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Customers flock to thrift stores for costume-ready Halloween wear and themed decor. Genoveva Galvez tries on a hat at a Goodwill store in Albuquerque recently. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Retail frenzy for fright fest

Is the cost of your Halloween a horror story? Here are some tricks to control the bottom line

University of Texas at Arlington researchers Purnendu Dasgupta, left, and Aditya Das are shown here in one of the school’s chemistry labs. Dasgupta has developed an environmentally friendly field analyzer for arsenic levels in water. (Brad Loper/Dallas Morning News/MCT)

Fueling growth with research

Through commercialization of university innovations, federal funding can solve problems, boost economy

A semiconductor wafer is tested at ACME Advanced Materials Inc. Acme buys defective wafers and uses microgravity to turn them into 'A'grade wafers.Rich Glover, owner of ACME Advanced Materials Inc., shows a defective semiconductor wafer of the type his company "heals" by shooting them into suborbit. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Made in space

ABQ startup forms next-gen wafers for power electronics in microgravity

ABQ enters new era in air service

DALLAS – A new era in Southwest travel took flight Monday, when Southwest Airlines Co. and V …

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