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Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans' eyes

"A victory every time": Battling cancer while the world battles the coronavirus

A 5-year-old continues his cancer treatments. A couple watch the business they built wither. A small hospital treats its first coronavirus patient. In this weekly series, Texans from across the state share stories about how they're navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nikhil Shah, 5, holds a Lego set at the clinic where he receives weekly chemotherapy treatments in San Antonio.
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Monday victories: a 5-year-old faces cancer during the pandemic

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Mourning their dying business, but "excited about what's next"

Joseph Norman during a livestream.
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On the menu this week: experimentation and hope for the future

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County judge is ready to return to normalcy. But only when it’s safe.

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“It doesn’t feel like a crisis as much”: a new normal in the pandemic

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In a rural hospital, the first COVID-19 patient arrives

Donna Boatright, left, as Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital staff announce their first case of COVID-19.
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Soldiers, candy and face masks: Lawyer walks both sides of the border

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