Alamo Heights High grad dies fighting wildfires in Australia

Alamo Heights High grad dies fighting wildfires in Australia

Paul Clyde Hudson, a 1995 Alamo Heights High School graduate, was one of three American firefighters killed in a plane crash while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia. Paul Clyde Hudson, a 1995 Alamo Heights High School graduate, was one of three American firefighters killed in a plane crash while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia. Photo: Coulson Aviation Photo: Coulson Aviation Image 1 of / 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 Paul Clyde Hudson, a…

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Alamo Heights graduate among three killed fighting Australian wildfires

Alamo Heights graduate among three killed fighting Australian wildfires

Paul Clyde Hudson, a 1995 Alamo Heights High School graduate, was one of three American firefighters killed in a plane crash while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia. Paul Clyde Hudson, a 1995 Alamo Heights High School graduate, was one of three American firefighters killed in a plane crash while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia. Photo: Courtesy Photo /Coulson Aviation Photo: Courtesy Photo /Coulson Aviation Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12…

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This San Antonio bar is selling a 'Koala Cocktail' to raise money for the Australia wildfires

This San Antonio bar is selling a 'Koala Cocktail' to raise money for the Australia wildfires

Published 7:05 am CST, Thursday, January 16, 2020 The Green Lantern, a speakeasy-style bar on the North Side, is selling a new drink through the end of February with the proceeds going to the Australian Red Cross and the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital. The Green Lantern, a speakeasy-style bar on the North Side, is selling a new drink through the end of February with the proceeds going to the Australian Red Cross and the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital….

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Hurricanes meshing veterans and newcomers to build success

Hurricanes meshing veterans and newcomers to build success

By Mike Considine, Correspondent Published 12:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 14, 2020 Sam Houston was getting it all together as the District 27-5A season reached the halfway mark. The Hurricanes (13-13, 6-2) were never at full strength in their three tournaments before district, as senior captains Kaliyah Brown, Khadija Derry and Levolea Wallace each took their turns battling injuries. With a 42-37 decision over Jefferson (10-16, 4-4) Jan. 10, Sam Houston won its third-consecutive game and…

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Tornado damage versus straight-line wind damage | WEATHER MINDS

Tornado damage versus straight-line wind damage | WEATHER MINDS

SAN ANTONIO — The calendar shows January, but the weather brought spring-like storms to parts of South Texas last Friday. Storms moving through San Antonio Friday night KENS There were multiple wind, hail and damage reports across South Texas on Friday. Powerful wind gusts of 77 miles per hour blew through Stinson Airport before 8 p.m. Local storm reports in South Texas on Friday KENS As severe thunderstorms moved east, straight-line winds were the primary…

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Tornado damage versus straight-line wind damage

Tornado damage versus straight-line wind damage

SAN ANTONIO — The calendar shows January, but the weather brought spring-like storms to parts of South Texas last Friday. Storms moving through San Antonio Friday night KENS There were multiple wind, hail and damage reports across South Texas on Friday. Powerful wind gusts of 77 miles per hour blew through Stinson Airport before 8 p.m. Local storm reports in South Texas on Friday KENS As severe thunderstorms moved east, straight-line winds were the primary…

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Austin Artist Duo Raising Money for Australian Wildfire Relief with Adorable Koala Pin

Austin Artist Duo Raising Money for Australian Wildfire Relief with Adorable Koala Pin

click image Instagram / namepinding In the face of the nightmarish brushfires ravaging Australia, people worldwide are offering whatever help they can, from crafting pouches for orphaned kangaroo joeys to offering to send veterinarians to help care for injured wildlife. Artists and designers are getting in on the relief efforts as well, including Austin-based duo Name Pinding, who are known for their whimsical Texas-themed merch including Coach Pop and H-E-B prayer candle enamel pins. Last Wednesday,…

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Katy woman makes 'Joey Pouches' for animals affected by Australia wildfires

Katy woman makes 'Joey Pouches' for animals affected by Australia wildfires

KATY, Texas — A Katy woman is asking for donations of materials to help animals affected by the Australian wildfires. Amy Casto is a mother of two and is creating ‘Joey Pouches,’ which are like swaddling blankets for animals orphaned or displaced by the wildfires. “Someone shared a post about about American rescue crafters group on Facebook helping with the Australia catastrophe and I felt an urge to participate in the cause,” Casto told KHOU….

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'My homeland is burning'; Spurs player Patty Mills draws attention to Australian wildfires

'My homeland is burning'; Spurs player Patty Mills draws attention to Australian wildfires

SAN ANTONIO — Spurs player Patty Mills is using his social media platforms to raise awareness of Australian wildfires. On his Twitter feed are numerous posts pointing out various facts and consequences of the wildfires. He also points people to ways they can help the country in the battle against these fires.  He told KENS 5 on Monday that he wished he could be back in Australia to help. “As for Australia, it is still…

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg Flooding Texas Airwaves With $3 Million in Ad Spending

Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg Flooding Texas Airwaves With $3 Million in Ad Spending

Twitter / @MikeBloomberg If it seems you can’t get away from seeing Michael Bloomberg’s mug on your television, that’s because he’s spending a lot of money to make sure you known he’s joined the presidential race. On Monday, the former New York mayor launched a flurry of television spots in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, Harlingen-Weslaco and Houston. More than $3 million of the Democratic hopeful’s ad buys are in the Lone Star…

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Hurricane season is not over yet

SAN ANTONIO — One more storm to wrap the Atlantic hurricane season? It’s possible. Hurricane season peaks early September and runs through November 30. A broad area of low pressure producing disorganized showers may develop into a tropical depression over the next few days.  Watching the tropics KENS This system has a medium chance of developing over the next two days and a cold front will nudge it north into the Atlantic later this week….

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Downtown San Antonio Church Roof Collapses, VIA Bus Gets Stuck in Flooding During Thursday's Storms

Downtown San Antonio Church Roof Collapses, VIA Bus Gets Stuck in Flooding During Thursday's Storms

click image Twitter / NWSSanAntonio Thursday night’s severe weather rained down misfortune on San Antonio, from structural damage to a historic building to multiple floodwater rescues. Intermittent thunderstorms and heavy winds are likely to blame for a roof collapse at Travis Park United Methodist Church early Friday morning. Firefighters responded to the downtown church just after midnight and found that parts of the roof and a fire escape had fallen. According to KSAT, a pipe broke…

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Line of Storms Brings Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding to San Antonio

Line of Storms Brings Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding to San Antonio

Several roads in Bexar County remained flooded Friday morning, more than 12 hours after a cold front and associated thunderstorms brought heavy rains to the region.  Weather stations measured rainfall as high as 6 to 8 inches in parts of northern Bexar County, southern Comal County, and south of Hays County as a cold front moved in and encountered moist air flowing off of the Gulf of Mexico, National Weather Service meteorologist Ethan Williams said. …

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Shandon Sahm, Son of Late Texas Tornado Doug Sahm, Talks What It's Like Covering His Fathers Legendary Music

Shandon Sahm, Son of Late Texas Tornado Doug Sahm, Talks What It's Like Covering His Fathers Legendary Music

click to enlarge After nearly two years in his new home of Amsterdam, Shandon Sahm — son of San Antonio’s legendary Tex-Mex roots-rocker Doug Sahm — is back in the States touring behind a new EP of him covering his father’s songs. A performance celebrating the release of Sahm Covers Sahm will take place at the South Texas Museum of Popular Culture on Saturday, October 19.Although best known as the Meat Puppets’ drummer from 1999–2002 and…

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I-35 closes near downtown after water main break causes flooding

I-35 closes near downtown after water main break causes flooding

By Taylor Pettaway, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Updated 7:40 am CDT, Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Part of I-35 is closed after a water main break caused flooding. Part of I-35 is closed after a water main break caused flooding. Photo: Ken Branca Photo: Ken Branca Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 Part of I-35 is closed after a water main break caused flooding. Part of I-35 is closed after a…

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Spurs' trip to Miami for preseason game Tuesday all business for ex-Hurricane Walker

Spurs' trip to Miami for preseason game Tuesday all business for ex-Hurricane Walker

SAN ANTONIO — SPURS PRESEASON SCORES, SCHEDULE Saturday: Orlando Magic 125, Spurs 89, Saturday, AT&T Center Tuesday: at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Sunday: vs. New Orleans, 3 p.m., AT&T Center Oct. 16: at Houston, 7 p.m. Oct. 18: vs. Memphis, 7:30 p.m., AT&T Center  Spurs guard Lonnie Walker IV isn’t the kind of guy who kids himself. An earnest worker, Walker knows he can’t afford to slack off if he hopes to break into the Spurs’ rotation…

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Jazz Festival, Storm Damage Close Downtown San Antonio Streets This Weekend

Jazz Festival, Storm Damage Close Downtown San Antonio Streets This Weekend

Several downtown San Antonio streets will be closed Friday and into this weekend due to a live jazz event at Travis Park and damage caused by Thursday’s storm, according to the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department (TCI). After storms brought down 165 feet of scaffolding on the AT&T building downtown Thursday night, the City of San Antonio is closing the 300 block of Martin Street between Navarro and Jefferson streets. Wind gusts topping 50…

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Tropical Storm Imelda Brings Flooding, Disaster Declaration to Southeast Texas

Tropical Storm Imelda Brings Flooding, Disaster Declaration to Southeast Texas

Flooding from Tropical Storm Imelda on Thursday left hundreds of people trapped in their homes and cars; led to water rescues, a hospital evacuation and power outages; and closed entire school districts, according to officials and local media. The flooding in southeast Texas is drawing comparisons to Hurricane Harvey, which dumped more than 50 inches of water on parts of the Houston area and southeast Texas two years ago. According to the Weather Channel, Imelda…

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Texas Diaper Bank to send donations to those affected by Tropical Storm Imelda; here's how to help

Texas Diaper Bank to send donations to those affected by Tropical Storm Imelda; here's how to help

SAN ANTONIO — As downpours continue to batter southeast Texas and resources are used up, one San Antonio group is seeking donations of an item not many people may prioritize, but which are important nonetheless.  The Texas Diaper Bank is asking for donations of diapers “for babies, children with disabilities and seniors in flooded areas,” according to a press release. There’s multiple ways those interested in helping out can do so; you can either make…

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100% of Bakery Lorraine's 'Bahama Macaron' Sales to Benefit Hurricane Dorian Victims

100% of Bakery Lorraine's 'Bahama Macaron' Sales to Benefit Hurricane Dorian Victims

Friday, September 13, 2019 Posted By Lea Thompson on Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 3:38 PM click to enlarge Bakery Lorraine Following the destruction of Hurricane Dorian, thousands of Bahamians have been left without homes or access to food and clean water. The storm’s death toll is expected to rise as recovery efforts continue. San Antonio-founded Bakery Lorraine has responded to the call for international humanitarian aid with the release of their new Bahama Macaron….

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San Antonio group collecting donations for Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

San Antonio group collecting donations for Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

SAN ANTONIO — Seeing the devastation left in the Bahamas has left many wanting to do something to help. The San Antonio Lady Lions are hoping to do just that, but they need the community’s help.  The local service group is hoping to gather donations from the Alamo City to ship to the Bahamas in the coming weeks. Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Bahamas about a week ago and teams are still searching for victims…

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Tuesday marks the historical peak of hurricane season

Tuesday marks the historical peak of hurricane season

SAN ANTONIO — It has already been a fairly active hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin as multiple storms have made landfall in the United States. Barry made landfall earlier this year in Louisiana and Dorian made landfall on the coast of North Carolina just last week. We’ve now had seven named storms, with the most recent storm, Gabrielle, expected to have no impact on the United States. Other than Gabrielle, we have three other…

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Tropics active as peak of hurricane season approaches

Tropics active as peak of hurricane season approaches

SAN ANTONIO — It has already been a fairly active hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin as multiple storms have made landfall in the United States this season. Barry made landfall earlier this year in Louisiana and Dorian made landfall on the coast of North Carolina just last week. We’ve now had seven named storms, with the most recent storm, Gabrielle, expected to have no impact on the United States. Other than Gabrielle, we have…

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Busted water pipe floods San Antonio apartments

Busted water pipe floods San Antonio apartments

SAN ANTONIO – Thousands of gallons of water rushed through an apartment complex and a busted water pipe is to blame. The bursting waters affected the first floor of building six at Arriba En Blanco Apartments located at 5200 Blanco Road. Police, firefighters and San Antonio Water System crews remained at the property for hours Sunday morning to help residents and contact management. According to SAWS, they needed permission from the owner to shut off the water,…

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CPS Energy sends power crews to Florida to help Hurricane Dorian victims

CPS Energy sends power crews to Florida to help Hurricane Dorian victims

SAN ANTONIO — As the Southeast prepares for Dorian’s worst, South Texas is sending help. CPS Energy crews are on their way to Florida. The first leg of their journey includes driving more than 1,000 miles from San Antonio to Jacksonville, Florida. There, the men and women will join other power crews from across the country and find out their assignments. The deployment kicked off at the Eastside Service Center early Wednesday morning. More than…

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Florida officer rescues puppy ahead of Hurricane Dorian, names her 'Dory'

Florida officer rescues puppy ahead of Hurricane Dorian, names her 'Dory'

FORT PIERCE, Fla. — Officers in Fort Pierce made their first hurricane rescue on Monday. The department said on Facebook that Officer Martin Ortiz and Officer Michel Jean responded to a call from a woman who said she couldn’t care for a 6-week-old pitbull puppy. The puppy was too young to be in a shelter cage until the storm passed, and Jean took an immediate liking to the dog. The officer ended up calling his…

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Hurricane Dorian brings strong winds along Florida's east coast

Hurricane Dorian brings strong winds along Florida's east coast

FLORIDA, USA — As of 4 p.m. Monday, Hurricane Dorian has sustained winds of 145 mph, making it a category four hurricane. The latest forecast still shows that a landfall in Florida is possible as the storm turns northward from the Bahamas. Landfall is also possible in Georgia and the Carolinas.  Hurricane Dorian Andrew Wilson Urgent warnings were sent out for the Abaco Islands from the National Hurricane Center for residents to take cover on…

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Hurricane Dorian weakens to a still dangerous category four

Hurricane Dorian weakens to a still dangerous category four

FLORIDA, USA — As of 11:00 a.m. Monday, Hurricane Dorian has 155 mph sustained winds, making it a category four hurricane. The latest forecast still shows that a landfall in Florida is possible as the storm turns northward from the Bahamas. Landfall is also possible in Georgia and the Carolinas. Hurricane Dorian Andrew Wilson Urgent warnings were sent out for the Abaco Islands from the National Hurricane Center for residents to take cover on Sunday….

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He fed over 13,000 people after Hurricane Michael. Now, he’s preparing to feed more after Dorian.

He fed over 13,000 people after Hurricane Michael. Now, he’s preparing to feed more after Dorian.

ATLANTA — Editor’s note: The above video is from 2018, during Hurricane Michael response. Dan Francis is among the millions along the East Coast prepping for Hurricane Dorian, but his storm preps are not the way one might expect. “We have all our vehicles ready, we have all our supplies ready, and we know exactly what we’re going to do and how we’re going to attack it,” he told 11Alive. Francis owns Shade Tree Kitchens,…

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Hurricane Dorian intensifies to strong category 5 hurricane

Hurricane Dorian intensifies to strong category 5 hurricane

FLORIDA, USA — As of 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Hurricane Dorian is a category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 175 mph. The new forecast has shifted it more to the northeast; regardless, Florida and the East Coast need to prepare for landfall. Hurricane Dorian Andrew Wilson The National Hurricane Center stated the storm has gusts more than 200 mph and a storm surge may be experienced in the Bahamas at a height between 15…

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Hurricane Dorian now with 150 mph sustained winds

Hurricane Dorian now with 150 mph sustained winds

FLORIDA, USA — As of 10 a.m. Saturday, Hurricane Dorian is a category 4 with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph. The new forecast has shifted it more to the northeast; regardless, Florida and the East Coast need to prepare for landfall.  Hurricane Dorian Andrew Wilson Hurricane Warnings and Watches are in place for the Bahamas, but too soon to issue watches for Florida because Dorian is moving slow to the west-northwest. Here’s the difference…

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Hurricane Dorian now a category 4 storm as it continues to strengthen

Hurricane Dorian now a category 4 storm as it continues to strengthen

FLORIDA, USA — As of 8:00 p.m., Hurricane Dorian is now a category 4 with maximum sustained winds of now 130 mph. Dorian is a dangerous storm located 575 miles East of West Palm Beach, Florida out in the Atlantic. This is the first category 3 hurricane of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. A new track update will be released at 10:00 pm and the increase in intensity will be reflected in the updated forecast…

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Hurricane Dorian now a major hurricane, more strengthening forecast

Hurricane Dorian now a major hurricane, more strengthening forecast

FLORIDA, USA — Hurricane Dorian has been making headlines across the United States before it has even made landfall. Dorian is expected to strengthen to a category four hurricane with more than 130 mph sustained winds by the time it makes landfall. The forecast cone of the storm shows it taking aim somewhere along the east coast of Florida, stretching from the Georgia border, all of the way down to the Florida Keys. On Friday…

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Hurricane Dorian to strengthen as it approaches Florida

Hurricane Dorian to strengthen as it approaches Florida

FLORIDA, USA — Hurricane Dorian has been making headlines across the United States before it has even made landfall. Dorian is expected to strengthen to a category four hurricane with more than 130 mph sustained winds by the time it makes landfall. The forecast cone of the storm shows it taking aim somewhere along the east coast of Florida, stretching from the Georgia border, all of the way down to the Florida Keys. On Friday…

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Tropical Storm Dorian forms in Atlantic

Tropical Storm Dorian forms in Atlantic

SAN ANTONIO — Hurricane season began back on June 1, but there hasn’t been too much activity yet with only three named storms so far, but things are starting to heat up in the tropics. Tropical Depression Five formed in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning, east of the Lesser Antilles. The system is expected to become the fourth named storm of the season, Dorian. After moving past the Lesser Antilles, the system is expected…

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Tropical Depression Five forms as peak of hurricane season approaches

Tropical Depression Five forms as peak of hurricane season approaches

SAN ANTONIO — Hurricane season began back on June 1, but there hasn’t been too much activity yet with only three named storms so far, but things are starting to heat up in the tropics. Tropical Depression Five formed in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning, east of the Lesser Antilles. The system is expected to become the fourth named storm of the season, Dorian. After moving past the Lesser Antilles, the system is expected…

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Tropical activity heating up as peak of hurricane season approaches

Tropical activity heating up as peak of hurricane season approaches

SAN ANTONIO — Hurricane season began back on June 1, but there hasn’t been too much activity yet with only three named storms so far, but things are starting to heat up in the tropics. Chantal was the most recent named system in the North Atlantic Ocean. The storm wasn’t a threat to land and it has now dissipated.  The National Hurricane Center has now highlighted two systems that have a high chance for tropical…

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Hot and dry conditions around S.A. create recipe for wildfires

Hot and dry conditions around S.A. create recipe for wildfires

York Creek fire officials responding to a 100-acre wildfire in Kingsbury on Aug. 18 photograph a plume of smoke from the fire 25 miles away. York Creek fire officials responding to a 100-acre wildfire in Kingsbury on Aug. 18 photograph a plume of smoke from the fire 25 miles away. Photo: York Creek VFD Photo: York Creek VFD Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 York Creek fire officials responding to…

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Don't Panic: TxDOT Says San Antonians Shouldn't Rush to Gas Pumps Ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

Don't Panic: TxDOT Says San Antonians Shouldn't Rush to Gas Pumps Ahead of Tropical Storm Barry

Flickr / United Soybean Board If you were driving in San Antonio Thursday and saw signs advising you to fill up your gas tank, please know that the message wasn’t for you. We’re serious. Do. Not. Cause. Long-ass. Lines. At. The. Gas. Pumps. Here’s the sitch: the Texas Department of Transportation, better known as TxDOT, posted the message “Storm forming in the gulf, be prepared, fill your gas tanks” on electronic signs throughout the Lone…

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The next 'Sharknado'?: New horror flick set in Florida features flesh-eating alligators and hurricanes

The next 'Sharknado'?: New horror flick set in Florida features flesh-eating alligators and hurricanes

Bring on the Florida stereotypes. From the director of the ‘Hills Have Eyes’ comes a new horror movie called ‘Crawl’ set in Florida that features a scary weather situation where a father and daughter must fight for their lives. During a hurricane, as the waters start rising around their home, two people will have to navigate through treacherous waters filled with flesh-eating alligators to make it to safety. “When a massive hurricane hits her Florida…

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New horror flick set in Florida to feature hurricane conditions, flesh-eating gators

New horror flick set in Florida to feature hurricane conditions, flesh-eating gators

Bring on the Florida stereotypes. From the director of the ‘Hills Have Eyes’ comes a new horror movie called ‘Crawl’ set in Florida that features a scary weather situation where a father and daughter must fight for their lives. During a Hurricane as the waters start rising around their home, two people will have to navigate through treacherous waters filled with flesh-eating alligators to make it to safety. “When a massive hurricane hits her Florida…

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Tornado in NE Portland uproots trees, bends power pole, causes other damage

Tornado in NE Portland uproots trees, bends power pole, causes other damage

PORTLAND, Ore. — The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado formed and touched down in Portland on Monday night. The NWS said it was an EF0 with wind speeds estimated at 80 mph. Many viewers sent KGW photos and videos of what they believed to be a funnel cloud. But the NWS has said that cloud which formed around 5:24 p.m. was indeed a tornado, with a track length of about a mile, which…

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Tornado in NE Portland uproots trees, bends power pole, causes other damage, NWS says

Tornado in NE Portland uproots trees, bends power pole, causes other damage, NWS says

PORTLAND, Ore. — The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado formed and touched down in Portland on Monday night. The NWS said it was an EF0 with wind speeds estimated at 80 mph. Many viewers sent KGW photos and videos of what they believed to be a funnel cloud. But the NWS has said that cloud which formed around 5:24 p.m. was indeed a tornado, with a track length of about a mile, which…

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Photos show severity of flooding in Rio Grande Valley

Photos show severity of flooding in Rio Grande Valley

A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. Photo: Sumbitted: Rose Ramirez Photo: Sumbitted: Rose Ramirez Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night….

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Afternoon Storms Bring Flash Flooding, Knock Out Power To San Antonio

Afternoon Storms Bring Flash Flooding, Knock Out Power To San Antonio

Central Bexar County is under a flash flood warning as thunderstorms dump heavy rains on San Antonio, according to the National Weather Service. Storms that hit Monday afternoon also caused power outages stretching from the North Side to the Northwest Side. Approximately 22,000 people were without power as of shortly before 4 p.m., according to CPS Energy’s outage map. “Our crews will work until everyone affected has their power restored,” said Rudy Garza, senior vice president of…

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East side neighbors frustrated with flooding issues

East side neighbors frustrated with flooding issues

SAN ANTONIO — Neighbors in Eastwood Village say they have a flooding problem. The community says issues with flooding are an ongoing concern because every time it rains, from a major downpour to a fast-moving storm, the streets in their neighborhood flood, and massive amounts of debris clog the drains. Neighbors are then forced to clean up the trash and debris left behind when the water recedes. Ruben Guerrero is a past president of the…

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Molina hits home run in role with Hurricanes girls track

Molina hits home run in role with Hurricanes girls track

By Mike Considine, Correspondent Published 12:00 am CDT, Tuesday, June 18, 2019 Brandon Molina hadn’t coached girls in several years, but he had no reservations when he was suddenly tabbed as Sam Houston’s interim girls track coach shortly before the season. Molina was about to start his second season as the Hurricanes’ baseball coach when the candidate to replace longtime girls track coach Michael Davis, who retired after the 2017 season, resigned in mid-January. SAISD athletic…

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Thunderstorms capable of producing large hail, tornadoes to hit San Antonio Sunday night

Thunderstorms capable of producing large hail, tornadoes to hit San Antonio Sunday night

By Valeria Olivares, Staff Writer Updated 4:10 pm CDT, Sunday, June 16, 2019 Photo: Courtesy National Weather Service Photo: Courtesy National Weather Service Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Photo: Courtesy National Weather Service Thunderstorms capable of producing large hail, tornadoes to hit San Antonio Sunday night Back to Gallery Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to roll into San Antonio later tonight, according to a National Weather Service forecast. The…

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