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Alaska News Nightly: September 16, 2014
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has changed his mind and now says he supports increasing the state minimum wage. Monday, BP announced it will cut its workforce in the state by nearly a fifth - 200 employees and contractors will be absorbed by Hilcorp as part of a North Slope asset sale, and another 275 will be laid off.
Mexican Tall Ship Cuauhtemoc in Seward
The ship glided into Resurrection Bay wreathed in mist, looking much like a sight out of the past. The Cuauhtemoc is painted white, and it would have appeared ghostly in the driving rain and low clouds, except for the lively Mexican music playing as members of the crew, stationed at attention along five tiers of spars, sang songs as the ship approached the harbor.
Creel, Mexico - One of the Magical City's in the Copper Canyon
The Tarahumara occupy the Copper Canyon. Creel is the biggest city in the Copper Canyon area.
North Shore News
Mexican tall ship moored at NV pier
The Mexican Navy's tall ship Cuauhtemoc moored at the Burrard Dry Dock Pier Tuesday morning and is inviting guests to come aboard.
El Paso Times
US consulate officials have meetings in Juarez colonias
JUAREZ >> Unfalia Gaona, a resident from Las Torres neighborhood in southeast Juarez, this week had the immigration advice she had waited to get for the last seven years.