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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Aaron Williamson
Authorities say an Albuquerque man has died after his vehicle struck a utility pole.
Federal marshals shot a wanted felon Tuesday morning in southwest Albuquerque, sparking a small protest in a city already tense over recent shootings by Albuquerque officers, authorities said.
A school bus driver in Albuquerque is accused of unsafe driving.
Authorities say a 37-year-old man is facing charges in connection with an Albuquerque-area shoplifting ring.
A teenage boy fatally shot two adults and three children at a home near Albuquerque, authorities said Sunday.
Sgt. Aaron Williamson says the man was conscious and alert as he was being taken to University of New Mexico Hospital.
Williamson says deputies closed Osuna Road and Edith Boulevard while they conducted their investigation.