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United outlines planned stadium investment
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Team would invest $10M upfront, $800K ... Team would invest $10M upfront, $800K in annual rent
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Etched in sands of time: 'We knew they were ...
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Human footprints at White Sands date ... Human footprints at White Sands date back to the most recent ice age, 23,000 years ago
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No, Portales motel doesn't have meth on tap
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Police Facebook post goes viral before ... Police Facebook post goes viral before tests identify substance
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NM poised to offer COVID-19 booster shots
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People over 65, others with risky ... People over 65, others with risky health conditions to be eligible
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Spending of federal pandemic aid OK'd by APS
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$230M to be allocated over next ... $230M to be allocated over next 3 school years
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Program puts $100K toward spurring entrepreneurship in NM
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The University of New Mexico and ... The University of New Mexico and the City of Albuquerque are partnering on a new "Right to Start" initiative to help boost entrepreneurship among ...
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Insurance premiums fall as NM prepares new subsidies for ...
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More than half of state's tax ... More than half of state's tax on health insurance goes towards health exchange subsidies
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Auto theft suspect killed by APD was holding a ...
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Man fled during police pat down ... Man fled during police pat down
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Locomotive Santa Fe 2926 open house on Saturday
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Big Girl ran in the area ... Big Girl ran in the area in the 1940s and '50s
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Priest talks about dogs and 'Howlelujah'
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William Miller is not your usual ... William Miller is not your usual Episcopal priest. He once owned a bar in Marfa, Texas.