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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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By Heath Haussamen • News • Aaron Henry Diaz and Nathan Small, the candidates for the District 4 seat on the Las Cruces City Council, answer’s questions on topics ranging from growth and development to ethics reform to quality of life and sustainability. shared a link.
By Nathan Cote • Commentary • You might not have noticed, but in the last few weeks our nation has witnessed an attempted big-government power grab the likes of which we have rarely seen.

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This past October The New York Times wrote an article asking, "Where did Global Warming Go?" Not once did the article mention the failure of media coverage generally, or the connection of global warming to the rash of extreme weather events across the world.
Protesters on the University of New Mexico campus plan to meet with President David Schmidly on Tuesday, but a spokesperson for the president said he does not plan to speak with them.
Seven women, either current or former employees of Bernalillo County's budget office, are claiming gender discrimination.
Members of the Patriot Guard Riders, motorcyclists on a mission, attended the service and said they are proud to call the fallen military veterans their friends, brothers and family.
Unoccupy Albuquerque is encouraged tonight after Bank of America announced it is dropping an experimental $5 debit card fee.
According to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, New Mexico leads the nation per capita in drug overdose deaths.

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Los Alamos National Lab is on track to become a permanent nuclear waste dump In the summer of 2010, an excavator lifted a 1940s-era radiation protection suit from a pit in Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Technical Area 21. With it came two pickup trucks of the same vintage—o...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A stack of burning railroad ties is the cause of a large, black plume of smoke near downtown Albuquerque. Tuesday, November 1, 2011.

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Thirty-one years after a bloody prison riot, Action 7 News goes inside the state penitentiary to see if the dead rest in peace.

A masked home invasion ended over the weekend when the victims picked up swords and chased out the robbers, police said.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Police said three armed men busted into a home and robbed the residents while wearing Halloween masks. Tuesday, November 1, 2011.

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