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Texas to require Tesla’s NACS connector on charging stations in the state

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electrek.co – – 2023-06-21 05:25:00

SUMMARY: Texas is requiring Tesla’s NACS connector on charging stations in the state to become the standard for electric vehicle charging in North America. Texas Department of Transportation confirmed that it would require both NACS and CCS connectors at charging stations within the state. Tesla has proposed offering adapters from NACS to CCS during the transition to the new standard. Texas is now the first state to mandate the installation of EV charging stations with the NACS connector.

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Some iPhone users eligible for $349 in lawsuit settlement payout over audio issues

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abc13.com – CNNWire – 2024-05-24 22:33:58

SUMMARY: Owners of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models may be eligible for compensation up to $349 as part of a $35 million settlement for issues related to the audio chip. To qualify, users must have owned the devices between September 16, 2016, and January 3, 2023, and reported problems or paid for repairs. Apple, which denied any wrongdoing, removed the headphone jack in 2016 to improve sound quality and design. Eligible users will be notified about the settlement, with a claim deadline of June 3 and a final approval hearing on July 18. Previous settlements also addressed issues with older iPhone models.

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Houston woman describes fearful moments during storm that moved car and blew out windows

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abc13.com – Luke Jones – 2024-05-24 22:24:09

SUMMARY: Darlene Brown recounts a harrowing experience captured on dash camera footage as strong winds damaged her car and blew out its back window while she waited outside Wells Fargo Plaza in Houston. As debris flew into her car, Brown stayed on the phone with her sister, fearing she might be swept away. Attorney Michael Lombardino’s camera recorded the incident, showing Brown’s car being pushed into a curb. Although she emerged unscathed from the storm, she returned home to find a fallen tree had damaged her house. Fortunately, Brown managed to remove the tree without significant harm, though her car remains in repair.

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Deputy arrested: Christopher Wohlschlegel accused of DWI, injuring 2 on Sorters McClellan Road in Kingwood, court docs show

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abc13.com – Jiovanni Lieggi – 2024-05-24 22:18:45

SUMMARY: A former Precinct 4 deputy, 41-year-old Christopher Wohlschlegel, was arrested in Kingwood, Texas, for driving while intoxicated after crashing into two other vehicles, according to court documents. The incident occurred on Sorters McClellan Road, injuring at least three people who required hospitalization. Despite the Precinct 4 Constables Office’s usual routine of posting drunk driver arrests on social media, they have remained silent about Wohlschlegel’s case. Wohlschlegel left the office shortly after the incident, though it is unclear if he resigned or was terminated. The Harris County District Attorney’s Office is investigating potential additional charges.

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