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Water authority approves rate hike, budget
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The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility ... The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority board unanimously approved a 5% rate hike Wednesday. Starting in August, typical residential customers will see an ...
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Officials say woman set 12 fires in the bosque ...
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Fire crews from several different agencies ... Fire crews from several different agencies jumped into action Wednesday morning after officials say a woman who appeared to be suffering from a mental ...
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St. Pius X chooses new leader
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Mike Deely says he's a 'lifer ... Mike Deely says he's a 'lifer in Catholic education.' 'I grew up in it,' said Deely, who has recently been selected as head of ...
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Lawmaker accuses ABQ gas station of price gouging
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Duke City residents have been feeling ... Duke City residents have been feeling the pain at the pump recently, but customers fueling up at one Albuquerque gas station are paying nearly ...
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Jurors find teen guilty of murder in shooting death ...
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Claim of self-defense during fight at ... Claim of self-defense during fight at party near Santa Fe was rejected
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Santa Fe, Carson national forests closing to the public
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Portions of Cibola Forest are also ... Portions of Cibola Forest are also closing, but the tram remains open
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Settlement reached in archdiocese bankruptcy case
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Representatives agree on a $121.5M fund ... Representatives agree on a $121.5M fund to compensate survivors of sexual abuse
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Maharg touts faith, family roots in bid to lead ...
2022 election
Longshot GOP hopeful has made abortion ... Longshot GOP hopeful has made abortion centerpiece of campaign
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Northern NM wildfire exceeds 300,000 acres
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As national forests across northern New ... As national forests across northern New Mexico prepare to close to the public because of extreme fire danger, officials said Wednesday morning that the ...
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Governor estimates over 1,000 structures lost in blaze
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Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire nears 300,000 ... Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire nears 300,000 acres burned