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Biden tours beach town damaged by massive California storms

CAPITOLA, Calif. (AP) — President Joe Biden walked along the splintered boardwalk of this picture-postcard California beach town Thursday and heard from business owners struggling to repair damage to their shops after deadly storms caused devastation across the region and killed more than 20 people statewide. Biden toured a gutted seafood restaurant and the badly […]

Survivors emerge from wreckage after US storms kill 9 people

SELMA, Ala. (AP) — Stunned residents tried to salvage belongings, and rescue crews pulled survivors from beneath collapsed houses Friday in the aftermath of a tornado-spawning storm system that killed at least nine people as it barreled across parts of Georgia and Alabama. The widespread destruction came into view a day after violent storms flipped […]

Landslides, sinkholes, floodwaters plague soggy California

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sinkholes swallowed cars and floodwaters swamped towns and swept away a small boy as California was wracked by more wild winter while the next in a powerful string of storms loomed on the horizon Tuesday. Millions of residents faced flood warnings, nearly 50,000 people were under evacuation orders, and more than […]

NOAA: Ian, drought supercharged US weather extremes in 2022

DENVER (AP) — Costly weather disasters kept raining down on America last year, pounding the nation with 18 climate extremes that caused at least $1 billion in damage each, totaling more than $165 billion, federal climate scientists calculated Tuesday. Even though 2022 wasn’t near record hot for the United States, it was the third-wildest year […]

UN says ozone layer slowly healing, hole to mend by 2066

DENVER (AP) — Earth’s protective ozone layer is slowly but noticeably healing at a pace that would fully mend the hole over Antarctica in about 43 years, a new United Nations report says. A once-every-four-years scientific assessment found recovery in progress, more than 35 years after every nation in the world agreed to stop producing […]

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NM education chief retires as Cabinet turnover continues
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PED Chief Kurt Steinhaus announced his ... PED Chief Kurt Steinhaus announced his departure Saturday
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2 teens shot, 1 killed, in Southwest Albuquerque shooting
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Authorities are looking for the shooters, ... Authorities are looking for the shooters, who fled in a ‘dark-colored’ sedan
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Wrong-way driver killed in crash on Albuquerque's West Side
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A wrong-way driver was killed after ... A wrong-way driver was killed after crashing his car into a pickup truck Saturday morning on the West Side. Albuquerque Police Department spokesman Gilbert ...
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David Scrase to step down as Human Services Department ...
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Physician emerged as the face of ... Physician emerged as the face of NM's response to the COVID-19 pandemic
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There’s almost unlimited clean, geothermal energy under our feet. ...
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Modern drilling capabilities developed by the ... Modern drilling capabilities developed by the oil and gas industry are opening the gateway to deep underground geothermal energy.
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‘La Cartonería Mexicana’ celebrates more than 100 colorful pâpier ...
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Santa Fe's Museum of International Folk ... Santa Fe's Museum of International Folk Art is showing ‘La Cartonería Mexicana’ through Nov. 3, 2024
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NM lawmakers scrutinize pretrial release system
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Sides clash over Arnold Tool, used ... Sides clash over Arnold Tool, used to assess defendants' flight risk
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NM House Republicans oust Jason Harper as whip in ...
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Roswell's Greg Nibert selected as replacement Roswell's Greg Nibert selected as replacement
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Happy Birthday Bob's Burgers! Albuquerque institution celebrates 60 years ...
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It's been family first, business second, ... It's been family first, business second, say restaurant's owners
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Bernalillo County commissioners make Atrisco Vista a priority
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Commissioners also vote to rescind a ... Commissioners also vote to rescind a 2020 resolution identifying Paseo del Volcan as a priority