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March for Life eyes Congress for post-Roe abortion limits

WASHINGTON (AP) — A half century after Roe v. Wade, March for Life supporters on Friday celebrated the Supreme Court’s dismantling of that constitutional right to abortion and heralded the political struggle set loose by the court’s decision. President Joe Biden pledged to do all in his limited power to restore core abortion rights. The […]

Russian strike toll: 45 dead civilians, including 6 children

DNIPRO, Ukraine (AP) — The death toll from the Ukraine war’s deadliest attack on civilians at one location since last spring reached 45 at an apartment building a Russian missile blasted in the southeastern city of Dnipro, officials said Tuesday. Those killed in the Saturday afternoon strike included six children, with 79 people injured, President […]

US Southwest in store for one-two punch of winter storms

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Major storms are expected to hit the U.S. Southwest over the holiday weekend, dumping heavy snow in the highest elevations and rain in the deserts, along with wind that could knock out power and topple trees, weather forecasters said. The National Weather Service said Flagstaff and the North Rim of the […]

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New Mexico history: Centuries after the Spanish dubbed it ...
Arts
Santo Domingo is the name Spanish ... Santo Domingo is the name Spanish explorers gave to the pueblo in the 17th century and subsequently adopted by other outsiders, including non-tribal government ...
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Untangling the policies and politics of New Mexico's medical ...
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Legislature looking at changes to 2021 ... Legislature looking at changes to 2021 law designed to help doctors
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Five dishes to make for Super Bowl
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Journal Staff WriterAs a griller and ... Journal Staff WriterAs a griller and the descendant of other grillers, Super Bowl Sund ...
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Controversy aside, Griego-Ortega has cause to celebrate
Boxing/MMA
Bryan Aquino thinks he deserves a ... Bryan Aquino thinks he deserves a rematch. Matt Griego-Ortega says that's fine with him. Joe Chavez isn't sure that's a good idea. Saturday night, ...
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'More like a home' than a hospital: Presbyterian's new ...
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Departments and floors of the $170 ... Departments and floors of the $170 million tower will be opening on a weekly basis over the next two months.
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Fine with Fido: 7 Albuquerque-area bars and restaurants that ...
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Coffee houses, food halls and breweries ... Coffee houses, food halls and breweries all appear on our round-up of of dog-loving businesses.
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Bowl-winning head coach in December, New Mexico football assistant ...
College
Just two weeks into his tenure ... Just two weeks into his tenure as New Mexico's offensive coordinator, Bryant Vincent sits in a bare office overlooking University Stadium and thinks about ...
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APD's no-plate crackdown; state police say ABQ-Santa Fe speeders ...
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Starting Feb. 6, the Albuquerque Police ... Starting Feb. 6, the Albuquerque Police Department "is cracking down on drivers operating vehicles in the city without proper license plates."
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Civilians fill in for sworn officers at Albuquerque Police ...
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Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina said ... Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina said he sees hiring civilians as "the forefront of the wave of the future." He added: "The civilians are ...
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Three teenagers found dead in garage in Edgewood
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Police said in a news release ... Police said in a news release there is no indication of foul play and it appears to have been carbon monoxide poisoning.