Tim Griffin, KRIS 6 News

Tim Griffin

KRIS 6 News

Corpus Christi, TX, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Coca-Cola products getting can makeover, new flavors coming

Some cans of Coca-Cola products will be getting a makeover and new flavors soon will be introduced. → Read More

Red blood cells destroyed faster on space than on earth

A new study found an unusual side effect of space travel on the human body. → Read More

Sleep company looking for insomniac for unfiltered opinions

With prices spiking across the nation, it might be good for a sleeper to get paid to toss and turn. The Sleep Junkie Company needs an insomniac to test products and offer unfiltered opinions. This sleepless expert will review eight different products for two months, including products like pillows, eye masks and bedding. Candidates need to apply by Feb. 14. And you can do that on their website… → Read More

Heavy winds whipping fire along State Highway 44

Area firefighters are battling a blaze along State Highway 44 near McKenzie Road. → Read More

Ray HS senior wins state debate championship

Ray High School senior Daniel Gardiner just won a huge state honor. → Read More

National COVID-19 cases top 63 million during pandemic

Here’s some sobering news from our national fight against COVID-19. → Read More

James Avery offering new Whataburger-inspired heart charm

Looking for a special gift for your special person on Valentine's Day? → Read More

TXDOT aims to 'end the streak' of Texas highway deaths

Since Nov. 7, 2000, at least one person has died every day on Texas roads. → Read More

Mounting debts proving stressful for consumers

It's very stressful to be in debt. → Read More

City council proposes changes to e-scooter ordinance

Corpus Christi City Council soon will vote on policy changes to the city ordinance that governs e-scooters. → Read More

Insurance companies required to cover at-home tests starting Saturday

If you are worried about home testing right now for the coronavirus, your health plan must over the cost of at-home COVID-19 tests starting Saturday. → Read More

Surge of flight cancellations caused by omicron spike

As the omicron variant continues to cause headaches for travelers, airlines are continuing a rash of cancellations. → Read More

Slightly lower gas prices seen at nation's fuel pumps

Gas prices are dipping a bit lower, though the relief at the pump could just be temporary. The average price for regular gas dropped two cents over the past three weeks to $3.39 a gallon. That's still more than one dollar higher than a year ago. Analysts say prices could start going up again, as crude oil costs continue to rise. → Read More

Police looking for missing 15-year-old Corpus Christi boy

Jayden Paluseo was reported missing by family members earlier Friday morning. He was last heard from at approximately 7:30 a.m. today and was last known to be in the area of the 1300 block of Graham Rd. → Read More

Aransas Pass woman and son found safely

Aransas Pass police have announced that a missing 45-year-old woman and her 10-year-old son have been found safely. → Read More

Soaring mortgage rates already top those from 2021

Mortgage rates already have surpassed 2021 levels and they're not falling anytime soon. → Read More

New Texas dog restraint law takes effect on Jan. 18

Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a new bill that will now make unlawful restraint of a dog a crime in Texas. → Read More

MLK Day activities approaching

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is less than two weeks away. There are several events leading up that you can participate in. → Read More

Free eight-week diabetes management course starts Jan. 11

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coastal Bend Food Bank is offering a free eight-week program to teach people about diabetes prevention and self-management skills. The classes are taught by a registered nurse. It's a two-hour class one day a week and is set set to begin on Jan. 11. Morning and evening classes are available. To register, call 361-887-7979. → Read More

Walmart expanding in-home delivery program

Walmart is expanding its in-home delivery program and needs more drivers. → Read More