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03:03 min | 3 years ago

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"With judith jenkins this newscast brought to you by myers rv on central east of want to bow police say a man living at a long beach california retirement home set afire then waited with a gun for firefighters to arrive of fire captain was killed the other two shooting victims are expected to survive after a tough day monday long beach fire chief mike doreen wanted to highlight how dangerous the job is firefighters across the region across our state and across our country right now are putting themselves in harm's way and service to their community captain rosa answered that call this morning and he paid the ultimate sacrifice in doing so fire cats and dave rosa was shot and killed responding to a fire at a retirement home early monday morning police believe the gunman is also the person who started the fire seventy seven year old thomas kim has been charged with murder and arson i'm andrew spencer a woman who drives the disabled around albuquerque in a van is in the dc twenty six year old jamie hughes was arrested for drunk driving after only two weeks on her new job with easter seals hughes is said to have backed into parked vehicles on primo caloric santa fe police believe hughes may have been drinking they say her eyes appeared bloodshot near speech was slurred it was residents of the neighborhood who called easter seals to come and pick up the passengers on that van the ceo of easter seals says hughes's driver's license was clean but she had a dismiss dwi charge in santa fe in two thousand twelve she also blue twice the legal limit when abu kirke police pulled her over in two thousand fifteen and she also refused breathalyzer test just this year and was booked on aggravated dwi needles inside a container of found in albuquerque's north valley a woman in husband taking your walk along the durant ditch found the needles noting that a message on the container said sharps only the middle rio grande conservancy district has about forty workers who patrol and monitor the drains and canals there to clean up the mass and keio btv reports the district water operations manager is investigating how the needles got their zero tolerance policy president trump and his administration imposed on those arrested for entering the us illegally has stretched the system involving three cabinet departments so much that it's being changed back at least temporarily stretched thin on manpower and locations for holding separated and reunited families already in custody for crossing into the us illegally customs and border patrol has announced any new detainees will not be held for criminal prosecution white house press secretary sarah sanders this will only last a short amount of time because we're going to run out of space we're going to run out of resources in order to keep people together and we're asking congress to provide those resources and do their job but it doesn't amount to a return to the policy of catch and release much derided by the president and republicans since many undocking demented migrants don't show up for court dates bob costantini the white house i'm ed hartley judith jenkins on ninety four point five.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Podcasts let's see dealer for details from your breaking news station i'm judith jenkins president trump is defending his decision to suspend us military exercises with south korea a few hours after returning from singapore the president tweeted that the us saves quote a fortune by not doing more games as long as we're negotiating in good faith which we are the announcement that the us would suspend its military exercises with south korea wasn't part of the agreement with kim jong un and was a surprise north korea has long criticized the exercises calling them a provocation the president's announcement was seen by some lawmakers as a concession to north korea with the us getting nothing in return jerry bowed lender washington burnley account has a new fire chief the county commission last night voted for two zero to confirm the appointment of greg as as the county's new chief county manager julie mortgage bacha says peres has worked his way up the ladder in fire service and has shown he's qualified to take on the role of fire chief right now he's deputy county manager for health and public safety but he has filled in as interim chief and he takes over the fire chief's job on july the twenty third well there are roughly thirty wildfires raging all across nine western states and the largest concentration of blazes is said to be in colorado where seven fires are burning out of control triple digit heat across much of the south west along with low humidity and high winds are keeping firefighters busy trying to wrap their arms.

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02:05 min | 3 years ago

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"Judith jenkins at the new mexico honda dealers news desk well still no word on the whereabouts of twentysevenyearold do win perez cordova who was mistakenly released from the metro detention center over the weekend and last seen at the mdc is released point in downtown albuquerque candice hopkins is with the mdc we want to find out what the breakdown was and we will be doing a sense of investigation it's already started talking to our staff about how this could have happened she says peres korva switched wristband id's with his cellmate twentythreeyearold edwin sanchez who was scheduled for release on sunday bidders cordova faces several charges including attempted murder and shooting at or from a vehicle state police say a two year old new mexico boy suffered skull fractures and brain injuries late last week has died now at el paso hospital in his father is now charged with child abuse resulting in death authorities say thirty three year old ricardo soto of rudo slowdowns called nine one one last friday to report his son was unresponsive the child was taken to university hospital in el paso in medical experts determined his injuries were consistent with child abuse soda fled the area and he was taken into custody early saturday morning by us customs officials as he tried to get back into the us from old mexico an update on the three biggest wildfires burning a new mexico actually two of them the buzzard fire in the healing national forest has consumed more than forty one thousand acres it is sixty nine percent contained it was started by an illegal campfire on may twenty second the youth fire you'd park fire actually in colfax county that one's holding steady at just under thirty seven thousand acres in it's ninety two percent contained it's cause still unknown right now and the soldier canyon fire on the mescalero apache reservation that one is at ninety percent containment after burning thirteen hundred acres thirty say it too was human caused coming up in just one minute what's expected to start early in new mexico this summer k koa.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"Dot com from your breaking news station i'm judith jenkins well it was and is still a one day summit certainly a stork and certainly full of uncertainty president trump is in singapore for the muchanticipated meeting with north korea's kim jong un and here's a sense of what will happen it nine o'clock tuesday morning here which is twelve hours ahead of washington the white house says president trump will have his first meeting with kim jong un they'll get to know each other in a session involving just the two of them and translators at some point tomorrow the us and north korean delegations including secretary of state pompeo we'll take part in a much bigger meeting that will lead into all of the officials having lunch beyond that we don't know but the white house says the president will make some sort of statement before departing and that's set for tuesday evening here bob costantini with the president in singapore the four sixteen fire in south western colorado is only ten percent contained and it's expected to grow beyond the more than sixteen thousand acres near durango that it is right now firefight leading efforts have been focused on homes along us five fifty that roads being used to block the fire from spreading and you can see burn marks along us five fifty the four sixteen fires expected to grow as the winds get stronger more people are also expected to be told to leave the area at that point the fbi and albuquerque has a message for young people who may be considering posting hoax school threat on social media don't do it hoax threats are not a joke we take them very seriously and anyone who is convicted of making a hoax threat against the school or other public institution could be facing up to five years in federal prison the fbi is frank fischer says one minute of anger on a keyboard can have long range consequences for a student he says the f b i has responded to dozens of school threats in new mexico following recent school shootings in other parts of the country the.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"With judith jenkins this newscast brought to you by pies italian restaurant north and south korea install a telephone hotline for their leaders as they prepare for a summit to resolve the nuclear standoff with pyongyang the line connects right to the south korean president said phone at least on the south korean side is going to be on the south korean president's desk it's going to be in his office which can also be connected through to his private residence now from the north korean side we know it will be at the state of affairs commission we don't know exactly where but it is significant that the two sides can actually now talk to each other when they want correspondent paula hancocks reporting some new mexico students say they do plan to join students all across the country and a national school walkout today now this of course falls on the nineteenth anniversary of the columbine shootings with the walkout meant to highlight gun violence let kills students more than two thousand walkouts and related events are planned for today starting at ten this morning walkouts are planned at jefferson mid school and two high schools here in albuquerque santa fe groups led by students organized a panel made up of state police reps at the roundhouse volunteer work is also part of the day for students and unm students have an event planned at ten this morning during which albuquerque's first lady will speak a man accused of nearly beating the death a symbol high highschool student in two thousand eight has made a plea deal with prosecutors thirty four year old justin hanson has agreed to plead no contest to attempted murder and aggravated burglary you faces up to eighteen years in prison britney marcel was beaten with a shovel insider home a crime that went unsolved until police lead into the scene using dna evidence is travel is set to begin at the end of the month californians may not be as left leaning estate leadership there a new poll is suggesting more support for president trump's policies than i thought polarization maximum level california governor jerry brown just two days ago defending his states stand against the.

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A look at some of the Russian officials hit by US sanctions

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

A look at some of the Russian officials hit by US sanctions

"Jenkins this newscast brought to you by pies zano italian restaurant new sanctions have been levied against russians connected to vladimir putin twenty four russian people have been sanctioned including oligarchs and government officials these are high ranking people one of them all at dera pasta he's an aluminum magnate and a billionaire he's connected to former trump campaign chairman on manafort and his partner rick gates both of whom were indicted in the muller probe looking into potential collusion of the trump campaign with russia correspondent michelle kosinski accused murderer matthew chavez went before a judge in albuquerque yesterday he was sentenced to three years for his conviction on robbery charges that stemmed from the february two thousand sixteen hold up other cricket wireless store on real bravo is going to serve the three years when his sentence for a robbery and oklahoma's over jarvis faces murder charges in the death of twenty four four year old tyler lackey who was killed at an atm in southeast albuquerque also in february two thousand sixteen his trial in that case set for this coming september gas prices in new mexico jumped twenty six cents a gallon in the past month there are a couple of reasons as daniel armbruster with aaa new mexico higher demand a switchover to summer gasoline blends those two things combined have really started driving prices up and it's not just in new mexico where we're seeing prices rise we're seeing this all across the united states the statewide average in new mexico went up a nickel in the past week to two fifty nine a gallon citizens in texas community are worried about their water and organized effort in the dallas suburbs of frisco and plano has caught the attention of a famed environmentalist erin brockovich is speaking with north texans and water quality experts about concerns that the water tastes like chlorine experts say the water is safe to drink but brockovich says conversation about improvements need to happen or not here to sue wire company everybody wants safe water let's make that our job brockovich says two years ago sixty people at north texas reached out to her the next year or a few hundred it now several hundred thousand clayton neville dallas i'm ed hartley and i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b rush limbaugh is next at ten a grab your job it.

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Of screening for cancer was as simple as a prick of the finger researchers are studying that possibility from your breaking news station i met hartley along with judith jenkins this newscast brought to you by california closets simplify your life a texas mother known as the affluential mom is in jail for violating terms of her bond tonya couch mother of affluent after wednesday teen ethan couch reportedly failed a drug test the nicknames came after ethan's defense team psychologist blamed affluence or state of immense immoral privilege for it's crime tonya couch is being held in the same jail as her son who's expected to be released next monday after two years behind bars for violating his probation for drunk driving crash that killed four people in two thousand fifteen the mother and son fled to mexico after ethan violated his probation clayton neville dallas albuquerque racks up yet another shooting death this year the eighth in a couple of weeks now apd says a woman who was about forty years old was shot at the palisades rv park on the city's westside near central and under that was around two thirty this morning she did die we don't have a name on the victim yet and without police can't notify next of kin of the woman's death there's also no suspect information as apd says there were no witnesses to the shooting left more information as police provided more beer flavors coming down the kirke this spring has new mexico's brewery seen keeps growing channel thirteen news reports ponderosa brewing company recently unveiled its toasted cinnamon stout float it served to you with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream like afloat ponderosa's also serving peach wheat ale and.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Snow i'm john trout out and from your breaking news station on judith jenkins along with it hardly at the new mexico honda dealers news desk well the firefighters union in albuquerque is getting what it asked for three percent raises for union members they asked for three percent and the albuquerque city council on monday night last night voted in favor of giving firefighters one and a half percent raise on top of the one and a half percent increase that was approved last year now the raises will be funded with unused money set aside for projects under former mayor berries administration the council also voted yes last night demand city boards commissions and committees from hosting political forums to prevent political bias on those panels before homicide in four days in albuquerque police responded to a shots fired call at carlisle and constitution at the smiths grocery store now gerke ipe officers were sent to the location during the ten o'clock hour last night there they found a person deceased in the parking lot apd has been investigating all night but has few details to release right now they'll up data's sometimes morning the albuquerque police department has technology that can be used to monitor the cell phone activity of suspects that it may be investigating but it wasn't until this past january that the city confirmed apd had those devices now peter simonsen with the value of new mexico says his group wants to make sure there is some kind of oversight as to how those surveillance devices are used the city is assured us that they will work with us in developing a policy that addresses privacy concerns and we principally want to see that that includes a requirement that a judge review a warrant application before the devices are implemented the devices act as cell phone towers so that any phones in the area can send info to the device rather than an actual cell tower albuquerque city employees will now be required to take.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Judith jenkins jared kushner will no longer be able to view top secret information while advising the president he's on a list of aid to not had final security clearance and kushner has had to revise disclosure paperwork threetimes kushner will still have a lot of access to the oval office o dealing with a controversy over several west wing eighth without permanent security clearance chief of staff john kelly has put the hammer down senator chris cones a member of the foreign relations committee says it'll warming the jared kushner has been downgraded because of concerns about his failure to be fully forthcoming about his entanglements in his business side and previous contacts suggest that he really is not in a position to continue to carry forward the significant role in this white house the washington post is reporting four countries had considered how they might use kushner's lack of experience and family financial troubles to their advantage a lawyer for the president's soninlaw downplays the move is not hampering kushner's ability to do his job advising mr trump bob costantini washington experts from the united nations find that north korea has been sending supplies to syria that could be used to make chemical weapons the items include hassett resistant tiles valves and thermometer's syria has been asked about this and strikingly a eat argues denies this of course and argues that the north koreans have not been sending ballistic missile specialist instead they've been sending sports specialists which is remarkable the commitment that syria and north korea would have to serious sports programs in the middle of a raging civil war that's correspondent ivan watson reporting the albuquerque police department has released the identities of the bodies found last week in santa fe county it was 70yearold eugene carroll ray and twenty eight year old zachariah fry officer simon droebak says the two a twominute been missing since january eighteenth of this year if anybody you check cry prior eugene carroll ray on.

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02:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Remya breaking news station i met hardly along with judith jenkins we're less than two months into 2018 and at least eight school shootings in the us have been reported wednesday's rampage in florida claimed seventeen lives in the topic of gun control at returned but will it lead to anything florida governor rick scott says everything's on the table regarding guncontrol laws i am furious has got to stop we cannot have violence in our schools but rich lowry with the national review says tighter gun laws may not prevent incidents like this what you call congress has done legislation are minor matters that do not in most cases interact with these shootings i'm john lawrence reporting some frightening moments at the university of new mexico yesterday on man is now in custody arrested after allegedly pointing a gun at people on campus one incident happened it lomus in yale in another at the duct pont albuquerque police eventually did arrest the man offcampus that was near leaden yale apd's simon throwback tells news radio kkob the man identified as fortyfiveyearold vine the loria had a bb gun and was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon lobo football coach bob day be has been put on 30day suspension for misconduct and is this tension starch tomorrow that was the word from union president chucky abdullah yesterday in an announcement saying davies suspension will not include pay the suspension ends on march eighteen you an ms let it director eddie nunez will determine coaching assignments for those thirty days friday not a great day for team usa michaela shift friend didn't win the metal in her second alpine race and best hope for a medal in men's figure skating had a terrible day on the ice adam ripon had a great day in gang nong spectators rose to their feet after the teen usa figure skater finished his short program and fell to the ice he wound up in seventh place say so thoroughly enjoy what i'm doing and i want a young kids to watch them be like hey i want to get on the ice to his teammate nathan chin did not have a good day he had problems on every one of his jumps and instead of winding up in contention for a gold he was in seventeen th place nothing really went the way that i wanted to to the men's free skate medal round takes place on saturday steve cast endowment chang i met heartland i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob did you ms apart above show the podcast right now at news radio kkob dot com and and and.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"On everything we just have to agree on some things and we can and find a way forward to get republican senator pat toomey sees the glass as half full that's really going to be an extraordinary moment i hope we are are able to reach a um uh an agreement on this because i i think this needs to get done of john lawrence report stocks are opening higher maintaining the momentum of its current rally the dow was up more than two hundred points at the opening bell i'm john trout we are breaking news station i'm judith jenkins a with that hartley at the new mexico honda dealers news desk bipartisan legislation that deals with crime in new mexico is on its way to the governor's desk now this after surviving the session's final hours house bill nineteen approved by the senate on a thirty to to to vote yesterday and then it was signed off on by the house later wednesday it stiffens the penalties for violent offenders specifically felons who have a firearm on them when they're caught the bill also offers retention bonuses the veteran police officers and lessens the penalties for minor crimes which would allow prosecutors to put more time on serious crime the bill also provides medical help for prison inmates with mental illness or addictions after they are released the 2018 law slated session didn't seem to feature the political differences that have been a prominent part of past sessions republican state senator sender roux says a 30day session seems to keep lawmakers focused on what needs to be done he tells us the fact there was more money may have played a part in keeping a higher level of civility we did have more money this year but we knew we had to go back and do a lot of fact filling replaced some of the money that we have swept out of various accounts estate agencies money that they needed we were able to go back and replace some of that he says some of the more contentious issues are on the back burner awaiting the.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Quarter out budgets uncertain i'm john trout white house staff secretary rob porter will step down after claims of abuse by porter correspondent debbie philip says porter statement porter denies the if these allegations from both of his exwives but he resigned on wednesday saying in a statement these outrageous allegations are simply falls i will not further engage publicly with a coordinated smear campaign the senate is expected to pass the budget bill and send it to the house for final approval before the midnight deadline despite acclaim from speaker paul ryan that the legislation will pass many congressional members are not on board it the information we're getting is accurate in it's always difficult with these foggy crystal ball but if the information were getting is accurate this piece of legislation will push over the trillion dollar deficit marte for this fiscal year congressman mo brooks on wbz are our radio the deal would boost defence spending but does not resolve the plight of immigrant dreamers yesterday house minority leader nancy pelosi staged an eight hour speech in hopes of pressuring republicans to allow of votes on protecting dreamers meanwhile president trump likes the bill in its present form but president has reversed course before i he was taunting democrats saying he welcomed a government shutdown overnight waiting saying that yes this would the important and good for the military so he is signing off on this who's on malval the president addressed numerous topics this morning at the annual national prayer breakfast today the coalition to defeat isis has liberated almost one one hundred percent of the territory just recently held by these killers in iraq and oil throughout syria the labor department reports the number of americans filing for unemployment fell last week to a seasonallyadjusted two hundred twenty one thousand us jobless claims remained near of forty from your breaking news station on judith jenkins along with it hardly at the new mexico honda dealers news desk no decision yet on whether tracy.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Breaking news station i'm judith jenkins iran's supreme leader is blaming enemies of iran for the protests and clashes with security forces that have resulted in at least twenty one deaths there it is a troubling development today more disturbingly is change in rhetoric in which hardliners had gone to blame outside influences trying to cost these protests on the street which save themselves they are about the economy about political repression about unemployment trying to cost them as the work of foreign outside destabilizing agents westwood one correspondent nick robertson reporting possibly another murder here in albuquerque yesterday police were sent to the real guerande jess west of tinguely beach about a body found in the river by family walking the bousquet police haven't said yet if the victim was male or female and say they also don't know at this point if that person died because of an accident a suicide or murder now this is not the only murder being investigated it right now by a pd there are also still looking into who killed audrey willis a 39yearold near native american woman found dead and decapitated in the four hills area that was recently new year's day busy one for the nation's newest legal marijuana state hundreds of applications to so recreational pottering processed by the newlyformed at bureau of cannibus control in california on january 1st there were just 95 licensed shops opened and they were busier have over 100 hundred employees here lavinia is not the first state to legalized recreational use of marijuana but it is the largest market as it is the most populous state it is legal to carry up to an ounce of cannibus and grow up to six plants at home westwood one correspondent jim rupe albuquerque's jewish community center held its fourth annual polar bear plunge yesterday and in mexico tradition that's also held of course all over the world it's actually a fundraiser for the bile parks polar bears the jcc camp scholarships and new mexico special olympics even miss new mexico decided to start this year with the plunge melissa sue ellis says animal advocacy is her platform polar bear plunges were held not only at the jewish community center here in albuquerque but also at three state parks in the blue whole and santa rosa the water temperature about fifty six degrees i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Station i'm judith jenkins this newscast brought to you by meyer's rv on central east of want to bow another swat situation in albuquerque overnight this one happened in the 2600 block of garcia northeast officers onscene there were able to get a female victim and one child out of the house safely but the man who was in there refused to leave he stayed inside with a second child apd's swat was than activated ended did manage to get the man out of the house about three this morning police say the man was arrested and they also say that second child is okay authorities say the gunman in last thursday school shooting at as tech high school has been identified as you know is 21yearold william atcheson he's a former student at aztec high son one county sheriff khin christiansen says at jefferson took his own life after killing two students casey marquez and francisco fernandez this was a planned plan oh the of the gun he was a a glock pistol that he purchased locally in legally he lived in aspect with his parents christiansen says it doesn't appear that the students who were killed were targeted but were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and he says a number of other shots were fired but no one else was injured or hit wonder isn't even here yet we already have an exposure death in new mexico it happened in gallup last week were temperatures dropped down to ten degrees overnight thursday into friday police do not suspect foul play in the death of sixty five year old ambrose lincoln he was from window rock arizona meanwhile gallup does have a detox center that that.

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02:21 min | 4 years ago

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"On judith jenkins at the new mexico honda dealers news desk the albuquerque city council passes an ordinance restricting met panhandling along busy streets but that may not be the end of it peter simonsen with the aclu of new mexico says there are problems with the measure in his group may go to court to stay but that's it we're trying to make right now and if we come out analysis feeling like builds unconstitutional then we will have to go ahead with action not only would panhandling be outlawed along busy medians and sidewalks under this ordinance drivers could be ticketed for interacting with pedestrians the bill sponsor treaty jones says it is a matter of public safety the man police say was the gunman who killed twenty six people in a texas church was at one time a resident of the peak mental health facility in santa tereza new mexico kale be tv reports devon kelly walked away from that facility in two thousand twelve he was located and taken back into custody by el paso police a short time later no reasons given as to why kellie was in the facility kelly also served in the air force at holloman air force face he was discharged following a domestic violence conviction the burly accountes sheriff's office will update us today on a deputy involves shooting sunday in the north valley with a news conference that set for ten a one man report lee armed with a knife was shot by a deputy following a disturbance steer edith in vineyard it's unclear how seriously that person was wounded downsizing at intel in rio rancho could be about to end the albuquerque journal reports that the company now has a new technology niche and it it is key to the global chip expansion across the world aging chip technology brought on downsizing at intel the company is now spearheading production of new silcon photonics the journal says the semiconductor industry has been scrambling to develop the new technology to manage high speed data transfers an and it's welcome news to in rio rancho where many employees were pink slipped the number of workers it intel has plunged from about thirty three hundred two 1200 last december well you may have to share the road this morning with some unlikely company namely snowploughs with winter approaching pacific albuquerque street maintenance crews we'll be out practicing on routes that.

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02:03 min | 4 years ago

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"And from your breaking news station on judith jenkins along with it hartley at the new mexico honda dealers news desk the generic drug business is big in the us now new mexico and 45 other states are hoping to go after eighteen drug companies accusing them of fixing prices on fifteen generic drug looks attorney general hector balderas says the companies are quote reaping record profits by manipulating the prices unquote of the drugs they manufacture and sell the investigation into the alleged pricefixing started back in two thousand fourteen the court is now being asked to expand the lawsuit to include those eighteen drug companies knows treat your closed at university in central near you and am this morning but there's been police activity there involving a suspected car thief apparently an accidental shooting a pd officers were trying to carry out a high risk traffic stop to pull over a stolen vehicle one of the officers weapons accidentally discharged but no one was hurt no word on suspect yet the city of albuquerque is questioning whether justice department monitor james ginger is as neutral as he needs to be in his reform efforts here the cities now asking a federal court to rule on whether ginger is neutral since working to reform a pd city officials accuse him of saying the police department would be quote collateral damage in his feud with city terni jessica air nonda's he accuses her of playing games with reform efforts and another person on ginger team reportedly said or made comments that prompted the city to use video evidence and questioning term up the teams neutrality ginger goes headtohead with air nonda's on one video after she asked for advance insight into what he may say at a council meeting on march 18th back on march 18th lapel camp video from that meeting shows them arguing over display or nonda's presented to the council that had gender saying he'd no longer give her advance information an x state prison in may to claim corrections officials tortured prisoners and conducted medical experiments on them at the old st penn is arrested in a.

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"judith jenkins" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"judith jenkins" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"News from your breaking news station i'm judith jenkins along with that hartley at the new mexico honda dealers desk an albuquerque arsonists who destroyed millions of dollars in property last year is going to federal prison twenty eight year old david hickman admitted setting nine fires over an 11 day period he was arrested november twenty the eighth for a fire at an old navy store he also admitted to setting a fire at the barnes and noble bookstore koronadal mall now the most destructive fire resulted in more than eight million dollars in damage that was to a condo complex that was being built at central and carlisle and nob hill hickman could get up to twenty years in prison and albuquerque man gets fifteen years in prison for a drugrelated murder that happened in june of last year 25 road decoded cook pled guilty to seconddegree murder and armed robbery in the death of forty nine year old larry sanchez in northeast albuquerque but codefendant forty two year old antoinette martinez pled guilty to lesser charges after her agreeing to testify against cook she got five years of probation in the age of scams new mexico is hit with yet another one the state attorney general's office tells us they are now going after your personal and financial information on facebook spokesman james halunen says they actually contact you and request the money for one reason or another and he says the scams are all different a one of the camp to fill the romantic scam the dating game were you meet company online we'll you'd think is a real person and had come went out known as the catfish as the millennials with barrick and again enough case we've had a woman lose up to four hundred thousand dollars because she trusted individual alunan says the scam is surfacing all across new mexico but so far has hit albuquerque the hardest because it's the state's biggest city back in february a man was found dead on a county road near chacko canyon now the fbi is offering a reward of up to a thousand dollars for information in the case an arch actually showed allen jim died of blunt force trauma to his head and upper body anyone with information is asked to tech the fbi's albuquerque field office navajo nation police are assisting with the investigation the.

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"judith jenkins" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"judith jenkins" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Mothers judgment could be clouded by ties to fired fbi director james colmes it's very very good friends with me which is very bothersome the government has banned beef imports from brazil cbs news correspondent peter king agriculture secretary sonny perdue says us inspectors of jer back more than ten percent of the beach image coming from brazil because they flunked safety tests for most countries the projects and rate is about one percent brazil has taken some action but the us says it still not enough what's left of a dying tropical storms still has the potential to cause serious trouble cbs's jim consumer has the late heavy rain from what was tropical storm cindy has prompted flood warnings have watches across parts of fifteen states from the upper gulf coast north the niece to pennsylvania the heavy rain threatened potential flooding along with the possibility of tornadoes will continue well into the weekend los angeles policemen's under arrest for allegedly having sex with a 15yearold could debt who was suspected of joy riding in a stolen car chief charlie beck made sure he slept the handcuffs on the officer in order to make a point that's how for now is to me to make sure that if you trust your kids to los angeles police department that i can look you in the eye and tell you that they're safe ferguson missouri is settled a lawsuit in the fatal police shooting of michael brown agreeing to pay his family one point five million dollars the dow industrials are down thirty two points you're listening to the winner of the edward r murrow ward for over value breaking is station i'm judith jenkins along with that hardly anthony in mexico honda dealers news brother he is supposed to lead up some today and over the weekend but the medical community here in new mexico is still on alert watching for anyone who may get sick from the high temperatures hitting the state dr andrew harrell is with university the hospital republican all collar eight a day or q we're taking appropriate steps are not being at cautious but when we have a week or more really high temperatures you end up with lots of people having the possibility it fairly significant injuries he says the first sign of any adverse effect from the heat on your health is likely going to be cramping his advice stopped what you know and get out of this sun drink something to help replenish your salt levels.

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