Daily happenings from around our five county region (Lincoln, Lea, Eddy, Chavez, and Otero) of South Central and Southeast New Mexico.
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(WASHINGTON) -- American air carriers have suspended flights from the United Stated to Israel "for a period of up to 24 hours" after the Federal Aviation Administration issued a warning in response to a rocket strike Tuesday morning near Tel Aviv's main airport, officials said.
(NEW YORK) -- The mystery surrounding two white flags that appeared on top of the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday deepened as the New York City Police Department admitted they don't know who committed the security breach or how they accomplished it.
(WASHINGTON) -- Children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without parents are increasingly younger, according to newly released figures by the Pew Research Center.
(NEW YORK) -- Every member of the New York City Police Department will be required to undergo retraining on the use of violence following the death of a man in custody who appeared to have been subdued with a chokehold, the police commissioner said on Tuesday.
(CONWAY, N.H.) -- Questions surround the return of a teenage girl who disappeared on her walk home from school nine months ago.
(NEW YORK) -- Seems like Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former movie star and Republican governor of California, and Chuck Schumer, the long-time Democratic senator from New York, wouldn't have much in common.
(NEW YORK) -- An up-and-coming New York D.J. happens to be the nephew of the vice president.
(WASHINGTON) -- Legendary moonwalker Buzz Aldrin may have been “out of town” when the world celebrated Apollo 11's lunar landing, but he marked the anniversary on Tuesday with a presidential handshake and a meeting in the Oval Office -- the same spot from whence President Nixon made that famous interplanetary telephone call to the moon 45 years ago.
(WASHINGTON) -- Federal labor officials told lawmakers Tuesday that they have notified dozens of coal workers they should re-apply for black lung benefits because their claims were denied in part based on medical reviews by a controversial Johns Hopkins physician.
(NEW YORK) -- WHO’S ON THE BALLOT?