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Texas woman seeks Guinness record with 78-foot homecoming mum
A Texas craft store owner is attempting to set a Guinness World Record with a 78-foot-long homecoming mum. Nancy Madsen, owner of the Oh My Goodness Boutique in Corpus Christi, said she was talking to ...
Big traffic changes are coming to JFK Causeway, City Council briefed
The Corpus Christi city council was updated on the upcoming JFK Causeway project at their Tuesday meeting. Council members were briefed on what the $8,700,000 project will entail and how it will ...
Dry air moving out, more humid conditions arriving
Our last frontal boundary that came in last Friday and brought us some cooler and drier air will start to lose its punch today as humidity and temperatures start to climb back up. By the middle of the ...
The Karankawa were said to be extinct. Now they’re reviving their culture
The Karankawa were said to be extinct. Now they’re reviving their culture — and fighting to protect their ancestors’ land near Corpus Christi Bay.
Corpus Christi's Hi-Fairnessee Girls Club has legacy that stretches back to 1930s
The Hi-Fairnessee Girls Club formed at Corpus Christi High School in 1931 and continues to instill a sense of values and volunteerism in girls today.
TxDOT's ramp reversal project will mean lane closures next week. Who'll be affected?
Drivers in Corpus Christi have likely become familiar with flashing lights ... 4:30 p.m. Eastbound Everhart exit ramp closed for pavement work each day. Eastbound motorists may use the Weber exit ramp ...
Corpus Christi Offers Exclusive Incentives to Coast Your Own Way
Attendees traveling to Corpus Christi for a meeting or convention can expect to “Coast Like a Texan” in this Gulf Coast beach destination, and a new offer from Visit Corpus Christi seeks to close the ...
The Karankawa, said to be extinct, are now reviving their culture and fighting to protect their land
Love Sanchez, a Karankawa Kadla woman who co-founded the nonprofit group Indigenous Peoples of the Coastal Bend, participates in a ceremony on McGee Beach ... day Galveston Bay south to Corpus ...
The Karankawa were said to be extinct. Now they’re reviving their culture — and fighting to protect their ancestors’ land.
“It’s very difficult to trace from that point to the current day because they integrated ... gather at McGee Beach in Corpus Christi to protest industrial expansion in Corpus Christi Bay.
The Karankawa were said to be extinct. Now they’re reviving their culture — and fighting to protect their ancestors’ land
Some played ceremonial drums, and two others held a large painted canvas that read, “SAVE CORPUS CHRISTI BAY.” Of the dozen people who prayed, sang and spoke in the circle that day ...