Scientists back in the 1970s helped lay the groundwork for a modern mariculture industry that will now include Texas oysters.
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 […]
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. […]
Candidates for public office in Texas filed their financials this week and as there always is there is plenty to discuss—it wouldn’t be Texas politics if there wasn’t. But what we learned […]
Private Schools Face Uncertain Future In Light Of Public Health Orders And Nueces County May Now Be Involved In the Fight
On Thursday afternoon public health officials in Nueces County took action that would require public and charter schools within the boundaries of Nueces to hold no in-person classes until at least September […]
Gov. Abbott confirms that federal resources are en route to Texas but the Comfort and Mercy are not listed among them
Governor Greg Abbott has announced that additional federal resources have been activated and will be sent to the Houston region to combat COVID-19. These resources include an Urban Area Medical Task Force […]
State Representative Todd Hunter has sent an email to the Texas Department of State Health Services and Texas Department of Emergency Management asking for a surge to be sent to Nueces County […]
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 […]