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  1. New Mexico budget woes bring national teachers union leaderRead the original story

    Yesterday | KOB-TV New Mexico

    The national president of the American Federation of Teachers is coming to New Mexico amid the state's budget woes. Randi Weingarten is scheduled to visit Santa Fe on Wednesday as state lawmakers begin a special session that will likely address education funding in one of the nation's poorest states.

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  2. Former deputy claims self-defense in murder retrialRead the original story

    Friday May 19 | KOB-TV

    The former Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy took the stand in his own defense Friday afternoon claiming he shot his fellow deputy Jeremy Martin in self-defense. Prosecutors say it was cold-blooded murder.

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  3. State rests in Tai Chan retrial; defense calls witnessesRead the original story

    Thursday May 18 | KOB-TV

    Chan, a former Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy, is charged with first-degree murder, accused of gunning down fellow deputy Jeremy Martin at a Las Cruces hotel in October 2014. The deputies were planning to spend the night at Hotel Encanto on their way back to Santa Fe after transporting a prisoner to Arizona.

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  4. Planned Parenthood to close 3 clinics in northern New MexicoRead the original story

    Thursday May 18 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    The Santa Fe New Mexican reports the closures in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Farmington are part of larger consolidation effort to keep the organization solvent. The closures will likely happen in September and would leave Planned Parenthood with two clinics in Albuquerque and one in Santa Fe.

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  5. 'Graves' returns to film second season in New MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | KOB-TV

    The New Mexico Film Office says "Graves" is being shot starting this week in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo and Santa Fe. Crews will be working on the production through July.

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  6. Santa Fe schools approve budgetRead the original story

    Tuesday May 16 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    The fiscal year 2017-18 spending plan fills an estimated $1.58 million budget gap. Some cost-cutting measures include reductions in administration, special needs education, and alternative high school programs.

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  7. Santa Fe police investigating report of girl being forced into vanRead the original story

    Tuesday May 16 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    A witness told police in Santa Fe a 13-year-old girl was forced in a van Tuesday afternoon, but so far the Santa Fe Police Department has not called it an abduction. The witness at the Tuscany Apartments at 2218 Miguel Chavez Road near St. Frances and Siringo Road called 911 after seeing the girl and a man arguing, SFPD Public Information Officer Greg Gurule said.

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  8. Santa Fe progressive launches run for New Mexico governorRead the original story

    Monday May 15 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    Alcohol-prevention teacher Peter DeBenedittis of Santa Fe is seeking the Democratic nomination to run for governor of New Mexico. DeBenedittis formally announced his candidacy Monday, describing himself as a progressive Democrat and political outsider who does not owe favors to past political contributors.

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  9. Santa Fe council bans smoking at the PlazaRead the original story

    Friday May 12 | KOB-TV

    Add the Plaza in Santa Fe to the growing list of places where smokers can no longer light up. The city council has snuffed out smoking on the famous square.

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  10. Slain NM officers from 1933, 1880s honored for serviceRead the original story

    Thursday May 11 | KOB-TV

    This weekend, the names of five New Mexico lawmen will be added to the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C. Alamogordo officer Clint Corvinus, Hatch officer Jose Chavez and Valencia County deputy Ryan Thomas were all killed in the line of duty last year. But there are two names on the list people probably won't recognize -- two Santa Fe police officers whose end-of-watch came during the Wild West days.

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  11. Santo Domingo pueblo gets electric car charging stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | KOB-TV

    An American Indian pueblo is getting the first electric vehicle charging station along the Interstate 25 corridor between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The Public Service Company of New Mexico announced this week that charging station will be placed at Santo Domingo Pueblo thanks to a partnership with PNM, Ugo, and Nissan.

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  12. Wife of slain deputy testifies in Tai Chan trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 9 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    A jury heard emotional testimony in court Tuesday afternoon as the widow of murdered Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy Jeremy Martin took the stand. Fellow deputy Tai Chan is on trial for a second time, charged with murdering martin at a Las Cruces hotel nearly three years ago.

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  13. Former Espanola coach reaches settlement with PEDRead the original story

    Tuesday May 9 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    SANTA FE, N.M. Former Espanola Valley High School boys basketball coach Richard Martinez has reached a settlement with the state Public Education Department. Martinez has agreed to resign from the school district, not teach for a year and surrender his coaching license under a settlement with the state Public Education Department.

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  14. Tai Chan's retrial to begin MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 5 | KOB-TV

    The retrial begins Monday for a former Santa Fe County Sheriff's deputy charged with murdering his fellow deputy at a Las Cruces hotel in 2014. Prosecutors say Tai Chan murdered Jeremy Martin during a drunken argument at Hotel Encanto, where the two deputies were staying on their way back to Santa Fe after transporting a prisoner to Arizona.

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  15. Airport sales offer up TSA treasuresRead the original story

    Friday May 5 | KOB-TV

    Each year the Transportation Security Administration collects millions of dollars in lost and confiscated and at airport check points. Some items, mainly weapons, knifes, and guns are sold to local law enforcement, but the others go to public auction or sales.

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  16. Accused cop killer to be transferred from state penitentiary to MDCRead the original story

    Friday May 5 | KOB-TV

    The man accused in the October 2015 shooting death of a police officer will be moved from the state penitentiary to the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center, according to court documents.

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  17. Video shows deputies recapture escaped inmateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | KOB-TV

    A New Mexico prison inmate escaped this week when authorities say he walked right out the door. Recently released body camera video shows how deputies caught up to him.

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  18. Las Vegas OB-GYN clinic to closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 3 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    After serving women and soon-to-be moms in northern New Mexico for seven years, Alumbra Women's Health & Maternity Care, LLC has announced it will close their office, effective June 2, 2017. In March 2016, Alta Vista Regional Hospital in Las Vegas, NM shut down its obstetrics unit The hospital called it a "temporary" closure, but it still has not reopened.

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  19. City leaders respond after voters shoot down sugary drink taxRead the original story

    Wednesday May 3 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    City leaders in Santa Fe spoke out Wednesday after voters shot down a proposed tax increase on sugary beverages on Tuesday. The 2-cent-per-ounce tax would have expanded Pre-K education to about 1,000 3- and 4-year-old children in the city.

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  20. Political spending on Santa Fe sugary drink tax tops $163 per voteRead the original story

    Wednesday May 3 | KOB-TV

    Political action committees spent at least $163 per vote to influence the outcome of a sugary drink tax initiative that was resoundingly rejected in a special election in New Mexico's state capital city. The soft drink industry and a variety of health and community advocacy groups spent at least $3.25 million on Tuesday's vote in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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