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Colorado Peak: Blaze is 95 percent contained

Fires continue across the state

By The Staff

Crews continued mopup duty Friday and today and the Santa Fe National Forest announced the Colorado Peak Fire will be transferred from a Type 3 Incident Commander to a Type 4 Commander.


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Race Fans Lament Absence of I'll Have Another

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Ruidoso fire balloons to 10,000 acres, damage reported

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A lightning-sparked blaze that jumped its containment lines raced through thick conifer forest in southern New Mexico on Saturday, and fire managers estimated that more than a dozen structures were damaged or destroyed.

Spanning only a few acres on Wednesday, the Little Bear fire began to grow Friday as spot fires formed outside established fire lines due to windy conditions. By Saturday morning, about 10,000 acres had been charred northwest of the mountain community of Ruidoso.

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Today in History for June 9th

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Flashlight Bombs Puzzle Phoenix Authorities

Three flashlight bombs have exploded in the Phoenix area within the last month, causing minor injuries and raising fears. Police have no suspects and and have put up billboards to warn residents about discarded flashlights.

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Police Arrest Man for Driving a Wheelchair Drunk

Police in Utica, Mich. roll up on a man operating a stolen motorized wheelchair while drunk. But 55-year-old Raymond Kulma has a history with police; this is his seventh drunk driving arrest.

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Energy: Compressed natural gas takes the spotlight

T-Board debates alternative fuels

By Arin McKenna

A discussion on alternative fuels focused on compressed natural gas (CNG) at yesterday’s transportation board meeting.
Chair Eugene Dougherty led the discussion with a study published by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory titled “Business Case for Compressed Natural Gas in Municipal Fleets.”


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Crime: Local man faces felony sex charges

Child rape case heads to court

By Whitney Jones

The case of alleged child rapist Stephen Geisik is advancing to District Court.


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Forest Service: Forecast for high winds created greater urgency

Crews mop-up Colorado Peak--updated with more info and photos

By John Severance

When fighting wildfires, there is always a sense of urgency.


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By Elaine M. Grossman/Global Securities Newswire

McMillan: CMRR vital

Second of a series


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Obamacare rate hikes to hit UNM students

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — University of New Mexico students will likely see a rise in the cost of school-sponsored health insurance.

The Albuquerque Journal reports a regents finance committee approved a 22 percent increase in insurance costs Thursday.

The proposal would raise premiums from $300 to nearly $1,700 annually starting next year.

About 2,000 students, including student employees such as graduate assistants, are covered by the school insurance program.

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Severe Storms Strike Mountain States

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Today in History for June 8th

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DA to take prostitution ring case to grand jury

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Prosecutors said Thursday that they were preparing to go before a grand jury in the case of a former University of New Mexico president accused of helping run an online prostitution ring.

Kayla Anderson, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Kari Brandenburg, said they anticipated going before jurors "very soon" but declined to elaborate.

Charges were initially dismissed after police arrested F. Chris Garcia, 71, and professor David Flory, who teaches physics at a private New Jersey school, in June 2011.

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40 Years After the 'Napalm Girl' Photo

AP 'napalm girl' photo from Vietnam War turns 40. In the picture, the girl will always be 9 years old and wailing "Too hot! Too hot!" as she runs down the road away from her burning Vietnamese village.

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