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  • One Year Anniversary Of 2 to 4 Inch Snowfall

     Victoria  - It was one year ago today, residents of the Crossroads woke up to a rare sight...snow! A strong cold front and passing storm system combined caused anywhere from two to four inches of snow to fall across the area. The Corpus Christi area received even more snow, four to five inches was recorded to have fallen there. 

  • Local Business Donates New Table to Victoria Family

    Mattress Furniture Depot in Victoria donated a new dining room table to a Victoria family who lost everything in Hurricane Harvey.

  • Thanksgiving week closures, trash collection and bus schedule

    (VICTORIA, TEXAS)  All non-emergency city offices, including the Victoria Public Library, will close Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the Thanksgiving Holidays. 

  • "Red White and You" Job Fair Thursday Morning at Victoria College

    Red White and You is a joint initiative supported by the Office of the Governor, Texas Medical Center, and the Texas Veterans commission to connect veterans and their spouses in Texas with employers who are seeking veterans' exceptional skills. 

  • Citizens Hospital Budget On Track

    Victoria - Despite the damage done by hurricane Harvey last year, citizens hospital is still set to make their budget. Mike Olsen, Citizens hospital CEO, spoke at this mornings Victoria Economic Development Partnership Meeting, about the budgeting issues the hospital has been facing since the storm. Olsen said that building A needed to be totally renovated, as well as replacement of the south tower roof and elevator systems. Olsen said that even though the hospital suffered signific...

  • New York Limo Crash Kills 20

    LATHAM, N.Y. (AP) - The Latest on a crash in upstate New York that killed 20 people (all times local):      4 p.m. The aunt of one of the victims in a limousine crash that killed 20 people in upstate New York says the vehicle was on its way to a birthday celebration. Valerie Abeling says newlyweds Erin Vertucci and Shane McGowan were among those killed. She says Vertucci was 34 and McGowan was 30.  Abeling says her daughter had been invited along but was unable to...
  • Game of the Week: St. Joseph High School Cheerleaders

    Newscenter 25's Sunrise Reporter Abbi Rocha checked in with St. Joseph High School Flyer Cheerleaders to see how they are preparing for tonight's big game against Yorktown. The game will be held at Memorial Stadium, Kickoff at 7:30 pm. St. Joseph High School in Victoria is opened in 1868, this year they are celebrating their 150th anniversary. 

  • Bootfest Line Up

    Bootfest 2018 will take over De Leon Plaza in Victoria October 5th and 6th. Bootfest is recognized as one of the premiere music festivals in South Texas. The Bootfest Main Stage will feature rock acts with a focus on tributes to legendary rock groups. Other activities include a large kids' corral, western crafters and performers, a car, truck, & motorcycle show, great food and merchandise vendors, a washers tournament. Local rock and blues favorites the Hot Attacks are the firs...

  • Victoria Emergency Manager talks Wednesday's national alert

    For the first time ever, a presidential national wireless emergency alert will be sent out across the nation, and our local officials in the Crossroads will be looking out for it.

  • Dallas Man Arrested in Woman's Stabbing Death

    DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas man has been arrested in the fatal stabbing of a Texas woman at her apartment. Dallas Police on Saturday said Jeremy 38-year-old Todd Meeks was charged with capital murder in the death of 24-year-old Lin Wang. Wang and her roommate were stabbed at their apartment on Sept. 21.      Police say Meeks was arrested on an unrelated burglary warrant on Friday and confessed to the stabbings during a video-recorded interview. An arrest affidavit says Meeks...

  • Deadly Hit and Run off Rio Grande and Delmar Drive

    VICTORIA- Police are searching for answers after what appears to be a deadly hit and run accident off of East Rio Grande and Delmar Drive near the Victoria Food Bank. According to VPD an unidentified Hispanic male is deceased. They are currently working on finding the vehicle that hit him. The area has little traffic, so they do not believe there were any witnesses.  If anyone has that lives near the area has any information they are urged to call the VPD non-emergency num...

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    Local Firefighting Volunteers Win September Pay It Forward Award

    Today is Pay it Forward Thursday and it's time to give away our monthly thousand dollar grant to a worthy person or organization in the Crossroads...and today is a special day because a record number of votes were cast for today's grantees who put out fires.

  • Caregiver charged in knife attack on newborns

    NEW YORK (AP) - A 52-year-old caregiver has been charged in the knife attack on five people, including three newborn babies, at a New York City home that was apparently being used as an unlicensed nursery for new mothers and their children.      Prosecutors say Yufen Wang, of Flushing, Queens, was arraigned Monday on charges of attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon. A message left with her lawyer wasn't immediately returned.      Wang is ...
  • Dozen sick after visit to Fayetteville restaurant

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Health officials have said they are investigating a currently unidentified outbreak after 51 people reported falling ill after a visit to a Fayetteville restaurant.      Arkansas Department of Health spokeswoman Meg Mirivel said in a release Monday symptoms included diarrhea, vomiting and fever, but there have been no hospitalizations among those who ate at JJ's Beer Garden and Brewery.      Officials said the illness has gener...
  • Bootfest In Need Of Volunteers

    Victoria - Bootfest 2018 is just a few weeks away, and they are still in need of volunteers to help make this years festival a success. O.C. Garza with the city of Victoria, says that they plan for about 600 volunteers for Bootfest each year, and they still need about 200 more to meet their goal for this year. Garza says that volunteering at Bootfest is a great way to both help your community and to meet new people. No matter what you volunteer interest is, Garza says their is ...
  • VISD Still Looking For Your Opinion

    VISD Needs Your Opinion To Make The District Even Better.

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    Goliad Pet Adoption Center is Awarded August Pay It Forward Award

    It is Pay It Forward Thursday, and a thousand dollar check is awarded to Goliad Pet Adoption for all of their hard work that they do for the pets of Goliad.

  • Local Company Hosts New Classes For Students

    In a first of its kind class, a local company hopes to train young minds so they can have a brighter future. 

  • Patti Welder First Day Pep Rally

    The first day of school is a day of celebration, and that what they did this morning at Patti Welder middle school

  • UHV Receives New Land For Athletic Facilities

    Looking to expand its athletic facilities, the University of Houston Victoria, now has the means to do just that, thanks to a recent generous gift.

  • Hurricane Harvey Recovery Group Plans Benefit Concert

    The one year anniversary of hurricane Harvey is almost here, and a local group is planning a special event to commemorate it

  • Refugio Receives Help from Youth Group Missionaries

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    Local After School Group Sews Up Monthly Pay It Forward Grant

    A local after school group in the Victoria area sews up monthly Pay It Forward prize.

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    Local Ministry Awarded Pay it Forward Grant


  • Edna Walmart Closing

    Edna - After twenty six years of service, the Edna Walmart will be closing down their doors, a Walmart spokesperson confirmed.

    The store will officially close on July 20th. 

    Spokesperson Ann Hatfield said this about the closure  "The decision to close our Edna store is not an easy one... we are grateful to the customers who have given us the privilege of serving them in Edna. "

  • Coast Guard medevacs crewmember 46 miles offshore Matagorda, Texas

    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coast Guard medevaced a 54-year-old man approximately 46 miles offshore of Matagorda, Texas, Monday morning. 

  • Meeting over border wall US funding bill postponed to next week

    WASHINGTON (AP) - A meeting between President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders in Congress has been postponed until next week.      

  • NASA spacecraft rockets toward sun for closest look yet

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - NASA has launched a spacecraft to the sun that will fly closer to our star than anything ever sent before. 

  • Day 4 of the Marq Perez Trial

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

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