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Debuting Wednesday, and just in time for summer are scratch-and-sniff stamps. [Read More]
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A local doctor can add another accolade to her already impressive resume. [Read More]
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Both, New Mexico U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall say they will join protests against housing immigrant children away from their parents. They plan... [Read More]
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Santa Fe Public Schools District is running into another roadblock when it comes to finding funding to better secure its schools. [Read More]
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Beginning Wednesday, new procedures from the Transportation Security Administration regarding powders in carry-on bags will go into effect. [Read More]
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A hot day expected Wednesday with afternoon highs in the 80s, 90s and low 100s. Most of us can expect a full day of sunshine,... [Read More]
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Bernalillo County Firefighter/Paramedics have a new tool to help them save lives. [Read More]
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Red Mesa celebrates the release of The Devil and the Desert; 12 Step Rebels are back with new music, too, so Show up! [Read More]
Albuquerque is a growing, majority people-of-color city that is becoming more diverse, a report on racial equity released Tuesday by city officials indicates, but persistent... [Read More]
Department plans to purchase property to begin process... [Read More]
The first of three potential trials began Tuesday for a man accused of killing three people during a 12-day spree last summer. This week's trial... [Read More]
Growing pension liabilities, high Medicaid enrollment cited... [Read More]
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Peter Kierst, Artistic Director, tells us about Shakespeare on the Plaza. [Read More]
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The Albuquerque Isotopes saved the best for last against the Nashville Sounds. Jordan Patterson came up to the plate with two on and two outs... [Read More]
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Rain can be rare in New Mexico, but most people know it's about to fall by that distinct, crisp smell. [Read More]
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People who live near the Sahara Motel say the visitors have overstayed their welcome. Neighbors complain that police are constantly called to the motel, on... [Read More]
Jobs in the Albuquerque metropolitan area pay about 8 percent less per hour than the national average, according to newly released figures from the U.S.... [Read More]
Q: I started taking required distributions from my IRA last year and they withheld taxes that I had ... [Read More]
DEAR J.T. & DALE: I have been with my company 10 years, and I'm really bored. But it's a safe jo ... [Read More]
The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce have announced a partnership aimed at promoting "economic development from... [Read More]
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