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  • Monday's Question of the Day

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

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your birthday. 

  • Study: U.S. toddlers consuming too much added sugar

    Eating too many added sugars has been linked to increased risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. 

  • Missouri Duck Boat Tragedy- The Latest

     BRANSON, Mo. (AP) - The Latest on the sinking of a duck boat in Missouri (all times local):   9:45 p.m.   Survivors of the Missouri duck boat accident and many friends and family members have joined hundreds in the tourism community of Branson during a memorial service for the 17 who died.   The more than a dozen survivors walked into the Williams Chapel at College of the Ozarks on Sunday as organ music played.   A patrolman guarded their privacy, but he al...

  • Bodies Recovered After San Marcos Fire

     SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) - Authorities in San Marcos say they've recovered the bodies of three people in the rubble of two apartment complex buildings destroyed by fire.The blaze that broke out before dawn Friday gutted the Iconic Village Apartments and Vintage Pad Apartments in San Marcos, between Austin and San Antonio. Five people had been listed as unaccounted for since the flames were extinguished. The city said in a statement Sunday the remains of the three have been taken t...

  • Calhoun Senior Softball Girls Fall to New Mexico

    The Calhoun senior softball girls fell to New Mexico, 7-5, in their second game at Regionals in Vidalia, Louisiana. The summer state champs beat Mississippi 3-2 on Saturday and will look to bounce back tomorrow when they play Louisiana at 6 pm. The senior league girls are representing Texas after claiming the Section 4 senior league title with a win over Channelview in Seguin last week. The 13-16 year old girls are 5-1 overall in this summer's playoffs.   "It mean...
  • Mormon Church Shooting Leaves One Dead

    FALLON, Nev. (AP) - Authorities say one person is dead and another injured following a shooting at a Mormon church on Sunday in Nevada. Fallon Police Chief Kevin Gehman says 48-year-old John Kelley O'Connor walked into the church, opened fire then walked home.TV station KOLO reports that O'Connor surrendered after authorities called his home and asked. Gehman said O'Connor appears to have targeted one person and not the church, which had as many as 50 people at the time. No motive was...
  • Generals Drub the Twins, 15-2

    The Generals returned home on Sunday to open up a two game set against the Texarkana Twins. After dropping consecutive games to the Cane Cutters in Lafayette on Friday and Saturday, Matthew Swick got the ball for the Generals Sunday trying to get his team back on track.  He got plenty of support right out of the gate as the Generals plated two in the first inning and six more in the second to stake Swick to an early 8-0 lead in front of a big home crowd on Faith a...
  • Annual food truck fest comes to Victoria this weekend

    The annual food truck fest came to Victoria this weekend, Newscenter 25's David Gibson has the story. The annual food truck festival brings people from all over the state with different experience levels of serving behind the window of a food truck. 

  • Jury Convicts Man Accused of Killing UT Student

     AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Jurors have convicted a man in the 2016 death of a student who was sexually assaulted strangled on the University of Texas campus.    Twenty-year-old Meechaiel Criner was found guilty of capital murder Friday in the death of 18-year-old Haruka Weiser. Weiser was a freshman dance major from Portland, Oregon. She was walking to her dormitory after a rehearsal when she was attacked. Criner was a 17-year-old foster care runaway at the time. He says he ...
  • Woman Killed During Los Angeles Supermarket Standoff

     LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Latest on an active police situation at a Trader Joe's in Los Angeles (all times local):      7:25      Authorities say a woman was fatally wounded when a gunman being chased by police in Los Angeles fled into a supermarket and took hostages. The gunman, who was not identified, surrendered following a three-hour standoff. Details on how the woman died inside the store were not immediately known.      Authoriti...
  • Driver Who Hit Dallas Police Officer Arrested

    DALLAS (AP) - The driver of an SUV that struck and killed a Dallas police officer on a motorcycle has been arrested.  Authorities say 32-year Dallas Police Department veteran Senior Cpl. Earl Jamie Givens was killed by a suspected drunken driver Saturday while accompanying the funeral escort of another Dallas officer. Givens was stopped on his motorcycle when he was struck by the SUV at high speed.  The driver, a 25-year-old man whose name has not been released, was arrested...
  • Senator Ted Cruz meets with Crossroads community leaders

    We begin tonight with a community outreah meeting with Senator Ted Cruz..he  came to victoria to meet with community leaders from all over the Crossroads. newscenter 25's david gibson has an exclusive one on one with cruz about the meeting. Senator Ted Cruz came down to the Crossroads to meet with community leaders about the Harvey recovery. 

  • Hurricane Preparedness Kits for Families with Autistic Children

    Hurricane season is well in process, and a support group for autistic children is learning from the past to better prepare and keep their children safe.

  • Generals Fall to Cane Cutters, 12-8

    The Generals had their four-game win streak snapped Friday night, falling to the Acadiana Cane Cutters, 13-9, in a slugfest in Lafayette. After jumping out to a 6-0 lead in the first two innings, Generals starter Kasey Kalich gave up an 8-spot in the bottom of the 2nd that put his team in a hole they couldn't quite climb out of.  Kyle Boudreaux had the big hit for the Generals in a four-run first inning, a double off Cane Cutters starter Matthew Beck that cleared the bases....
  • Summer Kids Play Week 7-on-7 Football

    Some area high schools are getting the most out of their students this summer, with athletes from all over the Crossroads turning to 7-on-7 football to stay in shape and keep their skills sharp. The summer football action kicked off right after school ended in May, with three area 7-on-7 teams - Cuero, Goliad, and Louise - making it to the State 7-on-7 tournament in College Station this year.  "We worked on it very hard," Cuero 7-on-7 player Marcus Gomez...

  • Finding Ways To Stay Cool During this Heatwave

    The dog days of Summer is relentless throughout the Crossroads with extreme heat. Everyone is looking for a cool place especially the elderly. 

  • Reactions to Trump proposed auto tariffs

    Trump proposed tariffs have been a topic of discussion for multiple industries. On Wednesday we told you about how the President of Texas Farm Bureau on Capitol Hill for a hearing on how tariffs could impact their lives, jobs and prices at the grocery store. And Thursday we discussed the impact these proposed tariff's could have on the auto industry.

  • Cuero Track Club Sending Athletes to TAAF Summer Games

    The Cuero Select Track Club is sending seven athletes to the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Summer Games this year. Among the qualifiers are Elena Gomez in 8-and-under long jump, 400 meter, and 200 meter dash, Alexander Gomez in 6-and-under 50 and 100 meter dashes, Jessiah Rodriguez in 10-and-under long jump and 400 meter, and Miracle Glover, 18-and-under competitor in shot put and discus.  "I'd say I've gotten better," Glover told our Don Brubaker. "I started ...
  • Holly St, Rosebud Ave closed beginning July 23rd

    (VICTORIA, TEXAS) Beginning on Monday, July 23, 2018, the City will close both Holly Street from Mesquite Lane to Mistletoe Avenue and Rosebud Avenue from Cameron Street to Arroyo Drive to through traffic to install utilities. 

  • Texas Sunset Commission recommends closing 87 DPS offices, including Port Lavaca branch

    The Texas Sunset Advisory Commission has recommended state officials close eighty seven DPS offices, including the Port Lavaca branch and other rural communities.

  • Update: City of Victoria will remain under Stage 1 Voluntary Water Restrictions

    The City of Victoria will remain under Stage 1 Voluntary Water Restrictions for the foreseeable future, City Communications Director O.C. Garza confirmed to Newscenter 25.

  • Calhoun Youth Softball Team Wins State

    There's a new state championship team in Calhoun County. 

  • Goliad Outreach Food Pantry Seeks Better Food Storage

    The Goliad Outreach Food Pantry has one mission- provide resources for nutritional meals. However the building where the food pantry stores its food for distribution has many issues that are putting at risk this program for the community. 

  • Community Crossroads welcomes Victoria West Cheerleaders

    The Victoria West Cheerleaders will strut their stuff on Community Crossroads this weekend. You'll see Kayla, Lacey, Arianna, Brooke, Kyleigh, Ashlyn, Gabi and Captain Kaylin perform one of their cheers. The young women are helping with The Little Warrior Cheer Camp. Email here or call 361-652-7824.   Cavender's is helping Special Olympics Texas by selling paper torches for $1. You can buy one at any checkout counter across Texas. The funds go toward providing quality sport...

  • Pet of the Week

    Pet Adoptions of Cuero To learn more call 361-243-8550.

  • Friday's Question of the Day

    Happy Friday, Crossroads! Here's today's Question of the Day: Happy Guessing and have a wonderful weekend!

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday!

  • Can cycling slow aging?

    Health news on cycling and aging. 

  • Victorian Climbs To The Top Of Mt. Rainier

    While most of us were celebrating the Fourth Of July, Brent Aldis was doing something much bigger. 

  • Summer Kids Play Week Track & Field

    This summer, the Sho Up And Sho Out track team is running towards the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Des Moines, Iowa. 

  • Don't Forget About Your Pets in The Heat

    The temperatures in the Crossroads and in the state are only going to get hotter the next few days. Our small animals need to be cool as well. 

  • Tookah Hobbs, Victim of Fatal Auto-Pedestrian Accident Remembered

    We first reported Tuesday night of a fatal accident where a woman was struck by two vehicle on Houston Highway, Newscenter 25’s Griselda Perez spoke to the family of the victim.

  • VISD holding Community Forum July 23rd, 30th

    Victoria Independent School District will hold a community forum on July 23rd and July 30th at 5:30 pm. The community forum will be hosted by new Superintendent Dr. Quintin Shepherd and will take place at the VISD Conference Center in Room D. 

  • City of Victoria accepting HOT Fund applications

    (VICTORIA, Texas) The City of Victoria is accepting applications from local arts, historical, tourism and sporting organizations seeking Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) Funds from July 23, 2018 until August 15, 2018. Under a State of Texas law, the City of Victoria collects a Hotel Occupancy Tax from hotels, bed & breakfasts and other lodging facilities. The revenues collected may only be used to promote tourism and the convention and hotel industry. Priority will be given to applicant...
  • An Educational Program Makes a Stop in Cuero To Talk About Snakes

    The Cuero Public Library treated families to an experience learning about various snakes. They got the opportunity to touch a few live snakes. 

  • The City of Victoria is accepting applications for HOT Funds

    VICTORIA - The City of Victoria is accepting applications from local arts, historical, tourism and sporting organizations seeking Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) Funds from July 23, 2018 until August 15, 2018.  

  • Trump tariffs would add $4,400 to car prices, according to study

    Imposing a 25 percent tariff on auto imports would raise the price of the typical new car sold in the United States (now about $35,000) by $4,400 - $2,270 for U.S.-built cars and $6,875 for imported cars and trucks, according to a study released Thursday by the Center for Automotive Research.

  • New York state launches tax probe of Trump Foundation

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -  New York state tax officials have opened an investigation into the Trump Foundation to determine whether President Donald Trump or his charity violated state law.  The probe began about a month ago and was confirmed Thursday by an official with knowledge of the case. The official was not authorized to speak publicly about active investigations and spoke of condition of anonymity.  If evidence of alleged crimes is found, the matter could be referred ...
  • Thursday's Question of the Day

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

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday. 

  • Can too much digital media use cause ADHD symptoms

    Digital media is easily accessible and quick to entertain our brains, but can frequent use make children more prone to the symptoms of attention-deficit, hyper-activity disorder (ADHD)?   

  • Bad News Chairs Hosting Wheelchair Softball Tourney

    The Victoria Bad News Chairs wheelchair softball team wraps up its season this weekend in a big way. 

  • Summer Kids Play Week Gymnastics

    Our Summer Kids Play Week series continues with the latest national champion gymnasts from Victoria.

  • East Boys Basketball Gets New Head Coach

    East boys basketball has a new head coach. 

  • HEB Creamy Creations recall

    Two variety packs of Creamy Creations ice creams and sherbets in 3-ounce cups recalled due to broken metal in processing equipment Broken metal found during routine maintenance. 

  • UHV announce $100,000 grant to help students with hurricane recovery

    A $100,000 Rebuild Texas Fund grant will aid University of Houston-Victoria students still dealing with the aftereffects of Hurricane Harvey. “We appreciate having a partner that will assist UHV students who are still struggling financially after Hurricane Harvey,” UHV President Vic Morgan said. “With this grant, our goal is to help them continue their higher education dreams.” The Rebuild Texas Fund grant will be used to provide childcare expenses and other ...
  • FEMA grant $6.2 million for TXDot support activities after Hurricane Harvey

    AUSTIN, Texas – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $6.2 million for the Texas Department of Transportation support activities following Hurricane Harvey.

  • UPDATE: Victoria woman struck and killed by two vehicles identified

    Authorities say the woman was walking her dog across the 3800 block of Houston Highway when she was struck by a Ram 2500 truck traveling East bound. 

  • Facebook Live post lands Shiner man in jail

    A social media post has led to the arrest of a Shiner man on multiple charges in Lavaca County.

  • The Latest: Deputy says Texas suspect sought 'soft targets'

    HOUSTON (AP) - The Latest on the arrest of a man suspected in three Houston-area killings (all times local):      11:40 a.m.  A Texas sheriff's official says a series of killings over four days were "crimes of opportunity" by a suspect focused on easy targets.  Harris County senior deputy Thomas Gilliland on Wednesday declined to address the motive behind the string of violent crimes blamed on 46-year-old Jose Gilberto Rodriguez.  But Gilliland...
  • Leonard going to Raptors, DeRozan going to Spurs in blockbuster NBA trade

    By TIM REYNOLDS  AP Basketball Writer      Two people familiar with the situation say San Antonio and Toronto have reached an agreement in principle on a trade that will send Kawhi Leonard to the Raptors and DeMar DeRozan to the Spurs.  

  • Generals Sweep Twins

    The Generals, winding up their six-game home stand Tuesday night. 

  • Two Smiths Coaching At Local Basketball Clinic

    Family reunion time at a Faith Academy summer youth basketball camp. 

  • Bidding is open in the My Plates Decades auction

    Austin – If you are ready for some GREAT summer fun, then the “My Plates Decades Auction” has something for you! The State of Texas’ official specialty license plate vendor has released a TOTALLY cool assortment of 25 special auction plate messages, awaiting you at www.myplates.com/auction. 

  • AFT report finds Texas tops list of states under funding K-12

    WASHINGTON - Texas is at the top of the list of states with the largest cut in K-12 and higher education funding since the 2008 recession, according to a groundbreaking report by the American Federation of Teachers. Governments in 25 states have shortchanged public K-12 education by $19 billion over the last decade, the report found. 

  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

    Happy Wednesday, everyone! Here's today's Question of the Day. Happy Guessing!

  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday!

  • ‘Night owl’ schedule not good for health

    Most of us have probably heard the old saying that it’s better to be ‘early to bed and early to rise.’ According to a recent study, there may be some truth to that. Research is showing that perhaps being a ‘night owl’ has a negative impact on our longevity. 

  • Local Swimmers Making Strides This Summer

    Plenty of kids spend their summers by the pool, but for the swimmers of the Coastal Bend Swim League, summer break's about a lot more than getting a break from the heat - it's a chance to get ahead of the competition. On Sunday, Region 16 swim qualifiers concluded at the Victoria ISD Aquatics Center, with swimmers from Victoria, Corpus, Rockport, Port Aransas, Odem, Kingsville and more all gathering with hopes of reaching state qualifiers. After Saturday morning's event featurin...
  • Cuero Regional Hospital debut newly renovated ER

    Cuero Regional Hospital debuted their newly renovated emergency room to Cuero residents during a Tuesday evening ribbon cutting ceremony. 

  • City moving forward with Placedo Benevidez Project

    We first reported on the Placedo Benevidez project in October of 2016, Since then 7.4 million dollar has been approved. Newscenter 25's David Gibson tells where the city is on the project. The Placedo Benvidez project will benefit residents in a few ways. I spoke to the city about their plans for the project.

  • Southern Swing Volleyball in Full Swing

    The Southern Swing summer volleyball league is in full swing this summer. There are 49 teams in their second session of summer play this month. The girls teams' start out in second grade and work all the way up to the varsity high school division. All four Victoria high schools are represented, along with Ganado, Edna, El Campo, Yorktown, Yoakum, Cuero and Calhoun. "They get to see some of the schools they're playing, like Industrial vs. Goliad, always a super competitive match,...
  • The United Way Day Of Caring is Right Around The Corner

    The United Way Is Looking For Volunteers For This Years Day of Caring. 

  • National Honors For Gymagic & UHV

    Three gymnasts from Victoria are going to Russia. 

  • Victoria East FFA Chapter Student Receives Lone Star FFA Degree

    The Lone Star FFA Degree recognizes FFA members who have received the Chapter degree, been active FFA members for at least two years, completed at least four semesters of agricultural science at or above the ninth grade level, maintained a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) program, demonstrated their leadership skills, and have shown a commitment to the FFA through involvement at the chapter level and above.

  • Driver facing 270 years for Texas church bus crash arrested

    UVALDE, Texas (AP) - A driver facing up to 270 years in prison for causing a Texas wreck that killed 13 people has been arrested for allegedly violating bond while awaiting sentencing.  Uvalde County records show Jack Dillon Young of Leakey was jailed Tuesday without bond. Young was arrested July 12 after allegedly testing positive for the active agent in marijuana.  Young, after the March 2017 crash, told investigators he'd texted and was on prescription drugs when his vehi...
  • Judge: Trial in Laquan McDonald shooting to start Sept. 5

    CHICAGO (AP) - A Chicago police officer charged with murder in the fatal shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald will stand trial starting Sept. 5.  Cook County Judge Vincent Gaughan's ruling Tuesday comes more than 2 ½ years after Officer Jason Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder in the 2014 shooting of the 17-year-old on the city's southwest side.  The shooting made international headlines when a judge forced the city to release a dashcam ...

  • Federal judge won't stop Texas execution

    HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - The Latest on the Texas execution (all times local):      11:15 a.m.  A federal judge has turned down an appeal from a 34-year-old Texas prisoner set for execution for the 2004 fatal shooting of a San Antonio convenience store owner.  Attorneys for Christopher Young argued that his punishment set for Tuesday evening should be halted because the Texas parole board improperly rejected their request for clemency for Young because he is b...
  • Attorney fights cancer with micro lung coil

    Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death and surprisingly, as many as 20 percent of people who die from lung cancer have never used tobacco. 

  • Tuesday's Question of the Day

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

  • Drug Investigation

    Victoria Police are working an ongoing drug investigation. On Sunday morning around 12:07 a.m. a security guard at Shooters Bar at 4705 N. Navarro St. called authorities about a driver who hit a curb leaving his vehicle disabled.  The man ran away when he learned police were called.  Officers towed the vehicle, but inside found a handgun, marijuana, a scale, baggies and cash.  If you have any information Victoria Police want to hear from you. 
  • Birthday wishes

    I heard it's your Birthday!

  • Day 4 of the Marq Perez Trial

    Day four in the Marq Perez case centered on the testimony of a key witness.

  • Day 3 of the Marq Perez Trial

    Day three of the Marq Perez trial concluded Wednesday afternoon Newscenter 25's Griselda Perez has followed the case and has details over what was happened in court.

  • JCSO Smuggling Case on HWY 59

    Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has seen an increase of human smuggling cases in the crossroads- Newscenter 25’s Griselda Perez has the details. This issue is not new to the area, but Jackson County Sheriff A.J Louderback says it an increasing one that needs more attention. A routine traffic stop by a DPS trooper led to the arrest of two human smuggling suspects- trafficking two victims right outside of Edna city limits. “What we’re seeing here is a lot of m...

  • Edna TDECU Targeted by Skimmer Scam

    A TDECU Bank branch in Edna has become a target for an ATM scam where a device is installed to collect debit card information. 

  • Generals Edge the Twins, 6-4

    The Generals opened up a two game series against the Texarkana Twins from Riverside Stadium on Monday night. After stumbling out of the gate following the All-Star Break, the Generals recovered to sweep the Bombers over the weekend to vault themselves back into first place. The win on Monday was their third straight, as they bested the Twins 6-4 behind a strong pitching performance from Alex Canul.  "Not only are they a good team but we need to get on the right page with ou...
  • Local Boxers Keep Fighting Towards Regionals

    Two local youth boxers are making the most of their summers as they prepare for Regionals in San Antonio. While many of their friends kick back and stay out of the heat, Joe and Julian Martinez of Victoria's Tuff-E-Nuff Boxing Club are turning up the heat of their fitness and training regimen. "Usually, kids my age they like going to hang out with friends, going out," Joe said. "Me, I just stay here working out, just keeping with it." Joe is a 19 year old st...
  • Marq Perez guilty verdict reactions

    A guilty verdict has been handed down in the Marq Perez trial.... Newscenter 25's David Gibson spent the day in court and spoke with Perez's attorney as well as a member of the Victoria Islamic Center. The verdict for the Marq Perez trial came after hours of jury deliberation.

  • Jury finds Marq Pérez guilty on all charges

    Update:  Marq Pérez was just found guilty on all three charges. Perez’s family stared blankly as the verdict was read.  Judge Rainey says he will review everything before sentencing Perez, sentencing is set for October 2nd at 2:30pm. Previous story:   Day six of the Marq Perez trial began with the closing statements.  Sharad Khandelwal, the prosecutor from the U.S. Attorney's office, showed a video of the mosque fire claiming Per...

  • Victoria Crime Stoppers need your help to solve a cold case

    The Victoria Police Department is seeking information in a cold-case murder.  

  • York Road under construction beginning July 27

    Victoria County Commissioners approved re-pavement construction for York Road during their weekly Monday meeting. Beginning the weekend of July 27th, county workers will repair and re-pave a half mile portion of York Road. 

  • Commissioner Bush encourages communities affected by recent flooding to participate in survey

    The outreach by the Texas General Land Office (GLO) will include a survey requesting input and encouraging regional planning coordination to help mitigate and lessen the impact of future disasters.

  • Trump sees 'no reason' why Russia would meddle

      HELSINKI (AP) - President Donald Trump says he sees no reason why Russia would interfere in the 2016 election.      Trump resisted when asked Monday to condemn Russian meddling in the election. Instead, he complained about a Democratic National Committee computer server and emails belonging to Hillary Clinton, the Democrat he defeated to win the presidency.      At a joint appearance in Finland with Vladimir Putin, Trump repeated the Russian lead...

  • Cuero Regional Hospital: Renovated Emergency Department to Open Early August

     The 1.5 million renovation project features about 1,000 square feet of additional space, six full private treatment rooms, additional private patient registration areas, as well as an upgraded nurses’ station and new triage area to improve patient flow through the ED as well.  

  • Monday's Question of the Day

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

  • The Texas Zoo: Come to Alligator Splash Day

    The Texas Zoo is hosting Alligator Splash Day.

  • Pet of the Week by Pitty Paws

    Here's your Pet of the Week. Thank you Pitty Paws! Pitty Paws Bully Rescue

  • Region 16 Swim Qualifiers Conclude from VISD Aquatics Center

    Sunday was the second day of regional swim qualifiers from the Victoria ISD Aquatics Center, with swimmers from Victoria, Corpus, Rockport, Port Aransas, Odem, Kingsville and more all gathering with hopes of reaching state qualifiers. After Saturday morning's event featuring the 10-and-under age group, Sunday featured South Texas' best swimmers' ages 11-and-up as they vied for a spot a the TAAF State Championships. "It makes me feel confident that practice is actually working an...
  • Massachusetts Police Offer and Bystander Killed

    BOSTON (AP) - A man accused of fatally shooting a Massachusetts police officer with the officer's own weapon and an innocent bystander is scheduled to be arraigned on murder charges.  Emanuel Lopes will be arraigned Monday in connection with the deaths of Weymouth officer Michael Chesna and an unidentified woman, who was hit by stray bullets in a nearby home. It's unclear if Lopes has an attorney.Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey says Weymouth police were responding to ...

  • France Defeat Croatia, 4-2, For 2nd World Cup Title

    France clinched its second World Cup title with a 4-2 win over Croatia in a dramatic final in Moscow featuring a series of firsts and a pitch invasion orchestrated by Russian protest group Pussy Riot.      France led 2-1 at halftime courtesy of the first own-goal and the first video-reviewed penalty in a World Cup final. The own-goal off the top of Mario Mandzukic's head was the 12th of the tournament. That's double the previous World Cup record of six.   ...
  • Three Officers Shot In Missouri

     KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Authorities say a gunman is being investigated in the killing of a university student from India shot and wounded three Kansas City police officers Sunday before dying in an exchange of gunfire with police.The three officer's wounds were not life-threatening.

  • Bloomington Family Receives Reconstructed Home

    Nearly a year after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, a family in Bloomington is finally leaving the nightmare of losing their home behind.

  • World Cup comes to Victoria

    Sunday was the final day of the world cup and Victorians wanted to get in on the action. Our David Gibson caught up with some fans who watched the game at a local viewing party. The world cup soccer fever came here to Victoria, Texas. 

  • Edna Residents still fighting to keep Walmart open

    We first reported on an Edna resident who is fighting to keep the local Walmart open back on June 22nd. Newscenter 25's David Gibson gives us an update on the petition. In the coming days this Walmart behind me will close its doors for the last time. Kenneth Marek started his petition on June 21 getting 100 signatures but as of today he has more than double that.

  • Generals Wrap Up Series Against Marshals

    The Generals wrapped up their four-game set against the Texas Marshals on Friday, losing a hard fought contest 6-5 at Riverside Stadium. After winning the first two games of the series by forfeit due to field issues in East Dallas, the two teams made the trek back to Victoria to resume play as a home series for the Generals. The Generals dropped Thursday's game, 4-3, following a ninth inning rally by the Marshals. UHV's Jonathan Jimenez got the start for the Generals on Friday, ...
  • Salvation Army Still Needing Help To Repair Its Roof

    I talked with Major Laura Martin earlier and they are close to getting the shelter open. However, they must get the roof fixed first. "We decided to go with the repair plan right now. The replacement starts at $150,000 and goes up to $250,00 dollars," said Martin. 

  • Day 5 of the Marq Perez Trial

    Today was Day 5 in the Perez trial and at 5 I told you the prosecution rested their case. Immediately following that the defense motioned for acquittal and the judge denied it The defense was trying to build a time line to put Perez at the hospital for the birth of his second child.

  • UHV Athletics Scores Big In Academics

    University of Houston-Victoria student-athletes continue to achieve in the classroom with a little over 50 percent earning Red River Athletic Conference GPA Awards for the 2017-18 academic year. 

  • UHV Baseball Signs Three Players

    UHV head baseball coach Terry Puhl today announced the signing of three players for the 2019 season.  

  • Coast Guard to hold public hearing for Bouchard No. 255 tank barge incident

    NEW ORLEANS – The Coast Guard is scheduled to conduct a formal public hearing beginning Monday at Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston to consider evidence related to an incident that occurred aboard the Bouchard No. 255 tank barge.

  • Apply now for Victoria Fire Department's Civilian Fire Academy

    Victoria - Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a firefighter or a paramedic and what they do? The City of Victoria Fire Department is now accepting applications for its Civilian Fire Academy Class #11.

  • Celebrate Shark Awareness Day with live sharks at the Texas State Aquarium

    Corpus Christi – This Saturday, July 14 is “Shark Awareness Day,” and Discovery Channel’s week of shark-themed programming starts on July 22, making now the perfect time to celebrate the ocean’s most infamous and misunderstood predators. With six species of sharks on display and interactive experiences including the opportunity to touch sharks, track sharks around the globe and pose for pictures inside giant shark jaws, the Texas State Aquarium is the i...

  • BREAKING: 12 Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 US election

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department has announced charges against 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses during the 2016 presidential election.      The indictments were announced Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as part of the ongoing special counsel probe into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.      The Russians are accused of hacking into the computer networks of the Democratic National Com...
  • Asura's Historical release features Matthew Knowles

    Actor Matthew Knowles  Matthew has forged a new path for himself despite the challenges he has faced in life. As the defensive end for the Clemson Tigers, Matthew was an american-born NFL hopeful from Clemson University. 

  • McDonald’s is hiring and we're loving it

     Those interested in applying are encouraged to stop in any McDonald’s restaurant in Victoria on Monday, July 23 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  

  • Former UHV Soccer Player Excited About England In World Cup

    England is in the World Cup soccer semifinals for the first time since 1990. 

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