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  • UHV Baseball Loses Doubleheader Saturday

    UHV Baseball on the road taking on Jarvis Christian. UHV would lose both games today 6-5 and 6-3. 

  • Residents thank organization for Harvey recovery

    Many people gathered today to honor an organzation for their tireless work and help in Bloomington. After Harvey hit and caused a lot of destruction, one group made it a mission to help people affected in Bloomington.

  • Driver hurt in afternoon crash

    Authorities with the DPS are investigating a crash that left one person hurt. It happened just before 3:30 Saturday afternoon at 3928 Old Goliad Road. The driver apparently lost control on a curve causing the SUV to flip over. The extend of the driver's injuries is unknown. 

  • East Vs. West Baseball & UHV Baseball Results

    East and West met in baseball for the first time this season Friday night. 

  • Kids Showcasing Their Animals At Goliad County Livestock Show

    The Goliad Livestock Show is underway and the kids have been excited all week to showcase their animals. 

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    Search for missing worker resumes after chemical plant fire

    CRESSON, Texas (AP) - The Latest on an explosion at a Texas chemical plant that left one worker missing, presumed dead, and two others injured. Officials say the search has resumed for a worker who is missing and presumed dead after an explosion at a Texas chemical plant.

  • H-E-B Issues Precautionary Recall for Mislabeled Pecan Allergen

    (San Antonio, TX) – H-E-B, committed to the quality of its products, is issuing a recall for H-E-B Cranberry Turkey Salad products with a sell by date of 3/19 or earlier due to a potential for mislabeled products with an undeclared pecan allergen. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to pecans run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. Out of an abundance of caution, H-E-B is recalling H-E-B Cranberry Turkey Salad, H...
  • Gov. Abbott's commission to rebuild Texas Issue 19

    “I believe Texas is a model … it truly is where we need to go — federally supported, state-managed and locally executed” disaster response and recovery, testified FEMA Administrator Brock Long at the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee Hearing this week.

  • VPD warns neighborhood about car burglaries

    We told you this morning of Victoria Police warning people in the Mayfair subdivision about car burglaries. This is in east Victoria including all the homes south of east rio grande along north delmar drive down to lone tree road. Our David Gibson spoke to residents about this. People in this Mayfair neighborhood say its true about the car burglaries. I spoke to a resident that had his truck broken into

  • Calhoun Girls Win State Powerlifting & Faith Hoopster To Play In All-Star Game

    Calhoun girls powerlifting has done it again. 

  • April 2nd deadline to File Property Tax Renditions for Texas Businesses

    AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that for many property types, April 2 is the deadline to file property tax renditions with their county appraisal districts. 

  • VPL end spring break with St. Patrick's Day crafting session

    The Victoria Public Library held their final Spring Break activity Friday afternoon, a Saint Patrick's Day crafting session for children to enjoy. Parents and children alike crafted Saint Patrick's head-wear using pipe cleaners and led lights.

  • Gov. Abbott Visits Homes Being Rebuilt After Hurricane Harvey In Dickinson

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott visited today visited Dickinson, Texas where he joined volunteers from the Rebuild Texas Fund, Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, 4B Disaster Response Network and Eight Days of Hope in helping to rebuild homes damaged by Harvey.

  • Texans Encouraged to Apply for Statewide Awards Honoring Youth and Educators

    Applications now being accepted for the 2018 Keep Texas Beautiful Awards AUSTIN, TEXAS – Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) is now accepting applications for the 2018 Keep Texas Beautiful Awards for Youth and Educators. 

  • Police identified Theodore Dwayne Sims, 47, as a suspect in a double homicide Wednesday night in Temple. (Temple Police Department)

    2 slain at Texas store worked there; suspect former employee

    TEMPLE, Texas (AP) - Police in Central Texas say two men found slain this week at an auto parts store worked there and the suspect in their deaths was a former employee.

  • Chairman Morrison to hold transportation committee hearing in Weslaco

    Victoria, TX – State Representative Geanie W. Morrison on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 will chair the Committee on Transportation in a joint hearing with the Committee on International Trade and Intergovernmental Affairs in Weslaco, TX. 

  • FEMA disaster case managers help you with recovery plans

    Hurricane Harvey survivors, would you like to connect with a case manager who can help you develop a recovery plan? If so, call 211. 

  • Texas accuses more schools of 'unlawful electioneering'

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has ordered two more school districts to stop "unlawful electioneering activities," accusing them of using state funds to endorse a political candidate.  Paxton's office said Friday that it had issued cease-and-desist letters to school districts in Elgin and Galena Park. Last month, similar letters were sent to three other school districts.  At issue this time are a tweet from Elgin's superintendent ...
  • Court backs Texas activist who challenged county gun ban

    DALLAS (AP) - A Texas appeals court has ruled in favor of a gun-rights activist who had complained that county officials were unlawfully barring firearms from being brought into a public building.  The Court of Appeals for the 1st District of Texas found in favor of Terry Holcomb Sr. by ruling, in part, that Waller County had no standing to sue Holcomb in 2016 because a complaint he lodged should have been heard by the state attorney general's office.  Thursday's finding rev...
  • Fired Texas deputy faces up to 40 years for child porn

    HOUSTON (AP) - A former sheriff's deputy in Texas faces up to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty in a child pornography investigation with ties to Wisconsin.  Prosecutors in Houston say 31-year-old Andrew Craig Sustaita of Spring pleaded guilty Thursday to possession of child pornography and to production of child pornography. The Harris County sheriff's deputy was fired in January 2017 amid the criminal investigation.  Prosecutors say Sustaita posted images to...
  • Former Jackson County deputy in critical condition

    UPDATE 3/16/18 - Jackson County Sheriff's Office former jailer and deputy is in critical condition after a heart attack.  

  • ICT Leads Thunder Tour into West Texas

    Every spring, severe thunderstorms begin forming on the plains of west Texas and often dump large hail and spawn damaging tornadoes. 

  • Pet of the Week - Rebel Rescue

    Rebel Rescue has a few good pets looking for a good home. 

  • Two men accused of breaking into Victoria East last November

    A Victoria County grand jury has indicted two men on charges of Burglary and Criminal Mischief. Anthony Edward Means and Nathaniel Matthew Boehl face two counts of Burglary of a Building and one count of Criminal Mischief.  

  • Community Crossroads

    This week on Community Crossroads the University of Houston-Victoria invites you to Jaguar Days. It's your chance to find out how you can make your mark at UHV. Upcoming dates include Nov. 18th and April 21st. Sign up by clicking here. You can also call 361-570-4841 or email recruitment@uhv.edu. Billy Lagal, Director of Students Admissions and Recruitment, will also talk about enrollment, new buildings and a few other events coming up at UHV.  The application deadline for summe...

  • Update: Twins found safe in Florida; Amber Alert deactivated

    San Antonio Police are searching for 3-year-old Kinsley Hernandez and 3-year-old Kolby Hernandez.  Authorities are also looking for 38-year-old Leslie Hernandez in connection with their abduction.  The suspect was last heard from in San Antonio. Leslie Hernandez may be in a silver 2010 Chevy Suburban with Texas license plate JGG2909.  Click here. 

  • Friday's Question of the Day

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  • Mayfair Subdivision warned about car burglaries

    The Victoria Police Department is warning residents in the Mayfair Subdivision about car burglaries. The subdivision is in east Victoria. The warning includes homes south of E. Rio Grande along N. Delmar Dr. down to Lone Tree Road. Authorities remind neighbors to lock their vehicles, report suspicious activity and to not leave valuables in plain view. The VPD website has more about vehicle burglaries: The Victoria Police Department assigns Detectives to investigate Motor Vehicle T...
  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to LaeLina, Josh, and Leah.  If today is your cake day, you share it with Erik Estrada and anchor Jorge Ramos. Have a good one!
  • UHV SBDC to offer course about financial literacy

    The University of Houston-Victoria Small Business Development Center is bringing back a two-day session of its most popular financial literacy course for small business owners and entrepreneurs. 

  • STJ Baseball Gets Swept Plus East-West & UHV Baseball Previews

    St. Joe baseball, staying busy during Spring Break. 

  • State Girls Powerlifting Preview With East & Calhoun

    An East senior is going to the state powerlifting meet for the first and last time. 

  • Athlete Of The Week: Abraham Salazar

    Our Athlete Of The Week is Abraham Salazar. 

  • UHV graduate applied behavior analysis degree receives ranking

    The Online Psychology Degrees national website recently recognized one of the University of Houston-Victoria’s graduate special education programs as among the best in the nation. 

  • Marine Animals Visit The Victoria Public Library Thursday

    The Victoria Public Library continued their Spring Break activities with the Texas Floating Classroom. 

  • Habitat for Humanity bless site of Victoria family's new home

    The Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity and their partners surprised a Victoria Family Thursday evening with a site blessing for their new home.  Lisa Barrientes and her four girls were in attendance as Habitat for Humanity and Ashley Homestore blessed the site for her new home off Myra Street. 

  • Some people are on vacation and others are on stay-cation

    Spring break inspires people to take trips to extravigant destination for a much needed break from school. But what about those who don't have the opportunity to leave town? Our David Gibson spoke to several high school students about what their plans are for their stay-cations. 

  • Longtime UHV technology leader to retire

    The University of Houston-Victoria soon will say goodbye to a staff member who has worked at the university since two years after its founding in 1973. 

  • Billy T. Cattan looking for painting volunteers

    The Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach Center is looking for volunteers to help them paint their brand new facility. The recovery center officially purchased a new building at 802 East Crestwood in February and started work on the building in March. 

  • Port Lavaca PD to tag junked vehicles in Alamo Heights

    Starting Monday, March 12th, 2018, the Port Lavaca Police Department will be in the Alamo Heights subdivision identifying junked vehicles, boats, trailers and tow-able recreational vehicles. 

  • Congressman Farenthold Introduces Amendment to Protect CCAD

    WASHINGTON – Congressman Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) introduced an amendment to H.R. 1339 during the bill’s markup in the Oversight and Government Reform Committee today to protect army depots throughout the country, including the Corpus Christi Army Depot. 

  • Coast Guard interdicts lancha crews illegally fishing US waters

    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Coast Guard law enforcement crews detected and interdicted four Mexican lancha boat crews engaged in illegal fishing of federal waters near southern Texas March 11, 2018 through Tuesday. 

  • Governor Abbott Announces New Flood Prevention Efforts In Kingwood, Texas

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today visited Kingwood, Texas where he took an aerial tour to survey damage along the San Jacinto River, and met with community leaders and elected officials to discuss Hurricane Harvey recovery and flood prevention efforts.

  • Two men indicted for breaking into Victoria East HS

    Two men have been indicted for burglarizing a building on Victoria East High School campus. The indictment states Anthony Edward Means and Nathaniel Matthew Boehl entered a building or portion of a building without consent of Victoria Independent School District Victoria East High School Principal 

  • Sozo App Designers

    Smart phones have become a pivotal part of our day to day lives. We use them to stay in touch via call, text or social media. We have hundreds of apps available at the touch of our fingertips.

  • Official: 'Several' killed in Miami bridge collapse

    MIAMI (AP) - The Latest on the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at a Florida university (all times local):      3:45 p.m.  Officials say several people have been killed in the collapse of a new pedestrian bridge at a Florida university campus.  Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Alejandro Camacho tells CBS News that the collapse Thursday afternoon has caused "several fatalities."  The 950-ton section of bridge was installed Saturday at Florida Internati...
  • Houston man dead after semi truck rollover crash near Jackson County

    Texas Department of Public Safety troopers are investigating a fatal car accident that happened in Jackson County.  Winston Burby, 30, of Houston, driver of a semi truck, died after a he lost control of his vehicle while driving South on U.S. Highway 59 at 1:30 a.m. Thursday.

  • ACLU sues Trump administration over detention of asylum seekers

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Trump administration to stop it from detaining immigrants who have a solid case for seeking asylum in the United States.  The ACLU says the administration is violating federal laws and its own policies by keeping asylum-seekers in jail for months while they await hearings. It filed the lawsuit Thursday in Washington.  Asylum-seekers must initially pass a screening to determine if they face persecution in their...
  • Teens Join TxDOT to Urge Young Drivers to Buckle Up

    Two Teens Buckled Up and Lived. Two teens were driving this 2005 Ford F-250 King Ranch Edition pickup on a rural road in Bell County early one morning in February 2009 when one of the front tires blew. Click the story for more testimonials from teens. 

  • Cornyn Introduces Bill Expanding Veterans’ Access to Mental Health Care

    WASHINGTON- U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), along with Senators Dean Heller (R-NV) and Marco Rubio (R-FL), introduced theVeteran Urgent Access to Mental Healthcare Act, legislation that would expand veterans’ access to mental health care services to former service members who may not be eligible to receive health care benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). “Many of our military members return home with injuries both seen and unseen, and we must give ...
  • Blue Apron plans to bring its meal kits in stores

    NEW YORK (AP) - Blue Apron, which ships boxes of raw food to subscriber's doorsteps, wants to start selling its meal kits in stores.  The shift comes as more grocers get into the meal-kit business. Walmart, for example, is expanding its easy-to-make dinners in more than 2,000 of its stores.  New York-based Blue Apron confirmed plans of an in-store rollout, but declined to provide details. The move was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.  Blue Apron Holdings Inc.,...
  • Chicago drops out of 2026 World Cup bid, criticizes FIFA

    CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago, the home of the U.S. Soccer Federation, has dropped out of the North American bid for the 2026 World Cup.  Organizers were to announce their list of bidding cities Thursday. Chicago was the site of the 1994 World Cup opener but declined to be part of the U.S. bid for the 2022 World Cup, which lost to Qatar in a 2010 vote.  Matthew McGrath, a spokesman for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, says in a statement: "FIFA could not provide a basic level of ce...
  • Sun Dangers Known, But We’re Still Getting Burned

    By now, most of us know that using sunscreen and sun avoidance measures are the best ways to protect ourselves from a sunburn. 

  • National Shoe the World Day

    Today is National Shoe the World  Day. It brings awareness of the need to help provide shoes to people in need around the world.  One non-profit Soles4Souls collects shoes and then distributes them to people in need.  According to Soles4Souls website, the organization is based in Nashville, TN and its mission is "to create sustainable jobs and provide relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world. " If you would like to d...

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  • Victoria Independent Film Festival brings movie producers from around the world

    The Victoria Independent Film Festival is set for April 5th-8th. The event brings many movie producers from around the world to screen their work.  One three-minute short "Panic Attack!" will be screened at the festival. "Panic Attack!" is a hand-drawn animation from the point of view of a woman having a panic attack. Director/Producer Eileen O'Meara wanted the transitions between reality and her imagined fears to be seamless, so there are no...
  • Spring begins March 20th and Dairy Queen is celebrating

    The first day of Spring is Tuesday, March 20th and Dairy Queen is celebrating with Free Cone Day. Many Dairy Queen restaurants across Texas will have their 4th Annual Free Cone Day! All customers get a free small vanilla soft-serve cone with that exclusive curl on top.  Dairy Queen has a longtime supporter of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and on March 20th many restaurant locations will also collect donations for CMN. The free cones are available only during operat...
  • UHV Baseball Loses To A&M-Kingsville

    UHV baseball's Spring Break home game turned out to be better for the visitors. 

  • STJ Baseball Beats Faith Academy & New STJ Volleyball Head Coach

    Two Victoria high school baseball teams, facing each other Wednesday afternoon. 

  • Cornyn Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Ease Relocation Burden on Military Families

    WASHINGTON- U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), along with Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), John Kennedy (R-LA), Joe Manchin (D-WV), and Tim Kaine (D-VA), introduced the bipartisan Support our Military Spouses Act to ease the relocation process frequently required of military families. The bill would ensure that spouses of active duty service members would not have to establish new legal residency every time they move for a military reassignment. “Military spouses make many s...
  • East Boys Powerlifters Go To State Plus UIL Regional Hoops Honors

    East boys powerlifting is in the middle of its greatest season ever. 

  • Health Rankings Released For The United States and Crossroads

    The County Health Rankings and Roadmap Program released their health numbers across the United States today. 

  • UHV SBDC to offer course about financial literacy

    The University of Houston-Victoria Small Business Development Center is bringing back a two-day session of its most popular financial literacy course for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Profit Mastery will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 20 and 27 in the Victoria College Emerging Technology Complex, 7403 Lone Tree Road. The fee for the course is $395, which includes lunch and materials. Scholarships are available through the Texas Workforce Commission’s Sk...
  • UHV staff member’s third published short story in new book

    A University of Houston-Victoria staff member’s interest in writing has led to one of her short stories being featured in a series that creatively explores the many definitions of heroism. “Invasion of the Brain-scratchers” by UHV Communications Specialist Lauren Emerson provides a fun, amusing approach to heroism in the “Eclectically Heroic,” anthology. In this collection, presenter and editor Fern Brady encourages readers to grab their capes and commen...
  • Two arrested after Police Chase on Newhaven

    Around 3pm Wednesday , Victoria Police department received a call of suspicious persons on the 200 block of Newhaven. When VPD arrived the male suspect took off on foot for approximately 2 blocks. 22 year old Luke Bridges from Victoria was arrested at the 400 block of Newhaven for evading arrest and narcotics. 21 year old Arianna Caldera from Lubbock was with him and was arrested for possession of marijuana found in her vehicle.
  • Toys R Us selling or closing off all remaining US stores

    NEW YORK (AP) - Toys R Us's management has told its employees that it will sell or close all of its U.S. stores. That's according to a toy industry analyst who spoke to several employees who were on the call Wednesday.  Jim Silver, a toy industry expert, says Toys R Us's CEO told employees the plan is to liquidate all of its U.S. stores and after that, it could do a deal with its Canadian operation to run some of its U.S. stores.  The company declined to comment.  The c...
  • Body found in DeWitt County

    A woman is found dead in DeWitt County and now the Sheriffs Office is investigating the case as a homicide. The the body of Saleemah Paulton was found around 9 pm on Hules road near 183. The DeWitt County Sheriffs office received a call of a woman lying in the middle of the road. Upon arrival, they found her dead with multiple gun shot wounds. Her body was sent to Travis county for an autopsy. We will update you when more information becomes available.
  • Sen. Cruz Discusses Infrastructure Proposals with Administration Officials

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), member of the Senate Commerce Committee, participated in today’s committee hearing titled, “Rebuilding Infrastructure in America: Administration Perspectives.” There, Sen. Cruz questioned Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, and Secretary of Energy Rick Perry on reports regarding the potential nationalization of 5G, the Administration’s efforts to modernize Air Traffic...
  • Edna juvenile evening curfew remains in effect

    After receiving several calls and questions regarding the curfew, we would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone of the City of Edna's Juvenile Curfew Ordinance. 

  • UHV graduate applied behavior analysis degree receives ranking

    The Online Psychology Degrees national website recently recognized one of the University of Houston-Victoria’s graduate special education programs as among the best in the nation. The UHV School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development’s Master of Education in Special Education with an applied behavior analysis concentration was ranked 17th nationally in the website’s 2018 Top 30 Master’s in Behavioral Analysis Online list. The applied behavior...
  • 10 Family Fishing Ideas for Spring Break in Texas

    AUSTIN – Many Texans opt outside to help reconnect with nature after a long winter, but Spring Break adventures aren’t limited to swimming, camping and hiking. Fishing also offers a great way for families to experience the diverse aquatic life and scenic places that Texas has to offer. 

  • Longtime UHV technology leader to retire

    The University of Houston-Victoria soon will say goodbye to a staff member who has worked at the university since two years after its founding in 1973. Joe Ferguson, executive director of UH System Information Technology Shared Services, is retiring starting March 20 after 43 years working at UHV and the UH System.

  • HTN Update: Body found on Dewitt County Road

    Hi Crossroads, I'm Amber Joseph with your Hometown News Update.  Wednesday marks one month to the day since a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 people.  Young people across the nation are standing in solidarity with the victims, their families, and their friends. In New York, students from P.S. 234 Elementary gathered outside and sang "put a little love in your heart." They joined other students...
  • The world reacts to death of Visionary Physicist Stephen Hawking

    Reaction to the death of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking:      "His passing has left an intellectual vacuum in his wake. But it's not empty. Think of it as a kind of vacuum energy permeating the fabric of spacetime that defies measure." - Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, on Twitter . "Stephen Hawking will be remembered for his incredible contributions to science - making complex theories and concepts more accessible ...

  • The Latest: Students walk-out nationwide to protest gun violence

    PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) - The Latest on the nationwide student walkout to protest gun violence (all times local):      10:45 a.m.  Amid a nationwide school walkout, students at the school where a gunman killed 17 people gathered on the campus football field one month after the shooting to protest gun violence.  The group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students shouted "MSD! MSD!" and engaged in a group hug Wednesday morning.  The high scho...

  • Parents of Slain DNC staffer sue Fox News

     NEW YORK (AP) - The parents of a Democratic National Committee employee who was killed in 2016 have filed a federal lawsuit alleging Fox News exploited the slaying as a "political football." 

  • Dog dies after airline worker has it placed in overhead bin

    A dog died on a United Airlines plane after a flight attendant ordered its owner to put the animal in the plane's overhead bin.

  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

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  • VPD Cadet Program Fulfills Young Officer's Dream

    A cadet sponsorship program through the Victoria Police Department helps residents relieve the financial burden while going through the police academy. 

  • VISD Baseball & Softball Tuesday Action

    Here is the latest VISD baseball and softball Tuesday reports.  

  • Manning Cheer Cats At Walt Disney World

    A big Monday night at Manning Gymnastics. 

  • UHV Golf Teams Finish Third In Longview & UHV Softball

    With two players finishing in the top 10 Tuesday, the University of Houston-Victoria women’s golf team finished third at the LeTourneau Pinecrest Intercollegiate held at the Pinecrest Country Club. 

  • World’s Fastest, Steepest & Tallest Spinning Coaster Debuts in Branson, Missouri

    (Branson, MO  3/13/2018)       Never before in the history of Silver Dollar City theme park has there been such excitement, such enthusiasm over the opening of a new attraction.  With its March 14 debut, Time Traveler, the World’s Fastest, Steepest and Tallest Complete-Circuit Spinning Roller Coaster, marks a new era in coasters, delivering ride experiences unlike any before, with no two rides alike. A major difference is the spin, wh...
  • Police defend downplaying 1st package bomb

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Latest on deadly package bombings in Texas' capital city (all times local):Austin Police Chief Brian Manley is defending his department's statements that initially downplayed the first of three package bombs that went off in the city as an isolated incident.      

  • I-10 open again hours after fatal tour bus wreck

    LOXLEY, Ala. (AP) - The Latest on the crash of a tour bus that was returning to Texas from Disney World (all times local): The Alabama Department of Transportation says both lanes of Interstate 10 have reopened hours after a tour bus crash that killed the driver and injured about three dozen others, mostly teenagers.   

  • Hitting the water safely on Spring Break

    With spring break in full swing for colleges and high schools throughout Texas, many are headed to the water. We told you about the Victoria police Department offering advice for drivers on how to stay safe on the roadways. Now, with many spring break destinations taking people to the beach Our David Gibson spoke to Victoria Marine officials regarding boater safety tips Guys, I may not be coming back because the weather is so beautiful out here. 

  • Cuero neighborhood on edge after shooting incident

    A Cuero neighborhood is on high alert after a shooting Monday afternoon. The incident took place Monday around five in the afternoon on MacArthur Street. Residents in the neighborhood claim about thirty bullets were sprayed at their homes by a neighbor's son. 

  • Cuero Mayor meets residents for coffee

    Cuero Mayor Sara Post Meyer held her monthly Coffee with a Mayor event at city hall Monday morning. The event is an opportunity for residents of Cuero to speak to the mayor, share their concerns and learn more about future projects and events that the mayor has planned for the city, all while enjoying a cup of coffee. 

  • Trump's pick for new CIA director is female career spymaster

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's choice to be the first female director of the CIA is a career spymaster who once ran an agency prison in Thailand where terror suspects were subjected to a harsh interrogation technique that the president has supported.

  • Rex Tillerson out as Secretary of State

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (all times local):Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump's dismissal of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is the latest example of White House chaos that is causing "huge problems" at home and abroad.  

  • No foul play in 2017 death of intoxicated Texas beauty queen

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An autopsy shows an actress and beauty queen winner of a Spanish-language TV reality show was legally intoxicated when she died last year at her Texas home. 

  • HTN Update: Local news you need to know

    Hi Crossroads. I'm Newscenter 25's Amber Joseph with your Hometown News Update. This morning there's a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest in those package bombs left on door steps in Austin.

  • Gov. Abbott Statement On Texas High School Bus Crash

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement after a bus carrying students from Channelview High School crashed in Alabama. "Cecilia and I are heartbroken by the news of this tragic accident, and we offer our prayers to all these young Texans and their families," said Governor Abbott. "I pray for a speedy recovery for all those injured, and I am especially grateful for the heroic actions of the Alabama first responders that undoubtedly helped save l...
  • Another Beautiful Day Today! Rain Chances Will Be Returning

    Enjoy The Cool and Dry Air While We Have It! Trey Meynig Has Your Forecast. 

  • Can 'smart' watchband accurately detect heart rhythm?

    From steps to sleep, it seems there's a wearable device to track just about everything, but are the readings accurate?

  • Tuesday's Question of the Day

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  • $15,000 reward for information that leads to arrest in deadly package bombs in Austin

    Associated Press- The Texas governor's office is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest of those involved in the deadly package blasts in Austin over the past 10 days.      In a statement, Gov. Greg Abbott said he's been briefed by the Texas Department of Public Safety on the three blasts that have killed two people and injured two others. He also says he's offered the Austin Police Department whatever assistance it needs in its investi...

  • VISD Baseball & Softball Previews

    Big Tuesday for VISD baseball and softball. 

  • College students lend helping hand to local church

    What were once walls filled with water are now filled with hope, after a group of college students spent their spring break cleaning up a church in Bloomington. 

  • Drivers and Spectators Gear Up for The Texas Mile

    VICTORIA, TEXAS—As the most recognized 1-Mile Top Speed Racing event in the world, the much anticipated Texas Mile returns to the Victoria, Texas Regional Airport March 23-25, 2018. 

  • Port Lavaca Council form Court Security Committee

    Port Lavaca City council approved the formation of a Municipal Court Security Council during their meeting Monday. Council members established the committee at the request of Judge Raymond Perez to meet the changing political landscape and security concerns in Port Lavaca.

  • Dewitt Co. sign inter-local law enforcement agreement with Yorktown

    Dewitt County officials approved an inter-local agreement with the City of Yorktown to take over law enforcement duties, making the agreement official.

  • UHV Golf In Longview Monday

    UHV men's and women's golfer started Spring Break in Longview Monday. 

  • Dewitt Commissioners announce plans after Justice of the Peace's Passing

    The Dewitt County Commissioners announced their plans to fill the vacancy for Justice of the Peace Precinct Two during their Monday meeting.  

  • Texas A&M At SXSW: ‘Future Proofing’ Texas In The Wake Of Hurricane Harvey

    Texas A&M At SXSW: ‘Future Proofing’ Texas In The Wake Of Hurricane Harvey COLLEGE STATION, March 12, 2018 — Commission to Rebuild Texas Chair and A&M System Chancellor John Sharp and a pair of bipartisan Texas lawmakers will provide valuable insight into how the state is...

  • Victoria Crimestoppers search for robbery suspect

    “Victoria Crime Stoppers is seeking information about an Attempted Robbery.  On March 3 at 1:40 a.m., a black male in a hoodie attempted to rob 4507 Port Lavaca Hwy, Big Vic’s Truck Stop. 

  • Gov. Abbott Issues Statement On Package Bombings, offers $15,000 Reward

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement following multiple package bombings in Austin, TX. Governor Abbott has been briefed by the Texas Department of Public Safety, and has offered whatever resources necessary to assist authorities in their investigation.

  • 2nd explosion hits Austin hours after blast at a home kills a teen, injures a woman

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Latest on deadly package bombings in Austin, Texas (all times local): Austin's police chief says package bombs caused both explosions in Texas' capital city on Monday, making it three this month.  

  • Blue Bell Ice Cream makes return to Louisville, Lexington and more

    BRENHAM, Texas, March 12, 2018 – Blue Bell Ice Cream will be available in grocery stores in Louisville, Lexington and the surrounding cities beginning on Monday, March 12.  (Cities listed below.) “We are glad to be back and excited to be in a position to expand our sales territory,” said Wayne Hugo, vice president, sales and marketing for Blue Bell. “With the addition of Louisville, Lexington and the surrounding areas, you will now be able to find Blue Be...

  • HTN Update: News you need to know

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