Texas Gov. Greg Abbott will be in Corpus Christi on Thursday as part of the blue ribbon presentation to Corpus Christi ISD. The Governor’s office confirmed that the event will be held […]
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.
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 […]
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.
Texas Attorney General Rules In Favor Of Open Government Saying That Names Nursing Homes With COVID-19 Outbreaks Must Be Released
The Texas Attorney General’s Office has rejected most arguments presented by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission for concealing information on nursing home names and locations where COVID-19 outbreaks have occurred. […]
As the new school year draws nearer and parents and educators continue to grapple with how to handle the return to school issue, the Texas Education Agency eased their position on in-person […]
Texas education officials announce a return to school plan for the upcoming school year and here is what you can do to let your voice be heard
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) dropped their official guidance for the return to on-campus education starting this fall. Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath made the announcement via conference call Tuesday to educators […]
Educators, school districts, parents and teachers find themselves left with more questions than answers as a new school year draws closer
Matt Pierce Briscoe The Texas Education Agency has almost every parents, student, educator and school district in their own predicament as they have still yet to announce official guidance for the upcoming […]
Nueces County Commissioner Carolyn Vaughn will announce Wednesday morning that she will be stepping down from her duties as commissioner to run for mayor of Corpus Christi. Vaughn confirmed on Tursday that […]
As we have been reporting all week long, sources at Christus Spohn Shoreline are reporting that the hospital is nearing overall capacity and that County Judge Barbara Canales has been asked to […]