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Albuquerque Journal
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China extends threatening military exercises around Taiwan
08/08/2022 4:57am

BEIJING -- China said Monday it was extending threatening military exercises surrounding Taiwan that have disrupted shipping and air traffic and substantially raised concerns about the potential for conflict in a region crucial to global trade.The exercises would include anti-submarine drills, apparently targeting U.S. support for Taiwan in the event of a potential Chinese invasion, according to social media posts from the eastern leadership of Chinas ruling Communist Partys military arm, the Peoples Liberation Army.The military has said the exercises involving missile strikes, warplanes and ship movements crossing the midline of the Taiwan Strait dividing the sides were a response to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosis visit to the self-ruled island last week.China has ignored calls to calm the tensions, and there was no immediate indication of when it would end what amounts to a blockade.On Monday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said China would firmly safeguard Chinas sovereignty and territorial integrity, resolutely deter the U.S. from containing China with the Taiwan issue and resolutely shatter the Taiwan authorities illusion of relying on the U.S. for independence.Taiwans defense ministry said Sunday it detected a total of 66 aircraft and 14 warships conducting the naval and air exercises. The island has responded by putting its military on alert and deploying ships, planes and other assets to monitor Chinese aircraft, ships and drones that are simulating attacks on the island of Taiwan and our ships at sea.Meanwhile, Taiwans official Central News Agency reported that Taiwans army will conduct live-fire artillery drills in southern Pingtung county on Tuesday and Thursday, in response to the Chinese exercises.The drills will include snipers, combat vehicles, armored vehicles as well as attack helicopters, said the report, which cited an anonymous source.China claims Taiwan as its own territory and has threatened to annex it by force if necessary. The two sides split in 1949 after a civil war, but Beijing considers visits to Taiwan by foreign officials as recognizing its sovereignty.Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has called on the international community to support democratic Taiwan and halt any escalation of the regional security situation. The Group of Seven industrialized nations has also criticized Chinas actions, prompting Beijing to cancel a meeting between Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Japanese counterpart, Yoshimasa Hayashi.China has cut off defense and climate talks with the U.S. and imposed sanctions on Pelosi in retaliation for her visit.The Biden administration and Pelosi say the U.S. remains committed to the one-China policy that extends formal diplomatic recognition to Beijing while allowing robust informal relations and defense ties with Taipei.The U.S., however, criticized Beijings actions in the Taiwan Strait, with White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre calling them fundamentally irresponsible.Theres no need and no reason for this escalation, Jean-Pierre said.In Washington, Taiwanese de facto ambassador Bi-khim Hsiao said China had no reason to be so furious over Pelosis visit, which follows a long tradition of American lawmakers visiting Taiwan.Well, you know, we have been living under the threat from China for decades, Hsiao told CBS News on Sunday. If you have a kid being bullied at school, you dont say you dont go to school. You try to find a way to deal with the bully.The risks are posed by Beijing, Hsiao said.On a visit to Myanmar, whose Chinese-backed military government has been accused of murdering its opponents, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Washington was taking the opportunity to build up its military deployment in the region, which deserves high vigilance and resolute boycott from all sides.Chinas firm stance is aimed at earnestly safeguarding peace across the Taiwan Strait and regional stability, Wang was quoted as saying by the official Xinhua News Agency.Meanwhile, Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong called for a cooling of tensions. Australia continues to urge restraint, Australia continues to urge deescalation, and this is not something that solely Australia is calling for, and the whole region is concerned about the current situation, the whole region is calling for stability to be restored, Wong told reporters in Canberra.Subscribe to ABQjournal. Call 505-823-4400

ABQ homicide detectives investigating fatal shooting
08/08/2022 1:24am

Albuquerque police investigate a homicide on the 500 block of Madeira SE. Adolphe Pierre-Louis/JOURNAL Albuquerque police investigate a homicide on the 500 block of Madeira SE. Adolphe Pierre-Louis/JOURNALAlbuquerque police are investigating after a maintenance worker was killed Sunday night while doing a random check on vacant apartments in the complex where he lived.Lt. Ray Del Greco, with the Albuquerque Police Department, said officers were dispatched to a shots fired call at an apartment complex on the 500 block of Madeira SE, near Zuni and San Mateo SE, around 11 p.m. He said when they arrived they found a person dead.Del Greco said neighbors told officers that the maintenance worker, who also lived on the property, was checking on the property when he was shot. He said no one is in custody and there is no suspect information.The maintenance worker is not of the Muslim religion or Middle Eastern descent and there are no indications at this point in time that this matches any of the modus operandi of the killing of four other Muslims, Del Greco said.The city has been on edge after police revealed last week that they believe the fatal shooting of four Muslim men over the period of nine months, three of which happened over a week and a half, may be connected.Subscribe to ABQjournal. Call 505-823-4400

New Mexico slips to 50th in child well-being
08/08/2022 1:08am

Amber WallinCopyright 2022 Albuquerque JournalNew Mexicos ranking in overall child well-being slipped from 49th to 50th, according to the Kids Count Data Book for 2022.The COVID pandemic caused major challenges for families that blunted the progress New Mexico had been making to improve child well-being, said Amber Wallin, executive director of New Mexico Voices for Children, which manages the states Kids Count program.More importantly, and on a positive note, the data book also shows that New Mexico has seen consistent improvement over time in most indicators, she said.Comparing rankings from one year to the next often results in an incomplete picture, Wallin said. The national data book, compiled by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, looks primarily at 2016 through 2020 to determine the 2022 national rankings. But compared to rankings from a decade ago, there has clearly been improvement in many of the 16 indicators assessed in four major domains.In economic well-being New Mexico is ranked 48th in education were ranked 50th in health were ranked 39th and in family and community the state is 48th. Using a formula that compares all states and all 16 indicators, New Mexicos overall ranking is 50th, Wallin explained.One of the biggest improvements that weve seen is in teen birth rates, which decreased by 58 since 2010, dropping from 53 births per 1,000 teens in 2010, to 22 births per 1,000 teens in 2020, she said.There has also been a dramatic improvement in the number of children who now have health insurance, Wallin said. On average from 2016 through 2020, 6 of children had no health insurance, compared to 2008 through 2012, when an average of 11 of kids had no health insurance.Weve improved in the indicator of young children not in preschool and are now ranked 27th, an improvement over last years ranking of 29th and a ranking of 42nd a decade ago, Wallin said. So in raw numbers that means 6,000 more kids are enrolled in preschool than a decade ago. There is also long-term improvement in the number of high school students not graduating on time 25 as of pre-COVID 2019, according to the data book, compared to 37 who did not graduate on time in 2011.While New Mexico ranks 48th in childhood poverty, Wallin said, theres 20,000 fewer kids living in poverty today than there were in 2012.Whats not reflected in the data book is great policy progress in the past few years that put kids first, she said, noting a number of legislative changes made from 2019 forward.Among them are the new child tax credit, the doubling of the tax credit for working families with kids and the expansion of child care systems to most every kid in New Mexico, she said.These unprecedented investments in kids and families are all good reasons to hope that well see progress in the future, but only if we keep up those investments in our kids and keep creating opportunities for our students, for day care teachers, for our K-12 education classrooms and for the economic security of our workers, Wallin said.Those are the ways that we improve this long term, and it feels like were just getting started in the state to see what that would look like.Data Online See the Kids Count Data Book for 2022 at https://www.aecf.org/databookSubscribe to ABQjournal. Call 505-823-4400

‘Courageous conversations’ can transform community
08/08/2022 1:07am

Cathryn McGill, founder and director of the NM Black Leadership Council, has worked for more than a decade to transform the International District. Photographed in June 2020. Adolphe Pierre-Louis/JournalPart two of a two-part seriesFor the past year or so, the New Mexico Black Leadership Council has been laying the groundwork to achieve a goal of ultimate transformation of the International District and its residents.As a key step, the group, led by founder and director Cathryn McGill, has worked to establish a relationship with the police officers who patrol the neighborhoods.If you look at what is going to make the kind of resilient and thriving community that all of us desire, how does that happen in the absence of communication McGill said.That means having courageous conversations a trademarked framework for a dialogue on matters of racial equity. As McGill explains it, the pillars of the conversation are to stay engaged, be civil, expect to experience discomfort, speak your truth, and expect and accept a lack of closure.Tensions over policing in Albuquerque are nothing new. But they flared anew last month when a Black teenager died of smoke inhalation inside a house on the southeastern edge of International District. SWAT team members threw tri-chamber flameless CS grenades into the home after they said 15-year-old Brett Rosenau and 27-year-old Qiaunt Kelley refused to exit. The house caught fire in the early morning hours of July 7, and when firefighters entered they found Rosenau dead.His death was met with backlash from the community and hundreds protested in the weeks that followed as they criticized the actions of law enforcement.Because Rosenau died while police were taking someone into custody, the incident is being investigated by the Multi-Agency Task Force and the results will be forwarded to the 2nd Judicial District Attorneys Office. It will also be the subject of an administrative investigation to determine if any policies were violated and will be examined by APDs Force Review Board and the superintendent of police reform.In addition, APD Chief Harold Medina sent a letter to Attorney General Hector Balderas on July 12, asking his office to conduct an independent review of the case.Because of their existing relationship NMBLC meets weekly with members of APDs Southeast Command the tragedy became the focus of a July 13 meeting at the NMBLC office, 1258 Ortiz Drive SE. Among those invited were representatives of the citys Community Safety Department, Violence Intervention Program and Equity Office, along with other community leaders from the International District.I had a chance to ask McGill if she was satisfied with the conversation. The short answer is no because police officials wouldnt share specifics about what happened, citing the ongoing investigation. APD on Friday said that a tri-chamber canister thrown by a Bernalillo County Sheriffs Office SWAT team member cannot be eliminated as the cause of the fire, which Albuquerque Fire Rescue has ruled as accidental.That information wasnt available during the July 13 sitdown.True to courageous conversation standards, a lack of closure didnt keep McGill from moving the conversation forward. If police couldnt provide the information she and other stakeholders sought, what could the group talk aboutSo the conversation became about how to help the victims of the fire the family of the dead teen and the family that lost a home and APDs standard operating procedure.Let me understand that, McGill said, so when we get this explanation that could be 120 days out, we know what the framework is. We know what should have happened, then well be able to evaluate if that did happen.These conversations, in addition to establishing mutual understanding, help NMBLC hold the department accountable for its actions. Theyre also an entry point to earning the trust of the communities NMBLC wants to serve.Were still learning and making ourselves worthy of being able to approach people who have been promised so many things and had so many broken promises and have, perhaps, different origin stories than we do, McGill said. If we say we want to serve and fill needs in the community and we want things to be transformed, then we have to keep talking ... but what we do is connect that to accountability.McGill describes NMBLCs work as non-attributable victories in gaining access to equity. Take the first letter of each word in that description and you get navigate.The non-attributable victories may not be apparent to the person walking down the street. But what were doing way in the background in many cases is saying, Were going to address these situations, hopefully to obviate tragedies from occurring, prevent them, and if they do ultimately happen and they will then we have a way to respond to them as opposed to react.NMBLC and the Albuquerque Police Department are on the same page with a desire to have a relationship. The goal is to make sure we always have communication and that were not trying to establish the relationship after an incident that we have relationships before an incident, APD Chief Harold Medina told me last week. That established relationship seems to have helped keep the deadly fire from becoming a flashpoint.However, its important to note that NMBLCs aim is to have a dialogue with police, not insulate them from criticism. And McGill acknowledged a productive relationship is a two-way street.The communities of the I.D. have a role, she said. We have to actively participate, if we choose to, and there are going to be people who dont choose to on both sides of the equation. Right now, were sort of trying to figure out how to negotiate that muck and mire, if you will, to get to ultimate community resiliency. Thats the transformation were seeking.A brighter sideSome of NMBLCs work is gritty, street-level outreach knocking on doors and telling people about available services or assistance they might not be aware of. But the organization also emphasizes cultural vibrancy and positive youth development. Supporting the Black community in New Mexico has become more important in the wake of a national reckoning over systemic racism spurred by the unjust killings of Black people like George Floyd. But NMBLCs goal is to help all members of the International District, many of whom do not fit neatly into what NMBLC calls the tricultural myth or the idea that New Mexico is a harmonious blend of Anglo, Hispanic and Indigenous people.So NMBLC and the New Mexico Family Asian Center started an annual True New Mexico art show last year giving youth who self-identify as Black/African American and Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian a chance to showcase works of art reflecting their True New Mexican story.McGill has been a driving force for change for more than a decade. Shes the founder of NMBLC precursor, the New Mexico Black History Organizing Committee. In 2011, it organized the Roots Summer Leadership Academy, a free three-week camp open to students aged 8 to 16 from all parts of the International District.The camp is multicultural, attracting people from all walks of life, including students experiencing homelessness and those from refugee communities.Zavier Thompson, 21, was part of the inaugural camp in 2011 and participated each summer after. He credits the experience with fanning his passion for music. On summer break from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, N.Y, where he studies music technology and business communications, Thompson attended the camps closing ceremony at First Unitarian Church July 19, which included a song-and-dance performance by campers.He was there to show support for a program that had a profound influence on his life, but also to reconnect with McGill, who he credits with creating a safe space to learn, grow and experience a sense of community.Thompson remembers almost being star struck seeing another Black person in Albuquerque as a kid. The camp put him in touch with other Black youth, many of whom became lifelong friends. And the camp provided a sense of cultural pride that had been lacking in his life.The camps mission is to teach leadership skills and bring out students different strengths via an education steeped in the arts, with a curriculum that meets all state Public Education Department standards.So, while some of NMBLCs work is behind the scenes, some of it is celebrated and beloved by communities that too often appear invisible to their fellow New Mexicans.Journal community engagement editor Andy Smith writes columns based on conversations with diverse individuals and groups throughout our community. He can be reached at asmithabqjournal.com. Coming tomorrow: A potential flashpoint the death of a Black teen during a standoff off with police in the International District becomes the focus of a courageous conversation between NMBLC and APD. https://www.abqjournal.com/2522716/tackling-challenges-block-by-block-in-the-id.htmlSubscribe to ABQjournal. Call 505-823-4400

MLK offramp gone; MVD out of envelopes
08/08/2022 1:06am

THE MLK OFFRAMP IS GONE:Drivers need to be alert for the new traffic pattern that starts Monday around Interstate 25 and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.Work starts Monday to remove the northbound MLK offramp. N.M. Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kimberly Gallegos says the northbound I-25 MLK exit will be closed and northbound traffic will access MLK by exiting at the Lead/Coal offramp and proceeding north on Oak Street to MLK this will be the permanent configuration.MLK access for southbound traffic on I-25 will not be affected. The northbound ramp is being removed to make improvements to the west half of Oak Street between Central and MLK.Dick Rowles with Star Paving says after Labor Day, crews will be reducing northbound I-25 to two lanes at MLK. That work is to be completed before Balloon Fiesta. Because of a nationwide paper shortage, MVD has been unable to obtain its usual envelope stock. The Department of Workforce Solutions is providing some of its preprinted envelopes for use by MVD. The return address on the envelopes will be Workforce Solutions, but the bulk postage stamp will include the words MVD Mail, as in the photo below. Courtesy NM Taxation and Revenue DepartmentYOUR TITLES IN A DIFFERENT ENVELOPE: The Motor Vehicle Division sent out a news release last week that because of a nationwide paper shortage, MVD has been unable to obtain its usual envelope stock. The Department of Workforce Solutions has stepped up to provide some of its preprinted envelopes for use by MVD.Charlie Moore, spokesman for MVDs parent agency, Taxation and Revenue, explains that means your title, registration and other MVD correspondence will come in an envelope from the Department of Workforce Solutions, but there will be a bulk postage stamp with MVD Mail, as shown in the photo.A new shipment of envelopes isnt expected until this fall, Moore says, so MVD will continue to use Workforce Solutions envelopes until then.AND MVD DOES SO HAVE PLASTIC PLACARDS: After last weeks column included an update that MVD had obtained more of the heat-resistant plastic stock it uses for handicapped placards, a few readers reported they were told that wasnt so.Betty called to say she was told by her state MVD office to renew her paper parking permit and she is on a wait list for a plastic one, and Tina emailed FYI, the information they gave you was not accurate. I just waited on the hour-long hold to get in and they just emailed me another piece of paper as a placard and said that they still dont have enough and that the next shipment will come in like October.Moore says MVD does in fact have adequate stock of the permanent placards to serve customers as they renew and replace. Unfortunately, that was not communicated properly to this particular customer. We apologize for that and will ensure staff members are aware. In Tinas case, a plastic placard is being mailed out to the customer, but because it expires in 6 months, it is considered temporary.If you still use a paper parking placard, Moore says you need to request a replacement/renewal to get the permanent placard again. Customers can renew/replace their placards online at mvdonline.com.ABOUT THAT LONG PHONE WAIT: As for Tinas hour on hold, Moore says call center times are not where we want them to be. Some of that is our staffing level. There also is a technical issue right now. Although they are different numbers, the MVD call center shares lines with the tax call center, and volumes there are still very high ... because of the rebate program. At times, that can lead to a busy signal.Editorial page editor DVal Westphal tackles commuter issues for the metro area on Mondays. Reach her at 823-3858 dwestphalabqjournal.com. Subscribe to ABQjournal. Call 505-823-4400

Albuquerque The Magazine
Albuquerque The Magazine

(505) 842-1110

1550 Mercantile Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107   Directions

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June 2019 Datebook Top Picks
06/03/2019 2:43pm

June 2019 Top Picks saturday 1 48 pm ABQ Street Meet. This is the largest creative meet up in Albuquerque. All creative individuals are welcome including photographers, videographers, models, cosplayers, SFX artists, rave performers, andcar owners. The goal is togather the community into this shared mindset of creativity. Info: North Domingo Baca Park, 7521

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KNME-TV - PBS
KNME-TV - PBS

(505) 277-2121

1130 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102   Directions

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The Whistle Program Offer
06/29/2022 2:43pm

The Whistle FEED DATE / SCHEDULE: Available via sIX Press Materials Photos are for editorial use only in conjunction with the direct publicity or promotion of this program, for a period of three years from the programs original program offer date, unless otherwise noted. No other rights are granted. All rights reserved. -- All imagesThe post The Whistle Program Offer appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Online Public Notice for KNME-TV Translators
06/09/2022 12:46pm

June 9, 2022- On June 1, 2022, Regents of the University of New Mexico and Board of Education of Albuquerque, licensee of K33FK-D, K22NT-D, K33GC-D, K22 FN-D, K15JO-D, K28GF-D, K18HR-D, K34HF-D, K31PM-D, K36PP-D, K31HB-D, K23FE-D, K33GA-D, K33FL-D, K2300-D, K18LG-D, K10CG-D, K31EO-D, K33OE-D, K15HC-D, K31OX-D, K20CV-D, K15FV-D, K34FQ-D, K30FP-D, K33PG-D, K31JR-D, K15HD-D, K18LC-D, K28GV-D, K36FQ-D, K33QD-D,The post Online Public Notice for KNME-TV Translators appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Online Public Notice for K18LC-D Translators
06/09/2022 12:32pm

June 9, 2022 On June 1, 2022, the Regents of the University of New Mexico, licensee of K18LC-D, Channel 18, Tecolote, New Mexico, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for a renewal of license. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments andThe post Online Public Notice for K18LC-D Translators appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Jeanette DeDios
02/08/2022 10:04am

Jeanette DeDios Da nzhov Hello My name is Jeanette DeDios I am a senior double majoring in Multimedia Journalism and English at the University of New Mexico. I am Jicarilla Apache and Din woman passionate about filmmaking, graphic design, writing, and publishing. I also interned at Meow Wolf this past summer where was able toThe post Jeanette DeDios appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Dylan Haworth
01/28/2022 11:08am

Dylan Haworth Hello My name is Dylan Haworth and I am a third-year student at UNM studying Film and Digital Media with a focus in documentary production. I am originally from Chico, California, but Ive moved about eight times after that I am very passionate about storytelling, news media, art, and spending time in theThe post Dylan Haworth appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

KOAT-TV 7 - ABC
KOAT-TV 7 - ABC

(505) 884-7777

3801 Carlisle Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107   Directions

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VIDEO: Group of masked men stole more than $2 million in diamond jewelry from Bronx store, police say
08/08/2022 5:00am

Police said the men fled with approximately $2.15 million worth of jewelry.

A man was hospitalized after an alligator bit him in the face at a Florida lake
08/08/2022 4:20am

An alligator bit a mans face while he was swimming in Lake Thonotosassa in Florida, according to officials.

This Day in History: Ali and Nicklaus meet for the first time in 1996
08/08/2022 2:31am

On Aug. 8, 1996, Muhammad Ali and Jack Nicklaus met at the 78th PGA Championship in Kentucky.

Armed robbery at popular cookie shop
08/07/2022 11:43pm

Rude Boy Cookies nearly held at gunpoint

Albuquerque police say vehicle could be related to recent Muslim homicides
08/07/2022 11:24pm

If you see this vehicle or you know who might possibly be driving it call the police, said Albuquerque police Deputy Chief Cecily Barker.

KRQE-TV 13 - CBS
KRQE-TV 13 - CBS

(505) 243-2285

13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104   Directions

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APD identifies vehicle of interest in homicide investigation
08/07/2022 3:18pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. KRQE Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, along with Albuquerque Police investigators and community leaders held a media briefing Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. The press conference will be available on this page. The briefing is being held to provide an update on the ongoing investigation into four murders of Muslim men in Albuquerque. Friday ...

APD investigates homicide at foothills apartment
08/07/2022 1:36pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. KRQE Albuquerque police are investigating a homicide in the foothills area Sunday. Police responded to a shooting call around 6:25 a.m. at the Copper Ridge Apartments at 557 Tramway Blvd. NE. Officials say when police arrived, they found a man who had been shot. The man died from his wounds at the scene. ...

Lightning show tonight with locally heavy rain
08/07/2022 11:29pm

What a show this evening Storms continue slowly moving into the ABQ metro area packing frequent lightning, heavy rain, and flash flooding closer to the Jemez. The city of Bernalillo is seeing some of the heaviest rain currently. Earlier, we saw isolated burn scar flash flooding over the Calf Canyon fire. Some changes are in ...

APS missing 2% of Chromebooks, about $450,000 loss
08/07/2022 11:00pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.KRQE While kids get back to school, Albuquerque Public Schools is trying to get back devices given to students during the pandemic. Now that were back into school face-to-face, we can get a better idea on what our inventory is for Chromebooks and iPads, said Shellmarie Harris, Executive Director of Educational Technology for ...

Classic car event gets kids ready for school
08/07/2022 6:33pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. KRQE Schools starts for kids across New Mexico this week and the city of Albuquerque is making sure students and their families are ready. This is the fifth-annual Cruzin Into the School Year event. The back-to-school event held at Civic Plaza provides kids with haircuts, backpacks, school supplies, sports physicals, clothing vouchers, and ...

KWBQ-TV - CW
KWBQ-TV - CW

(505) 797-1919

13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104   Directions

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New Mexico Daily Lobo
New Mexico Daily Lobo

(505) 277-5656

201 Yale Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106   Directions

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