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play Udall & Lujan: Google, End Farmington Miscommunications!

Udall & Lujan: Google, End Farmington Miscommun…

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New Mexico's Sen. Tom Udall and Rep. Ben Ray Lujan promote Farmington for Google Fiber. The video responds to a recent clip by Senator Al Franken, who is promoting Duluth, MN for the same project.

play Video: Missing Santa Fe boy seen on surveillance

Video: Missing Santa Fe boy seen on surveillance

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Surveillance video shows Joseph Rivera, 10, who is reported as missing buying a soda from the Giant gas station on Siler and Agua Fria around 7:45 a.m. Friday, July 11th. Please Call SFPD at (505) 428-3710 if you see him or know where he is.

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Joseph Salazar

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This video from the New Mexico Rail Runner Express shows bicyclist Joseph Salazar, 41, of Albuquerque riding his bike on June 16, 2014 along St. Michael's Drive right before he is struck by the train. The New Mexican has edited out footage of the moments before Salazar strikes the train to be sensitive to the family.

play Spare Parts Official Trailer #1 (2014) - George Lopez Drama HD

Spare Parts Official Trailer #1 (2014) - George…

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A group of high school students compete in an underwater robotics competition. The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, George Lopez and Marisa Tomei. 

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Only Vote

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Learn the facts at www.GaryKingFacts.com

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New King Ad

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play Black Place in peril

Black Place in peril

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Drilling is encroaching on the "Black Place" — lands that inspired artist Georgia O'Keeffe, prompting calls to protect the site east of Nageezi, N.M. Luis Sánchez Saturno/The New Mexican

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Hiding

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play Gary King Cleanup

Gary King Cleanup

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Average Capabilities

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Mom and Pop

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Average Capabilities

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play MANHATTAN Trailer: Premieres July 27th at 9/8c

MANHATTAN Trailer: Premieres July 27th at 9/8c

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A new trailer for the New Mexico-filmed series, Manhattan. The show is set to premiere on WGN America this July 27.  

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Gary King Cleanup

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Same

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The ad -- titled "Same" -- tells New Mexicans about Governor Martinez's accomplishments and efforts to move the state forward, while all five of her opponents want to bring back the same old and failed policies of Bill Richardson.

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Same

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The ad -- titled "Same" -- tells New Mexicans about Governor Martinez's accomplishments and efforts to move the state forward, while all five of her opponents want to bring back the same old and failed policies of Bill Richardson.

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Same

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The ad -- titled "Same" -- tells New Mexicans about Governor Martinez's accomplishments and efforts to move the state forward, while all five of her opponents want to bring back the same old and failed policies of Bill Richardson.

play Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

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New Mexico is worst in the nation in child welfare, worst in child hunger, and one of the worst at job creation. It's time for a governor that will get New Mexico back on track!

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Choppered

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play Priorities

Priorities

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Under Governor Martinez, education spending is at an all-time high, pre-K spending has more than doubled, and every New Mexico teacher received a pay raise last year with starting teachers receiving a pay hike of nearly seven percent.

play Vikings of the Future STEM Challange 2014

Vikings of the Future STEM Challange 2014

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STEM challenge team

play ¡Qué Verguenza!

¡Qué Verguenza!

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play Video: Fatal Rail Runner collision

Video: Fatal Rail Runner collision

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Surveillance video from the Rail Runner train shows a bicyclist riding unabated toward the rail crossing on April 19. The video has been stopped prior to the crash. The stills of moments just before and after the collision are posted with the story.  

play Watch: Cab driver alleges excessive force in traffic stop

Watch: Cab driver alleges excessive force in tr…

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Dashboard camera video of a traffic stop, early on the morning of March 30, 2014. The Santa Fe cab driver who was pulled over alleged excessive force by the officer who pulled her over.

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Helping People

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This video highlights the challenging situation Governor Martinez inherited upon taking office. This includes confronting the largest structural budget deficit in state history, along with the fact that federal budget cuts have made things even more difficult for New Mexicans.

play New Mexico State Police chase wrong-way driver

New Mexico State Police chase wrong-way driver

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This video shows New Mexico State Police officer Jonathan Wright chasing Albert Urban, 72, of New York as he drives the wrong way on Interstate 25 near Las Vegas, N.M. on January 4, 2014. Wright ultimately shot Urban to end the chase.

play State police scuffle with detainee at Taos jail

State police scuffle with detainee at Taos jail

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Five New Mexico State Police officers were named in a lawsuit alleging abuse and excessive use of force while booking an inmate into the Taos County Adult Detention Center on March 7. One of the officers had previously been disciplined for excessive use of force during a traffic stop and high-speed pursuit near Taos in October. In this video, John Moya is seen being booked into the detention center after his arrest on probation violations and other charges. He was reported to have scuffled with officers during his arrest and grew combative with detention center personnel. Moya was reportedly hospitalized after the fray, much of which was said to have occurred out of sight of video cameras.This footage was obtained by The Taos News through the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act.Read more here: http://bit.ly/1gMz00z

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  • Our View: A cleaner park just first step

    The current cleanup of Cathedral Park is long overdue. Cynics among us might point to the opening of a new, multimillion dollar-hotel as the driving force behind new police patrols and attention to the park. After all, paying guests don’t want to see drunken teenagers outside their hotel. The more practical of us, though, simply welcome the attention to what should be a jewel in Santa Fe’s downtown area — a peaceful, green park with flowers, trees and benches, offering an oasis to sit a spell and relax.

  • Commentary: On the scene — Why the children are coming

    Everybody has a theory about why more than 40,000 unaccompanied children have been detained at the border since last fall while attempting to enter the country without documentation. Republicans blame Obama’s immigration policies. The federal government has stated that organized crime has spread rumors saying that minors can enter the country without consequences. The governments of Central America say the violence there (which they blame on U.S. drug use and trafficking) is to blame. Pro-immigrant activists say the lack of immigration reform is to blame for the crisis.

  • Letters to the Editor, July 22, 2014

    Gov. Susana Martinez skips a lot of New Mexico events/needs unless it is a photo op with an elderly woman in a care center. That looks good. She manages to travel on taxpayer dollars with no problem and assures dogs can be brought into patios at restaurants — that was a big one. Needless to say, continuing Amtrak service is not on her list — better to get it out of the way for oil companies’ use of the tracks. She dropped funding for essential services to alcoholics and drug abusers. There’s no need to take care of those people, apparently. New Mexico is No. 1 in the country for alcohol-related deaths; if enough people die, there won’t be a problem any longer. That strategy is sort of along the lines of Scrooge’s famous remark, “Let them die and reduce the surplus population.” Maybe she doesn’t know who Scrooge is, on the other hand.

  • The past 100 years, July 23, 2014

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  • Dream coach, ex-Lobo Michael Cooper has tongue cancer

    ATLANTA — Atlanta Dream coach Michael Cooper has early stage tongue cancer and has taken a leave from the WNBA team.

  • New concerns about a hysterectomy procedure linked to cancer spread

    New evidence adds strength to arguments that doctors should be extremely cautious about using a procedure performed on about 50,000 women a year during surgery to remove the uterus because of the risk that it may spread cancer.

  • State study shows film perks linked to job gains, economic boost

    State study shows film perks linked to job gains, economic boost

    One of New Mexico’s long-running political controversies ended Tuesday when an independent company found that taxpayer subsidizes for moviemakers and TV producers help the state’s economy.

  • Krispy Kreme franchise planned at south-side site

    Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will be opening its first Santa Fe outlet, a company representative said Tuesday.

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