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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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Your Sunday Forecast

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It was a pretty pleasant start to our weekend here in the Coastal Bend. We made it up to 91 degrees this afternoon. 

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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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Hazy skies on Sunday, becoming hotter

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We’re going to get a taste of some more African Dust on Sunday, and then the heat miser goes crazy with temperatures soaring next week.

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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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Tennessee health investigation of zipline illness continues

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GATLINBURG, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Department of Health says its investigation continues into gastrointestinal illness that affected more than 500 people who visited a zipline attraction.   

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Victims fly to California to see accused serial killer

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Three victims of a notorious Northern California serial killer and rapist said they are feeling relief after flying to California's capital city to see the alleged attacker behind bars for the first time Thursday.

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Vick's Famous Hamburgers opens bigger restaurant

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Vick's held a grand opening celebration for its new restaurant.  It's actually right next to the old one on Port Avenue. 

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Man pulled under and dragged by rail train

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COLORADO - A 62-year-old Colorado man is alive cameras after falling and being pulled under a rail train.

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Man assaults man dressed in a Minion costume

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A 25-year-old man faces criminal charges for attacking a man dressed as a Minion cartoon character. 

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Port Aransas Police identify woman found dead in the surf

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Port Aransas Police are trying to figure out how a local woman drowned. According to police, someone found 38-year old Jennifer Greene's body Wednesday afternoon in the surf near the jetties. When paramedics arrived, they administered C.P.R. several times but she was unresponsive. Port Aransas Police Chief Scott Burroughs said Greene owned a taxi cab company in Port Aransas and was well known in the community.

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CCPD is searching for mail theft suspect

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The Corpus Christi police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect targeting mailboxes. 

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People with disabilities affected by Hurricane Harvey get an extra boost

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Rebuilding post harvey has not been easy. One  apartment complex has taken about 10 months to rebuild while another across the street hasn't gotten started yet. So not only is availability a factor. So is money. And no one is affected more than the disabled. Many  on limited budgets.   Melvin Kimbrell is one of the lucky ones who reached out to the Coastal Bend Center for Independent Living, and got help. "I was displaced by hurricane harvey this last Aug. 2017...

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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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Water line breaks induced by summer heat

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi says the summer heat is causing water line breaks around the city. 

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Corpus Christi native participates in world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise

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By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jackson Brown, Navy Office of Community Outreach PEARL HARBOR - A 2016 Flower Bluff High School graduate and Corpus Christi, Texas, native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise known as the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC). Petty Officer 3rd Class Peyton Smith is a damage controlman aboard USS William P. Lawrence, currently operating out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A Navy damage controlm...

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Attorney: Charges dropped against Stormy Daniels

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The attorney for porn actress Stormy Daniels says prosecutors have dropped all charges against her following her overnight arrest at an Ohio adult club.

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Safety concerns prompt closure for Build-A-Bear Pay Your Age Day

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Build-A-Bear got more than it could handle with their Pay Your Age Day event and is now closing lines at all stores due to safety concerns.  Photos on social media show lines so long at the local store that security officers were moving people outside of the building.  Build-A-Bear's website has an alert banner saying all lines for the Pay Your Age Day event are closed.  Please be aware: Based on the unprecedented response to our Pay Your Age Day event in our early ...

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3 charged in Texas vandalism after Melania Trump jacket flap

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Three people have been indicted in Texas on vandalism charges after slogans were found spray-painted on historic missions in San Antonio.    One message said: "I dont care. Do you."    The vandalism showed up hours after first lady Melania Trump on June 21 wore a jacket with the words "I really don't care, do u?" while traveling to and from South Texas to visit a facility housing migrant children separated from their parents... More>>

Water main break shuts down portions of Alameda

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A water main break has closed down parts of Alameda this morning.  Crews are on the 4500 block of Alameda due to a major water main break near Robert and Eldon Drive.  One lane in each direction is shut down due to flooding in the street.  For real time traffic updates, check out our traffic map here. We will update this story with more information as soon as it is available. 

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Nevada execution delayed indefinitely after ruling on drug

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By KEN RITTER and MICHELLE L. PRICE Associated Press    LAS VEGAS (AP) - A state trying to execute its first inmate in 12 years using an untested combination of drugs is heading back to planning stages, and a twice-convicted killer who wants to die will return to death row, after a court postponed his lethal injection to allow a drug company to argue that it never intended for a sedative that it makes to be used for executions.    Scott Raymond Dozier's lawyer, Th... More>>

Lawyer: Stormy Daniels arrested at Ohio strip club

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By CATHERINE LUCEY and MICHAEL BALSAMO Associated Press    Porn actress Stormy Daniels was arrested at an Ohio strip club and is accused of letting patrons touch her in violation of a state law, her attorney said early Thursday.    While Daniels was performing Wednesday night at Sirens, a strip club in Columbus, some patrons touched her in a "non-sexual" way, her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told The Associated Press.    An Ohio law known as the ... More>>

Top Texas appeals court won't stop next week's execution

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HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has refused to stop the scheduled execution next week of an inmate convicted of fatally shooting a San Antonio convenience store owner nearly 14 years ago.    

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Woman gets prison for firing gun during pipeline protest

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Denver woman accused of shooting at officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline was sentenced Wednesday to four years and nine months in federal prison.  

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Area shelters get one-on-one with OVW Director

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Damage caused by Hurricane Harvey has affected everyone including non-profit groups. 

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Purple Door asks for donations of school supplies

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The Purple Door is working to get kids in the Coastal Bend ready for the coming school year, but they need the public’s help to make their vision a reality. 

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Rep Cloud's vote helps pass bill that modernizes fishery management

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Congressman Michael Cloud voted today in favor of H.R. 200, a bipartisan bill which includes the “Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2017” and passed by a margin of 222-193. 

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Judge Williams suspension revoked, able to serve in court again

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The State Commission on Judicial Conduct has voted late Wednesday to lift the suspension of  local District Judge Guy Williams.

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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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First-time homeowner says her dream home is a nightmare

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A first-time homeowner claims her dream home has turned into a nightmare. 

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ME identifies woman killed in Tuesday morning car accident

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CORPUS CHRISTI -  The woman who was killed in a car accident early morning Tuesday has been identified.  

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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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Houston VHS swap meet attracts fans of the old format

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HOUSTON (AP) - For Rick Carruth, it started with "Star Wars."      A lifelong fan of the franchise, he wanted to watch the original three films in their unaltered, theatrical versions. But those versions have never been released on DVD, so Carruth, 39, sought out what he wanted on VHS.     

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Appeals court hears challenge to Texas campus carry law

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Attorneys for three University of Texas professors asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to revive their challenge of a law allowing people with concealed-handgun licenses to carry weapons on public university campuses.

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Portion of Alameda closed due to water main break

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A section of Alameda is closed due to a major water main break.  The 4500 block of Alameda, between Pennington and Monette, is completely closed while workers try to fix the break.

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Judge Robert "Bobby" Balderas passes away

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Judge Robert "Bobby" Balderas passed away today after a battle with liver cancer.  Balderas' administrative secretary confirmed the judge's passing.

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Portion of Alameda Street to close due to damaged utility line

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The city of Corpus Christi is advising drivers that a portion of Alameda Street will be closed while repairs are made to a utility line. According to the city, Alameda, between Atlantic and Naples Streets will be completely closed while crews work to repair the damaged line.

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American woman killed in shooting at Mexico City restaurant

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MEXICO CITY -- Mexico City authorities are investigating the death of a U.S. tourist killed by what appeared to be a stray bullet in a shooting at a taco restaurant in a wealthy capital neighborhood. The city prosecutor's office said a 27-year-old American woman was leaving the restaurant early Saturday when gunmen aboard a motorcycle fired on a man authorities identified as a bouncer at an area bar. The man was wounded but survived. Authorities said in a statement that th... More>>

Ending a long tradition, Southwest will stop serving peanuts

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Southwest Airlines will stop giving away peanuts on flights next month, ending a tradition that goes back decades. The airline said Tuesday it was pulling peanuts from all flights because of concern for passengers with peanut allergies. They will be replaced by pretzels and, on some longer flights, other free snacks. Southwest says the decision follows months of deliberation and isn't tied to any particular incident involving passengers with allergies. No snack is more closely iden... More>>

Trump says drug maker Pfizer ‘rolling back price hikes’

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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says pharmaceutical company Pfizer is “rolling back price hikes, so American patients don’t pay more.” Trump is tweeting that he and Health Secretary Alex Azar discussed the issue Tuesday with Pfizer CEO Ian Read. Pfizer has issued a statement saying Read has agreed to “defer the company’s price increases that were effective on July 1 to give the president an opportunity to work on his blueprint to strength... More>>

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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Texas police shoot, kill man who swung machetes at vehicles

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GARLAND, Texas (AP) - Police in North Texas have shot and killed a man who witnesses said was armed with two machetes that he swung at passing vehicles.      

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Trial for suspected mosque arsonist underway

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A federal prosecutor says a "rabid hatred" of Muslims led a 26-year-old man to set fire to a  mosque in Victoria. 

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Aransas Pass Food Pantry running low on donations

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The Aransas Pass community food program is in need of donations.  

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Thousands of dead crabs on beaches explained by experts

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COASTAL BEND - Carcasses of blue crabs and other marine life have been seen by the thousands along Mustang Island. 

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Illinois cop off beat after dispute over Puerto Rican shirt

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CHICAGO (AP) - A park police officer in Chicago has been assigned to desk duty while officials investigate his response to a woman who said she was being harassed for wearing a shirt with the Puerto Rican flag

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Police want help identifying credit card skimming suspects

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A post was made to CCPD Blotter today that the Corpus Christi Police Department is asking for help finding suspects in credit card cloning and credit card abuse cases. 

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CCPD urges pedestrian safety after a woman is killed attempting to cross a highway

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The Corpus Christi Police Department is urging people to use crosswalks. 

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Mission Accomplished: All 12 boys, coach rescued from Thailand cave

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MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) -   Thailand's navy SEALs say all 12 boys and their soccer coach have been rescued from a flooded cave in far northern Thailand, ending an ordeal that lasted more than two weeks.  

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Helping in the Heat

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The homeless population in South Texas has grown; hurricane Harvey displaced many people and one of the few places they can seek food and shelter, is trying to maintain resources they can use.   "Can you imagine sleeping on the street in the mosquitoes, in the danger?" executive director, Carole Murphery posed the hypothetical question to KZTV.  Carole, has dedicated her life to making sure people in the Coastal Bend, down on their luck have  a pla...

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Border Patrol rescues tree-year-old girl abandoned in river

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McAllen agents say they have rescued a three-year-old that was separated from her mother by smugglers. Agents say she was abandoned in the river.

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Hospital plane makes emergency landing at CCIA

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An airplane used by Driscoll Children’s Hospital had to make an emergency landing at the Corpus Christi International Airport this morning. According to CCIA spokesperson Kim Bridger, just before 10 a.m., a  Jetstream aircraft with two people onboard radioed the airport to report hydraulic problems. Bridger says the plane landed safely and was towed to a hangar for inspection.

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Multiple boys removed from cave on third day of rescues

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The ninth and tenth boys were removed Tuesday, the third day of a huge international operation to save the boys and their coach.

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Designer workshops help aspiring developers

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The free workshop is intended for individuals looking to submit residential or commercial plans for permitting and inspection and want to submit their own designs, but do not have engineering or architectural backgrounds.

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Hidalgo, Cameron County residents receive tax relief for severe storms, flooding

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The President has declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Texas.

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Walt Disney World worker dies in 'industrial accident'

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The sheriff's office is calling the death an industrial accident, but no details were immediately released about what the man had been doing or what killed him.

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Recycle Right’s M.T. Cupp stirs up trouble in the blue bin

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Whether she’s chilling with a soft drink or keeping coffee warm, M.T. Cupp, the Styrofoam container, always seems to be filing up the blue recycling bin with plenty of trouble.

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Trial begins for alleged killer of man who was defending his daughter

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Opening statements were made Monday afternoon in the trial of a man who is accused of shooting and killing a disabled veteran. 

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Domestic Violence Court hears first case on July 10th

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Nueces County has a new kind of court.

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Dress up like a cow to get free Chick-fil-A

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Chick-fil-A declares Tuesday, July 10, 2018, "Cow Appreciation" Day.  

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Shocking! IHOP acknowledges it faked IHOb name change

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NEW YORK (AP) — IHOP has come clean. 

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Judge increases bail amount for mom accused of selling son

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A judge increases the bail for a woman accused of trying to sell her own children. 

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Texas girl electrocuted reaching behind dryer for kittens

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NEW BOSTON, Texas (AP) - Authorities in East Texas are investigating the death of a 10-year-old girl who was apparently electrocuted as she was reaching behind a clothes dryer to retrieve her kittens.

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Military widow grieves again after momentos stolen

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Megan Mackey's purse was stolen from her truck. At first she thought she took it inside.

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CCPD cracks down on clerks selling alcohol to minors

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When it comes to underage drinking Corpus Christi Police officers are always on high alert. “It's never good when underage consumption occurs and frequently, way too often results in tragedy,” says Lt. J.C. Hooper. 

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FBI, deputies search landfill for evidence of missing woman

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YULEE, Fla. (AP) - Authorities are searching for evidence of a missing Florida woman in a landfill near the Florida-Georgia line.   

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Cowboys cornerback indicted following road-rage incident

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PLANO, Texas (AP) - Dallas Cowboys cornerback Marquez White has been indicted on one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in what he described as a road-rage incident in suburban Dallas.   

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Former VA pathologist denies being impaired on duty

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BC-US--Impaired Pathologist Former VA pathologist denies being impaired on duty Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.

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Uber poised to make investment in scooter-rental business

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Uber appears to be getting into the scooter-rental business.     

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Family: Woman on oxygen dies after power cut off to her home

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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The family of a New Jersey woman who relied on electric-powered oxygen to breathe says she died after New Jersey's largest utility cut off service at her house.  

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Starbucks, citing ocean threat, is ditching plastic straws

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NEW YORK (AP) - Starbucks will eliminate plastic straws from all of its locations within two years, the coffee chain announced Monday, becoming the largest food and beverage company to do so as calls for businesses and cities to cut waste grow louder. 

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Nissan says exhaust tests were altered in latest scandal

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TOKYO (AP) - Nissan Motor Co. says it has altered the results of exhaust emissions and fuel economy tests of new vehicles sold in Japan, in the latest misconduct to surface at the Japanese automaker.

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Beyonce, Jay-Z to headline Africa festival honoring Mandela

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JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Beyonce and Jay-Z will headline a special Global Citizen Festival in honor of Nelson Mandela in South Africa late this year.

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Dietary supplement recalled due to undeclared allergens

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LL’s Magnetic Clay, Inc. of Austin, Texas is recalling all lots of Prescript-Assist (still within expiration date), a dietary supplement it marketed until late 2017, because of its potential to contain undeclared allergens, including almonds, crustaceans, milk, casein, eggs, and peanuts.

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City holds public meeting, discusses water quality

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This is an annual water quality report required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for distribution to customers of the City of Corpus Christi water distribution system.

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Rescuers search for dozens still missing after Japan floods

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HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) - Rescuers were hard at work searching for dozens still missing in southwestern Japan on Monday after heavy rains that left residents returning to their homes speechless and unsure where to start the recovery and cleanup due to the extent of damage from flooding and mudslides.

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'Ant-Man and the Wasp' buzzes to $76 million debut

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NEW YORK (AP) - Despite its heroes' diminutive size, "Ant-Man and the Wasp" opened with typical Marvel might at the box office, with an estimated $76 million in ticket sales.

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1 dead after helicopter crashed into residence

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) - Authorities in Virginia say at least one person was killed in a residential structure after a helicopter crashed into it. 

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CCFD: House fire possibly caused by lightning strike

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Corpus Christi Fire Fighters say a lightning strike may have been the cause of a house fire in the 1300 block of Brentwood Drive this afternoon.  According to CCFD, residents reported hearing a loud bang, followed by flickering lights at the house before reporting the fire at 12:25 p.m. Investigators were not on scene to determine the cause of the fire, but Frank Solanski with CCFD's Battalion 2 says it appears that a lightning strike likely caused the blaze.  Solanski sa...

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More South Texas land owners getting letters on border wall

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ROMA, Texas (AP) - More property owners along the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas say they've received notices from the federal government asking to review their land, which could be used for border wall construction.      KENS-TV reports residents in the town of Escobares received letters from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a few weeks ago to get their consent to survey their land.      Rio Grande City School Distric...

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Ambulances, helicopter leave Thai cave as rescue underway

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MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) - Two ambulances were seen Sunday evening leaving a cave in northern Thailand where 12 youth soccer players and their coach have been trapped for more than two weeks, hours after an operation began to rescue them.

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Beaumont leaders concerned with matching federal Harvey funding

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BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) - Leaders of areas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey are questioning how they will pay the local share of flood control projects only partly funded by the federal government.

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South Texas lawyer, activist accused of smuggling immigrants

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A lawyer and activist is charged with human smuggling after being accused of picking up two immigrants in the U.S. illegally on the side of a South Texas road.

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Trump lawyers call Comey 'Machiavellian' in note to Mueller

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Lawyers for President Donald Trump unleashed a blistering attack on former FBI Director James Comey in a confidential memo last year to the special counsel, casting him as "Machiavellian," dishonest and "unbounded by law and regulation" as they sought to undermine the credibility of a law enforcement leader they see as a critical witness against the president. 

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Queen Latifah celebrates with hip-hop legends at Essence

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Iconic females in the music industry shined at the Essence Festival, where Queen Latifah used her debut performance to celebrate "Ladies First" and her 30 years in the trenches.

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Husband of day care operator accused of molesting girls

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HARMONTOWN, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi man is facing multiple charges after investigators say he molested children in a home day care run by his wife. News outlets report that 46-year-old John Westmoreland of Harmontown is charged with six counts of touching a child for lustful purposes.

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Ruling delayed on family  reunification deadline

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SAN DIEGO (AP) - A judge has put off at least until Monday a ruling on a Trump administration request for more time to reunite more than 100 children under 5 who were separated from their parents after crossing the border.

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2 dead after pawn shop shooting in Fort Worth

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DALLAS (AP) - Police say two people are dead following a possible robbery attempt at a Fort Worth pawn shop.

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Showers likely to continue

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This will help to keep our temperatures a bit below average. 

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Sanders: Nurses' contract negotiation is about priorities

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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders threw his support behind University of Vermont Medical Center nurses ahead of union negotiations Friday, saying hospital administrators need to increase wages and avert a scheduled strike.     

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Rockport and Refugio gets millions in grants for affordable housing rebuilds

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Texas Land Commissioner, Bush visits Rockport today and awards $7.5 MIL in grants to the city for affordable housing reconstruction.

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Hydraulic fluid spill causes shut down of Comal River recreational activities

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Areas of the Comal River is temporarily closed for recreational activity while cleanup crews work to remove spilled hydraulic fuel.  

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Immigrant PhD candidate rocked by sudden US Army discharge

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Growing up in eastern China, Panshu Zhao fell in love with America. 

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Mother of girl declared dead twice slams doctors at funeral

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The mother of a teenager at the center of a medical and religious debate over brain death told dozens of family members, friends and others at the girl's funeral Friday to stop allowing doctors to "pull the plug on your people."    

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Steve Ditko, Spider-Man co-creator, dies at age 90

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NEW YORK (AP) - Police in New York say Steve Ditko, who co-created the Spider-Man and Doctor Strange characters for Marvel Comics, has died. He was 90.  

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Tony Parker signs with Charlotte Hornets

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LAS VEGAS - Tony Parker's time in San Antonio is over, after 17 seasons and four NBA championships.   

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Sports tourism drives economic opportunity in Portland

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“Hotels bring Portland a lot of dollars,” says city council member John Green. 

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10-year-old local track star qualifies for the Junior Olympics

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Milauni Williams is a 10-year-old track star. She's been competing for about 5 years now and runs the 100, 200 and 400 The young star says she got into running while trying to keep up with her older brothers and sisters. 

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Mosquito spraying scheduled throughout weekend

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Vector Control for the City of Corpus Christi will continue spraying for mosquitoes throughout the weekend. 

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Baylor denies allegations of racism, cover-up in lawsuit

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A former Baylor University athletic director's claims that the school used black football players as scapegoats to cover up a school-wide sexual assault scandal are bizarre and "blatantly false," according to the university.  

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Nueces County deputy arrested for allegedly discharging weapon during argument

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A Nueces County Sheriff's deputy was arrested earlier this week after Corpus Christi police say he discharged his weapon in an apartment.  The incident happened July 4 at the Icon Apartments on the 6900 block of Saratoga.

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Mazda recalls 270,000 vehicles over Takata airbags

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NEW YORK (AP) - Mazda is recalling nearly 270,000 vehicles with Takata airbags that have the potential to explode. Chemicals used to inflate the air bags can deteriorate in some conditions, causing them to deploy with too much force, blowing apart a metal canister that can result in flying shrapnel. 

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CCPD: Man facing DWI charges after driving truck into water

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One man is facing DWI charges after driving his truck into the water near the JFK Causeway.

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Texas gas stations agree to repay customers for Hurricane Harvey price gouging

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48 Texas gas stations are accused by the Texas attorney general of price gouging during Hurricane Harvey. Those 48 gas stations have agreed to refund customers in the total amount of $166,592. No gas stations in the Corpus Christi area are accused of price gouging during Harvey and most stations are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.  A state of disaster was declared by Governor Greg Abbott as Harvey was approaching the coast, which activated a provision of the Texas Decept...

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Win free Chick-Fil-A for a year at Grand Opening

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It is almost time to welcome a new Chick-Fil-A Restaurant to Corpus Christi, specifically the south side of town. The restaurant is set to open next Thursday, July 12, at 5929 Saratoga Blvd. To celebrate the opening, the store is hosting a First 100 Campout Giveaway. Each of the First 100 Participants at the Grand Opening of the Chick-fil-A, who comply with the official rules, will receive a grand prize of Chick-Fila-A for an entire year.  Those who wish to participate should a...

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Raspas, it's more than a name

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Exactly one night after celebrating Independence Day as a community, the Hooks baseball organization decided to affirm a Hispanic heritage and Mexican culture, so deeply rooted in the Coastal Bend. The flags of the United States, Texas, and Mexico flew beautifully over center-field and overlooked a newly designed logo of the "Raspa" at home plate.  For those who "aren't from around these parts" a raspa is a cold treat made from ice and sweetly flavor...

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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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Collier Pool decontaminated and reopened after human waste found in it

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Collier Pool shut down for a day for a little cleaning.  

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Automated CPR saves a life in Port Aransas

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In a life or death situation, every second counts. "Every minute they go without having CPR the chances of them not surviving the event go up 10 to 15 percent per minute," says Port Aransas EMS chief Tim Macintosh. 

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Man found dead at the bottom of Ocean Drive motel swimming pool

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Corpus Christi Police say a was called to an Ocean Drive motel swimming pool this evening. 

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AP NewsBreak: US Army quietly discharging immigrant recruits

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Some immigrant U.S. Army reservists and recruits who enlisted in the military with a promised path to citizenship are being abruptly discharged, the Associated Press has learned.

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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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Coastal Bend College Board Meeting, a Troubleshooters Follow Up

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Mayhem at last night's Coastal Bend College Board of Trustees meeting in Beeville. 

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Crime of the Week: June 20th

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More than $17,000 in cash and property stolen from a home. Now cops need your help finding the men who did it. It's the Crime of the Week. 

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Wheel of Shame Arrests: June 20th

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Three fugitives on the Wheel of Shame are now in jail. 

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Wheel of Shame: June 20th

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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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Kitchen cops: June 19th

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There are several perfect scores and only one B-list restaurant.

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Troubleshooters: Caterer

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On today's Troubleshooters, what would you do if a caterer you hired, and paid, flaked on you, just days before your event ?  In January, Angie Limon wrote this check for $500.00 to Albert Rodriguez. It was a down payment for him to cater her son's graduation party, scheduled for June. "He answered all the questions I had as far as like what I should get for so many people.  He was pretty accurate.  He was very responsive.  So I didn't see a problem," sh...

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Kitchen Cops: June 14th

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No perfect scores or A-list restaurants but one restaurant did make the B-list.

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Crime of the Week: June 13th

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Detective are turning to the public for help to catch three men who broke into the Police Athletic League.

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  • Suspect in shooting of 3 Kansas City cops dies in standoff

    Suspect in shooting of 3 Kansas City cops dies in standoff

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    Authorities are searching for a suspect in the shooting of two police officers in Kansas City, Missouri. Police spokesman Jacob Becchina said Sunday that the officers' conditions aren't available.
    Authorities are searching for a suspect in the shooting of two police officers in Kansas City, Missouri. Police spokesman Jacob Becchina said Sunday that the officers' conditions aren't available.
  • Man killed by Chicago police ran away, reached for waist

    Man killed by Chicago police ran away, reached for waist

    Sunday, July 15 2018 10:32 AM EDT2018-07-15 14:32:44 GMT
    Sunday, July 15 2018 7:00 PM EDT2018-07-15 23:00:39 GMT
    (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune via AP). A woman tries to calm a man down as he yells at a police officer at the scene of a police involved shooting in Chicago, on Saturday, July 14, 2018.(Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune via AP). A woman tries to calm a man down as he yells at a police officer at the scene of a police involved shooting in Chicago, on Saturday, July 14, 2018.
    Chicago Police say body cameras worn by officers and surveillance cameras shows the man shot and killed a police officer was armed with what appeared to be a handgun.
    Chicago Police say body cameras worn by officers and surveillance cameras shows the man shot and killed a police officer was armed with what appeared to be a handgun.
  • New Mexico passenger bus crash kills 3, injures 24 others

    New Mexico passenger bus crash kills 3, injures 24 others

    Sunday, July 15 2018 12:40 PM EDT2018-07-15 16:40:06 GMT
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    Authorities say a crash involving a passenger bus and three other vehicles on a highway in New Mexico has killed three people and sent 22 others to the hospital.
    Authorities say a crash involving a passenger bus and three other vehicles on a highway in New Mexico has killed three people and sent 22 others to the hospital.
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  • Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor

    Troubleshooters: Glazebrook Contractor

    Friday, July 13 2018 7:40 PM EDT2018-07-13 23:40:45 GMT

    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. 

    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. 

  • Troubleshooters: Pro Tech Landscaping

    Troubleshooters: Pro Tech Landscaping

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 5:46 PM EDT2018-07-11 21:46:59 GMT

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

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

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

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

    Sunday, July 15 2018 2:57 PM EDT2018-07-15 18:57:49 GMT

    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 .

    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 .

  • Djokovic wins 4th Wimbledon by beating Anderson in 3 sets

    Djokovic wins 4th Wimbledon by beating Anderson in 3 sets

    Sunday, July 15 2018 12:20 PM EDT2018-07-15 16:20:15 GMT
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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. 

    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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  • Kitchen Cops: July 12th

    Kitchen Cops: July 12th

    Thursday, July 12 2018 3:57 PM EDT2018-07-12 19:57:56 GMT
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    Five perfect scores and one B-list restaurant in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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

  • Crime of the Week: July 11th

    Crime of the Week: July 11th

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 8:08 PM EDT2018-07-12 00:08:34 GMT

    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.

    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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