• Car & Automotive

    Fixers Automotive owner Tarfin Micu seriously injured after car thief dragged him at Heights shop

    HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Fixers Automotive, located right off Heights Blvd. and 11th Street, is a longtime staple in the Heights. The owner, Tarfin Micu, is known for working six, sometimes seven, days a week as the only mechanic in his shop. “I’ve seen Tarfin out here working on cars when it’s 120 degrees out or whether it’s 20 degrees out,” said Brian Laney, a longtime customer and neighbor. But for the first time, Tarfin’s shop is closed as he sits in a hospital with severe injuries. His wife told ABC13 that last Friday, he was working on a customer’s  

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  • Food & Cooking

    Things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news this week

    The winter brings a variety of food and cooking classes to broaden your culinary skills and palette. While cooking classes at Glorioso’s Appetito have been canceled through January, other businesses are modifying class size and making changes in accordance with COVID-19 safety regulations. Classes are subject to change, but here are a few classes still scheduled. New series of Korean cooking classes Milwaukee Recreation is offering a new series of classes in traditional Korean cooking. Learn how to prepare bulgogi, a Korean barbecue, rice cake soup and dumplings, kimchi pancakes and jjigae, a Korean stew, fried noodles, a spicy rice  

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  • Law & Legal

    U.S. appeals court delays legal challenge to Texas abortion law

    Supporters of reproductive choice take part in the nationwide Women’s March, held after Texas rolled out a near-total ban on abortion procedures and access to abortion-inducing medications, in Los Angeles, California, October 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ringo Chiu Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan 17 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Monday handed a defeat to abortion clinics by delaying a legal challenge to a Texas law banning most abortions in that state. In a 2-1 ruling, the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the Texas Supreme Court should address enforcement questions related  

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  • Business & Finance

    Wrangler Well Service is hiring a Business Operations Administrator- Department of Finance

    Looking for a full-time Business Operations Administrator. The right candidate must be able to work in a team and work alone under self-direction in a multi-tasking work environment. Functions as the Company’s financial business leader. Senior Accounting skills, AR/AP experience, tax reporting, monthly reconciliation, prepare financials for CPA review, strong Quickbooks experience required. Schedule: 8 hour shift – Monday to Friday Location: Experience: Bookkeeping: 5 years (Preferred) Full Charge Accounting/Bookkeeping: 3 years (Preferred) Responsibilities: Maintain a detailed record of expenses and revenue Manage accounts receivables and accounts payables Prepare, reconcile, and analyze the cost of sales, transactions, and accounts,  

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  • Computer & Technology

    Q&A: Dolapo Adedokun on computer technology, Ireland, and all that jazz | MIT News

    Adedolapo Adedokun has a lot to look forward to in 2023. After completing his degree in electrical engineering and computer science next spring, he will travel to Ireland to undertake an MS in intelligent systems at Trinity College Dublin as MIT’s fourth student to receive the prestigious George J. Mitchell Scholarship. But there’s more to Adedokun, who goes by Dolapo, than just academic achievement. Besides being a talented computer scientist, the senior is an accomplished musician, an influential member of student government — and an anime fan. Q: What excites you the most about going to Ireland to study for  

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