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“Police” Phone Scam Hits Port Lavaca
You've probably heard about scammers calling people claiming to be from the IRS or some other government agency in attempts to get them to pay money, usually via a prepaid card or money gram. While that ought to raise a red flag in and of itself, scammers are using an app that spoofs the caller…
Over $1 Million in Unpaid Red Light Tickets in Port Lavaca
The City of Port Lavaca is discontinuing the use of red light cameras this week and as of the end of last year, a reported $1,353,283 in fines remain unpaid.
Officials say nearly 38,000 tickets were generated from use of the cameras, and the majority have not been paid...
Red Light Cameras to be Discontinued in Port Lavaca
They've been controversial since they were put into use and now, red light cameras at intersections on SH 35 in Port Lavaca will be shut down next week.
City Councilors voted to stop the camera program because there wasn't any money being generated from it...
Good News…Victoria is Not Considered (Very) ‘Kinky’
I would say that most of the people I know in Victoria are pretty normal. Although I don't personally know what their habits might be when they're alone with their significant other (or, by themselves, I don't judge), I would tend to think they're not into anything that might be …
Victoria Founder Historical Marker Dedication Set for Saturday
Martin de Leon is known as the founder of the city of Victoria and Victoria County, and he'll be honored tomorrow (Saturday June 4) with the dedication of a historical marker in Port Lavaca.
The marker, which will be unveiled aat the Bauer Exhibit Building at Six mile Park, will be unveiled at 1…
Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?
Storms across south Texas knocked out power for about 2,000 people in Port Lavaca early this  morning, which made me think about power outages we've had here in Victoria, and how much we depend on electricity. Electricity is something we take for granted pretty easily. You don't even really think ab…