Corpus Christi Criminal Defense Attorney Les Cassidy

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    CORPUS CHRISTI – There have been no reports of ice hazards on local roads, but we did find evidence of just how cold it got this morning. Out along I-37 and Violet Road we found some road signs with icicles hanging off them. It’s not something we’re used to seeing in this part of South Texas. While they may be pretty to look at you sure don’t want to be caught driving on ice. Slick roads contributed to a rollover accident along Interstate 37 near McKenzie Road. The driver of a pickup says she was headed to work when an 18-wheeler cut her off and she ended up rolling her truck several times. She was wearing a seatbelt and will be alright. Once medics checked her over she got a ride to work. TxDOT and Corpus Christi police have been monitoring our roads all morning and so far there haven’t been any closures. They do remind everyone, however, that you do need to slow it down on the wet roads. TxDOT crews laid out sand along the Harbor Bridge this morning, just in case. It got cold enough this morning for ice to form on some cars across in Portland. Just enough for folks to notice when they came outside to warm up their cars. Most ran back inside right afterwards to avoid the bitter cold. Postal workers don’t have a choice in the matter. They’re prepared for inclement weather. One worker told us this is the first time he’s worn gloves in a long time. As for the ice, there was enough moisture and bitter cold for chunks of ice to form on the mast of our live truck at Whataburger field this morning. Permalink| Comments

  • About 120 volunteers braved the mist and cold Saturday at Cole Park as they joined with volunteers across the Coastal Bend for the Adopt-A-Beach program’s Winter Beach Cleanup. Corpus Christi Caller Times Stories: News

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    KINGSVILLE – Driver fatigue could have been a factor in an early morning accident near Kingsville The accident occurred a little after 7 a.m. on State Highway 141 West of Kingsville. According to state troopers at the scene, a male driving eastbound on the highway apparently fell asleep at the wheel veering off onto oncoming traffic and colliding head-on with a van traveling the opposite direction. A 24-year-old woman was the driver of the van. The extent of the injuries sustained by either driver is still unknown. One person was air lifted to Spohn Memorial Hospital in Corpus Christi. Permalink| Comments

  • The Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra performed for over 2,200 fourth and fifth graders during the annual Patricia Furley Education Concert on Friday. Corpus Christi Caller Times Stories: News

  • Local dignitaries and business executives turned out Friday to the shores of the LaQuinta Channel to mark completion of the first and most costly stage of channel dredging. Corpus Christi Caller Times Stories: News

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    ROBSTOWN – The northbound lanes of Highway 77 at County Road 44 are closed after an 18-wheeler crashed over the side of the overpass. A photo sent in by a viewer shows the cab of the truck on the ground and the trailer partially on the overpass. The driver was not injured. A wrecker service is on the way. Plus, an environmental cleanup company wil have to cleanup spilled fuel.   Permalink| Comments

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