Agent: Explosives Suspects Untrained
By Scott Sandlin / Journal The explosives stolen from a West Side storage area were powerful enough to have blown shrapnel more than a half-mile along the highways the thieves drove after stealing the material, a federal agent testified Wednesday.
Legality of Train Track Funding Raised
By Jeff Jones / Journal One day after a red-carpet ceremony celebrating the state's $75 million purchase of tracks for its commuter train, Gov. Bill Richardson's administration quietly asked the Attorney General's Office whether a key part of the deal was legal.
This is one of the smallest rocks that was moved to make way for extending Paseo del Norte on the city's West Side.
Petroglyphs Moved for Paseo
By Andrea Schoellkopf / Journal Five petroglyphs that stood in the way of the Paseo del Norte expansion have been relocated, clearing the way for the road's long-delayed construction west of Golf Course Road.
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