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After the violent, deadly weather in Oklahoma this week, KOB.com asks an expert at the University of New Mexico about how tornadoes form and why he thinks warmer temperatures in our part of the country the Southwest could lead to more severe weather.
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Lea County, in the heart of southeastern New Mexico's bustling oil patch, was the fastest-growing county in the state last year, while two-third of the counties lost population, according to the Census Bureau.
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8,447,379 entitled "Detection, measurement, and imaging of cells such as cancer and other biologic substances using targeted nanoparticles and magnetic properties thereof." The patent includes claims directed to detecting and measuring biological substances such as cancer cells.
New Mexicans who have federal student loan debt may see their interest rates double unless Congress acts by July 1. But many expect that, similar to last year, Congress will take action just before the deadline, staving off the sharp increases for students who have taken out subsidized Stafford loans, which are federally subsidized and guaranteed ... (more)
New Mexico children could win a trip to Disney's Animal Kingdom or ride in a hot air balloon with Gov.
ATS 2013, PHILADELPHIA - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is primarily associated with the respiratory symptoms that are its hallmark, but in fact, patients who struggle with the disease also experience significant amounts of chronic pain.
Flash Flood Watch expires at 7:00 PM on 5/21, issued at 9:29 AM Kiamichi Christian Mission, OK The state medical examiner's office has revised the death toll from a tornado in an Oklahoma City suburb to 24 people, including nine children.
Three University of New Mexico medical students rendered aid to a jogger who had been shot in the stomach near North Campus Friday morning.
After 34 years of working at Ketchikan's Gateway Center for Human Services, including 10 years as medical director, Wandal William Winn is calling it a day.
Manzano High School's valedictorian Katherine Cordwell earned a 5.0 grade point average, the highest GPA in Albuquerque Public School history.
Officials with Albuquerque Public Schools say that's the highest GPA earned by a student in the district's history.