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APD reviewed every 2022 police shooting. Here are the ...
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New equipment and training are among ... New equipment and training are among the actions proposed by the Albuquerque Police leadership group.
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Meteorologists say El Niño typically brings wetter weather to ...
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With the departure of La Niña, ... With the departure of La Niña, New Mexicans can expect to see lower temperatures and wetter weather in wintertime, a meteorologist said.
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At 41, Holly Holm continues to evolve as a ...
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Albuquerque's Holm, who at age 41 ... Albuquerque's Holm, who at age 41 has signed a six-fight contract extension with the UFC, soundly defeated Yana Santos — a mere kid of ...
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Police: Albuquerque movie theater staff wrestled loaded assault rifle ...
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An Albuquerque man was charged with ... An Albuquerque man was charged with unlawfully carrying a firearm into a licensed liquor establishment and negligent use of a deadly weapon in connection ...
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FBI raid nets 100,000 fentanyl pills, 16 pounds of ...
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One of the men arrested "was ... One of the men arrested "was found to be in possession of an incredible amount of drugs," a motion reads.
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A basketball decision: Josiah Allick opens up on opting ...
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Josiah Allick, a fan favorite who ... Josiah Allick, a fan favorite who many assumed would be back for the Lobos, entered the transfer portal. In his own words, he tells ...
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After March snowstorms, Ski Santa Fe extends season
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March snowstorms boded well for local ... March snowstorms boded well for local ski slopes. Ski Santa Fe on Friday announced that they will be extending their season through Sunday, April ...
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Yodice: High-octane starters made All-Metro basketball selections simple
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One final bow to prep basketball ... One final bow to prep basketball today as the Journal presents its All-Metro selections for the 2022-23 season.
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Stansbury, Dems call on Buttigieg to increase train regulations
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U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury, D-N.M., and ... U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury, D-N.M., and two other Democratic representatives wrote to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, calling for stricter regulations after a hazardous train ...
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Readers chime in on confusion over flashing yellow turn ...
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According to the federal Manual on ... According to the federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, a "study found converting circular green permissive left-turn displays to flashing yellow arrow improved ...