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  • Trey's Forecast Discussion

    Looking rather mild this week! When is the next rain chance? Meteorologist Trey Meynig has your forecast. 

  • Monday's Question of the Day

    Here's Monday's Question of the Day: 

  • Birthday Wishes

    Good morning Crossroads! Here are today's Birthday wishes for December 11, 2017. Happy Cake Day to Aaron, Christina, Deborah, Cora, Lauren, MJ, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Pooh and Savannah.  If today is your big day you share it with John Kerry and Jermaine Jackson.  Have a good one. 

  • New research may put the brakes on breakfast-skipping

    (Cleveland Clinic)-- Growing up, most of us heard the age-old advice to eat your breakfast, because it’s ‘the most important meal of the day.’ But is it true? According to a recent study, people who skip breakfast may be putting their heart health at risk. Cleveland Clinic’s Haitham Ahmed, M.D., did not take part in the research, but said it showed a link between unhealthy lifestyle habits and skipping breakfast. “The people who were skipping breakfas...

  • Walmart holds a fundraiser for Toys For Tots

    Walmart and Toys For Tots have been fundraising together with many different events. Today they held a unique fundraiser. "our mission this year is no child left behind," says Col. Mike Petrash, Toys For Tots. With every spike or hit of the ball, it went to a good cause " the proceeds go to toys for tots," adds Jeanette Rocha Store Manager Walmart on north Navarro and Toys For Tots held a volleyball tournament in Riverside park. "This event...

  • 5 points Museum rolls out two new exhibits

    The 5 points Museum of Contemporary Art has multiple new exhibits in town.  The exhibits are called Correlation, and 25 years Artlife, and it includes a new film called Humolious. The Correlation exhibit by Maurice Roberts is a temple of reflection. The Artlife exhibit by Joe Cardella is complied 25 years visual history of hte magazine. If you visit the Artlife exhibit you can hold the original magazines. They also have a film called Humilious. Its about a terror attack ...

  • Victorian Children get an early Christmas

    The hope to dream event provided 100 children with a unique gift today at Holy Family Church.

  • Six Flags attempts to break the record for world's largest snowball fight

    ARLINGTON, Texas-- Six Flags attempted to break the record for world’s largest snowball fight. This national Six Flags Snow Day presented by Hallmark Channel took place in Six Flags theme parks across North America Saturday. The current world record of 8,200 participants was set in Canada last year. The snowballs were made of real snow. Six Flags aims to break the record with 9,000 participants and fake snowballs. One thousand people participated at Six Flags ov...

  • Victoria Public Library temporarily closed due to electrical issues

    Due to some electrical issues, the Victoria Public Library is closed until Tuesday, December 12, 2017. The Library is currently without electricity. Technicians with AEP are working to resolve the electrical issues. The Victoria Public Library apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause to library patrons.  The Library will reopen Tuesday.

  • Area High School Football Regional Final Scores

    Here are Friday night's area high school football regional finals scores and state semifinal details. 

  • East Girls Basketball Loses & More H.S. Hoops

    East girls basketball in home action Friday night. 

  • Toys For Tots Kicks Off The Weekend With A Strong Showing

    The U.S. Marines Toys For Tots goal is to ensure every kid has a present under the tree this year. 

  • Cancer Survivor Brings Hope To Others With Parade Float

  • Santa makes an appearance at Bay City Walmart

    For the fifth year in a row, local law enforcement officers joined with local youth to shop for Christmas gifts for their families in the Shop with a Cop program. “This event is one of several community programs supported and highly anticipated by the police department” said Police Chief Robert Lister. On Thursday December 7, 2017 Bay City Police Officers, Bay City ISD Police Officers, and Troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety (Texas DPS) teamed up with empl...
  • First Significant Snowfall for Victoria in Over a Decade

    Its beginning to a lot like Christmas here in the Crossroads.

  • West Baseball Player Signs With College

    A snow day turns into an early Christmas for a West baseball star. 

  • VPD warns community of holiday shopping safety

    Once again, the height of holiday shopping season is upon us and with it comes an increase in the opportunities for crime. Consider the following tips when out and about. While shopping: Park in highly visible spots that are well lit. Lock your vehicle and never leave packages or other valuables on the seat. Secure them in the trunk or at least keep them out of sight. Carry only the credit cards you need to make your purchases and avoid carrying large amounts of cash. Have you...
  • CBP Pursues Cocaine-laden Vessel

    AMO crews track vessel in international waters, 3,800 pounds of cocaine seized CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations (AMO) crew, in coordination with interagency partners, pursued a self-propelled semi-submersible vessel carrying nearly 4,000 pounds of cocaine. Self-propelled semi-submersible vessels are low profile vessels designed to navigate low in the water to avoid detection. ...
  • Gov. Abbott's Commission To Rebuild Texas Update Issue 12

    AUSTIN - As the First Lady of Texas, I am always so proud to welcome visitors to our great state so they can see for themselves the indomitable spirit of Texas. It was a joy to have the First Lady and Second Lady of the United States join me this week on another trip to the Gulf Coast region to meet some true Texas heroes - our fearless first responders, our dedicated teachers, our generous volunteers and, most especially, our courageous and determined families displaced by this disas...
  • KAVU Pet of the Week

    The Dorothy O'Connor Pet Adoption center has a few pets in need of a good home.  

  • Trey's Friday forecast

    Snow Is Gone, But Cold Temps Remain. Will This Last Into The Weekend? Meteorologist Trey Meynig Has Your Forecast. 

  • Dr. Jaklich to retire at the end of the school year

    In a message to employees, Dr. Jaklich said, “Six years ago we began a mission that everyone would serve as a “Change Agent” and a “Difference Maker” in the lives of our students. We have definitely accomplished this goal. We have built relationships on trust and have focused on every student’s unique potential.

  • UHV Men's Soccer Regional Honors

    More honors for UHV men's soccer. 

  • Six Flags Over Texas Voted Best Theme Park Holiday Event in Texas

    The Thrill Capital of Texas Claims Another Coveted Title as Holiday in the Park® is Recognized as the Best in the State of Texas and Top Three in the Nation   ARLINGTON, Texas — ‘Tis the season! After four weeks of spirited voting by USA TODAY readers, Holiday in the Park® at Six Flags Over Texas has been named Best Theme Park Holiday Event in Texas and third best in the nation. Six Flags Over Texas launched Holiday in t...
  • Crossroads school delays due to snowy weather

    Several school districts are pushing back the start times Friday due to the snowfall overnight. 

  • Snowfall Around the Crossroads

    It's snowing in the Crossroads! Our viewers didn't hesitate to enjoy the snow while it lasted. 

  • Tree ornaments a merry menace for children

    (Cleveland Clinic)-- Kids are often drawn to the sparkly lights, shiny ornaments and glimmering garland on a Christmas tree - but beware - some decorations can be dangerous for young children. According to Purva Grover, M.D., a pediatric emergency department physician at Cleveland Clinic Children’s, it’s common to see injuries from ornaments in the emergency department.   “The most common injury are the really, really delicate glass ornaments and we've se...

  • H.S. Basketball Scores

    Here are Thursday night's area high school basketball finals. 

  • Pearl Harbor Survivor Remembers Infamous Day

    We speak with the oldest living Texas survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack. He's tells his story from that infamous day.

  • Goliad County Power Plant Merger Could Impact Economy

    The owners of the Coleto Creek Power Plant is planning to merge which could have an effect on the economy in Goliad County.

  • Athlete Of The Week: Drew Riemenschneider

    Our Athlete Of The Week is the quarterback on an undefeated team,.

  • Goliad Football Regional Final Preview

    Goliad football is about to make history. 

  • DeWitt County Sheriff's Office to help families in need with Deputy Santa program

    DEWITT COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE DEPUTY SANTA It is that time of year again! Christmas is just around the corner, and the DeWitt County Sheriff's Office is continuing to sponsor the Deputy Santa Program for needy children in this county. In the last 20 years that Deputy Santa has been in operation it has been a great success. Our efforts have taken us from one end of the county to the other and throughout all of our communities. We would like to thank all of our contributors from the...
  • Christmas Trees Growth on The Rise in Texas

    You can purchase trees grown from Oregon or North Carolina but you can also buy them local farms like this one in Luling. The idea of growing Christmas trees came from farmers looking to make some extra cash. "Many of the rice growers were looking for alternatives in the Beaumont Orange area. They looked at this as a good chance to get some extra income in place of other crops," said Arbrameit. Trees like Virginia Pine are only suitable to Texas because of the soil and warm...

  • Pay It Forward 12-7-17

    Ever since Hurricane Harvey struck our coast in August, people and organizations have been struggling to get their homes and businesses in order.  And that includes houses of worship in our area that have been featured in past weeks in our Pay it Forward segment.  And today was no exception as a pesky leak interrupted our story.

  • UHV Men's Soccer Makes National Poll

    UHV men's soccer gets national recognition. 

  • DPS Driver License Service Returns to Victoria Post-Harvey

    VICTORIA – The Texas Department of Public Safety Victoria Driver License Office will reopen to the public at a new, temporary location (at 8 a.m.) Monday, Dec. 11. The temporary driver license office – located at 2208 Leary Lane, Victoria, TX  77901 – will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The original facility, located at 8802 N. Navarro St., was closed after sustaining damage during Hurricane Harvey in August. Repairs are underway at that loc...
  • Breaking: Sen. Al Franken announces resignation follow harassment allegations

    (CNN)   Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken is set to make a statement Thursday about his future in office, following a raft of allegations he touched women inappropriately and dozens of his Democratic colleagues calling for him to step aside.  

  • '10 Worst Toys' list includes swords, drones, fidget spinners, plus more

    (USA TODAY) Superheroes may be a hit at the box office, but some of the toys being spun off of the movie franchises aren't finding fans among consumer safety advocates. The Wonder Woman Battle-Action Sword and the Spider-Man Official Movie Spider-Drone are among the "10 Worst Toys of 2017," an annual list from a Boston-based nonprofit called World Against Toys Causing Harm, or WATCH. 

  • Victoria County Sheriff's Office and Resident recognize Deputy Alfred Garza

    The Victoria County Sheriff's Office is sharing some nice words about one of its deputies.  In a Facebook Post Thursday morning, the Office recognized Deputy Alfred Garza. It says on Wednesday morning, Garza was on his way to Howell Middle School where he is a Resource Deputy, when he saw Victoria I.S.D. student walking in the cold rain.  He stopped and took the student to class. He learned the student did not have a jacket due to a move caused by Hurricane Harvey. Deputy ...

  • Young Man Saves Wild Rabbit Caught in Wildfires

    (ABC News)-- A wild rabbit got a hand from an animal lover evacuating from the fast spreading California wildfires, and the rescue was caught on camera. In the video you can see the man struggle to chase down the bunny by the side of Highway 1 in Ventura county. He isn't fast enough to grab the animal before it runs into the brush. The man doesn't give up, moving in closer and finally snatching his new floppy eared friend and carrying it to safety. The Thomas fire has now burn...

  • Thursday's Question of the Day

    Here's Thursday's Question of the Day!

  • What made Leigh Laugh during the 6 p.m. Newscast Wednesday?

    If you were watching Newscenter25 at 6 p.m. Wednesday the news show ended with another good hearty laugh by all especially Anchor Leigh Waldman. It turns out Chief Meteorologist Bill Alexander did it again. Bill played with the snowflakes on the set suggesting the possibility of snow in the area. If you watched television news and weather back in the day this is about how they did it. Keep laughing!

  • Study finds link between birth control and breast cancer risk

    (Cleveland Clinic)-- About 140 million women worldwide use hormonal contraceptives. Now, a new study links the use of these birth control methods to an increased risk of breast cancer in women. The study looked at data from 1.8 million women between the ages of 15 and 49 over more than a decade. Researchers found that women who took hormonal contraceptives, including pills, patches, and implantable devices, had a 20 percent increased risk of breast cancer. The risk was higher the l...

  • Former Officer Indicted In Shooting Of Black Male

    DALLAS –  A former police officer in a Dallas suburb has been indicted in the shooting of a black man who was mistaken for a burglar while trying to unlock his own truck.

  • UHV’s graduate interdisciplinary studies program receives ranking

    The Master’s Program Guide website recently ranked the University of Houston-Victoria Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies as one of the nation’s top 50 liberal studies programs. UHV’s program is No. 31 on the website’s 50 Best Online Master of Liberal Studies Degree Programs 2018 list. 

  • Yoakum Football Regional Final Preview

    Yoakum football, gearing up for its regional championship game Saturday night. 

  • Post Acute Medical Making Christmas Boxes for Troops Overseas

    Post Acute Medical Rehab packed care packages for troops overseas this Christmas. This year they made over 100 boxes compared to only 40 last year. 

  • UHV sees another year of record-breaking giving

    For the second year in a row, the University of Houston-Victoria has enjoyed a banner year of giving. The university reached a new high in 2016-2017 with 931 unique donors giving $1.1 million. The number of donors and the amount given outpaced 2015-2016 by 27 percent more donors and 36 percent more money donated. 

  • UHV to host Coco book signing

    Fans of Disney’s “Coco” soon will have the opportunity to get a signed copy of the new movie’s novelization at a book signing hosted by the University of Houston-Victoria. Diana López, a UHV associate professor of creative writing, will sign copies of her book, “Coco: A Story About Music, Shoes and Family,” starting at 6 p.m. Dec. 14 at the UHV Center for the Arts, 204 N. Main St. The event is free and open to the public. “The communi...
  • Port Lavaca parade, christmas tree lighting delayed to this Friday

    Due to the weather, Port Lavaca Christmas events have been rescheduled to this Friday. The Christmas parade will kick off at 6:30 pm. Followed by the tree lighting, s'mores, hot chocolate and ice skating at the Bayfront peninsula at 8 pm. The YMCA gala will be held tomorrow as planned. 

  • Wind Indicator Changing Direction Of Hunting

    The winds direction seems like a concept that wouldn't have much impact on our lives. However, it's impact is wide ranging.

  • VISD Wrestling Takes On Beeville

    Tuesday night was the night for the first of two home matches this season for VISD wrestling. 

  • Victoria Chamber of Commerce honor members, ambassadors during awards luncheon

    The Victoria Chamber of Commerce held it's annual awards ceremony luncheon today for it's members and ambassadors.  The Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony is an opportunity to celebrate the work and efforts chamber members and ambassadors gave to Victoria businesses this year. Over seventy members, as well as ambassadors and city officials, were in attendance to have lunch and honor deserving members with awards. Chamber President Randy Vivian explains this year's awa...
  • VISD Football Teams To Stay In Same District

    The UIL, releasing conference cutoff numbers Wednesday. 

  • Novel regulation of gene expression in brain tumors identified

    Study reveals how combination of two key enzymes promotes tumor cell formation and growth HOUSTON ? Study results revealed previously unknown interplay between two key enzymes and a novel understanding of how brain cancer tumors form and spread, according to researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The study, led by Zhimin Lu, M.D., Ph.D., professor of Neuro-Oncology, identified a previously unreported linkage between two enzymes known as Gcn5...
  • UHV Sports Teams Involved In Charity Events

    UHV men's and women's golf team will be sponsoring a Christmas Toy Drive benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Victoria this week. 

  • Port Aransas Volunteer Fire Department receives fire truck donation

    Dec. 6, 2017 — PORT ARANSAS, Texas — Port Aransas Volunteer Fire Department received a fire truck today, donated by the Philomont Volunteer Fire Department from Virginia. The donation was facilitated through the Texas A&M Forest Service Helping Hands Program that allows the transfer of firefighting and rescue equipment and vehicles to volunteer fire departments in need.  Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas Aug. 25, 2017, leaving the Port Aransas VFD with s...
  • Goliad Main Street Brings Joy With Christmas Trees

    If you live in Goliad, you may have noticed a tent filled with Christmas trees downtown. These trees are part of a new project put on by the Main Street Program.

  • Female Dem senators call on Franken to resign

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Female senators are calling on fellow Democratic Sen. Al Franken to resign.      In Facebook posts and Tweets, the women said the two-term senator should step aside after a fresh allegation that he forcibly tried to kiss a woman in 2006.      Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wrote on Facebook that while Franken is entitled to have the Ethics Committee conclude its review, "I believe it would be better for our country if he sent a clear messa...
  • Sen. John Cornyn: Passing Fix NICS Could Save Lives

    WASHINGTON – During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) today discussed his legislation, the Fix NICS Act, which would strengthen the existing National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) by ensuring critical conviction records are properly uploaded following the shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX. 

  • Victoria Area Homeless Coalition opening warming shelter at local church

    The Victoria Area Homeless Coalition will open a warming shelter at the Central Church of Christ for anyone looking to for a warm place to stay. The church is located at 801 East Airline Road. Due to incoming freezing temperatures, the coalition will open the church as a shelter and will provide cots, clothes and other goods to keep residents warm and safe. 

  • UPS warns of delivery delays after surge in online shopping

    UPS says some package deliveries are being delayed because of an unexpected flood of orders from online shoppers after Thanksgiving. 

  • Trey's Forecast Discussion For Wednesday 12 - 6

    Its A Cold And Rainy Day In The Crossroads! Will The Cold Air Hang Around? Trey Meynig Has Your Forecast! Click The Link For More!

  • Dish Network upgrading to High Definition for Victoria Television networks

    Starting tomorrow, Dish Network subscribers in Victoria will be able to see Victoria Television programming in full high definition. This will include the local NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX channels. 

  • The St. Romanos Chorale Free Performance

    The St. Romanos Chorale takes its name from the Syrian religious poet and hymnographer of the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church, St. Romanos.  St. Romanos is considered to be the greatest of the Byzantine melodist-poets.  The St. Romanos Chorale is composed of singers from several Orthodox Christian Churches in the greater Houston area.  The music is a capella in both Byzantine and Slavonic styles, predominately English, but also Greek, Arabic and Slavonic.  Th...

  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

    Here's Wednesday's Question of the Day: 

  • Stay Safe during Cold Temps

    The first big chill of the winter season can feel especially brutal. When the weather takes a sharp turn for the colder, it can be easy for us to get caught out of practice with our winter preparedness. According to Tom Waters, M.D., an emergency department physician at Cleveland Clinic, preparation is vital when it comes to preventing very serious cold-related injuries. “Prevention is the key for both hypothermia and frostbite,” said Dr. Waters. “You need to mak...

  • STJ Basketball Home Doubleheader

    Basketball doubleheader action at St. Joe Tuesday night. 

  • City Council pushes back decision

    Tonight city council met to discuss different items including the possible renaming of a Victoria street. But what street possibly seeing changes is still a mystery.

  • After Conyers resigns, what's next on misconduct front?

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The resignation of Democratic Rep. John Conyers, the longest-serving member of the House, brings renewed focus to allegations of sexual harassment in Congress and fresh questions of what's next as lawmakers confront a national reckoning with high-profile cases that have rocked Hollywood, the media and now Washington.      The 27-term Michigan lawmaker stepped down Tuesday, becoming the first Capitol Hill politician to lose his job in the torrent of sex...
  • Cuero Football Regional Finals Preview

    Revenge was on the minds of the Cuero football players last Friday night. 

  • How to Prevent Holiday Crime in Rural Areas

    The Goliad Sheriff’s Office says this time of year is when theft and crime are at their peak,  with criminals giving scams a holiday twist.  Even in rural areas, theft can still happen.

  • Victoria County FD, Apartment Association accepting donations for Operation Firefighter

    The Victoria County Fire Department, Fire Marshal's Office and Victoria Apartment Association is planning to brighten up several local family's holiday season with a surprise delivery. The fire department partnered with the apartment association all month long, collecting food and toy donations from the community to give to those in need. Operation Firefighter is still in need of toys and non perishable food donations. The fire department says this event means the ...
  • Cornyn, GOP Colleagues Introduce Bill to Protect DACA Recipients, Strengthen Border Security

    Cornyn’s SECURE Act Includes Text of Bipartisan BRIDGE Act   WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) joined Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), James Lankford (R-OK), Tom Cotton (R-AR), and David Perdue (R-GA) to introduce legislation to protect and provide certainty to DACA recipients and improve the lawful immigration system by targeting illegal immigration and enforcing border security measures. The ...
  • First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence to visit Texas for continued hurricane relief

    First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence will travel to Texas tomorrow, December 6, to continue their efforts in assisting those affected by this year's devastating hurricane season. Upon arrival to Corpus Christi, the two will participate in a meet-and-greet with first responders who are part of the Hurricane Harvey recovery effort.  Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Pence will then travel to Rockport, Texas to meet with a family whose home was destroyed in the hurricane, and tou...
  • UHV Men's Soccer Player Named All-America

    The latest UHV men's soccer history made Tuesday.  

  • Bay City Man Leads Officers on Chase

    Bay City Police Officer Donna Guanajuato was working patrol in the 3100 block of Avenue F when she observed a maroon Chevrolet pickup traveling on the wrong side of the roadway on Saturday, December 2, 2017, at approximately 4:24 a.m. Officer Guanajuato activated her emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop, but the vehicle refused to stop. The vehicle continued reaching speeds of up to 20 miles per hour. It jumped the curb and drove through the parking lot of the First Baptis...
  • Bay City man arrested After Vehicle Reported Stolen

    A Bay City Police officer was dispatched to the 1900 block of 7th Street in reference to a stolen vehicle on Friday, December 01, 2017, at approximately 3:30 a.m. The vehicle was described as a white Camaro. Shortly after sending a unit, dispatch received a second call of a suspicious white Camaro parked behind a building at a vacant residence in the 1100 block of Avenue H. Separate units were dispatched to the Avenue H location. Upon arrival at the 1100 block of Avenue H, offic...
  • Gov. Abbott orders Texas flags lowered to half staff for fallen San Marcos officer

    AUSTIN - Governor Abbott has ordered Texas flags in the City of San Marcos and in any surrounding municipalities or political subdivisions to be lowered to half-staff in memory of San Marcos Police Officer Kenneth Copeland who was killed in the line of duty yesterday. 

  • DPS Reminds Texans of Winter Weather Safety Tips

    AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) encourages Texans in all regions of the state to make preparations for winter weather as we enter the cold weather season. “While we’ve all heard the joke about Texas only having two seasons – hot and hotter – all Texans need to prepare now for the serious threats that the upcoming winter could bring,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw. “Every year, Texas faces the dangers of winter...
  • Gov. Abbott endorses Rep. Jay Dean, others for re-election

    AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today endorsed Jay Dean for re-election as State Representative of House District 7. Abbott says Representative Dean has demonstrated steadfast leadership when it comes to cutting the size of government, defending religious liberty and promoting economic prosperity, and Governor Abbott is proud to endorse him for re-election.   

  • Conyers says he's resigning to preserve legacy

    DETROIT (AP) - Rep. John Conyers says he's resigning from Congress "to preserve (his) legacy and good name."      Conyers said in a statement Tuesday that he's not being afforded "due process" to defend himself against sexual harassment allegations made by former staff members. He's also citing his "current health conditions" as a factor in his decision to step down.      Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, a Texas Democrat, read the st...
  • Cuero looking for volunteer "elves" for Christmas in Downtown event

    The City of Cuero is looking for some wonderful volunteers to assist in making Christmas "Merry and Bright" for families and guests in our community. "Christmas in Downtown" will be held this coming Friday and Saturday. 

  • Trey's Forecast Discussion For Tuesday 12 - 5

    Finally Feeling Like December Around The Crossroads! Trey Meynig Has Your Chilly Forecast! 

  • Google Hiring 10K Reviewers to clean up YouTube

    In a blog post late Monday, Ceo Susan Wojcicki said YouTube will increase the number of people working to oversee content to more than 10-thousand next year. 

  • Tuesday's Question of the Day

    Here's Tuesday's Question of the Day: 

  • Keeping Children Healthy During the Holidays

    The first week of December is ‘National Hand Washing Week.’ According to Skyler Kalady, M.D., of Cleveland Clinic Children’s, cold weather months are prime time for children to get and share common contagious illnesses. She said the first step that children and parents can take to help lessen their chance of getting sick during the school year starts at the sink. “Children should wash their hands multiple times a day,” said Dr. Kalady. “Most imp...

  • San Marcos Police Officer Killed On Duty

    SAN MARCOS -- A police officer has been shot and killed in San Marcos, the San Marcos Police Department confirmed Monday afternoon.

  • Study: Fiber May Help Colon Cancer Survivors Live Longer

     Fiber has been linked to a lower risk of colon cancer in a handful of studies, and now new research suggests fiber may also help colon cancer survivors live longer. 

  • Hit and Run Suspect Sought

    On December 2, 2017 at about 6:50 p.m., Deputies were dispatched to Bloomington in reference to several reports of a large disturbance in the area of Black Bayou 1 and San Antonio streets. When deputies arrived they discovered that during the disturbance there was a male that had been struck by a vehicle. The victim was transported to DeTar Navarro with unknown injuries. After striking the victim, the suspect fled the area in a dark colored SUV that is believed to be a KIA. Deputie...

  • Response Plan After Oil Spill

    A federal judge has ordered the Army Corps of Engineers and a pipeline developer to complete an oil spill response plan for a section of the Dakota Access pipeline beneath the Missouri River in North Dakota.

  • Birthday Wishes for December 5, 2017

    Good morning Crossroads! Happy Birthday to Brooke, Tyrese and Zaiden.  If today is your big day you share it with the late Walt Disney and Margaret Cho.  Thank you China B for making Birthdays on Sunrise possible. 

  • Fugitive Arrested for Fake Identity at UT

    An Oregon fugitive recently arrested at the University of Texas, Arlington has a history of using aliases and used a fake identity to enroll in a graduate program there.

  • 13-Year-Old Found In Mexico

    HOUSTON--A 13-year-old Texas girl who went missing late last week and was believed to have “been lured from her home by an online predator” was found in Mexico on Sunday, police said.

  • Houston Man Allegedly Provided Support to IS

    A Houston-area man has pleaded guilty to providing material support to the Islamic State group.

  • Baby Born From Transplant Uterus

    DALLAS (AP) - Doctors in Dallas say it took over a year to determine if a woman who received a womb transplant would become the first in the U.S. to give birth.    

  • East Boys Basketball Loses At Port Aransas

    Another sign south Texas is healing after Harvey, and East boys basketball was there to help. The Titans played at Port Aransas Monday night in the first hoops game there at the high school since Harvey hit there just over three months ago. Port Aransas jumped out to a 12-0 lead. Ed Clay led the Titans with 13 points, but they lost, 61-43, making it even more of a joyous night for a city that was ravaged by Harvey and will be recovering for a long time. East boys basketball starts pl...
  • Reward Doubled for Information on Border Patrol Agent's Death

    The FBI has doubled its reward for information in the death of a border patrol agent that could lead to resolving the case.

  • Cruz Calls for Further Opening of International Markets to Texas Farmers, Ranchers, Businesses

    FRISCO – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) today addressed the Texas Farm Bureau’s 84th Annual Meeting.
     

  • State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.8 Billion in November

    (AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.78 billion in November, 11.1 percent more than in November 2016.  “The double-digit growth in sales tax revenue compared to last year was fueled, in part, by increased collections from oil- and natural gas-related sectors,” Hegar said. “Recent higher oil prices have spurred increased well drilling and completion. Collections from retail trade and re...
  • Two Industrial Athletes Sign With TLU

    Two current Industrial Cobras are now future Texas Lutheran Bulldogs.

  • Refugio Church Seeking Assistance After Extensive Harvey Damage

    A church in Refugio is still trying to recover their small congregation several months after Harvey.

  • Goliad Football Loses Key Player To Injury

    Goliad football will have to go the rest of the playoffs without its number two receiver. 

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    • Trey's Forecast Discussion

      Looking rather mild this week! When is the next rain chance? Meteorologist Trey Meynig has your forecast. 

    • Birthday Wishes

      Good morning Crossroads! Here are today's Birthday wishes for December 11, 2017. Happy Cake Day to Aaron, Christina, Deborah, Cora, Lauren, MJ, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Pooh and Savannah.  If today is your big day you share it with John Kerry and Jermaine Jackson.  Have a good one. 

    • New research may put the brakes on breakfast-skipping

      (Cleveland Clinic)-- Growing up, most of us heard the age-old advice to eat your breakfast, because it’s ‘the most important meal of the day.’ But is it true? According to a recent study, people who skip breakfast may be putting their heart health at risk. Cleveland Clinic’s Haitham Ahmed, M.D., did not take part in the research, but said it showed a link between unhealthy lifestyle habits and skipping breakfast. “The people who were skipping breakfas...

    • Walmart holds a fundraiser for Toys For Tots

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