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Don’t get duped on the internet: LANL works to fight deepfakes

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. — It’s a growing trend popping up all over the internet, and now New Mexico researchers at one of our national labs are creating software to help detect it. You’ve probably seen them, and might not even know it. They’re called deepfakes.

Dona Ana County signs agreement to build Hatch dam

HATCH, N.M. (KRQE)- On Tuesday, the Dona Ana County Flood Commission and the United States Army Corps of Engineers will sign an agreement to construct a dam at lower Spring Canyon in order to protect the Village of Hatch.

Nine train cars derail near Fort Sumner

Nine train cars derailed near Fort Sumner early Saturday morning. According to Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, a train going eastbound between Belen and Clovis derailed at around 2:50 a.m. west of Fort Sumner.

Skiers, snowboarders hit slopes ahead of Ski Santa Fe anticipated open

A heavy dose of winter weather has crews at Ski Santa Fe hard at work, with less than a week till opening day.


A heavy dose of winter weather has crews at Ski Santa Fe hard at work, with less than a week till opening day. The ski lifts are currently close right, but the recent snowstorm has a lot of people excited.

First Hispanic female U.S. ambassador dies

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE)- Many are mourning the death of a New Mexico activist and beloved educator. Last week, Mari Luci Jaramillo passed away at the age of 91. Jaramillo was known for her work with education and advocating for Hispanic civil rights.

Group Waits For Approval To Build Wall In Texas Along Rio Grande

HOUSTON (AP) — The private group that wants to build its own southern border wall next to the Rio Grande in Texas won’t begin construction until the U.S. government certifies the project won’t worsen flooding, the group’s co-founder said Tuesday.

The unknown future of Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The future of Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch in New Mexico is unknown, but currently the 1,200 acres belonging to the state are vacant, according to a representative with the New Mexico State Land Office.

New Mexico may form hate-crimes unit after Texas massacre

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – New Mexico’s top prosecutor wants to create a special investigative unit to guard against hate crimes and bolster cybersecurity in response to the August mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and other emergent threats.

Running back Ahmari Davis reflects on a record-setting season

This season, University of New Mexico senior Ahmari Davis ran over 100 yards in three different games. His 832 total rushing yards so far in 2019 dwarf those of his first season with the team, when he ran for only 185 yards on 51 attempts. During New Mexico’s Oct. 26 game against Hawaii, he rushed for 200 yards total.

State Playoff football continued on Saturday

ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (KRQE) – The 2019 State Playoffs for high school football continued on Saturday, as quarterfinal games were played across the state of New Mexico.

Sunport lowrider exhibit gains international attention

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It’s hard to miss the lowriders as you enter the Albuquerque International Sunport. It’s not every day you see cars and motorcycles parked in the terminal. The exhibit was brought to life by Sunport art curator Max Baptiste.

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