Zach Brown

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Zachary Brown was born in Houston where he first gained interest in journalism at a young age. He got his start in broadcast news when he attended the University of Oklahoma and covered news for OU Nightly and many great Sooners teams (Boomer!).

Outside of work, the only thing he is passionate about are his Houston sports teams and Sooners football. He is excited to serve the Crossroads and is looking forward to exploring Victoria. Zach wants to get to know the community so never hesitate to say hello or give suggestions on where to find great food!


24-year-old local man shot in weekend shooting

This is an ongoing investigation

Top headlines in the Port Lavaca Wave

CCISD aims to increase security measures

Food Bank Continues To Stay Busy

Inflation and COVID-19 hitting families hard



Top headlines in the Port Lavaca Wave this week

Calhoun County approves lot purchases

U.S. Postal Service honors Mariachi music

"Mariachi Forever "stamps available

Grass fire in Lavaca County

Approximately 30 acres burned

City of Yoakum asking residents to limit water usage

Water system is struggling to meet demands

Gonzales man shot at local automotive shop Wednesday afternoon

Man was flown to San Antonio hospital

Victoria native donates bench to Vietnam Veterans Pavilion

Lopez was inspired by the bricks honoring Vietnam Veterans

Some call for resignation of board members in the Victoria I.S.D.

Concerned members of the public pack school board room Tuesday

Wharton County Sheriffs Office detains six after traffic stop

Hot and humid through the weekend with rain chances increasing next week.

Texas State Agencies Provide Mental Health Support, Financial Assistance To Hundreds In Uvalde Community

Governor Abbott appoints nine to Texas Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors

Victoria man appointed by Abbott

Vitality Court Senior Living earns city beautification award

Keep Victoria Beautiful recognizes local business

City of Victoria lighting project to brighten the southside

City plans to improve lighting

Commissioners vote to separate animal control division from public health department

Hallettsville man celebrates Juneteenth for the first time

Several Juneteenth celebrations taking place across Texas

Local biker club raises money for Uvalde victims’ families