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Unique circus in town

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Cirque Italia, also known as The Water Circus, is a non-animal aquatic spectacular featuring entertainment from around the world.

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Road closures: Feb. 26 - Mar. 2

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This week's road closures.

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Professional Bull Riders return to Kingsville

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The Coors Light National Professional Bull Riders event will feature 35 of the nation's top cowboys competing February 23rd and 24th at the J.K. Northway Coliseum (501 E. Escondido Rd. in Kingsville).

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The "Great Texas Warrant Roundup" has officially begun

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The "Great Texas Warrant Roundup" is underway.

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Annual Big Shell Beach Cleanup aims to beautify coast

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The 23rd annual event will Saturday, February 24th, 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

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The Contender community

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Who better to host an open workout, then the most popular Crossfit gym in Corpus Christi, also known as, Contender Crossfit.  

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5A Regional Girls Basketball Tournament

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5A Regional Girls Basketball Tournament Highligts

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Wisconsin woman charged in 3 infant deaths from the '80s

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MILWAUKEE (AP) - A Wisconsin woman has been charged with suffocating three babies more than 30 years ago - cases that investigators initially attributed to sudden infant death syndrome, prosecutors said Friday. 

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Pet Rescue Segment - Molly found after being abused by former owner

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Molly was found abused and abandoned in a Port Aransas motel parking lot. Her back leg broken with the bone sticking out. Sam Mullin was head of the Port Aransas Animal Control when he got the call.

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Galveston police officer arrested on drug charges

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GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - A Southeast Texas police officer faces felony drug charges alleging that he supplied a suspected drug dealer with information that helped him avoid other police officers. 

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There's a 'Cool' Front and Increasing Rain Chances in the Weekend Forecast

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Expect isolated showers and thunderstorms on Saturday as temperatures warm back into the 80s. Our next cold front will arrive early Sunday morning. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms may be possible with the arrival of this front on Sunday, before drier air filters in Sunday night and lessens our chances of seeing any more rain. Warmer temperatures are expected again by next Tuesday, with another front expected to arrive late next Wednesday night.  Temperatures tonight...

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Police car in "stealth" mode on the roads

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The Corpus Christi Police Department is going into stealth mode to catch speeders and drivers on cell phones. 

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Corps: Agency worked to inform on Harvey flood risk

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HOUSTON (AP) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Friday that leading up to and during Hurricane Harvey it "worked diligently" with officials to inform the public on flooding risks from Houston reservoirs that ended up inundating thousands of homes.      

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Nationwide race series kicks off tonight at the South Texas Speedway

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The United States Modified Touring Series kicks off the season right here in Corpus Christi, Friday and Saturday night. 

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Local church holds active shooter training classes

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First United Methodist Church of Corpus Christi will be holding two active shooter training classes next 

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CCPD look for uptown carjacker

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Police want help finding a carjacker who seems to be lurking in the uptown and downtown areas.

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Not guilty verdict in death of indigenous teen in Canada

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) - A man accused of killing a 15-year-old girl and dumping her body in Winnipeg's Red River was found not guilty...

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Remains of missing WWII Marine identified as Detroit teen

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DALLAS (AP) - The remains of a Marine missing in action in the Pacific in 1943 have been identified as a Detroit teenager who died during intense fighting against the Japanese that claimed the lives of thousands in just three days.    Army officials say Pfc. Arnold J. Harrison was identified using dental and other analysis.    The 19-year-old died Nov. 20, 1943, on the island of Betio on the first day of the Battle of Tarawa. Betio is part of the Tarawa atoll sou... More>>

Stores make push in scan and go tech, hope shoppers adopt it

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By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO AP Retail Writer    NEW YORK (AP) - Shoppers at self-checkout lanes scanning all their groceries after they're done shopping? Old school. More stores are letting customer tally their choices with a phone app or store device as they roam the aisles.    For customers, scanning as they go can be faster and make it simpler to keep track of spending. For stores, the big expansion coming this year costs less than installing more self-checkouts. &nbs... More>>

Local assistant band director busted for child porn distribution

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By MATTHEW TAMEZ US Attorney Ryan K. Patrick has announced that 28-year old Corpus Christi resident Parker J. Pendergraph has been charged with distribution of child pornography.

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Warrant Roundup: Pay your fines, warrants or go to jail

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Today is the last day to take care of old tickets and Municipal Court warrants before the "Great Texas Warrant Roundup" begins.  Anyone who has an unpaid ticket or misdemeanor warrant out for their arrest has until 7 p.m. to voluntarily make arrangements at the Municipal Courthouse without concern of being arrested.  To find out if you have a Municipal Court warrant, call (361) 826-2500 or by e-mailing Mcmail@cctexas.com. Payment options for outstanding warrants... More>>

California couple charged with torture of kids due in court

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RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - A California couple charged with torturing their children by starving, beating and shackling them is due in court on Friday.    David and Louse Turpin are scheduled to appear in a Riverside courtroom for a conference about their case.    They have pleaded not guilty to torture and other charges and each is held on $12 million bail.    The couple was arrested last month after their 17-year-old daughter escaped from the family's ... More>>

Texas governor accepts recommendation, spares inmate

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By MICHAEL GRACZYK Associated Press    HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday spared the life of a convicted killer shortly before the man's scheduled execution for masterminding the fatal shootings of his mother and brother.    In sparing the life of Thomas "Bart" Whitaker about an hour before he was scheduled for lethal injection, Abbott accepted the state parole board's rare clemency recommendation. Whitaker's father, Kent, also w... More>>

Pursuing the punch

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With 5 wins and 3 losses on her amateur record, Felycia Luna has been waiting for an opportunity like the State Golden Glove tournament ever since she can remember. 

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Kitchen Cops: February 22nd

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There are plenty of perfect scores and B-list restaurants in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

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Jury finds Senator Uresti guilty in Ponzi scheme

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A jury has reached a verdict in the Texas State Senator Carlos Uresti trial. 

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Orange Grove ISD Parents not happy with communication following threats

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Parents in Orange Grove banding together after several threats in the schools over the last several days. They say the District is not communicating properly.

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Minneapolis man accused of torturing mentally disabled daughters

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)  A Minneapolis man is accused of keeping his two adult twin daughters with mental disabilities chained in a house of horrors where he beat them with bats and paddles, and raped one of them, leaving her pregnant.

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Significantly Warmer Again on Friday

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A warm front will move inland from the coast on Friday. This will allow us significantly warmer temperatures for the end of our work-week. Saturday will be unseasonably warm with highs in the 70s and 80s. Winds will become breezy Saturday ahead of our next front, arriving Sunday. A few showers and possibly even a thunderstorm may occur as the front moves over us on Sunday. Cooler and less humid conditions are expected for the beginning of next week.  Thursday night into Friday m... More>>

Texas' vow to streamline Harvey recovery, aid backfires

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BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) - After Hurricane Harvey hammered Texas, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott pledged that his state would lead its own recovery, streamlining federal aid while avoiding the inefficiencies of earlier Washington-controlled disaster responses.

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Goose Island opening just in time for Spring Break

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By MATTHEW TAMEZ  Goose Island State Park is reopening its gates to overnight guest starting March 1 after months of recovery efforts following Hurricane Harvey.

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KIPP charter schools co-founder fired, misconduct alleged

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HOUSTON (AP) - The co-founder of one of the nation's leading system of charter schools has been fired amid allegations of sexual misconduct.      

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Coast Guard and TAMUCC working together for education and recruiting efforts

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By MATTHEW TAMEZ Coast Guard and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi officials signed a Memorandum of Agreement which will make outreach and engagement for Coast Guard recruiting efforts better while providing more tuition saving choices for students and assisting academic options for faculty and professors of TAMUCC.  Rear Admiral Paul Thomas, Eighth Coast Guard District commander signed the MOA with the president and CEO of TAMUCC, Dr. Kelly M. Quintanilla earlier Tu... More>>

Big race this weekend at the South Texas Speedway

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Rev up your engines...and head to The South Texas Speedway this weekend.

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Gibson Elementary holds Family Read Night

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It's an event to inspire reading.  Administrators and staff at Gibson Elementary dressed in Dr. Seuss character costumes Thursday evening and invited parents, students and the public to the reading fair.   

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Local teacher's union against arming teachers

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There are strong opinions for arming teachers as a way to end mass school shootings.  

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Elderly woman rescued from burning west side home

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An 85-year -old woman was rescued from inside her west side home after a fire breaks out.  

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Great Texas Roundup is almost over

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The amnesty period for the Great Texas Warrant Roundup is winding down.  

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Son pleads for public's help in solving his father's murder

Jesus Gomez is identified as the body found at palm tree ranch on February 3, 2018 Jesus Gomez is identified as the body found at palm tree ranch on February 3, 2018
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There was an emotional appeal for help to the public today in an unsolved murder case.

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Aransas Pass Police Chief discusses arming teachers

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Aransas Pass Police Chief Eric Blanchard is in favor of arming teachers in classrooms. 

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Local man arrested on child pornography charges

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A Corpus Christi man has been taken into custody on allegations that he distributed child pornography. According to U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick, authorities arrested 36-year-old David Medina after a criminal complaint was filed against him. Medina is expected to make his first court appearance today. According to the charges, the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force conducted an investigation on a file sharing network looking for potential offenders sharing child pornography in Septe... More>>

Rodeo Corpus Christi concert series line-up announced

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Corpus Christi, Texas - The concert series lineup for Rodeo Corpus Christi has been announced!  Josh Abbott Band, Turnpike Troubadours, Robert Earl Keen and Intocable will perform on different nights after the ProRodeo. After the ProRodeo, a stage will be lowered  from the American Bank Center Arena rafters onto the dirt to allow for an hour long concert.  

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Man arrested for allegedly robbing local bank

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The man arrested for allegedly robbing a Corpus Christi bank yesterday has been identified. According to Corpus Christi Police, 25-year-old Gary Reed Massey went in to the Wells Fargo on SPID and Airline Road yesterday around 4:30, approached a teller and indicated he had a weapon. 

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Different kind of circus heads to Robstown

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A different kind of circus is coming to town this weekend! Cirque Italia, also known as The Water Circus, is a non-animal aquatic spectacular featuring entertainment from around the world. Performers that are featured are from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Hungary, Italy, Mexico and even some from right here in Texas!  Featuring acts such as jet ski pirates, a venetian aerial duo and contortionists, there is sure to be an act for every family member to enjoy.  The circus takes... More>>

Texas district to suspend students protesting gun laws

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NEEDVILLE, Texas (AP) - A Houston-area school district is threatening to suspend students who disrupt classes or walk out to protest current gun laws.  The Houston Chronicle reports that Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes sent a letter to families and published on schools' social media Tuesday saying students would face a three-day, out-of-school suspension if they joined in growing protests nationwide over last week's school shooting in Florida.    Rhodes say... More>>

Texas governor weighs parole board's advice on inmate's fate

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HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A condemned Texas inmate set for execution Thursday evening awaited word on whether Gov. Greg Abbott would accept the state parole board's rare clemency recommendation to spare the prisoner's life at the urging of his father.    Thomas "Bart" Whitaker, 38, is scheduled for lethal injection for masterminding the fatal shootings of his mother and brother at their suburban Houston home in 2003 in a plot to collect inheritance. Whitaker's fath... More>>

Suspected bank robber arrested

Wells Fargo Bank in Gulfway was robbed today around 4 pm Wells Fargo Bank in Gulfway was robbed today around 4 pm
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UPDATED:  Police have arrested a suspected bank robber in a residential neighborhood after his car breaks down.

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Man accused of murdering a church leader pleads for new attorney

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During a hearing today, the man accused of fatally stabbing a church leader claimed his attorney isn't representing him well. 

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Bishop CISD Lockdown LIfted

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Text messages were sent to parents by the Bishop CISD AT 9:44 this morning. A threat was found in writing at Bishop High School. "No one was in the dark.  And we wanted our parents to realize we had a serious situation," said Bishop CISD Superintendent Christina Gutierrez. According to Bishop Police a note containing threats of violence was found taped to a men's room wall and immediately Bishop CISD ordered a lockdown at all five campuses. "We didn't let any...

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Former Louisiana officer pleads in inmate assault case

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) - A former Louisiana law enforcement officer has pleaded guilty to assaulting an inmate at the Iberia Parish Jail.

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Much Colder Temperatures Expected for Thursday

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Thursday is forecast to be a very chilly and dreary day, as a cold air mass remains draped over our region. Cloudy skies and scattered showers may continue on Thursday. Friday, however, will already be much warmer. Saturday we will see temperatures back into the 80s. Another front is expected to arrive Saturday night into Sunday.  Tonight will be much colder with showers likely continuing over the Eastern and southern portions of our viewing area. Thunderstorms will also be more... More>>

Bomb Squad preps 200 beeping eggs for blind children

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CORPUS CHRISTI - The Annual Beeping Eggs-travaganza put on by the South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind is a few weeks away and members from the Corpus Christi Bomb Squad helped make the special eggs in time for the event.

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Downtown bike program is a huge success but make sure you lock it up

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The Zagster bike program began in 2016 and Corpus Christi is Zagster's most popular first year bike program in the United States.

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Psych exams ordered for teens accused of school violence threats

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CORPUS CHRISTI - Shackled teens stood in front of a judge on Wednesday morning to learn their fate after being arrested for making terrorist threats against areas schools. 

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Troubleshooters: Eclectix

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Many former employees of the Eclectix Coffee Bar and Bakery on Staples have called the Troubleshooters saying they haven't been paid. We spoke with the owner today. 

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Brock employees injured at Valero East Plant

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Valero released a statement today regarding injuries to employees with Brock at the East Plant before noon today. 

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US panel recommends new adult vaccine against hepatitis B

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NEW YORK (AP) - A federal advisory panel on Wednesday recommended a new vaccine against hepatitis B. 

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Threat at high school causes lockdown at Bishop CISD

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Bishop Consolidated Independent School District has been placed in lockdown following a threat at bishop High School. The district said today that a threat was found in writing at the school. An alert message was sent out to parents alerting them of the lockdown. A short time later, another message was sent stating “All safe, just taking precautions” but the district stated that the lockdown remained in place. The district is asking parents not to drive to the schools,... More>>

Governor Abbott orders immediate action to address safety of Texas schools

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Governor Greg Abbott today sent a letter to Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath ordering immediate action to ensure the safety of children in Texas schools following the tragedy that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week. In the letter, Governor Abbott outlines a number of steps to be taken by state education leaders to help respond to and prevent such tragedies. 

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Corpus Christi man sentenced to federal prison for robbing two local banks

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A Corpus Christi resident has been ordered to federal prison for his conviction of bank robbery. On Jan. 6, 2017, law enforcement officers responded to a bank robbery at the Texas Bridge Credit Union in the 3100 block of Holly. 

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Crime of the Week: February 21st

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Crime of the Week: a guy armed with a gun robbed a store now police need your help catching him. 

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Wheel of Shame Arrest: February 21st

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A fugitive featured on the Wheel of Shame has been caught. 

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Wheel of Shame: February 21st

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Each week Action 10 News works with Crimes Stoppers and the Nueces County Sheriff's Office to put Nueces County's most wanted fugitives behind bars. 

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Local school celebrates science with family night

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Dr. M.L Garza-Gonzalez Charter School is holding their second annual Family Science Night this evening.

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Documentary screening talks addiction, drug abuse

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The film explores the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids, also known by street names like Kush and Spice, through first-hand accounts and interviews with users, counselors, first responders, law enforcement and others.

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Planet Fitness opens in Annaville

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Today marks the grand opening of Planet Fitness' newest Coastal Bend location.

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Fatal stabbing suspect requesting bail reduction

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Police say 28-year-old Marco Moreno attacked several members of a small church in the 1200 block of Cambridge Drive on February 7, during a prayer meeting.

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Misbranding, undeclared allergens in frozen beef products

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The product contains milk, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label. 

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PA high school student accused of planning mass shooting at graduation

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Pennsylvania high school student confesses to police that he planned a mass shooting at his graduation.

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Texting and Driving - Nueces County DA makes PSA

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Nueces County District Attorney Mark Gonzalez has made a PSA , or a Public Service Announcement about driving and texting. 

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Ex-Milwaukee officer sentenced to 3 years for sex crimes

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MILWAUKEE (AP) - A former Milwaukee police officer who was acquitted last year in a fatal shooting that sparked two nights of riots will serve three years in prison for unrelated sex crimes.    

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Expect Showers and Thunderstorms Ahead of Approaching Front

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A cold front is expected to move over South Texas on Wednesday and stall out near the coast Wednesday night. The combination of abundant moisture in our area and this approaching front, will allow us scattered to numerous showers and storms Wednesday and scattered activity on Thursday. Isolates showers and storms will be possible on Friday and isolated showers will remain in the forecast for this weekend.  First off, tonight will be warm and damp. Scattered showers and isol... More>>

Local 20-year-old busted with drugs, guns and stolen police vests

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CORPUS CHRISTI - A 20-year-old man is behind bars after police found drugs, weapons and police gear that had been reported stolen.   

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Police release name of man found floating in marina

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The Nueces County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the man who was found dead in the marina this weekend. 

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Salvation Army is cooking up something good

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There are many ministries in the Coastal Bend that cater to the homeless. Nothing like a warm bed and a home cooked meal. But there is one thing that sets the Salvation Army apart from many of the others.

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Sea Turtle's Best Friend

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of Padre Island National Seashore, but it also comes with the loss of an irreplaceable, 4-pawed employee, best known as Ranger Ridley.  

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CCPD: Unknown man offers local elementary school students ride

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Police and administrators at Gloria Hicks Elementary School are warning parents of a stranger danger incident that was reported to them early this morning.  

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Bank robber sentenced to 4 years in prison

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A judge has sentenced a local man to four years in prison for bank robbery and ordered him to pay back the banks he robbed.  

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Trump announces crafting of regulations to ban bump stocks

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Washington, D.C.- President Trump, hosting the Public Safety Medal of Valor Awards Ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the White House Tuesday... 

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Former Corpus Christi youth organizer sent to prison for child pornography

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CORPUS CHRISTI - A former Corpus Christi teen mentor and founder of a nonprofit youth organization has been ordered to a federal prison following his conviction of child pornography. 

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Driver cited after hitting RTA bus with car door

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A car that was parked in front of a business on Leopard was allegedly hit by an RTA bus this morning according to witnesses, and that bus then drove away. The alleged hit-and-run accident happened just after 7 a.m. at the intersection of Leopard and Alameda. 

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Kitchen Cops: February 20th

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Gasoline power weed eater, rodents and a gasoline container are just a few of the violations health inspectors found in area restaurants.

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Man wanted for questioning in Hydrocodone theft

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A man is wanted for questioning by the Corpus Christi Police Department and they are asking for the public's help to locate him.  Corpus Christi PD tweeted two photos of a man and say they want to speak with him about a burglary in which over 1,000 Hydrocodone pills were stolen from a pharmacy. 

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Man arrested for "uncredible" threat to Moody High School

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Police are taking extra security precautions at Moody High School today, after a threat was made to the school.

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Lobster emoji gets 2 more legs following design complaints

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - After an outcry, the organization that controls the release of emojis has added two more legs to the forthcoming lobster emoji to make it correct. The Portland Press Herald reports soon after the Unicode Consortium released proposed images of 157 new emojis to be made available this year, Maine residents took umbrage at the lobster emoji's eight legs instead of the correct 10. Emojipedia Chief Emoji Officer Jeremy Burge wrote Monday the consortium had heard peo... More>>

Early voting begins

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Early voting for the 2018 Joint Primary Election has begun, and will run until March 2.

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Pet Night with the Easter Bunny

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?The Easter Bunny has officially arrived at La Palmera Mall, and he's not just taking pictures with the kiddos.

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City Council to discuss affordable housing shortage

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More low-income housing could be coming to Corpus Christi.

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Changes to your commute

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Contractors will be working at the intersection of Airline Road and McArdle Road. The following traffic control plan will be implemented:

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AutoCheck today at TAMU-CC

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There's no excuse for polluting the environment.

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Developments in the works for Big Tree Natural Area

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The natural area is an 80-acre site that expands the existing location of the famous “Big Tree.”

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Hooks Release 2018 HS Schedule

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Whataburger Field will be the site of 18 regular-season high school games in 2018. 

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Pet Rescue Segment Agua Dulce

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They came back to this deserted field in Agua Dulce again today. Now, it's the hardest to catch that the animal rescuers are after. A male dog has been here for years> he's too smart for traps and he knows what a leash is. 

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Police search for two men wanted for assault on a security officer

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Corpus Christi Police are asking for help in identifying two men wanted in connection to an assault on a security guard. 

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Buying a car with a fake title could lead to major problems down the road

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Imagine finding a car, with a title that says the car is valued at 23-thousand dollars and you get it for under ten-thousand, cash. You take the title to the DMV to get the car in your name.. and they tell you this, "The car cant even be on the road," that's Nueces County Tax Collector Assessor, Kevin Kieschnick, he says this is a problem and its getting worse. "There are fake titles out there. We've seen some counterfeit titles coming through and we anticipate seeing...

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  • Indictment of Missouri governor could have political ripples

    Indictment of Missouri governor could have political ripples

    Saturday, February 24 2018 9:15 AM EST2018-02-24 14:15:49 GMT
    Saturday, February 24 2018 11:01 AM EST2018-02-24 16:01:16 GMT
    The indictment of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on felony invasion of privacy charges could have political implications beyond his office.
    The indictment of Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on felony invasion of privacy charges could have political implications beyond his office.
  • US lands agency makeover would diminish Washington's power

    US lands agency makeover would diminish Washington's power

    Friday, February 23 2018 10:45 AM EST2018-02-23 15:45:43 GMT
    Saturday, February 24 2018 11:01 AM EST2018-02-24 16:01:13 GMT
    U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has changed a proposed overhaul of his department with a new organizational map that more closely follows state lines instead of the natural boundaries he initially proposed.
    U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has changed a proposed overhaul of his department with a new organizational map that more closely follows state lines instead of the natural boundaries he initially proposed.
  • Greitens blames politics, but even some in GOP concerned

    Greitens blames politics, but even some in GOP concerned

    Friday, February 23 2018 8:04 AM EST2018-02-23 13:04:49 GMT
    Saturday, February 24 2018 11:01 AM EST2018-02-24 16:01:12 GMT
    (St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP). A booking photo provided by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department shows Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.  A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Greit...(St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP). A booking photo provided by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department shows Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018. A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Greit...
    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is defiant, even amid calls for impeachment or resignation, after a St. Louis grand jury indicts him for felony invasion of privacy.
    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is defiant, even amid calls for impeachment or resignation, after a St. Louis grand jury indicts him for felony invasion of privacy.
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  • Kitchen Cops: February 22nd

    Kitchen Cops: February 22nd

    Thursday, February 22 2018 11:36 PM EST2018-02-23 04:36:34 GMT
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    There are plenty of perfect scores and B-list restaurants in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

    There are plenty of perfect scores and B-list restaurants in Thursday's edition of the Kitchen Cops. 

  • Kitchen Cops: February 20th

    Kitchen Cops: February 20th

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 1:28 PM EST2018-02-20 18:28:06 GMT
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    Gasoline power weed eater, rodents and a gasoline container are just a few of the violations health inspectors found in area restaurants.

    Gasoline power weed eater, rodents and a gasoline container are just a few of the violations health inspectors found in area restaurants.

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