Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Texas Voter ID Law Now Up to a Federal Judge

Texas Voter ID Law Now Up to a Federal Judge

The fate of the state law requiring voters to show a government issued photo i.d. before casting a ballot is now in the hands of an Obama-appointee federal judge in Corpus Christi, following a two week long trial, Newsradio 1200 WOAI reports. Attorney ...

Federal Judge Hears Closing Arguments in Voter ID Trial

Correction appended CORPUS CHRISTI — Texas' voter ID law is discriminatory because it was designed to thwart emerging minority voting power in the state and should be dropped, attorneys for the law's opponents said in closing arguments in a federal court ...

Run Amuck 5K Fun Mud Run takes place Saturday

CORPUS CHRISTI - On your mark, get set, and let the mud slinging begin. The Junior League of Corpus Christi is inviting runners to run amuck in the mud for a good cause during its fourth annual Run Amuck 5K Fun Mud Run on Saturday at Gulf Coast Racing.

Longhorns take a Honda to Burlington golf title

With Ben Honda as the driving force, the Corpus Christi Longhorns continue to cruise along as champions of Burlington high school golf. Honda won low gross honours by firing a 3-over-par 74 and Corpus Christi captured its second consecutive team title at ...

Friendswood native on Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi graduation list

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The following student from the area graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi during the 2014 Summer Commencement recently: FRIENDSWOOD: Bachelor of Business Administration: William Brett Todd.

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