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Air Force Base in New Mexico Tries to Speed Cleanup

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Cannon Air Force Base is starting work with nearby landowners to test their water and soil for a group of chemicals known as PFAS.
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Education Retirements in New Mexico up by 40% This Year

Retirements of teachers and other public education employees in New Mexico spiked by 40% this year, and the pandemic is thought to be one of a number of possible causes for the spike.
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New Mexico Community Schools Aim to Cover 'Every Basic Need'

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — If you’ve seen one community school, you’ve seen one community school.
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A female soldier at Fort Bliss said she was assaulted by a group of male Afghan refugees, officials say

An aerial view of Fort Bliss' Doña Ana Village in New Mexico is seen Friday, Sept. 10, 2021. Farnoush Amiri/AP Photo A soldier at Fort Bliss said she was assaulted by a group of Afghan refugees, officials said Friday. The FBI is now investigating the incident. Thousands of Afghan refugees are being temporarily housed on military bases in the US. See more stories on Insider's business page. A female soldier at Fort Bliss reported she was assaulted by a group of male Afghan refugees...
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FBI investigating female soldier's report that she was assaulted by Afghan refugees at military complex in New Mexico

The task force for evacuees at Fort Bliss is implementing additional security measures following the allegation.
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New Mexico Governor Tours Refugee Center, Talks Business

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham visited southern New Mexico on Friday to talk with business groups about economic development and to tour a U.S. military base near the border where Afghan refugees are being housed.
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Airman Charged With Murder Accused of Trying to Cover Tracks

A prosecutor said at a trial Friday that a U.S. Air Force airman charged with kidnapping a Mennonite woman in New Mexico, fatally shooting her and dumping her body in northern Arizona, had tried unsuccessfully to cover his tracks after the 2020 killing.
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'Incredible:' Oldest known human footprints in North America discovered at national park

A potentially groundbreaking discovery in New Mexico suggests human beings populated North America thousands of years earlier than previously thought.       [Author: Las Cruces Sun-News]
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GEICO Insurance Reviews 2021 [Cost, Service, and Coverage]

Affiliate disclosure: Automoblog and its partners may be compensated when you purchase the products below. GEICO Car insurance In Our Opinion: We named GEICO “Best Overall” because of the company’s well-rounded offerings and positive scores across the board. GEICO makes it easy to get car insurance with a helpful mobile app and affordable plans for all drivers, including students and military members. Customers will enjoy the online experience but may be frustrated with repairs and t...
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Nationwide Insurance Reviews, Coverage, and More (2021)

Nationwide Review In Our Opinion: Nationwide is a great option for car insurance, especially for senior citizens. We found Nationwide to be outstanding in availability and coverage but lacking in affordability. Industry Standing: 90 Availability: 95 Coverage: 95 Affordability: 85 Customer Service: 85 Online Experience: 85 Pros Available in 47 states A+ financial strength rating from AM Best and A+ rating from the BBB Many choices fo...
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Progressive Insurance Reviews, Coverage, and More (2021)

Affiliate disclosure: Automoblog and its partners may be compensated when you purchase the products below. Progressive Auto Insurance In Our Opinion: As a household name, Progressive offers auto, motorcycle, and recreational vehicle insurance in all 50 states. The company sells unique coverage options in addition to its standard suite of products, but price inconsistencies and negative customer service reviews may deter drivers. We’ve named Progressive “Best for High-Risk Drivers” bec...
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Interview: Intrusion Director Adam Salky Talks Netflix Thriller

Netflix’s latest thriller is Intrusion starring Freida Pinto and Logan Marshall-Green. The film features plenty of drama after a couple moves to a new town and find themselves the victim of a break-in. “Meera (Freida Pinto) and Henry Parsons (Logan Marshall-Green) move to a small town in New Mexico seeking peace and togetherness,” says the official synopsis. “Instead, they become victims of a random act of violence that disrupts their lives and unearths secrets of their pasts. As their trust ero...
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got into a shouting match outside the Capitol with a Democratic congresswoman over abortion: 'Try being a Christian!'

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia shouts at journalists as she goes through security outside the House Chamber at Capitol Hill on January 12, 2021. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got into a shouting match with Rep. Debbie Dingel over abortion at the Capitol. "You try being a Christian!" the congresswomen shouted at one another on the steps outside the House. The exchange came immediately following the passage of the Women's Health...
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"Ghost" footprints in New Mexico turn out to be 23,000 years old

A set of fossilized footprints in White Sands National Park, New Mexico have been dated to around 23,000 years ago and offer the oldest firm evidence of humans in the Americas, appearing to show that people arrived here before the last Ice Age. — Read the rest
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New Mexico Man Drives off With His 4 Children After Dispute

The Navajo Division of Public Safety has issued an Amber Alert for four missing children in New Mexico.
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Oldest human footprints in North America found in New Mexico

WASHINGTON (AP) — Fossilized footprints discovered in New Mexico indicate that early humans were walking across North America around...
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Newly discovered fossil footprints show humans were in North America thousands of years earlier than we thought

Some of the fossil footprints discovered in White Sands National Park. Courtesy of Sally Reynolds et al. Anthropologists found 60 fossilized human footprints in New Mexico that date back 23,000 years. The finding reveals humans occupied North America thousands of years earlier than we thought - and thrived on the continent during the last ice age. See more stories on Insider's business page. A new discovery offers definitive evidence that humans were in North America far earlier than ...
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Human footprints thought to be oldest in North America discovered

Ancient tracks found in New Mexico are believed to be between 21,000 to 23,000 years old, study saysNew scientific research conducted by archaeologists have uncovered what they believe are the oldest known human footprints in North America.Research done at the White Sands National Park in New Mexico discovered the ancient footprints, with researchers estimating that the tracks were between 21,000 to 23,000 years old, reported Science. Continue reading...
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Insurance Premiums Fall as New Mexico Prepares New Subsidies

Health care access is getting substantially less expensive for consumers on the state’s health insurance exchange.
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Ancient Footprints Suggest Humans Arrived In Americas During Ice Age

Human footprints found in New Mexico are about 23,000 years old, a study reported, suggesting that people may have arrived long before...
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Eats Reading and a Fantasy

Alice, Let's Eat was a Christmas gift back in 1980. As I recall, once the formalities of the day were past--present-opening, dinner, dishes-- I spent the entire afternoon reading Trillin's delightful and fanciful accounts of foods and meals consumed or, sometimes, merely imagined. One of his favorite fantasies involved his being selected to take Chairman Mao (who was dead but, hey, it's a fantasy) for a week of eating in the many varied restaurants of New York. The advantage of shepherding...
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New Mexico Reduces Insurance Premiums on State Exchange

Health care access is getting substantially cheaper on the state’s health insurance exchange though a combination of state tax proceeds, federal pandemic aid and a growing pool of subscribers.
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Clinics in states neighboring Texas are seeing drastic increases in patients seeking an abortion

Escorts who ensure women can reach the clinic lineup as they face off protesters outside the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Chris Kenning/Reuters Abortion clinics in states that border Texas are seeing an influx of patients seeking the procedure. Clinics across Oklahoma, Louisiana, and New Mexico told Insider they're seeing patients from Texas. The new Texas law is believed to be driving people to seek alternative ways to obtain an abortion. See more stories o...
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Elementary School Student Reading, Math Proficiency Declines

A New Mexico legislative report suggests that elementary school student proficiency in reading and math has fallen significantly since the coronavirus pandemic began.
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New Mexico Races to Spend Federal Rental Assistance

State agencies spent federal pandemic aid at a furious pace during the month of August, channeling about $630 million in efforts to bolster unemployment reserves, provide emergency housing assistance and promote COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
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New Mexico Elementary Student Proficiency Falls Signifcantly

A New Mexico legislative report suggests that elementary school student proficiency in reading and math has fallen significantly since the coronavirus pandemic began.
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Report: New Mexico Students Further Behind, 31% 'Proficient'

A legislative report suggests elementary school students in New Mexico are falling further behind.
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Report: Pilot in Deadly Balloon Crash Had Drugs in System

A report from the Federal Aviation Administration shows the pilot of a hot air balloon that crashed in New Mexico in June had marijuana and cocaine in his system.
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Biden Appointee Confirmed as Federal Judge for New Mexico

Las Cruces-based defense and civil rights attorney Margaret Strickland was confirmed Tuesday by the U.S. Senate to serve as a federal judge in New Mexico, where two prior nominees from President Donald Trump were sidelined in the runup to the 2020 election.
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Netflix's The Starling Is A Long-Awaited Dream Come True For Screenwriter Matt Harris [Interview]

Making movies is hard. That's no secret. But sometimes getting a specific movie made is exceptionally difficult, and it takes years to make it happen. Such is the case with "The Starling," an upcoming Netflix drama starring Melissa McCarthy that has been more than 15 years in the making. For screenwriter Matt Harris, it's the conclusion to a long and winding road. Snapping the tape at the end of a marathon. Popping the champagne at the end of a race.The script had been making the rounds in Holly...
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