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Finding Rover app identifies lost dogs through facial recognition-Three Sacramento-area animal shelters are launching a free app that utilizes facial recognition technology aimed to help identify lost.
If you’re one of those people who hates missing the end of breakfast hours at McDonald’s, hang on just a little longer: the chain says its breakfast menu will be available all day starting Oct. 6.
A Woman from Dallas has come up with a new business: ‘Like Uber for pickup trucks’— Brenda Stoner had the idea for Pickup about a year ago — when she needed one — after noticing plenty of underutilized trucks. expecting to launch service in Austin in a couple of months.
El Niño may provide relief as half of Texas re-enters drought–Texas may have seen record rainfall in May, but after several dry months at least half of the state has now re-entered drought status.
The four men who died in the crash at 360 and Mopac, where the call went through the barrier and into a building were celebrating two of their birthdays. Relatives say three of them were related and the other was a close friend. Relatives have identified but the Travis County Medical Examiner’s office has not formally verified their identities.