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  • Leigh Waldman

    Leigh Waldman

    Leigh Waldman's passion for storytelling started in college after her first journalism professor told her about the power and influence journalists can have.

    Leigh Waldman's passion for storytelling started in college after her first journalism professor told her about the power and influence journalists can have.

  • Bill Alexander

    Bill Alexander

    Bill Alexander is the chief meteorologist for Newscenter 25.

    Bill Alexander is the chief meteorologist for Newscenter 25.

  • Don Brubaker

    Don Brubaker

    Don Brubaker has been sports director at Newscenter 25 since August, 1984.

    Don Brubaker has been sports director at Newscenter 25 since August, 1984.

  • James Muñoz

    James Muñoz

    James Muñoz has worked in seven Texas television newsrooms since 1998. He currently serves as morning anchor at Newscenter25. Muñoz is a graduate of Texas Tech University and an author.

    James Muñoz has worked in seven Texas television newsrooms since 1998. He currently serves as morning anchor at Newscenter25. Muñoz is a graduate of Texas Tech University and an author.

  • Haley Closson

    Haley Closson

    Haley Closson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and developed an interest in all things entertainment at a very young age.

    Haley Closson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and developed an interest in all things entertainment at a very young age.

  • Trey Meynig

    Trey Meynig

    Born and raised in the Beaumont-Port Arthur area, my interest in weather started at an early age with an home weather station during my jr high and high school years.

    Born and raised in the Beaumont-Port Arthur area, my interest in weather started at an early age with an home weather station during my jr high and high school years.

  • Sean Coffey

    Sean Coffey

    Sean Coffey is a Westchester County, New York native, Sean attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, receiving a degree in English and Marketing in 2017.

    Sean Coffey is a Westchester County, New York native, Sean attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, receiving a degree in English and Marketing in 2017.

  • Alan Espejel

    Alan Espejel

    Alan has worked in the broadcast industry since 2014, working as a freelance camera operator for Texas High School Football and a freelance Play-by-Play and Color Commentator for Texas High School Sports.

    Alan has worked in the broadcast industry since 2014, working as a freelance camera operator for Texas High School Football and a freelance Play-by-Play and Color Commentator for Texas High School Sports.

  • Abbi Rocha

    Abbi Rocha

    Abbi started her journalism career at Louisiana State University where she worked for the campus news station Tiger TV, and interned at WBRZ Channel 2 in Baton Rouge. She grew up in Keller, Texas and is thrilled to be back in her home state.

    Abbi started her journalism career at Louisiana State University where she worked for the campus news station Tiger TV, and interned at WBRZ Channel 2 in Baton Rouge. She grew up in Keller, Texas and is thrilled to be back in her home state.

  • David Gibson

    David Gibson

    David is excited to begin his broadcast career in the Crossroads. He was born in League City, Texas. His passion for journalism came during his childhood when he loved to write and tell stories.

    David is excited to begin his broadcast career in the Crossroads. He was born in League City, Texas. His passion for journalism came during his childhood when he loved to write and tell stories.

  • Griselda Perez

    Griselda Perez

    Griselda Perez is from the Dallas/Fort Worth area where she began her work in the news industry.

    Griselda Perez is from the Dallas/Fort Worth area where she began her work in the news industry.

    • Trump plan to reclassify nuke waste alarms environmentalists

      SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - The Trump administration has proposed reclassifying some radioactive waste left from the production of nuclear weapons to make disposal cheaper and easier.      

    • Pet Adoption of Cuero shares holiday cheer with pet stockings

      The season of giving has arrived even for our four legged family members. Pet Adoptions of Cuero is hosting an event to fill stockings for all the animals at their shelter. 

    • Mockingbird Lane narrowed to one lane across Navarro, beginning on December 11

      (VICTORIA, TEXAS) Beginning at 3 a.m. on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, the City will reduce Mockingbird Lane to westbound only traffic from Gemini Court, across Navarro Street, to Lilac Lane to install underground utilities. 

    • Postal Service prepared for the holidays with extended retail hours at many post offices

      VICTORIA, TX — The U.S. Postal Service is prepared for the holiday season and will offer extended retail hours at many locations. 

    • 2nd Annual Veterans Jingle Bell Run in Victoria

      VICTORIA, Texas- The 2nd Annual Veterans Jingle Bell Run took place Saturday evening at the Post Acute Medical Center, located at 101 James Coleman Dr. 80 runners participated in the 5k, dawning on their most festive running gear. Several vendors came out and donated their time, as did a DJ. Veterans from all branches of the military were in attendance, either working the event or running in the run/walk. Last year, this even raised enough money to put together 100 Christmas ...
    • HEB Kicks Off Toys For Tots 2018

      VICTORIA, Texas- HEB stores in Victoria kicked off Toys For Tots 2018. 

    • Update: Mussett refused sexual advances before attack, claims witness

      A key witness of the prosecution took the stand Friday morning in the murder trial of Isaiah Cardenas, the man accused of killing Rachael Mussett.

    • Tree of Angels Honor Lost Lives

      The holiday season is here,and for many, that means rejoicing with family. However Port Lavaca is honoring those who are no longer here, yet very much a part of a hurting family. 

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    • What is each state's favorite holiday movie?

      No other American holiday generates entertainment content like Christmas. Thanksgiving? Only if you count football. Halloween? Not there yet—but it’s gaining, Morticia. Valentine’s Day? Romantic comedies are still only an inconvenient fraction of your dating life, just being honest. When it comes to cozying up for the season with tales of giving, receiving, and learning “valuable life lessons” (not to mention fab winter fashions and tie-in toys), you ca...

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