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OPD searching for suspect after Albertsons robbery

first_img Pinterest Police searching for man connected to hit and run Home Local News Crime OPD searching for suspect after Albertsons robbery Twitter Facebook A surveillance image released by the Odessa Police Department depicts the suspect of a reported robbery Sunday at the Albertsons on West County Road in Odessa. By admin – May 14, 2018 Police searching for woman connected to husband’s death WhatsApp Facebook Foolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleSouthern Style Potato SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay 1 of 2center_img Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect or anyone who recognizes the vehicle is encouraged to contact the Odessa Police Department or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS. Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Local NewsCrime OPD searching for suspect after Albertsons robbery Pinterest A surveillance image released by the Odessa Police Department depicts the suspect of a reported robbery Sunday at the Albertsons on West County Road in Odessa. A surveillance image released by the Odessa Police Department depicts the suspect of a reported robbery Sunday at the Albertsons on West County Road in Odessa. Twitter WhatsApp Odessa police are searching for a suspect after a reported robbery during the weekend at Albertsons on West County Road.An Odessa police release stated that around 9 a.m. Sunday, a man handed a note to a cashier in the store, which stated that he had a gun and demanded all the money from the cash register, before the man exited the store with an undisclosed amount of cash and left in a blue Toyota Camry.There were no reports of any injuries.Surveillance images depicting the suspect and his vehicle can be seen at OdessaPD.com. Previous articleESTRICH: Desperation behind Mueller question list leak?Next articleDAILY OIL PRICE: May 14 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Faculty urge USC president to resign over scandal involving ex-campus gynecologist

first_imgJeffrey Greenberg/UIG via Getty Images, FILE(LOS ANGELES) — Hundreds of faculty members at the University of Southern California have backed a motion for the school’s president to resign over how he handled sexual-abuse allegations levied against a former campus doctor.The letter, obtained by ABC Los Angeles station KABC on Tuesday, said USC President C.L. Max Nikias should step down because he mishandled complaints against a former campus gynecologist, Dr. George Tyndall.Two-hundred faculty members across 14 USC schools had signed the letter as of Tuesday evening, claiming Nikias lacked the “moral authority” to lead the university’s investigation into the matter, according to KABC.“President Nikias’ actions and omissions amount to a breach of trust,” the letter said. “He has lost all moral authority to lead the university, and in addition, to lead the investigation of institutional failures that allowed this misconduct to persist over several decades.”The letter came in the wake of lawsuits filed against the school and Tyndall by current and former students who’ve accused the doctor of molesting patients for several decades. At least six women have sued the university alleging misconduct.One civil lawsuit claimed USC ignored complaints that Tyndall allegedly made crude remarks, took inappropriate photographs and groped patients to “satisfy his own prurient desires.”Tyndall, who worked at a USC student health clinic for 30 years, denied wrongdoing in interviews with the Los Angeles Times.USC Board of trustees Chairman John Mork said the university’s executive committee planned to support Nikias.“We strongly support President Nikias’ implementation of a thorough and comprehensive action plan that addresses these issues and enables USC to continue exemplifying our Trojan Family values as we move forward,” Mork said in a statement Tuesday. “We have zero tolerance for this conduct and will ensure that people are held accountable for actions that threaten the university student body and that do not reflect our culture of respect, care, and ethic.”Nikias also issued a lengthy statement on the school’s website laying out its action plan at the board’s request.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Midcontinent Grid Operator Sees More Coal-Fired Retirements Than Previously Anticipated

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享 Jeffrey Tomich for EnergyWire via Midwest Energy News:The U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan, if upheld by the courts, could force more coal plant retirements than initially expected in the nation’s midsection, according to the most recent modeling by the region’s grid operator.In its most recent report discussed at a committee meeting Wednesday, the Carmel, Indiana-based Midcontinent Independent System Operator looked at various greenhouse gas reduction scenarios and how they would affect the coal fleet across the 15 states where it operates.MISO found that the most cost-effective way of achieving a 30 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions over the next two decades – similar to what would be required nationally under the Clean Power Plan – would lead to the retirement of 16 to 21 gigawatts of coal generation, or nearly one-third of the 65 GW that will be operating at the end of this year.MISO had said as recently as December that it expected up to 14 GW of additional coal retirements on top of the 12.6 GW retired to help operators comply with the EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (EnergyWire, Dec. 17, 2015).The analysis also considered a 17 percent reduction in carbon emissions that could keep coal retirements to 8 to 11 GW, and a 43 percent carbon cut that could force as much as 30 GW of coal generation off the grid by 2035.Yesterday’s report at MISO’s Planning Advisory Committee meeting represented the next phase of its Clean Power Plan modeling that began after the EPA issued the final rule on Aug. 3. The grid operator has said it will continue the analysis despite the Supreme Court stay issued Feb. 9 (EnergyWire, Feb. 18).While MISO’s initial work focused on compliance options facing states under the Clean Power Plan, the current work looks more broadly at how the grid will evolve for decades to come as utilities shift to cleaner fuels and take advantage of declining costs for wind and solar energy.MISO projects additional coal retirements under Clean Power Plan Midcontinent Grid Operator Sees More Coal-Fired Retirements Than Previously Anticipatedlast_img read more