Adam Seibel

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Adam Seibel is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He made his first appearance on the news at a young age when a local station got some b-roll of him, and his recently decimated home destroyed by a tornado. Adam got his start in journalism through his school’s yearbook club and later attended the University of Oklahoma in Norman where he studied broadcast journalism. 

When not on the job Adam enjoys anything outdoors, from fishing to riding his longboard. He also enjoys live music performances and is an avid Sooner football fan (he said he’ll be sure to leave the OU shirts at home if he visits Austin). Adam joined 25 News Now as a multi-skilled journalist in June 2021. If you see him around town feel free to say hi and get to know him!


Celebratory gunfire leads to gas leak at home in Houston

A fourth of July celebration in a Houston neighborhood could have ended in an explosion

COVID-19 case numbers announced

Texas has 291 new confirmed COVID-19 cases

Victoria I.S.D. community meetings scheduled

Meetings are scheduled for July 21 and 22, at 6 p.m.

Victoria hosts Fourth of July event

Fireworks, a free concert, and a carnival open to the public

Restoration House ministries Gleanings resale shop offering free showers

Free showers year-round to anyone who would like one

Formosa Plastics is granted tax abatement by Calhoun Port Authority

The plastics company is granted a 10-year tax abatement

New bill aims to designate ZIP code for Sargent, Texas

77416 would serve as the unique ZIP code for Sargent

Deputies investigate three undocumented immigrant incidents

Victoria County Sheriff's deputies investigated three separate incidents on Monday, June 28, 2021 involving illegal aliens

Cuero Regional Hospital’s telehealth program adds behavioral counseling

Appointments can be made by calling 361-275-0170

Governor Greg Abbott amends border crisis disaster declaration to include partnering counties

"This amended declaration will ensure that resources and support are surged where they are needed most"

Stolen vehicle suspect still on the run

Police still looking for the driver

United Way of the Crossroads Hosts Summer of Caring

Six weeks of prompts, activities, and opportunities to get the Crossroads connected

Governor Abbott allocates additional $94.6M emergency education relief funding for Texas higher education

"Higher education is a crucial component of our economic recovery"

Museum offering visitors to participate in summerlong ‘Explore Victoria Mammoth Hunt’

Visitors can compete for vouchers to Uncle Mutt's Bar-B-Q through Sept. 4

Emergency order issued to restrict movement of deer from breeding facilities where chronic waste disease has been detected

264 facilities now have restrictions

Jury convicts Houstonian in human smuggling conspiracy

Francisco Javier Lapop could face up to ten years in federal prison

Three Texas men sentenced to prison for using dating app to target gay men for violent crimes

Defendants admitted to kidnapping, carjacking, and hate crimes

Beaumont man convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm

David Terrell Christian wanted fugitive

Fire destroys mobile home near Thomaston

Officials believe a wall outlet caused the fire

Victoria College Foundation awards grant to Welder Center

One of the grants went towards a 4K camera