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Device thrown by BCSO deputy likely started fire that ...
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Fifteen-year-old Brett Rosenau died from smoke ... Fifteen-year-old Brett Rosenau died from smoke inhalation during SWAT standoff
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Driver charged with DWI in Gallup parade crash
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A man is charged with driving ... A man is charged with driving while intoxicated after police say he drove an SUV through a parade Thursday evening and injured 15 people ...
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Investigators say shootings of 3 Muslim men in ABQ ...
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APD official suggests killer might have ... APD official suggests killer might have been ‘lying in wait’
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Man charged in attempted robbery tied to ABQ shooting ...
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Police say suspect's truck linked to ... Police say suspect's truck linked to road rage triple shoot
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Too many weeds, not enough whackers
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Several city departments are plagued by ... Several city departments are plagued by low staffing levels
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State ramps up monkeypox vaccine rollout
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Move comes as virus is declared ... Move comes as virus is declared a national health emergency
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City of Albuquerque holding event to prepare students for ...
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Kids getting ready for school will ... Kids getting ready for school will be able to receive new backpacks, school supplies and even haircuts at the annual 'Cruzin' into the School ...
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Multiple people, 2 officers injured after driver goes through ...
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Two Gallup police officers and multiple ... Two Gallup police officers and multiple people were reportedly injured Thursday night after a driver drove through the Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial parade. New Mexico ...
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‘It’s going to be a good year’
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Nearly 30 APS schools kick off ... Nearly 30 APS schools kick off school year early, with minimal grumbling
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NM officials ask judge to reject abortion suit
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Governor's attorneys say abortion is clearly ... Governor's attorneys say abortion is clearly legal in New Mexico