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Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
If you've ever had your vehicle broken into, you know how much that sucks. When you lose your valuables, it can be quite costly to replace them, especially if they're tools or other expensive items you need for your job. That's the case in this week's Victoria Crime Stoppers Crim…
Are More Chain Restaurants Coming to Victoria?
While some restaurants have closed their doors in Victoria (Johnny Carino's, Montana Mike's, Chipotle, just to name a few), there may be others coming to take their place.
In a published article in the Victoria Advocate, Retail Coach senior vice president Aaron Farmer told the Victoria Chamber of Com…
Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
This week, Victoria Crime Stoppers is looking for information about the burglary of a cell phone store.
According to police, on January 20th at approximately 4:10 am,  a business on the 6200 block of North Navarro Street was broken into...
Victoria Crime Stoppers Fugitive Friday
It’s Fugitive Friday and Victoria Crime Stoppers is looking for information regarding the location of two fugitives-Brittany Galeana and Tyler Fuhrken.
As of today (Feb 8), Galeana and Fuhrken both have outstanding warrants. Galeana has a warrant for Parole Violation...
Victoria Named Among Recession-Proof U.S. Cities
Is a recession on the horizon? A recent survey by Duke University of CEO's across the country seem to think so, around half think by the end of this year, but as many as 82% think by the end of next year. There are some U.S. cities that may be better places to be if the recession does hit, and …
Texas Tech Basketball Parodies ESPN Commercials
If you're a sports fan, you've probably seen those clever poromos they run for Sportscenter using athletes and team mascots in the ESPN office setting. I've always thought they were pretty funny. So, Texas Tech decided to use the same approach to promote their basketball team with hil…
Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
This week, Victoria Crime Stoppers needs your help solving a burglary of a business.
On January 10th of this year at approximately 8:30 am, a business on the 1900 block of North Ben Wilson Street was broken into. The suspects used a dark red or maroon Chevrolet SUV with black rims during the crime...

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