She said she was devastated to learn of her daughter's death and was hoping the search would "end differently.""It does actually give us a slight bit of closure," Schalow said.
"You go to sleep with different pain but at least, we've gone searching for her so many times."Russo's cause of death hasn't yet been released.
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Laos died peacefully in the home she and her late husband, Roy Elias Laos Jr., moved into decades ago.
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-- A missing Arizona woman was found slain in a shallow grave last week, and authorities have arrested a man with whom she went on an online date, reports CBS affiliate KPHO.25-year-old Angela Russo had been missing since April 19, after reportedly meeting her suspected killer for a date in West Phoenix.
The bus line, which operated from 1923 to 1979, served Tucson’s south and west sides. “He was the disciplinarian and my mother was the mediator.”“My dad would come home late at night and get us out of bed and give us the discipline,” adding that he and his four brothers all worked at the store. We learned from my dad discipline, order and the work ethic,” said the younger Laos, explaining that his parents were a team.
Laos also served on Tucson Unified School District committees proposing partial redistricting to handle court-ordered desegregation plans. In a 2010 Star interview, Laos said El Tiradito was the only sanctuary in the United States dedicated to a sinner.
Among her preservation work, Laos helped get the downtown El Tiradito wishing shrine site on the National Register of Historic Places. According to the most popular legend, a man involved in a love triangle died on that spot after an altercation about 150 years ago.
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