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 […]
Corpus Christi area businessman Jame Hernandez who is running for Texas House District 34 earned a key endorsement on Monday from the Texas State Rifle Association. “I will protect our 2A rights […]
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.
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.
State Rep. Mayes Middelton went a letter to Texas General Land Officer Commissioners George P. Bush explaining the Texas Freedom Caucus’ position the constitutional impacts of beach closures.
There are two types of disasters that Coastal Texas residents are well of and understand that they need to keep their guard up for: Hurricanes and TWIA. While you might not be […]
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 […]