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Astronomers using the Kepler space telescope have detected 219 possible new exoplanets in our galaxy, including 10 relatively small, rocky and possibly habitable planets similar to our own, NASA announced Monday. These are the last additions to the catalog of exoplanets compiled during the first phase of the Kepler mission, when the space telescope scanned…
06.19 / 22:17
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City councilors are set to hear a resolution introduced by councilor and mayoral candidate Dan Lewis to study the Albuquerque Rapid Transit…
06.19 / 22:17
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Lavu Inc. is offering its point-of-sale software system free of charge to restaurants and bars impacted by the Albuquerque Rapid Transit Project starting this week. The company will wave its monthly fee for as long as ART construction continues, Lavu President Ohad Johassi told the Journal on Monday. “We know how difficult it’s been for […]…
06.19 / 22:17
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The woman accused of torturing a young child was back in court…
06.19 / 22:17
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has given his legal team a clear direction: Fight, fight, fight. That tactic from Trump’s lawyers and proxies has manifested itself in aggressively worded statements and television appearances aimed at warding off any legal threat from prosecutors — and persuading the American public the president isn’t in legal jeopardy. But […]…
06.19 / 22:17
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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah firefighters were battling a wildfire Monday that shut down a highway and forced hundreds of people to flee a ski town as crews in New Mexico mop up another blaze amid scorching heat in the Southwest U.S. The fire near the southwestern Utah town of Brian Head has destroyed one […
06.19 / 22:17
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WASHINGTON — Killer heat is getting worse, a new study shows. Deadly heat waves like the one now broiling the American West are bigger killers than previously thought and they are going to grow more frequent, according to a new comprehensive study of fatal heat conditions. Still, those stretches may be less lethal in the […
06.19 / 22:17
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This afternoon, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task forces around the country, including the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General ICAC Task Force, launched a two month operation in April called Operation Broken Heart…
06.19 / 21:46
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As the ink dries on interim committee assignments, Representative Candie Sweetser (D-Deming) has been tapped to Chair the Science, Technology, and Telecommunications Committee during the legislative…
06.19 / 21:46
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The Silver City Office of Sustainability is a division of the Town of Silver City Community Development Department.  The relocation and reorganization is an efficiency move, prompted by budget concerns and the upcoming retirement of staff member Terry …
06.19 / 21:46
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The company in Silver City celebrated 10 years…
06.19 / 21:46
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Otto Warmbier, a U.S. citizen who was freed last week after more than a year in North Korean detention, has died. Doctors said last week that he had "extensive loss of tissue" in all parts of his brain. Warmbier, 22, has been in a coma since he returned to the United States last week. His parents, Fred and Cindy, said in a statement that Warmbier died on Monday afternoon. "Unfortunately, the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no…
06.19 / 21:32
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQnt95QGtbY There's a good chance something you've bought online has been in the hands of a "picker" first. These are the workers in warehouses who pick, pack and ship all those things we're ordering. At Amazon and other companies, they're working side by side with robots. Experts say while the robots are replacing some human workers, the machines aren't quite ready to take over completely. To keep pace with a growing hunger for fast delivery, more pickers…
06.19 / 21:32
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Otto Warmbier, a U.S. citizen who was freed last week after more than a year in North Korean detention, has died. Doctors said last week that he had "extensive loss of tissue" in all parts of his brain. Warmbier, 22, has been in a coma since he returned to the United States last week. His parents, Fred and Cindy, said in a statement that Warmbier died on Monday afternoon. "Unfortunately, the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no…
06.19 / 21:31
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQnt95QGtbY There's a good chance something you've bought online has been in the hands of a "picker" first. These are the workers in warehouses who pick, pack and ship all those things we're ordering. At Amazon and other companies, they're working side by side with robots. Experts say while the robots are replacing some human workers, the machines aren't quite ready to take over completely. To keep pace with a growing hunger for fast delivery, more pickers…
06.19 / 21:31
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Colorado officials have cleared the language of a proposed ballot measure that would establish the nation’s first legal limits on buying s…
06.19 / 21:18
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Daniel Guzman, 22, has been charged with two counts of second-degree criminal sexual penetration with injury and other…
06.19 / 21:11
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Historian asks for help identifying people in photographs taken by Carmon…
06.19 / 21:11
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Winners of Kachina Doll Golf Tournament include mother-daughter…
06.19 / 21:11
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An attempt to serve an arrest warrant on Antonio Hernandez ended up in a nine-hour standoff Friday evening. Eventually, the 40-year old Hernandez was arrested and transported to the Grant County Detention Center where he is being held on no…
06.19 / 20:50
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