... relatives of an unidentified person,
Terrell, 17, was last seen Sept. 28, 1980, with two unidentified people at a
restaurant. The law enforcement officials believe Terrell was planning to make her way to
before she was killed.
Her body was found about a week later, on October 5, by a driver in the desert area near
. The Clark County coroner's office ruled her death a homicide....
Reno is known as The Biggest Little City in the World and sits in the High Sierra foothills near Nevada's border with California. Casino industry and tourism, and is attractive to businesses and real estate buyers due to its favorable tax laws.
is known as The Biggest Little City in the World and sits in the High Sierra foothills near
's border with
There is some political pressure and breakup talk, but these seem to be non-economic related, he said. It looks like a good opportunity from a valuation standpoint and where they are trading versus their earnings power. The sales of
-based company are projected to expand 19% in 2022, faster than
, Amazon.com Inc. and
Corp., according to the average analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg.
is very bullish about the stock....
... country store shelves will not be empty due to actions taken by his administration in partnership with business and labor, retailers, grocery stores and freight movers and railroads.
Biden cited moves to relieve congestion by extending operating hours at
ports, partnering with a major ocean carrier to provide a $100 discount when containers are picked up quickly and extending extra flexibility for truckers through February.
The president said these measures would ...
... publicized microchip and building materials shortages. The issues are causing shortages in everyday office supplies, from printer ink and toner to paper to lightbulbs.
When anthropology professor Sara Becker returned to her office at the
University of California
in early November, she noticed several bulbs had burned out over the eight months she'd worked remotely. An assistant in her department called the facilities unit for replacements, and Becker was asked what percentage of lightbulbs ...
... make biofuels based on their so-called carbon intensity.
The idea is to spur sustainable farming and help growers track their greenhouse gas data, which will allow them to get a premium for crops through low-carbon fuel markets. Programs already in
and spreading worldwide are expected to put higher value on fuel ingredients to encourage global warming emissions.
According to Bob Whiteman, chief financial officer for Poet's biofuels division, said in an interview that the carbon intensity ...
..., after it turned out that most of the passengers who had tested positive after arriving on two flights from
on November 26 had been vaccinated.
The first known US case, announced on Wednesday, was a fully vaccine-vaccinated person in
who had travelled to
. Two French cases, in the greater
region and eastern
, were passengers arriving from
news agency said
has imposed a two-week quarantine for ...
Two men have been charged with allegedly running a years-long music royalty scam in which they claimed to hold the rights to 50,000 Spanish-language songs, in addition to claiming to have the rights To more than $20 million in payments from YouTube GOOGL.
Two men have been charged with allegedly running a years-long music royalty scam in which they claimed to hold the rights to 50,000 Spanish-language songs, in addition to claiming to have the rights to more than $20 million in payments from