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  • Thursday's Question of the Day

    Happy Thursday, Crossroads! Here's Thursday's Question of the Day... Happy Guessing!

  • Community Crossroads welcomes Goliad Main Street

    The 32nd Annual Victoria County Czech Heritage Festival is September 23, 2018. 

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday!

  • Study: Nearly half of parents use cell phone while driving

    Study: Nearly half of parents use cell phone while driving

  • Bye Week For STJ Football

    Without a game this week, St. Joe football goes back to the drawing board. 

  • Palacios ISD Addresses School Threat

    We received calls to our newsroom from concerned parents of students at Palacios High School- the concern was a school threat . 

  • Victoria College Volleyball Falls To Coastal Bend

    The Victoria College Pirates were defeated in four sets by the Coastal Bend College Cougars in a non-conference volleyball match Wednesday night at the Sports Center. 

  • Bloomington Stadium Gets Ready For Homecoming

    The next steps for Bloomington football to have a home game in time for Homecoming. 

  • UHV Soccer Hopes To Play Saturday

    UHV soccer, hoping that this weekend will be the one where they get to play games. 

  • Update: Final day for Limon's BBQ to pay tax debt

    Today marks the last day for Limon's BBQ to pay their outstanding tax debt before the state begins the process of liquidating their property. 

  • Victoria student receives Coast Guard Foundation Scholarship

    Stonington, Conn. — The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today that it has awarded a record-breaking 177 new scholarships in 2018. 

  • Small plane hits several vehicles, crashes in Fort Bend County

    A small plane has crashed clipping power lines and slamming into at least four cars as it went down. A small crowd of residents and emergency workers can be seen on Voss road, just west of Highway 6. 

  • No way out? US, China tariffs may become the 'new normal'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The path to peace in a trade war between the United States and China is getting harder to find as the world's two biggest economies pile ever more taxes on each other's products.   

  • UHV receives $100,000 grant for first-generation college students

    The University of Houston-Victoria recently received a $100,000 grant from the Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation to fund scholarships for students who are the first in their families to attend college. 

  • Car fire threatens nearby homes on Glendale St

    A Wednesday afternoon car fire threatened nearby homes before being extinguished, according to the Victoria Fire Department. 

  • The MOB Nation arrives in Victoria County

    The MOB Nation, Mommy-owned Businesses, have opened up a new chapter here in Victoria County. 

  • Threats made to Palacios High School

    Please know all threats to our schools or students are taken seriously and investigated thoroughly to insure the safety and security of our students and staff.

  • VISD receiving much needed FEMA reimbursement money

    Victoria ISD along with Representative Michael Cloud held a joint press confrence this morning at Torres Elementary, to announce some exciting news. Newscenter 25's David Gibson attened the event and tells us about it. After a year long wait the Victoria Independent School district is finally getting FEMA reimbursements for damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. 

  • Crossroads National Night Out on October 2nd

    Neighborhoods across the nation host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and other various community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel and exhibits. 

  • Goliad deputies take simulator training

    Deputies from the Goliad County Sheriff’s Office, as well as from surrounding agencies, are taking part in intensive simulator training on the use of various weapons in a series of self-defense scenarios. 

  • National Voter Registration Day is September 25th

    The last day to register to vote, or to make changes to your registration before the November 6, 2018 Joint General election is Tuesday, October 9, 2018.

  • VFD continues investigation into Fire at Multiple Family Apartment Complex

    Monday night, at about 10:22 PM, VFD responded to a house fire at 1005 Cameron Street in Victoria. 

  • New law makes credit freezes and thaws easier and free

    Every few months it seems we hear about another major hack of consumer information. 

  • More Americans are walking, but not far enough

    More Americans are walking, but not far enough

  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

    Happy Wednesday, Crossroads! Here's today's question...

  • VFD Responds to House Fire in Victoria County

    VFD responded to a house fire Tuesday night right after 9 pm at 356 Abel Road intersection with McCoy road in Victoria County close to the Dacosta area.

  • Tuesday H.S. Area Volleyball Wrap

    West volleyball, looking to bounce back from its first district loss Monday night. 

  • West, East, El Campo Swim Meet

    The first VISD swim meet of the season, going on Tuesday night. 

  • City Council Seeks Federal Aid for Riverside Park

    More than a year has passed since Harvey made landfall, however the City of Victoria is still dealing with the damages left behind. 

  • Victoria County Commissioners approve 2019 County Budget

    Victoria County commisioners met Monday morning for the final budget meeting to make any last changes before approving the 2019 county budget.

  • Students use virtual reality to learn literature

    Students at our lady of victory school are using virtual reality to understand classic literature.  Fifth graders at Our Lady of Victory School are exploring literature in a new way. 

  • Air Force training aircraft crashes near San Antonio mall

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - An Air Force training aircraft has crashed into a vacant field near a San Antonio shopping mall.    

  • West Running Back Earns State Honor

    West football will bring a state award winner into the Battle For The Boot Friday night. 

  • Bluebonnet Youth Ranch Golf Sports Stars List

    The Bluebonnet Youth Ranch Celebrity golf tournament, returning to Victoria after a one-year absence due to Harvey. 

  • Crime Stoppers looking for multiple robbery suspects

    On the evening of Saturday, 09/15/2018, Victoria Police Department officers responded to multiple robberies across the city.

  • Small fire breaks out at Faith Family Church

    The Victoria fire department responded to a small fire just before 9 p.m. Monday at Faith Family Church. 

  • Flash flood kills man in Virginia

    WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) - The National Weather Service has confirmed that at least two tornadoes spawned by the remnants of Hurricane Florence touched down in Virginia.   

  • 'Game of Thrones,' 'Mrs. Maisel' triumph at Emmys

    The Latest on the 70th prime-time Emmy Awards being presented Monday at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

  • Glen Flora firefighter dies after car strikes cow

    A volunteer firefighter has died following a crash after training with El Campo fire crews Monday night Officials say 24-year-old Frank Partida, Jr. 

  • UHV Holds Active Shooting Training Presentation

    The Student Government Association at UHV represents the whole student body, and when students asked for more information on how to deal with active shooters on campus, SGA responded.  

  • Emergency Alerting Systems postpones nationwide test

    WASHINGTON –FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), postponed the nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) until October 3 due to ongoing response efforts to Hurricane Florence.

  • Bootfest In Need Of Volunteers

    Victoria - Bootfest 2018 is just a few weeks away, and they are still in need of volunteers to help make this years festival a success. O.C. Garza with the city of Victoria, says that they plan for about 600 volunteers for Bootfest each year, and they still need about 200 more to meet their goal for this year. Garza says that volunteering at Bootfest is a great way to both help your community and to meet new people. No matter what you volunteer interest is, Garza says their is ...
  • FBI Warns of Posting Hoax Threats to Schools

    HOUSTON, TX - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Houston Division is launching #ThinkBeforeYouPost, a public awareness campaign to educate the public about the consequences of making hoax threats of violence to schools and other public places, and reminds everyone that hoax 

  • Tuesday's Question of the Day

    Happy Tuesday! Who has a good guess to today's question?? Happy Guessing! :)

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday!

  • Is too much sleep bad for your health?

    Not getting enough shut-eye can really wreak havoc on our health, but now, new research is lending credence to the old saying, ‘you snooze, you lose.’ The study looked at data from 74 previous studies involving 3.3 million people. 

  • AP State Poll Gets Shaken Up

    An emotional home win for Cuero football, not enough to put the Gobblers back in the AP State 4A top ten Monday. The Gobblers, now 2-1 on the season. Big move by an area team in the state 3A poll. Goliad, up two spots to number two in the state after beating previously undefeated George West. Yoakum stays at number ten in the 3A poll. In the state 2A rankings, Shiner goes up a spot to number two. Refugio, moving up one to number five. 

  • East and West Volleyball Both Stumble in District Play

    Both VISD volleyball programs were in action Monday, with East hosting Corpus Christi Carroll at home, and West on the road at CC Veterans Memorial. Both teams struggled against tough opponents, with East falling in five sets and West in four. The loss for West marks the first district defeat for the Warriors this season.  Lexi Morris had a big game for the Warriors, recording 8 kills to go along with 25 digs. Piper Kallman filled up the stat sheet as well, tallying 7 kills, 14 ...
  • City of Victoria to begin spraying for mosquitoes

    The City of Victoria Parks and Recreation Department will start spraying for mosquitoes tonight. They expect to cover the city in the next three days before rain again comes to the area. 

  • BREAKING: Senate panel plans hearing for Kavanaugh's accuser to testify

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate panel sets public hearing for next Monday with Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh, woman accusing him of sex assault.
  • White House says Kavanaugh ready to testify

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House says Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is ready to testify in the Senate as soon as Tuesday so "he can clear his name of this false allegation" about a sexual assault while in high school.    

  • Border Patrol agent targeted vulnerable women

    LAREDO, Texas (AP) - A Texas prosecutor says a Border Patrol agent targeted a vulnerable community when he killed four women.   

  • Emmys gold carpet ready for deluge of stars

     LOS ANGELES (AP) - The sprawling golden carpet for the 70th annual Emmy Awards is heating up as security readies for the deluge of television stars headed for the Microsoft Theater Monday afternoon.   

  • Teen suffers minor injuries after being hit by a vehicle

    A 16 year old minor suffered minor injuries after being hit by a car Monday morning.  

  • Federal lawyers: Gulf oil leak spills much more than thought

    Federal government lawyers say a 14-year-old leak is releasing much more oil each day into the Gulf of Mexico than officials previously claimed.

  • Kavanaugh willing to talk to panel, arrives at White House

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's eldest son is appearing to mock a woman's sexual assault allegations against his father's nominee for the Supreme Court.  

  • Victoria Crime Stoppers search for hit and run subject

    Victoria Crime Stoppers is looking to identify the driver involved in a hit and run on July 29th.

  • Monday's Question of the Day

    Happy Monday, Crossroads! Here's today's Question of the Day...

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday?

  • Weathering health hazards after a storm

    After a storm it’s important to be aware of potential health risks. According to Baruch Fertel, M.D., an emergency physician at Cleveland Clinic, in addition to being a drowning hazard, standing water may carry bacteria which can cause illness, so something as simple as hand hygiene can go a long way. 

  • Calhoun Tops Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, 55-47

    The Calhoun Sandcrabs defeated Mexican high school Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Port Lavaca on Saturday, 55-47. The win marks Calhoun's first on the season at Sandcrab Stadium, and levels their record on the young season at 1-1. Nuevo Leon took a five point lead into the half, but Sandcrabs quarterback Connor Kestler led an offensive charge in the third quarter that put Calhoun ahead for good.  JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Blake Bortles threw four touchdown passes, three in the first ...
  • Dallas Police Protest at Cowboys Stadium

     ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Demonstrators, including some who rolled empty coffins, marched outside AT&T Stadium ahead of Sunday's Dallas Cowboys game to protest recent fatal police shootings.  Attorney Lee Merritt, who represents the family of Botham Jean, says protesters are demanding that Dallas police officer Amber Guyger be fired and charged with murder instead of manslaughter for Jean's death. Guyger, who is white, shot the 26-year-old Jean, who was black and her neig...
  • Memorial Created For Fallen Police Officer

     FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A public memorial has been created outside a North Texas public safety complex as residents mourn the death of an undercover police officer who was killed in the line of duty. Officer Garrett Hull was mortally wounded while he a team of undercover and uniformed officers confronted three men who had robbed a Fort Worth bar early Friday morning. The 40-year-old officer was shot during a foot chase and was taken to a hospital where he died late Friday night...
  • Texas Border Patrol Agent Accused of Killing Four

    HOUSTON (AP) - The Latest on a Border Patrol agent accused in the killing of four women in Laredo, Texas (all times local):      12:55 p.m. Authorities in Texas say a U.S. Border Patrol agent fatally shot four female sex workers in the head. Juan David Ortiz of Laredo is being held Sunday on four murder counts, plus aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful restraint. Bond is $2.5 million. Affidavits acquired by the Laredo Morning Times say the first body wa...

  • Friday Football Fever Final Scores

    Here are the Friday Football Fever final scores for 9/14/18 

  • Cuero Wins Emotional Game, 34-20

    It was only fitting that in a game dedicated to loss of a Gobbler fanatic, the Mean Green came through swimmingly.  

  • Friday Football Fever East Football Live Interview

    East football receiver Stephen Flenner came by Friday Football Fever world headquarters Friday night. 

  • Friday Football Fever West Football Live Interview

    West running back Tyvon Hardrick stopped by Friday Football Fever world headquarters Friday night. 

  • Bloomington Football Head Coach Joins Friday Football Fever Live

    Bloomington football lhead coach Chris Horn stopped by Friday Football Fever world headquarters Friday night. 

  • Friday Football Fever Faith Academy Live Interview

    Faith Academy head coach Gil Gonzalez stops by the Friday Football Fever headquarters.  

  • Weather Update in Bloomington

    Bloomington saw steady rain with some heavy down pour at times. State Highway 185 which crosses through Bloomington had slippery roads with accumulated water on the roadsides. Residents in Bloomington worried about minor flooding as some areas need better drainage

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  • Gov. Abbott reflects on a year of Harvey recovery at Rockport church

    "We would not be here without the resilience, without the heart, without the commitment of our fellow Texans. I have never been prouder—as Governor, as a Texan or as a human being—to see the way you responded to the worst of disasters."

  • West Wins, East Falls as District Volleyball Play Begins

    West volleyball opened district play on Tuesday evening against Carroll and did so victoriously, beating the Tigers in four sets. The Warriors took the first two sets by scores of 25-15 and 25-21 respectively, before dropping a tight third frame 25-22. They would bounce back to win the fourth 25-20 to take the match and a 1-0 district record into their weekend tournament in San Marcos.  Erin Reynolds led all Warriors with 16 kills, with sophomore Rachel Goodwine adding 12 o...

  • Refugio Receives Help from Youth Group Missionaries

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