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DeWitt County's unemployment rate continues to improve and is still better than the state average.
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At Tuesday's council meeting, Mayor Paul Polasek presented an idea to redirect a portion of sales tax dollars from the Victoria Sales Tax Development Board, which focuses on economic development projects, and put that to use in neighborhoods.
Victoria County Sheriff's Office attempted to pull over a 2004 Ford F-250 southbound on U.S. Highway 59 early Tuesday morning when a plate check showed the vehicle was stolen, said Lt.
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Paul Tijerina, 29, is suspected of enticing or persuading a child between ages of 3 to 5 to engage in sexual conduct with him in photos and in a video that he saved and possibly transmitted on his Samsung Galaxy SIII cellphone from Dec. 13 to Jan. 3. A Victoria police detective analyzed the cellphone and found that Tijerina had installed an ... (more)
When 11 Bloomington High School seniors signed up for a nurse aide course, they quickly realized this was not just another class, but rather, a pathway to a solid health career.
Jesse Moreno, 28, of Victoria, marks the bases at the baseball fields next to Riverside Stadium.
The U.S. Post Offices will close at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Mail from the blue collection boxes on Main Street will be retrieved and postmarked April 15 as late as midnight Wednesday.
Two people were taken to Victoria hospitals Monday afternoon after a gold GMC rolled multiple times near the intersection on state Highway 185 and Eighth Street in Bloomington.
County Judge Don Pozzi, a Vietnam veteran, would not promise financial support, but said he would personally support the VA in finding drivers.
Editor's Note: An indictment is not an indication of guilt. It is a finding by a grand jury that enough evidence exists to warrant a trial.
Two women were taken to the hospital Sunday morning after the pickup they were in rolled on State Highway 185 near Farm-to-Market 1686.
Gloria Aoueille, 79, of Victoria, thought her car was in reverse when she hit the gas, Victoria police officer Robert Swanson said.
Linda Dyer was in a coma for one month, and when it came time to consider taking her off life support, she woke up.