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Albuquerque Publishing Co. 7777 Jefferson Street NE Albuquerque, N.M., 87109 (505) 823-4400 Email Customer Service Circulation Delivery: (505) 823-4400 Website Advertising: (505) 823-3314 Library: (505) 823-4400 Display Advertising: (505) 823-3300 Classified Advertising: (505) 823-4444 Obituaries: (505) 823-3373 Legals: (505) 823-3377 Albuquerque Journal Administration Karen Moses / Editor-in-Chief kmoses@abqjournal.com / 505-823-3803 Dan Herrera / Managing Editor […]

Trial starts in 1984 killing of girl shown on milk carton

DENVER — A former longshot Idaho gubernatorial candidate on trial in the 1984 killing of a 12-year-old Colorado girl wasn’t even remotely considered a suspect to law enforcement until his obsession with the crime and incessant visits to talk with police about it provided clues that turned him into the suspect, prosecutors said Wednesday at […]

In Mexico, children as young as 10 recruited by drug cartels

MEXICO CITY — Jacobo grew up in the western Mexico state of Jalisco, home to the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel. Never comfortable in school, he had an abusive childhood: at one point his mother held his hands over an open flame after he allegedly shoved a classmate. Now 17, Jacobo claims he didn’t do […]

Biden tries to tame inflation by having LA port open 24/7

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden tried to reassure Americans on Wednesday that he can tame high inflation, announcing a deal to expand operations at the Port of Los Angeles as prices keep climbing and container ships wait to dock in a traffic jam threatening the U.S. economy and holiday shopping. Prices are jumping in large […]

‘Radicalized’ veteran gets time served for anti-police bombs

DENVER — Bradley Bunn had a request after being arrested for building four pipe bombs he intended to use against any officers who tried to seize his guns: He wanted to meet with the federal prosecutor leading the case against him, a member of the Navy Reserve. The 55-year-old Army veteran told U.S. District Judge […]

Film TV workers union says strike to start next week

LOS ANGELES — The union representing film and television crews says its 60,000 members will begin a nationwide strike on Monday if it does not reach a deal that satisfies demands for fair and safe working conditions. A strike would bring a halt to filming on a broad swath of film and television productions and […]

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Jordan Nunez sentenced to 21 years in death of ...
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Victim Jeremiah Valencia's father killed himself ... Victim Jeremiah Valencia's father killed himself before his trial in case
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33 years later, a confession to teen's killing
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Suspect in other cold cases provides ... Suspect in other cold cases provides details
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Three redistricting options for House finalized
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Two would split parts of South ... Two would split parts of South Valley from city as citizens' panel makes choices
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Governor claims domain over federal aid
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Legislature cannot legally earmark $1.7 billion, ... Legislature cannot legally earmark $1.7 billion, attorney says
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Two charged in slaying, attempted kidnapping
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BCSO: First, man befriended victim BCSO: First, man befriended victim
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Police oversight chief blasts board, resigns
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Shocked members of the board react ... Shocked members of the board react with silence
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NM extends indoor mask order to at least November ...
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It is 'not the time to ... It is 'not the time to abandon basic precautions'
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Grandmother charged with child abuse in death of 2-year-old
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Son previously jailed in case Son previously jailed in case
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State wants to require archaeolgical surveys
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Land Office says rule will protect ... Land Office says rule will protect resources
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State Fair sees 41% attendance decline in 2021
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Public safety mandates, cancelation of popular ... Public safety mandates, cancelation of popular livestock expo blamed