Sustainable New Year’s Resolutions: Local Doctor Advises a Slow and Steady Approach

Embarking on a lifestyle change is akin to running a marathon, not a sprint, a philosophy deeply understood and advocated by Dr. Chad Peters of Armadillo Sport Chiropractic. Dr. Peters emphasizes the significance of this mindset, especially for those eager to enhance their health and fitness with the advent of the New Year. Dr. Peters draws an analogy, likening the surge of fitness resolutions at the year's start to the grand migration of...

Safeguarding Your New Year’s Eve from Disaster

New Year's Eve is traditionally a celebration. Still, for the firefighters of Nueces County Emergency Services District 2 in the Coastal Bend area, it's a period marked by heightened vigilance and increased emergency calls. The allure of fireworks, the warmth of campfires, and the sparkle of sparklers are integral parts of the festivities, but each carries a risk of igniting unintended fires. Firefighter Ronnie Vega, a seasoned Nueces County ESD...

Texas DPS Advises Using iWatchTexas App for Reporting Non-Emergency Suspicious Activities

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) actively encourages the state's residents to adopt a proactive stance toward community safety by reminding them of the adage, "If you see something, say something." This call to action is mainly focused on utilizing the iWatchTexas app, a tool designed for the public to report non-emergency situations or any suspicious activities they might observe. The iWatchTexas app is a free resource available to...

Father and Son Discovered Deceased Near Lipes in Suspected Murder-Suicide

On the evening of December 24th, a tragic event unfolded in a home situated in the southern part of the city, where a 49-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy were discovered deceased. This heart-wrenching incident came to light when Corpus Christi Police Department officers responded to a welfare check at a residence in the 7000 block of Natchez Drive. The call for the welfare check, made around 10:30 p.m., was initiated by a concerned individual...

Coastal Area Prepares for Possible Water Limitations, Experts Offer Gardening Conservation Advice

In the Coastal Bend area, a critical shift in water usage regulations is on the horizon, with current Stage One water restrictions likely to tighten further. Esteban Ramos, the Water Resources Manager for Corpus Christi, has indicated that these changes might take effect within weeks. Ramos revealed that the region's water reserves have dipped to 31 percent, setting the stage for a potential escalation to Stage Two restrictions as early as...
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