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09 Aug 2014

Han was a vocal adversary of the police department, and her family believed officers failed to look at other possible explanations. At the time of her death, she was involved in litigation against then-Albuquerque police Chief Ray Schultz and pending litigation against then-Deputy Chief Allen Banks, both of whom were among 10 people and two "John Does" listed as defendants in the federal lawsuit. Kennedy's reporting of Han's death triggered a response from more than two dozen people, including police and fire department investigators as well as top brass from Albuquerque police and high-ranking city officials, all of whom walked through the home soon after her body was found. In court documents, Han's family alleged that her death was improperly and incompetently investigated, with much of the evidence that could have unraveled the mystery surrounding her death spoiled. But Garza said in her ruling there is "no fundamental right under the constitution to know the cause of a family member's death." Albuquerque City Attorney David Tourek said the ruling wasn't a surprise. "We expected it," Tourek said Wednesday.

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Dial Nancy J. Dial Tweet Nancy J. Dial, 68, of Wooster, passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at her home. She was born in Logan, West Virginia on October 17, 1945 to Pratt and Verlie (Browning) McNeely and resided in Lodi since 1976, before moving to Wooster three years ago. Nancy was a member of the Bright Star Free Will Baptist Church in Stollings, West Virginia. Surviving are her son, Charles Dial, Jr.; granddaughter, Crystal; grandson, Brandon; special friend, Ray Watts; sisters, Thelma Short, Kay Trent, Tessie Gullett and brother, Pete McNeely.

View gallery . Yahoo Sports Jets 13, Colts 10: Andrew Luck's night was over after an efficient first drive (5-of-6 passing, 53 yards), and Trent Richardson (five rushes, 13 yards) had a few sold runs early. But the bad news for Indy was center Khaled Holmes limping off the field with a left ankle injury, for which he'll have an MRI on Friday per head coach Chuck Pagano. Holmes was vaulted to starter when Phil Costa abruptly retired in the offseason, and the Colts already are counting on a rookie (Jack Mewhort) as the starting left guard. For the Jets, the Geno Smith-Michael Vick talk typically takes center stage, but it's worth noting that Chris Ivory part of the Jets' three-headed rushing attack got hurt.

All told, the Ravens racked up a massive 237 rushing yards on 48 carries. At 4.94 yards per carry, that's the dominant ground game Flacco and the Ravens never had in 2013and it should put the rest of the AFC on notice. Defensively, first-round rookie C.J. Mosley looked as powerful as advertised, racking up three solo tackles, two assists and a sack. Second-rounder Timmy Jernigan looked disruptive at times in the second half, despite not being officially credited with a tackle. Pumping the Brakes It's hard not to be excited about taking on one of the best, deepest teams in the NFL and beating it 23-3.As dire as the 49ers' depth at quarterback and nose tackle were revealed to be, though, the Ravens have some points to improve on.

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"That's probably the biggest concern coming out right now," Jim Harbaugh noted. "We got pushed around a little bit." Each team played its starting unit for one series before the backups took over. After Colin Kaepernick moved the 49ers 66 yards for a field goal, Flacco made himself right at home in Kubiak's variation of the West Coast offense, going 4 for 5 for 52 yards during a 10-play scoring drive. Cavs, Wolves agree in principal for Love to join LeBron "Ten plays in a new offense, that doesn't happen very often," wide receiver Steve Smith said. "We were high tempo, high paced, so that went well." Kubiak, the former head coach of the Houston Texans, replaced offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, now Detroit's head coach. "The execution by the offense on our first drive was what we like to see," John Harbaugh said.

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"Effectively scaling our organization is a key component on Inogen's critical path. We are privileged to have someone with Heather's deep healthcare background, as well as extensive organizational development and human resources skills, join us at this stage of our growth," said Raymond Huggenberger, Inogen CEO. "Her expertise will be a significant asset as we build our organization to capitalize on the opportunity with the Inogen One family of products and Inogen At Home(TM) product. We look forward to Heather's guidance and leadership as a member of our Board." "I am delighted to be working with Inogen's talented and inspired executive team and board of directors," said Ms. Rider.


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