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Monarchs on the Move

US Department of Agriculure
Washington, DC, Sep 24, 2018
To me, the first sign of fall isn`t the shorter days or the changing leaves. It`s the monarchs. The iconic black-and-orange monarch butterfly is known for its annual journey to Mexico, where it spends winter.

New Mexico ranchers worry about possible land restrictions

KRQE Media
Albuquerque, Sep 24, 2018
CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) Some New Mexico ranchers are worried they could lose their way of life as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management revises its resource management plan.

Feds seek maximum sentence for New Mexico firearms dealer

KRQE Media
Albuquerque, Sep 24, 2018
ESPANOLA, N.M. (KRQE) - Federal prosecutors are pushing for the maximum sentence against a New Mexico gun shop owner, saying he deliberately sold guns to people he knew weren`t allowed to have them.

Companies In NM Looking To The Sky For IT Opportunities

KRWG News and Partner
Las Cruces, Sep 24, 2018
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) Two New Mexico companies are hoping to use solar-powered, fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicles to create a service that gathers data from the sky.

Albuquerque Sunport ranks No. 8 in mid-sized airports

Marissa Armas, KOAT 7
Albuquerque, Sep 24, 2018
The Albuquerque International Sunport has moved up in rankings for medium-sized airports in the United States.
Out of 21-medium-sized airports, the Sunport is now ranked No. 8. In 2017, the J.D Power study ranked the Sunport 12th in the country. City officials said the jump was not easy.

New Mexico fugitive priest arrested, pleads not guilty to child abuse charges

Joy Wang and Ryan Laughlin, KOB 4
Albuquerque, Sep 24, 2018
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A priest who allegedly has more than 35 sexual abuse victims has been arrested and indicted on federal charges.

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