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“She was actually visiting one of her sons living in Dallas, and he was graduating from school, and they were celebrating his graduation,” Garcia said.

While she celebrates, there’s trouble back home. Police say the woman she gave a room to, along with four others, ripped off a dangerous drug dealer. Seventeen kilos of cocaine totaling tens of thousands of dollars.

“When my mom got back, I told her about it, and she was like, ‘Oh, my gosh, I hope it’s not who I think it was,'” Tina Tijerina said.

A man Judy knew would be trouble and he was.

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and she said that two gentlemen had come to her place of work, and one of them had grabbed her arm and was asking for the one young lady she had given a place to stay,” Garcia said.

The last place Judy is seen is JR’s club also on South Richey Street. A witness saw Judy leaning over a car, talking to someone. But whom?

Houston police are retracing her steps and putting new eyes on the case.

“There’s no indication she was sexually assaulted. nothing was stolen,” Detective Cervantes said.

No arrests ever came, but detectives discovered the drug dealer, who was ripped off, still threatened Judy, and she had enough.

“She got tired of it, and pretty much said if this doesn’t stop to those that were involved, if this doesn’t stop, then I’m going to tell them what went on,” Detective Cervantes said.

But who killed Judy? Was it retaliation for the dope rip off or someone afraid she’d tell?

Police count eight possible suspects. They’re trying to match to DNA found at the crime scene.

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MOLINE Sam’s Club was closed without notice to employees or customers Thursday, but is scheduled to reopen Friday, before permanently closing Jan. 26.

While Sam’s and Walmart (its parent company) have not responded to calls for comment, Moline planning and development director Ray Forsythe said the city was “notified today that they are closing, but I didn’t get any information as to why.”

He said Sam’s Club officials faxed a “Warn” notice (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) to the city, which is required by state law if a business plans to lay off many workers. Mr. Forsythe said the notice stated the store would close Jan. 26. Friday.

The business, which opened at 6600 44th Ave., on Aug. 21, 2014, reportedly has 155 workers. The Davenport Sam’s Club was operating as usual Thursday.

Alexus Coleman, 18, was hired as a cashier Dec. 7, making $11 an hour. She rushed to the Moline store on Thursday when she heard news of its closing.

“They said if you had a prescription to pick up, that was the only way you could get into the store,” Ms. Coleman said. “My boss said I would have to wait for the (information) packet to come in the mail. Now I have to go job hunting again.”

Ms. Coleman said she is scheduled to work Saturday.

“It makes me feel mad and disrespected,” she said. “I have to hurry up and find a job. I’m a full time student at Black Hawk College and I’m an athlete. Sam’s Club was willing to work around my schedule. It’s hard for me to find a job in such short notice.”

According to Business Insider, Sam’s Club abruptly closed 63 locations across the country Thursday, including seven of its 19 stores in Illinois. Other Illinois locations closing are in Naperville, Batavia, Matteson, Streamwood, Wheeling and Romeoville.

Sam’s Club did not respond to a request for more information.

Walmart boosts starting pay, closing dozens of Sam’s Clubs

The world’s largest private employer said it was closing 63 of its 660 Sam’s Clubs, including the Moline store, over the next weeks, with some shut already.

He said it was too early to say how many people overall would lose their jobs since some will be placed at other Walmart locations or rehired at the e commerce sites. Making Change at Walmart, a campaign backed by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, estimates that 150 to 160 people work at each Sam’s Club store, meaning the closures could affect about 10,000 people.
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MOLINE Tears flowed at Tuesday night’s Moline City Council meeting as parents and students made their case for installation of a traffic light near John Deere Middle School.

Concerns about the speed of traffic in the area came to a head Friday after a student crossing the street near the school was struck by a vehicle. in the intersection of 12th Street and 21st Avenue.

“I just don’t want a situation where say we want to put a crossing guard there and it takes us four weeks to hire somebody and get somebody over there,” Ald. Wendt said.

A tearful Patricia Lang, of Moline, witnessed the accident, and helped gather people to lift the car off of the child. She said installing the traffic light is about safety.

“I pulled up to that street, and saw this little girl’s head bounce off of a windshield and slide underneath the hood and roll as this gentleman tried to get off of her and she became lodged,” Mrs. Lang said. “The scream that was heard was (the child’s) mother and the desperation look on her face. I never want to feel it or see it again.”

Mayor Stephanie Acri said the city has a “unique situation” because busing is not offered in Moline.

“We are all frustrated, we are all scared for our children,” Mayor Acri said. “There are ways to make it safer. We are going to have to come up with some unique solutions to keep our students safe.”

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until now, approximately 10 personal injury accidents occurred in the area between 19th and 23rd avenues and 9th and 12th streets. The majority of those were car versus car, with four of the 10 most likely involving John Deere Middle School students, Chief Hitchcock said.

Mayor Acri said the council will need to discuss further a long term solution to the problem. After the meeting, she said she has already talked with Moline Coal Valley Schools Superintendent Lanty McGuire twice and plans to talk more. She said she hopes to have a long term solution in place by the start of the next school year. Scott Hinton, city engineer, said that the road would be built from millings left over from the John Deere Road project. He did provide an update at the city council meeting Tuesday night:

“The preliminary investigation shows that a van parked on the east side of 12th Street, just south of 21st Avenue, right near the crosswalk. A pedestrian got out of the van on the east side of the van, walked around to the front of the van and stepped out onto 12th Street on the crosswalk at the same time a car was traveling north on 12th Street and the pedestrian was struck.

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This story has been updated to include a response from the Human Services Department.

A health care company said Wednesday it filed a lawsuit challenging its loss of a state contract to manage services for Medicaid recipients.

Molina Healthcare of New Mexico said its lawsuit, filed in state District Court in Santa Fe, alleges numerous contracting irregularities by the state Human Services Department.

Molina also said a contracting consultant used by the department had a conflict of interest. It said the consultant has financial ties to a company affiliated with a winning bidder for the Medicaid work.

At stake for Molina in the lawsuit are millions of dollars in managed care fees from Medicaid, the multibillion dollar health care program for more than 850,000 low income people in New Mexico.

“New Mexico’s HSD has seen no such lawsuit as of today,” saidMary Elizabeth Robertson, a spokeswoman for the Human Services Department, in an email from Feb. 2.

“This procurement process was competitive and fair. Molina HealthCare has an opportunity to protest following the end of the procurement period. HSD is committed to providing the highest quality services to the people of New Mexico dependent on Medicaid.”

Molina, which provides managed care to about 225,000 Medicaid recipients, is in the final year of a five year contract.

The Human Services Department announced this month that Molina and United Healthcare, also in the final year of a five year contract, would no longer provide Medicaid managed care services beginning in 2019.

The department said it would retain Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico and Presbyterian Health Plan as Medicaid managed care providers and that it was contracting with a new provider, Western Sky Community Care, a subsidiary of Centene Corp. of St. Louis.

The contracting decisions by the Human Services Department followed a request for proposals from managed care organizations.

In its legal bid to keep its Medicaid work, Molina alleges the Human Services Department accelerated the contracting process without reason and exhibited a pattern of changing evaluation factors for contract proposals.

“This resulted in Molina’s technical score being reduced based on undisclosed factors,” Molina said in a news release.

“The fact that the State rushed the [contracting] timeline, did not schedule oral presentations, and made the decision in a vacuum, reflects another potential injustice on New Mexico’s most vulnerable residents,” Molina President Daniel Sorrells said in the release.

Molina also said the Human Services Department hired a firm named Mercer as a consultant on the contracting process and that Mercer coached the Human Services Department on how to evaluate contract proposals.

Molina said Mercer has a multibillion dollar contractual relationship with Envolve, a sister company of Medicaid contract winner Western Sky Community Care.

The New Mexico contract proposal by Western Sky shows it plans to use Envolve, whose website says it provides supplemental health benefits, medical management and other services.

“Mercer has a vested interest in the success of Envolve, and apparently will benefit from any revenue and profit Envolve obtains from Western Sky’s operations in New Mexico. Yet Mercer was also centrally involved in developing, managing, and evaluating [contract] winners,” Molina said in its news release.

A spokesperson for Centene, the parent company of Envolve and Western Sky, couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

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Tolvanen assisted on Finland’s first three goals and is the tournament’s leading scorer with nine points in four games. Dallas Stars prospect Miro Heiskanen and Juuso Hietanen also scored, Sakari Manninen added an empty netter and Mikko Heiskanen made 17 saves for Finland.

South Korea players carried flags around the ice after the game at their first Olympics. Brock Radunske and Jin Hui Ahn scored the quickest two goals in South Korea hockey history 2:03 apart in the second period to make it a game.

South Korea had been outscored 14 1 in pool play.

Host South Korea is putting a scare into heavily favored Finland in men’s hockey at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

South Korea trails Finland 3 2 at the second intermission Tuesday after Brock Radunske and Jin Hui Ahn scored 2:03 apart in the second period the fastest two goals for the team in the tournament.

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Ter Mors had already won the 1,000 meters on the Olympic Oval last week and came back to lead the women’s 3,000 meter relay team to take bronze Tuesday at the Pyeongchang Games.

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Johannes Rydzek has won the Nordic combined large hill gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, leading a German sweep of the podium.

Fifth after the ski jumping, Rydzek took the lead on the last lap of the 10 kilometer cross country race and beat compatriot Fabien Riessle by four seconds Tuesday. Normal hill champion Eric Frenzel won the bronze.

Akito Watabe of Japan was first after the ski jumping stage and started with a one second lead over Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riiber but finished fifth behind Riiber.

Defending champion Joergen Graabak of Norway couldn’t recover from a poor result on the ski jump and finished 10th.

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Fourcade erased nearly a 38 second deficit on the final leg of the relay by hitting all 10 shots to help the French team of Marie Dorin Habert, Anais Bescond and Simon Desthieux to a come from behind victory.

Fourcade waved the French flag as he crossed the finish line for his team in 1 hour, 8 minutes and 34.3 seconds. Norway took home the silver medal and Italy the bronze.
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“The immediate circumstances are that today we have not a centralized Emergency but sort of decentralized Emergency. There is climate of fear and a sense of helplessness which I did not see during the Emergency,” he said at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet here.

“Forces that are to battle against this situation are divided. I have been long saying that you have to recognise the mortal danger that (Narendra) Modi and others represent to the country,” he added.

According to Shourie, there has been over the last 30 40 years a decline in the quality of persons in public life.

“The decline . is the great problem. Even you look at the persons who were involved in the fight against the Emergency, their quality and the quality of persons today. There is a vast difference. That is the central problem for India today.”

He also questioned the system of selecting rulers in India. “This is not the way to select rulers for a billion people.

Asked to spell out the constructive steps to ensure that better quality persons come to public life, he said: “We can think of stricter qualifications for persons who enter the legislature.”

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The former World Bank economist also criticized the Modi government over non performing assets in the banking sector.

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Attacking the media, he said over time the media had become “the part of establishment” and “the instrument of rulers”.

According to Shourie, earlier the media passion was public issues while “today the passion is to make money”.
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One day state park vehicle permits will increase $2, from $5 to $7, and year round vehicle permits will increase $10, from $25 to $35. These fees have not changed in more than a decade, and the increases were needed to continue to provide quality facilities and services at these important places at a level that maintains their nation leading status.

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The model who posed for a controversial billboard and ads in 2008 for the soon to close Skaneateles Furs store said she now regrets her decision to model for the business.

“I thought they were vintage furs that were being recycled,” she said, not realizing the clothing she was promoting came from factory fur farms, which she vehemently opposes.

Hornung Devrient said that the factory fur industry is cruel and offensive, causing the needless suffering of animals for human vanity.

She ended up asking Eloise Luchsinger, the store’s owner, to stop using her image to promote the store’s clothing, she said.

Luchsinger recently announced she was retiring and that store would close at the end of January after being in business for 34 years. The business initially was named Skaneateles Fur Exchange, and Luchsinger sold used furs on consignment. She went to selling new furs and dresses, though, in the 1990s and changed the name to Skaneateles Furs.

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The banner on the downtown Skaneateles store, though, was removed after the village mayor told Luchsinger that it was “too explicit.”

Hornung Devrient said the image was “selling sex, which is what everyone does. But in a small community (like Skaneateles), it was probably not the way to go.”

She said she is not a vegan and does occasionally meat but only meat that’s raised locally and range fed. She opposes the eating of meat from factory farms, which she said is less healthy and involves the suffering of animals.

Hornung Devrient said she does not oppose hunting, as long as it’s done responsibly, “when individuals know what they’re doing and practice shooting beforehand and that they use the meat and everything.”

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Metro Nashville Public Schools missed the cut for a district centered federal grant awarding school systems for innovations in education reform, national education officials announced Tuesday.

The school district ranked 40th among almost 400 competing systems across the state, landing it in the final round. Department of Education passed over MNPS and is handing awards to only the top 16 schools, according to the agency website.

MNPS was the only district in the Volunteer State to land in the final round of 61 applicants in the grant competition, beating out Shelby County Schools and the state Achievement School District charged with turning around failing schools.

Metro Nashville school district had applied for the maximum award of $40 million within the total $400 million awarded through the program.

The loss comes shortly after top state officials urged Education Secretary Arne Duncan to seriously consider the district when picking award winners.

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What’s in common among the officials lending their “support” is they all favor charters and/or vouchers and were hoping the federal monies could be used to further those ideas. For that reason, I’m glad Metro didn’t get the money, as it would mostly be wasted.

If, instead, the money were used to fund innovative ideas that really work (with research based evidence to back up that claim), expansion of technological resources, teacher professional development, and parental involvement/support initiatives, then I’d like to see the district get the money.
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