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"las cruces" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"las cruces" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Here's what i know about gay games like that true story now. Totally honest and it's a very simple. You know when you say well. What's the tone of the of the game. It's real simple when you look at this game when you up in new mexico better to tell me what for all you do a you do what you look at this on the schedule and when it's game week and when they tee it up on a saturday there's only one thing to do he's got thrown out all the running to see how many times you test played new mexico state. Throw out all the records. It's it's a long drive though is like forty. Where's new mexico. State on the west side of el paso. Is it really. I had no idea. Yeah las cruces seattle. Wow not even far apart. No actually this could be like the high school drive yourself. You're right you really got throughout the record book. I mean you throw it all out here because this is you talk about a bitter rivalry. Here we go. That's all. I'm saying that these guys in a matter of fact people in las cruces will pry go party down in el paso. The students and students in el paso may go to fraternity sorority party in Las cruces you got to get west. You tips got a significant lead nece all-time battle coming games. They've played eighty games since one thousand nine hundred sixty five thirty five sixty five and fifteen not that much forty five thirty five closer forty nine thirty in one okay. So let's have tall timely. There you go so we really have to throw it all the records. Yeah you don't have to take a long bus ride though you can actually go in in the morning games. I really had no idea that that close. It's probably wanna saints less less than it's what fifty miles sixty miles. Maybe at most yeah. I know i've made that drive forty times. This has to they play every year. I did not know that. And i did not in new mexico state and independent. I wouldn't have any idea if they weren't a i. Have you said what conference man. I would have said. I don't know there you go. He learns something new every day. Yeah i wouldn't have any idea. This is a freeway series. Did all right are you throw it all the records and i mean this is one this keeps you up at night does out. Does this one's at ut. So we got our specs picks. Don't give away your pick. I'm not giving it away. May include this game specs. Pick of the week back at it. Is we do all year long. Give you a drink and we'll give you a game. Yeah they will both pick. I told you not to pick the big game of the week. I guess what i'm doing. You're picking could a game of the week to forty miles. You're exactly right. Thirty seven eight between new mexico state to get down to the symbol. The and why you have all that time to think about it on a team bus throughout all the records. Yeah that's gonna be wild throwing up. It's not even. It's not televised anywhere. Tyler would you have no of course not not even on the espn espn twenty twenty-eight on their it's only game this weekend. Plus plus plus plus show. You could find it on a public access youtube channel. Maybe yeah maybe over there in el paso. But you'd have to throw out all the records out. Tyler would you have had any idea matter of fact we should do a g. We've done geography with you to know naming states right at some point. We should geography of schools. That are power five schools the city or town they're located that'd be fun I'm down okay. Would you have known. Truthfully that's unless mexico state was in las cruces now out of known. It's in new mexico new mexico mexico's in albuquerque. Step weight way to go do mexico states in new mexico. I honestly probably would have guessed santa fe. Okay that's not even close. I was gonna say santa fe as a resort north. People go there and they do like that great town though. Awesome place to go. Spend a a steak little four day long weekend. Love love Santa fe. But so and i would have known it because i've been through there like so many times. I've stopped there. I've stayed in that town. I mean las cruces but that'd be interesting. Would it like if i told you where slippery rock is. Would you know now that one. I don't know you've told me before. But what about bowling green. What's the status in kentucky ohio. It's how kentucky point from. Jacqueline see so everybody does mascots but think about some of the when i say nondescript teams. We don't talk about mogia small schools and their town. That aren't power five. I've gotta imagine at some power five schools. People can't name okay where where is wake forest. Lots of north carolina. It remember the old town that i don't. I thought it was in virginia. Now it's north carolina itself thinking their carolina kid well. Tim duncan to care. North carolina state north carolina carolina duke. There it's not now those three are where they're all in row there. Raleigh durham is Is they're all close right. Right there. like within fifteen miles via the raleigh. Durham and We're duke is now. We're duke but we're Chapel hill. I mean you get that and i wake forest for. Put that exact town in there. That's power five school there. You go when you got there. Winston salem north carolina and i have you ever been on a campus. No stay north carolina. Actually no. I have been in the airport charlotte. Once it's a it's a the raleigh durham area. Look at those. Schools are great basketball area right to north carolina. Right while i i've been to. I've been to north carolina. State saw the scene those facilities and know that have been to wake forest. I've never been on duke's campus but wake forest down the tell you will wake forest. Smaller enrollments is to smaller enrollment but a phenomenal beautiful campus. That the winston salem area. It's awesome in the fisa. Just everything about you. Find some hidden gyms at some of these schools. Five thousand four hundred undergrads total students of eight hundred hundred. It's it's kind of like rice comes to private. Yeah private school and it's like it's a it's you know double a high school and for some of these four thousand student high schools. It's it's not. it's a little bit bigger than a huge high school right in like in some state and four thousand students high school that they do have but that's beautiful and then So wake forest. But you're trying to find those and i've been to done a game. When mac was the head coach at north carolina did a game in a brown in chapel hill. That was a beautiful. So i've been fortunate to go to some of those beautiful schools but i think it'd be pretty cool to find out like if you said where's miami of ohio in miami of ohio and i i don't know gave a speech that school them into the school like the broadcast journalism departments about two big auditorium and then went out and had a cold one with director the dean and all that we had have blasts and a lot of laughs and stuff. But that's a that's a fun college town they'll do you know what city it's in miami. I really don't know it's not in columbus. Well you can't be if it's miami of ohio. It's hard to put it in miami. I mean there.

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Virgin Galactic Will Launch Billionaire Richard Branson Into Space

Kim Komando

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Virgin Galactic Will Launch Billionaire Richard Branson Into Space

"Is expected to be in space tomorrow aboard his Virgin Galactic space plane from Las Cruces, New Mexico. Fox is Jeff Paul Branson will be joined by three employees and two other pilots will be aboard the V S s unity sort of passenger rocket plane. The twin fuselage carrier jet will carry unity. 50,000 ft, then be released and blast off through the Earth's atmosphere. It should last about 90 minutes from start to finish. Branson will beat Amazon CEO Jeff Bezoza, who plans to launch into space later this month. Until €2

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"las cruces" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And you know when you have 84,000 kids like Albuquerque does, or 25,000 like Las Cruces, or 13,000 Students like Santa Fe and and even 50% of that, like, like, Think about that and think about when you were in school kids. They're all over each other, and so to think of how you're going to, you know, do those processes with less Funding than what you had the year before. It's just It's almost impossible. So really, we're hoping the federal government will pass another stimulus bill and That we could make this happen. We all want it to happen. We all want kids to correct school, but we want everybody to be safe. All right. Any last message you want to leave people with here in Santa Fe? No, I just thank you for reaching out and it's great to talk with you today. Appreciate it. Well, we'll talk soon, right. There's gonna be a lot to talk about. There is yes. Thank you very much. All right. We'll take a break and we will come back between now and four o'clock. It is wide open. You wanna call in and put in your two cents? I mean, these are your kids. This is your community. You may want to talk about what you're seeing what you would like to see from PG and Santa Fe Bova schools. Is this agood decision or at least an agreement? They came too. With today with any a Santa Fe to not start school until the 20th and for nine weeks, 100% remote.

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"las cruces" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There's lots of different thoughts and ideas and the experts always the guy from out of town but the reality is is ash trees are native species here in Arizona their the Shamil ashes not it comes from Mexico that but need to ask was actually developed by a friend of mine Lewis Richardson who had nursery in Las Cruces New Mexico he found that on the river in southern Arizona and it was a smaller cultivars en Arizona ash that's where it's come from that one's been in production for about fifty years it's not one of my favorites personally but it's still in Arizona ash I don't know why someone would say Arizona ashes don't grow here they do I mean they happen to be named after the state where they're native to is a little higher elevation they come for about three to about six thousand foot elevation and if you want to see the most beautiful ones take a drive down south to sign to Texas canyon and I'll tell you what they're gorgeous so there's no reason why ash trees don't grow here we've been growing up here my whole life they've been here for several generations before me in millennia before that in the wild and so there's no reason you can't run astri here perfect yeah I know it's it's a beautiful tree and I look forward for it to keep growing and filled with beautiful fall colors are supposed to have yeah well that one I'm excited about those like really disappointed when I saw that and was like wait a minute pretty pretty reliable at that I follow and I I'd like I got to get more clarification on this well you know sometimes it's like when he when you cook and you do all these different things you can only you know believe what you really see or touch and feel and I I would have no we've been selling ash trees here for years as lots of beautiful ash trees in the valley there's millions around.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"las cruces" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"las cruces" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All over Los Angeles they all look like a big can travel did different I began Janabi control we normally talk about school gym in Texas I Jimmy on ground zero hello you're on the air go ahead yes I can go ahead okay okay and how do we have they only had was baseball fifty miles I believe a white van this whole range of about forty miles it gets a little triangle area basically but also for book only the formulas that for you for years without only the one five years ago by Rick there's plans find that there's tools to stream of chemicals coming on on Friday and nine twenty four twenty four hours a day right your honor well there anything true right there yeah five minutes later what happened between two and four point why until five inmates back right to fight back and forth back and forth between Las Cruces New Mexico probably are you well but your grass the border hello okay so after dropping are they are they spraying away to college and the lead dilated first Miskito see think maybe I always made aware only I I told my friend look later on a few months later at the I don't believe you but thank you the truth right did you know quarterly report it you can go up to hello.

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"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

"Of course Lee still occasionally received tips but attacked at this has been solved. It's really unbelievable. It's crazy and I believe police Early oppression at the fire was started attention especially to try to destroy evidence Luckily the large part of the fire was contained but they did succeed in getting rid of a lot of evidence. It's very frustrating. And the fact that nobody ever saw these men again railing Lee Sodom again Supports that that theory that These back slot to Mexico or again was somehow related to gang or cartel related or related. Will I think it does really look very similar to cartel motives if you think about all the violence that happens in Wada's end. There's really no regard for age or gender or really anything anybody just a stone's throw away. Serbia let's listen in our away. It could it could have easily been something like that in the bloodshed and the horror of it does resemble what you would see in cartel killing where they just. Don't if you're there you're going to die. There's no regard for anything really so unfortunately you know this isn't one that we can put on and say this is he did it in the Who was responsible counseling? They were caught in their sentenced to jail. Time in fact it is still an open investigation even though it is a cold case they do have a detective actively working this case. And if you do have any tips or if you've seen anything or know anything you're asked to call crime stoppers at one eight hundred to two tips obs- or you can text crimes. Cri M. E. S. Two two seven four six three seven use a keyword. Lc Tips and and You are completely vowed to renege remain anonymous if you choose to so not sure that we done any justice to this case today. I'm sure there's there's a lot of details that I left out. Is there anything else that you want to add hayward say totally get online and look at those sketches if you have any sort of relationship to New Mexico or less says that online look at the sketches search and hopefully maybe one day all those families get closure. Yeah another interesting thing is Melissa. said that they were two African American men on the nine one one call. She was very clear about that. And then later They said in another statement she said they well. It could have been Hispanic may be really dark skin Hispanic men as well L. But if you look at the sketches in the morning the true consequences website as well as our social media channels. They do African American But I do see see how they could potentially be maybe Mexican nationals. Who are? Maybe you're just like darker skin people. Yeah it's it's tough. Especially because she was obviously she had just been shot in the head and that I think that's one of the frustrating parts of being a detective I can only imagine is trying to piecemeal together. Everybody's version of events and it's impacted by the trauma the injuries and just pure shocker. What they just experienced in to try to get any sort of statement out to the media to people out there to help solve it? It's Israeli challenging frustrating. It's definitely a very frustrating. Caisson definitely feel for the family members that lost Komo multiple people that day and continue to agree. Because there's really no resolution there's no justice in this case and target believe the it's gone thirty years without any significant movement and that's what still it's I think it's a such a painful thing to you to learn about it. Read about to imagine that there was a human who is comfortable with sitting a two year world in six year old and a thirteen year old fourteen year. Old Down and shooting them in the head go. No regard for life lead slaver. That is yoursel. Oh heartbreaking I can't imagine yeah I think in the documentary. T's see the mom of two little girls in she's talking talking about how that killer must have looked her two year old daughter is as he shot her because of where the bullet entered her her her skull that there was no way he would not have seen her face which I can't even comprehend that action like a can't. I don't know what kind of person do that N. B. O. K.. With themselves awesome. So it's definitely one of those cases that is not only he over are the LAS cruces police force but taking over our state just because it was so senseless so violent so heinous and babies little kids so if anything he can come on this I don't know but I I would just helpline today at. There's some sort of closure yet as you can imagine. I mean this has been all over national and local news on unsolved mysteries. That's been on America's most wanted you know there's just a ton of information out there but as much as we know about what happened is equally as much as we don't know about what happened which is super frustrating thing and very sad so again if you know anything at all call crime stoppers at eight hundred two two two tips or text crimes. Two two seven four six three seven with the keyword. Lc Tips don't know what else is eight year. When I sat down to research those took me like a while to get through such heavy stuff you know and and then I like sit down and do this and I'm just like okay? Our done twenty minutes later weird But anyway I do WANNA say Merry Christmas to you radio it is Christmas today at record. Recording assessments. Yeah so you guys will probably here at some time in January my expectation but Glad you're back hanging out with me today and you know again like I said. A lot of people were very very positive feedback about the prison riot and I thought you did a great job researching it and hopefully we'll tell you sure we will definitely nice to have somebody here talking about this not just talking to myself all right. Well I guess that's going to be it for today. Thanks for listening and stay safe New Mexico. Thanks again for listening to consequences. Follow us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod and and on twitter at true cons pod true consequences is hosted written and produced by me your host. Eric Carter Line Dean Dean. Thanks for listening and stay safe New Mexico..

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"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

"Brutalize or these two men. What I read? Is that a lot of the lessons us with twenty two Calamar Mer which I don't know too much about gun but close range. Obviously it was enough to cause serious damage and that including the majority up there eight tonnes or children right. He said to fourteen or thirteen right. Yeah so twenty. Two Caliber Handgun is pretty small. Actually so you would have to be close range. And I think that's probably why they fired so many rounds into everybody but Melissa's out a quick thinking and her action in braver. Lead to you Saving the lives of her mom Stephanie. Idaho Cook as well as her own. Unfortunately St Tehran is six year old daughter Hala in there in his two year old daughter Valerie as well as thirteen year. Old Amy Houser were all killed on the photos. online Documentary like Eric set. Has Those crime scene photos so definitely not of hearted. It's very Dan. Rea Troubling to see those images little girls on the ground yet in the documentary itself can be a little tough because they reenacted and you hear a baby decrying and then they have it like with the background of of gunshots being fired in just a little bit little bit too much in my opinion but it definitely gets the point across Ostad children three children that were murdered brutally again like I said this is one of the most gruesome in horrible crimes that has ever happened in Las cruces In nineteen ninety nine Stephenson. AC actually died from complications due to her injuries which was in you know nine years later but she is still having some physical problems of being shot multiple times her daughter Melissa On in the documentary talks about how this trauma has changed her mom or had changed her mom and her mom went from being like an outgoing bubbly personality. Analogy to this really reclusive. Fearful person who didn't want to leave the house who really was afraid of of everything it really. It shook her mom shook that whole family to its core and while Melissa lost her mom and her best friend that awful day St translate lost her for in tire family in one day. Yeah there are some local news Interviews online with Steve krantz widow and obviously obviously still haunts her Thirty years but having answers losing her baby's losing her husband and she describes him as just a wonderful father author who protect her and and she believes that he would have gone down without a fight. Yeah in even his brother talks about you know he was. He was one of those those people that was just very strong willed. He didn't tolerate a lot. He expected a lot of everybody around him. He wanted everybody to either best just the way that he was taken was so jarring for that family because he was such a strong person in let alone the daughters. I mean I just can't imagine in an instant you know losing your entire family. It's got to be. I don't even know what to say. You've got to be completely devastating so still to this day Eric mention debts unsolved police. Note that usually around the anniversary they will get an influx of tips. Coming in and So let's talk a little bit about why why has been so difficult to crack the case. It's so heinous. We we have witnesses their sketches of the alleged perpetrators. So what happened there. That has made it so complicated for police to crack. This is line. I think that The police did everything they could at the time to figure out what happened In fact right after they transported it everybody in the hospital. They set up numerous roadblocks in and out of the city to try to see what was going on there. People trying to escape trying to flee That turned nothing up. There were helicopters and ground searches by police by border patrol by customs and even the army got involved on the two sketches. His were created of the suspects based on the eyewitness accounts of Melissa as well as Steve Snack nobody knew who they were. Nobody had any information about these. Two men there's a lot of rumors going around even to this day about Some of this like there was a woman who claimed that she was harboring these two individuals in her home and she was a non drug addict act and so she told police that they were in her house and she knew where they went in all of this and then eventually her story changed and she said No. I really just wanted to say that. So that I could get some street cred and maybe drugs out of it. which doesn't really make any sense to me? I don't know how you would expect to get drugs from lying about having to two murders in your house. So that was the strange one and then there was also a lot of Rumors about the owner of the bowling. Allie Ronaldson AC. A Lotta people think even to this day that he was involved in some shady business dealings Some people thrown away thrown around the word Mafia. I don't know there's there's really no proof of anything like that. Some people also have theory that maybe was really some sort of revenge from cartel he owes money people and again we have nothing to base this Off of other than what other people have theorized and their a basis for that theory is just how unusual. It is not only for the victims to have been shot execution style But for victims have been children In like Eric mentioned in the beginning there was money taken but it wasn't a large sum of money and on top of that. They took the time. Time did start a fire which again if you thought this was some sort of desperate armed robbery? It seems odd that they would stay behind to try to start a fire. Get Rid of evidence. Yeah it's hard to know exactly what happened but there. There are a lot of theories out there Ronaldson says you know denied any involvement with drug cartels with the Mafia or shady business dealings. He's denied that he's had any kind of reason or his created. Any reason for this to happen. Charlie men who is the person who created the documentary. A nightmare in las cases believes in has stated on several news interviews that this was a message to Ronald that. It was some sort of scare tactic. A warning a warning In an interview on one of the passing news stations with him as well as the current investigating. Detective and Charlie goes into this theory. Gary and the -tective bristles a little bit and says there's really no evidence to support anything like that and we do have some leads that were working. There's nothing that we can talk about because this is still an active investigation and I'm not GonNa make claims about something without having any proof and so you know not to see. I don't necessarily believe Charlie but I am skeptical about some of that But it is. I think it's hard to wrap your mind around something. Thanks oh heinous without having some sort of reason and to think that this could have just been random senseless and impulsive pulsa. It's probably too much for people to be able to handle. Yeah and obviously we are experts in that field but everything thing about issue so planned out a methodical and again it's over thirty.

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"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on True Consequences

"Aw Welcome back to chew consequences. I'm your host. Eric Carter Lon Dean today. We're talking about the LAS cruces bowling alley massacre. It is one of the most horrendous horrendous unsolved true crime mysteries in New Mexico the nature of this crime is really difficult to process because it involves the murder of children which some people may not be able to handle. And if that's the case that's okay feel free to skip this one but it has been unsolved for thirty years now and and really it would be awesome if there was some way that somebody could come forward with a tip that could help close this case out. Unfortunately it really hasn't happened yet. Some joined again by Lydia. You Wilbert my friend. Thought I bring her back on the show and have her join me for this one. I hope you'll enjoy this episode. I also WANNA give a shout out to Lisa. So W as well as autumn G. R. Two latest Patriot supporters. Thank you so much without you if you very difficult to produce this show. You're helping me continue. Continue to provide content. Thank you I appreciate it. Also this is the second to last episode of the season but don't get too sad got a couple things working and you should be hearing from me relatively soon about some other things I have coming out in the pipeline. Okay if you're interested in supporting this one man show. Please go to Patriot dot com slash true consequences as you can also find me on social media on facebook and instagram at true consequences pod and on twitter at true cons pod all right. Let's get into the episode. Hey Lydia welcome back again so I got a lot of positive feedback about your episode. That's dead everybody liked it flanked get stuck okay. Well I mean there was some people that said they hated you all specifically got like the so. You're saying something before seeking on the way over here just because your your podcast is Mexico specific anyone who I need it from out of state. They're always surprising her New Mexico expressions. Like especially by Mike Map so I think attention if they can contact thirty Mexico expressions the big grew up with a good one. Yeah and then post them on facebook or something power trying to be very professional here. Oh man well. I'm glad we're laughing now because pretty soon. We're not going to be laughing. We are covering one of the most infamous and a terrible unsolved cases in Mexico for research for this episode or I watched the documentary a nightmare in Las cruces. This is also of course used Kapadia. there's a few other blogs and a lot of news articles as well as is news Episode that I watched related to this so is a lot of information out there. I'll post most of it on the show notes that way you can check it out On the LAS cruces bowling alley massacre. So I think I'm going to jump right in. I will say that. Actually somebody got mad at me on base looking there were like. He spends a lot of time apologizing for explicit content. And it's not even that explicit in there were like really kind of angry about it and and I you know I think that everybody has their own tolerance for what's too much for them and that's why I feel like giving a warning just kinda now. Let's people decide if they want to listen to it or not so I'm going to get another warning because I don't care Doing this doesn't while murder of children children. So if that's something that's difficult for you to listen to. You may not want to listen to this episode. Really important thing to highlight is not eighteen. People intolerate area. Yeah it's hard okay. So let's talk about Las cruces selects. Theres's is the second largest city in New Mexico. It is approximately only fifty miles. North of El Paso Texas and right now has a population just slightly over one hundred thousand people. It sits in the Messiah Valley in the Organ Organ Mountains which are really pretty. They're part of the rocky mountain chain. They actually rise to the east of LAS cruces. So it's similar to Albuquerque in the sense that it a giant mountain in the East but valley and there's a city there The Rio Grande flows to the west of the city. The city itself is in the middle of the best Joel Desert Sirte which covers parts of Mexico parts of California a lot of New Mexico Zona en LAS cruces actually a lot warmer than northern New Mexico a popular with a snowbirds retirees and. It's so armed back. The desert palm trees grow abundantly. which is not something that we have here in the in Albuquerque? Plus cruces's is home to New Mexico State University which is one of the largest public universities in the state is the only land grant university in the state In nineteen ninety. Andy when this all happen lustrous was a sleepy town with just over. Sixty thousand residents in the community. Really wasn't used to major crime issues like albuquerque not or other large cities experienced until the winter of nineteen ninety win. Loss pieces was shaken by senseless in horrible tragedy. This is the UNSAL. So case of the LAS cruces Bowling Alley massacre on the morning February tenth. Nineteen Ninety nine one one dispatcher receives a frantic call from a terrified young lady. She's twelve year old. Melissa repass Malysz Informs Dispatcher. That she had been shot along with six other people. She tells the dispatcher. The shooting occurred inside the LAS cruces bowl on amador avenue. She goes on to describe the fact that she is the only person who's conscious and they were victims of a robbery. Gone bad she also states that there's a fire in the office where she is. First responders arrived to a grisly scene. Theme Attempt was like any typical morning for Stephanie Snack. Stephanie daughter a bowling alley owner Ronaldson AC and as day manager her she was conducting her opening duties. Stephanie's daughter Melissa and her friend in you were in the office with her listen. Amy Often came to work with Stephanie as they would work in the bowling alleys daycare center Boeing Cook. Idaho was preparing for the day and getting her lunch prep completed. She actually recently changed her schedule due to allow for her to work days instead of her usual evening shift and it was definitely what seemed to be an average day for everybody until it took a dark. Turn Iron. Stephanie's brother Steve Stop By pick up some items that he needed and he noted that there were two suspicious men on the side of the building but he tried not to think too much about it he also noted that the front door of the bowling alley was unlocked. Even though they haven't opened yet he walked to the office picked up what he came for. Told Stephanie that she needs to lock the door as he left he noticed that the men were still there at approximately eight twenty a m two men enter the unlocked or the bowling alley. One of the men went into the kitchen and used his gun to force IDA into the manager's office the other man found the two young girls in walk them to the office as well. So apparently Stephanie had given Melissa any any change so they go by some food from vending machines. So this other guy on them at the vending machines and march to the opposite gunpoint. Both men ordered Stephanie to open. Open the safe which they robbed most of its contents so allegedly they took about four or five thousand dollars. Nobody's really sure but there was still some money left behind in the safe. Nobody really understands why some interesting And then they forced everybody in the office she lie on the ground face first so this is where it takes kind of the really sad term. I mean it sat already but it gets even worse now. So Tehran was a young bowling alley mechanic. He was also in the military he had had aspirations of being a police officer in. He walked into the Alley Unaware of what was happening. He was actually coming in to work his ship as the bowling alley mechanic and he brought his two daughters with him and planned to drop them off at the daycare center while he worked. He didn't see anybody in the day. Care Center so he continued to walk to the daughters handed as he entered the office. Excuse stumbled upon the robbery in progress. He started the robbers in he and his daughters are also forced to the ground so his daughters he had a two year old little little girl and a six year old little girl with him. Roberts then proceed to shoot every hostage multiple times at close range. They started a fire fire in the Bowling Alley Office. Allegedly there was an eyewitness that was in a nearby building across the street on the roof in. He saw the two men running from the bowling alley so Melissa repass manages to crawl towards the phone and dial mind one one she'd been shot five times. It's incredible that she had the report crawl knowing that she get help. Her MOM had. It just been shot. Fred had just been shot and she had a bullet launched your head right. She was shot in the head. Yeah and the so. I watched the the documentary a nightmare in LAS cruces in. That's by Charlie men. It's got an interesting take but it does have a lot of Graphic photos of the actual shooting which is really difficult to see bodies lying there in the office but it's such a senseless act of violence in a time. When las cruces was really not that big of a city and probably not used to anything that intense but Melissa as an adult is being interviewed in the documentary a hand? She talks about how she just recently had some kind of assembly at school where they talked about dialing nine one one for help so she liked that stuck in her head and she remember for that and so she crawls over there you know. I'm sure she scared ensure she's in a lot of pain and you can actually listen to the Nine one one tape. It's really distressing so clear about what happened asking for help onion. It's amazing. She's a child she she gets experienced. That said she was able to complete at call. Yeah Yeah and she like. It's really sad dispatcher. Asks who's been shot how. How many people and you hear her she like counts them out? One two three four five six seven and then she does it again. One two three four five six seven and the dispatchers being being interviewed in the documentary as well. He's like that was the worst part for me was knowing that she was like actually counting bodies around her as a twelve. Go girl so the police actually really fast and they you know they're trying to get her out of the office because using only one that was conscious in the nine one one operator later told him not to hang up so she didn't know what to do she just kept saying I can't I can't leave can't leave until nine. One one operator told her. It's okay go the police. She was determined to be on the phone. The entire time MRS heartbreaking you know she sees her mom and her friend and like you said everybody around her.

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Chilis Are About Flavor, Not Heat

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Chilis Are About Flavor, Not Heat

"I was in Oaxaca a while back. I really started to understand more so than I ever had. The chilis are about flavor and not really heat as much and you make this point a lot. When we're talking about Chile along I twenty five. We're not talking about Jalapenos or Serrano's or all. The multiple types of chilies is that you could grow or chilies from Mexico or anywhere else. We're specifically talking. Abou a chilly that's going to be when it grows with full-size. It's going to be as long as your a hand and pretty thick so the same type of Chili but assumes different flavors depending on where it's grown so people are gonNA swear by their types of chilies and that's where you have big debates especially between New Mexico and Colorado where they fight over each other saying oh archery's better no arch. Elliot's better and the rest of the country doesn't really have a clue about it but New Mexico wins because because they have the bigger budget to promote their chili farmers and their chilies than anyone else thousand outsider you're like wait isn't a chilly chilly chilly. So how do the Harare possible or the flavor possibly change one hundred miles away but it it does it really really does the new Mexican Sunday which actually I have to say sounded appealing as you just described what it is. Oh my Lord Yeah. This is a place down in LAS cruces little chain Khadka Leeches and they sell a new Mexican Sunday so it's it's new Mexican to the court so it's GonNa be Vanilla custard in inside of it. They put Pecans Pecans a huge industry in southern New Mexico but they also have candied Green Chili like little nubs of Candy Green chilly so you're gonNA get a little bit of heat but again. It's all about the flavor. He opens up your pallet. You get a little bit of the spice as a flavor. It is amazing and especially if you're in southern New Mexico is going to be hot so you WANNA to get that Green Chili one

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"las cruces" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Outside. We really like to know what's going on. You know, would you really? I mean you might not like the answer. In fact, one time going to Las Cruces, I go quite frequently to our guys. Two things across it on the highway Radha cross the highway two big black muscular things a foreign aids. Have they have long hair all black and all tales? They wrestle fast across the highway. What if I told my friend, I said, hey, did you see that? And you got a group so that because I was just an orc there is no orcs over here anymore. They used to be, but these things were all fours, or low to the ground, very muscular, black emerges disappeared. Like when the cost the highway disappear. Could they have been Panthers of some sort of a check I- Jaguar pants not a Jaguar, but a panther of some sort not over here now? All right. And the two and two of them together was real long hair. Charlie, if you ever decide to have the regression therapy to take you back to that time, when you experienced a gap in time, a serious gap in time I'd love to hear about it. Maybe can call us back. Good because I like to low also this base is more mysterious than areas. Fifty one area fifty one's as far as I'm in this place over here is is something totally off the wall. I like Charlie. Thank you for that. And we will anxiously await a return. Call down the line somewhere wildcard line. Let's go to Steve in North Carolina. Steve, good morning. Welcome to coast. Hey, I'm.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Somebody watching at the same time. But I couldn't see who it is. While Charlie, let's not ignore the, the, the pink elephant in the room. Do you think you were abducted? Yeah. I think so because I don't think it's the first time either that this happened to proceed. This happened to me when I was alone doctor before. But I think I should know maybe it's just 'cause I'm so tired of whatever what have you. But that's not much. And I had a feeling something would happen. That, that's the reason why my wife and I told him that this is the time, you know. Before that, that situation that happened before because I was like an hour and a half. Get home and. Yeah. Any strange scarring, or markings on either you or your friend after this missing time. Not that I know of. Would you consider regression therapy to take you back to see what you might remember? Is that something you'd be prepared to do that? I would really like to know what's going on. You know, would you really? I mean you might not like the answer. Yeah. One time going to Las Cruces. You know, I go quite frequently to are two things across on the highway. Right across the highway two black muscular things foreign, they had long hair. All black. And long tails. And they ran so fast across the highway. Told my friend. Hey, did you see that, and gotta groups because it's just an orc there is no or over here anymore. They used to be, but these are all fours, or low to the ground, very muscular black disappeared like across the highway disappear. Could they have been Panthers of some sort of a jet Jaguar pants not Jaguar panther of some sort over here? All right, the two and two of them together was real long hair. Charlie, if you ever decide to have the regression therapy to take you back to that time, when you experienced a gap in time, a serious gap in time I'd love to hear about it. Maybe call us back. Good because I like to low. Also this base is more mysterious than areas, area fifty one as far as I'm in this place over here is is something totally off the wall. All right, Charlie. Thank you for that. And we will anxiously await return. Call down the line somewhere wildcard line. Let's go to Steve in North Carolina. Steve, good morning. Welcome to coast. Hey,.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"I've used that phrase a lot like the growth is happening. You know, we're so economic development is a piece of this, but it's happening in Nevada. And so people are loving, these places death. And I feel like Nathan sort of a new narrative now because it's, it's not that, you know, that they're loving spices death is that we need to really be out there educating. And then. Start younger into really also start with communities. There are more negatively impacted by especially by extractive industries in these are the more under under represented communities. So there's. We could just go on and on from there. But there's a lot of ways which we use. I want to talk about some specific places, and starting with Las Cruces, which is the gateway to organ mountains, desert peaks, national monument, one.

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"las cruces" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on KCRW

"Las Cruces. This is NPR news. Good morning. This is morning edition on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include Wells Fargo, helping paradise residents rebuild their lives with more than six million dollars committed to the Butte strong fund and other efforts supporting campfire victims more stories dot W, F dot com slash California. Coming up, your green jobs, California's been focused on creating them for years, and it's paid off with over half a million green jobs in the state now, but who's really benefiting from this economic boom and who's been left behind. We're gonna get to that story. And just a couple minutes here on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include brilliant are committed to environmental and social responsibility with conflict free diamond engagement rings, wedding rings and vintage fine jewelry online at brilliant earth dot com and at their Los Angeles showroom in West Hollywood appointments available now. All made on the point. Well, paid tech workers at Amazon are risking their jobs by demanding the boss take action on climate change. Is there an upside for Jeff Bezos would be a more? Oaten bowling on your legacy being the guy who went all in to solve one of the nastiest and most complex problems humanities ever faced. We'll get the message a climate change update on to the point. Taking a look at.

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NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Larry Hopkins, New Mexico And K R WG discussed on NPR News Now

"Militia group that has detained migrant families in New Mexico near the Mexican border is expected in federal court this morning from member station K R WG. Mallory fall reports. Larry Hopkins was arrested this past weekend. Hopkins leads the United constitutional patriots, a group of armed civilians who have been camping out in southern New Mexico last week. They posted a video that showed members detaining migrant families, including young children before turning them over to border patrol the FBI arrested Hopkins on Saturday on charges of being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. He's expected to appear in federal court in Las Cruces. This morning New Mexico's attorney general called Hopkins. A quote dangerous felon who should not have weapons around children and families for

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"las cruces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We can skip this hour's long hearing and just go straight to the source. My name is Nathan small in. I represent house district. Thirty six in the New Mexico legislature small is from Las Cruces home to hatch. Green chili and he's one of the sponsors of the energy transition act. We're gonna end up with a renewable portfolio standard that is among the leaders or perhaps is the leader for the entire country, which is striking because the state currently gets more than half of its electricity from coal, but that's changing we have the number two potential when it comes to solar resources nationwide. And we're told that it's number twelve when it comes to win. If there was ever a state that can transition to renewables, and then get it on the market. It's us New Mexico governor Michelle Luhan Grisham, and because California's following the same standard they're going to need to look to states like New Mexico to sell them this energy. That's one of the economic reasons at Christian is expected to sign the Bill later this week, but it's far from the only one she gives this is a state that is not in climate denial. We are clear that we have basically a decade to begin to turn things around in New Mexico needs and will do its part the energy transition act will cut in state greenhouse gas emissions dramatically, but New Mexico's role in the global climate picture is a complicated. One. Just look at the southeast corner of the state. We're quiet. Two lane roads had become major thoroughfares with truck after truck after truck. The cool desert nights are now punctuated with venting flares and a steady Thrum of bobbing. Pump jets. Southeast New Mexico is oil country. It's part of the Permian basin.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"It. If you want, I guess if you want it for free, and you can print out as many download as many as you want at an age eight dollar, right? So really cool stuff is happening. And one of the really cool things that is happening is around. You mentioned Senator Bill from Las Cruces. He's an educator, and where do you want to start you want to start with? I was saying I was saying that he had gone to his classroom and had decided to serve a his two classrooms. These are advanced placement psychology, Stu just a little CUNY little well, he wanted to see he was he was just curious to know. What's the magnitude of the problem? So he did he did give them the survey. It was done anonymously. He did let the school's counselors know what he was doing on. So I think he did everything right? And the students were happy to do it anonymously, and he collected. He collected up the results during class and was able to talk with this class about the numbers. And as I said earlier, the the estimates we go with go back to two thousand and nine the public health survey that suggests that about a third of the population have three or more aces. What he found was that two-thirds of his classroom have three or more aces. So these are students who may be experienced hunger and neglect and abuse and living in households there there. Substance misuse, I mean, and some of his students had scores of six seven eight nine and ten out of ten. So he was he he called me immediately. After this is that I really wanna I really wanna talk with you about this. He was really concerned his students were really concerned. I think you know, he wrote an article that was published down in the sun and has since banned the new Mexican and the new Mexican since been sent all over all the lawmakers. I thought the most profound line in the entire article was when the students said to the effect if the adults no this is happening to us. Why aren't they doing anything about it? No answer. Well, we we we we are the answer Senator souls, and I and Catherine I talked a lot about what he had experienced. And now remember Senator soles had read the book a year ago and was very familiar with it. He said the time has come to really turn this book into a force that can actually start helping counties do the real long-term work. And so that is how the Anna age eight institute was born we had also been in, of course, in constant communication and collaborating with Dr Rick Bailey at northern New Mexico college. So really it was like the perfect storm. Dr Bailey at the college really wanted to see this happen for Rio Arriba and also wanted to engage all of higher education across the state in this. The Senator wanted to see this happen, Catherine. I wanted to go beyond just talking about the book to actually having the staff to do the work, and we want funds for every county. So they can do the work. So we now have a Bill. We now have a Senate Bill and the number is about. Pierre appear at any moment on the website gave refreshing. Yeah. Abso it's being co sponsored by Representative Gail Armstrong who represents sequoia in Valencia county. So we have bipartisan support for the bell. And this is big for us. This is I don't know. Dr Gordon, what do you? I mean. This is huge. Yeah. Can you hear some of the details of what was going to be in the Bill? Yeah. So the idea is basically to do the work that we were just talking about make sure that those ten services are accessible in every community starting with two pilot sites. Possibly three most likely the third would be Sikora. But the other two would be real Arriba county and Dona Ana County Down in northern New Mexico. College would become kind of the center for for. There's there this pilot project. Right. And they'll and they will also be the sponsor of the Anna AJ institute. That's what we're building. It's the institute they would be the fiscal sponsor REBA counties the coral in Las Cruces. Yes. Dona Ana county. That's correct. I'm how Santa Fe's not in their Santa Fe's not in their butts. You know, the headquarters of the institute wellbeing Santa Fe because it's important to be working with the departments. And that's where the departments are. So including C Y F D P E D H ST behavioral health, all of those need to be working with the three pilot program funded staffed, I mean, what's the plan here? That's the plan. So this Bill would fund them. They would fund it enough to start the actual work and and start bringing together stakeholders and doing the assessment piece and looking at. Where are the gaps, and what are the solutions with this be a division? What would it be it would be through northern New Mexico college? So it'd be it's exactly right. And in Dr Bailey has discussed the institute with all the other college presidents, universities and said, this is something that all of us need to be involved with not just northern but let's build a confederacy. Very positive very very positive because we need to be sharing research and data and strategies, and we need to we need to engage higher education in ending an epidemic of childhood trauma. So the institute would allow us we would have a staff a small staff, but but a staff that would allow us to to really coordinate this work, and it's important for new Mexican Stander stand that there is no entity in the state as a matter of fact, there's no entity in the nation that has yet set up to do the data driven and cross-sector prevention of ace's, trauma and maltreatment. So this is going to be kind of a bottom up possibility. Here is somebody said today, a astroturf up not grassroots so much. Turf effort to to grow this locally, and then across New Mexico, and then maybe regionally and spread it across because every state every city every community every family experiences. Absolutely, absolutely. Obviously what we wanna Dr Courtney. And I want to focus for the next ten to twenty years. I'm getting it right in New Mexico. I mean, we're taking on a huge challenge. And this is something that has been building for as long as we've also had experiences from places like Oklahoma and Kentucky. Yeah. Yeah. So we know we'd better. It's Kentucky on owns borough Kentucky wanted to begin the work about a year ago after. People there read the book and what they've just done as they're in the back of our book. We have a survey it's called the resilient community experienced survey, and it asks parents and young people to what degree do you have access to these ten key services, and it's an important survey. Because we we don't know what access and it depends really on the zip code you live in. And so we need the data we need to collect the data to know. But what they're finding. They Kentucky Owensboro Kentucky. Just I'm did the survey they've just surveyed about a thousand parents, and I'll have the I'll have the results in a week, and I can share very the next time. I'm on. And this is the kind of work we have to do in every county start at the bottom. We'll be back with Dr Catherine Courtney Dominic Cappello in.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Latino USA

"And I did that by making SD's rockets and the first few ones didn't succeed, but they finally did. And I learned that you know, trial and error. I learned I could do science I could do mess. So at a time when girls like me weren't being encouraged to take science and math. I took all those electives. So when I was in high school, I had decided to be an engineer, and I signed up with a college counselor. And she looked at me, she looked into the lobby and she said, what are you here for I said because I'm going to go to college, and she said, no. Thank you, don't go to college. When I sat down to talk to her. And I said, and I wanted to be an engineer. She just laughed. She says girls aren't engineers, but with that confidence and still girl scouting. I said if I can cook I can do science, and I can be an engineer. Can you kind of paint a picture of what New Mexico state university was like I went and schedule an appointment with the head of the industrial engineering department. And when I met with him he said, well, you've got to be good math and science you've got to school. And I said, well, I'm graduating in the top ten in my class. And here's my scores on the standardized testing goes. Oh, okay. And at that point, he became very welcoming. But you know, there weren't a lot of girls. There weren't a lot of women. And I was very fortunate to have won a scholarship that also had a summer fellowship and even winning. That was interesting because when I applied for it. There was no gender associated with it. Because I think they hit assumed only males would go for it. So I won that award. And when I won that scholarship, which was a four year scholarship paid for by Sandia labs, they sent to engineers to interview me because they didn't believe that I had filled out the paperwork myself. I remember specifically they wanted to know if I knew how to change the oil in a car, which I did. But they wanted to know step by step. You talk a lot about girls not being in the world of engineering. What about Latina's and Latinos were they there as well. Not very many. It was really interesting in two thousand six I think someone from Stanford was doing some archives research, and they called me, and they said you're one of the first and kind of one of the few let the nose or let the who've ever gotten a graduate engineering degrees from Stanford. And you know, it really kind of was sort of very eye opening for me when I was answering their questions, and they kept saying how was it somebody from Las Cruces New Mexico because at the time they said, we didn't even recruit from there. So how did you know about that that I realized that girl scouts had been such a pivotal point in my life and had really give me the tools that transforming gave that courage confidence and character and also gave me the know how that I could go in and succeed and also that up that you can create your own opportunities mindset. So with that then when I was talking to the. Folks at Stanford. I thought oh my goodness girl scouts as meant so much to me. So then I started getting involved again with girl scouts. So were you like seriously the only girl in your classroom?.

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"las cruces" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"las cruces" Discussed on Latino USA

"And I did that by making ST's rockets and the first few ones didn't succeed, but they finally did. And I learned that you know, trial and error. I learned that I could do signs I could do mess. So at a time when girls like me weren't being encouraged to take science and math. I took all those electives. So when I was in high school, I had decided to be an engineer, and I signed up with the college counselor. And she looked at me, she looked into the lobby and she said, what are you here for I said because I'm going to go to college, and she said, no girls like you don't go to college when I sat down and talk to her and I said. And I wanted to be an engineer. She just laughed. She says girls aren't engineers, but with that confidence and still bug girl. Scouting I said if I can cook I can do science, and I can be an engineer can you kind of paint a picture of what New Mexico state university was like I went and schedule an appointment with the head of the industrial engineering department. And when I met with him he said, well, you've got to be good in math and science you've got to school. And I said, well, I'm graduating in the top ten in my class. And here's my scores on the standardized testing goes. Oh, okay. And at that point, he became very welcoming. But you know, there weren't a lot of girls that weren't a lot of women. And I was very fortunate to have won a scholarship that also had a summer fellowship and even winning. That was interesting because when I applied for it. There was no gender associated with it. Because I think they hit assumed only males would go for it. So I won that award. And when I won that scholarship, which was a four year. Scholarship paid for by Sandia labs. They sent to engineers to interview me because they didn't believe that I had filled out the paperwork myself. I remember specifically they wanted to know if I knew how to change the oil in a car, which I did. But they wanted to know step by step. You talk a lot about girls not being in the world of engineering. What about Latina's 'em Latinos? Were they there is well, not very many. It was really interested in two thousand six I think someone from Stanford was doing some archives research, and they called me, and they said you're one of the first and kind of one of the few let the nose or let the nuns who've ever gotten their graduate engineering degrees from Stanford. And you know, it really kind of was sort of very eye opening for me when I was answering their questions, and they kept saying how was it somebody from Las Cruces New Mexico because at the time they said, we didn't even recruit from there. So how did you know about that that I realized that girl scouts had been such a pivotal? Point in my life. And had really give me the tools that transform gave that courage confidence and character. And also gave me the know how that I could go in and succeed and also that up that you can create your own opportunities mindset. So with that then when I was talking to the folks at Stanford, I thought oh my goodness. You know, the girl scouts as meant so much to me. So then I started getting involved again with girl scouts. So were you like seriously the only girl in your classroom?.

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Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse discussion

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:46 min | 3 years ago

Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse discussion

"Morales is reality playing reality universe. They something happens with a supercollider. They causes a rift between all the universes and all these other Spiderman come into malls Morales universe. And they have to do something to fix this before destroys all the realities. Don't know what it is. But it looks good. It's spite America, I'm going to watch it anyway, has Gobber Nsur watching as goblin all four being that is that one like that. Because I know in the previews the goblin giant Ormond. He's bulky and yet, I don't know if that's just there in dishes or what? But there's been about thousand renditions of goblin. Everybody's been the goblin at some point. It's going to be awesome. I think there's only two trailers out for this right now or one I seen. The only one I mean, they showed it we saw we we saw it in that. When we watch the venom, and it was also at the end of something right is also in credit the. Yeah. I think it was the actual in credit prevent not the mid credit role was which was pretty cool. Yeah. That made credit role. I thought was better than the whole the whole movie of mid credits. He was better. I'm jaded. I don't. You don't want to talk to me about venom. Yeah. If you missed our review chicken on page, we we went draft house and did a little review. It's a lot to talk about it. Neither billing venom about it was the title that was not been them on that screen but anyway into spider. Yes. December fourteenth this year coming out. Good little Chris. We have budgets coming out. Yeah. It's gonna be a very hectic Christmas schedule. All those Spiderman thrown together. One one universe said. Awesome artwork. Looks like a page. I then emission loan. Like, I said it. It's one of the reason I wanna go see it. But the top, of course, being spider-man's beating Herman's. Pretty good story to now. Like in the trailer. When you watch when the dad drops him off at school and embarrasses him because he didn't say dead. That's kind of cool. Yeah. So that's typical marble humor. I like it. I two so who's your favorite spider man, or if you have a favorite tonight amend calmed down below lettuce, and what's up is your favorites? Going to go with good old. Peter parker. I'm gonna go with original. And I honestly I really liked the story behind miles. Morales was really cool to just especially having that other. If Mississippi being able to be spied men was so cool to me, I think and just the way that they brought it on kind of tied it in especially with having his uncle bean prowlers that was so cool. Yeah. Yeah. What about yourself? Do you have a favorite superior? I love superior Spiderman. Who's your favorite? And that. It's no comments now below don't bring it to like subscribe to this video into our to Zia comics Tucker to me YouTube age, you can find this as a post on Facebook. You can also come down talk to Troy Zia comics that new location to Las Cruces, one twenty five north main places. Awesome, man, I'm gonna be in trouble 'cause I'm gonna spend so much money here. So hopefully, not for me, you won't be in trouble. Okay. Cool. Sounds good. Anything else that I think you gotta posts YouTube and Facebook or the big ones, so and then they Michelle promotion. Like, my page river productions hold of us if you want video or podcast meat for your YouTube page Facebook page. All right. Well, it was ours. You get it is hopefully. What that Troy thanks for having me on this this the bay Joe, hopefully, we'll get this. Sorry. This episode vogue. Eject Beck sued. Yeah. He's busy addition for another movie. If a if you get a Jack, Jack, if you're not here next week, I'm wearing a tank top in honor or the shirtless stone. Pretty sure that on rejection choice. Good night sleep day. Nudie we will gain that you get. Is it?

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Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

"Honda dealers news desk a call for new mexico congressional candidate deb haaland to drop out of the race it comes from las cruces woman nicole bag who is a former committee woman with the democratic national committee the albuquerque journal reports bag just yesterday called for holland to drop out of the race because bag raise concerns in two thousand sixteen about then county commissioner john viscous in southern new mexico now vasquez did resign earlier this year because of a separate sexual misconduct allegation but bag says her complaint was ignored in two thousand sixteen when holland was chairperson for the committee bag admitted yesterday that she never took her concerns to holland but did try to approach about it at a democratic party meeting holland says no complaint was ever filed and she was not aware of any problems an albuquerque man's in jail accused of forcing his seven year old daughter to perform sex acts on other people thirtysevenyearold james stewart faces several counts including human trafficking criminal sexual context of a man of a minor and promoting prostitution attorney general hector balderas whose office investigated this case says others could be charged as well investigation is ongoing so we are looking at multiple parties in this horrific case the attorney general's office started investigating last month after hearing from personnel at lew wallace elementary that the girl may have been the victim of sexual assault a real rancho man it was part of a major marijuana trafficking ring is sentenced to tune and a half years in prison thirty two year old tonio ruelas is one of ten defendants charged in a drug operation that federal prosecutors say distributed high grade marijuana in new mexico and throughout the country the us attorney's office says the drug ring was led by an ricky cavazos of to harris he and his wife have already pled guilty they were ordered to forfeit proceeds from their drug and money laundering activities amounting to more.

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Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Scott Stiegler

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

"News station i'm larry molin break attorney general jeff sessions was in las cruces today to discuss border issues sessions spoke with sheriffs from departments near the border and called the situation at the border a crisis great nation cannot allow this lawless disgrace continue sheriff in israel know it's happening you know the nation deserves back sessions visit comes amid the deployment of national guard troops from texas new mexico and arizona to the border to help with immigration enforcement i'm clayton neville new mexico senator tom udall and other democrats are calling for the resignation of epa chief scott pruitt at a news conference today udall said pruitt has been responsible for ethical lapses and questionable spending i believe it's time for his imperial tenure in i will be introducing a sense of the senate resolution that he should resign or be removed for the good of the american people udal says pruitt has misused taxpayer dollars and let polluters off the hook house speaker paul ryan says after this year is over he's done with politics and they won't run for another term speaking on cnn ryan put aside speculation that he might run for president in the future i'm not going to run for president you know that's not my plan i'm not going to do that i really want to spend time doing the things that i just discussed doing i'm always going to advocate for the causes behalf but right now the last thing i'm thinking about is running for something the albuquerque bio park zoo has lost one of its male elephants but it's only a change in location samson a nineteen year old asian elephant is now at the oregon zoo in portland recognized worldwide for its asian elephant program the albuquerque bio bio park still has one asian elephant bull albert who samson's half brother samson was born in may of nineteen ninety eight and ontario canada and moved to the bio park zoo in two thousand and three eighty two degrees in albuquerque our next news update at five i'm larry mullen brinker ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b will take a few more calls on millennials and why they live in new mexico and why they don't and why new mexico is such a bad place for millennials to live at least according to a wallet hub survey back in one minute finding a good.

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