Elizabeth Ramero is a 14 year old from Kennewick, believed to be in danger. She was last seen getting into her boyfriend's car outside Phoenix HS. But police say the 19 year old may have taken Ramero against her will to Mexico. They are looking for Edwardo Flores Rosales. The pair may be in a dark green Ford Escape SUV. Call 911 if you see them.
With weapons gone, 180 Umatilla Depot jobs also disappear
By Associated PressPublished: Feb 13, 2013 at 9:47 AM PSTLast Updated: Feb 13, 2013 at 2:32 PM PST
HERMISTON, Ore. (AP) — The Umatilla Chemical Depot will end 180 jobs Thursday as work continues to close the plant that destroyed more than 1 million pounds of chemical agents and munitions.
The last of six furnaces was shut down Friday.
The East Oregonian reports about 525 employees continue to work at the plant, which is operated by the URS company. Closure work will continue through 2014.
It took more than seven years to destroy all the chemical weapons at the depot. Furnaces destroyed rockets, mines, spray tanks and containers. The last furnace was used to destroy protective suits, filters and other secondary waste.