Scientists back in the 1970s helped lay the groundwork for a modern mariculture industry that will now include Texas oysters.
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Federal Government Files Lawsuit Against City of Corpus Christi Over Wasterwater Discharge Violations
Federal authorities filed a lawsuit against the city of Corpus Christi on Friday in Federal Court that alleges that the city violated terms and conditions of the city’s Pollutant Discharge Elimination System […]
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What happened at the TIRZ 4 Board meeting on Tuesday lends to show the reality of the North Beach issue
The Corpus Christi Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #4 (TIRZ 4) board voted to authorize City Manager Peter Zanoni to execute an amendment to the agreement for a long embattled hotel project. The […]
Del Mar College has received information that a student has tested positive for COVID-19. The student was immediately instructed to self-isolate. After following College health and safety protocols, it was determined that […]
During a quarterly meeting Cracker Barrel announced that they were exploring the idea of possibly including alcoholic beverages into their menu in order to bolster sales and get more people into their […]
Southwest Airlines says that they have grounded 115 of their Boeing 737-800. On Wednesday night the Dallas, Texas based carrier said that they made the move based on a weight discrepancy with […]
John Kelley, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX The State of Texas this month launched the oyster mariculture industry as directed by legislation authored by State Rep. Todd Hunter of Corpus Christi, providing an opportunity for significant […]