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Keller: City 'holding the line during difficult times'
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Mayor cites Rail Yards redevelopment, planned ... Mayor cites Rail Yards redevelopment, planned Rail Trail as part of plan to improve Downtown
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Man fatally shot days after completing custom bicycle for ...
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Bike was stolen; local shop offers ... Bike was stolen; local shop offers reward for its return
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Hundreds protest Roe v. Wade decision
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Protesters voice outrage at ruling and ... Protesters voice outrage at ruling and vow to fight back
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NM Democrats weigh law protecting abortion rights
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'Our hearts, our clinics and our ... 'Our hearts, our clinics and our communities will remain open to those coming here for the care they want and need,' says one state ...
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Biden signs landmark gun measure, says 'lives will be ...
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President Joe Biden on Saturday signed ... President Joe Biden on Saturday signed the most sweeping gun violence bill in decades, a bipartisan compromise that seemed unimaginable until a recent series ...
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Man fatally shot in SE ABQ
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A man was fatally shot Saturday ... A man was fatally shot Saturday evening in a neighborhood in Southeast Albuquerque. Lt. Ray Del Greco, an Albuquerque police spokesman, said police responded ...
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Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi to be ...
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Parishes will chip in to cover ... Parishes will chip in to cover the payments on the debt
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Young children now eligible for COVID vaccines in NM
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Youngsters in New Mexico are now ... Youngsters in New Mexico are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and doses for that age group have started to arrive, the state Department of ...
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'Not all doom and gloom'
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State making progress on 50-year water ... State making progress on 50-year water plan
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Police: Man drove over, killed brother
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Witness told police body was dragged ... Witness told police body was dragged on street