ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A technology company that wants to bring broadband to more remote areas and monitor emissions from the oil and gas industry has launched one of its airships from the New Mexico desert. Tuesday’s liftoff by Sceye Inc. is the latest test of the company’s high-altitude platform station. The unmanned helium-filled station reached the stratosphere Tuesday and will maintain its position for 24 hours.
First responders search for two missing hikers during snow storm
25 Views LA LUZ, N.M. — Bernalillo County Fire Rescue and Sheriff’s Office are searching for two missing hikers in the upper La Luz trail. Details