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Adria Bodour, the Air Force's lead scientist on the Kirtland Air Force Base fuel spill cleanup project, discusses the spill with members of the public prior to a meeting in March at the African American Performance Arts Center at Expo New Mexico. Bodour, an Albuquerque native, feels both privileged and challenged to be working on a serious and controversial environmental issue in her hometown. (Journal File)

ABQ native leading fuel spill cleanup

By Ollie Reed / Journal Staff Writer

Air Force Civil Engineer Center scientist assigned to fix problem at Kirtland Air Force Base

Boston Marathon winner Caroline Rotich, right, signs  autographs after she was honored with a parade into the Plaza in Santa Fe.
Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal

Santa Fe honors Boston Marathon winner

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

SANTA FE – Sitting atop a restored 1937 American LaFrance Fire Engine, 2015 Boston Marathon …

U.S., Iran in more nuke talks

By Bradley Klapper And Deb Riechmann / The Associated Press

WASHINGTON – The Obama administration moved Monday to advance its nuclear diplomacy w …

Former Lobo soccer player Kyle Venter, right,  now plays for the Tulsa Roughnecks of the USL.

courtesy Tulsa Roughnecks

Ex-Lobo soccer star lands with Roughnecks

By Kevin Hendricks / Journal Staff Writer

After a stellar career with the New Mexico Lobos, Kyle Venter made his Major League Soccer debut wit …

Yemen shaken by war of words

By Zaid Al-alayaa And Laura King / Los Angeles Times

SANAA, Yemen – With Saudi Arabia beefing up its forces along the frontier with Yemen, …

By ABQnews Staff

How long had you planned to come to UNM in January? About a year. How is it working out? It’s… more »

Shortages bite as quake death toll tops 4,200

By Julie Makinen, Bhrikuti Rai And Michael Edison Hayden / Los Angeles Times

KATHMANDU, Nepal – As the death toll from Nepal’s massive earthquake passed 4,200 Mon …