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Beautiful day for an old, blind dog
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A group of cyclists carried the ... A group of cyclists carried the weak, fragile dog down the mountain to safety – and a foster home
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FBI: Suspect decapitated man, torched head on Navajo Nation
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What goes around, comes around. That’s ... What goes around, comes around. That’s what authorities say a bloodied hitchhiker told his ride hours after he decapitated a man with an ax ...
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Health officials prepare for rollout of COVID vaccine for ...
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State has pre-ordered 66,000 doses over ... State has pre-ordered 66,000 doses over three waves
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CYFD probes child's death, reviews procedures
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Aunt says she reported abuse of ... Aunt says she reported abuse of tot, siblings; dad, grandmother charged
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CYFD to open bids for tech upgrade
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Change follows departure of former Cabinet ... Change follows departure of former Cabinet secretary, who pushed for single vendor
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Suspect held in monthlong string of robberies
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Bandit apologized to victims in over ... Bandit apologized to victims in over a dozen alleged heists
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Competency hearing set in school shooting
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13-year-old will be tried as a ... 13-year-old will be tried as a juvenile if he is deemed fit
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Pecos River set for major water shortages
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Agencies propose repairing infrastructure, removing invasive ... Agencies propose repairing infrastructure, removing invasive plant species
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Advisory panel endorses redistricting maps for New Mexico
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Lawmakers plan to convene in December ... Lawmakers plan to convene in December to redraw a range of boundaries
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NM awards millions for child care
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Checks start going out this month ... Checks start going out this month and could be a lifeline for struggling child care centers