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Come election time in the United States, voters are just dying to know any bit of information they can about the political figures in the running, whether it be about policy or their personal lives.

For many Texans right now, the focus is on the 2022 gubernatorial race between Republican incumbent Greg Abbott and Democrat Beto O'Rourke, and there's no shortage of questions the public has about the two competitors.

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A lot has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began over 8 months ago, and now Walmart is taking things to a whole new futuristic level.

The supermarket chain is now pairing with Quest Diagnostics and DroneUp to send out a fleet of drones to deliver at-home self-collection COVID-19 test kits in cities that are seeing a massive increase in case numbers.

El Paso, Texas is the latest spot to get the opportunity of air-born tests, as the massive border city has seen a huge spike in confirmed cases with over 75,000 residents being infected.

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Whether you considered yourself a homebody before or after we all got stuck indoors, we have all been hit with the harsh reality that going outdoors isn't an option the way that it used to be. Luckily, there's a way to virtually visit your favorite Texas spots thanks to Google Earth, and there's one state park that really caught our eyes. You may have heard of it, or even been once or twice, but now you can say you've done both in a matter of minutes.

Big Bend National Park will leave you in awe whether you visit the park in person or not. Not only does visiting the park virtually keep you safe, but it also saves you money!

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For those of us who are fans of short adventures but are trying not to leave the couch right now, this virtual tour of Carlsbad Caverns is exactly what we need! Thanks to technology, we can feel like we’re actually being led by our own personal tour guide who explains the history of each place as we move our cursor 360 degrees.

When you think about visiting a National Park, you might think of lots of trees, and fresh air, and wildlife. But this is a different kind of National Park.

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