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'It's been a great ride': Longtime Balloon Fiesta executive ...
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“I’ve been at Balloon Fiesta in ... “I’ve been at Balloon Fiesta in one way or another since 1980 or so, and I can’t imagine going somewhere else in October," Paul ...
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Rio Rancho police shoot, kill person after confrontation at ...
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Rio Rancho Police officers shot and ... Rio Rancho Police officers shot and killed somebody during a confrontation at an apartment complex shortly after midnight Tuesday.
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Senate panel, on party-line vote, approves bill increasing minimum ...
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A push to increase the minimum ... A push to increase the minimum age to buy certain firearms from 18 to 21 cleared its first Senate hurdle Monday, after a heated ...
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Rebel Donut suffers 'extensive damage' from weekend fire
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A fire on Saturday night has ... A fire on Saturday night has shuttered the doors of one Albuquerque donut shop.
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Grand jury indicts Solomon Pena in scheme targeting Democratic ...
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Solomon Pena, a 39-year-old failed Republican ... Solomon Pena, a 39-year-old failed Republican candidate for the state legislature, was arrested earlier this month and indicted by a grand jury on Friday.
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New Mexico faces a budget abyss if oil and ...
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Report predicts $36 billion revenue deficit ... Report predicts $36 billion revenue deficit in 15 years possible
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Days after New Mexico records coldest temperature in lower ...
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A small New Mexico village known ... A small New Mexico village known for its ski resort took the spot as one of the country's coldest places on Thursday last week. ...
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Bill aimed at bolstering NM's patchwork rural health care ...
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A proposal to tap New Mexico's ... A proposal to tap New Mexico's revenue windfall to bolster health care services in rural parts of the state where residents frequently have to ...
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16 investigative teams, 800 priority warrants: Albuquerque Police Department’s ...
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The city has unveiled more detailed ... The city has unveiled more detailed plans for how it will use $20 million it’s requested for the task
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New Mexico’s checkerspot butterfly placed on Endangered Species List
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With more Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterflies ... With more Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterflies being raised at the ABQ BioPark than found in the wild, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is ...