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NM corrections to target inmate online profiles

Preston Blake says he's a "down to earth, mature and serious man." In on online profile, he sports a shirtless photo of himself while smiling and flexing his right, chiseled arm. "I'm solid, real, in a world full of fake," the 31-year-old describes himself. Full story

New Mexico tourism on the rise

Gov. Susana Martinez says New Mexico tourism is on the rise and visitor spending has hit an all-time high of $5.9 billion. Full story

NM court rules in domestic well permitting case

The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the state's process for issuing permits for domestic water wells is constitutional. Full story

CFT: Texas announces suspended WR will transfer

Texas wide receiver Cayleb Jones was suspended for the Longhorns’ season opener against New Mexico State thanks to an off-the-field incident in February. Now, he won’t suit up for UT at all in 2013. The university announced late Wednesday night that Jones will transfer. The sophomore has been given Full story

NM awarded nearly $19M to market health exchange

New Mexico has received a nearly $19 million federal grant for its health insurance exchange for marketing, education and outreach to make uninsured individuals and businesses aware of their options for obtaining medical coverage through the state's online marketplace. Full story

New Mexico gets $12M federal education grant

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez says New Mexico will receive an additional $12.5 million in federal money over four years to improve early childhood education. Full story

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  An inside look at drone pilot training

Drones, which drop bombs and spy on enemies while operated remotely, are among the most mysterious weapons in the military’s arsenal. NBC’s Janet Shamlian heads inside Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, where pilots are being trained to operate the controversial weapons.

  June 20: Nightly News Thursday broadcast

‘Choppy waters’ as stock market slumps; Housing prices rising too high, too fast?; New bipartisan compromise would increase border agents; Snowden’s background check raises questions; All-women jury selected for Zimmerman trial; Fighting for water in New Mexico; Big cases remain on SCOTUS docket; Jo

  Fighting for water in New Mexico

In Magdalena, N.M., the town’s well has run dry. Now they’re rationing water bottles, and using porta-potties while trying to conserve as much as possible. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.

  Western wildfires rage, hundreds evacuated

Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes as wildfires burn across the Western U.S. in Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Oregon, and California. Officials are saying it could be the worst fire season in a century. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.

  Film company to investigate Atari urban legend

Does a New Mexico landfill contain truckloads of unsold Atari video game cartridges? A Canadian film company is set prove or debunk myth. KOB's Lauren Hansard reports.

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