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  • Professional Volleyball Player Visits Victoria Volleyball Clinic and Generals Win

    Today Next Level Volleyball held a camp at St Joe this afternoon. Tiana Dockery was on hand to assist with the camp. She helped the girls today with passing, setting, and hitting. Dockery played volleyball at the University of Kansas and is currently playing volleyball professionally overseas. 

  • Family not giving up hope in finding Antonio Vela Jr.

    The Vela family is not giving up hope in finding Antonio Vela Jr. after being missing for exactly one year. 

  • Juneteenth celebration comes to Port Lavaca

    The Calhoun Citizens In Action held their annual Juneteenth celebration this weekend. Newscenter 25's David Gibson attended the event and tells about it. Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation of slavery in Texas on June 19th 1865. 

  • Eight people hurt in taxi crash in Moscow

    MOSCOW (AP) - Police in Moscow say eight people have been injured when a taxi crashed into pedestrians on a sidewalk near Red Square.      Police say the driver in the crash Saturday has been detained. Preliminary information indicated the driver lost control of the vehicle.      There were no immediate details on the severity of the pedestrians' injuries.      The accident took place on Ilinka Street, about 200 meters (650 feet) from Red S...
  • The Nave Museum: Time Travels by Benini

    The Nave Museum is showcasing work by Benini. 

  • Victoria Generals Beat the Bombers Friday Night; Preview Of Local Boxing Showcase in Victoria Saturday

    The Generals wrapped up their two game series with the first-place Bombers at Riverside on Friday. Once again, the Generals jumped on top early, as Nick Barnes drives an RBI single into right to give the Generals a 1-0 lead. 

  • Mom allegedly left son in hot car, shoplifted at Texas store

    HOUSTON (AP) - Authorities have arrested a woman accused of leaving her 7-year-old son in a hot car while she allegedly shoplifted some makeup from a Houston-area Walmart.   

  • DeWitt Drainage District spreads flooding awareness

    With hurricane season in full swing, the chance for flooding increases, and the DeWitt County Drainage District is trying to spread safety tips. Newscenter 25's David Gibson has more on how residents in Cuero, can prevent themselves from becoming the victims of flooding. I spoke to residents that learned from their experience in the 1998 flood and applied it to Hurricane Harvey.

  • Country star George Strait part of Harvey recovery campaign

    ROCKPORT, Texas (AP) - Country star George Strait leads a new tourism campaign for part of Hurricane Harvey-damaged South Texas months after the storm devastated the area he sometimes calls home.      Officials with the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce say Strait, who's owned a house in the community for years, participated free of charge.      Strait is part of the "Find Yourself in Rockport-Fulton" radio and TV campaign to encourage tourist...
  • California moves to declare coffee safe from cancer risk

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - California health officials are proposing a regulation change that would declare coffee doesn't present a significant cancer risk. The proposal announced Friday would counter a recent state court ruling that found coffee should carry warning labels because of a carcinogen found in every cup of brew.  

  • Wharton Sheriff's Office Scammer issuing fake warrants to residents

    The Wharton County Sheriff's Office is alerting residents of a phone scam. According to the Office's Facebook page, a scammer posing as a representative of the Sheriff's Office is calling residents to inform them they have a warrant for their arrest.  

  • Juneteenth Celebrations throughout the Crossroads

    Troyla Washington and family are organizing a Juneteenth Festival in El Campo for mid-June. The event will include a pageant, parade, cook-off, music and more. 

  • Early voter turnout in special election

    City of Victoria June 30, 2018 Election Daily Activity - Friday, June 15, 18 

  • Texas economy adds 34,700 positions in May

    Texas has experienced 23 consecutive months of employment growth

  • Judge jails ex-Trump campaign chair Manafort ahead of trial

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman is going to jail. Paul Manafort was ordered into custody Friday after a federal judge revoked his house arrest, citing newly filed obstruction of justice charges. 

  • Gov. Abbott Hosts Flag Day Observance Ceremony in San Antonio

    AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today hosted a Flag Day Observance Ceremony in San Antonio, Texas, recognizing military veterans and their families for their service to the United States. The ceremony was held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 76 – the oldest Post in Texas – and was marked by the presentation of challenge coins to service members in attendance.  "As we celebrate and honor this flag, we are reminded of the brave men and women who have worn ...
  • Harvey survivors can partner with disaster case managers for recovery support

    Individuals can get long-term, one-on-one help by calling 211 AUSTIN, Texas – Recovering from a natural disaster can be trying for many reasons, but difficulty navigating the available resources and support shouldn’t be one of them. 

  • HTN Update: Man charged with sex assault and several other crimes

    A 41 year old man is in the Victoria County Jail this morning charged with sexual assault and several other crimes. Victoria Police arrested Michael Jiminez Wednesday night after a short chase.  

  • Brutal dog attack leaves one dog in recovery

    BLOOMINGTON- A dog attack in Bloomington could have turned out tragic, but instead a dog is in recovery after his guardian angel found him. 

  • KAVU Pet of the Week

    Today's Pet of the Week is Cindy. She needs a forever home. 

  • Murder Victim James Barrios Remembered

    The murder of James Barrios rocked the small community of Enda back in November 2017. We last reported on this case in January when murder suspect Quincy Muhammad Wright was extradited from Harris County back to Jackson County. 

  • Generals fall to Bombers, 8-6

    The Generals went for their sixth straight win Thursday night. 

  • Salvation Army working to reopen shelter

    The Salvation Army is still recovering from Hurricane Harvey with multiple on going renovation projects. Newscenter 25's David Gibson spoke to Major Laura Martin and tells about the recovery. The salvation army's shelter closed in November.

  • It's World Sea Turtle Day and the Texas State Aquarium is helping save these endangered species

    The residents of Tortuga Cay include Squirt, Crush and Pickles the green sea turtles, Daisy the Kemp’s ridley, Einstein the hawksbill, and Tiki the loggerhead.

  • Local Animal Rescue spreading awareness about heart worms

    Pappy's Animal Rescue is warning residents about heart worms. Director Megan Driver says heartworms are something that is a silent killer, a lot of people don't know they exist. Heartworms are transferred when a mosquito bites the dog, it administers larvae into the blood stream. It starts off as a larvae and takes up to 6 months to grow into a full adult worm. Here are some signs to look for if your dogs have heartworms, they start to cough or they start to bloat at the chest area,...

  • Friday's Question of the Day

    Good Morning Crossroads! Here's Today's Question of the Day: 19% of workers say there is no downside to this. What is it? Click here to post your comment. We may read your guess live on Sunrise between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. Happy Guessing!

  • The Nave Museum: Time Travels by Benini

    The Nave Museum is showcasing work by Benini. The exhibit is called Time Travels. You can catch it through June 24, 2018.  For more click here and here.  Enjoy the slideshow. 
  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to Cornelio and Priscilla! If today is your Birthday, you share it with Neil Patrick Harris and Helen Hunt.  Have a good one!
  • Victoria Hurricanes Go For League Title

    The Victoria Hurricanes are trying to win their third Crossroads Amateur Football League championship in their four years in the league. 

  • FDA clears 1st generic film strip of addiction drug Suboxone

    U.S. regulators have approved the first generic version of an under-the-tongue film for treating opioid addiction.   

  • AT&T, Time Warner to close merger 'as soon as possible'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - AT&T and Time Warner say they have a clear path to complete their newly approved merger. Their lawyer says the Justice Department has signaled it won't ask for a postponement while it ponders an appeal of a judge's ruling.  

  • 10 Things to Know for Friday

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:   

  • FBI Director defends FBI after scathing report

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on a report by the Justice Department's internal watchdog on the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation: Updates:  FBI Director Christopher Wray is defending the FBI in response to a scathing inspector general report that heavily criticized the actions of his predecessor in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.   

  • Cuero Museum debuts brand new sports exhibit

    The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum debuted their brand new sports exhibit Thursday morning during a ribbon cutting ceremony.  

  • Port Lavaca long term care facility wins national award

    (AUSTIN) — Port Lavaca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has earned a national honor for improving their quality of care. The local long term care facility was one of 35 across Texas to earn the honor, despite a statewide staffing crisis that’s left facility managers scrambling to staff shifts. 

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    UHV alumni receive awards from Victoria school district

    When Amanda Beck first started her student teaching in a pre-K class, she felt overwhelmed and reached out to her University of Houston-Victoria professor for support. 

  • UHV announces President’s, Deans’ lists

    The University of Houston-Victoria has released the names of undergraduate students who made its Spring 2018 President’s List and Deans’ List. The President’s List honors undergraduates who earn a 4.0 grade-point average on all work completed during the fall semester. 

  • Protect your family during severe weather wtih FEMA Housing Units

    FEMA Manufactured Housing Units (MHUs) are designed to be exceptionally safe and secure temporary housing solutions. But as with all forms of housing, FEMA MHUs are at risk for damage in severe weather. 

  • How to prepare for severe weather

       The Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) 3rd Annual Speed Interview and Network Session has grown into the association’s largest student recruitment event ever held for insurance and risk management students. 

  • Russia rips Saudi Arabia 5-0 in World Cup opener

    MOSCOW (AP) - The Latest on the opening day of the World Cup: Denis Cheryshev scored twice as Russia swept aside Saudi Arabia to open its home World Cup with a 5-0 win on Thursday.  

  • Texas' Whataburger and Raising Cane's pull buns and toast

    Across Texas, Whataburger removed white buns from several of their restaurants in Dallas/Fort Worth, East and West Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Watch today's Hometown News Update. 

  • Palacios man dies after three car crash in Jackson County

    A Palacios man dies after four vehicle crash in Jackson County.  Joseph Sertuche, 31, of Houston, was driving a 2001 Mack truck pulling a 2006 semi trailer southbound on FM 1826. Christopher Wade Wright, 26, of Palacios was driving behind Sertuche in a 2001 white Chevy Silverrado pickup

  • Special election early voting numbers on June 14th

    City of Victoria June 30, 2018 Election Daily Activity - Thursday, June 14, 18

  • Thursday's Question of the Day

    Good Morning Crossroads! Here's Today's Question of the Day: This clothing item is responsible for twice as many injuries as chainsaws. What is it? Click here to post your comment. We may read your guess live on Sunrise between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. Happy Guessing!
  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to Andrew and Ikaika. If today is your big day, you share it with President Donald Trump and Boy George. Have a good one!
  • Community Crossroads welcomes Moody Gardens

    Catch two live penguins on Community Crossroads this weekend. Summer is here and Moody Gardens is the hottest place to visit on Galveston Island with attractions the entire family will enjoy. 

  • Generals Update & Generals Pitcher Looks For New College

    The Generals finished up a two-game set in Bryan against the Brazos Valley Bombers Wednesday night. 

  • Port Lavaca Nursing And Rehab Center Earns National Honor

    (AUSTIN) — Port Lavaca Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has earned a national honor for improving their quality of care. The local long term care facility was one of 35 across Texas to earn the honor, despite a statewide staffing crisis that’s left facility managers scrambling to staff shifts. The American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living awarded the 2018 Bronze – Commitment to Quality award to nursing homes that achieved the fir...
  • Man accused of human smuggling after dozens found in trailer

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A South Texas man has been charged with human smuggling after 54 immigrants, including some children, were found in a semitrailer in San Antonio.   

  • Texans' Deshaun Watson working his way back from ACL injury

    HOUSTON (AP) — During the Texans’ nine-week offseason program, Deshaun Watson had a set of goals in mind. The second-year quarterback out of Clemson, who is recovering from tearing his right ACL during practice last season, said he met and surpassed them by the end of the team’s final veteran minicamp on Wednesday. “Never satisfied, I always feel like I can do better,” Watson said. “We’ll get better. Those nine weeks I’ve gained a lot ...
  • Cuero 7-On-7 Makes State

    The Cuero Gobblers qualified last weekend for the state 7-on-7 tournament. 

  • US resumes destroying obsolete chemical weapons in Colorado

    DENVER (AP) - The U.S. Army has resumed destroying obsolete chemical weapons at a Colorado depot after a nine-month shutdown for repairs.      Officials said Wednesday the highly automated $4.5 billion plant began a gradual restart this week. 

  • Marq Perez Trial Update

    Attorney of accused Marq Perez has filed a request for a gag order, meaning attorney Mark Di Carlo looks for this case to no longer be discussed in public. 

  • Former Cowboys Cheerleader Files Lawsuit Against Team

    DALLAS (AP) - A former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader has filed a federal lawsuit against the team, alleging she wasn't paid for all her work and made less money than the team's male mascot.      Erica Wilkins, who worked for the Cowboys from 2014 to 2017, is seeking "unpaid overtime wages, minimum wages, and all other available damages", citing the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to court documents filed Tuesday. The lawsuit said female cheerleaders were paid...

  • The Latest from the World Cup in Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) - The Latest at the World Cup, including the FIFA Congress vote for the 2026 hosting rights (all times local):      8:09 p.m.      Two animals have predicted different winners for the World Cup's opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia.      Achilles the cat at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg picked the home team.      The cat was presented with two plates of cat food - one marked with a Russian flag ...

  • TWC awards grants in support of Camp Code for Girls

    AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) awarded seven grants totaling $593,356 for Camp Code to focus on increasing the interest of middle school girls in coding and computer science by providing summer camps. 

  • Victoria Health Department spread Zika awareness

    Temperatures outside are increasing and we finally have some significant rainfall in the forecast but with the rain comes the mosquitos. Newscenter 25's David Gibson tells how you can protect yourself from diseases that come with these biting pests. The Victoria Health Department is spreading awareness about the Zika virus. 

  • FEMA assistance is a supplement to private recovery efforts, not a substitute

    FEMA assistance is a supplement to private recovery efforts — not a substitute AUSTIN, Texas — More than 373,000 Texas individuals or households have received financial assistance from FEMA since Hurricane Harvey, helping them meet essential needs and return to safe, sanitary homes. 

  • District 27 vacancy early voting begins June 13th

    A Special Election has been ordered by the governor for Saturday, June 30, 2018 to fill a vacancy in Congress. Because the seat for the United States Representative, District 27 is vacant an election is being held to fill the vacancy through the end of December 2018. 

  • 7-On-7 Area Action & Generals News

    A big area 7-on-7 Tuesday night in Victoria. 

  • Texas Water Development Board approves financial assistance for water projects

    AUSTIN – (June 11, 2018) – The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today approved financial assistance totaling $7,709,900 for water projects. Of this funding, $1.5 million was approved for rural water projects. $3 million to the City of Bandera (Bandera County) for water system improvements $3,209,900 to the City of San Marcos (Hays County) for a nonpoint source pollution project $1.5 million to the Lake Amanda Water Control and Improvement District No.1 (Tyler Coun...
  • HTN Update: District 27 early voting begins June 13

    Changes to the speed limit all in an effort to keep drivers safe in Jackson County.  Watch today's Hometown News Update above for more on the speed limit changes. 

  • Recall: More than 400,000 pounds of mislabeled HEB sausage

    The ready-to-eat beef brisket smoked sausage products were produced on various dates from June 21, 2016 to May 29, 2018.

  • Authorities warning of a rare jellyfish

     TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) - People who frequent a New Jersey river known for its fishing and kayaking are advised to watch out for a rare type of jellyfish with a powerful and painful sting.

  • Victoria Police seize 40 lbs. of marijuana

    Big marijuana bust in Victoria. 

  • Wednesday's Question of the Day

    Good Morning Crossroads! Here's Today's Question of the Day: Happy Guessing!

  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to George and Myrle. If today is your balloon day, you share it with Tim Allen, Mary Kate and Ashley and Chris Evans.  Have a good one!
  • Sen. Cornyn supports Victoria Regional Airport in letter

    In a letter  to the U.S. Department of transportation, Senator Cornyn is expressing his support for the Victoria Regional Airport to remain in the Essential Air Services Program.

  • "Paving For Pizza" Program

    MILFORD, Del. (AP) - The saying goes that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but what if the road was paved with pizza?      News outlets report national delivery-based pizza chain Domino's is aiming to make commutes around the country a little less hellish, by helping to repair potholes.      The company's "Paving for Pizza" program has launched in four test cities: Athens, Georgia; Bartonville, Texas; Burbank, California and Mil...
  • Money to 'harden' schools draws backlash after shootings

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An alliance of U.S. education groups is expressing shock that the Trump administration would let schools buy metal detectors and extra police through a program Congress has used to defend its response to school shootings. 

  • Other mega-media deals could still face scrutiny

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the resolution of the AT&T-Time Warner antitrust case: One expert warns that other mega-media deals will still face regulatory concerns despite AT&T's clearance to take over Time Warner. 

  • Recognize dad this Father’s Day

    By Haley Herzog He’s a farmer. He’s a rancher. He’s a steward of the land. He’s a father. A husband. He’s a brother. And maybe even a grandfather. Farmers and ranchers have been the backbone of our economy for many years, but many of them also play an even bigger role: Dad. 

  • Education groups show concerns about grant

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An alliance of U.S. education groups is expressing shock that the Trump administration would let schools buy metal detectors and extra police through a program Congress has used to defend its response to school shootings. 

  • UHV Soccer Signs 12 Players

    UHV soccer adds 12 players, mostly from Texas.  

  • Know how to protect yourself and your family against the Zika virus

    The return of warm weather in Texas means more time outdoors with family and friends. Warm weather also means the return of mosquitoes, including mosquitoes that could carry the Zika virus.

  • House aims at campaign-season bills battling opioid abuse

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The House is diving into a two-week vote-a-thon on dozens of bills aimed at opioids abuse.  The move comes as lawmakers seek to expand efforts to curb addiction - and return home with a relatively easy win they can tout before the midterm elections.  

  • Palacios man, girl killed in fatal S.H. 71 accident

    A Palacios man and an 11 year old girl died after their vehicle crashed off the side of State Highway 71 near Nada, TX Sunday afternoon, a Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman confirmed.  

  • HTN Update: Trump and Kim summit ends with promise

    President Donald Trump says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to move toward complete denuclearization at the historic summit on Tuesday. Watch today's Hometown News Update above for more on the summit.

  • 'Drive Clean Texas' asks drivers to make clean air a point of state pride

    Campaign offers tips for reducing vehicle emissions to keep Texas air clean AUSTIN – Texans have many reasons to be proud of the Lone Star state, but for nine different regions around the state, air quality is not one of them. 

  • Fate of massive AT&T-Time Warner merger in US judge's hands

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The fate of the AT&T-Time Warner merger, a massive media deal opposed by the government that could shape how much consumers pay for streaming TV and movies, rests in the hands of a federal judge.  

  • The Historic Summit

    ABC NEWS-- North Korea will denuclearize, President Donald Trump declared in an exclusive interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos just hours after intense and historic negotiations with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Stephanopoulos asked how Trump could trust the brutal dictator. 

  • Tuesday's Question of the Day

    Good Morning Crossroads! Here's Today's Question of the Day: 7% of people have gotten into a car accident because of this person. Who is it? Click here to post your comment. We may read your guess live on Sunrise between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. Happy Guessing!
  • Birthday wishes

    Happy Birthday to Jazmin! If today is your Birthday you share it with former President George H.W. Bush. Have a good one!
  • Victoria Police: DWI Driver knocks out power to thousands

    More than 2400 AEP customers were without power overnight. 

  • Construction causes headache for residents

    If you drive down Highway 35 in Calhoun County around 5:00, then you might have seen the bumper to bumper traffic on the way into Port Lavaca. Several residents have been contacting us saying there have been several accidents in the area.   

  • Ex-Titan Heads To Class A Ball & Area All-State Baseball And Softball Picks

    A former East baseball star gets his first major league assignment. 

  • Hundreds of complaints filed against contractors post-Harvey

    HOUSTON (AP) - Homeowners have filed hundreds of complaints and lawsuits against contractors in Houston and other storm-damaged cities following Hurricane Harvey.

  • City of Edna to Switch Trash Service Provider

    City of Edna's contract with Republic Trash Services is set to expire this year. 

  • Trumps open clubhouse amid big bet on golf

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's new clubhouse and developments in his golf business:      Eric Trump has cut the ribbon on a new clubhouse at a New York City golf course and says his family's golf operations are doing "spectacularly."   

  • Goliad Mayor talks about harrowing ordeal during emergency plane landing

    We reported on June 4th of an emergency landing of an American Airlines plane after hail damaged the windshield and nose of the plane.  We can now report that Goliad Mayor Trudia Preston was on board the plane during the hail strike and the following emergency landing.  

  • Cuero residents left without water as city repairs water main on E Morgan Ave

    The City of Cuero shut off water to parts of East Morgan Avenue in order to fix a damaged water main early Monday morning, affecting over a dozen homes in the area. The water shut off will affect all homes on the 400 to 700 block of East Morgan Avenue.

  • Victoria Crime Stoppers continue search for suspect in tree poisoning case

    Victoria Crime Stoppers is looking for information about a criminal mischief.  On March 29, 2018 the owner of the Heritage Mark building at 5606 N Navarro St reported that three trees on the property had likely been poisoned and then subsequently died.  Diesel fuel could be smelled in the soil around the bases of the trees.  The leaves had fallen from the trees and the grass around the base of the trees had also died and turned brown.  The trees have been at t...
  • Hawaii volcano unleashes more small blasts, snaking lava

    HONOLULU (AP) - Small explosions at the summit of an erupting Hawaii volcano could send ash into communities. Scientists say the blasts happened Monday, including one after a magnitude-5.4 earthquake. Ash expelled from the Kilauea volcano may cause poor visibility and slippery conditions for drivers. The Big Island volcano has been erupting for more than a month, sending lava into neighborhoods from cracks in the ground and destroying hundreds of homes. A river of molten rock ...
  • Port of Corpus Christi Secures Funding in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ FY2018 Work Plan

    Corpus Christi, TX, USA – The Port of Corpus Christi achieved yet another milestone with today’s release of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps of Engineers) FY’18 Work Plan. Included in the Corps of Engineers navigation construction budget was nearly $23 million for the Corpus Christi Channel Improvement Project designed to deepen and widen one of the Nation’s busiest waterways. 

  • Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet 1 on 1

    SINGAPORE (AP) - For better part of an hour, President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will square off one on one, alone but for a pair of translators. 

  • Your internet use could change as 'net neutrality' ends

    NEW YORK (AP) - Your ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change - though not right away - following Monday's official repeal of Obama-era internet protections.  

  • Victoria woman left with damaged windshield after rock throwing incident

    A Victoria woman said she was hit with a rock while driving near the Tanglewood area. 

  • Victoria Girl gets big surprise at her lemonade stand

    It's hot enough for a lemonade stand and that's exactly what Juliza did Sunday afternoon in Victoria.  

  • Hot Car Temperature Risks

    Temperatures in a parked car can reach over 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Journalist Gene Apodaca dead at 45

    A longtime journalist who got his start in Texas has died. Gene Apodaca started at the CBS affiliate in Odessa. He worked at the ABC affiliates in Corpus Christi and Houston. Apodaca most recently worked in New York at New York 1.  Family and friends buried Apodaca today in his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Apodaca died May 22nd of a heart attack. He was 45-years-old.  You can read more here.

  • Haley Singer's memory lives on

    On May 28 2014 Haley was killed when her home exploded. Newscenter 25's David Gibson attended the memorial tournament and tells us more about the scholarship fund. With every swing and shot it goes to a good foundation.

  • “Alexa, Turn on the TV", Amazon introduces Fire TV Cube

    SEATTLE- Amazon announces Fire TV Cube, a hands-free 4K Ultra HD streaming media player with Alexa, allowing you to control your TV from across the room. 

  • Generals Get Win Over Marshals

    The Generals, starting a two-game homestand Friday night. 

  • Generals' Strike Out Cancer Night Saturday

    Saturday night, the Generals have their fifth annual Strike Out Cancer night. 

  • Former East Baseball Player Makes All-Star Team

    Big honor for a former Titan baseball player. 

  • Justice Sotomayor writing book on kids with 'challenges'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor is working on a book about kids with "life challenges," such as attention deficit disorder, autism, blindness and diabetes.   

  • Update: Child dies, mother charged after US 59 accident

    The Texas Department of Public Safety has confirmed the 10 year old child ejected from a car after a US Highway 59 accident has died. The child was taken off life support this week before passing away.

  • Victoria bus stop dancer finds future in figures

    "I guess just going to the beat of the music I just make up my own dance," Victoria woman, Tracy Lopez said. 

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      The Vela family is not giving up hope in finding Antonio Vela Jr. after being missing for exactly one year. 

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      The Calhoun Citizens In Action held their annual Juneteenth celebration this weekend. Newscenter 25's David Gibson attended the event and tells about it. Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation of slavery in Texas on June 19th 1865. 

    • Eight people hurt in taxi crash in Moscow

      MOSCOW (AP) - Police in Moscow say eight people have been injured when a taxi crashed into pedestrians on a sidewalk near Red Square.      Police say the driver in the crash Saturday has been detained. Preliminary information indicated the driver lost control of the vehicle.      There were no immediate details on the severity of the pedestrians' injuries.      The accident took place on Ilinka Street, about 200 meters (650 feet) from Red S...
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      The Nave Museum is showcasing work by Benini. 

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      With hurricane season in full swing, the chance for flooding increases, and the DeWitt County Drainage District is trying to spread safety tips. Newscenter 25's David Gibson has more on how residents in Cuero, can prevent themselves from becoming the victims of flooding. I spoke to residents that learned from their experience in the 1998 flood and applied it to Hurricane Harvey.

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