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San Antonio Area Hit With Severe Thunderstorms, More Expected Monday Night

This post was updated on Monday, May 25, at 1:30 p.m. A line of severe thunderstorms pushed across South Central Texas Sunday night, spawning possible tornadoes, high winds, flash flooding and hail.

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Plan For A Wet Memorial Day Across North Texas After A Stormy Sunday

Thunderstorms across North Texas are expected to build into a near-continuous line of storms, producing flooding, hail and damaging wind gusts, especially west of Interstate 35.

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This post was updated on Monday, May 25, at 1:30 p.m.

A line of severe thunderstorms pushed across South Central Texas Sunday night, spawning possible tornadoes, high winds, flash flooding and hail.

President Trump is barring the entry of most non-U.S. citizens who have been in Brazil within the past 14 days, the White House announced on Sunday, citing concerns over Brazil's rapidly worsening coronavirus crisis.

"Today's action will help ensure foreign nationals who have been in Brazil do not become a source of additional infections in our country," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in a statement.

San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg banned gatherings of more than 50 people, but the order doesn’t apply to restaurants and bars.
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Texas Public Radio is updating the latest information on COVID-19 in the San Antonio area, along with how local businesses are adjusting, how you can help those in need and what you can do to stay entertained at home. TPR is also providing live updates on the Rio Grande Valley.

Thunderstorms across North Texas are expected to build into a near-continuous line of storms, producing flooding, hail and damaging wind gusts, especially west of Interstate 35.

Physician practices in Texas are facing serious financial pressures as fewer patients come in to seek care during the coronavirus pandemic.

Texas is changing the way it publishes its accounting of coronavirus tests after the practice of conflating two types of tests was disclosed last week.

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San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Saturday that COVID-19 protocols had nothing to do with partisan politics and were intended to protect public health.

He was responding to comments made by Bexar County Republican Party Chair Cynthia Brehm at a Friday news conference, who claimed Democrats were using the COVID-19 crisis to undermine President Donald Trump.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued the executive order regarding in-person visits on Friday.

The restriction does not apply to visits by an attorneys meeting with clients or visits by religious leaders.

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MCNAY ART MUSEUM’S PICK – Elena Cortez – Tortoises – Pre-K
courtesy San Antonio Symphony

The San Antonio Symphony holds dozens of free concerts yearly for upwards of 40,000 area students. This year with COVID-19, there was a hitch. The symphony's Jeremy Brimhall explained.


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One of San Antonio's largest museums has scheduled its reopening. Emily Sano, interim co-director of the San Antonio Museum of Art, said their 87,000-square-foot size makes reopening a little more practical than some other museums.

Attendees of the edit-a-thon used various academic search engines in addition to about a dozen books Tesfai provided. Wikipedia uses a “notability test” to determine the validity and relevance of entries on the site.
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