A Victoria man who has been sick since March remains undiagnosed, as doctors across Texas struggle to figure out what is impairing his ability to breathe.
Most people’s perception of a hacker is a kid in his parents’ basement surrounded by Twinkies, said Larry Brusso, a security expert for D.E. Web Works.
Since Hurricane Harvey hit in 2017, the Victoria County Long-Term Recovery Group has received two grants from the American Red Cross to assist with recovery efforts in Victoria County, said Rick Villa, development coordinator for the group.
Texas Roadhouse restaurants across the state will donate 100% of their profits on Thursday to those affected by the El Paso shooting earlier this month that killed 22 and injured 24 others.
A street repair project on Navarro Street is scheduled to begin Sunday, according to a news release from the Texas Department of Transportation.
Eight people spoke against a homeless ordinance during a Victoria City Council meeting on Tuesday, and one person favored the proposed ordinance that would regulate where homeless people can sleep. A story on Page A1 Wednesday was not clear in the breakdown of speakers.
Victoria City Council on Tuesday delayed voting on an ordinance aimed at the homeless to allow more time for its members to research and consider it.
A 17-year-old Victoria man was taken to DeTar Hospital Navarro on Tuesday evening after he was struck by a vehicle in the Sonic Drive-In drive-thru at 8707 N. Navarro St.
CUERO – More than 100 people gathered at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum at noon Tuesday to honor Errol John Dietze, the first Eagle Scout in Cuero.
Investar Bank will acquire the Victoria branch of PlainsCapital Bank in One O’Connor Plaza, Investar Holding Corporation announced in a statement Tuesday.
A Victoria man was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 3300 block of Bottom Street after he led the Victoria Police Department on a vehicle chase through town, officials said.
The largest blood supplier in the Victoria area is urging residents to donate blood this month as Texas faces a critical blood shortage.
Join us Sunday at 3 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 12183 Farm-to-Market Road 236, to enjoy organ and choral music performed by Victoria-area musicians. This free concert will be presented in an informal format with opportunities to see the organ up close and learn more about the “King of Inst…
Suddenlink, joined by school board member Margaret Pruett and Principal Kelly Gabrysch, passed out free school supplies to every student attending Shields Elementary School on the first day of school.
The VISD Education Foundation announced the recipients for its Grants for Great Ideas program at the VISD Convocation on Aug. 9.
John Pierce and his 9-year-old son, Miles, have been exploring the stretch of Coleto Creek behind their sleepy 7½-acre property for years, often returning from their adventures with pieces of the past.
The windmill blade stuck in a Fulton tree has withstood several hurricanes, but its future wavered in the past month when insurance agents said it created liability problems for a home on the property.
YOAKUM – Red paper crabs, lobsters, an octopus and a multicolored paper fish hung from an orange net on the ceiling as students listened to a reading assignment Friday morning at Yoakum High School.
Recent Calhoun High School graduate Kenzi Butcher was chosen from a list of candidates to sing the national anthem July 30 at “VC Night at the Ballpark.”
Laura Brown, family nurse practitioner, has returned to Goliad Family Practice. She resumed her normal patient schedule Aug. 12 at the clinic. Also, Dr. Mark Heard continues to see patients at the clinic Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Victoria County commissioners Monday will discuss insurance proceeds related to work done on county buildings after Hurricane Harvey.
This is a listing of building permits issued by the city of Victoria from Aug. 8-14 for new commercial, commercial remodeling, new residential construction and manufactured homes.
When Esperanza Buentello had her quinceañera in June, only a couple of songs had played during her party when the power suddenly went out.
PORT O’CONNOR – When Hurricane Harvey struck almost two years ago, Port O’Connor was spared from most of the extensive damage that hit Coastal Bend cities like Rockport.
Soiled bunker gear was once worn back to fire stations with little concern, but departments across the country, including Victoria departments, are drastically changing how gear is cleaned and handled in efforts to prevent cancer.
Victoria City Council appears ready to approve an ordinance aimed at the homeless that would, if approved, make it an offense for anyone to camp in primarily residential areas or designated historic districts.
EMS Capt. Mark Martyn, of the Victoria Fire Department, said he did not even try claiming workers’ compensation when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2014.
A Sam’s Club employee was arrested Saturday evening after a caller threatened to shoot employees and customers at the North Navarro Street store.
Congressman Michael Cloud will host a discussion on border security and human trafficking at the University of Houston-Victoria’s Kay and Ron Walker Auditorium.
The Buchholz family live, work and care for each other on their 100-year-old Victoria farm. The Buchholz Farm is home to eight people who live in four houses on 52 acres.
Some people have traditions during vacations, like visit a brand new restaurant or a theme park. My personal traditions have changed throughout the years; when I was a child, we would go and take a family road trip to visit cousins and uncles who lived in the northern regions of New Mexico. …
Prior to breeding a female dog there are some things to keep in mind. She should be well conditioned and at optimal weight prior to breeding. Obesity can lead to infertility, dystocia (inability to give birth) and poor lactation (milk production). She should be up to date on vaccines, as wel…
Victoria’s Delaware Hotel began its life in 1908 when John E. and Helen Krapf Hall leased a building at 301 N. Main owned by the Victoria YMCA. The first floor, or street level, was remodeled to accommodate a lobby and large dining room. The second floor was divided into five guest rooms and…
Editor’s Note: Gushers and Dusters is compiled from reports filed by oil and gas operators with the Texas Railroad Commission in Austin. The Advocate does not independently verify the information reported.
As a staff member at the University of Houston-Victoria at Katy for more than 18 years, Rosemary McCusker feels a sense of duty to serve on the university’s Staff Council, build relationships and promote collaboration.
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- Bath & Body Works expands in Victoria Mall
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- 17-year-old struck by vehicle at Sonic Drive-In drive-thru
- Victoria man found guilty of assaulting deputy
- Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers seeks to hire general manager in Victoria
- Victoria police chase ends in arrest on an outstanding felony warrant
- Texas Roadhouse to donate Thursday's profits to El Paso victims