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    Emergency crews respond to oil spill

    Saturday, September 23 2017 4:28 PM EDT2017-09-23 20:28:08 GMT
    Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business.Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business.

    Corpus Christi first responders and environmental crews were called out to a slippery situation near a busy inspection. Firefighters say workers at an oil change shop noticed a hose that puts oil was not connected right and was leaking oil.

    Corpus Christi first responders and environmental crews were called out to a slippery situation near a busy inspection. Firefighters say workers at an oil change shop noticed a hose that puts oil was not connected right and was leaking oil.

  • Worker turns to Action 10 News with help in getting paid

    Worker turns to Action 10 News with help in getting paid

    Saturday, September 23 2017 12:11 AM EDT2017-09-23 04:11:13 GMT

    It's been a rough two days for Houston resident Brandon Ball. He had been working as a lineman with a crew fixing power lines destroyed by Harvey was fired after a disagreement with his boss. 

    It's been a rough two days for Houston resident Brandon Ball. He had been working as a lineman with a crew fixing power lines destroyed by Harvey was fired after a disagreement with his boss. 

  • Missing Gregory teen girl found safe

    Missing Gregory teen girl found safe

    Friday, September 22 2017 8:05 PM EDT2017-09-23 00:05:47 GMT

    Action 10 News has learned that a missing Gregory teen has been found safe. 

    Action 10 News has learned that a missing Gregory teen has been found safe. 

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  • Emergency crews respond to oil spill

    Emergency crews respond to oil spill

    Saturday, September 23 2017 4:28 PM EDT2017-09-23 20:28:08 GMT
    Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business.Parts of S.P.I.D. near Kostoryz Road were temporarily shut down after 15 quarts of oil leaked from an automotive maintenance business.

    Corpus Christi first responders and environmental crews were called out to a slippery situation near a busy inspection. Firefighters say workers at an oil change shop noticed a hose that puts oil was not connected right and was leaking oil.

    Corpus Christi first responders and environmental crews were called out to a slippery situation near a busy inspection. Firefighters say workers at an oil change shop noticed a hose that puts oil was not connected right and was leaking oil.

  • Raccoon surprises Colorado police

    Raccoon surprises Colorado police

    Saturday, September 23 2017 4:13 PM EDT2017-09-23 20:13:21 GMT

    DENVER (AP) - You don't see this every day. A Colorado Springs Police Officer got an unexpected hitchhiker on the way to a serious injury accident.

    DENVER (AP) - You don't see this every day. A Colorado Springs Police Officer got an unexpected hitchhiker on the way to a serious injury accident.

  • EPA removes waste at Texas toxic sites, but doesn't say from where

    EPA removes waste at Texas toxic sites, but doesn't say from where

    Saturday, September 23 2017 3:57 PM EDT2017-09-23 19:57:37 GMT
    Relief teams could only reach many areas of Houston by boat in the days after Harvey. Photo: KXLN / MGNRelief teams could only reach many areas of Houston by boat in the days after Harvey. Photo: KXLN / MGN

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency says it has recovered 517 containers of "unidentified, potentially hazardous material" from highly contaminated toxic waste sites in Texas that flooded last month during Hurricane Harvey.

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency says it has recovered 517 containers of "unidentified, potentially hazardous material" from highly contaminated toxic waste sites in Texas that flooded last month during Hurricane Harvey.

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