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NM faces reduction in tobacco payments

SANTA FE New Mexico will see a reduction of up to $25 million next year in the annual settlement payment it receives from big tobacco companies following a court ruling last month.

KORTE: Organizing rally at Del Norte High School

Rally set to protest teacher evaluation changes

An Albuquerque Public Schools board member is organizing a political offensive against reforms by the state Public Education Department and sending a message to state legislators: Rein in the PED and put the brakes on school reforms, or you will be targeted next.

Man with 175 pounds of pot arrested

An Albuquerque man was arrested Friday after police found 175 pounds of marijuana on his South Valley property, according to a criminal complaint filed in Metropolitan Court.

Software engineer and entrepreneur Jeff Lyon's computer shows the "Flagger" program he developed in San Jose, Calif. (Ben Margot/The Associated Press)

Counterattacks growing against NSA spying

SAN JOSE, Calif. From Silicon Valley to the South Pacific, counterattacks to revelations of widespread National Security Agency surveillance are taking shape, from a surge of new encrypted email programs to technology that sprinkles the Internet with red flag terms to confuse would-be snoops.

NM faces reduction in tobacco payments

SANTA FE New Mexico will see a reduction of up to $25 million next year in the annual settlement payment it receives from big tobacco companies following a court ruling last month.

Israeli killed by Palestinians

JERUSALEM — Palestinians wielding axes and iron bars killed an Israeli man outside his home in the West Bank, Israeli police said Friday, the latest in a series of attacks on Israelis in the area.

Sports

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An NFL story that’s upsetting

No one has to remind Peyton Manning and his fellow undefeated Broncos that there will be enormous historic consequences if they don’t take care of the winless Jacksonville Jaguars today in their Week 6 meeting in Denver.

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An NFL story that’s upsetting

No one has to remind Peyton Manning and his fellow undefeated Broncos that there will be enormous historic consequences if they don’t take care of the winless Jacksonville Jaguars today in their Week 6 meeting in Denver.

This scene on the Lobo bench, summed it up for the night after the Lobos were beating 56 to 42 to UNLV Saturday evening at University stadium. Pictured from left to right are: Cornerback Cranston Jones, far left, Safety Markel Byrd, center, and outside linebacker Trevon Roy. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

UNM football: Lobos fall 56-42 to UNLV

When the offense is humming, the defense has more leaks than an old radiator.

Then, when defense rallies a bit, the offense sputters.

Its a thread that connects years of New Mexico football.

The latest case in point: the Lobos 56-42 loss to the UNLV Rebels Saturday night at University Stadium.

Business

A major expansion at Array Technologies, 3901 Midway Place NE, is underway. (Dean Hanson/Albuquerque Journal)

Their day in the sun

Albuquerque-based Array Technologies Inc. is building a 23,000-square-foot addition to accommodate more employees at its solar facility

Entertainment

Storm Cloud, Lake George is a 1923 oil on canvas by Georgia OKeeffe.

O’Keeffe before NM

It was at Lake George that Georgia O’Keeffe loosened the shackles of convention to revel in the spirit of abstraction.

Storm Cloud, Lake George is a 1923 oil on canvas by Georgia OKeeffe.

O’Keeffe before NM

It was at Lake George that Georgia O’Keeffe loosened the shackles of convention to revel in the spirit of abstraction.

Tim Mix plays Don Giovanni and Lindsay Ohse is Donna Anna in Opera Southwests Don Giovanni. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

Don Juan charms Opera Southwest

The Spanish legend of Don Juan the archetypal womanizer has been around for centuries and has been the subject of novels, plays and operas.

Opinion

An Alice-in-Wonderland argument

WASHINGTON The marble friezes above the Supreme Court chamber depict 18 great lawgivers, including Moses, Solomon, King John and William Blackstone.

Speak up

IF EVERYONE WOULD bag their garbage before placing it in the city-provided cans – which is t …

Politics

Blogs

APD could see 2.5% pay hike

Albuquerque city councilors tonight adopted a resolution that would make enough money available to boost police officers pay by 2.5… more »

Lobos-Cowboys

Sorry, got behind. Cowboys went up 38-24, Lobos got late TD but Wyoming recovered the Lobos’ last-gasp onside kick. Final… more »

Take 5

These stories created the most buzz in the sports world this past week: 5 The teams listed 6-7-8-9 in the… more »

Rude behavior poor example for new driver

Dear Thelma: My 15-year-old son is learning to drive so I have been spending a lot of time observing him driving and carefully observing others’ behavior on the road.

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