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From left, Joseph Brown, Matthew Pavlik, Emily Hervol and Aleice Mitchell of Carlsbad Sixth Grade Academy react to winning the New Mexico Electric Car Challenge on Saturday. (Jim Thompson/Albuquerque Journal)

Making learning electrifying

You’d be right if you said the atmosphere was electric in the Highland High School gymnasium in Albuquerque on Saturday as aspiring automotive engineers from close to 30 middle schools from across the state competed in the New Mexico Electric Car Challenge.

McMILLAN: Denounced report about lab missteps

More eyes on WIPP leak

State to get independent review of what went wrong

Probe reports comet temperature of -261 degrees Fahrenheit

Rosetta’s Philae lander may be sleeping, but European Space Agency scientists are still interpreting the data it sent back in its 60 hours of operation on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

Start winding down on watering

It’s time to shut off those automatic sprinklers and begin getting your garden ready for winter, acc …