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Fiebelkorn, Grout win City Council runoffs
2021 city election
Democrats will maintain their majority on ... Democrats will maintain their majority on the Albuquerque City Council but their edge will be slimmer come 2022. Democrat Tammy Fiebelkorn and Republican Renee ...
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NM lawmakers weigh $462 million plan to spend federal ...
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In their second try at spending ... In their second try at spending New Mexico's latest round of federal stimulus dollars, New Mexico lawmakers have crafted a $462.5 million spending plan ...
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NM reports 969 new cases, 11 deaths
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New Mexico reported 969 new COVID-19 ... New Mexico reported 969 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday — an improvement from recent days — and 11 additional deaths. The state did see ...
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BCSO offers video, details of shooting by deputy
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An 18-year-old who was shot by ... An 18-year-old who was shot by a Bernalillo County Sheriff's deputy late last month was holding an AR-15 pistol while running toward other deputies, ...
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Four critically injured in foothills-area crash
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A two-vehicle crash left six people ... A two-vehicle crash left six people injured, four of them critically, Tuesday afternoon in Northeast Albuquerque. Gilbert Gallegos, an Albuquerque police spokesman, said the ...
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City Council denies $110 million facilities plan
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New bonds included in package would ... New bonds included in package would have taken 19 years to pay off
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City continues Luminaria Tour; tickets on sale Dec. 11
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A long-standing tradition continues. The Luminaria ... A long-standing tradition continues. The Luminaria Tour is returning after a hiatus during 2020. The annual tour was started in 1955 by the Albuquerque ...
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State accepting more types of cannabis license applications
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New Mexico's Cannabis Control Division announced ... New Mexico's Cannabis Control Division announced Tuesday that it is now accepting license applications for all cannabis-business types, including manufacturing and retail.
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Map proposals topic of heated Capitol debate
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Plan from citizens committee draws fire Plan from citizens committee draws fire
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New Mexico could see snow, gusty winds
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Snow levels will move to lower ... Snow levels will move to lower elevations in central and northern NM as Friday progresses