Located within one of the largest metropolitan areas of Texas, Fort Worth enjoys service from many local and national internet service providers.
Centurylink Prism and Frontier FiOS both bring fiber to the city of Fort Worth. Centurylink Prism has a limited network, but it can expand in coming years. Frontier FiOS is currently available in part of the Far North neighborhood of Fort Worth.
DSL is offered through AT&T, as is fiber. The DSL coverage map is slightly larger, covering all of Fort Worth and surrounding neighborhoods.
Certain Fort Worth neighborhoods are served by Frontier Communications, including part of Far Northwest Fort Worth and part of the Far West neighborhood.
Through Windstream, customers in the Arlington Heights area have access to high-speed internet. This central neighborhood is joined by Wedgwood and Far Southwest.
Time Warner Cable serves the eastern edges of Fort Worth, including Far
Action News Investigates has learned Pennsylvania was supposed to have a state-of-the-art unemployment computer system two years ago.But the state is still using a 40-year-old system that has been overwhelmed with 1.65 million unemployment filings since the pandemic started.In 2017, the state Labor and Industry Department agreed to pay Geographic Solutions of Florida $35 million for a new unemployment system.Buried deep in the 2,589-page contract is a section showing the system was supposed to go live on April 30, 2018.Instead, the state has been fielding 20,000 calls a day from angry people who cannot get their unemployment using the old system.”It’s very frustrating,” said laid-off construction worker Jim Foster of Kittanning. He filed five weeks ago but still has not gotten an unemployment check.He said he was angry to learn about the delays with the new computer system.”Someone in Harrisburg that’s in charge of this stuff should have said, ‘Hey … Read More
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Pennsylvania has corrected its coronavirus data multiple times over the past week to account for irregularities, according to new reports.
Earlier this week, Pennsylvania started to include “probable deaths” in its fatalities. As a result, the total number of coronavirus deaths grew by 276, then 360, in successive nights, almost doubling the number of deaths in the state in two days. The Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) subsequently removed 200 deaths from its count after facing mounting questions about the accuracy of the count.
Health Secretary Rachel Levine spoke to the Philadelphia Inquirer about the initial decision to include probable deaths, as well as the decision to later remove those from the count.
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A “probable death” is one that a doctor believes is caused by COVID-19, even
Get more out of your accessories with Microsoft Gadgets.
Gadgets keeps track of where and when you last connected your smart accessories so you’ll know where to start looking if they’re lost. You’ll also know exactly when your accessories need topping up because Gadgets alerts you when their power is running low (supported accessories only).
What you can do with Gadgets:
– Make your own smart triggers. Choose an app that opens automatically whenever you connect to an accessory, such as open Spotify when you connect your headphones or HERE Drive when your phone connects to your car’s Bluetooth kit.
– Launch apps quickly. Customize the list of apps that appear in Gadget’s launch pad according to which accessory is connected.
– Find missing accessories. Gadgets keeps track of where and when you last connected to a smart accessory. And with Treasure Tags, you can use Gadgets to ring the
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) has the most coverage in California City. HughesNet is also widely available.
22.55 percent of California City residents are cut off from choice for broadband Internet service. This isn’t an unexpected fact since competition between the incumbent providers is low. Locations in the city have an average 1-2 choices for service.
We should note that since FCC data is processed biannually and only made public six or more months later, data shown here may have minor inaccuracies.
Frontier Communications is another commonly available broadband choice for California City, offering DSL service with coverage in 79 percent of the area.
In summary, California City’s broadband Internet infrastructure conforms with a pattern seen in many California communities: strong access to bundled cable and DSL, with the catch that the majority of houses are limited to only one option for subscribing to either type of Internet service. The cable/DSL
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There are a number of convenient ways licensees can order wine and spirits for their licensed establishments:
The Licensee Online Order Portal (LOOP): LOOP is an Internet-based wine and spirits ordering system that offers 24/7 convenience, real-time inventory and current and upcoming product sales. LOOP also provides order templates, customizable reports and data exports to help you track wine and spirits sales and manage your business.
FineWineAndGoodSpirits.com: Our e-commerce website, FineWineAndGoodSpirits.com, offers the opportunity to purchase rare wines and spirits, unique products and collector’s items and have those products delivered straight to a business, home or any Fine Wine & Good Spirits store location. The site features about 1,200 to 1,500 online exclusives not available to purchase anywhere else in Pennsylvania, including Limited-Release Lottery items reserved for licensees. The 10 percent licensee discount applies to qualifying orders purchased online.
Special Order (formerly Special Liquor Order, or SLO): If you can’t