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If you missed the event, but still want to help, you can go to hsnba.org to take the $10 challenge. Hammond hopes one-thousand people will take the HSNBA up on their $10-a-month challenge, to support the shelter in the extra work they do now, to keep their promise of returning more animals, back into the community.

NBPD officials report a number of New Braunfels residents have reported receiving text messages that appear to be from Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union.

The NBPD reports a theft at Bluebonnet Motors on IH-35-South, resulted in the loss of three Ford truck tailgates, for a damage loss listed at more than $18,000. (The NBPD has advised that this estimate, taken from the initial report, may be extremely high.) This brings the number of Ford tailgates

Comal County- The Comal County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will “Spring into Training” with childcare provider training (tomorrow) Saturday. The all-day conference at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard St., is $40, and includes lunch. Check-in begins at 8am.,

This informational event offers resources, support, and alternatives to individuals who face physical, emotional, or mental challenges- and the families that support them.  Saturday, April 23rd. at Landa Park.

The Comal County Office of Public Health is celebrating National Infant Immunization Week by hosting a free Spring Fling for the public TODAY, from 1 to 4pm.. The event will include $15 vaccinations for qualified uninsured or underinsured children.

Many of the state's roadways remain closed. Please visit DriveTexas.org for the latest road conditions.

On Friday, federal, state and local authorities arrested eight individuals and are looking for three others in connection with a heroin/cocaine trafficking operation in the Seguin and New Braunfels areas.   

New Braunfels officials report they have closed down the Emergency Operations Center for the night. Officials report that New Braunfels Emergency Management Coordinator, Steve Harris will continue to monitor the weather through the night. 

FLOOD WARNING- NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ... Includes Comal County and New Braunfels. City officials re-open EOC as precaution. 

Comal and Hays County-

The National Weather Service advises local riverside residents to stay alert, and that no one use those or other waterways for recreational activities at this time. There is no flooding at this time.

New Braunfels and Comal County- Emergency Warning from the National Weather Service: Flash Flood Watch- All of South Central Texas, with the heaviest rainfall expected primarily along and east of Highway 281 and along and north of Interstate 10 (see attached graphic for area of highest threat). This includes both the San Antonio and Austin metro areas. Threats & Impacts (see attached graphics

An Update From the National Weather Service

The National Weather Service expects a slow-moving storm system to produce the threat for locally heavy rainfall across South Central Texas Sunday afternoon through Tuesday morning.

The City of New Braunfels has staged its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in preparation for a potential heavy rainfall event in the area.   “The NWS has communicated that the very slow moving system brings with it serious potential for the development of flash floods and river flooding in Central Texas.