Cristian Delgado

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I was born and raised in the historical island of Galveston, Texas. After doing U.I.L Theatre at Ball High School, I moved to San Marcos, Texas to attend Texas State University to study Computer Information Systems. After my first year, I decided to change my major to Electronic Media after watching what my friends were studying versus what I was studying and I never looked back. I would later join the university radio station, KTSW 89.9, as a Sports and News reporter. From conducting post-game interviews with coaches to writing news stories, I got my first taste of what’s to come. I knew I was graduating early so I wanted to try as many things as I could while in college so I became the university mascot, Boko the Bobcat, which was an incredible experience. Afterward, I still wasn’t satisfied with my time in college yet so I decided to join the Texas State Athletics- ESPN+ department as a production assistant in my final college semester. I’m excited to start my career as an MMJ here in Victoria.

I love all things outdoors from hiking with my 2-year-old Aussie/Russell mix, jogging, and playing sports. I also love playing chess against anyone looking for a good match. You can usually find me cheering on my favorite teams, the San Francisco 49ers, and the San Antonio Spurs. If you see me around, don’t be afraid to say howdy!


Victoria I.S.D board is reviewing proposed redistricting map of trustee districts

The board will have to finalize a decision by February 6

A Victoria County jury convicts man on two different charges of assault

The charges stemmed from two separate incidents in June and July of 2021.   

Victoria Party Chairs speak on the Texas’ 27th Congressional District election

Eight candidates are in the race for the 27th congressional seat

Victoria family seeks answers following U.S. Marshal-involved shooting incident

"they murdered him and took his life and we are suffering"

City of Port Lavaca celebrates the completion of Lighthouse Beach Pier

"Today's celebration is not to only recognize the completion of this pier but also completion of all of our public assistance grant projects as a result of Hurricane Harvey"

Port Lavaca Train Depot construction is underway

"Port Lavaca used to be a destination place and we hope to make that happen again"

71-year-old Edna man dies in lawnmower incident

Justice of the Peace - Precinct #2 Judge Cyndi Poulton pronounced the man dead at the scene

Vehicle fire at Sam’s parking lot

No one was hurt in the incident

Missing Vanderbilt teen found dead near Seguin after two month investigation

Three suspects are in custody in connection to the investigation.

Port Lavaca Police Department toy drive, Blue Santa, volunteers begin gift wrapping toys ahead of Christmas week distribution

Hundreds of toys were donated by community members

Annual Christmas parade sparks new tradition

The 30 plus Murillo family participated in the annual Christmas parade with a traditionally decorated float.

Melvin Louis Fabian’s family share moments after the trial

Melvin Louis Fabian's family are still morning their loss and shared their feelings after hearing the trial's setence determination.

Texas Department of Public Safety investigating fatal hit and run incident in Telferner

Anyone with information is asked to contact Texas DPS

CDC confirms the first Omicron variant case in the United States, area hospitals prepare to combat the new threat.

Local health experts advise everyone to continue the same safety measures we've had since the pandemic began.

Refugio family wants answers following death of loved one

"We'll do what it takes to get the justice he deserves,"

City of Port Lavaca Employees hailed as heroes after near-drowning incident

All three employees were later recognized by city council for their heroic acts with a plaque

Texas General Land Office celebrates 4,000+ Homeowner Assistance Programs homes

On Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 12:00 p.m. the Texas General Land Office (GLO) team will celebrate with a key hand-off in Port Lavaca

City of Victoria closings for Thanksgiving

Here is what will be closed during the Thanksgiving week

Victoria Police searching for a man following hit and run incident

The car crash occurred on the intersection of Sam Houston and Mockingbird

Walk with the Homeless event spreading awareness of the homeless experience in Victoria

Several non-profits participated in the nearly two mile walk

A woman is suing the City of Port Lavaca and three police officers after tasing incident in 2018

Attorney says her client still suffers PTSD from the incident.

Fire at Victoria home being ruled an accidental fire

Investigators still searching for the cause of the fire

Black teen says he was shocked with taser by other teens dressed as KKK clan members in Woodsboro

Six other people were terrorized and chased by the same group of teens

Authorities still waiting on victim names in Mission Valley shooting

Identification of the victims could come as early as Thursday as autopsy results are released

Victoria West High School students to have a virtual shared lunch with local veterans

Victoria West students will have an opportunity to pay respect and forge new and lasting relationships with veterans at the Victoria County Veterans Center.

Pet Adoption of Cuero gets a helping hand from the Cuero Gobblers Football team

Cuero football players spend their morning walking shelter dogs

Victoria ISD Superintendent speaks on election results

Two of the four propositions on the ballot passed

Victoria County Democratic Chair shares thoughts on proposed constitutional amendments

All proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments passed

U.S. Marshals execute arrest warrant in Victoria

The arrest took place on the corner of North Laurent and Mesquite

Victoria political party members share thoughts on upcoming election ballot

Both sides talk about the proposed constitutional amendments

Storage garage at Edna home destroyed by fire

No one was hurt in the fire

Local heart doctor produces over 130 paintings over the pandemic

Doctor credits his scientific mind, cultural background and imagination as a driving factor in each of his paintings

Victoria East Titans band heads to Weslaco for U.I.L. competition

Parents and family members cheer on the Titans as they load onto the buses

University of Houston – Victoria partners with Innovation Collective

UHV secures a $915,000 partnership with Innovation Collective to help increase entrepreneurship and economic development

Former police chief sues City of Shiner

Lawsuit accusing Shiner City leaders of retaliation

Victoria Crimestoppers is seeking information on a fugitive

Updated: Victoria Crimestoppers suspect arrested

Updated: Nicholas Moore arrested