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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.

  • Chris Jacobs

    Chris Jacobs

    Chris is honored to begin his journalism career in the Crossroads.

    Chris is honored to begin his journalism career in the Crossroads.

  • 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.

  • Jasmine Haynes

    Jasmine Haynes

    Jasmine Haynes is from Conroe, Texas. She received her bachelor’s in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Texas-Austin in 2010.

    Jasmine Haynes is from Conroe, Texas. She received her bachelor’s in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Texas-Austin in 2010.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Jesse Kelley

    Jesse Kelley

    Jesse isn't just a weather geek; he was a defensive tackle for the University of South Alabama Football Team.

    Jesse isn't just a weather geek; he was a defensive tackle for the University of South Alabama Football Team.

  • Amber Joseph

    Amber Joseph

    You can catch Amber Joseph on air and online at CrossroadsToday.com or on our facebook page. Amber Joseph interned at Talent Cube and BlackSheepHTX as a content writer/blogger in Dallas, Texas and Austin, Texas.

    You can catch Amber Joseph on air and online at CrossroadsToday.com or on our facebook page. Amber Joseph interned at Talent Cube and BlackSheepHTX as a content writer/blogger in Dallas, Texas and Austin, Texas.

  • 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.

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    • Gun Found at Industrial HS

      A student brought a gun to the Industrial High school campus to trade for an electronic cigarette with another student. Officials say nobody was in danger at any time on Thursday.  

    • USPS today celebrates love of all kinds with the Love Flourishes Forever stamp

      PHOENIX — The U.S. Postal Service today celebrates love of all kinds with the dedication of  the Love Flourishes Forever stamp during a first-day-of-issue ceremony at the CREATIVATION conference held at the Phoenix Convention Center. Love Flourishes is the latest stamp in the popular Love series, which began 45 years ago. The stamp art features a fanciful garden of colorful flowers surrounding the word “Love” written in cursive script. Hand-painted by arti...
    • DeTar Hospital welcomes new CEO

      DeTar Hospital will hold an event Thursday evening welcoming their new CEO.  DeTar Hospital will come their new Chief Executive Officer, Gary Malaer, at DeTar Hospital Navarro Medi Center Thursday, January 18th, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.  Most recently, Mr. Malaer served as CEO of Carolinas Hospital System in Florence, S.C. Equipped with more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience, he has worked at hospitals across Texas and Florida. He holds a master's degree in...

    • VPD respond to shooting on Regency Ave

      VPD Officers responded to shots fired at the 100 block of Regency Avenue at 1:30 this afternoon. An injured man was located. The man was transported by VFD to Citizens Medical Center where he is being treated for non life-threatening injuries. 

    • Victoria County receives Silver ranking from Texas Healthy Community Program

      The Victoria County Public Health Department met with community leaders to discuss ongoing plans to promote healthy living. During the meeting, health officials revealed the results of the county's Texas Healthy Community assessment. 

    • Disaster Unemployment Benefit Payments for Hurricane Harvey Ending in February

      AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) reminds individuals whose employment or self-employment was impacted by Hurricane Harvey and who are receiving disaster unemployment benefits that their payments will end in February 2018. The Disaster Assistance Period for Hurricane Harvey ends Feb. 24, 2018, which means the benefit week ending Feb. 24, 2018, is the final payable week for customers receiving Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) for Hurricane Harvey. As per federa...
    • Stroman Middle School closed Friday due to heating repairs

      The Stroman campus will be closed on Friday, January 19th, and students will not report to school. Stroman students will not be required to make up this attendance day. 

    • T. Boone Pickens' Pampa ranch is for sale

      T. Boone Pickens' first goal for the ranch was to enrich the land and returning it to an oasis for wildlife, much of which is back to its natural state of lush natural grasses which have never been grazed. It’s the perfect environment to protect thousands of quail and wildlife.

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