra's annual Pops in the Park. The outdoor community concert takes place at Whataburger Field Saturday, April 21st and this year's theme is "Reach for the Stars." In addition to the return of Guest Conductor and local resident Lee Gwozdz, Pops in the Park will also welcome as its special guest, Corpus Christi native Jeremy Jord...

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Barbara Bush personal scrapbook show photos of visits to Corpus Christi

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A former First Lady of the United States of America and relentless proponent of family literacy, Barbara Pierce Bush, passed away Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at the age of 92. Mrs. Bush married George H.W. Bush in January of 1945. In 1943, Mr. Bush earned his wings at Naval Air Station- Corpus Christi, and the couple has an extensive history here. Below is a photo of President George H.W. Bush with his aviation cadet class in Corpus Christi, 1943. Mrs. Bush loved taking photograph... More>>

CCPD takes down suspected weed dealers

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Corpus Christi Police have wrapped up a month’s long investigation into drug dealing in the Flour Bluff area. According to CCPD, Narcotics and Vice Division officers served a search warrant at a home on the 1200 block of Baywood Lane in Flour Bluff yesterday.  Investigators say the search resulted in the seizure of nearly three pounds of hydroponic marijuana, one-and-a-half ounces of THC wax, approximately one ounce of THC oil and three-quarters of an ounce of THC edibles... More>>

Wheel Of Shame Arrest: April 18th

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One more Wheel Of Shame fugitive is off the streets. 

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Olympic gymnast sues Michigan State, USA Gymnastics

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Wieber was on the "Fierce Five" team that won gold in 2012.

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Meth trafficker handed hefty sentence

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On July 26, 2017, law enforcement officers had received information that a vehicle would be travelling from Dallas to deliver methamphetamine to a location in Corpus Christi. As agents were conducting surveillance, Cipriano arrived at the location, at which time officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop of the vehicle. He then quickly fled the location, but Cipriano was quickly apprehended a short distance away without incident.

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Feds seek rule change for drugmakers to battle opioid crisis

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The new limits will encourage manufacturers to be vigilant and help DEA respond to the changing drug threat environment, the statement said. It added that the changes also will protect U.S. residents from potentially addictive drugs while ensuring enough opioids exist for concrete medical, scientific, research and industrial needs.

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Owner of local business sentenced for credit card fraud, ID theft

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - The owner of American Auto Pros in Corpus Christi has been ordered to federal prison after admitting he used numerous credit card accounts belonging to others in order to obtain things of value without authorization, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick. Antonio Arteaga, 38, of Corpus Christi, pleaded guilty Nov. 2, 2017, to one count of credit card fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft. Tuesday, Senior U.S. District Judge Hilda G. Tagle handed A... More>>

Target stores offers drive-up service in Florida, Texas

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MIAMI (AP) - Target stores in Florida and Texas are now offering drive-up service.

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Rio Grande Valley border projects underway

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will immediately begin reaching out to stakeholders and landowners for rights of entry to begin real estate, environmental, and design planning to install gates along the existing border wall, construct new access roads, and to construct new border wall.

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Meghan's choice: Will a royal tiara grace the big day?

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LONDON (AP) - Meghan Markle hasn't said if she will wear a tiara at her upcoming royal wedding, but if she does she'll be able to choose from one of the world's most remarkable jewelry collections.

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Germany: 7 arrested in raids on sex traffickers

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BERLIN (AP) - German authorities say they have raided 62 properties and arrested seven people in an investigation of an alleged trafficking ring set up to bring Thai women and transsexuals to Germany to work as prostitutes.

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Corpus Christi man describes Southwest flight #1380 he was passenger on

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A Corpus Christi couple was on the frightful Southwest plane that made an emergency landing Tuesday and one person died from injuries on board.  

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Initial lease agreement approved for sports complex

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Council members of City Hall approved the first reading on a lease agreement for a new regional sports complex to be built on the Southside. 

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"Dragon Breath" snack growing in popularity

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If you've ever wanted to breathe out smoke like a dragon, now you can while eating the latest food trend to sweep the nation.   

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Barbara Bush brought plainspoken, grandmotherly style to DC

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HOUSTON (AP) - Barbara Bush didn't hesitate to tell people that her trademark pearl necklaces were fake. Americans liked that everything else about the snowy-haired first lady was real.     

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IRS gives taxpayers extra day to file after website issues

The deadline to file your federal income tax return is April 18th. The deadline to file your federal income tax return is April 18th.
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Americans are getting an extra day to file their taxes after key elements of the IRS website crashed on deadline day.  

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Less Windy on Wednesday

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Isolated showers and storms return to the forecast on Thursday and Friday. Our next front will arrive late Saturday into early Sunday, we will see improved rain and thunder chances will the arrival of this front. Friday will be breezy. But first, tonight will be warm and breezy with increasing cloud coverage and moisture. Small craft advisory conditions are in effect for our area beaches. Low of 68 for Corpus.   Wednesday will be mostly sunny and warm with less wind! SSE w...

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Three men in jail accused of Balchuck Lane murders

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Three men are in custody accused of the murder of a couple during a home invasion on Balchuck Lane.   

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IRS payment site fails on tax day, extensions to be granted

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Americans who waited until the last day to pay their taxes online got an unwelcome surprise: The IRS website to make payments and access other key services is down. The IRS still expects Americans to pay their taxes but U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says extensions will be granted to those impacted when the site is up again.

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One dead after jetliner apparently blows an engine in flight

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A Southwest Airlines jet apparently blew an engine at 30,000 feet and got hit by shrapnel that smashed a window and damaged the fuselage Tuesday, killing a passenger and injuring seven others, authorities said.   

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Starbucks to close stores for an afternoon for bias training

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NEW YORK (AP) - Starbucks, trying to tamp down a racially charged uproar over the arrest of two black men at one of its stores in Philadelphia, plans to close more than 8,000 U.S. stores for several hours next month to conduct racial-bias training for its nearly 175,000 workers.      The announcement Tuesday comes after the arrests sparked protests and calls for a boycott on social media. Starbucks says the stores and corporate offices will be closed on the afternoon of... More>>

Voting underway for 2018 Local's List

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The Bend Magazine is asking YOU to vote for the best of the best in the Coastal Bend. Every year, the magazine asks its readers to help them compile a list of the top local businesses, restaurants, people, and services in our area. Voting is divided into 4 categories. Arts & Culture Food, Drink, & Nightlife Health, Shopping, & Beauty Entertainment & Media Each of the categories has multiple subcategories. In the Entertainment & Media section, there is a ...

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Extended red snapper season projected by TPWD

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Texas fishermen will see a 40-day increase in this year’s red snapper season. Beginning June 1, under an agreement between the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the National Marine Fisheries Service, private recreational anglers fishing in federal waters off the Texas coast will see a projected 82-day red snapper season. The projected 82-day season applies to federal waters. TPWD says state waters, extending out 9 miles, are expected to remain open year-round. 

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Ford announces switch to Mustang beginning at Daytona in '19

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Ford is bringing its Mustang to NASCAR's top series for the first time. The American automaker said Tuesday the Mustang will replace the Fusion in the Monster Energy Cup Series beginning next February at Daytona International Speedway. NASCAR team owner Roger Penkse slipped earlier this year, divulging that Ford would have a new body in 2019. Ford Mustang Comes to NASCAR Cup Series in 2019

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Kitchen Cops: April 17th

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There's some good news and some not so good news in Tuesday's edition of Kitchen Cops.

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Marijuana-based drug gets positive review from US agency

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WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. health officials say a closely watched medicine made from the marijuana plant significantly reduces seizures in children with severe forms of epilepsy and warrants approval in the country.

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US home building rose slightly in March, led by apartments

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U.S. builders broke ground on more apartment buildings last month, pushing up overall home construction 1.9 percent.

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Michigan official: Tugboat damaged Great Lakes pipelines

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MACKINAW CITY, Mich. (AP) - Michigan's attorney general says a tugboat dragged its anchor as it passed through the waterway connecting Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, causing recent damage to underwater oil and electrical lines.

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Miller grad Eva Longoria earns star on Walk of Fame

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Actress and activist Eva Longoria received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday. Helping unveil the star at the ceremony was "Desperate Housewives" co-star Felicity Huffman, singer Ricky Martin, and actress Anna Faris. The ceremony was held in connection with the May 4th release of Longoria's latest film, "Overboard." Longoria began her TV career in 2000 as a flight attendant on an episode of "Beverly Hills, 9-0-2-1-0." She later went on t... More>>

Headless doll triggers major police operation in Germany

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BERLIN (AP) - An apparent headless body that prompted a major police operation in southern Germany has turned out to be a doll.

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Texas man found guilty in death, dismemberment of student

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A Texas jury on Monday convicted a man of killing a college student who was found dismembered, burned and with her heart cut out - rejecting a defense attorney's argument that her client panicked only after the woman died during consensual sex.    

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Counterfeit cosmetics seized in LA contained lead, feces

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles police say $700,000 worth of counterfeit cosmetics seized from vendors in downtown's fashion district have tested positive for bacteria, lead and traces of animal feces.  

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Group: Border Patrol releases mother taking son to surgery

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HOUSTON (AP) - An advocacy group says the Border Patrol has released a Mexican woman in the U.S. illegally who was detained for roughly 18 hours after accompanying her 4-year-old son to a San Antonio hospital.    

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Trophy Night

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Tonight, the Houston Astros’ World Series Championship Trophy will be on display at Whataburger Field. 

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Robert Durst faces photos of slain friend in life, in death

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A black-and-white photo displayed on a courtroom wall Monday provided a stark reminder of how much had changed in Robert Durst's life over nearly four decades.  

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Increasing Temperatures and Plenty of Wind in the Short-Term Forecast

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Multistate E. coli outbreak traced to lettuce from Arizona

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YUMA, Ariz. (AP) - The Centers for Disease Control says a multistate E. coli outbreak that has sickened nearly three dozen people is linked to lettuce grown in Arizona.     

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'Night Court' star Harry Anderson, 65, found dead in home

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Harry Anderson, the actor best known for playing an off-the-wall judge working the night shift of a Manhattan court room in the televised comedy series "Night Court," has been found dead in his North Carolina home.     

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Troubleshooters: Disabled Roof

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A home really, messed up by Harvey, has a Flour Bluff couple calling the Troubleshooters for help. The couple, both disabled, say they paid a contractor nearly $8,000.00 to put a new roof, and make some other repairs, on their home. 

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Rare bird spotted at South Texas Botanical Garden

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The South Texas Botanical Garden has made some birding history. A rare bird was spotted there Saturday morning. It's known as the Northern Jacana; the last documented Texas sighting was in Hidalgo County in October 2016. The Northern Jacana which was spotted here was still foraging at the Botanical Garden's Gator Lake today. The sighting happened just days before Corpus Christi's second Annual "Birdiest Festival in America." More>>

Kendrick Lamar the 1st rapper to win Pulitzer

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NEW YORK (AP) - Rapper Kendrick Lamar's "DAMN." has won the Pulitzer Prize for music. It's the first non-classical or jazz work to win the award. The Pulitzer board on Monday called the album a work that captures the complexity of African-American life.

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Brewster Street to open south side location

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A new dining and entertainment venue is coming to the city’s south side. The owners of Brewster Street Icehouse have submitted plans to build another location at the corner of Staples Street and Holly Road. Brewster’s Street owners say the new venue, Brewster Street Southside, will be a more family friendly, restaurant based location. The City of Corpus Christi's Development Services Department says they will review zoning changes and permits required for the p... More>>

Minor earthquakes rattle Silicon Valley, California farmland

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Two minor earthquakes a few minutes apart shook farmland in the southern San Joaquin Valley and wilderness east of Silicon Valley.   

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NFL to prohibit use of certain helmets for 1st time

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NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL for the first time is prohibiting certain helmets from being worn by players.      In notifying the 32 teams Monday, the league has sought to have players stop using 10 helmet varieties. Some of those, particularly those manufactured by Rawlings, no longer are being made and don't have support from the company. Others were found to as inferior to many of the 34 helmets the NFL and the players' union examined. 

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Granddaughter: Barbara Bush is 'a fighter,' in good spirits

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HOUSTON (AP) - Former first lady Barbara Bush, who was reported in "failing health" over the weekend, is in "great spirits" and the family is grateful for "everybody's prayers and thoughts," her granddaughter said Monday.      Bush family spokesman Jim McGrath said in a news release Sunday that "Mrs. Bush, now age 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care" at home in Houston fo... More>>

Oklahoma teen faces trial in killing of parents, 3 siblings

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TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The younger of two brothers accused of fatally stabbing their parents and three siblings inside their Oklahoma home is scheduled to go on trial Monday.

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Protesters at Starbucks chant company is 'anti-black'

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - About two dozen chanting protesters have entered a Philadelphia Starbucks where two black men were arrested after store employees called 911 to say they were trespassing.

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Comey speculates Russians may have damaging info on Trump

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Former FBI Director James Comey says he thinks it's possible the Russians have compromising information on President Donald Trump, that there is "some evidence of obstruction of justice" in the president's actions and that Trump is "morally unfit" for office.

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Driver hits police car, takes CCPD on chase

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Corpus Christi Police followed the car at speeds up to nearly 60 miles per hour.

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Fire crews respond to grass fire along the Crosstown Expressway

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Several people called 911 after seeing a grass fire spreading along the Crosstown Expressway. Firefighters were called around 12:45 pm Sunday morning. According to firefighters, the grass fire may have been caused by either a cigarette or a vehicle that pulled into the grassy area off of the freeway. CCFD Captain Frank Solansky says some people who saw the fire while driving, pulled over and tried to put out the grass fire. "We do appreciate that we don't w... More>>

Truck pulled out of Packery Channel by CCPD Dive Team

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It was a busy day for the Corpus Christi Dive Team as they recovered their second vehicle from the Packery Channel in less than a month. Capt. Dave Cook says,"This is something we consistently deal with every year, where I think we had seven or eight last year we pulled out." Capt. Cook says the black Dodge truck drove into the Packery Channel Saturday but crews had to wait until Sunday morning because of weather conditions. Capt. Cook says there have been several dive re... More>>

200 million eggs recalled because of salmonella concerns

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - More than 200 million eggs distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in nine states have been recalled because of bacterial contamination.  

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Boston marks 5 years since marathon attack with tributes

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BOSTON (AP) - Boston marked the fifth anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings Sunday with solemn remembrances and charitable acts. Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh and Republican Gov. Charlie Baker laid wreaths early in the morning at the spots along downtown Boylston Street where two bombs killed three spectators and maimed more than 260 others on April 15, 2013.

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Clicking 'checkout' could cost more after Supreme Court case

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Sales Tax: $0.      Online shoppers have gotten used to seeing that line on checkout screens before they click "purchase." But a case before the Supreme Court could change that.  

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After tragedy, country music returns to Vegas with ACMs

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Country music is making a major return to Las Vegas with the 2018 ACM Awards, six months after a lone gunman killed 58 people at a country music festival in Sin City in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.      Sunday night's show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena will mark an emotional night, though the awards show is known as the genre's biggest party of the year. It will air at 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS.  

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Convicted Texas drug dealer used kids to package meth

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CALDWELL, Texas (AP) - A 46-year-old East Central Texas man who authorities say used children as young as 5 years of age to package his methamphetamine supply has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for dealing the illegal drugs. 

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2 bodies found inside burned truck in Houston

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HOUSTON (AP) - Houston police are investigating the discovery of two bodies found inside a burning pickup truck.      Police say firefighters were summoned early Sunday to what initially was reported as a grass fire in a residential area on the city's northeast side and spotted the bodies inside the vehicle. 

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Man charged with capital murder after Houston-area slaying

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HOUSTON (AP) - Authorities say a man has been charged with capital murder after a man was fatally shot during a botched robbery this week at a construction site in the Houston area. 

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South Sudan's refugee flow is often a children's crisis

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ARUA, Uganda (AP) - The flood of South Sudanese refugees from the country's 5-year civil war has been called a children's crisis.

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Mayor calls for probe of Starbucks policies

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The mayor of Philadelphia has ordered a city commission to review policies at Starbucks after the arrest of two black men prompted social media users to accuse the company of racial discrimination. Videos posted online show officers handcuffing the men in the downtown Philadelphia establishment on Thursday. Mayor Jim Kenney said Saturday he was "heartbroken" to see the city in the headlines for an incident that appears at this point "to exemplify w... More>>

Before dawn, the streak of a missile across Damascus' sky

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DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) - It was not an explosion that woke us up, but a call from a friend in Damascus to alert us: The strikes had begun..

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AP investigation finds doctors keep licenses despite sex abuse

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(AP) - The first time that Dr. Anthony Bianchi came onto a patient, California's medical board alleged, the gynecologist placed a chair against the exam room door...

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Convicted Texas senator surrenders law license

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(AP) - A state senator from San Antonio who was convicted on 11 federal counts of money laundering and wire and securities fraud has surrendered his license to practice law.

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Wildfires burn across Oklahoma, Texas following overnight front

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Strong winds are fueling more than two dozen wildfires burning across Oklahoma and Texas.

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Coast Guard rescues fisherman from floating cabin in Baffin Bay

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A fisherman in distress was rescued from a floating cabin in Baffin Bay, according to officials.

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Overnight weather delays Fiesta de la Flor

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According to the Corpus Christi Convention & Visitors Bureau, Saturday's Fiesta de la Flor event will open at 1:30 p.m. due to weather.

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Storm system spawns tornado in Arkansas, blizzards in Plains

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A potent spring storm system that's expected to persist through the weekend raked across the Midwest, spawning at least one tornado in Arkansas as blizzard conditions blanketed much of the Northern Plains.

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Trump: US, allied strikes in Syria bring heated response

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States, France and Britain launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar Assad for an apparent chemical attack against civilians and to deter him from doing it again, but also stirred up angry responses from Syria's allies and ignited a debate over whether the attacks were justified.

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Judge: Trials for ex-deputy, husband to stay in Houston

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HOUSTON (AP) - A judge has denied a request to move the trials of a former Texas sheriff's deputy and her husband who have been charged in the death of a man they confronted outside a restaurant.    

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Policy on bullying eyed after 12-year-old hangs himself

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Andy Leach was a silly 12-year-old boy with a contagious smile before relentless bullying pushed him to kill himself, his father says.    

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Fans line up for Fiesta de la Flor

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There was no shortage of people paying tribute to Selena. And none cuter than 6-year-old Sophia from Houston. 

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Mississippi scammers pretend to be deputies, target doctorss

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DIAMONDHEAD, Miss. (AP) - Police say a phone scam is targeting doctors and dentists in Mississippi. 

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Mississippi teen jailed on charges he threatened shooting

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi high school student is jailed after the FBI charged him with threatening a school shooting over social media.      

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Next Front Arrives Overnight, Marginal Risk of Severe Weather

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Scattered showers and storms will be possible overnight as our next front slides through. A few of these storms could become severe. Gusty northerly winds are expected after the front. Lows will be in the upper 50s to mid 60s overnight.  A few of the storms we are expecting with tonights front could be strong to severe. The greatest threats are large hail and damaging, gusty winds. However an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. The best chances for severe weather tonight lie i...

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Jersey town gives ex-cop $1.1M to settle discrimination suit

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BELLEVILLE, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey town has agreed to pay $1.1 million to a former police officer who says she was so intensely harassed by her fellow officers that she suffered a severe anxiety attack and had to spend 10 days in the hospital.     

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President Trump announces strike against Syria

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President Trump addresses the citizens of the U.S. to announce that he along with France and the United Kingdom will launch a strike against Syria.  

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TSA has new screening procedures

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If you're traveling by air soon expect to see some changes at your airport security checkpoint. Starting Saturday, April 14, new TSA screening procedures will take effect at airports across the nation. 

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Former long-time USS Lexington leader passes

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Today, the staff at the USS Lexington are mourning the loss of their former leader of 20 years. 

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  • Trump lawyer told to file statement to slow porn star's suit

    Trump lawyer told to file statement to slow porn star's suit

    Friday, April 20 2018 2:22 AM EDT2018-04-20 06:22:49 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, file). FILE - In this April 16, 2018, file photo, adult film actress Stormy Daniels speaks outside federal court in New York. A federal judge is set to hear arguments about whether to delay the case of Daniels, who claims she h...(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, file). FILE - In this April 16, 2018, file photo, adult film actress Stormy Daniels speaks outside federal court in New York. A federal judge is set to hear arguments about whether to delay the case of Daniels, who claims she h...
    President Donald Trump's lawyer, whose office was raided by the FBI last week, is seeking to delay a court case brought by a porn actress who claims she had an affair with the president.
    President Donald Trump's lawyer, whose office was raided by the FBI last week, is seeking to delay a court case brought by a porn actress who claims she had an affair with the president.
  • President George HW Bush greets mourners honoring his wife

    President George HW Bush greets mourners honoring his wife

    Friday, April 20 2018 1:43 AM EDT2018-04-20 05:43:22 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Barbara Hargrove of Houston, waits for the start of a ceremony celebrating the life of former first lady Barbara Bush at City Hall, Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Houston.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Barbara Hargrove of Houston, waits for the start of a ceremony celebrating the life of former first lady Barbara Bush at City Hall, Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Houston.
    As the outpouring of tributes continues for Barbara Bush, the general public can pay its respects to the former first lady.
    As the outpouring of tributes continues for Barbara Bush, the general public can pay its respects to the former first lady.
  • Students begin school walkouts on Columbine anniversary

    Students begin school walkouts on Columbine anniversary

    Friday, April 20 2018 12:26 AM EDT2018-04-20 04:26:46 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File). FILE - In this March 14, 2018 file photo, young demonstrators hold a rally in front of the White House in Washington. Another wave of school walkouts is expected as students honor victims of gun violence and push for gu...(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File). FILE - In this March 14, 2018 file photo, young demonstrators hold a rally in front of the White House in Washington. Another wave of school walkouts is expected as students honor victims of gun violence and push for gu...
    Another wave of school walkouts is expected as students honor victims of gun violence and push for gun control.
    Another wave of school walkouts is expected as students honor victims of gun violence and push for gun control.
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  • Troubleshooters: Disabled Roof

    Troubleshooters: Disabled Roof

    Monday, April 16 2018 7:42 PM EDT2018-04-16 23:42:24 GMT

    A home really, messed up by Harvey, has a Flour Bluff couple calling the Troubleshooters for help. The couple, both disabled, say they paid a contractor nearly $8,000.00 to put a new roof, and make some other repairs, on their home. 

    A home really, messed up by Harvey, has a Flour Bluff couple calling the Troubleshooters for help. The couple, both disabled, say they paid a contractor nearly $8,000.00 to put a new roof, and make some other repairs, on their home. 

  • Troubleshooters: TWIA Garage

    Troubleshooters: TWIA Garage

    Friday, April 13 2018 5:17 PM EDT2018-04-13 21:17:15 GMT
    Hurricane Harvey caused this tree to impale the garage roof.Hurricane Harvey caused this tree to impale the garage roof.

    On today's Troubleshooters, a woman wants to know how an insurance adjuster could look at the damage Hurricane Harvey did to her garage, then write in his report 'no peril related damage observed to elevation at time of inspection.' 

    On today's Troubleshooters, a woman wants to know how an insurance adjuster could look at the damage Hurricane Harvey did to her garage, then write in his report 'no peril related damage observed to elevation at time of inspection.' 

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  • Kitchen Cops: April 19th

    Kitchen Cops: April 19th

    Thursday, April 19 2018 12:24 PM EDT2018-04-19 16:24:36 GMT
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    There are several perfect scores and one C-list restaurant in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

    There are several perfect scores and one C-list restaurant in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

  • Kitchen Cops: April 17th

    Kitchen Cops: April 17th

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 11:34 AM EDT2018-04-17 15:34:42 GMT
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    There's some good news and some not so good news in Tuesday's edition of Kitchen Cops.

    There's some good news and some not so good news in Tuesday's edition of Kitchen Cops.

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