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The home Betty London used to live in is now the London ISD business office... [Read More]
The Education Service Center Region 2 led a recognition ceremony for regional winners of the Teacher of the Year award. [Read More]
A couple faces deportation after immigration officials initiated removal proceedings at Driscoll Children's Hospital, where they sought emergency care for their infant. [Read More]
Corpus Christi ISD high schools got some security upgrades over the summer. [Read More]
Anthropology students from the Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State are fundraising to continue exhuming bodies from cemeteries throughout South Texas. [Read More]
On Sept. 11, at least 10 DACA recipients were detained at the Customs and Border Protection checkpoint in Falfurrias, according to reports. [Read More]
A groundbreaking event for the $60 million renovation and expansion of Texas A&M University-Kingsville's Bellamah Music Building was led Tuesday. [Read More]
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The Del Mar College Board of Regents is seeking applicants for the Nueces County Tax Appraisal District. [Read More]
Customs and Border protection officials confirmed there has not been a change in protocol for an agent's interaction with DACA recipients at checkpoints. [Read More]
The Texas Education Agency established a hotline for parents living in the Corpus Christi area whose children were displaced by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
Corpus Christi ISD schools did not sustain major damage from Hurricane Harvey and everything is in place for the first day of school to run... [Read More]
Corpus Christi Mayor Joe McComb said areas affected by Harvey are attracting non-essential visitors, and the influx is creating some logistical issues. [Read More]
Students from coastal communities displaced by Hurricane Harvey are ready for the new school year. [Read More]
Charles Miller was supposed to retire Aug. 31, about a week after Hurricane Harvey made landfall. But he's sticking around an extra two weeks to... [Read More]
The federal government will allow schools in areas affected by Harvey to provide free meals to students in September. [Read More]
Several area school districts are welcoming families displaced by Harvey with open arms. Here is a roundup of the area districts leading the efforts. [Read More]
The Aransas County Independent School District took to crowd funding to rebuild its schools after Harvey made landfall in the community. [Read More]
A formal damage assessment of Aransas County ISD facilities has prompted the schools to close indefinitely. [Read More]
San Antonio officials led a news briefing Sunday about Harvey and the city's role in assisting surrounding communities that were impacted. [Read More]
Roughly 1,100 Hurricane Harvey evacuees are being sheltered in San Antonio. These are some of their stories. [Read More]
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