More bad news for live music… The pandemic has effectively pulled the plug on live music events, dealing a heavy blow to the state that is home to the self-proclaimed live-music capital […]
COVID-19 is a strange and complex disease. What is even stranger is the testing process and how it works. Local officials have mentioned that there are problems with being able to obtain […]
Gov. Abbott says that only nasal swab tests will be considered positive; Rapid tests will be classified as positive
Only nasal swab tests will be reported as positive cases. Rapid tests that only take 15 minutes will be listed as probable.
The UIL new guidelines don’t make much sense, but it makes all of the sense in the world if you think about it
MPB: The UIL split schedule doesn’t really do anything. But what it does do is more show us something about ourselves.
In a motion filed on Tuesday, the plaintiff in the local beach closure lawsuit is asking that the judge assigned to the case recuse herself because of her close ties to the […]
Del Mar College Regent Gabe Rivas, III has died this evening from complications due to coronavirus. Mr. Rivas had been hospitalized in and out of intensive care for the past few weeks […]
The Flour Bluff ISD confirmed that Dr. David Freeman, Superintendent has died. Dr. Freeman had been hospitalized from a brief illness over the past several weeks and while not confirmed by the […]
The Corpus Christi State Supported Living Center has had yet another coronavirus related death taking the total number of deaths from that facility to at least 4. An undisclosed number of residents […]
Officials suggest that the possibility of parents leaving public school sports for so-called “select leagues” heavily influenced TEA return to campus decision making during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Greg Abbot visited Corpus Christi on Tuesday to survey the damage left by Hurricane Hanna, which made landfall just south of the city on Saturday. During his visit, Gov. Abbott met […]