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Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Tuesday, April 26, 2011
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Ramy "Zendy" Charisse Jacildo in a photo  posted on the Facebook account where people are sending their condolences*

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Bacoleña slain in NY,
BF-suspect kills self

A special education teacher and a St. Scholastica’s Academy graduate from Bacolod City, who taught autistic children, was shot dead by her Italian-American boyfriend in New York after which he took his own life in an apparent murder-suicide.

Killed was Ramy Jacildo, 22, of 88 B.S. Aquino Drive, Bacolod City, who had gone to the United States on March 25 on a tourist visa to visit her parents, Zenaida and Eduardo Jacildo, who had migrated there, an aunt in Bacolod, who asked not to be identified, told the DAILY STAR yesterday.

The Times Herald-Record, a daily newspaper published in Middletown, New York, reported on its website that police officers responded to a call at 1 a.m. Saturday that shots had been fired at a Woodward Terrace home in Central Valley, New York. moremoremore

Human organ
trafficking scare hits


The “human organ trafficking scare has reached Negros Occidental.

It all started after the foiled attempt of an unidentified man and woman to abduct a 15-year-old, whose identity is being withheld by the DAILY STAR, in Sitio Casipsipan, Brgy. Hilamonan, Kabankalan City, on April 23.

SPO1 Joselito Mendonez, Kabankalan PNP Desk Officer, said the minor, managed to escape from the suspects, who tried to hold him by force.moremoremore

Mayor backs call
for Ceneco probe


Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia yesterday said the executive department is supporting the move of the Sangguniang Panlungsod in seeking an investigation by the Energy Regulatory Board, National Electrification Commission, and Department of Energy on the power sales contracts entered into by the officials of Central Negros Electric Cooperative with certain power suppliers.

It also asked that an inquiry be conducted by the concerned agencies on the failure of the CENECO management to negotiate with Green Core Geothermal Incorporated, which had the lowest available offer, and to establish accountability on the KEPCO-Manta deals.

Leonardia said “We are supporting the SP, especially in the matter of having everything transparent.”moremoremore

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