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A New Mexico detention center is looking to use iris scanning technology to verify the identities of inmates coming in and out of the jail... [Read More]
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Taos police responded to a call Wednesday afternoon from Taos Emergency dispatch where three individuals were reported fighting near the County Administration Complex. ... [Read More]
NMSU named to Center for World University Rankings list for 2018/19. [Read More]
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The book explores how binational students learn English, and how they also contribute to dual language curriculum. [Read More]
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KRWG TV and FM received five awards from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association’s 2018 Excellence in Broadcasting awards. [Read More]
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NMSU Army ROTC commander Lt. Col. Blanca Reyes named Military Science Professor of the Year. [Read More]
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Albuquerque Police have shut down eastbound I-40 and southbound San Pedro due to a "subject in crisis" in the area. [Read More]
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While many teens were enjoying staying up late and sleeping in on their summer break this week, one group of about 35 New Mexico teenagers... [Read More]
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In this week's Morning Shift Salute, Steve visited the amazing people over at Animal Humane of New Mexico. [Read More]
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TX Midland/Odessa TX Zone Forecast for Wednesday, June 6, 2018 _____ 055 FPUS54 KMAF 070230 ZFPMAF Zone Forecasts for West Texas/Southeast New Mexico National Weather... [Read More]
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Concerns persist about the emotional trauma inflicted on immigrant children even after President Trump's order to halt the separation minors from families that are detained... [Read More]
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"It's been interesting ​to see how everybody else grew up and where they grew up and what our interests are." [Read More]
Eight Mexican gray wolf pups are being raised by surrogate parents in the wild as federal biologists look to improve the genetic diversity of the... [Read More]
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The Department of Defense said Wednesday night that 21 military lawyers are being sent to Arizona, Texas and New Mexico to help prosecute illegal immigration... [Read More]
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The Department of Defense said Wednesday night that 21 military lawyers are being sent to Arizona, Texas and New Mexico to help prosecute illegal immigration... [Read More]
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The water may be safe, but many people in Edgewood refuse to drink it. [Read More]
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For years the Albuquerque Police Department has struggled to recruit and retain officers, but the president of the Albuquerque Police Officer's Association believes things are... [Read More]
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The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission hosted a seminar in Albuquerque that aims to bring awareness to hate crimes against Navajo people. [Read More]
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Featured: 1960 CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL is planning a class reunion the weekend of Aug. 17 and 18. We would like to extend the invitation... [Read More]
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"Just be aware, because you never know. I understand a baseball, but not a hog dog." [Read More]
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