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7777 Jefferson St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109 Directions
Mueller concludes Trump staff prevented potentially criminal acts
At least one officer opened fire on a suspect after responding to a home invasion on Thursday night in southeast Albuquerque, according to the Albuquerque Police Department. APD spokesman Daren DeAguero said no officers were injured and the suspect is in stable condition at the hospital. He said police are investigating whether the suspect fired
TOKYO Asian stock indexes were mostly moderately higher in quiet holiday trading on Good Friday as some markets were closed. Japans benchmark Nikkei 225 edged up 0.5 to 22,189.01. South Koreas Kospi rose 0.3 to 2,219.78. The Shanghai Composite was little changed at 3,248.87. Some markets remain closed for the holiday, including in the
Event includes educational activities for kids
Congress should decide on prosecution, special counsel suggests
Albuquerque The Magazine
1550 Mercantile Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107 Directions
Winter is coming and the chill in the air may induce hibernation mode in all of us. In addition to pumpkin spice and everything nice, one staple that wouldnt make curling up with the blankets quite complete is hot chocolate. And in fact, a recent study says it may actually be good for you, but
Good news for folks whove always wanted to get their hands on Cuban cigars and rum. The Obama administration announced a new round of executive actions surrounding Cubas trade and travel today. As long as its for personal consumption, travelers are now able to purchase unlimited amounts of Cuban stogies and libations. But theres a
Its time for the weekend, and sometimes the urge to do nothing and stay in is just too great. Your motivation is gone, and you just want rest. Although you may need some R&R, you may want to look at how you perceive your locus of control. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and Albuquerquean tells
While we all know that Facebook is a time waster, a new study suggests that it could alsodo you some good. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University found thatpeople sending youpersonal messages through the site can up your happy factor.But,according to the study, simplyscrolling through feeds doesnt have the same effectthe messages must be personalized to
Germaphobes, rejoice.Researchers at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., found that bacteria can spread to the foodyoudropped on the floor in less than one second, according to astudy published inApplied and Environmental Microbiology. The five-second rule is a significant oversimplification of what actually happens when bacteria transfer from a surface to food, says Donald Schaffner,
KNME-TV - PBS
1130 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102 Directions
On Sunday April 14 New Mexico PBS partnered with Albuquerque City Councilor Pat Davis and Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins on an Indie Lens PopUp screening event at the Hiland Theater on Route 66. Continue reading Charm City Screening at the Hiland Theater The post Charm City Screening at the Hiland Theater appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.
By Petyr Xyst My name is Petyr Xyst, and Im currently an intern at NMPBS in the Marketing and Communications department. Im a freshman attending UNM as a film major, coming from basically an entire Continue reading Petyr Xyst, Marketing Confidential The post Petyr Xyst, Marketing Confidential appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.
Saturday, April 27, 2019 10:00am-12:00pm New Mexico PBS Studios 1130 University Blvd NE As the earth warms, sea levels rise and super-storms become more frequent and intense, many of the worlds major coastal cities may Continue reading Science Cafe: Sinking Cities The post Science Cafe: Sinking Cities appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.
Every month New Mexico PBS Science Central asks experts from a wide range of fields the question Why did you become a scientist Sarah Albert describes why she became a geophysicist at Sandia National Laboratories.The post Why did you become a Scientist Sarah Albert appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.
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KOAT-TV 7 - ABC
3801 Carlisle Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107 Directions
See a continued question-and-answer segment involving Delaney and the voters.
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions from voters Tuesday in New Hampshire.
See a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.
See Delaneys biography and learn more about his background.
New electric buses could be rolling down the streets of Albuquerque, but not for the ART project
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