Corpus Christi now has a newly elected Mayor and a new-look City Council, so where does the city go from here?
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Ayala: Inaugurations are always remarkable, sacred moments that celebrate our bruised democracy
So much stands ahead of us, ahead of the new administration. Over the course of the next four years, it will get its share ... She has worked for six metropolitan dailies — the Corpus Christi ...
“When LSU Is At Home, We Win.” (Woke LSU Sucks At Everything, Part II)
Woke LSU strikes again, scolding Louisianans with COVID Karen PSA's and obsequious tributes to Joe Biden while getting clobbered on TV.
Texas House and Senate Disagree On COVID-19 Testing and Press Access As 2021 Session Begins
The Texas Legislature officially kicked off its 87th session last week, an every-other-year tradition that sees lawmakers of all stripes gather in Austin to pass a two-year budget and a few laws that ...
Ayala: For San Antonio judge, getting close to the inauguration is statement enough to the insurrectionists
Law No. 13 from going to Biden’s inauguration, not a raging pandemic and not last week’s violent insurrection.
New shipment of COVID-19 vaccine expected to arrive in Nueces County next week
Nueces County Public Health District to distribute 4,000 COVID-19 vaccines to Coastal Bend residents this week, some that registered online and some who just showed up to wait for a chance at ...
Vaccine doses likely to be exhausted Tuesday; supplies expected next week
The public health district will likely exhaust its COVID-19 vaccine doses by Tuesday night. Local officials think another batch will arrive next week.
Newly elected Corpus Christi Mayor Paulette Guajardo's message to community
Guajardo, who was elected in a runoff race, is the only woman on the new City Council. Here's her plan to help move the city forward.
New variant of COVID-19 found in Nueces County. Here's what we know.
The City of Corpus Christi and Nueces County announced the first case of the United Kingdom COVID-19 variant, B.1.1.7, was discovered in the county. Health officials were notified about a local case ...
Ayala: Relax no one is jumping ahead of you for vaccines, at least not many
The frantic, frustrating hunt for a vaccine has given way to accusations of cutting in line. Fears about scarcity have fueled these nervios, what my mother called anxiety. Lack of stricter screening ...
Thousands more COVID-19 vaccines coming to Nueces County
Thousands more doses of COVID-19 vaccine are coming to Nueces County next week, local officials say, as part of a new push by the state to more widely distribute the shots. It's anticipated that 4,000 ...
Ayala: Native American set to make a run for council in what could be a first
District 5 may see lots of competitors as term limits prevent Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales from seeking re-election.
With new leadership, what comes next for the City of Corpus Christi?
In every election, voters cast their ballot with an eye to the future: Where is our city headed, and how will we get there? President-elect Joe Biden calls on Trump to step up, end the siege ...