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Calif. about 100 miles north of Sacramento The FedEx semi-truck was heading southbound when it crossed the median for unknown reasons and crashed head-on into the charter bus full of students according to local broadcaster KRCR Officials said early Friday that the driver of the truck was among those killed According to a first responder who arrived at the scene about 36 or 37 people received injuries ranging from severe to minor burns broken bones and lacerations the AP reports FedEx representatives confirmed that they were cooperating with officials in the ongoing investigation into the accident Investigators are still unclear why the FedEx truck swerved before the crash the Associated Press reports "Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved in the tragic accident on I-5 in California” FedEx spokeswoman Bonnie Kourvelas said in a statement Thursday night “We are cooperating fully with authorities as they investigate" The students on the bus were reportedly high schoolers from Los Angeles traveling to a spring-preview event at Humboldt State University scheduled for Thursday evening The bus was one of two vehicles charted by the university to transport students to the open-house event As news broke of the deadly accident the universitys president offered his condolences to the families of the prospective students "Humboldt State University is deeply saddened by a tragic accident that occurred earlier this evening involving a charter bus filled with prospective students They were on their way to visit campus for the April 11 Spring Preview event" Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond said in a statement "Our hearts go out to those who have been affected and we are here to support them and their families in any way possible" Contact us at [email protected] Reno the first female US Attorney General died on Monday at age 78 at home in Miami-Dade County Fla the same county where she spent her youth before embarking on a long career of law and public service Before her time as Attorney General a Florida State Attorney or a private lawyer Reno had an empowering childhood in a bustling home Reno and three younger siblings were born to Jane (née Wood) and Henry Reno who both worked as reporters in Miami Their log-cabin home outside the city on the edge of the Everglades was filled with animals such as “alligators…cows beagles macaws raccoons goats geese ponies pigs and skunks (not descented)” according to a 1993 profile of Reno in TIME During those years Reno had strong women as role models Her aunt Daisy served as a nurse during World War II in North Africa and marched on Italy with General George Patton; another aunt Winnie was a member of the Women’s Air Force Service Pilots She also learned about justice from her father who was a Pulitzer-Prize-winning crime reporter for the Miami Herald for 43 years “Such a colorful personal history guaranteed that Janet Reno would arrive in Washington and become instantly a cartoon” TIME’s Nancy Gibbs wrote in 1993 ”Friends who have known Reno since her days as a chemistry major at Cornell or as one of 16 women in a class of 500 at Harvard law or as a powerhouse prosecutor in Miami are amused at the caricature ‘Everybody thought she was this li’l gal from the swamp’ says longtime Miami friend Sara Smith” Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter After Cornell Reno graduated from Harvard Law in 1963 and worked in private practice until she landed a spot on the Florida House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee in 1971 She was appointed the State Attorney for Miami-Dade County in 1978 and served in that office until 1993 winning re-election over and over “Reno ran five times and kept winning by vast margins” the 1993 story noted “That she managed to do so running as a liberal-minded pro-choice Democrat in a deeply conservative county without hiding her principles carries a lot of weight in the city of perpetual pandering” The profile continues: Even her fiercest critics acknowledge her ethical hygiene Here is a public servant who pays list price for a new car to avoid any charge of getting a sweet deal In a department under fire for being deeply politicized and ethically challenged drifting past successive scandals from BCCI to Iraqgate employees consider her their best chance at redemption Reno has says an observer from Capitol Hill ”established a certain air of integrity that is emanating from that department You cannot diminish the value of having the head of the Justice Department being recognized nationally for strength integrity and honesty That is certainly something that has not happened at Justice for the past 12 years It’s real corny but it’s real important’ Indeed the spotlessness of her record helped Reno ascend to the Attorney General position in 1993 President Bill Clinton was set on appointing the first female to the role the New York Times reports but corporate lawyer Zoe Baird and the federal judge Kimba Wood had to withdraw their names from consideration for Reno’s eventual role after it was discovered that they had both hired undocumented immigrants as nannies Write to Julia Zorthian at [email protected] Bob Corker R-Tenn,S. 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“Does it make sense to convert or does it make sense to do good preventative maintenance, NPF Youth Wing said the dissident group of legislators is primarily comprised of NPF legislators, of West Fargo said closing 12 "rooftops" will benefit the customers in the long run"At the end of the day customers want a team that can get the job done — up quickly and correctly and efficiently as possible and to do that it takes scale" Meyer said "This wasn’t a knee-jerk decision but something we’ve thought about for a long time"Meyer said the company’s move to consolidate 15 locations into neighboring locations is about customer care Titan operates 75 agricultural dealerships in North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota Iowa and Nebraska They’re also in six additional states with construction equipment including Montana Wyoming Wisconsin Colorado Arizona and New MexicoPrior to the pending closures Case-IH store lists indicated Titan controlled about 25 percent of the Case-IH store locations in Minnesota and about 40 to 45 percent of locations each in South Dakota and North DakotaThe store closings will cut annual expenses by $25 million and offer a $16 million improvement in profits but that wasn’t what drove the change in a publicly-traded company that recently has had more than $1 billion in gross salesCustomers firstIt started with a management structure change effective Feb 1 Affected staff members on Feb 9 were informed of the closings to give time to inform customers and to help employees find a fit for jobs in neighboring stores"We invest in the stores to run and serve the market but what happens when markets change is we need to change with the market" Meyer saidEach store that has been dropped could have another life for another purpose"We’ve been a part of these communities have worked side-by-side with these employees and families and have known them for a long time" Meyer said "Any type of change is difficult but to close stores to exit a community those become very difficult decisions"Meyer said the company is doubling down on precision farming and leveraging the company’s experts across larger areas Double-downSignificantly on Feb 22 the company announced a strategic alliance with Decisive Farming Corp, a victim of sexual assault, employment, 3 million viewers and is a top-10 show in the 18-to-49 demo. Trump and first lady Melania Trump. This warped form of Islam is an internal threat that every nation must address with vigilance. Because of their ability to imitate other forms,"It suggests possible improvements to the Pavilion area.

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