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  • FSIS Recall Release

    WASHINGTON--Expresco Foods, Inc., a Montréal, Québec establishment, is recalling approximately 20,446 pounds of imported chicken skewer products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.   The fully cooked chicken skewer items were packaged on August 9 and 15, 2017. The following products are subject to recall: 1.31-lb. packages of “WEST END CU...
  • Ted Cruz Speaks in Reno, Nevada

    Today, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz delivered remarks at the American Legion 2017 National Convention in Reno, Nevada.

  • Area H.S. Sports Changes Due To Harvey Updated 8:30 p.m.

    Here are the latest area high school sports changes due to Harvey. 

  • East, West Football Scrimmages Canceled

    Harvey sacked East and West football Wednesday. 

  • UHV Soccer Scrimmages On For Saturday

    UHV soccer still plans to host Concordia in scrimmage action Saturday afternoon. 

  • Victoria Gymagic Kids Return From Belarus

    Two Victoria Gymagic kids are back home after taking fourth in a major European event.

  • STORM WATCH: Emergency Management Urges Residents to Make Plans

    Emergency Management Officials have been working all day to prepare for the incoming storm. Emergency Management Coordinator Richard McBrayer and says this area has not experienced a weather event like this in quite some time, and residents should start preparing now.

  • Victoria Christian School closed Friday due to Harvey

    Victoria Christian School will be closed Friday, August 25, 2017 due to tropical depression Harvey. Victoria Christian School will be open Thursday, August 24, 2017. 
  • Red Cross' survival list in preparation for Harvey

    Be Prepared for an Emergency. Be Red Cross Ready! Being prepared means being equipped with the proper supplies you may need in the event of an emergency or disaster. Keep your supplies in an easy-to-carry emergency preparedness kit that you can use at home or take with you in case you must evacuate. At a minimum, you should have the basic supplies listed below: Water: one gallon per person, per day (3-day supply for evacuation, 2-week supply for home) Food: non-peris...
  • Victoria College holds public special meeting to discuss student success

    The Victoria College Board of Trustees held a special public meeting today to discuss the college's current successes and plans for the future.  
    Among the many topics discussed today were the retention rates for the university, ADN scores, which currently sit at 92%, and the plans in place to maintain student success throughout the coming years. 

  • Governor Abbott declares state of disaster for Victoria and 29 other counties

    Governor Abbott Declares State of Disaster For 30 Texas Counties in Anticipation Of Tropical Depression Harvey Making Landfall AUSTIN – In anticipation of Tropical Depression Harvey making landfall in the Gulf Coast region, Governor Greg Abbott today preemptively declared a State of Disaster 

  • Victoria ISD closed Friday due to tropical depression Harvey

    VICTORIA ISD WEEKEND ACTIVITIES CANCELLED DUE TO TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY Victoria Independent School District officials have been monitoring the possible impacts of Tropical Depression Harvey on our area. Based on information provided to the district by local emergency management officials and the National Weather Service, it is likely that Victoria County will experience damaging wind and heavy rain, starting Friday morning and continuing through the weekend. In order to give ...

  • Boston bombing survivor provides insight to those helping amputees

    The Warm Springs rehabilitation center held a luncheon presentation today on amputee rehab, featuring a special guest speaker with a lot of experience on the matter. Rebekah Gregory, a survivor of the Boston bombings, was the guest speaker for the luncheon, where members of Warm Springs gathered to learn proper procedures for a new amputee.  

  • Calhoun County calls for voluntary evacuation in Indianola Magnolia Beach areas

    Calhoun Emergency Management is calling for an voluntary evacuation for Indianola Magnolia Beach areas. Emergency management said they will meet Wednesday afternoon to discuss the situation and will announce on their Facebook page more evacuations if need be. The Calhoun evacuation includes all low lying areas of the county.
  • Local law enforcement seizes synthetic drugs and firearms in raid

    VICTORIA, TX – Law enforcement personnel from multiple agencies conducted three simultaneous search warrants in the city of Victoria on the morning of August 23rd. The search warrants were the result of an extensive undercover operation conducted by the Special Operations Unit of the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office. Items of interest seized during the search warrants were: 59.8 grams of synthetic marijuana 5.1 pounds of marijuana Four firearms, one of which was re...
  • Planning for Powerball? What do you do if you win?

    The odds of winning are nearly 1 in almost 175,000,000, but many of us may daydream today of what we could do with an extra $700 million from tonight’s jackpot! But, what do you do if you actually win?  

  • Industrial ISD to close on Thursday due to Harvey

    In preparation for Tropical Storm Harvey, Industrial Independent School District will be cancelling classes on Thursday and Friday, August 24th and 25th, 2017, with a reevaluation over the weekend for Monday, August 28, 2017.  Industrial Independent School District parents, staff, and students, please be safe over the next coming days as Tropical Storm Harvey approaches the Texas Coast.  Paul Darilek Superintendent
  • Red Cross encourages preparedness for Tropical Depression Harvey

    Corpus Christi, TX, August 23, 2017 — With Weather System Harvey expected to redevelop, potentially impacting the Texas Gulf Coast and Louisiana, the American Red Cross is encouraging local residents to start getting prepared now. Ways to do this include: Be sure you’re Red Cross Ready. 

  • Tropical Depression Harvey Update

    Hurricane Watch, Storm Surge Watch and Tropical Storm Watch Now in Effect For The Crossroads Area. Meteorologist Trey Meynig Has More. 

  • Local Walmart, Target, preparing customers for impending tropical storm Harvey

    Local market stores Walmart, Target and others are looking to provide extra supplies and services to customers in preparation for tropical storm Harvey, which is expected to land sometime this weekend.  

  • Navarro median project open house sparks opinions and questions from Victoria residents

    Yesterday, TxDOT held an open house today for the proposed median project on Navarro street, inviting Victoria residents to give their opinions on the matter. TxDOT officials answered many questions for residents with concerns about the Navarro median project, called Navarro street BU 77. 

  • Verizon revamps unlimited plans with two new options

    A cellular provider will soon offer new unlimited plans plus find out when and where you can get locally grown produce. Our Jasmine Haynes explains in today's business report.  Verizon announced on Tuesday it will be restructuring its unlimited data offerings into two new options - "go unlimited" and "beyond unlimited".  

  • August Downtown Cuero Farmer's Market

    The Downtown Farmers' Market will take place Saturday, August 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m in Cuero.

  • Massive Powerball Jackpot Second Largest in History

    Tonight's Powerball  jackpot has grown to an estimated $700 million dollars. That's the second largest jackpot in the game's history and also the second largest of any lottery game in North America. The jackpot was $541.9 million -- until Saturday's drawing failed to produce a winner. The cash pay-out would be some 443.3 million dollars.
  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

    Good Wednesday morning Crossroads! Here's your Question of the Day, Happy Guessing!

  • East Volleyball Loses Home Opener

    East volleyball dropped its home opener Tuesday night. 

  • STJ Volleyball Wins At Columbus

    St. Joseph volleyball improved to 11-5 on the season Tuesday night. 

  • Goliad volleyball sweeps Sinton

    In a non-district volleyball matchup on Tuesday, fifth-ranked Goliad defeated Sinton in three sets at home.

  • Don’t Take the Bait: Protect e-Services accounts

    PHOENIX - - The IRS, state tax agencies and the tax industry today reminded tax professionals that they are responsible for protecting access to their IRS e-Services account and safeguarding their Electronic Filing Identification Number (EFIN) from thieves. National and international criminal syndicates routinely attempt to steal tax professionals’ usernames and passwords so they may access IRS e-Services to obtain the EFIN, which allows a criminal to steal clients’ sen...
  • STJ Football Showing Improvement

    St. Joseph football pleased head coach Mike Hall in the team's first scrimmage. 

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    • FSIS Recall Release

      WASHINGTON--Expresco Foods, Inc., a Montréal, Québec establishment, is recalling approximately 20,446 pounds of imported chicken skewer products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.   The fully cooked chicken skewer items were packaged on August 9 and 15, 2017. The following products are subject to recall: 1.31-lb. packages of “WEST END CU...
    • Ted Cruz Speaks in Reno, Nevada

      Today, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz delivered remarks at the American Legion 2017 National Convention in Reno, Nevada.

    • STORM WATCH: Emergency Management Urges Residents to Make Plans

      Emergency Management Officials have been working all day to prepare for the incoming storm. Emergency Management Coordinator Richard McBrayer and says this area has not experienced a weather event like this in quite some time, and residents should start preparing now.

    • Victoria Christian School closed Friday due to Harvey

      Victoria Christian School will be closed Friday, August 25, 2017 due to tropical depression Harvey. Victoria Christian School will be open Thursday, August 24, 2017. 
    • Red Cross' survival list in preparation for Harvey

      Be Prepared for an Emergency. Be Red Cross Ready! Being prepared means being equipped with the proper supplies you may need in the event of an emergency or disaster. Keep your supplies in an easy-to-carry emergency preparedness kit that you can use at home or take with you in case you must evacuate. At a minimum, you should have the basic supplies listed below: Water: one gallon per person, per day (3-day supply for evacuation, 2-week supply for home) Food: non-peris...
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  • Ashley furniture gives back

    Ashley furniture home store has partnered up with casa to bring a good night's sleep every night to children around Victoria. A Hope to Dream: a program where kids are nominated and selected to receive a new Tempur-Pedic bed, new shoes and school supplies for the new school year. These kids did not previously have a place to get the sleep needed for a long day at school. This is the third year they have done the program. This year there were 55 children who were selected, up fr...

  • 2017 F.W. Gross High School Reunion

    Graduates from F.W. Gross High School are gathering this weekend to celebrate. Opening ceremonies were held Friday morning at the Victoria Community Center Annex.  There's a lunch scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 29, 2017. Alumni will enjoy entertainment  and a dance starting at 9 p.m. The celebration will close with a worship service at F.W. Gross High School Auditorium at 1045 a.m. Sunday.  Those attending from out of town were able to go on a t...

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    • Governor Abbott declares state of disaster for Victoria and 29 other counties

      Governor Abbott Declares State of Disaster For 30 Texas Counties in Anticipation Of Tropical Depression Harvey Making Landfall AUSTIN – In anticipation of Tropical Depression Harvey making landfall in the Gulf Coast region, Governor Greg Abbott today preemptively declared a State of Disaster 

    • Local law enforcement seizes synthetic drugs and firearms in raid

      VICTORIA, TX – Law enforcement personnel from multiple agencies conducted three simultaneous search warrants in the city of Victoria on the morning of August 23rd. The search warrants were the result of an extensive undercover operation conducted by the Special Operations Unit of the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office. Items of interest seized during the search warrants were: 59.8 grams of synthetic marijuana 5.1 pounds of marijuana Four firearms, one of which was re...
    • Industrial ISD to close on Thursday due to Harvey

      In preparation for Tropical Storm Harvey, Industrial Independent School District will be cancelling classes on Thursday and Friday, August 24th and 25th, 2017, with a reevaluation over the weekend for Monday, August 28, 2017.  Industrial Independent School District parents, staff, and students, please be safe over the next coming days as Tropical Storm Harvey approaches the Texas Coast.  Paul Darilek Superintendent
    • Local Walmart, Target, preparing customers for impending tropical storm Harvey

      Local market stores Walmart, Target and others are looking to provide extra supplies and services to customers in preparation for tropical storm Harvey, which is expected to land sometime this weekend.  

    • Tropical Depression Harvey Update

      Hurricane Watch, Storm Surge Watch and Tropical Storm Watch Now in Effect For The Crossroads Area. Meteorologist Trey Meynig Has More. 

    • Victoria ISD closed Friday due to tropical depression Harvey

      VICTORIA ISD WEEKEND ACTIVITIES CANCELLED DUE TO TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY Victoria Independent School District officials have been monitoring the possible impacts of Tropical Depression Harvey on our area. Based on information provided to the district by local emergency management officials and the National Weather Service, it is likely that Victoria County will experience damaging wind and heavy rain, starting Friday morning and continuing through the weekend. In order to give ...

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    • Calhoun County calls for voluntary evacuation in Indianola Magnolia Beach areas

      Calhoun Emergency Management is calling for an voluntary evacuation for Indianola Magnolia Beach areas. Emergency management said they will meet Wednesday afternoon to discuss the situation and will announce on their Facebook page more evacuations if need be. The Calhoun evacuation includes all low lying areas of the county.
    • Area H.S. Sports Changes Due To Harvey Updated 8:30 p.m.

      Here are the latest area high school sports changes due to Harvey. 

    • Massive Powerball Jackpot Second Largest in History

      Tonight's Powerball  jackpot has grown to an estimated $700 million dollars. That's the second largest jackpot in the game's history and also the second largest of any lottery game in North America. The jackpot was $541.9 million -- until Saturday's drawing failed to produce a winner. The cash pay-out would be some 443.3 million dollars.
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