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15-year-old accused of threatening students online


State Police: Arizona woman killed in New Mexico car crash

Groping suspect sentenced to 8 years in prison

Authorities make same-day arrest in Farmington bank robbery

Dispatchers remained calm during Aztec HS shooting

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Woman accused of stealing nearly $62,000 from Farmington Burger King
Fmr. Aztec HS teacher accused of having sex with multiple students
Farmington Police seek bank robber
FBI searches for answer's in man's death
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Report: Aztec school shooter visited 'Neo-Nazi' sites

Bearing memories of shooting victims, Aztec High students return to class

4 Investigates launches podcast: 'Our Backstory'

Navajo Nation official pleads not guilty to $6M theft charge

Farmington homicide suspect shot, killed by U.S. Marshals in Arizona

Farmington woman has been arrested in a child abuse case

Bears spotted around Durango

Pearce vows to halt closing on San Juan Generating Station

Sheriff upset with man's sentence for child porn

Police go to wrong business in search for suspect

Baby fights for life; Mother's boyfriend accused of abuse

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Four Corners highway closures to continue through weekend

Connie Mack World Series returns to Four Corners

KOB 4's Colton Shone selected as Grand Marshal of 2018 Navajo Nationa Fair Parade

Farmington Police identify wanted homicide suspect

Great Lakes Aviation sues over unpaid fees in Four Corners

Gallup's low water levels drawing attention from officials

After lawsuits, EPA says it's already cleaning up from Gold King Mine spill

New Mexico rivers going through a dry patch

Sexual assault charges dropped against New Mexico filmmaker

416 Fire turning Animas River brown

Aztec holds National Night Out

Remington bid provides insight into US tribe's aspirations

Brothers who fought in WWII honored

Ex-Navajo police officer gets 16 years for fatal DUI cash

Service members come from out of state to build homes for Native American veterans


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