There has been a lot of talk from current Corpus Christi city council member and candidate for Mayor Paulette Guajardo about being a full-time mayor for the city. While some would agree […]
According to data recently released by the USDA Texas upland cotton acreage decreased by nearly half a million acres. Economists say that the lower planted acres stemmed from increased supply and lower […]
Scientists back in the 1970s helped lay the groundwork for a modern mariculture industry that will now include Texas oysters.
The city of Corpus Christi is planning and helping you prepare for the possibility of tropical weather. City crews have been working to fill sandbags which will be provided to the public […]
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.
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.
It has been a pretty nice day around the Coastal Bend this Sunday and we are expecting much more of the same tomorrow to start off the work week. It was a […]
Journalist Matt Pierce Briscoe spent days not only covering Hurricane Hanna but collecting vital data to share with researchers who study storms. This special presentation “Hurricane Hanna: No Close Call At All,” […]
Analysis: A Road to Nowhere Could Leave Yorktown More Dangerous Than Ever And City Council Has A Choice To Make
By Matt Pierce Briscoe Last week we began looking into a stretch of roadway that is slated to be included on this years bond package that is slated to go before voters […]