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  • Basic math errors. Faulty statistics. Conclusions that don’t add up.

    The post Basic math errors. Faulty statistics. Conclusions that don’t add up. appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico. Amid a plethora of inaccurate reporting, Albuquerque celebrates the end of a nearly 10-year federal consent decree. The post Basic math errors. Faulty statistics. Conclusions that don’t add up. appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico.

  • A power play on the Caja

    The post A power play on the Caja appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico. The government wants a new transmission line on a treasured plateau. Opponents say it’s a line too far. The post A power play on the Caja appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico.

  • ‘A beautiful thing’: Former foster teen celebrates success and adulthood, against the odds

    The post ‘A beautiful thing’: Former foster teen celebrates success and adulthood, against the odds appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico. Jaidryon Platero’s 21st birthday sparks a party at a CYFD office, where happy endings are worth celebrating The post ‘A beautiful thing’: Former foster teen celebrates success and adulthood, against the odds appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico.

  • The long path of plutonium: A new map charts contamination at thousands of sites, miles from Los Alamos National Laboratory

    The post The long path of plutonium: A new map charts contamination at thousands of sites, miles from Los Alamos National Laboratory appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico. Plutonium hotspots appear along tribal lands, hiking trails, city streets and the Rio Grande River, a watchdog group finds The post The long path of plutonium: A new map charts contamination at thousands of sites, miles from Los Alamos National Laboratory appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico.

  • Can the Albuquerque Police Department ever be reformed?

    The post Can the Albuquerque Police Department ever be reformed? appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico. Despite 10 years of federal oversight, Albuquerque police are killing more people than ever The post Can the Albuquerque Police Department ever be reformed? appeared first on Searchlight New Mexico.

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