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Corpus Christi is the eighth largest city in the state of Texas. Corpus Christi means "Body of Christ" in Latin and the city was named by Spanish settlers, but the city has also been nicknamed the "Sparkling City by the Sea." The movie Pearl Harbor was filmed in Corpus Christi's Naval Air Station.

Population: 312195
Local Newspapers: Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Local Sports Teams: Corpus Christi Hooks (Texas League) Corpus Christi IceRays (Central Hockey League) Corpus Christi Hammerheads (Intense Football League)
Local Colleges: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Del Mar College Our Lady of Corpus Christi

Zip Codes associated with corpus christi, texas: 78401 78404 78405 78406 78407 78408 78409 78410 78411 78412 78413 78414 78415 78416 78417 78418
Towns/Cities near corpus christi, texas : Robstown Portland Rockport Aransas Pass Odem Taft Sinton Mathis

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Shrimp boats sunk by Harvey leaking fuel oil in Texas harbor

That has prompted the Aransas Pass harbor master to close the boat launch at Redfish Bay Boat House until the vessels can be salvaged and the oil spill cleaned up. Harbor Master Chuck West tells the Corpus Christi Caller-Times that five of the nine sunken vessels, but two of the four remaining vessels are responsible for the leaks.

Driscoll patients to be treated like stars as holiday cards unveiled

CORPUS CHRISTI Past and present Driscoll Children's Hospital patients will be treated like stars tomorrow when the hospital's 2017 holiday card collection is unveiled. Every year, Driscoll patients from throughout South Texas draw pictures for 10 holiday cards, and community members select the artwork to be used.

Illegal fishing boat seized in Gulf of Mexico waters Read Story Jeremy Landers

The U.S. Coast Guard in Corpus Christi is putting a stop to illegal fishing in federal waters along the Gulf Coast. This weekend Coast Guard authorities said they stopped an illegal fishing boats from Mexico, also known as "lanchas," off the South Texas coast and detained four fisherman.

Far From the Texas Coast, Hurricane Harvey Hits Oil Refiners

Three weeks after Hurricane Harvey ravaged the massive fuel-making industry along the Texas coast, the region's recovery from storm damage is starting to disrupt plans for crucial maintenance at refineries thousands of miles away from the flood zones. Harvey knocked out almost one-quarter of U.S. refining capacity in late August, sending gasoline and diesel prices soaring.

CCPD hosts town hall meeting in Flour Bluff area

The meeting took place at 6:00 pm Monday evening over at the Grace Community Church in the 1500 block of Flour Bluff Drive. At the meeting, residents voiced their concerns to different officers involved with the Corpus Christi Code Enforcement Office to officers assigned to the traffic control division.

Man wanted on warrants arrested after fleeing traffic stop Read Story Jonathan Munson

A man wanted on three warrants out of Nueces County was arrested just after midnight Sunday after leading Corpus Christi police officers on a brief chase. Police said they spotted 32-year-old Anthony Perryman using his phone while partially stopped at the intersection Painter Drive and South Port Avenue.

Crime 50 mins ago 12:16 p.m.Police investigate the attempted abduction of a Miller HS student

Authorities are investigating an early morning incident in which a man allegedly tried to lure a Miller High School student into his truck. Corpus Christi police said it was just after 7:30 a.m. Monday when a 16-year-old girl reported she was approached by a man along Lipan Street near the Nueces County Courthouse.

Driscoll's Radiology Department to examine ancient Incan mummy

Technicians at Driscoll Children's Hospital Radiology Department x-ray patients daily. Today, they are preparing for the x-ray of an unlikely candidate.

Traffic delays expected due to construction near Nile, Pharaoh

Drivers are being advised to expect delays beginning today -- Monday, September 18 -- in the area of Nile Drive and Pharaoh Drive. This is a heavily used route for students heading to class at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi .

The Everyday Heroes Of The Hurricanes

Alseen Bell's cell phone rang as she stood in the living room of her flood-ravaged home, surveying the devastation left behind by Hurricane Harvey. The call was from her local union, the Houston Federation of Teachers, asking how she had come through the storm and if she needed help.

Fearing deportation, DACA recipients consider retreating from public view

Volunteers help students renew their application for renewal in the DACA program at IDEA Academy Jan. 13, 2016 in San Juan. Volunteers help students, Jasmine Grant, left, and Alex Zendeh, assist in an application for renewal in the DACA program at IDEA Academy Jan. 13, 2016 in San Juan.

Duck Boat proves to be more than a tourist attraction during Harvey

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, it has been easy to find people going out of their way to help those in need. One local man recently returned from the Houston and Galveston area, where he lent a helping hand.

Coast Guard interdicts lancha crew illegally fishing in U.S.

Coast Guard law enforcement crews detected and interdicted a Mexican lancha boat crew engaged in illegal fishing in federal waters off southern Texas, Saturday. The lancha, with fishing gear onboard, was seized.

Faced with Harvey and Irma devastation, Trump finds his footing

A summer filled with few high notes for the Trump administration is ending on the lowest note yet: Thousands of Americans remain displaced from their homes or without power in the wake of back-to-back hurricanes that pummeled two of the top four most populated U.S. states. Following the president's return to Washington after his visit to Florida, where he and the first lady passed out hoagie sandwiches to families still grappling with the damage to their neighborhoods and homes, a source close to the president told the Washington Examiner that Trump "looked like the leader Americans have been wanting to see."

House Republican vows to boycott University of Texas until Confederate monuments are reinstalled

"I can tell you as a University of Texas graduate, I've never been more embarrassed for my school," Rep. Farenthold said. During an interview with a Corpus Christi radio station on Friday, Rep. Blake Farenthold vowed to personally boycott the University of Texas at Austin until the school reinstalls the Confederate statues it took down last month.

CCPD set to host town hall meeting with Flour Bluff citizens

The Corpus Christi Police Department says they will hold a town hall meeting to address crime issues affecting Flour Bluff. The meeting will be held over at the Grace Community Church located at 1514 Flour Bluff Drive between 6:00 pm through 7:00 pm Monday afternoon.

Continue reading Here are five fresh looks at the Tejano/Mexicano experience

Books about the Tejano/Mexicano experience have been booming lately. Here are five writers emblematic of the power in the literary voices of the Mexican-American community and their recognition in Texas and beyond.

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