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Missing Albuquerque dementia patient found safe

A woman who wandered away from a care home on Friday has been found huddled in a roadside ditch several blocks from the Albuquerque facility. Full story

Residents survey N.M. wildfire damage

Authorities in New Mexico began escorting residents into their neighborhoods Tuesday evening to survey damage left by a wildfire that raced across nearly 1,800 acres in a rugged area of the state. Full story

Giant fiberglass cactus not stolen in NM after all

The good news about a giant fiberglass cactus reported stolen in New Mexico is that it wasn't the target of thieves. The bad news? Full story

Semen in yogurt linked to store worker

Police have matched DNA taken from a 31-year-old man to semen found in a yogurt sample that was offered at an Albuquerque grocery store. Full story

Bringing Brooke Home, Part 7

   Courtney is charged with kidnapping and sexual assault of a female student in New Mexico. Albuquerque police start digging into Joel Courtney's past and place a fateful call to the Corvallis police.

Bringing Brooke Home, Part 6

   Armed with a rough description of the young student's attacker, Albuquerque police quickly put the pieces of the puzzle together and arrest Joel Patrick Courtney, 38, a husband and father of three. Does he hold the key to finding Brooke?

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  Somebody's Daughter, Part 11

A news flash from Missouri has everyone in Albuquerque glued to their television screens.

  Somebody's Daughter

A sinister force seemed to be snatching women off the streets of Albuquerque.  Josh Mankiewicz reports from New Mexico.

  Patrolling Albuquerque's 'war zone'

Detective Ida Lopez patrols a notorious stretch of Albuquerque's Central Avenue, where young women roam as victims of drug addiction and prostitution.

  Meet Detective Ida Lopez

When young local women began disappearing from Albuquerque's Central Avenue, a street where drugs and prostitution are routine, police detective Ida Lopez spearheaded an investigation that would bring justice to missing women and their families.

  Man kills six, including wife, self

Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry talks with Msnbc's Chris Jansing about a shooting where a man shot and killed five people including his wife, wounded four others, and then killed himself.

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Dave Wesner occupies Prudence while Beverly Wesner bakes banana bread at their home in Albuquerque,
Dave Wesner occupies Prudence while Beverly Wesner bakes banana bread at their home in Albuquerque,

Dave Wesner occupies Prudence while Beverly Wesner bakes banana bread at their home in Albuquerque, NM on Sunday, March 6, 2011. The two have decided to delay their divorce since 2008 and have continued to live together for financial reasons.Assignment ID: 330Slug: Divorce delay

Divorce delay
Divorce delay

Dave and Beverly Wesner talk about an old friend at their home in Albuquerque, NM on Sunday, March 6, 2011. The two have decided to delay their divorce since 2008 and have continued to live together for financial reasons.Assignment ID: 330Slug: Divorce delay