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(Spanish reˈnosa)
(Placename) a city in E Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande. Pop: 847 000 (2005 est)
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(reɪˈnoʊ sə)

a city in N Tamaulipas, in E Mexico, on the Rio Grande. 265,663.
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A startling video shows a group of armed men robbing truckers and other drivers in Reynosa, Mexico, near the U.S.
A trio of Fox Valley college students and a Methodist pastor spent May 26-June 1 helping build a home for a family in Reynosa, Mexico.
13, 2018, in Reynosa, Mexico. The Caleros were traveling toward the Texas-Mexico border in a van with roughly 20 other migrants when uniformed assailants opened fire on them, leaving Grisber seriously injured.
The McAllen-Hidalgo Toll Bridge provides four lanes of northbound and southbound traffic over the Rio Grande River into the City of Reynosa, Mexico via two spans.
Increased production levels in its Reynosa, Mexico metals facility with a 19% improvement in cost/earned hour and double-digit improvement in plant output.
For far too long, US trade and tax policy has encouraged a corporate business model that shuts down operations in Ohio, cashes in on a tax credit at the expense of working Americans, and ships production to Reynosa, Mexico or Wuhan and China, he said.
Further, the Controlled Torque bushings are designed and engineered at the company's Clevite Elastomers plant in Milan, Ohio, USA and manufactured in Reynosa, Mexico.
The air is hot and sticky behind the metal gates of Senda de Vida, a migrant shelter on the bank of the Rio Grande in Reynosa, Mexico. Hector Orvis-Enrique, wearing sunglasses and a ball cap, fidgets with his hands as he sits on a cinder block wall and describes his kidnapping.
Another important change is underway at Stanley Black & Decker's plant in Reynosa, Mexico. Executives there implemented 'digital manufacture' technologies including asset monitoring with tiny radio frequency transmitters.
ARISE was first founded in the colonia--or "greater neighborhood"--of Las Milpas, just south of Pharr and across the border from Reynosa, Mexico. The town's population began to multiply with Mexican immigrants in the 1980s, and just before Naughton's arrival, President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
They reported that the cost ranged from about $5,000 to cross the border near Matamoros or Reynosa, Mexico, across the border from the Rio Grande Valley, but was about $1,500 to $2,000 to cross near Ciudad Acuna, across the river from Del Rio.