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Texas Public Radio le brinda información actualizada sobre el COVID-19 en el Valle del Río Grande y en el  área de San Antonio. Puede encontrar las últimas noticias en español en “TPR Noticias: COVID-19" aquí.

Texas A&M Forest Service

The Texas A&M Forest Service has battled a wildfire that has burned 10,000 acres in San Saba and McCullough counties for about a week.

File Photo: A group of migrants released by ICE in 2019 required assistance from the city and local charities in getting to their final destinations or temporary hotel stays.
Bonnie Petrie | Texas Public Radio

Migrant families released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities in Karnes County and Dilley will come to San Antonio in the coming days. Some families were exposed to COVID-19 while detained by ICE, and must quarantine for 14 days.

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Airlines have been hit hard because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The industry has seen empty planes, pilot layoffs and massive financial losses. But the rest of the aviation community, commonly known as General Aviation, has also been affected by the outbreak and the changes it's been forced to make.


The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is off to a record start – and it will only get worse as the season's traditional peak begins next week and will run through October. The latest estimates call for nearly twice the normal number of named storms this year.

Even before Aug. 1, nine named storms had already formed – "the most ever recorded since the satellite era began in 1966," according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

San Antonio City Manager Erik Walsh during the 2019 interview process to select a new city manager.
Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

The City of San Antonio’s proposed 2021 budget is $2.9 billion. It’s flat with no growth due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jolene Almendarez | Texas Public Radio

Dozens of people gathered in Travis Park on Wednesday evening to celebrate the life of Garrett Foster, a Black Lives Matter activist who was killed in Austin in late July.


Animcal Care Services

A man putting out his trash on the far East Side on Tuesday found a five-foot long alligator resting in his front yard.

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