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Jeremy Romero makes his way around an Albuquerque rehab center on Sept. 11. He cannot walk yet without the help of braces and a walker, and he has to lift himself up with his upper body and swing his legs forward to make progress. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Officer determined to overcome twist of fate

Had Jeremy Romero never blown the whistle on his fellow state Department of Public Safety agent for allegedly patronizing prostitutes, the Corrales officer reflected during a physical therapy appointment last week, he might still be among the elite squad of law enforcement investigators.

Jeremy Romero makes his way around an Albuquerque rehab center on Sept. 11. He cannot walk yet without the help of braces and a walker, and he has to lift himself up with his upper body and swing his legs forward to make progress. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Officer determined to overcome twist of fate

Had Jeremy Romero never blown the whistle on his fellow state Department of Public Safety agent for allegedly patronizing prostitutes, the Corrales officer reflected during a physical therapy appointment last week, he might still be among the elite squad of law enforcement investigators.

Water main breaks in Taos

TAOS – Water service was restored to much of Taos at noon Friday after a water main break left portions of the town without water for about 18 hours Thursday night and Friday morning

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'Climate change changes everything'

The climate crisis is worsening faster than predicted, by every scientific measure, and is paralleled by another crisis: the failure of the U.N. climate negotiation process.

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