Articles Tagged “Corpus Christi”

  • New Interstate Through Central Texas Planned

    A five-year federal transportation bill has been signed into law which designates a highway corridor through Central Texas as a new Interstate. Interstate 14 will begin in West Texas, go along Highway 190 through Killeen…

  • First Female Fighter Pilot Will Speak At SHSU

    Carey Lohrenz, having flown missions worldwide as the first female F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot in the United States Navy, is used to working in fast-moving, dynamic climates, where inconsistent execution can generate catastrophic results. Lohrenz…

  • Texas Voter ID Law Struck Down

    Only weeks before the upcoming elections, a Corpus Christi federal judge has struck down the Texas Voter ID law requiring photo identification saying that it discriminated against minority voters. Federal District Court Judge Nelva Gonzales…

  • Jose Villegas Executed Wednesday

    Thirty-nine-year-old Jose Villegas was executed by lethal injection Wednesday in Huntsville. Villegas was convicted of fatally stabbing his girlfriend, 23-year-old Erida Salazar, her 3-year-old son Jacob and Erida Salazar’s 51-year-old mother, Alma, in Corpus Christi…

  • HISD Board Discusses Bond Election and Teachers’ Salaries at Monday Meeting

    Monday night the HISD Board of Trustees met to take a look at holding a bond election and giving better pay to local teachers. Following discussion, the board agreed that the best move would be…