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  1. Economic development surging in New Mexico tribal community

    O.seattletimes.com - World 10.07 / 19:35 o.seattletimes.com
    ZUNI PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — An entire neighborhood dating back to the mid-1900s is being remodeled. There’s a building boom going on in Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico. Zuni Councilwoman Virginia Chavez told the Gallup Independent (http://bit.ly/1jl8YBA) that economic development was the focus when she ran for office in 2014 and pledged her support […
  2. Economic development surging in New Mexico tribal community

    O.seattletimes.com - Business 10.07 / 19:35 o.seattletimes.com
    ZUNI PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — An entire neighborhood dating back to the mid-1900s is being remodeled. There’s a building boom going on in Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico. Zuni Councilwoman Virginia Chavez told the Gallup Independent (http://bit.ly/1jl8YBA) that economic development was the focus when she ran for office in 2014 and pledged her support […
  3. Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

    Naplesherald.com - U.S. 10.07 / 15:10 naplesherald.com
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Hurricane Nate gained force as it continued rapidly moving over the central Gulf of Mexico early Saturday after drenching Central America in rain that was blamed for at least 21 deaths. Forecasters said it was likely to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast over the weekend. Louisiana and Mississippi officials declared states […
  4. Photo-Journalist Kidnapped, Murdered by Pseudo-Cops in Central Mexico

    Breitbart.com - Texas (TX) 10.07 / 13:42 breitbart.com
    The ongoing wave of impunity that gives cartels and corrupt public officials the ability to murder journalists led to the murder of the 11th Mexican journalist this year. A team of gunmen dressed as cops kidnapped and murdered a photo-journalist in the central Mexican state of San Luis…
  5. Can You Explain This Breathing Road in Mexico?

    Industrytap.com - Technology 10.07 / 13:37 industrytap.com
    A strange phenomenon occurred on a street in Mexico City shortly after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Central Mexico on Sept. 19, 2017. Locals filmed a road that was pulsating up and down as if it were a huge animal with mighty lungs and was taking big, heaving breaths. Though the people were scared, they […] The post Can You Explain This Breathing Road in Mexico? appeared first on Industry…
  6. Nate moving over Gulf of Mexico as Category 1 hurricane

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 10.07 / 11:25 wtoc.com
    An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft penetrated the center of Nate and reported hurricane-force winds late Friday…
  7. The Latest: Hurricane Nate moving fast over Gulf of Mexico

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Nate (all times local): 4:18 a.m. The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Nate continues rapidly moving over the central Gulf of Mexico. The Miami-based center says in its 4 a.m. CDT update that the storm had maximum sustained winds of 80 mph (128.74 kph). The storm was located about 345 miles (555.2 kilometers) south-southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River and was moving north-northwest at 22 mph (35 kph). Forecasters say Nate l…
  8. Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Hurricane Nate gained force as it headed toward the central Gulf of Mexico early Saturday after drenching Central America in rain that was blamed for at least 21 deaths. Forecasters said it was likely to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast over the weekend. Louisiana and Mississippi officials declared states of state of emergency and Louisiana ordered some people to evacuate coastal areas and barrier islands ahead of its expected landfall Saturday night or early Sunday. E…
  9. Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

    Wral.com - North Carolina (NC) 10.07 / 08:07 wral.com
    Hurricane Nate gained force as it headed toward the central Gulf of Mexico early Saturday after drenching Central America in rain that was blamed for at least 21 deaths. Forecasters said it was likely to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast over the…
  10. Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

    Blogs.abcnews.com - World 10.07 / 07:46 blogs.abcnews.com
    The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Nate is heading toward the central Gulf of Mexico and is likely to reach the U.S. Gulf Coast over the…
  11. Hurricane Nate upgraded to Category 1, churning toward Gulf of Mexico

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 10.07 / 06:51 wtoc.com
    An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft penetrated the center of Nate and reported hurricane-force winds late Friday…
  12. Taco ‘Bout a Party: El Palacio’s street festival brings a taste of Mexico to Chandler

    Entertainermag.com - Food 10.07 / 04:55 entertainermag.com
    El Palacio Restaurant’s Rockin’ Taco Street Fest started quietly six years ago as a celebration among friends. Now in its second year at Dr. AJ Chandler Park, it brings in more than 10,000 Mexican food-loving fans. “This year, it features more than 30 taco vendors, taco-eating competitions and music,” says Jen Pruett, public and media [...] The post Taco ‘Bout a Party: El Palacio’s street festival brings a taste of Mexico to Chandler appeared first on Entertainer Magazine…
  13. Mexico remains on pace to set best World Cup qualifying run

    Sportingnews.com - All Sports 10.07 / 04:46 sportingnews.com
    After falling behind early on, El Tri rallied for an easy win over Trinidad and Tobago to pick up another three points in the CONCACAF…
  14. Legal marijuana still raising controversy in New Mexico

    420intel.com - Mexico 10.07 / 04:23 420intel.com
    A state-licensed medical dispensary, Ultra Health, is waiting to hear from the federal government after the wraparound bus ads it wanted to buy in Albuquerque were rejected. The city says advertising an illegal drug is prohibited by federal law. Medical marijuana use is legal in New Mexico, but the city's transportation department is worried that federal transit money will be withheld if the drug is advertised on city buses. Now, a local city council member is asking the U.S. Justice…
  15. A rescue dog named Frida has become a national hero in Mexico

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 10.07 / 03:50 etvradio.org
    The Sept. 19 earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 300 people and destroyed many buildings in the nation’s capital, Mexico City. In the days that followed, rescue crews went out to search for survivors trapped under collapsed buildings. And one rescuer, in particular, got a lot of attention. Her name is Frida. She’s 8 years old, and she's a labrador sniffer dog with the Mexican Navy. According to the Navy, she has a "sixth sense" for finding humans, that's unlike any other dog they'…
  16. A rescue dog named Frida has become a national hero in Mexico

    Kazu.org - Seaside 10.07 / 03:47 kazu.org
    The Sept. 19 earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 300 people and destroyed many buildings in the nation’s capital, Mexico City. In the days that followed, rescue crews went out to search for survivors trapped under collapsed buildings. And one rescuer, in particular, got a lot of attention. Her name is Frida. She’s 8 years old, and she's a labrador sniffer dog with the Mexican Navy. According to the Navy, she has a "sixth sense" for finding humans, that's unlike any other dog they'…
  17. A rescue dog named Frida has become a national hero in Mexico

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 10.07 / 03:02 wunc.org
    The Sept. 19 earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 300 people and destroyed many buildings in the nation’s capital, Mexico City. In the days that followed, rescue crews went out to search for survivors trapped under collapsed buildings. And one rescuer, in particular, got a lot of attention. Her name is Frida. She’s 8 years old, and she's a labrador sniffer dog with the Mexican Navy. According to the Navy, she has a "sixth sense" for finding humans, that's unlike any other dog they'…
  18. A rescue dog named Frida has become a national hero in Mexico

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 10.07 / 02:42 wvxu.org
    The Sept. 19 earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 300 people and destroyed many buildings in the nation’s capital, Mexico City. In the days that followed, rescue crews went out to search for survivors trapped under collapsed buildings. And one rescuer, in particular, got a lot of attention. Her name is Frida. She’s 8 years old, and she's a labrador sniffer dog with the Mexican Navy. According to the Navy, she has a "sixth sense" for finding humans, that's unlike any other dog they'…
  19. Tropical storm bears down on Mexico, U.S. after leaving 26 dead in Central America

    Rappler.com - Lifestyle 10.07 / 02:38 rappler.com
    CANCÚN, Mexico – Tropical Storm Nate gained strength Friday, October 6, as it barreled toward popular Mexican beach resorts and ultimately the US Gulf coast after dumping heavy rains on Central America that left at least 26 people dead. Nate, which currently has 50 mile (85 kilometer) per hour winds, …
  20. A rescue dog named Frida has become a national hero in Mexico

    Wlrn.org - Miami 10.07 / 00:47 wlrn.org
    The Sept. 19 earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 300 people and destroyed many buildings in the nation’s capital, Mexico City. In the days that followed, rescue crews went out to search for survivors trapped under collapsed buildings. And one rescuer, in particular, got a lot of attention. Her name is Frida. She’s 8 years old, and she's a labrador sniffer dog with the Mexican Navy. According to the Navy, she has a "sixth sense" for finding humans, that's unlike any other dog they'…