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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.
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
High schooler gives his mom the prom she never had: 'I cried tears of joy'
A Texas teen escorted his mother as his prom date to honor a vow he made as a young boy. "I have always dreamt about taking my mother to my high school prom, ever since I had first found out what prom was," Joe Moreno, 18, said in a statement to ABC News.Josh Brunemeier CCFD Firefighter of the Year
According to the city, the award recipients are nominated by field personnel and selected based on their commitment and service to the citizens of Corpus Christi. Firefighter II EMS Josh Brunemeier was named the 2017 Firefighter of the Year.World War II mortar found in TX home forces evacuation
A World War II mortar discovered in the home of a Dallas area man has caused police to evacuate homes and shut down a turnpike. A World War II mortar discovered in the home of a Dallas area man has caused police to evacuate homes and shut down a turnpike.City hosts demonstration for this week's 2018 Vessel Turn-In Program
The City of Corpus Christi demonstrated Monday morning what they'll be doing all this week for boat owners who need to get rid of an unwanted or inoperable vessel. It's the 2018 Vessel Turn-In Program, and it runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday at the Laguna Madre Wastewater Treatment Plant at 201 Jester Street in Flour Bluff.Paxton gives Abbott green light on sped-up special election for Farenthold seat
Gov. Greg Abbott talks to the press after casting his vote in Austin on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, the first day of early voting in Texas for the March primary elections. Gov. Greg Abbott got the go-ahead Monday from Attorney General Ken Paxton to suspend state law so the governor can call a special election to replace former U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold , R-Corpus Christi, as soon as possible.IRS fraud calls may be new trend in tax scams
Kelly Trevino is the regional director for the Corpus Christi office of Better Business Bureau serving Central, Coastal and Southwest Texas and the Permian Basin. It is often said that the Internal Revenue Service will never call you about tax payments.Lights, music and fireworks at CCSO's 'Pops in the Park' concert
It was once again a packed house over at Whataburger Field as the sights and sounds of music filled the arena for the yearly "Pops in the Park" concert. Featuring the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra, the Pops in the Park show is regularly held at Whataburger Field alongside a backdrop of synchronized lights from the Harbor Bridge and a nightly fireworks display.Rain does not stop Victoria Art Car Parade
But, no one can keep her from enjoying a parade featuring vehicles such as a mechanical cockroach with a "La Cucaracha" horn and a large banana on wheels. Not even dark clouds and wispy rain.Employee at Villa of Corpus Christi South undergoes sensitivity training.
An assisted living facility partnered with a local Girl Scout troop to provide hands-on sensitivity training to those with loved ones living with dementia. Caregivers and family members were given an inside look at the day-to-day struggle through a six-minute virtual reality tour.Future of red-light cameras at a crossroads in Denton?
Aubrey resident David Crook says he never entered the intersection of Loop 288 and Spencer Road on June 19, 2017 - but he still received a citation for running the light. Video footage from a nearby red-light camera shows Crook's 2012 Acura TL stopped in the northbound lanes at the intersection in Denton.More
Student chapters of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science at the College and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi are joining forces to offer the family-friendly event. Their goal is to build more diversity among the STEM workforce.Navy volunteers give back at Bayview Cemetery
Some of the military graves at the historic Bayview Cemetery on the city's north side got a little TLC today. About 30 volunteers from NAS Corpus Christi's CPO-365 program spent the day cleaning up grave sites and fixing damaged headstones.A Walmart employee meets with a customer during Walmart Wellness Day. Photo: Walmart
Corpus Christi Walmart customers will have a chance to get a free health checkup this weekend as part of the chain's Wellness Day event. Walmart Wellness Day events take place throughout the year, with this Saturday, April 21 being the company's second so far this year.Montez takes back running Beeville
Mayor David Carabajal announced the decision shortly after the City Council came out of an executive session at the end of a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday night. "The council voted to give me the authority to negotiate a contract with Joe tomorrow," Carabajal said after the meeting adjourned Tuesday.City leaders discussed solutions to the city's budget shortfall during a workshop Thursday.
The City of Corpus Christi could be facing a $20 million budget shortfall . City leaders got the grim news.Dog About Town: Catching a ball game and more things to do
Four-leggers are invited to cheer on the Frisco RoughRiders at the team's first Bark in the Park night of the season. The doggy section during the game, which is at 7:05 p.m. Saturday against the Corpus Christi Hooks, is the grassy outfield berm, and the first 500 dogs through the gates will receive a Riders souvenir.Image: Corpus Christi Hooks / Facebook
The trophy won by the Houston Astros at the World Series made a final stop in Corpus Christi before heading off on the rest of its tour around the state. In a post to their Facebook page, the Corpus Christi Hooks, who've been watching over the trophy during its stay in the city showed off video of the "final stop."
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