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Cultural Atlas: Mission to Mars

Chad Brummett, Fox New Mexico
Albuquerque, Jul 27, 2017
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is conducting field geology… 33.9 million miles away. The martian rover, “Opportunity”, has been on a fact-finding mission for 13 years, giving NASA and an exclusive group of scientists a steady flow of information on the Red Planet.

New Mexico extends surge in state tax revenues

Associated Press
Santa Fe, Jul 27, 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico state government is reporting a fourth straight month of increased tax revenues compared with last year.

Can NM learn from Arizona`s plan to combat dangerous dust storms?

Nancy Laflin, KOAT Action 7 News
Albuquerque, Jul 27, 2017
The state of Arizona applied and received a $54 million grant from federal officials. They`re widening the interstate and putting up a two layer dust detection system.

Scammers Continue To Troll For Victims In Doña Ana County

KRWG News and Partners
Las Cruces, Jul 27, 2017
Another round of attempted telephone scams is reaching residents in Doña Ana County this week, and some would-be thieves are going to great lengths to convince victims their scams are legitimate.

New Mexico Discusses Legislating an Autonomous Future

ANDREW OXFORD, THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN
Santa Fe, Jul 27, 2017
Nineteen states have passed laws regulating autonomous vehicles, and governors in three more states have set out policies through executive order. But New Mexico does not have any rules for such machines.
(TNS) -- Northern New Mexico may be known for its low riders. But is it ready for driverless cars? As the world’s biggest automobile manufacturers and tech companies invest in developing autonomous vehicles that can navigate without a human steering a wheel or pressing a pedal, some state officials are calling on lawmakers to put in place policies to address technologies they say could radically change transportation.

Local gay, transgender veterans upset with Pres. Trump’s tweet

Royale Da, KOAT Action 7 News
Albuquerque, Jul 27, 2017
ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Stephani Patten says transgender military members lack from support from the president makes the military weaker.

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