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  • Victoria Crime Stoppers: Searching for Missing Goliad Man

    Victoria Crime Stoppers is still searching for a missing man from Goliad.

  • Vine Street and Forrest Street Closed Beginning on May 22

    The City will close Vine Street from Constitution Street to Goodwin Avenue, and Forrest Street from Victoria Street to Moody Street to thru traffic to make pavement repairs

  • 'Click it or Ticket' Campaign Kicks-off May 22

    AUSTIN – May month marks the 15th anniversary of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign urging Texans to buckle up.

  • East golfer Ben Lake headed back to state

    East senior Ben Lake is headed back to the state golf tournament Monday for the second year in a row. 

  • Gymagic brings home medals from national event

    Local gymnasts competed at a major national event this week at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado. 

  • Local judo coach earns IJF certification

    Victoria now joins a short list of cities across the nation that have an internationally-certified judo coach. 

  • Port Lavaca City Officials And Residents Push For Curbside Recycling

    For Port Lavaca resident Robyn Castillo, curbside recycling is something she believes would make a big difference in the city's environment. "I know I don't recycle at this moment and I would if I knew it was readily available all the time," says Castillo. "It would be convenient for us just to put it at the side of the road like we do our trash. Just make a certain day a week maybe even two times a week for us to recycle." City Manager Robert Brad...

  • Warriors Weekend 2017

    Warriors Weekend 2017 Salutes Our Troops

  • Shiner softball advances to regional finals

    Shiner softball is headed to the regional finals, once again. 

  • Goliad baseball eliminated from playoffs

    Goliad baseball fell to Falfurrias in the 3A regional quarterfinals Friday night to drop the series, 2-0, and end their postseason run.

  • Community Comes Together To Honor First Responders

    Many law enforcement agencies responded to Mercer E.R. Saturday.... but they weren't there to work, they were there to be appreciated. "With everything going on today its just nice to be appreciated or feel appreciated," says Sgt. Kelly Luther with the Victoria Police Department. The community recognized many local agencies during Mercer E.R.'s first responder appreciation event.  Kids, even adults, were able to climb up in fire trucks and police cars for an up close ...

  • Warriors Weekend: Warriors Arrive in Port O'Connor

    "Warriors weekend I believe is healing time for all the soldiers that come out over here," Veteran, Robert Castaneda said.  Hundreds of warriors drove in to Port O' Connor Friday night ready for a weekend of community and comradery. Castaneda says this sense of community is hard to find anywhere else.  "It makes me feel a little better knowing that there's people out there that know what I'm going through. I know that all I have to do is go up to any gu...

  • Fears of Water Stoppage in Bloomington Loom

    "I don't feel like it's right because we do have to take a shower every day and drink water and we do pay rent," occupant said.  The people I spoke with who live in the housing provided by ALMS in Bloomington cannot imagine a day without water and Noemi Troncoso, President of the Water Board, says the board's decision to shut off water Tuesday morning pains her.    "I feel sorry for these people that it is going to effect the tenants of ALMS they have p...

  • Veterans Celebrated at Field of Honor for Warriors Weekend

    Warriors weekend 2017 is kicking off to a roaring start. Hundreds of military personnel and veterans from all around the U.S. received a huge South Texas hello as they stepped off the buses. Handshakes, hugs, and especially many sincere thank you's, showed these warriors exactly how the people of South Texas feel about all that they do to keep our country free. Warriors Weekend is an event where veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are recognized for the bravery they have...

  • Warriors Weekend: Cuero Luncheon Friday Afternoon

    More than 100 soldiers enjoyed a luncheon this afternoon at the Cuero Veterans of Foreign Wars. Cuero Pilot Club held a lunch for our warriors as they made there way from fort hood this morning. Cuero's Smokey Wilson played music at the event.  Veterans and their families enjoyed food and community as they came together to kick off warriors weekend and celebrate before heading to Victoria.  One soldier shares what his first warriors weekend means to him.  "It giv...
  • Calhoun Powerlifter Wins National Title

    Daniel Leita is having a great spring. 

  • West Girls Soccer Award Winners

    Here are the West girls soccer award winners announced at their banquet Thursday night. 

  • VISD Athletes In Saturday All-Star Games

    Several VISD athetes will take part in Shriner's All-Star games Saturday. 

  • STJ Football Wraps Up Spring Drills

    Spring drills ended for St. Joseph football Friday. The Flyers start pre-season drills the first Tuesday of August.
  • Warrior's Weekend Luncheon in Cuero

    More than a hundred soldiers enjoyed a luncheon this afternoon at the Cuero Veterans of Foreign Wars. Cuero Pilot Club held a lunch for our warriors as they made there way from Fort Hood this morning. Cuero's Smokey Wilson played music at the event.  Veterans and their families enjoyed food and community as they came together to kick off Warriors Weekend and celebrate before heading to Victoria.  One soldier shares what his first Warriors Weekend means to him. "It's gi...

  • Victoria West Senior Walk

    The graduating seniors from Victoria West held their 2nd annual Senior Walk by visiting students and teachers from its feeder schools in the area.  We caught up with West seniors at Cade Middle School and one them told us how walking through those hallways one more time brought back a lot of memories. "It feels so surreal and so awesome that we can walk through these halls one last time and see where we came from and struggled and how we overcome those," said Emily De ...

  • Crossroads Man Once Part of Top Secret Special Forces Unit

    crossroads man was part of secret one of a kind special forces unit

    It was the first counter terrorist organization authorized by congress. The Special Forces Berlin unit was created in 1956. The secrets of the men stationed in Berlin to sabotage the Soviet Union from within have been recently been revealed.

  • Some ALMS Residents in Bloomington Could Have Water Turned Off

    An error made by the Victoria County Water Control Improvement District #1 now has ALMS housing in hot water. The water district says the low income housing owes them around $40,000 in back billed payments. Attorney for VCWCID #1 Mike Gershon says this is how the problem started: "People were being charged at rates that applied prior to the rate increase, most customers in the district have been paying on the proper rate since they were increased in March 2015 and effective Apri...

  • Goliad Baseball Loses Regional Quarters Opener

    Goliad baseball now has to come back to stay alive in the playoffs. 

  • STJ Softball Star Signs With College

    An unusual way to start the St. Joseph softball awards banquet. 

  • Industrial Tennis Duo Gets State Bronze

    The Industrial girls tennis doubles team of Reagan Doyle and Kylann Griffith had a big Thursday. 

  • STJ Softball Awards

    Here are the St. Joe softball awards announced at their banquet Thursday night. 

  • UHV Men's Golf Celebrates PGA Win

    UHV men's golf is back home after a huge win in Florida. 

  • Athlete Of The Week: Ryleigh Redding

    Our Athlete Of The Week is Ryleigh Redding. 

  • Local Students Take Fishing Trip

    Hopkins Elementary students went on a fishing field trip today at Son Valley Ranch.  An Hopkins counselor surveyed all the students last October and found fifty percent of students had never been fishing. Pre K- 5th grade students attended the fishing field trip. Coast Guard and Texas Parks and Wildlife with the event by bringing a boat and a fish touch tank.  "The kids being able to fish, being near the water, being educated about different kinds of fish in our a...

  • VPD Reveals New Motorcycle Unit

    The Victoria Police Department revealed their brand new motorcycle unit after a 10 year hiatus.

  • UHV, Texas AgriLife Leadership Development Program

    Thursday morning at the Cuero courthouse, UHV and Texas A&M Agrilife signed an agreement to start a leadership development program in Dewitt County called the Texas Rural Leadership Program.

  • A Woman Down On Her Luck Receives Pay it Forward Donation

  • How to Avoid Recycle Contamination

    Recycle contamination is is anything that doesn't belong in the green recycle cart. Anything that belongs in the gray cart that ends up in your green cart is also considered contamination. 

  • Crossroads students get unique perspectives on math at event

    A group of 216 high school students from eight Crossroads schools and one homeschooler took part in activities that included mathematics and computer science tests, learning sessions and technology demonstrations.

  • North Street Closed Beginning on May 19

    The City will close North Street from Glass Street to Main Street to thru traffic to install utility lines. Bridge Street will also be reduced to one lane from Stayton Avenue to Rio Grande Street. 

  • UHV Adds Baseball, Softball Player

    UHV signs a baseball and a softball player Thursday.  

  • STJ Baseball Awards

    Here are the 2017 St. Joseph baseball award winners. 

  • HeartSaver course scheduled for May 27

    Victoria College’s next HeartSaver First AID, CPR and AED class is scheduled for Saturday, May 27 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 112 of VC’s Allied Health Building.

  • Some Edna Streets to be Repaired 2017-2018

    The City of Edna is planning their 2017-2018 fiscal year budget. The city is estimating the budget to be between $7-8 Million dollars. The street program will take $100,000 of the funding. The streets that will be repaired are still to be determined, but the city will decide based on worse condition, most traffic and most houses on the street. The beginning of the new fiscal year will be October 1, 2017.

  • Arsenic violations dominate Victoria County WCID 2

    Four health-based water system violations dominated a Victoria County water district the past two years, according the latest Environmental Protection Agency or EPA ECHO database report.

  • East Baseball Star Signs With UHV

    East baseball second baseman Alec Cruz won't have to leave home to play college baseball. 

  • Victoria Gymagic Athletes In Major USA Competition

    Victoria Gymagic, flying 13 gymnasts to the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado for an elite challenge Wednesday through Sunday. 

  • East Soccer Star To Play In State All-Star Game

    East girls All-State soccer goalie Drew Garcia has one high school game left. 

  • Warriors Weekend Prep Tribute Field and Sand Sculptures

    "It's a labor of love from us to them," Warriors Weekend Staff, Gloria Fric said.  Several sand sculptors have worked nearly a month on their sculptures for Warriors Weekend, an organization which brings nearly a thousand soldiers who have fought global terrorism in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to the Crossroads.  "These soldiers have told me that these sand sculptures mean so much to them," Fric said. Gloria Fric known as the Dragon Lady ...

  • VPD Recognizes Retired Officer

    On May 17th, VPD officers recognized Sgt. Glenn Vaughn, who retired at the end of February.

  • Mother, daughter inspired each other to earn Victoria College diplomas

    Reba and Dolores Baker saw each other to the finish line at VC’s 92nd Annual Commencement on May 13.

  • VPD K-9 Robby Retires

    On Monday, May 15th, officers honored K-9 Robby, a Belgian Malinois, upon his retirement from the Victoria Police Department.

  • ALDI to host hiring events

    VICTORIA- ALDI will host hiring events for its upcoming store in Victoria on Thursday, May 18 and Friday, May 26.

  • Sales Tax Holiday for Water-Efficient, ENERGY STAR® Products Set for May 27-29

    (AUSTIN) — Texas families can save on the purchase of certain water- and energy-efficient products during the state’s Water-Efficient Products and ENERGY STAR® sales tax holidays.

  • Victoria Street Closed Beginning on May 17

    The City will close Victoria Street from Stayton Avenue to Power Avenue to thru traffic to make pavement repairs. 

  • Business Report: Bigger Crowds Expected During Memorial Day Weekend

    Expect an even bigger crowd if you're traveling for the Memorial Day holiday.

  • City Waiting on FEMA for New Flood Plain Map

    The City of Victoria has adopted a replacement of Chapter 9.5 of the city code to be in compliance with FEMA regulations. Anybody that is going to build a house or make improvements within a flood plain has to get a flood plain permit through the city," John Kaminski said. The City says they've been waiting for the past decade for FEMA to update flood plain maps, but with no idea of when that might actually be done the federal government wants the city to move forward. "T...

  • East Girls Golf Takes 11th At State

    East girls golf's first-ever trip to state ended Tuesday. 

  • Port Lavaca Moves Forward With Capital Improvement Projects

    For Port Lavaca resident Lorena Perez-Diaz, Bayfront Peninsula Park is one of the city's most important tourist attractions, but she says now is the time for an upgrade. "I think this is definitely needed," says Perez-Diaz. "We don't want to stay where we've always been I feel like change is always positive." For this reason, Port Lavaca city council recently allocated 500,000 dollars to improve Bayfront Peninsula Park. "It's very close to the do...

  • Commerce Street Closed Beginning on May 17

    The City will close Commerce Street from Brazos Street to Red River Street to through traffic to install utilities. 

  • Christmas day shooter sentenced to 60 years in prison

    Quentin Levander Darks has been sentenced to 60 years in prison according to DeWitt County Sheriff Carl Bowen. Darks was indicted on a charge of murder after the Christmas Day killing of 26 year old D'Metra Strait. Strait was fatally shot outside her home in the 200 block of East Cleveland Street, according to Cuero police. Strait shared two children with Darks. 

  • Sen. Cornyn says he will stay in Senate, won't be FBI director

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Texas Sen. John Cornyn has taken himself out of the running to be FBI director, telling the Trump administration that he'll stay in the Senate.   

  • Artificial reefs near Port O'Connor to attract marine life

    PORT O'CONNOR, Texas (AP) - Crews working six miles off the Texas coast have placed 700 concrete pyramids on the Gulf floor to form two separate artificial reefs that officials say will enhance the marine habitat and lure anglers and divers.

  • Business Report: Walmart reaches settlement in lawsuit

    Walmart reaches a settlement in a lawsuit with an ex-employee involving health insurance.

  • Bus Drivers Keep an Eye out for Bad Drivers in Goliad

    The Goliad County Sheriff's Office says they have been stopping drivers that aren't following the rules of the road. Drivers aren't stopping when school buses are loading and unloading children at their bus stop. It is more common to happen on the highways in Goliad. This traffic citation carries a $600 fine. 
  • Downed Power Line Starts Fire in Calhoun County

    A downed power line sparked a blaze Monday night on Highway 35 between Port Lavaca and Green Lake. Firefighters from various Calhoun County fire departments were dispatched around 9:30. Fire officials say a power line powered by the Victoria Electrical Co-op had fallen down, but remained charged and started the fire. Firefighters couldn't begin to put out the fire until the electricity from the power line was shut off. After the power was shut off by VEC it took firefighters abou...
  • Battling back: St. Joseph pitcher shines in face of illness

    Brandyn Seals finished his senior baseball season at St. Joseph High School this year, but for him, the battle isn't nearly over. 

  • East Girls Golf At State Round One

    East girls golf, playing as a team at the state tournament for the first time ever. 

  • Goliad Baseball Playoff Details

    Goliad baseball has made it to round three of the 3A playoffs for the first time in 30 years..

  • Former West Softball Star Wins SWAC Honor

    Former West softball star Madi Marek is the SWAC Freshman Of The Year. 

  • Goliad I.S.D. Implements Updated Wellness Policy and Plan

    Goliad I.S.D. is taking steps to address the health needs of students in the community. Recently, the district approved an updated wellness policy and plan. Researchers say the south Texas region shows the highest levels of childhood obesity, and the school district want to do their part to prevent this problem from growing in the community. Creating healthier lunch menu items and hosting new events such as a Dance-A-Thon, are just a few ways school officials are implemen...

  • Hunting For Preservation

    Before many have gotten out of bed, the daily routines begin at the Double L Ranch. For owner Charles Lassman, that means feeding more than 130 animals on his 300 acre property. At first glance, the ranch would appear no different than its neighboring counterparts. However, travel inside and you come across some exotic species. Species that would make you think you've come across the plains of Africa or Asia. Zebras, red deer, the endangered scimitar horned oryx and more, are all a...

  • Victoria Crime Stoppers: Searching for Burglary Suspect

    Victoria Crime Stoppers is looking for information about a vehicle burglary.

  • Local Law Enforcement Honors Fallen Officers

    Local law enforcement agencies are honoring fallen officers as part of National Police Week.

  • Man Pleads Guilty to Yoakum Bank Robbery

    YOAKUM- A man is pleading guilty to robbing a bank back in November during a court hearing, police say.

  • Local Peace Officers Memorial Service

    Today is National Peace Officers Memorial Day.

  • Trailer collides into Victoria home Sunday

    A house is left with a major hole after a trailer collided into it around 7 p.m. Sunday.

  • Honoring Mom on Mother's Day

    Happy Mother's Day!

  • East, Edna girls heading into state golf tournament

    The East girls golf team is headed to the 5A state tournament Monday and Tuesday for the first time in school history. The Edna Cowgirls will also be competing at the 3A state tournament on Monday and Tuesday. 

  • Victoria County Public Health Department Makes Moves Toward State Accreditation

    Nutrition, physical activity, empowerment, and health related quality of life and well -being, are the components that make up the strategic plan the Victoria County Health Department is putting into place to create a healthier community. "The goal that we need to work toward is going to be a long term process," says WIC Program Manager Kimberly Pagel. "The strategic plan that we're working on now is a fluid document. It's going to be changing over time. We'r...

  • Titans, Warriors named to All-District Baseball Team

    The 2016-2017 All-District 27-5A team was released, with many Titans and Warriors making the list. 

  • Saturday Results from UIL State Track Meet

    The final day of the UIL State Track Meet wrapped up in Austin on Saturday. 

  • East, West baseball both eliminated in area playoffs

    It was win or go home for West baseball, as they headed into game two of the area playoff series against Medina Valley on Saturday. 

  • VCSO Releases Statement on Friday Drug Raids

    May 12, 2017 Victoria County Sheriff T. Michael O’Connor released the following statement regarding the seizure and arrests of 10 criminals, 4lbs of cocaine valued at $60,000, approximately $50,000 of hard currency, 10 vehicles, and 400 tires: Today, we had the support of Homeland Security, Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, Bay City Police Department, VCSO, the Attorney General’s Office and for that I want to thank each of them for their service in our region. Sinc...
  • 2 Victoria College Non-Traditional Graduates Journey to Success Together

    "I feel overwhelmed. Its barely sinking in.Its been a long journey," Victoria College graduate, Daniel Cervantes said.  Victoria College graduate Daniel Cervantes says it took him 5 years to get his Associate degree and his friend Jonathan Martinez came back to school after taking a 9 year break.  

  • More than 400 UHV Students Graduate Saturday

    More than 400 University of Houston-Victoria students are tossing their caps, calling themselves college graduates tonight. The University held two commencement ceremonies at Faith Family Church this afternoon. Students graduated from the schools of Arts & Sciences and education, Health Professions and Human development and Business Administration. President of Taylor Construction Management in Houston, Troi Taylor gave the keynote address. Students weren't the only on...
  • State UIL Track Meet Area Results

    Here are the latest area results from the State UIL Track meet. 

  • West Baseball Loses Area Opener

    West baseball loses a heartbreaker to begin its 5A Area playoff series. 

  • UHV Men's Golf Leads In Florida

    UHV men's golf has clinched it's second straight PGA Minority Collegiate NAIA division team title. 

  • Manning Gymnastics Regional Champs

    Four Manning Gymnastic kids took gold at regionals last weekend in Fort Worth.  

  • Authorities Launch Major Drug Raids Across Victoria

    Officers and Deputies from several Crossroads Law Enforcement Agencies coordinated a major drug raid on several Victoria businesses and homes on Friday.

  • Cuero Sub Teacher Improper Relationship With Student Investigation continues

    A Cuero substitute teacher is now out of jail on bond after turning herself in Thursday morning.  Adrienne Rogers, 22, turned herself in to Dewitt County Jail Thursday morning and was bonded out that afternoon. Rogers was indicted on two counts of improper relationship between educator and student. One charge with a student from October 2016 and the other with a student from April 2017. Cuero Police Department is still investigating the case and says as the investigation c...

  • VCSO Drug Raid at 2 One Stop Tire Shops & residential areas

    Victoria County Sheriff's Office Special Operations Unit have identified and infiltrated a criminal organization with transnational ties.

  • Cattle Fever Ticks in Texas

    "It is a tick just like just like you may find on your dog at home but a little different in its species that likes to feed on cattle," said Dr. Paschal Cattle fever ticks are found on cows, deer, or nilgai an Indian antelope. The disease destroys red blood cells which can cause high fever, enlargement of the spleen and liver killing 90% of cattle. " We see these ticks along the neck area, down along the forearms, back behind the hind legs in the folds ...

  • Multi-agency Raid Nets Significant Arrests in Victoria

    Friday afternoon about 2:30pm officers and deputies from several Crossroads law enforcement agencies coordinated a multi-agency raid on several Victoria businesses and homes.   

  • Part of US 59 to Close on May 16th

    VICTORIA –  US 59 at Beck Road will be closed in both directions on Tuesday, May 16th from 8 a.m to 8 p.m.

  • Victoria College commencement ceremonies set for Saturday

    A total of 331 students will participate in Victoria College’s 92nd Annual Commencement on Saturday at the Victoria Fine Arts Center.

  • VC receives $269,477 grant from Texas Workforce Commission

    Victoria College was one of 10 community and technical colleges to receive grants from the Texas Workforce Commission to support high-demand occupations through the Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant program.

  • UHV graduates to celebrate Saturday at commencement

    UHV will hold spring commencement Saturday at Faith Family Church, 2002 E. Mockingbird Lane. The 9 a.m. ceremony will be for graduates of the schools of Arts & Sciences and Education, Health Professions & Human Development.

  • UHV Ring Blessing

    UHV Mascot Jax the Jaguar Will Bless This Years Class Rings

  • Pay It Forward 5-11-17

    It’s none other than Pay it Forward, where we give our weekly 300 dollar grant to a worthy individual or organization here in the crossroads.  Today, our street crew was visited by someone who wanted to aid domestic violence victims…

  • KAVU Pet of the week

    Pet adoptions of Cuero joined us in studio this week for our KAVU Pet of the week.

  • East Baseball Wins Area Playoff Opener

    East baseball is up 1-0 in its Area playoff series. 

  • Warrior Girl Wins State Track Silver

    A West junior battling strep throat wins a state track medal. 

  • West Boys Golf Award Winners

    Thursday night was awards night for West boys golf. 

  • Abigail Is Ready for State Competition

    Abigail Brozozowske has been doing rodeo events for the past six years. In those six years she has brought home many trophies, medals and buckles. Her horse Blue has been by her side the entire time and they've created a bond that has helped Abby qualify for the state competition in College Station. 

  • Sewer Problems For One Wharton Neighborhood

    One Wharton neighborhood is in need of a new sewer line. The city of Wharton will be putting a new trunk line down Alabama Street to Center Street. The aging sewer system has caused many calls for service due to sewer stoppages for residents. Construction is estimated to start within the next 60 days and will last for an estimated 90-120 days. The construction will be taking place in the alley ways between Texas, Koehl and Speed streets. 

  • West Girls Track State Preview

    Ryleigh Redding of West takes second in state track. 

  • UHV Golf Goes To Florida

    UHV golf ends its season in Florida starting Friday. 

  • Athletes Of The Week: Ben & Madi Lake

    Our Athletes Of The Week are Ben and Madi Lake. 

  • Click It or Ticket starts May 22nd

    May marks the kickoff of TXDot's Click or Ticket campaign. 

  • Local Electric Company Repairs Rushing Wind Shower

    We reported Wednesday, Rushing Wind Fellowship was in need of donations after their shower trailer was vandalized Monday night and left without power. A local electric company fixed the trailer cable Thursday afternoon.  

  • One man dead after Edna Police chase ends in crash

    One person is dead after high speed chase with Edna Police ended in a crash.  

  • Community Prayer

    The group organizing the community prayer on the plaza hopes to have their first meeting for all Christians in Victoria the first Wednesday in June from 11:30-12:30 at DeLeon Plaza. You can call Carmia Green at 361-582-6074 for more information on how to be involved. 
  • Two Former Generals Make All-Conference

    Two former Generals and a former Titan make the Lone Star Conference All-Conference baseball team. 

  • West Baseball Area Playoff Preview

    West baseball is in the Area playoff round for the first time in four years. 

  • Edna Pole Vaulters Go To State

    Two Edna pole vaulters are making return trips to state. 

  • Rushing Wind Without Shower After Vandalism, Accepting Donations

    "It's very important that the homeless people have a shower because nobody has or cares about the homeless people taking baths," Rushing Wind Volunteer, Rhonda Williams said. 

  • Victoria Islamic Center Sets Groundbreaking Date

    The Victoria Islamic Center says they are planning to break ground on a new building on May 27, to mark the beginning of Ramadan.

  • Keeping Victoria in Rhythm

    Keeping Victoria in rhythm. That was the message Dr.  Jasvinder Sidhu spoke of during today's Victoria's Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Doctor Sidhu of DeTar Hospital  was the featured speaker. Sidhu has developed an Electrophysiology program at DeTar which will provide high tech heart care for the residents in Victoria instead of going out of town. "We have brought in the ability to do electrical studies, to do ablations that are curable for electrical rhythm prob...

  • The Victoria Television Group Acquired by Morgan Murphy Media

    Grosse Pointe Farms-- Saga Communications announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Evening Telegram Company d/b/a Morgan Murphy Media to sell the Company’s television stations in the Joplin, MO – Pittsburg, KS and the Victoria, TX. 

  • UT stabbing suspect says he carried knife for protection

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The man suspected of stabbing four students at the University of Texas says he carried a knife on campus for protection and that on the day of the attack he had walked the campus in a dream-like state.     

  • Business Report: Department Stores Profits Expected to See Big Drop

    Department store's first quarter profits are expected to see the biggest drop in eight years.

  • Local Students Learn About Agriculture

    The Victoria County Farm Bureau brought a farm and ranch exhibit to Our Lady of Victory Catholic School Tuesday morning.

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    • Victoria Crime Stoppers: Searching for Missing Goliad Man

      Victoria Crime Stoppers is still searching for a missing man from Goliad.

    • Vine Street and Forrest Street Closed Beginning on May 22

      The City will close Vine Street from Constitution Street to Goodwin Avenue, and Forrest Street from Victoria Street to Moody Street to thru traffic to make pavement repairs

    • Port Lavaca City Officials And Residents Push For Curbside Recycling

      For Port Lavaca resident Robyn Castillo, curbside recycling is something she believes would make a big difference in the city's environment. "I know I don't recycle at this moment and I would if I knew it was readily available all the time," says Castillo. "It would be convenient for us just to put it at the side of the road like we do our trash. Just make a certain day a week maybe even two times a week for us to recycle." City Manager Robert Brad...

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      Many law enforcement agencies responded to Mercer E.R. Saturday.... but they weren't there to work, they were there to be appreciated. "With everything going on today its just nice to be appreciated or feel appreciated," says Sgt. Kelly Luther with the Victoria Police Department. The community recognized many local agencies during Mercer E.R.'s first responder appreciation event.  Kids, even adults, were able to climb up in fire trucks and police cars for an up close ...

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  • UHV Baseball Slugger Earns Red River Honor

    Coming off another stellar week where he tied the UHV all-time career home run mark, Andrew Gross has been named the Red River Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week for April 24-30. 

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