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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Writer John Nichols, best known for his populist novel “The Milagro Beanfield War," has died. Nichols died Monday at home in Taos, New Mexico, amid declining health linked to a long-term heart condition, said daughter Tania Harris of Albuquerque. Nichols won early recognition with the 1965 publication of his offbeat love story “The Sterile Cuckoo,” later made into a movie starring Liza Minnelli. Political Cartoons View All 1270 Images“My sense it that he wrote that as a valentine to northern New Mexico. Nichols' published works include at least 13 novels along with nonfiction ranging from collected essays, original photography, a chronicle of his parents' early life and more.
Persons: John Nichols, Nichols, Monday, Tania Harris, Albuquerque, , Liza Minnelli, , Robert Redford, Rubén Blades, Christopher Walken, valentine, Stephen Hull, ” “, ” Hull Organizations: SANTA FE, University of New, University of New Mexico Press Locations: SANTA, Taos , New Mexico, Connecticut, New York, New York City, New Mexico, Truchas , New Mexico, Taos, Chama, University of New Mexico
The fatal “Rust” shooting offered a vivid reminder that many of the guns used on film sets are real. Sometimes they are loaded with blanks — cartridges with gunpowder but no projectiles — that produce a loud bang and a flash when fired. But while live ammunition is almost always banned on sets, real guns can of course also be loaded with real bullets, which is what happened in 2021 on the day Ms. Hutchins was killed. But since “Rust,” many armorers, who are responsible for firearms safety on sets, have seen opportunities dwindle, several said in interviews. And demand has increased for alternatives to real guns.
Persons: Baldwin, Hutchins, Mary Carmack, Altwies, , “ Priscilla, Priscilla, Elvis Presley, “ Napoleon, , Steven Leek, “ Rust, “ Golda, Helen Mirren, Golda Meir, Dwayne Johnson, Guy Ritchie, Rebecca West, Ben Affleck Organizations: Newsweek Locations: Santa Fe County, , Britain, Afghanistan
North Korea said it placed its first spy satellite in orbit on Tuesday. South Korea's military said North Korea's military reconnaissance satellite was believed to have entered orbit, but it would take time to assess whether it was operating normally. Critics have said the pact weakened South Korea's ability to monitor the North's near the border while North Korea had violated the agreement. South Korea said it was suspending a clause in the agreement and resuming aerial surveillance near the border. North Korea had notified Japan of a satellite launch after two failed attempts to put what it called spy satellites into orbit this year.
Persons: Kim, Kim Jong Un, KCNA, Adrienne Watson, Jonathan McDowell, Shin Won, sik, Kim Jong, Shin, Yoon Suk Yeol, Yoon, Moon Jae, Critics, Carl Vinson, U.N, Antonio Guterres, Vladimir Putin, Hong Min, Hyunsu Yim, hyang Choi, Josh Smith, Hyonhee Shin, Joyce Lee, Liz Lee, Satoshi Sugiyama, Ed Davies, Jack Kim, Gerry Doyle, Alex Richardson, Kim Coghill Organizations: Reuters, KCNA, REUTERS Acquire, North, ., U.S, Andersen Air Force Base, Pentagon, . National Security, Harvard – Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, U.S . Space Force, South Korea's Defence, National Security, South Korean, Korea's Defence, Korea Institute for National Unification, South, U.S ., Thomson Locations: North Gyeongsang Province, North Korea, Korea, South Korea, SEOUL, United States, . North Korea, Pyongyang, Pacific, Guam, U.S, South, Britain, North, Santa Fe, Korean, Japan, China, North Korea's, RUSSIA, Russian, Russia, Minwoo, Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Nov 20 (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators said Monday they had opened a probe into 16 separate recalls issued by Hyundai (005380.KS) and Kia (000270.KS) covering 6.4 million vehicles relating to brake fluid leaks that could result in fires. The automakers said internal brake fluid leaks can cause an electrical short that could lead to a fire. Kia said the Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU) in the vehicles may experience an electrical short as a result of brake fluid leaks. Hyundai said the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) module may leak brake fluid internally and cause an electrical short. The September recall covered 1.73 million Kia Borrego, Cadenza, Forte, Sportage, K900, Optima, Soul Rio, Sorento and Rondo vehicles from various model years for each vehicle from 2010 through 2017.
Persons: Andrew Kelly, Kia, Kia Borrego, Forte, Sportage, David Shepardson, Bernadette Baum, Louise Heavens Organizations: Hyundai Motor, New York, REUTERS, Rights, Hyundai, Kia, Korean, Control, Traffic Safety Administration, Tucson Fuel Cell, Santa Fe Sport, Thomson Locations: Manhattan , New York City, U.S, KS, United States, Santa Fe, Veracruz, Tucson
Soon you’ll be able to buy a Hyundai on Amazon
  + stars: | 2023-11-16 | by ( Peter Valdes-Dapena | )   time to read: +3 min
People will be able to shop for Hyundai vehicles on Amazon through an agreement with the South Korean automaker. Laws in most US states protect auto dealerships from automakers who might want to sell directly to consumers. Amazon customers will be able to search dealership inventories through the Amazon website, see pricing for vehicles, and click a button to initiate a purchase. This arrangement was announced as part of a package of deals between Hyundai and Amazon, including that Amazon will provide data storage for Hyundai and that future Hyundai models will include the Alexa voice assistant. Hyundai dealers won’t have to participate in the program, but can opt-in.
Persons: you’ve, Tesla, “ It’s, , Jessica Caldwell,, Caldwell, Jose Muñoz, Mike Sullivan, weren’t, “ I’ve, ” Sullivan Organizations: CNN, Hyundai, South Korean, Hyundai Santa Fe,, Los Angeles Auto Show, Hyundai Santa Monica Locations: Hyundai Santa
The footage was recorded days before Baldwin's prop gun fired a live round of ammunition on set, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. It isn't clear how much of the footage prosecutors reviewed or whether they reviewed any of the five videos. It is so far the most substantive film footage of Baldwin acting scenes and firing prop guns on the set of "Rust." The third video shows Baldwin in character repeatedly firing a prop gun before he runs out of dummy rounds. In the fourth and fifth videos, Baldwin stops filming to check on the safety of the crew.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Baldwin, hasn't, Kari Morrissey —, Jason Lewis —, Morrissey, Luke Nikas, Alex Spiro didn't, Nikas, Spiro, Prosecutors haven't, Dave Halls, Halls, George Stephanopoulos, Hannah Gutierrez, Reed Organizations: NBC News, Rust Movie, NBC, Prosecutors, Sheriff's, ABC News, CNN Locations: New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Prosecutors are preparing to present evidence to a grand jury against Alec Baldwin in the fatal 2021 shooting of a cinematographer on the set of a Western movie in New Mexico. A grand jury did not take up the case Thursday and a decision on whether to revive criminal charges against Baldwin still could be weeks away. They later pivoted after receiving a new analysis of the gun and will ask a grand jury to consider recharging Baldwin. NEXT STEPSA grand jury could weigh whether there is “probable cause” to bring charges against Baldwin as the target of the investigation. A case can’t be brought twice before a grand jury on the same evidence, so if they don't proceed this time a second grand jury is less likely.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Baldwin, , , Halyna Hutchins, Joel Souza, “ Rust, armorer Hannah Gutierrez, Reed, Neama, Gutierrez, Rahmani, he's, ” Rahmani, Baldwin —, Lucien Haag, Kari Morrissey, Jason Lewis, Hutchins, David Halls Organizations: SANTA FE, — Prosecutors, Baldwin, West, Trial, NBC, FBI, Forensic Science Services Locations: SANTA, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, Southern California, Arizona, Malibu
CNN —A series of videos exclusively obtained by NBC News show actor Alec Baldwin handling at least one prop gun during filming of the movie “Rust,” days before a deadly on-set shooting. The new videos are among dozens requested from Rust Movie Productions LLC by special prosecutors in the spring, NBC reported. CNN has reached out to attorneys for Baldwin and prosecutors for comment but has not heard back. His attorneys told CNN in October they will address the case in court. “It is unfortunate that a terrible tragedy has been turned into this misguided prosecution,” Baldwin’s attorneys, Luke Nikas and Alex Spiro, told CNN in a statement.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Baldwin, Halyna Hutchins, Joel Souza, , Luke Nikas, Alex Spiro Organizations: CNN, NBC News, Rust Movie, NBC Locations: Mexico, New Mexico, Santa Fe
The logo of Hyundai Motor Company is pictured at the New York International Auto Show, in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., April 13, 2022. Hyundai Motor Group also plans higher wages at its electric-vehicle factory in the U.S. state of Georgia that will open in 2025. Hyundai said that wages are being raised so that the company can "remain competitive and ... recruit and retain top talent." Honda's pay hike was announced after Toyota said it was raising the wages of its nonunion U.S. factory workers. UAW workers are now in the process of voting on whether to ratify those contracts.
Persons: Andrew Kelly, Santa Cruz, Honda, Joe Biden, unionize Tesla, David Shepardson, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Hyundai Motor, New York, REUTERS, Hyundai, United Auto Workers, Detroit Three automakers, Toyota, Honda, U.S, UAW, General Motors, Ford Motor, Chrysler, Detroit, Hyundai Motor Group, Illinois, Thomson Locations: Manhattan , New York City, U.S, KS, Alabama, Korean, U.S ., Georgia, Santa Fe , Tucson, Santa, Montgomery , Alabama, Washington, Bengaluru
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles motorists should expect traffic snarls during the Monday commute as crews assess how much damage was caused by a raging fire over the weekend that closed a major elevated interstate near downtown, officials said. Commuters were urged to work from home or take public transportation into downtown Los Angeles. Newsom declared a state of emergency Saturday afternoon and directed the state Department of Transportation to request assistance from the federal government. Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass said she had also talked with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg about any additional resources that may be needed. California Secretary of Transportation Toks Omishakin said storage yards under highways are common statewide and across the country.
Persons: Gavin Newsom, ” Newsom, Kristin Crowley, Newsom, Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass, Transportation Pete Buttigieg, , Transportation Toks, Bass Organizations: ANGELES, Gov, Patrol, Flames, Department of Transportation, Los Angeles Mayor, U.S, Transportation, Sunday Locations: Los Angeles, Alameda Street, Santa Fe, California
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles motorists should expect traffic snarls indefinitely as crews assess how much damage was caused by a raging fire that closed a major elevated interstate near downtown, officials said Sunday. Commuters were urged to work from home or take public transportation into downtown Los Angeles. Newsom declared a state of emergency Saturday afternoon and directed the state Department of Transportation to request assistance from the federal government. California Secretary of Transportation Toks Omishakin said storage yards under highways are common statewide and across the country. At least 16 homeless people living underneath the highway were evacuated and brought to shelters, Mayor Karen Bass said.
Persons: Gavin Newsom, ” Newsom, Kristin M, Crowley, Newsom, , Transportation Toks, Karen Bass, Bass Organizations: ANGELES, Gov, Patrol, Flames, Fire, Department of Transportation, Sunday, Transportation Locations: Los Angeles, Alameda Street, Santa Fe, California
All lanes in a nearly two-mile stretch of Interstate 10 will be closed until further notice, Caltrans, the state’s transportation department, confirmed on Sunday. The section is what one official called one of the “largest arteries” going in and out of downtown Los Angeles, just west of the East Los Angeles Interchange, where several freeways come together. About 300,000 vehicles use the freeway for daily commuting between Los Angeles and Orange County, Calif., Gov. And it is a major conduit connecting Southern California ports to the rest of the country, carrying about 20,000 trucks daily. While Interstate 10 remains closed between Alameda Street and Santa Fe Avenue, officials said that people planning to travel to and from downtown Los Angeles should plan for delays and check for alternative routes.
Persons: Gavin Newsom Organizations: Caltrans, East Los Angeles Locations: Los Angeles, Orange County, Calif, Southern California, Alameda Street, Santa Fe
This time, it hinges on Los Angeles' new mansion tax, which impacts homes sold for over $5 million. She added of the city's mansion tax, "This is a very reasonable and equitable way to generate some resources that can support those needs." Unintended consequences of a mansion taxColloquially known as a mansion tax, United to House LA (Measure ULA) passed in November 2022 with 58% support. Shane Phillips, a UCLA housing researcher whose work helped inspire LA's mansion tax, is worried about the mansion tax depressing new development, particularly of multi-family buildings. Phillips argued that if the law is tweaked to exempt first-time sales, the mansion tax "will unquestionably do more good than harm."
Persons: , Mary Fitzgerald, Nicole Young, Jason Oppenheim, It's, Oppenheim, — aren't, Mari Castaldi, Karen Bass, Shane Phillips, Phillips, that's, Billy Rose, you'll, Rose, doesn't, Castaldi, Phillips isn't Organizations: Service, Netflix, Oppenheim Group, realtors, California Association of Realtors, Budget, House, LA Times, UCLA, Agency Locations: Angeles, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, Massachusetts, Chicago, Santa Fe, California, LA
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, talks to people during a launch event in Cupertino, California, U.S., September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Stephen Lam/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsMEXICO CITY, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday due to a possible stroke, Mexican media outlets reported, but a TMZ report citing sources suggested the illness was potentially a less serious bout of vertigo. Event organizers did not immediately respond to a request for comment. U.S. media outlet TMZ, citing sources with direct knowledge, reported that Wozniak finished his speech but then told his wife he was "feeling strange". Individuals affiliated with Wozniak's website did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Steve Wozniak, Stephen Lam, Wozniak, Steve Jobs,, Anthony Esposito, Valentine Hilaire, Daniel Trotta, David Alire Garcia, Shri Navaratnam Organizations: Apple, REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, Reuters, TMZ, Apple Computer, Thomson Locations: Cupertino , California, U.S, MEXICO, Mexico City, Mexican, Santa Fe, California
Santa Fe voted overwhelmingly for a new tax on homes sold for more than $1 million. The new 3% tax will fund affordable housing construction and maintenance. The vote indicates strong support for so-called "mansion taxes" across the country. Several other major cities and states have proposed or recently passed mansion taxes, or some other tax increase to fund affordable housing. Seattle voted on Tuesday to triple its property tax that funds affordable housing and aids low-income tenants.
Persons: , who've, Alan Webber, We've, It's Organizations: Santa Fe, Service, Fe, Fe's Democratic, ABC News, Seattle, Solutions, New York State, Voters Locations: Santa, New Mexico, Fe, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, Cincinnati , Ohio
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of the technology company Apple, speaks on stage at Deutsche Telekom's Digital X conference. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday due to a possible stroke, Mexican media outlets reported. The 73-year-old scientist and tech entrepreneur was scheduled to participate in a World Business Forum event in the Mexican capital's Santa Fe neighborhood. Wozniak had been set to speak at the conference at 4:20 p.m. local time. Reuters could not immediately confirm the reports that Wozniak had been hospitalized.
Persons: Steve Wozniak, Wozniak Organizations: Apple, Deutsche Telekom's Digital, Reuters Locations: Mexico City, Mexican, Santa Fe
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Voters have approved a tax on mansions to pay for affordable housing initiatives in New Mexico's capital city of Santa Fe. Tuesday's vote signals newfound public support for so-called mansion taxes to fund affordable housing and stave off homelessness. The buyer would pay $6,000 to the city’s affordable housing trust fund. Santa Fe voters previously shied away from prominent tax initiatives, rejecting a 1% tax on high-end home sales in 2009 and defeating a tax on sugary drinks to expand early childhood education in 2017. The Santa Fe Association of Realtors has filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking the tax, arguing that it the city overstepped its authority under state law.
Organizations: SANTA FE, , Voters, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Association of Realtors Locations: SANTA, New Mexico's, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, Chicago, Santa
Chaos erupted at the gathering as a single shot was fired in events recorded by bystanders' cell phones and a surveillance camera. The appeal of the detention order argues that bail was denied arbitrarily in a decision that stems from “false narratives” and insufficient evidence. Prosecutors say they expect the pretrial detention order to be upheld. Lidyard authorized a trial and denied bail for Martinez after nearly five hours of court testimony and a review of video evidence. Lidyard also highlighted testimony that Martinez appeared to be converting semi-automatic guns at home into automatic weapons.
Persons: Ryan David Martinez, Juan de Oñate, Martinez, , , Nicole Moss, Ray Marshall, , “ Mr, Jason Lidyard, Nathan Lederman, Mr, Lauren Rodriguez, Lidyard, expletives, Jacob Johns, Johns, John Day, Judge Lidyard Organizations: SANTA FE, New, Prosecutors, U.S . Federal Locations: SANTA, New Mexico, American, Spanish, Sandia, Española, Rio Grande, Santa Fe, Spokane , Washington
Some landowners had put up concertina wire and other barriers to keep people from floating or wading in the river. The counts listed in the complaint include depriving the public of access to the Pecos River and public nuisance. In that case, the court said the constitution and pre-statehood law established a right for the public to fish, boat and engage in other forms of recreation in public water. In its 2022 opinion, the court addressed whether the right to recreational access and fishing in public water also allowed the public the right to touch privately owned land below those waters. While finding that walking and wading on the privately owned beds beneath public water was reasonably necessary for fishing or recreational activities, the court also stressed that the public "may neither trespass on privately owned land to access public water, nor trespass on privately owned land from public water.”
Persons: Raúl Torrez, ” Torrez, Erik Briones, John, , Briones, Torrez Organizations: New, Adobe, of New, New Mexico, Coalition, Colorado Supreme Locations: ALBUQUERQUE, N.M, Pecos, New Mexico, Santa Fe, of New Mexico, Chama, Colorado
And yet only one-in-seven local families with substance-exposed newborns accepts referrals to addiction treatment, the study found. Political Cartoons View All 1223 ImagesHome visiting services for infants reaches about 50 families out of about 1,300 each year that receive state-mandated plans of care for substance-exposed newborns. Even when families do accept services, the study cited obstacles to monitoring and tracking long-term participation — which is not required by law. Other states including Arizona require child protective services to monitor progress and participation when referrals are made for substance-exposed infants. The new approach to substance-exposed newborns was enacted by New Mexico lawmakers in 2019 at the outset of Gov.
Persons: New Mexico's, , evaluators, , Ryan Tolman, Michelle Lujan Grisham’s, Michelle Lujan, Teresa Casados, “ That’s, ” Casados, Leslie Hayes, Española, , Hayes Organizations: SANTA FE, New, Gov, Families Department, El Centro Family Health, Rio Arriba Health Locations: SANTA, New Mexico, Arizona, Illinois, Rio Arriba
Tomas... Acquire Licensing Rights Read moreBUENOS AIRES, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Argentina's farmers, some of the world's most important producers of soy, corn, wheat and beef, have some strong views on the country's polarized presidential election finalists: untrustworthy and unreliable. Sara Gardiol, president of the Confederation of Rural Associations of farm province Santa Fe, said that statements from both appeared to be little more than empty words. "It is a very difficult moment for Argentina, but critical situations can also provide opportunities," he said. "I hope that this opportunity allows us to recalibrate things, to talk with the different actors, but also to make sure things are clear and concrete." Reporting by Maximilian Heath; Editing by Adam Jourdan and Marguerita ChoyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Sergio Massa, Javier Milei, Tomas, Patricia Bullrich, Horacio Deciancio, Massa, Deciancio, Sara Gardiol, Carlos Achetoni, Maximilian Heath, Adam Jourdan, Marguerita Choy Organizations: por la Patria, La Libertad, National University of Santiago, Sunday, Peronist, Business, of Rural, Argentine Agrarian Federation, FAA, Thomson Locations: Argentina, National University of Santiago del Estero, Santiago del Estero, BUENOS AIRES, San Vicente, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe
White Sands officials warned online that the wait to enter the gates could be as long as two hours. Visitors also are being warned to come prepared as Trinity Site is in a remote area with limited Wi-Fi and no cell service or restrooms. Scientists and military officials established a secret city in Los Alamos during the 1940s and tested their work at the Trinity Site some 200 miles (322 kilometers) away. While the lore surrounding the atomic bomb has become pop culture fodder, it was part of a painful reality for residents who lived downwind of Trinity Site. The notoriety from “Oppenheimer” has been embraced in Los Alamos, more than 200 miles (321 kilometers) north of the Tularosa Basin.
Persons: Christopher Nolan's, “ Oppenheimer, Willy Wonka's, White, J, Robert Oppenheimer, filmgoers, Barbie, Lois Lipman, , , “ Oppenheimer ” Organizations: Historic Landmark, White, White Sands, Visitors, Trinity, U.S, Union of Concerned, Santa Fe, Alamos National Laboratory, Oppenheimer Locations: New Mexico, Manhattan, Los Alamos, Trinity, Tularosa
Through the Denver Basic Income Project, they received $6,500 up front and $500 monthly for a year. These payments helped them rent an apartment, buy a car, and improve their mental health, they said. How basic income worksOver the course of a year, the Denver Basic Income Project gives participants cash payments of varying amounts. The Denver Basic Income Project began in 2021 and was granted a $2 million contribution from the city. AdvertisementAdvertisementBroncucia and Searls participated in the Denver Basic Income Project.
Persons: Dia Broncucia, Justin Searls, , Broncucia, Searls, Mark Donovan, Armando Generyo, Donovan Organizations: Income, Service, University of Denver's, Housing, Homelessness Research, Social Security Disability Insurance Locations: Denver, San Francisco, New York, Santa Fe , New Mexico, Vancouver , British Columbia
(Reuters) - Hurricane Norma has slightly weakened but remains a major storm poised to deliver heavy rainfall and flooding to the popular tourist coast of Mexico's Baja California peninsula over the next few days, the National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said on Friday. A gradual weakening is anticipated over the next few days, but Norma is forecast to still be a hurricane when it approaches the southern portion of Baja California Sur, said the NHC. Mexico's government has issued tropical storm warnings for various areas, including La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, and extending north from Todos Santos to the Santa Fe district. The hurricane center predicts that these regions will experience tropical storm conditions within a 36-hour time frame. The storm could result in up to 15 inches (38 cm) of rain in parts of Baja California, potentially causing flooding and landslides.
Persons: Norma, La, Natalia Siniawski, Deborah Kyvrikosaios Organizations: Reuters, National Hurricane Centre, NHC, La Paz, Todos Santos, US Locations: Mexico's Baja California, Baja California Sur, Todos, Santa Fe, Baja California
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Special prosecutors are seeking to recharge actor Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the set of a Western movie in 2021, describing Tuesday their preparations to present new information to a grand jury. Political Cartoons View All 1211 ImagesAttorneys for Baldwin said the latest move by prosecutors is misguided. Special prosecutors initially dismissed an involuntary manslaughter charge against Baldwin in April, saying they were informed the gun might have been modified before the shooting and malfunctioned. The weapons supervisor on the movie set, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter and evidence tampering in the case. In the revived case against Baldwin, a grand jury would “determine whether probable cause exists to bind Baldwin over on criminal charges,” special prosecutors said.
Persons: Alec Baldwin, Kari Morrissey, Jason Lewis, they’ll, Halyna Hutchins, Baldwin, Joel Souza, , ” Morrissey, Lewis, ” Baldwin, , Luke Nikas, Alex Spiro, Baldwin —, Lucien Haag, Hannah Gutierrez, Reed, “ Rust, David Halls, Hutchins, “ Rust ”, Matthew Hutchins, Andrew Dalton, Susan Montoya Bryan Organizations: SANTA FE, , FBI, Forensic Science Services, Authorities, Associated Press Locations: SANTA, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Mexico, Arizona, Italian, Montana, Los Angeles, Albuquerque , New Mexico
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