Counties throughout the Crossroads were bracing for increased levels of rainfall and possible flooding Monday before Tropical Storm Beta was expected to make landfall.
More than three years after Hurricane Harvey devastated much of South Texas, three critical institutions in the Crossroads are still battling with their insurance companies over how much damage the storm caused and how much money they are owed.
Two more deaths were reported in the Crossroads, one in Victoria and the other in DeWitt county, Wednesday bringing the death toll from COVID-19 related illnesses to 200.
Free testing sites have been a fixture in the Crossroads since late April. Military medics wielding cotton swabs and clad in camouflage or plastic gowns traveled across the state in an effort to get Texans tested, including thousands of Crossroads residents. For months, demand and availabili…
Victoria County officials reported on Friday the deaths of two more residents who had contracted COVID-19, bringing the county’s death toll to 61.
Another five Victoria County residents have died from coronavirus-related complications, Victoria County officials said Monday.
The Victoria County Office of Emergency Management reported one death Sunday related to COVID-19, according to a news release from the county.
Three more Crossroads residents have died of complications from COVID-19, officials said Tuesday, as the number of confirmed cases passed the 7,000 mark in the region.
As heavy rainfall accompanied Hurricane Hanna farther down the Texas coast, a flash flood watch was in effect in Calhoun, Victoria and Refugio counties until 1 a.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Keep-U-Neat Cleaners in Port Lavaca used to get 300 to 400 laundering and dry cleaning orders a day, employee Mary Alice Briseño said, but with the pandemic suppressing the economy and workers trading formal wear for pajamas, orders dropped by half.
How are local sheriffs enforcing Gov. Greg Abbott’s July 2 executive order requiring Texans to wear masks? There are as many answers to this question as there are counties in the Crossroads.
For nearly three years after Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf Coast, Edward Berlanga, 56, of Refugio, and his family lived in a home with damaged floors, leaky roofs and no electricity or running water.
The number of COVID-19 patients admitted to local healthcare facilities in Victoria and the surrounding counties reached the highest levels of the pandemic Friday.
Seven Crossroads residents with COVID-19 have died in recent days as the respiratory disease continues to spread throughout the region. Also, the number of hospitalized patients continues to climb.
Corpus Christi and Victoria are the areas where the average number of new cases is growing the fastest when adjusted for population, according to researchers based in Corpus Christi.
COVID-19 case numbers have shot upward throughout the Crossroads in recent weeks. But Goliad and Refugio counties are the exception to the rule.
For Victoria taxi companies, face coverings are key to not only the health of their employees and customers but also their businesses.
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The coronavirus is so widespread in Victoria that just being in a crowd of people without a mask is enough to consider yourself exposed to the virus, the county’s top health official said Tuesday.
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