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To boost Georgia’s Warnock, Biden goes to … Massachusetts

BOSTON (AP) — President Joe Biden hit the phones with fellow Democrats Friday for Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock’s runoff election. He fetched hot coffee for volunteers, too, and thanked them for their work. But this busy phone bank was nowhere near Georgia. Days before Georgia polls close on Tuesday, Biden still has no plans to […]

For many Hawaiians, lava flows are a time to honor, reflect

HONOLULU (AP) — When Willette Kalaokahaku Akima-Akau looks out at the the lava flowing from Mauna Loa volcano and makes an offering of gin, tobacco and coins, she will be taking part in a tradition passed down from her grandfather and other Native Hawaiians as a way to honor both the natural and spiritual worlds. […]

Russia rejects pullout from Ukraine as condition for talks

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia said Friday that Western demands it should pull out completely from Ukraine as part of any future talks to end the war effectively rule out any such negotiations, as Russian strikes continued and a Ukrainian official set his country’s battle losses at up to 13,000 troops. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov […]

Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) — The world’s largest volcano oozed rivers of glowing lava Wednesday, drawing thousands of awestruck viewers who jammed a Hawaii highway that could soon be covered by the flow. Mauna Loa awoke from its 38-year slumber Sunday, causing volcanic ash and debris to drift down from the sky. A main highway linking […]

Biden pledges new commitments, respect for tribal nations

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Wednesday pledged to give Native Americans a stronger voice in federal affairs, promising at the first in-person summit on tribal affairs in six years that he will bolster tribal consultations, inclusion of Indigenous knowledge in decision-making and funding for communities struggling with the impacts of climate change. Biden […]

Election certification delays few, but a ‘test run’ for 2024

Before November, election officials prepared for the possibility that Republicans who embraced former President Donald Trump’s lies about voter fraud would challenge the verdict of voters by refusing to certify the midterm results. Three weeks after the end of voting, such challenges are playing out in just two states, Arizona and Pennsylvania, where Democrats won […]

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DA's office investigating NMSU staff, players
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  The Bernalillo County District Attorney's ...   The Bernalillo County District Attorney's Office is investigating the conduct of New Mexico State University employees and players in connection with a fatal ...
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Teammates helped NMSU basketball player after fatal shooting on ...
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Gun wasn’t turned over to police ... Gun wasn’t turned over to police for more than 12 hours
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UNM shooting: NMSU suspends basketball player Mike Peake
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Athletic Director makes school's first issuance ... Athletic Director makes school's first issuance on discipline since shooting
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Suit alleges Winrock development crimps profits for Dillard’s
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Yearslong construction at Winrock Town Center ... Yearslong construction at Winrock Town Center has hurt business and cut into profits at Dillard's department store, the mall's anchor tenant alleges in a ...
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ABQ BioPark Zoo welcomes first-ever penguin hatchling
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Mom and Dad are keeping healthy ... Mom and Dad are keeping healthy baby penguin warm
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City council says yes to noise cameras
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and listening — too. The city ... and listening — too. The city council on Monday approved a pilot program aimed at detecting loud vehicles through the use of special cameras. ...
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Services announced for Los Ranchos judge Diane Albert
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Services for Diane Albert, 65, late ... Services for Diane Albert, 65, late municipal judge for the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, ...
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PNM rate case would raise bills by 75 cents ...
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Girl found on city bus after Amber Alert issued, ...
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In 2019 Albuquerque police responded to ... In 2019 Albuquerque police responded to a fight between Nicholas Clinton and Kimberly Mariano at the Imperial Inn. Officers found the couple — both ...
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House Speaker Brian Egolf resigns from Public Regulation Commission ...
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