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Number of typhus cases growing in Galveston County

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GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston say the number of typhus cases in Galveston County already has equaled the total for all of 2017.

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Bus crash leaves more than 20 ballet students injured

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PITTSBURGH (AP) - A crash involving two buses in downtown Pittsburgh has left more than 20 ballet students injured. 

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14 killed in blast near airport in Afghanistan

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - An Afghan interior ministry spokesman says that 14 people, including both civilians and military forces, have been killed in the suicide attack near Kabul's airport shortly after the country's controversial first vice president landed on his return from abroad.

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Gal Gadot shows 'Wonder Woman 1984' first look at Comic-Con

PHOTO: Gal Gadot, Israeli actress and model., Photo Date: July 23, 2016 (Cropped Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0) PHOTO: Gal Gadot, Israeli actress and model., Photo Date: July 23, 2016 (Cropped Photo: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0)
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SAN DIEGO (AP) - "Wonder Woman 1984" is only three and a half weeks into production, but that didn't stop star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins from bringing some footage to Comic-Con.

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Texas man charged with breaking neck of dog bothering him

Parker County authorities say the dog was bothering Kyle Rufus Childers so he killed it. (Courtesy: Fort Worth Star-Telegram) Parker County authorities say the dog was bothering Kyle Rufus Childers so he killed it. (Courtesy: Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
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WEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) - A 25-year-old man is jailed on $10,000 bond on animal cruelty charges after authorities say he broke the neck of a dog that had been abandoned at a North Texas trailer park and threw the animal in a trash container.

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NC flea market fire destroys six businesses

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(WBTV) - Six businesses were destroyed after a fire broke out at the I-40 Flea Market in Burke County Saturday afternoon. According to officials, the incident happened in the 5500 block of Paradise Avenue in Valdese.

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Mega Millions jackpot now close to $500 million

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Nearly a half-a-billion dollars is up for grabs after no ticket matched all the winning numbers in Friday night's Mega Millions drawing.

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3 Texas prison officials charged with burning evidence

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LOVELADY, Texas (AP) - Three Texas prison officials have been arrested for allegedly attempting to destroy evidence at a Houston County lockup about 25 miles northwest of Huntsville.

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Mom accused of letting men rape her 2-year-old daughter

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City-area woman has been charged with letting men rape her 2-year-old daughter. Twenty-five-year-old Azzie Watson, of Independence, was charged Tuesday with child abuse and endangerment. Bond is set at $75,000. No attorney is listed for her in online court records. WDAF-TV reports that court documents say Watson’s boyfriend recorded Watson talking about repeatedly taking her daughter to a house where her daughter was raped about five...

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Keuchel takes no-hitter into 7th, Astros top Angels 3-1

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Dallas Keuchel took a no-hitter into the seventh and finished with 7 2/3 innings of two-hit ball in the Houston Astros’ 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night. Justin Upton broke up Keuchel’s bid with two outs in the seventh when his line drive escaped the glove of leaping Astros shortstop Marwin Gonzalez. The Angel Stadium scorer awarded a hit instead of an error on what would have been a fine defensive play if Gonzalez had h... More>>

Owner must payback the City for demolishing old house

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Crews are finally tearing down an eyesore that has been attracting transients for years. 

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Woman gives birth in Chick-fil-A bathroom, baby gets perks

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP) - A baby girl is guaranteed food for life - and a job - after her mother gave birth in a Chick-fil-A bathroom.   

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Cadet in La. wildlife and fisheries academy dies in training

Immanuel Washington collapsed after run then died (photo: Youngsville Fire Dept. Facebook) Immanuel Washington collapsed after run then died (photo: Youngsville Fire Dept. Facebook)
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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says one of its cadets died after collapsing at the training academy.    

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Man gets probation for hot-car death of infant daughter

Michael Thedford, on probation for negligent homicide after his baby daughter died in a hot car. (credit: Collin County Jail) Michael Thedford, on probation for negligent homicide after his baby daughter died in a hot car. (credit: Collin County Jail)
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MCKINNEY, Texas (AP) - A North Texas man has received five years' probation after a jury convicted him of criminally negligent homicide in the hot-car death of his infant daughter. 

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Slingshots on display at the Blue Ghost for charity

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Fast machines with loud engines lined up at the USS Lexington once again but they weren't planes. 

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Woman is cockroach mad at Corpus Christi City officials

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Patricia Polastri is mad. How mad? Cockroach mad. She's taken her case to the city.  

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New homes to four Gregory families affected by Harvey

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There is a light at the end of the tunnel for several people in Gregory. In the next few months, four families whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Harvey will have new homes. 

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Police: Doctor fatally shot while riding bike in Houston

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HOUSTON (AP) - Houston police say a doctor was fatally shot as he rode his bicycle through the city's Texas Medical Center by an unidentified man who was also on a bike.   

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Texas inmates offered cold water, showers

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Texas prison officials are offering cold water, cold showers and opportunities to cool off in air-conditioned chapels and offices to thousands of inmates in lock-ups without central air-conditioning in a wide swath of the state under an excessive-heat warning.    

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Police look for teen runaway and her 8-mo-old baby boy

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Corpus Christi police would like help finding a teen runaway and her baby boy.  

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Trump was recorded talking of paying Playboy model

PHOTO: Donald Trump and Former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, Photo Date: 9/23/17 (Photo: Karen McDougal / Twitter) PHOTO: Donald Trump and Former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, Photo Date: 9/23/17 (Photo: Karen McDougal / Twitter)
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NEW YORK (AP) - President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer secretly recorded Trump discussing payments to a former Playboy model who said she had an affair with him, The New York Times reported Friday.

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CCFD: Storage units catch fire

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Several units of a self-storage facility are destroyed after a fire. Firefighters were called to the Crosstown Mini-Storage on Port Avenue around 10:00 am Friday morning after smoke was seen coming from one of the units.

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Kitchen Cops: July 19th

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In tonight's Kitchen Cops report, health inspectors find rodents, grease on the floor, food in the ceiling and toxic items found in the food prep area.  

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McDonald's celebrates 'FRYday' with free fries

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It's FRYday at McDonald's and the restaurant wants to give you free french fries to celebrate. In a push to get more people to use their app, McDonald's announced they will give away free french fries on Fridays for the rest of 2018! All you have to do is spend at least $1 on the McDonald's app.  The deal started July 13 and will run until the end of the year.  McDonald's is also giving away free sodas every Tuesday or Thursday under the same conditions. 

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At least 11 die when duck boat capsizes in Missouri lake

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BRANSON, Mo. (AP) - At least 11 people, including children, died after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a lake during a thunderstorm in a country music mecca in southwest Missouri, the sheriff said.    Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said five people remain missing and seven others were hospitalized after a Ride the Ducks boat sank on Table Rock Lake in Branson Thursday night. Divers are expected to resume searching for the missing early Friday.    A... More>>

Jewel brooch stolen from Southeast Texas historic site

Varner–Hogg Plantation State Historic Site (photo: wikimedia) Varner–Hogg Plantation State Historic Site (photo: wikimedia)
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WEST COLUMBIA, Texas (AP) - Brazoria County authorities say a piece of jewelry that belonged to the daughter of former Texas Gov. James Hogg has been stolen from the Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site. Deputies say a brooch belonging to philanthropist Ima Hogg was taken during a burglary at the former sugar plantation in West Columbia between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday. The brooch is described as a black carbon round pin with a diamond at the center and pearls arou... More>>

The coaches boat

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Day 4 of the 2018 Youth World Sailing Championships got intense quickly on the coaches boat. With many different languages shouting out suggestions and encouragement, the stakes were obviously high on the second to last day of racing.   "Now we are very near, very close to know who is going to win the event," Argentina sails coach, Hirna Vila told KZTV.  A boat with 18 sails coaches from around the world (ISR, GRE, HKG, ARG, CRO, POL, BEL, RUS, KOR, G...

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Mosque fire causes minor damage, believed arson

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HOUSTON (AP) - Investigators are seeking tips from the public to the identity of those they believe set a fire that caused minor damage to a Houston-area mosque.   

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Police: Toddler dies after 3½ hours in hot day-care van

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HOUSTON (AP) - Police say a 3-year-old boy has died after being left in a hot day care center van for 3½ hours parked outside the center in northwest Houston. 

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Sheriff: 8 people dead after Missouri tourist boat accident

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BRANSON, Mo. (AP) - A sheriff in Missouri says a tourist boat has apparently capsized on a lake, leaving eight people dead and several others hospitalized.     

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Escaped prisoner caught riding a little girl's bike

Man who escaped County Sheriff's custody was recaptured riding girl's bike. Man who escaped County Sheriff's custody was recaptured riding girl's bike.
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A man is facing felony charges after police say he escaped from deputies with the Nueces County Sheriff's Office. Police say they were called around 10:45 a.m. 

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U.S. identical twins leading the Women's 420 class

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"They're sailing to where they need to be sailing," says US coach Stephen Keen. 

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Corpus Christi Seniors have some cool places to hang out

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The South Texas scorching heat can be brutal for anyone. Especially our senior citizens. But to beat the heat, they can come to a  "Cooling Center". One popular hang out for seniors at the Greenwood Senior Center "I've been coming here for 9 years and its very good because of all the hot out there," said Lupe Perez. Many seniors are taking advantage of the program. One reason is to beat the high cost of electricity at home during peak hours. "I'm try...

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Troubleshooters: Coastal Bend College secretly recorded conversation

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We continue our Troubleshooters Special Reports on allegations of grade changes in the Licensed Vocational Nursing program at Coastal Bend College Tonight, a nursing program graduate claims he was asked by a member of the school's board of trustees to secretly record his conversation...

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Texas meat-lovers appalled over WeWork's meat-free policy

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HOUSTON (AP) - Texas meat-lovers are expressing outrage over WeWork's announcement that it won't serve beef, pork or chicken at work events in order to be more environmentally conscious.  

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Police: 3 Fort Worth bank employees shot, 2 suspects sought

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Police searched for two armed suspects after three North Texas bank employees were shot Thursday morning but were expected to survive.    

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28 buildings evacuated in NYC steam pipe explosion

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By KAREN MATTHEWS Associated Press    NEW YORK (AP) - A nearly century-old steam pipe exploded beneath Fifth Avenue in Manhattan early Thursday, hurling chunks of asphalt, sending a geyser of white vapor 10 stories into the air and forcing the evacuation of 28 buildings.    Five people, including three civilians, suffered minor injuries from the 6:40 a.m. blast and officials warned people who may have gotten material on them to bag their clothes and shower immedia... More>>

Man accused in Texas student's death says he didn't kill her

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A 20-year-old man on trial in the slaying of a University of Texas freshman on campus in 2016 has taken the stand and denied killing her.    Defense attorney Ariel Payan on Wednesday asked Meechaiel Criner: "Mick, did you kill Haruka Weiser?" Criner replied: "No, sir."    Criner also testified that he had never seen her.    Weiser, an 18-year-old dance major from Portland, Oregon, was walking to her dormitory af... More>>

22 people injured in California military base tent collapse

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FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, Calif. (AP) - A helicopter blew down at a Central California military base Wednesday night, injuring 22 soldiers - but the injuries were mostly minor, a spokeswoman said.    A U.S. Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter was landing about 9:30 p.m. when the wind from its rotor caused the tent to collapse, said Amy Phillips, public information officer at the Monterey County base.    Of the 22 reported injuries, most were treated at the scene, but four... More>>

'Brady Bunch' house for sale for nearly $1.9M

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - The home featured in the opening and closing scenes of "The Brady Bunch" is for sale for $1.885 million.    Records show George and Violet McCallister bought the two-bedroom, three-bathroom split-level home in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles in 1973 for $61,000.    Real estate agent Ernie Carswell tells the Los Angeles Times the house has been updated and upgraded, but the interior layout does not resemble what was fea... More>>

Poison parsnip causes severe burns, blisters on woman's legs

Charlotte Murphy being treated for burns after contact with wild parsnips (photo:  Charlotte Murphy Facebook) Charlotte Murphy being treated for burns after contact with wild parsnips (photo: Charlotte Murphy Facebook)
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ESSEX, Vt. (AP) - A woman was left with severe burns and blisters on her legs after encountering an invasive species of plant in Vermont.      

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$63,000 found in ceiling at home of priest accused of theft

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WILLIAMSTON, Mich. (AP) - State police say they discovered $63,000 hidden above ceiling tiles in the home of a Michigan priest who is accused of embezzling millions.   

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Astronomers spy nearby star that could be chomping a planet

This illustration provided by NASA depicts debris surrounding the star RW Aur A, about 450 light-years away from the Earth. In the Wednesday, July 18, 2018 edition of the Astronomical Journal, astronomers said they may have caught the star munching on a p This illustration provided by NASA depicts debris surrounding the star RW Aur A, about 450 light-years away from the Earth. In the Wednesday, July 18, 2018 edition of the Astronomical Journal, astronomers said they may have caught the star munching on a p
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Astronomers may have caught a relatively nearby star munching on a planet or mini-planets. A NASA space telescope noticed that the star suddenly started looking a bit strange last year. The Chandra X-Ray Observatory spotted a 30-fold increase in iron on the edge of the star, which is only 10 million years old, along with pronounced dimming. Astronomers have been watching the baby star — in the constellation Taurus — for decades and iron levels wer... More>>

Robstown busy trying to clean up distressed properties

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Irma Luna lives in a  home on Washington Ave in Robstown. She takes pride in her home, but the house across the street and next door are owned by the same couple, who appear to be hoarders and Luna says they are living in filthy and unhealthy conditions. "We even offered to help him clean the yard. To get a big dumpster and we would help him," said Luna. But Luna says the owner refused. That was 15 years ago and things have gotten worse. "I have grand kids....

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Officer dies after assault by inmate at Minnesota prison

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BAYPORT, Minn. (AP) - A corrections officer died Wednesday after authorities say he was assaulted by an inmate at Minnesota's flagship Stillwater state prison. The death prompted a lockdown at Minnesota's prison system.      Officer Joseph Gomm was attacked by an offender at the state's flagship prison at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Corrections said. Gomm was taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul but was pronounced dead at the hospital, the departme... More>>

Partial Alameda Street traffic changes begin Friday

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX –  Expect some traffic changes along a small section of Alameda Street beginning this Friday, July 20th.  The City is starting the work outlined in the Bond 2012 Alameda Street Improvement project. Here are the traffic changes to expect: Alameda Street, between Louisiana Avenue and Cole Street, will be converted to ONE WAY northbound. Southbound Alameda Street will be CLOSED TO THRU TRAFFIC at the Ayers Street/Staples Street intersection. Only loc... More>>

MGM sues Vegas shooting victims in push to avoid liability

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(AP) - MGM Resorts International has sued hundreds of victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history in a bid to avoid liability for the gunfire that rained down from its Mandalay Bay casino-resort in Las Vegas. 

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Police remove machete-wielding man from Houston home roof

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HOUSTON (AP) - Houston residents called police about an attempted burglary after hearing noises from the roof of their home and spotting a man there carrying a machete. 

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Cave rescue: Boys, coach discharged nearly a month after first going missing

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Chiang Rai, Thailand (CNN) - The 12 members of a youth soccer team and their coach who spent more than two weeks trapped underground in a flooded cave network in northern Thailand have appeared in public for the first time since their ordeal. The boys, who were discharged from hospital on Wednesday, appeared in front of the world's media at a specially arranged press conference in Chiang Rai. Dressed in matching team shirts, the boys and their coach were greeted at the press cen...

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Ford recalls 550K vehicles that can roll away unexpectedly

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DETROIT (AP) - Ford is recalling about 550,000 cars and SUVs in North America to fix a gearshift problem that could cause the vehicles to roll away unexpectedly.    The recall covers certain 2013 through 2016 Fusion sedans and some 2013 and 2014 Escape small SUVs.

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Crime of the Week: July 18th

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A thief suspected of hitting the same store several times is on the run. Corpus Christi Police need your help catching him. It's the Crime Of The Week.

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Wheel of Shame Arrests: July 18th

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Action 10 News has learned another Wheel of Shame fugitive is in jail.

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Wheel Of Shame: July 18th

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Action 10 News is working with Crime Stoppers and the Nueces County Sheriff's Office to put Nueces County's most wanted fugitives behind bars.

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Old Robstown, Up River Road intersection to transition to four-way stop

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - The City of Corpus Christi Traffic Engineering office advises motorists starting Wednesday, July 18, the intersection at Old Robstown Road and Up River Road will be transitioned to a four-way stop intersection.

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Texas confirms first West Nile cases of the year

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The Texas Department of State Health Services is confirming three cases of West Nile disease reported last week by local health departments in Austin, Dallas and Galveston.

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Boots vs Badges go for blood at Whataburger Field

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During the summer months, blood donations are on the decline due to schools going on break and many residents going on vacation. The Blood Center provided a fun and convenient way for donors to give the gift of life with their Boot's N' Badges Kick-Off Blood Drive on July 17, 2018. In exchange for a pint of blood, every donor received e a complimentary t-shirt and a voucher for 2 Corpus Christi Hooks tickets. The life-saving competition between area law enforceme... More>>

High-heel Crocs shoes are selling out, prompting questions of why

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CBS - Fashionistas, look away: Crocs -- the rubberized shoes that most self-respecting adults know should only be worn in the backyard -- are now available with high heels.  

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Catholic order reaches $1M settlement over sexual abuse

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BOSTON (AP) - A Roman Catholic order has agreed to pay $1 million to eight people who say they were sexually abused by two priests in Massachusetts.      

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SUV plows into Westside home

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No one was hurt after an SUV plowed into a west-side home Monday night.  

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Premont man arrested after standoff that took several hours

Hundreds of law enforcement officers surround a home in Premont on Tuesday. Hundreds of law enforcement officers surround a home in Premont on Tuesday.
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PREMONT- A man is in custody tonight after a standoff with hundreds of policemen that took several hours.  

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Youth Sailing World Championships boost local economy

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“I mean from all over the world, we have Hong Kong and Croatia and France and Italy," says Paulette Kluge.

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Rebuilding Rockport will be a long process but plenty of help is available

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It's been almost a year since Hurricane Harvey hit. When Harvey came ashore, we were prepared for the storm but not prepared for the devastation and destruction it left us," said Pat Rios the Mayor of Rockport. 

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Texas executes man for 2004 slaying of store owner

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HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A Texas prisoner was executed Tuesday evening for the fatal shooting of a San Antonio convenience store owner after courts turned down appeals that the state parole board improperly rejected the inmate's clemency request because he's black.   

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Corpus Christi doctor gets probation for keeping false prescription records

Dr. Michael Jerome Pendleton heads into federal court for sentence hearing. Dr. Michael Jerome Pendleton heads into federal court for sentence hearing.
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A Corpus Christi doctor has been sentenced to probation for giving false information in a record of controlled substances he prescribed.

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West Guth Park reopens with new additions

West Guth Park pool is opening back up after new features were added. West Guth Park pool is opening back up after new features were added.
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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – West Guth Pool is opening back up after being closed for a while but it's going to have some nice additions. 

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Texas woman accused of biting, swallowing part of nose

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HOUSTON (AP) - A woman is accused of biting off and swallowing part of another woman's nose after being asked to leave the victim's home in Southeast Texas. 

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Nickelodeon announces new 'Rugrats' episodes, movie

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tommy, Chuckie and the gang have a new TV and movie deal.    Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures have announced the animated children's series "Rugrats" is returning to the network with 26 episodes. The creators of the series will be executive producers.    A live-action movie, written by David Goodman, featuring computer generated characters is slated to hit theaters in November 2020.    "Rugrats" ran on Nickelode...

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Kitchen Cops: July 17th

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Two perfect scores and three B-list restaurants in Tuesday's Edition of the Kitchen Cops.

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Corpus Christi Monopoly-style game sold at Walmart

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If you're an avid Monopoly player looking for a home-town challenge - check this out.

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Man described by sheriff as serial killer suspect arrested

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HOUSTON (AP) - A man suspected in three fatal shootings has been arrested in Houston.    Authorities say 46-year-old Jose Gilberto Rodriguez was taken into custody Tuesday.    Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo and Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez have said Rodriguez is wanted in connection with three killings since Friday. Gonzalez described Rodriguez as a possible serial killer .    Rodriguez is suspected in the shooting death of 62-year-old Pamela Jo... More>>

Youth Sailing World Championship Racing Begins

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The Coastal Bend winds and warm waters did not disappoint the nearly 300 young competitors who are vying for a top finish in the Youth World Sailing Championships.  "Seems like in Texas that you are getting the same everyday...like 15-20 knots and it's always a bit choppy, because it's always nice and warm in Texas," Australian competitor, Evie Haseldine told KZTV. There are 66 countries competing in this event and their flags proudly wave along Shoreline Drive. The l...

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McBride overpass closed temporarily after collision

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The McBride Lane overpass at Interstate 3 was shut down Monday because of a weekend accident.

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Dog attacks man who is accused of stabbing dog owner

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Corpus Christi police say a dog attacked a knife-wielding suspect who was stabbing the dog's owner. 

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CCPD officer to receive ticket for weekend accident

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A Corpus Christi Police Department Officer is expected to be ticketed for possibly causing a car accident over the weekend. Several witnesses posted video of the aftermath of Saturday night's accident on Facebook.

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Investigator: Girl was beheaded after seeing grandmother die

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Authorities say a 13-year-old Alabama girl with special needs was beheaded after she saw her grandmother killed in a cemetery.    

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Tall grass, pests posing problems for neighbors near Easley Park

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In the corner of Staples St. and Annapolis Dr. sits Easley Park. “It makes the neighborhood look bad,” says Rosie Cuellar. Rosie Cuellar has lived in the neighborhood for 20 years.

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Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor Continued

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Last Friday, the Troubleshooters reported on a woman who feels like she was stiffed by a contractor. We have an update on this story.  On Friday, Yolanda Ramos told her story to the Troubleshooters. 

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Man guilty of setting South Texas mosque on fire out of hate for Muslims

Victoria Islamic Center was set on fire on Jan. 28, 2017 Victoria Islamic Center was set on fire on Jan. 28, 2017
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VICTORIA, Texas – The man who was charged for setting a mosque in Victoria, Texas on fire has been found guilty today.  

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Local agencies are out in force for National Disability Voter Registration Week

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It's a big week at the Coastal Bend Center for Independent Living today. Kathryn Oler from the League of Woman Voters of Corpus Christi is helping people with disabilities to register to vote. "We have these populations that are here in our city and we want to make sure they have that opportunity to exercise that right to vote," said Oler. And voting has never been easier. There are several options for people with disabilities to vote. One, you can request a mail in ball...

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Mother accused of killing baby with drug-laced breast milk

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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Prosecutors say a Pennsylvania mother killed her 11-week-old son with a lethal mix of drugs in her breast milk.      Samantha Jones was charged Friday with criminal homicide in the April 2 death of her baby.      The Bucks County District Attorney's office says an autopsy found the baby died from a combination of methadone, amphetamine, and methamphetamine.      According to an affidavit, the 30-year-old told police s... More>>

Deadline looms for casinos' sports bet plans before football

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Time is running out for some gambling companies that plan to offer legal sports betting in New Jersey before football season starts.      The state Division of Gaming Enforcement has directed the Atlantic City casinos to get their sports betting applications in by the end of the day on Monday.      This also includes plans for internet and mobile sports betting, which no casino in New Jersey has yet been approved to offer.  ... More>>

Here's the catch: NFL refs thought they were right all along

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PLANO, Texas (AP) - Walt Coleman doesn't see the revamped catch rule as a big change for NFL game officials because the veteran referee believes they've already been calling catches the new way.      If anything, Coleman figures there will be fewer reviews of their rulings.      "Most of the calls that seemed to create the most controversy, we ruled them correctly and then they were overturned on replay," Coleman said Friday as officials gathere...

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Man gets 15 years in shooting death of local Army veteran

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The man recently convicted in the killing of a local, disabled veteran was sentenced to 15 year in prison today. Aldo Naranjo was found guilty of manslaughter on Friday for the shooting death of Joel Cunha. 

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Border Patrol arrests member of Sureño gang near Freer

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A member of the Sureño gang was caught by Freer Border Patrol agents trying to cross the U.S./Mexico border illegally over the weekend.  The gang member was among 8 undocumented migrants arrested near Freer on Friday. All 8 were taken to the station for processing when one admitted to being a member of the violent gang, according to a press released by Border Patrol.  "The men and women in the United States Border Patrol encounter hundreds of individuals on a d...

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Endangered white lion cub on display at Texas sanctuary

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TYLER, Texas (AP) - A rare 7-week-old white lion cub is on public display at an animal sanctuary in northeastern Texas.

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West Texas woman charged with capital murder for baby death

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ODESSA, Texas (AP) - A 19-year-old West Texas woman has been jailed and held on $250,000 bond on a capital murder charge for the death of her 3-month-old daughter. 

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Santa Fe 10-year class reunion becomes victims' fundraiser

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SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - Months ago, Rachel Lyons assumed her 10-year high school reunion would be a low-key affair. Perhaps she and other members of Santa Fe High School's class of 2008 would go to Top Golf in Webster, she thought, or rent out a restaurant near the small Galveston County community.  

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Dust from the Sahara back in the Coastal Bend

Hazy skies were the sight throughout the Coastal Bend as Saharan dust made its way into the area. (KZTV Skycam photo) Hazy skies were the sight throughout the Coastal Bend as Saharan dust made its way into the area. (KZTV Skycam photo)
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Dust from the Sahara Desert is riding the trade winds across the Atlantic, settling in the skies over South Texas.

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City invites public to share ideas for parks

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The Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department is inviting the public to share their ideas for the Parks Master Plan update.

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CCPD: Car slams into Flour Bluff apartment building

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An apartment building is damaged after a car smashed into it. The crash happened around 1:45 pm Sunday afternoon at an apartment building near Waldron Road and the Knickerbocker Street intersection.

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White Rattlesnake spotted in El Paso state park

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A picture posted on a Texas Parks & Wildlife Facebook page is starting to go viral in Texas because it shows a white rock rattlesnake.

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2 dead in crash of small plane southeast of Houston

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LA PORTE, Texas (AP) - Authorities say two people have died in the crash of a small experimental aircraft as it was trying to land in Southeast Texas. 

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Paraglider charged in Trump resort flight; Finns demonstrate

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LONDON (AP) - A man has been charged in connection with a Greenpeace protest that breached a no-fly security zone and flew a banner close to the golf resort where President Donald Trump was staying, Scottish police said Sunday. 

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France wins 2nd World Cup title, beats Croatia 4-2

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MOSCOW (AP) - France won its second World Cup title by beating Croatia 4-2 on Sunday in a match briefly interrupted by an on-field protest during the second half that Russian punk band Pussy Riot later took credit for .

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Man shooting shotgun in South Texas park killed by police

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DILLEY, Texas (AP) - Texas Rangers are investigating the fatal shooting of a man by police at a South Texas park. Authorities say the man was firing a shotgun at a public park in Dilley when he was shot and killed by officers in the city about 70 miles southwest of San Antonio. 

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Louisiana couple arrested for sex in courthouse stairwell

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) - A couple caught having sex in the stairwell of a Louisiana courthouse is facing obscenity charges. The Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office says 20-year-old Miguel Glorioso, of Alexandria, and 19-year-old Jamie Lee Coutee, of Pineville, were arrested after a courthouse employee investigating a report of a commotion in the stairwell found the couple having sex.

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Djokovic wins 4th Wimbledon by beating Anderson in 3 sets

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LONDON (AP) - Novak Djokovic was disconsolate and injured when he left Wimbledon a year ago, quitting during his quarterfinal because of a painful right elbow that would need surgery. 

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Man with assault weapon shot by Harris County deputy

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HOUSTON (AP) - Harris County sheriff's officials say a man has been shot and wounded by a deputy responding to a call about a disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend.  

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Santa Fe school leaders could OK use of metal detectors

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SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - Leaders of a Houston-area school district where 10 people were shot to death in May are expected to consider whether to install metal detectors and change the dress code.  

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Charges dropped against Texas woman in deaths of parents

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ODESSA, Texas (AP) - Charges have been dismissed against a woman in the 2016 shooting deaths of her parents after her brother pleaded guilty to the West Texas killings.   

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Louisiana couple arrested for sex in courthouse stairwell

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) - A couple caught having sex in the stairwell of a Louisiana courthouse is facing obscenity charges.    

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Woman sentenced for trying to prostitute out toddler

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CONROE, Texas (AP) - A Houston woman accused of offering to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex at a cost of $1,200 has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.  

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Yvette Nicole Brown is interim guest host of 'Walking Dead'

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NEW YORK (AP) - Yvette Nicole Brown is filling in for Chris Hardwick as host of "The Walking Dead" and "Talking Dead" while AMC Networks reviews sexual-assault allegations against Hardwick.    

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McDonald's removing salads from 3,000 stores after illness

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CHICAGO (AP) - McDonald's is stopping the sale of salads at 3,000 restaurants after people became sick from a parasite causing intestinal illness.      

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Arkansas man gets life in prison for mutilation, rape

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BENTONVILLE, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas man who beat and raped a 69-year-old woman leaving her so badly injured that parts of her arms and legs had to be amputated has been sentenced to life in prison. A jury on Thursday found 31-year-old Charles Allen Rickman of Gentry guilty of aggravated residential burglary, kidnapping, battery and two counts of rape. A judge sentenced Rickman to four life sentences plus 20 years, to run consecutively. Testimony showed Rickman pretended to ha... More>>

Woman charged with hacking Selena Gomez’s email

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A woman has been charged with 11 felonies stemming from the hacking of the email of Selena Gomez and one of the singer’s associates. Los Angeles County prosecutors said Friday that 21-year-old Susan Antrach of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, has been charged with five identity-theft counts, five fraud counts and one count of accessing and using data without permission. The charges are felonies that collectively could get her nearly 10 years in prison. Pro... More>>

Martha's Vineyard bus driver fired after telling man he wasn't picked up because he's black

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EDGARTOWN, Mass. -- A Massachusetts bus driver has been fired for telling a would-be passenger that he wasn't picked up because he's black. The Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority says the exchange was caught on video Wednesday afternoon. Transit officials say the bus was traveling from Edgartown to Oak Bluffs when the driver passed the person. The bus was at capacity, but officials say the driver had failed to switch the marquee indicating it was full. The man took an Uber to ... More>>

Baby dead after being left in hot car in south Florida, police say

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PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. --  Florida police say an infant that was left in a parked vehicle Friday has died. The National Weather Service reported that temperatures in the area Friday afternoon were in the mid- to upper-90s.  The parent had come to work and left the 17-month-old boy strapped in the car seat, with the engine turned off and the windows rolled up, authorities told CBS Miami.  Later in the day, about eight hours later, the parent realized what had happen... More>>

CCPD responding to possible bank robbery

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Officers with the Corpus Christi Police Department are responding to possible bank robbery.

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Baylor settles lawsuit with woman who said players raped her

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WACO, Texas (AP) - Baylor University on Friday settled a federal Title IX lawsuit brought by a former volleyball player who alleged that she was drugged and gang raped by at least four football players in 2012.     

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Police impersonator tries to pull over unmarked cop car

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The Arizona Department of Public Safety recently sent out a press release stating that two of their own were targeted by a police impersonator.  

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Drivers aim to expand Kentucky Speedway winners' club

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SPARTA, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky Speedway's winners club is seeking new members.   

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Jury finds man guilty of murdering veteran who defended his daughter

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CORPUS CHRISTI -  A man who is accused of shooting and killing a disabled veteran was found guilty of manslaughter with a deadly weapon in court. 

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The 83rd Annual Deep Sea Round Up kicks off

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The oldest fishing tournament on the Gulf Coast is underway.  

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Nonprofit gets money to paint houses for owners with low income

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CORPUS CHRISTI -  One group who helps get Corpus Christi families into their first homes will now be able to help needy families paint theirs. The Coastal Bend Community Foundation presented a $100,000 check to Habitat for Humanity. 

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Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor

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On today's Troubleshooters a woman says she paid a contractor and his brothers $3000.00 to do some work at a property her father owns. 

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CCPD urge people to lock their doors after burglaries

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Three people get caught on camera breaking into a car, now police are urging people to lock their cars, so they do not fall victim. 

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8 MS-13 gang members in US illegally indicted in Texas

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DALLAS (AP) - Authorities say eight MS-13 members in the U.S. illegally have been indicted in Texas on charges tied to alleged gang activities including racketeering conspiracy, attempted murder and assault. 

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City criticized for seeking money from fallen firefighters

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HOUSTON (AP) - An attorney for the families of a group of firefighters who died after battling a 2013 Houston hotel fire says the city is "heartless" for trying to recoup medical costs and other expenses from the families by filing liens against them. 

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Ex-employee criticizes investigation into top Globe editor

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BOSTON (AP) - A former Boston Globe employee who accused the newspaper's top editor of sending her inappropriate text messages is criticizing an investigation that found he didn't violate the company's anti-harassment policy. 

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Stranded boaters rescued by good Samaritan ion 10

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A good Samaritan comes to the aid of another boater after a vessel breaks down near jetties. 

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Former Aransas County teacher arrested on child sex offense

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A former Aransas County Independent School District teacher has been arrested on sexual performance by a child. Aransas County Sheriff Bill Mills confirmed the Aransas County Sheriff's Department arrested Kelsey Paige Fitzpatrick,27, Thursday afternoon.

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12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 US election

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(AP) - The Justice Department has announced charges against 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses during the 2016 presidential election. The indictments were announced Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as part of the ongoing special counsel probe into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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Chuck E. Cheese's offers Pay Your Age for all you can play

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Didn't get a bear on Pay Your Age day? Chuck-E-Cheese says come to their restaurant and Pay Your Age for 30 minutes of all you can play games.  The company posted the deal on their website on Thursday night. The post says this offer is available only for Friday, July 13 at participating locations where the Chuck-E-Cheese Play Pass is available, which includes the Corpus Christi location, according to the Chuck E. Cheese website. Chuck E. Cheese’s The maximum charge ...

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'Do not eat this cereal': CDC links Honey Smacks, salmonella

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ATLANTA (AP) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has infected 100 people in 33 states.  

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Alameda at Robert shut down for repairs

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A portion of Alameda is closed this morning while crews continue to make repairs to a water main break, according to city officials.  Michael Olivarez, water superintendent with the city, said a 16 inch transmission line broke around 3 a.m. Thursday. The cause of the break in unknown, but Olivarez said it is possibly caused by the dry, hot conditions. Crews have worked around-the-clock to repair the line.  There is no updated time on when the repairs may be finished a...

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Build-A-Bear offers vouchers to disappointed 'Pay Your Age' guests

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Build-A-Bear is trying to make up for their failed Pay Your Age day event by offering vouchers to customers.  The company announced Monday that customers could choose from the entire in-store collection and pay just their age in dollar amount for the product on Thursday, July 12. People across the U.S. Crowded stores and malls and many guests had to be turned away due to the overwhelming response, including here in Corpus Christi.  Build-A-Bear announced just a...

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Kitchen Cops: July 12th

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Five perfect scores and one B-list restaurant in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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Wheel of Shame: July 11th

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Action 10 News has teamed 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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Crime of the Week: July 11th

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A pair of coin machine thieves get caught on camera now police need your help putting them behind bars. It's the Crime of the Week.

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Troubleshooters: Pro Tech Landscaping

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Several people have called with complaints about a local landscaping company. It sounds like a familiar story.  

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Kitchen Cops: July 10th

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Five perfect scores and two B-list restaurants in Tuesday's Edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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Kitchen Cops: July 5th

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Topping Thursday's Kitchen Cops List with a 100 is the Marble Slab Creamery located at 3133 Alameda. P& E Donuts located at 3138 South Padre Island Drive scored a 100. 

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Crime of the Week: July 4th

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CORPUS CHRISTI -  Steven Gomez loved life and he did his best to help others. 

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Wheel of Shame: July 4th

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Every Wednesday, Action 10 News 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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Wheel of Shame Arrests: July 4th

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Action 10 News has learned three fugitives featured on the Wheel of Shame are now in jail. 

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Kitchen Cops: July 3rd

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Two perfect scores and two B-list restaurants. 

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Troubleshooters: Flour Bluff Couple

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The Troubleshooters have been following a story about a disabled couple in Flour Bluff since April. They paid a contractor to put a new roof on their home in February. It's still not done. 

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Kitchen Cops: June 28th

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Four perfect scores and four B-list restaurants in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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Troubleshooters: CBC Administrator Speaks Out

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In May, the Troubleshooters brought you exclusive special reports on allegations of grade changes involving students in the Coastal Bend College's LVN Nursing Program. 

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Crime of the Week: June 27th

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The hunt is on for the man caught on camera breaking into machines at area laundromats. It's the Crime of the Week.

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Wheel of Shame: June 27th

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Action 10 News has teamed 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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Wheel of Shame Arrest: June 27th

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One fugitive on the Wheel of Shame is now in jail. 

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Kitchen Cops: June 26th

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One restaurant made the Kitchen Cops Report twice.

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Troubleshooters: Mary House

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 A woman called us saying the ceilings in both of the bedrooms in her rental house collapsed from all this week's rain. She further claims the landlord hasn't done much about it.  

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Kitchen Cops: June 21st

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One restaurant made the Kitchen Cops list twice. 

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  • Ailing auto CEO Marchionne had multiple roles, no script

    Ailing auto CEO Marchionne had multiple roles, no script

    Sunday, July 22 2018 8:59 AM EDT2018-07-22 12:59:18 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Luca Bruno, file). FILE - In this Friday, June 1, 2018 file photo, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne speaks during a press conference at the FCA headquarter, in Balocco, Italy. The boards of Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari and CNH Industrial have be...(AP Photo/Luca Bruno, file). FILE - In this Friday, June 1, 2018 file photo, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne speaks during a press conference at the FCA headquarter, in Balocco, Italy. The boards of Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari and CNH Industrial have be...
    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chairman has written a letter to the carmaker's employees to inform them that long-time CEO Sergio Marchionne's condition has worsened, preventing him from returning to the company he...
    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chairman has written a letter to the carmaker's employees to inform them that long-time CEO Sergio Marchionne's condition has worsened, preventing him from returning to the company he created through a merger.
  • Deadly LA market shooting started with domestic feud

    Deadly LA market shooting started with domestic feud

    Monday, July 23 2018 1:25 AM EDT2018-07-23 05:25:19 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes). A makeshift memorial of flowers, candles and notes grows on the sidewalk outside the Los Feliz Trader Joe's store in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 22, 2018. A day earlier, Trader Joe's employee Melyda Corado was shot and kille...(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes). A makeshift memorial of flowers, candles and notes grows on the sidewalk outside the Los Feliz Trader Joe's store in Los Angeles, Sunday, July 22, 2018. A day earlier, Trader Joe's employee Melyda Corado was shot and kille...
    A relative says a deadly shootout at a Los Angeles supermarket started with a domestic feud miles away.
    A relative says a deadly shootout at a Los Angeles supermarket started with a domestic feud miles away.
  • Boat accident survivors join hundreds at Branson memorial

    Boat accident survivors join hundreds at Branson memorial

    Sunday, July 22 2018 7:14 PM EDT2018-07-22 23:14:51 GMT
    Monday, July 23 2018 3:40 AM EDT2018-07-23 07:40:29 GMT
    (Nathan Papes /The Springfield News-Leader via AP). College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Mo., held a community wide memorial service on Sunday, July 22, 2018, for the families, friends and victims of the duck boat tragedy on Table Rock Lake.(Nathan Papes /The Springfield News-Leader via AP). College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Mo., held a community wide memorial service on Sunday, July 22, 2018, for the families, friends and victims of the duck boat tragedy on Table Rock Lake.
    A bell at a Branson, Missouri, chapel has chimed 17 times in remembrance of the victims killed in a boat accident nearby.
    A bell at a Branson, Missouri, chapel has chimed 17 times in remembrance of the victims killed in a boat accident nearby.
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  • Troubleshooters: Coastal Bend College secretly recorded conversation

    Troubleshooters: Coastal Bend College secretly recorded conversation

    Thursday, July 19 2018 7:17 PM EDT2018-07-19 23:17:42 GMT

    We continue our Troubleshooters Special Reports on allegations of grade changes in the Licensed Vocational Nursing program at Coastal Bend College Tonight, a nursing program graduate claims he was asked by a member of the school's board of trustees to secretly record his conversation...

    We continue our Troubleshooters Special Reports on allegations of grade changes in the Licensed Vocational Nursing program at Coastal Bend College Tonight, a nursing program graduate claims he was asked by a member of the school's board of trustees to secretly record his conversation...

  • Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor Continued

    Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor Continued

    Monday, July 16 2018 8:23 PM EDT2018-07-17 00:23:28 GMT

    Last Friday, the Troubleshooters reported on a woman who feels like she was stiffed by a contractor. We have an update on this story.  On Friday, Yolanda Ramos told her story to the Troubleshooters. 

    Last Friday, the Troubleshooters reported on a woman who feels like she was stiffed by a contractor. We have an update on this story.  On Friday, Yolanda Ramos told her story to the Troubleshooters. 

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  • Keuchel takes no-hitter into 7th, Astros top Angels 3-1

    Keuchel takes no-hitter into 7th, Astros top Angels 3-1

    Saturday, July 21 2018 1:38 AM EDT2018-07-21 05:38:51 GMT
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    Houston Astros logo.Houston Astros logo.
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Dallas Keuchel took a no-hitter into the seventh and finished with 7 2/3 innings of two-hit ball in the Houston Astros’ 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night. Justin Upton broke up Keuchel’s bid with two outs in the seventh when his line drive escaped the glove of leaping Astros shortstop Marwin Gonzalez. The Angel Stadium scorer awarded a hit instead of an error on what would have been a fine defensive play if Gonzalez had h...
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Dallas Keuchel took a no-hitter into the seventh and finished with 7 2/3 innings of two-hit ball in the Houston Astros’ 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night. Justin Upton broke up Keuchel’s bid with two outs in the seventh when his line drive escaped the glove of leaping Astros shortstop Marwin Gonzalez. The Angel Stadium scorer awarded a hit instead of an error on what would have been a fine defensive play if Gonzalez had h...
  • The coaches boat

    The coaches boat

    Friday, July 20 2018 1:22 AM EDT2018-07-20 05:22:13 GMT

    Day 4 of the 2018 Youth World Sailing Championships got intense quickly on the coaches boat. With many different languages shouting out suggestions and encouragement, the stakes were obviously high on the second to last day of racing.   "Now we are very near, very close to know who is going to win the event," Argentina sails coach, Hirna Vila told KZTV.  A boat with 18 sails coaches from around the world (ISR, GRE, HKG, ARG, CRO, POL, BEL, RUS, KOR, G...

    Day 4 of the 2018 Youth World Sailing Championships got intense quickly on the coaches boat. With many different languages shouting out suggestions and encouragement, the stakes were obviously high on the second to last day of racing.   "Now we are very near, very close to know who is going to win the event," Argentina sails coach, Hirna Vila told KZTV.  A boat with 18 sails coaches from around the world (ISR, GRE, HKG, ARG, CRO, POL, BEL, RUS, KOR, G...

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  • Kitchen Cops: July 19th

    Kitchen Cops: July 19th

    Friday, July 20 2018 11:39 AM EDT2018-07-20 15:39:24 GMT
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    In tonight's Kitchen Cops report, health inspectors find rodents, grease on the floor, food in the ceiling and toxic items found in the food prep area.  

    In tonight's Kitchen Cops report, health inspectors find rodents, grease on the floor, food in the ceiling and toxic items found in the food prep area.  

  • Kitchen Cops: July 17th

    Kitchen Cops: July 17th

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 12:22 PM EDT2018-07-17 16:22:16 GMT
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    Two perfect scores and three B-list restaurants in Tuesday's Edition of the Kitchen Cops.

    Two perfect scores and three B-list restaurants in Tuesday's Edition of the Kitchen Cops.

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