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  • Gov. Greg Abbott visits Harlingen to tout manufacturing company

    Only have a minute? Listen instead Gov. Greg Abbott shakes the hand of an ITD Precision Stampings employee in Harlingen on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2023. (Miguel Roberts | The Brownsville Herald) Gov. Greg Abbott visited ITD Precision Stampings in Harlingen Wednesday to tour the facility, spotlight the company’s role in the Texas manufacturing economy, and…

  • Valley Off-Road Bicycling Association donates training course to Harlingen

    Only have a minute? Listen instead Cyclists and walkers split the trail Friday, March 24, 2023, on a section of the Harlingen Arroyo Hike and Bike Trails in Arroyo Park. (Denise Cathey/The Brownsville Herald) HARLINGEN — The area’s cyclists are gearing up to fine-tune their skills as city officials work with a group of riders…

  • The worth on this Pixel 8 deal is unreal

    The Google Pixel 8 is official. Now comes the scramble to get the perfect deal on the model new Android 14 handset. An early frontrunner and chief within the clubhouseis Mobiles UK. It’s providing a Pixel 8 with 100GB 5G information for £28.99 a month and simply £9 upfront. Pixel 8 with 100GB for £29.99…

  • All the largest announcemens from Google's Pixel 8 occasion

    The Made by Google occasion is within the books with Google launching the Pixel 8 collection, Pixel Watch 2, a Pixel Buds Professional replace. and many extra. Google put its finest foot ahead on October 4, launching its new flagship smartphones and smartwatch, whereas additionally bettering the Pixel Buds Professional. In the meantime, Android 14…

  • Brownsville ISD to keep graduations in the evening following student outcry

    Only have a minute? Listen instead Veterans Memorial Early College High School Senior Pierce Grove speaks to the Brownsville Independent School District Board of Trustees during public comment to adhere to Groves’ advice not to change their graduation from the evening to early morning hours during a BISD regular board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3,…

  • Potential jurors in death penalty case against Edinburg man whittled down to 150

    Only have a minute? Listen instead Edinburg resident Victor Godinez appears in court on March 8, 2023, for a hearing in his death penalty case for the alleged murder of Texas Department of Public Safety trooper Moises Sanchez in 2019. (Xavier Alvarez | The Monitor) Moises Sanchez EDINBURG — The case revolving around the 28-year-old…

  • 5 Greatest options from Google's newest Pixel Function Drop

    Whereas present Pixel cellphone house owners could also be fluttering their eyelids on the new Pixel 8 sequence, there’s lots in retailer for current handset house owners too. Google has introduced the newest of its much-loved Pixel Function Drops and, for the primary time, Pixel Fold and Pixel Pill house owners can be a part…

  • iOS 17.0.3 lands to fight iPhone 15 overheating situation

    Apple has launched iOS 17.0.3 to deal with a bug inflicting the brand new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Professional handsets to overheat and, in line with some customers, develop into too heat to comfortably to deal with. The newest replace, which is the third since iOS launched simply over two weeks in the past,…

  • Donna man killed by DPS shot at his front door after raising pistol at police

    Only have a minute? Listen instead A custodial death report reveals that the 49-year-old man killed in Donna last month by the Texas Department of Public Safety was shot after standing at his front door and raising a pistol toward police. The report, which was filed with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, said two officers…

  • Governor General's office has spent over $117K on dry cleaning since 2018: report

    Article content The Governor General and Rideau Hall have spent six figures on dry-cleaning in recent years, according to data from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF). The non-profit citizen advocacy group, dedicated to holding the government accountable and lowering taxes, found that the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General racked up a $117,566…

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