Valerie Perez

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Valerie Perez is originally from Dallas. She joined Newscenter25 in August of 2020. Ever since she was young, Valerie always loved reading, writing, storytelling, and photography. While obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Communications from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, she found a calling in broadcast journalism. After graduating, and then continuing onto graduate school, she gained experience in political coverage, local investigative reporting, and social media analytics. Through her reporting, Valerie enjoys getting to know her community, informing the public, and helping keep others safe. Reach out to her at vperez@victoriatelevision.com with story ideas. And you can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @valerie-pereztv  

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DeWitt County voting registration ends Jan. 31

Here is the information

Victoria County Judge issues burn ban

Burn ban becomes effective on Friday, Jan. 14

Press briefing kicks off TAAF Winter Games

TAAF Winter Games open to public all weekend

CRH hosting local blood drive

Cuero Regional Hospital collecting blood donations

UPDATE: Suspect in fatal Marshal-involved shooting identified as J.D. Lane

On Wednesday, Jan. 5, several law enforcement departments responded to a shooting on Lawndale street

UPDATE: Man fatally shot by US Marshal identified

Name of man killed in Marshal-involved shooting released

Local political party chairs share thoughts on Jan. 6 insurrection

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 federal officers responded to an insurrection at the U.S. capitol

Tesla recalls vehicles, due to safety issues

Tips on how to keep New Years resolutions

Victoria Police working emergency scene near Sam Houston Dr. and N. Ben Jordan St.

Police in area of 2000 block of Lawndale Avenue since around 3 p.m.

Salvation Army shelter extends hours, warming shelter offers hotel vouchers

Drivers survive two vehicle crash on FM 447, DPS confirms three injured

Officials are still investigating the wreck's cause

New Years Eve traffic safety tips

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office arrest two suspects accused in Benjamin Loera’s death

Body of Benjamin Loera found in Seguin Dec. 20, 2021

VCSO responded to an immigration violation

One male was riding inside of train car with unknown medical issue

Victoria Police arrest three suspects in Christmas Eve shooting

Victim expected to make full recovery

Old Landmark Committee hosts second annual toy and food donation drive

The event was a drive-thru which sent those who came by off with a bag of groceries, toys, and a BBQ sandwich

Woman attempts to rebuild home, says contractor stole $45,000

VPD Retirement Walkout ceremony honors 2 longstanding officers

Retirement walkout ceremony brings back good memories, and nostalgic tears

Veterans of Foreign Wars in Victoria make large toy donation delivery to 25 News Now

More than $2000 in toys donated to Toys for Tots

Victoria Public Library Board votes to keep LGBTQ books

Citizens, including parents and a certified school counselor, voice their concerns during the meeting

OLV’s Lessons and Carols prayer service invites non-Christians to join

Home fire caused by cigarette ashtray, officials say

Family safely escaped with no major injuries but loses home

Christmas decorations in the Crossroads

Homeless coalition currently accepting holiday donations

Port Lavaca police department brings back blue Santa program

UHV gets large donations and hosts fall commencement ceremonies

Tornadoes swept through southern states, tips on how to prepare beforehand

Officials arrest fugitive from DeWitt county in Austin

3 people test positive for omicron variant in Fort Bend

Victoria Crime Stoppers seeking information on fugitive Bedford

Andrew Alvarez announces campaign for 27th District seat in Congress

Jackson County Sheriff A.J. Louderback announces primary run for U.S. Congress District 27

Louderback visiting Edna, Victoria and Corpus Christi

Twin Pines staff, hospice care, and San Miguel family celebrate grandmother’s 107 birthday

Buckner says the nursing home believes in a familial-like lifestyle

Twin Pines nursing home celebrates an elderly woman’s 107 birthday

An elderly woman in the crossroads turns 107 years old.

Victoria’s Chamber of Commerce Transportation conference hosts keynote speaker, Texas A&M’s Chancellor John Sharp

On Tuesday, Dec. 7, there were two guest speakers at the local Chamber of Commerce Transportation conference held at UHV.

Annual Christmas parade sparks new tradition

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

State covid-19 cases, concerns are still over delta variant