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Parts of the Bosque to be shut down
Given dangerous fire conditions, parts of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District will be closed beginning Wednesday and fire restrictions will be increased.
Tue May 21, 2013
Fire restrictions increasing for Albuquerque area
Officials in the Albuquerque area are imposing tougher fire restrictions, and portions of the wooded area along the Middle Rio Grande to the north and south of the city are closing.
2 women in NM speed chase indicted for murder
A pair of homeless women accused of plotting to kill an Albuquerque man following a sexual escapade because they wanted his car have been indicted.
Mon May 20, 2013
Underground water storage a possibility
The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority is looking at a way to store water underground during times of surplus, to be used during periods of drought.
NM man pleads guilty to unlawfully possessing ammo
Prosecutors say that under the terms of his plea agreement Monday, Jonathan Matthew Sandoval will be sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.
Sat May 18, 2013
DA clears Albuquerque officers in 2 shooting cases
Two Albuquerque police officers who were involved in non-fatal shootings have been cleared by the Bernalillo County district attorney's office.
Thu May 16, 2013
Taxing Internet sales: No slam dunk
The US Senate, with the support of New Mexico's Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall, recently passed legislation called the "Marketplace Fairness Act." The idea behind the legislation is to set up a new taxation regime that would allow states to collect sales taxes on all online sales.
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New Mexico's highest court considers whether judge's rulings tainted rape trial
SANTA FE New Mexico's Supreme Court took up the question Wednesday of whether a judge misused the state's shield law for rape victims, preventing a young man from receiving a fair trial.
Wed May 15, 2013
Carjack suspect died in violent crash
The identity of a carjacking suspect killed in a spectacular crash in the North Valley Tuesday afternoon has been released by Bernalillo County sheriff's investigators.
Carjacking lead to fatal rollover on Fourth Street
Bernalillo County Sheriff's deputies said a man died Tuesday shortly after he carjacked a vehicle at a business at Fourth Street and Alameda Boulevard.
Bernalillo County imposes new fire restrictions
Bernalillo County is imposing new restrictions and prohibitions on outdoor smoking, campfires and open burning in areas of the county outside the Albuquerque city limits.
Man dies after attempted robbery, carjacking
Authorities say a man is dead after crashing a vehicle he had carjacked following an attempted robbery at a convenience store in Albuquerque's North Valley.
Tue May 14, 2013
SWAT team surrounds Albuquerque home
Right now, a SWAT team is trying to get a person out of a home in the 10000 block of Natalie Court NE.
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Suspect in NM church stabbing attack indicted
The Bernalillo County District Attorney's office said Tuesday that a grand jury has indicted Lawrence Capener on a number of charges, including attempted murder.
Co. fire restrictions to be discussed
That includes banning open fires, campfires and smoking in the vulnerable areas of Bernalillo County.
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It's from the four major cell phone companies and it's targeting teens. 4) If you're looking for a jobhere you go.
Mon May 13, 2013
MDC overcrowding plan to get 2nd vote
Bernalillo County Commissioners will take up another proposal this week to fix the jail overcrowding problem at the Metro Detention Center.
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Bernalillo to again consider inmate transfers
Bernalillo County commissioners on Tuesday will again consider a proposal to ship out hundreds of inmates to relieve crowding in the county jail in Albuquerque.
Fri May 10, 2013
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City opens new section of Bosque Trail
Just in time for the weekend, a new improved section of Albuquerque's popular Bosque Trail is open for bikers and hikers, runners and horses.