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Top Austin news: H-E-B set to open June 10; pedestrian struck and killed on highway; more

Top Austin news: H-E-B set to open June 10; pedestrian struck and killed on highway; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 19, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Austin? Read on for everything you need to know.

Gov. Abbott says child care services can open now; bars can begin to reopen starting Friday 

As more businesses begin to reopen, Abbott said child care is an essential service and must be available immediately, while allowing bars to reopen at 25% capacity and restaurants to expand to 50% occupancy by Friday.

Read the full story on Houston Public Media.

Mayor Adler discusses Austin's homeless, COVID-19 clusters 

Mayor Adler said there are about 25 COVID-19 clusters in the Austin area as of Monday, May 18.

Read the full story on KVUE.

H-E-B set to open South Congress store on June 10

After some delays, Austin's new, supersized grocery store finally has an opening date.

Read the full story on KVUE.

Pedestrian struck, killed while crossing Interstate Highway 35 in Austin

A pedestrian was struck and killed while attempting to cross Interstate Highway 35 in Austin during the early morning hours of Friday, May 15, 2020, the Austin

Read the full story on www.mytexasdaily.com.


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