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NASA TV Launching Network Wide Coverage of Solar Eclipse

Michael Balderston, TV Technology
Washington, DC, Aug 18, 2017
Will offer coverage through apps, social media and streaming
WASHINGTON—Anticipation is building for the total solar eclipse that will take place across the U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21, and NASA is doing its part to help people witness this historic event. Through its NASA Television network, NASA will offer live coast-to-coast coverage that will be available to viewers through apps, social media and streaming.

State Being Sued Over Medical Marijuana Limits

NewsRadio770 KKOB
Albuquerque, Aug 18, 2017
NEW MEXICO’S LICENSED MEDICAL CANNABIS PRODUCERS CAN HAVE 450 PLANTS AT A TIME … BUT A SANTA FE DISTRICT COURT JUDGE WILL DECIDE IF THAT LIMIT STAYS. A LAWSUIT WAS FILED A YEAR AGO BY A BERNALILLO COUNTY RESIDENT AND ULTRA HEALTH INC. AGAINST THE STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND SECRETARY LYNN GALLAGHER OVER THE LIMIT ON PRODUCERS.

Ku Klux Klan recruits New Mexicans to join group

Jeannie Nguyen, KRQE News
Albuquerque, Aug 18, 2017
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Less than a week after a rally in Charlottesville captured the nation’s attention and put the spotlight on the growing number of hate groups, the KKK has launched a recruiting website in New Mexico.

New Mexico governor travels to Mexico border on business

Associated Press
Santa Fe, Aug 18, 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is traveling to the Mexican state of Sonora for discussions with officials there about economic development and public safety.

Authorities: San Juan County man dies from West Nile virus

Associated Press
Santa Fe, Aug 18, 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - A 61-year-old San Juan County man has died from the West Nile virus. New Mexico Department of Health officials say it is the state`s first known West Nile death this year.

A Harder Punishment For First-Time Offenders Who Cross U.S. Border Illegally

Michel Marizco, Fronteras Desk
Nogales, Aug 18, 2017
Every weekday now, a quietly chaotic but systemic routine plays out in a courtroom in a downtown federal court in Tucson. Defense attorneys, U.S. prosecutors and marshals in dark blue suits stand in groups talking quietly. And then, seven men and women are led into the courtroom through a side door by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.

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