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The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was aware of threats made across the United States and was investigating. [Read More]
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The shooter has been "neutralized," according to reports. [Read More]
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He's America's biggest most lovable elf and now, you can see Buddy the Elf live in person as he is making his way to the Duke City for an on-stage performance. [Read More]
You might want to hold off on that piñata purchase - if you run across someone trying to sell that and some TVs. Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers says a man…... [Read More]
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The Water Authority offers 'Tree-bates' for planting new trees. [Read More]
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All the rain and snow has pushed into Texas this afternoon. The storm has left some cloud cover in the southeast and cold temperatures everywhere. There is also an added wind chill. A high wind... [Read More]
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When Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer lived in Los Alamos from 1943-1945, it was in a house on "Bathtub Row." The leading scientist at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory lived in the home with his wife, Kitty, their son Peter and daughter, Toni. According to the Los Alamos Historical Society, it was built in the late 1920s for Mary K. Connell, an artist, and consisted of a studio/living room, kitchen, study and "sleeping porch." After Oppenheimer moved in, a dining room was added, as well as the number, like all lab buildings at the time. The cottage was designated T-111. After... [Read More]
Bus service on the North Central Regional Transit District in Los Alamos and Santa Fe has been stopped after a man called in a bomb threat just after 11 a.m. today. The caller said the bomb was set to detonate at 11:20 a.m. on either the 200 Santa Fe, 300 Taos or 400 Los Alamos bus, according to RTD Public Information Officer Jim Nagle. The Los Alamos bus was at the Cities of Gold Casino when the bomb threat was received, Nagle said. Police were notified and the buses were evacuated immediately. No bomb exploded at 11:20 a.m., but... [Read More]
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La Montanita Co-Op has organized the Community Giving Tree for almost a quarter of a century and partners with local nonprofits to benefit children and families in need. [Read More]
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The City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with NMX Sports to offer ski and snowboard lessons to Albuquerque's kids. [Read More]
The lights have been strung and the tree has been trimmed, all that is missing is you. [Read More]
Representatives making up the Republican minority in the New Mexico House are scheduled to meet Sunday to pick a new leader in the wake of the Nov. 7 general election that saw the GOP caucus lose multiple seats. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that Reps. James Townsend of Artesia and Jason Harper of Rio Rancho are the expected contenders to replace House Minority Leader Nate Gentry of Albuquerque, who did not run for re-election. Majority Democrats are keeping their current leadership and will nominate Brian Egolf of Santa Fe to continue as speaker when the 60-day session begins... [Read More]
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Southern New Mexico is known for its agriculture, like its sweeping chile fields. Many children help their parents harvest those fields, at least until... [Read More]
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Many of us overindulge in sugary sweets during the holidays. [Read More]
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Kids at Albuquerque's Presbyterian Hospital got a surprise when Santa arrived in style Thursday morning in a helicopter. [Read More]
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UNM is asking you to be a hero. [Read More]
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Some of the hottest jewelry trends are not only affordable but fun and different this year. [Read More]
North Central Regional Transit District announced this morning that its buses were evacuated due to a bomb threat. A male called the bus service's dispatch just after 11:05 a.m., saying…... [Read More]
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Casey cats with Terry Macko, Senior VP of Marketing and Communications at the World Wildlife Fund to talk about all of the wonderful work they are doing for wildlife and how we can give back. [Read More]
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New Mexico is widely known as the birthplace of the atomic bomb. Yet, our state's history goes much further than the "secret city" of Los Alamos and Trinity. [Read More]
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