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Photos from US National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio Texas's post

04/23/2022

El Consulado de México en Eagle Pass y Ventanilla de Salud Eagle Pass, Tx, los invitan al evento Jornada De Salud el sábado 23 de abril de 9:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m en las instalaciones de este Consulado. Representantes del Programa Frontera de Salud de la Universidad de Texas en San Antonio estarán realizando diversos exámenes de salud de manera gratuita.
Consulte la infografía para más detalle 👇

National Guard soldier with Operation Lone Star missing along the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass 04/23/2022

National Guard soldier with Operation Lone Star missing along the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass

National Guard soldier with Operation Lone Star missing along the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass Fox News reported a soldier had drowned while trying to rescue migrants on the river. The Texas Military Department said those reports were inaccurate and the soldier’s body hadn’t been found.

Texas’ runoff election is May 24. Here’s what to know about voting. 04/23/2022

Texas’ runoff election is May 24. Here’s what to know about voting.

Texas’ runoff election is May 24. Here’s what to know about voting. The deadline to register to vote is Monday, April 25. May 13 is the last day to apply to vote by mail. Early voting runs from May 16-20.

Biden administration drops fight over Texas’ Medicaid waiver, now in place until 2030 04/23/2022

Biden administration drops fight over Texas’ Medicaid waiver, now in place until 2030

Biden administration drops fight over Texas’ Medicaid waiver, now in place until 2030 Debate over the waiver was key to the federal government’s push for Texas to expand Medicaid for more working poor.

Texas got millions to boost pay for strapped home care attendants. It left out the largest group. 04/23/2022

Texas got millions to boost pay for strapped home care attendants. It left out the largest group.

Texas got millions to boost pay for strapped home care attendants. It left out the largest group. Attendant positions are some of the lowest paid jobs in health care, earning a...

04/23/2022

Hot Off The Press! Pick-up your copy of the Eagle Pass Business Journal’s Saturday, April 23, 2022 Issue at one of over 100 businesses in Eagle Pass, Texas. Read all the news.

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In 2015, global leaders agreed to work toward limiting human-induced planetary warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. The 2.6 degrees Fahrenheit the United States has warmed in the past several decades is just a tenth of a degree below that limit — 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to 1.5 degrees C.

Human activities, including energy production, deforestation and transportation, emit heat-trapping greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere, where they continue to help push the global temperature upward. Droughts, wildfires, floods and other climate and weather events are becoming more frequent and severe across the globe with major consequences for individuals, communities and the economy. In 2021, the contiguous U.S. suffered the largest number of disaster-related deaths in a decade. It also saw 20 separate billion-dollar disasters — the second-highest annual number of such disasters on record.

Around six out of 10 Americans say the global community is doing too little to address climate change, according to an October 2021 PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll. But the nation's youth remain hopeful — in a separate October 2021 poll conducted by the NewsHour and Generation Lab, a majority of people ages 13 to 29 said they think there's still time to prevent the worst long-term consequences of a warming planet.

Read more: https://to.pbs.org/3LgoNLS

DeSantis signs a bill to punish Disney World, a move that could hurt local taxpayers 04/22/2022

DeSantis signs a bill to punish Disney World, a move that could hurt local taxpayers

DeSantis signs a bill to punish Disney World, a move that could hurt local taxpayers Orange and Osceola counties could take on a massive debt held by Disney now that Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill revoking Disney World's special regulatory status.

04/22/2022

Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber announced that starting Monday, April 25, inmate visitations at the Tom Bowles Detention Center will be resuming. Sheriff Schmerber added that this is due to the low rate of COVID-19 cases and low infection rate among inmates and personnel.

In order to maintain the safety of inmates, personnel, and visitors, visitors will be required to use facemasks during visits. Visitation hours will return to regular schedule - Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4 pm. Mondays and Wednesdays will be designated for female inmate visitations, and Tuesday and Thursdays for male inmate visitations.

Sheriff Schmerber also informed that he and Tom Bowles Detention Center Warden Roberto Parra will continue monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and be ready to implement restrictions in the case that positive cases rise in Texas or in Maverick County.

04/22/2022

Earth Day Ceremony 2022

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Photos from City of Eagle Pass, Texas's post

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On Wednesday, 4/20/22, six of us from the Eagle Pass Fire Department, along with several others from the Laredo Fire Department and Webb County Fire Department attended a course hosted by the Laredo Fire Department called “Taking Care of Our Own” regarding Line of Duty Deaths. Which was sponsored by The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. The course comprised creating the most positive outcome following a line of duty death along with helping and assisting family and fire department members to heal after a loss.

Attendees:
Capt. Gonzalez
Capt. Roman IV
Fire Inspector Salinas
Firefighter/EMT-I Davila
Firefighter/Paramedics De Luna and Morales

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Audio shows Kevin McCarthy planned to urge Trump to resign after Capitol riot 04/22/2022

Audio shows Kevin McCarthy planned to urge Trump to resign after Capitol riot

Audio shows Kevin McCarthy planned to urge Trump to resign after Capitol riot In the recorded conversation House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he didn't believe Donald Trump would voluntarily step down.

04/22/2022

This is true Mexican comfort food. This is the dish my mom and grandma made whenever there was leftover enchilada sauce.
RECIPE: https://muybuenocookbook.com/roasted-green-chile-chilaquiles/

Photos from US National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio Texas's post 04/22/2022

Photos from US National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio Texas's post

04/22/2022

Property Taxes with Dave Lieber

Texas real property owners are protesting the huge appraised valuations on their properties done by County Appraisal Districts. View this video to learn tips and strategies on how to protest your County Appraisal District’s appraisals of your properties.

04/22/2022

2022 Earth Day Ceremony at Burr Park (2086 Roosevelt St.), April 22nd at 10:00 A.M. Information @ (830)773-4343.

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Photos from City of Eagle Pass, Texas's post

Bastrop shelter caretaker accused of exploiting girls was fired from previous job for misconduct with children - Eagle Pass Business Journal 04/22/2022

Bastrop shelter caretaker accused of exploiting girls was fired from previous job for misconduct with children - Eagle Pass Business Journal

By Zach Despart and Reese Oxner, The Texas Tribune April 21, 2022 "Bastrop shelter caretaker accused of exploiting girls was fired from previous job for misconduct with children" was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues....

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Bastrop shelter caretaker accused of exploiting girls was fired from previous job for misconduct with children - Eagle Pass Business Journal By Zach Despart and Reese Oxner, The Texas Tribune April 21, 2022 “Bastrop shelter caretaker accused of exploiting girls was fired from previous job for misconduct with children” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and eng...

What did Greg Abbott’s border inspections turn up? Oil leaks, flat tires and zero drugs - Eagle Pass Business Journal 04/22/2022

What did Greg Abbott’s border inspections turn up? Oil leaks, flat tires and zero drugs - Eagle Pass Business Journal

By Uriel J. García, The Texas Tribune April 21, 2022 "What did Greg Abbott’s border inspections turn up? Oil leaks, flat tires and zero drugs" was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. Sign up for The Brief…...

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What did Greg Abbott’s border inspections turn up? Oil leaks, flat tires and zero drugs - Eagle Pass Business Journal By Uriel J. García, The Texas Tribune April 21, 2022 “What did Greg Abbott’s border inspections turn up? Oil leaks, flat tires and zero drugs” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public p...

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These cookies are light and crunchy, but tender at the same time and full of chocolaty and cinnamon flavor.
RECIPE: https://muybuenocookbook.com/mexican-chocolate-cinnamon-toast-crunch-cookies/

04/22/2022

Bird migration, as Cornell Lab of Ornithology puts it, is one of the "greatest, mostly unseen spectacles of nature" because birds like to fly "under the cover of darkness." Some say we'd be astounded if we could see just how many birds are overhead at night during peak migrations. In Texas, spring peak migration starts tomorrow and goes until May 12. Help protect our feathered friends by turning out all non-essential lights outside and inside from 11 pm - 6 am every night during this time. This helps save migrating birds. Learn more and sign up for bird migration alerts: https://texanbynature.org/projects/lights-out-texas/
@TexanByNature @audubontexas

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Photos from City of Eagle Pass, Texas's post

04/22/2022

Warm, humid and breezy conditions continue into the start of the weekend with the cloudy mornings becoming partly cloudy each afternoon. A cold front will result in increased rain and thunderstorm chances for late Saturday night into Sunday and Monday. A few thunderstorms may be strong. Isolated rain and storm chances could linger around the Rio Grande into Tuesday. Temperatures to trend cooler early next week behind the front.

Economist says Gov. Abbott’s border inspections lost Texas $4.2 billion and 36,000 jobs 04/21/2022

Economist says Gov. Abbott’s border inspections lost Texas $4.2 billion and 36,000 jobs

Economist says Gov. Abbott’s border inspections lost Texas $4.2 billion and 36,000 jobs Long wait lines for trucks at the border after Gov. Greg Abbott ordered increased inspections cost Texas more than $4.2 billion in gross domestic product and...

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