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Crews race to restore power across Texas ahead of another round of storms

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May 30, 2024
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DALLAS (AP) — Crews trying to restore power across storm-battered Texas were contending with downed trees and tangled limbs on Thursday, along with a forecast that could bring more damaging winds and hail.

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