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!

Articles

Mold Issues: The dangers of mold

"A lot of molds actually produce what's called a mycotoxin, which is a poison"

Victoria County Commissioner Precinct Two race heads to run-off

Jason Ohrt leads the race with Incumbent Kevin Janak following behind

Latest numbers for the Victoria County Commissioner Precinct Two Race

These numbers will be updated as votes are released

The Victoria County Commissioner Precinct Two Race

Four candidates are in the running for the Precinct Two seat

Sodalis Victoria Memory Care gives back to First Responders

"We wanted to show a token of appreciation for our first responders, they have done so much for the community..."

Nine new COVID-19 cases in Victoria County Wednesday

77 active COVID-19 cases in Victoria County

The CHW Mobile Resource Center will be hosting a Warming Center at First United Methodist Church

The church is located at 407 N Bridge St in Victoria

Victoria Police Department arrested three more people in connection to weekend shooting

The three individuals have also been charged with murder

Victoria I.S.D offering summer camps

The campuses chosen to host summer camps are Chandler, Dudley, O’Connor, and Shields elementary schools.

Victoria Police Department investigating weekend shooting that left one dead

Anyone with information regarding this incident can call Victoria Crime Stoppers at 361-572-4200

Sodalis Victoria Memory Care to host Drive-Thru First Responders Appreciation Lunch

The lunch is on Thursday, February 24, 2022

Victoria Native has her eyes set on the County Commissioner Precinct two seat

"I want to leverage my professional business career to be a servant leader in our community."

Headlines in the Port Lavaca Wave

Calhoun Port Authority to purchase equipment

Victoria ISD Education Foundation receives single largest gift in Foundation History

San Antonio-based Pearson Legal, P.C. awards the district the single largest give ever

Victoria County Precinct Two Commissioner Kevin Janak has eyes set on fifth re-election

Four candidates are in the running for the Precinct Two seat

Victoria County Commissioner Precinct Two Race

Four candidates are in the running for the Precinct Two seat

Suspect arrested in relation to Dairy Road fatality

Suspect is in custody at the VIctoria County Sheriff's Office.

78 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Victoria County Wednesday

Local hospital occupancy rate sits at 23.72% as of Wednesday

Nationwide Omicron surge brings more urgency for vaccinations

Come join us at 25 News Now, Thursday, Jan. 27 for your 3rd dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine or a COVID-19 test

Headlines in the Port Lavaca Wave

Point Comfort city administrator resigns

VISD preparing for 2022-23 early education programs registration

Tuesday, Feb. 1, Victoria ISD will open a pre-registration “Round-Up” for all community members interested in Head Start 3k, Pre-K, and Kindergarten classes.

Keep Victoria Beautiful to host Silver City neighborhood cleanup

The cleanup will be on March 5

Victoria East, West moving to 8-period day starting fall 2022

The District has opted for an 8-period day at the high schools for the 2022-2023 school year to allow students more opportunities.

Headlines in the Cuero Record

Ful-O-Pep is celebrating 40 years of business.

Vaccine Day Preview

Come join us at 25 News Now, Thursday, Jan. 27 for your 3rd dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine or a COVID-19 test

Several homeless people had to leave belongings behind after being kicked off land

If you need shelter or know someone that could need shelter from the cold, please contact Mid-Coast Family Services at 361-575-7842.

Smoke in the area believed to be from a prescribed burn at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge

Victoria area residents smelled and saw smoke Tuesday afternoon

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.