Posted at: 06/17/2013 7:28 PM By: Lauren Hansard, KOB Eyewitness News 4 After a woman was attacked and sexually assaulted Sunday evening police are increasing their patrols in the bosque. The woman who was attacked was walking along the Rio Grande looking for her children and husband who were rafting, according to police. Authorities have not released the woman’s name or many ...
The names of dozens of detainees held at the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, were released for the first time on Monday after a newspaper sued the federal government for the ...
Police arrested William Clark around 5:30 Monday evening on the plaza in Santa Fe.. Clary is suspected of shooting three people in the leg in the parking lot of the restaurant on San Mateo and Academy Friday ...
The animals are extremely destructive, carry 33 different diseases and kill native plants and animals. "Going in and looking at stomach contents of a hog, we recently found 47 toads, ground-nesting birds, lizards, snakes and small mammals," said Land Commissioner Ray Powell. "They eat everything." The hardest thing for the animals to do is find water, which is why they are ...
IN THE HISTORIC SANTA FE PLAZA. ONE OF THE CITY'S OLDEST, MOST ADORED SOUTHWESTERN STORES, IS CLOSING BECAUSE OF THE ECONOMY. ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER ALANA GRIMSTAD WENT TO PACKARD'S ON THE PLAZA TO LEARN MORE. JEWELRY, RUGS, HOME DECOR--YOU NAME IT--PACKARD'S HAS BEEN A GO-TO PLACE FOR LOCALS AND VISITORS. BUT AFTER BEING OPEN...AND RUN BY TWO FAMILIES...FOR 70-YEARS, IT NOW ONLY ...
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No doubt Devil will receive more than its share of bad press and reviews for one of two reasons (or, more likely, both). First, it was co-produced and developed from a story by M. Night Shyamalan, the first in an apparent series known as The Night Chronicles, which is more than enough ... ...
Posted at: 06/17/2013 6:20 PM By: Stuart Dyson, KOB Eyewitness News 4 Here’s a recipe for you. Take wind, add dirt and subtract water. Voila! You’ve got a dust storm! We can brace ourselves for more dust storms like the one that sand-blasted parts of the Albuquerque metro on Sunday afternoon. New Mexico has no shortage of wind in the springtime, and we never run out of dirt ...
FERAL HOGS HAVE INVADED NEW MEXICO; AND THE STATE IS FIGHTING BACK AGAINST THEIR DESTRUCTIVE APPETITE. FIRST ALERT METEOROLOGIST ERIC GREEN TELLS US WHY THIS BATTLE WILL BE TOUGH TO WIN. WILD HOGS ARE BEING HUNTED OUT OF NEW MEXICO WITH EXTREME PREJIDUCE, AND FOR GOOD REASON. THESE ANIMALS ARE EXTREMELY DESTRUCTIVE, CARRY 33 DIFFERENT DISEASES, AND KILL AND EAT OUR NATIVE PLANTS AND ANIMALS. ...
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - There is a serious warning for people who recreate through Albuquerque's Bosque. Officials say a woman, who was there looking for someone, was raped by a stranger near one of the main trails and the suspect is now on the loose. APD says the victim, who's in her 40's, was assaulted just before 6 p.m. on Sunday evening along the levy trail. Police say the woman ...
the jury sent home while Chavez's attorney David Serna made some big allegations. Sernafiled an emergency motion with the court Monday morning requesting the court force the civil attorney for Tera Chavez's family, Brad Hall, to turn over any documents he has on the case immediately. Because prosecutors never subpoenaed Hall, Serna is worried the door was open for Hall to possibly ...
A store that puts a lot of people with disabilities to work is struggling to survive because of a costly fire. The walls are charred, the roof is destroyed, after a fire erupted last month at the Bargain Square Thrift store in Belen. "They were just right on the edge of just barely covering their own expenses, and so this is a very big hit for that store, and a very big hit for ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists have designed a new type of nanostructured-carbon-based catalyst that could pave the way for reliable, economical next-generation batteries and alkaline fuel cells, providing for practical use of wind- and solar-powered electricity, as well as enhanced hybrid electric vehicles.
The new material has the highest oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) activity in alkaline media of any non-precious metal catalyst developed to date. This activity is critical for efficient storage of electrical energy.
The new catalyst doesn't use precious metals such as platinum, which is more expensive per ounce than gold, yet it performs under certain conditions as effectively as many well-known and prohibitively expensive precious-metal catalysts developed for battery and fuel-cell use.
Moreover, although the catalyst is based on nitrogen-containing carbon nanotubes, it does not require the tedious, toxic and costly processing that is usually required when converting such materials for catalytic use.
"These findings could help forge a path between nanostructured-carbon-based materials and alkaline fuel cells, metal-air batteries and certain electrolyzers," said Zelenay. ...
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