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  • WATCH: Exclusive dash cam video of the Victoria Transit fire.

    The exclusive dash cam video of the Victoria Transit fire. A little northeast of downtown...a few hours before Christmas Eve, load popping and glass breaking woke neighbors surrounding the Victoria Transit bus barn. We have the exclusive video of the moments just after a fire started that changed the way you ride the bus.

  • Meyersville Fruit Farmer Preparing For Summer Harvest

    Today in Meyersville I talked with a farmer who has been involved with fruit trees for the past forty years. 

  • Bill Cosby guilty of drugging and molesting a woman 14 years ago

     Bill Cosby has been convicted of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.

  • May 5th election early voting numbers, April 26

    Election Day is Saturday, May 5, 2018. Vote Centers will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. A Photo ID is required to vote in this election.

  • Volunteers pick up nearly 80,000 lbs of trash during Spring Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup

    AUSTIN - The results for Saturday's 32nd annual Spring Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup by the Texas General Land Office are in. It was a little chillier with scattered showers and high tides in a few spots, but 4,924 volunteers showed up at 25 locations to remove 79,355 pounds of trash from the Texas coastline! 

  • ACLU of Texas seeks information about National Guard sent to Mexico Border

    Requests for information were sent to the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the Office of the Governor of Texas, and the Texas Military Department.

  • Gov. Abbott encourages mayors and county judges to use available Harvey relief funds

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today sent a letter to Mayors, County Judges and Emergency Management officials in communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey, urging them to take immediate advantage of the $500 million in funds from FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program that are available now.  "The hazard mitigation funds available today can provide immediate relief and resiliency to your community.," writes Governor Abbott. "As of today, the Texas Department of Eme...

  • Transitional Shelter Assistance participants Check Out of Program

    April 24 was the check-out deadline for some participants in FEMA’s Transitional Shelter Assistance (TSA) program for Hurricane Harvey survivors. Extensions were granted for some eligible participants to stay in hotels up to May 31. 

  • TxDOT urges drivers to 'Look Twice for Motorcycles' to decrease motorcycle fatalities

    "Nobody wants to take a life in a crash or lose a loved one," said TxDOT Executive Director James Bass. "Motorcycles are small, they're hard to see, and it can be difficult to judge their speed and distance."

  • Victoria Transit to receive two new buses

    Back in December the Victoria Transit lost 32 buses in a fire.  The transit received a grant in February to help them cover the remaining cost not covered by insurance.  

  • jaX the Jaguar blesses UHV grad's rings before ring ceremony

    This Thursday, all 137 of the second group of official UHV class rings will spend 24 hours secured in jaX’s exhibit at The Texas Zoo where he will oversee and bless the rings before distribution the following day. 

  • Local FEMA Reps Solve Wharton Homeowner’s Application Difficulties

    Personal Service Complements Online Capabilities AUSTIN, Texas — Online processes were invaluable to FEMA in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, helping expedite hundreds of thousands of requests for assistance. 

  • Sales Tax Holiday for Emergency Supplies, April 28-30

    (AUSTIN) — With the potential for severe weather approaching this spring, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, from April 28 to April 30. 

  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to Kyler and Krista.  If today is your big day, you share it with Channing Tatum and Carol Burnett.  Have a good one. 
  • Painting Victoria One Brushstroke At A Time

    Richie Vios has lived in Victoria for the past 8 months. Originally he is from the Philippines. There he was employed as an architect. He was allowed to have a certain creative freedom with the job, however, most of his work was dictated by the customers. With our technologies ever changing, computers took over the more artistic aspect of the job. When life brought him to the Crossroads, he found a new medium in which to express himself...watercolor. "There's something there t...

  • Victoria Veterans Town Hall meeting to voice concerns

    San Antonio, Texas – Veterans in the Victoria area are invited to South Texas Veterans Health Care System Town Hall meeting set for Thursday, April 26 at 6 p.m. at the Victoria College Emerging Technology Complex. The event is open to Veterans Service Organizations representatives, Veterans, and their families. The Information Fair begins at 5 p.m. , representatives from the VA Choice Program, Prosthetics, and Enrollment/Eligibility will be available to answer questions. The pu...
  • East & West Girls Golf And Rain At Regionals

    East girls golf, running into a big problem in the first round of the regional tournament in S.A. 

  • Yoakum Football Star Gets State Award

    Another major state honor for a Yoakum football star. 

  • West Track Girl Wins Four Area Golds, Goes To Regionals

    A West senior did something last Friday she had never done before in her life. 

  • Students learn importance of math, robotics during UHV event

    Students tossed their discarded card pieces in the air Tuesday as they tried out a magic trick that uses mathematics to match the halves without looking at the cards. 

  • May 5th election early voting numbers, April 25

    May 5th election early voting numbers, April 25

  • Democratic Nominee for Lt. Gov visits Victoria during state-wide tour

    The Democratic Nominee for the Lt. Governor position, Mike Collier, paid a visit to Victoria Tuesday evening to greet residents and share his vision for Texas if elected to the position. 

  • Progressive Agricultural Day In Port Lavaca

    Fourth graders in Port Lavaca had the opportunity to learn safety tips from first responders and farmers that will benefit  them as they get older. 

  • UHV Coach Honored For Community Activities

    A special off-the-field honor for a UHV head coach. 

  • Generals Have A Big Need

    As the Victoria Generals prepare to embark upon their tenth anniversary season in the Texas Collegiate League, the team is reaching out to the Victoria community for support. 

  • Victoria Transit bounces back after losing 32 buses

    Back in December the Victoria Transit suffered a devastating fire that burned 32 of its buses. Now 4 months later the Victoria Transit received two new buses early Wednesday morning. 

  • Hospitalized Former Pres. George HW Bush thanks Houston after Wife's Funeral

    HOUSTON (AP) - Former President George H.W. Bush is thanking Houston for its "professionalism and obvious care" during the memorials and services for his wife, Barbara Bush.

  • Coast Guard stops lancha crew illegally fishing US waters

    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Coast Guard law enforcement crews detected and interdicted a Mexican lancha boat crew engaged in illegal fishing in federal waters off southern Texas, Monday afternoon.

  • Community Crossroads welcomes candidates for Victoria I.S.D. Board

    The six candidates vying for two seats in the Victoria I.S.D. joined Community Crossroads this week. Incumbent Dr. Estella De Los Santos and Michael Atkinson are seeking the seat in District 2.  Bret Baldwin, Kody Chandler, Dr. Kirby Garrett and Michael Kuhn are vying for the District 3 seat.  Early voting started April 23rd and ends May 1st. The polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 30th and May 1st. Voting takes place at 2805 N. Navarro in Classroom A, at the Dr. Pattie...
  • Birthday Wishes

    Happy Birthday to Phillip! If today is your Birthday, you share it with Tim Duncan. Have a good one!
  • VISD names final candidate for superintendent

    The Victoria Independent School District has named Iowa educator Dr. Quintin Shepherd as the lone finalist for Superintendent. 

  • Tuesday H.S. Baseball & STJ Sports News

    East baseball makes the playoffs for the eighth straight season. 

  • City of Wharton Street Renovations

    The City of Wharton will begin street renovations this summer with an approved budget of more that $550,000. 

  • Police officer says most victims of Toronto attack were women

    TORONTO (AP) - A Toronto police official says that women make up most of the victims of the deadly van attack but it's not yet known if they were deliberately targeted.

  • Cuero City Council proposes closing city airport

    The Cuero City Council is discussing closing the city airport. Newscenter 25's David Gibson spoke to the city manager and tells us what the future of this property could hold. The Cuero City Council is proposing the idea of permanently closing the Cuero Municipal Airport.

  • West Boys Golf At Regionals & Former East Girls Golfer Signs With College

    West boys golf, with a much better second round at the regional tournament in San Antonio. 

  • UHV Baseball Faces Crucial Series

    UHV baseball, about to play its last series of the regular season. 

  • Gov. Abbott orders emergency special election for 27th congressional district of Texas

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today issued a proclamation ordering an emergency special election to elect a United States Representative for Texas Congressional District 27 to serve out the current unexpired term. 

  • SCOTUS hears arguments in Texas redistricting cases

    Both sides in the lawsuit presented oral arguments to SCOTUS on Tuesday. Austin, Texas - Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Texas Congressional and State House redistricting cases. 

  • FEMA mitigation specialists hold seminar for home owners April 23-28

    Those Building, Rebuilding or Repairing Can Plan for the Future and Get Questions Answered by Mitigation Specialists April 23-28 AUSTIN, Texas – As Texans build, rebuild or repair their homes after Hurricane Harvey, home improvement stores and FEMA mitigation specialists are teaming up to provide free information, tips and literature on making homes stronger and safer. FEMA mitigation specialists will answer questions and offer tips and techniques to build ...
  • Victoria veteran surprised with home renovations, paint job

    Veterans and supporters were in attendance for a donation to a deserving citizen. it was a surprise for veteran Thomas Rendon as he won the third annual Paint the Veteran House".  

  • New system treats cancer patients with less time, more precision

    A new radiosurgery system is  treating  cancer patients with less time and more precision at Citizen's Medical Center. 

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