Niyah Gonzalez, KXXV News Channel 25

Niyah Gonzalez

KXXV News Channel 25

Waco, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • KXXV News Channel 25
Past:
  • KETV NewsWatch 7
  • 4029news
  • wbaltv.com
  • WCVB-TV Boston
  • wdsu
  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
  • WMUR TV
  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City
  • MyNBC5 (WPTZ)
  • WLWT.com
  • and more…

Recent articles by Niyah:

Local Afghan veteran turns pain into passion

"I never thought I'd be where I am today," Jakob Spraggins, 29, served in Afghanistan and now lives in Waco with his two daughters and wife Alexandra. → Read More

Black Business Month Spotlight: Heirs Table

Chef Natasha Jarmon comforting Central Texans with her love for cooking. → Read More

City of Marlin in dire need of road repairs but the money 'isn't there'

In the meantime, the city has $17 million worth of grant applications submitted, a portion of which was awarded. It's also been approved to receive $1.2 million from President Biden's American Rescue Plan. → Read More

Copperas Cove family gives comfort to community through banana bread

During hard times, it's especially important to be kind to others and give back when you can. 25 News highlighted a Coppers Cover mother and son using food to get their community through the pandemic with some positivity. → Read More

Central Texas Church and First Baptist Men help feed families in need

Volunteers are on a mission to feed Central Texas Families going through a hard time during the pandemic. → Read More

Waco woman rescues neighbor from vicious house fire

A Waco home went up in flames Wednesday morning near Sheppard Street and Hay Avenue. In a 25 News Exclusive interview, he told us that if it weren't for his neighbor, he wouldn't be alive. → Read More

Killeen man uses stimulus check to pass out meals to community

Thousands are struggling due to the COVID19 pandemic. → Read More

Killeen man uses stimulus check to pass out meals to community

Thousands are struggling due to the COVID19 pandemic. → Read More

Business owner donates leggings to healthcare workers to keep them comfy while on the job

Healthcare workers are putting themselves at risk to keep the most vulnerable Central Texans safe from COVID19. → Read More

Hidden Heroes: Woman delivers groceries to those most vulnerable in Central Texas

While essential businesses are allowed to stay open, Central Texans deemed high-risk aren't taking their chances getting things they need But one Hidden Hero is relieving a big burden and helping others. → Read More

Waco man cuts grass for free, giving hope to the community

The shelter-in-place order is keeping many Central Texans on edge. One Waco man is doing what he can to help others take the edge off. → Read More

Breaking news: Police say two people died in a two-vehicle crash on JFK Freeway

Breaking news: Police say two people died in a two-vehicle crash on JFK Freeway → Read More

Dodge County crews fill County Road 19 with gravel to prevent more flooding in Fremont

Residents in Fremont evacuated their property as Dodge County Emergency Management filled County Road 19 with gravel to stop the water from reaching Lake 20. → Read More

Lauritzen Gardens showcasing 800,000 lego pieces in life-sized sculptures

Lauritzen Gardens showing off more than a dozen larger than life sculptures and they're doing it in a unique way. → Read More

Council Bluffs casinos welcome Super Bowl betting rush

Managers expect thousands of visitors to place wagers, eat and watch the game at casinos on Sunday → Read More

250 students race against the clock in Metro State Trades Competition

On Friday, 250 students from across the metro put their skills to the test. Metropolitan Community College hosted it's second annual Metro State Trades Competition. → Read More

Stolen vehicle rams cruiser during pursuit, NSP troopers say

Three people were taken into custody when a pursuit involving an NSP trooper ended near 90th Street and Blair High Road. → Read More

'A huge step forward': 2 state senators band together, propose new bills to prevent suicide

Every year nearly 300 people die by suicide in Nebraska. → Read More

'This will really help them': Papillion students create art to help animals get adopted

On Tuesday, Papillion Middle School students were using their art skills to help rescue animals get adopted. → Read More

Nebraska church leaders participate in active shooter training

Nebraska church leaders participate in active shooter training at the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. → Read More