• Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. featured in Forbes

    Bow and Arrow Brewing Co. featured in Forbes
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local brewing company created by two Native American women is getting national attention once again. Shyla Sheppard and Missy Begay founded the Bow and Arrow Brewing Company in Albuquerque back in 2016.Now, their company is being featured in Forbes Magazine as a place to visit when coming to Albuquerque. Just last year, the duo was recognized at the American History Museum in Washington D.C. and they got a subtle shoutout in the Canadian series “Letterken
  • US prison populations down 8% amid coronavirus outbreak

    US prison populations down 8% amid coronavirus outbreak
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Stephanie Parris was finishing a two-year prison sentence for a probation violation when she heard she’d be going home three weeks early because of COVID-19.It made her feel bad to leave when she had so few days left at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women. She said she wasn’t sick and there were no cases at the facility. But there were others still inside who could have used the reprieve.“I would have helped someone who had nine or 10 months, s
  • Join White Sands scientists for ‘MothaPalooza’

    Join White Sands scientists for ‘MothaPalooza’
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – White Sands is showcasing some of its moths that do not live anywhere else in the world. Moths and other species at the national park are well known for their unique adaptations with some evolving white to blend into their environment.
    Starting Saturday for National Moth Week, the park will host ‘Mothapalooza’ including a podcast on the park’s Facebook page about the moth’s importance to the ecosystem as well as pictures of the unusual creatures.
  • Bernalillo County Metro Court names new chief judge

    Bernalillo County Metro Court names new chief judge
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Bernalillo County Metro Court has a new judge in charge. The honorable Maria Dominguez is taking over from Chief Judge Sandra Engel, who is stepping down at the end of the month.Judge Dominguez is known for presiding over the outreach court for the homeless as well as her role in revitalizing a program aimed at helping Native Americans struggling with substance abuse.
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  • New Mexico Civil Guard plans to run members in state sheriff’s races

    New Mexico Civil Guard plans to run members in state sheriff’s races
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A highly controversial self-proclaimed militia group plans to put its members up for elected positions in New Mexico. The New Mexico Civil Guard who call themselves constitutionalists, say their members are planning to run for sheriff in Bernalillo, Santa Fe, and Dona Ana Counties.They told KRQE News 13 they want to oust what they call ‘unconstitutional sheriffs.’ The Civil Guard has been seen at Black Lives Matter protests, carrying guns and vocally support
  • Suspect in guinea pig hoarding case deemed mentally unfit for trial, court ordering animals be returned to owner

    Suspect in guinea pig hoarding case deemed mentally unfit for trial, court ordering animals be returned to owner
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Animal Welfare says it has to return dozens of guinea pigs to a man accused of hoarding them. Meanwhile, animal advocates say the animals’ lives are at risk.Back in March, the department started investigating after a man continued to bring guinea pigs in for care over the course of 14 months. According to court documents, about 30 were brought in either dying or already dead. Animal officers issued a warrant. They say they found dirty cages fill
  • Number of laid-off workers seeking jobless aid stuck at 1.3M

    Number of laid-off workers seeking jobless aid stuck at 1.3M
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of laid-off workers seeking unemployment benefits remained stuck at 1.3 million last week, an historically high level that indicates many companies are still cutting jobs as the viral outbreak intensifies.The elevated level of applications for jobless aid is occurring as new confirmed cases of coronavirus are spiking across much of the Sunbelt, threatening to weaken the economic recovery. Case counts are rising in 40 states and 22 states have either paused or r
  • Experts say Twitter breach troubling, undermines trust

    Experts say Twitter breach troubling, undermines trust
    HONG KONG (AP) — A breach in Twitter’s security that allowed hackers to break into the accounts of leaders and technology moguls is one of the worst attacks in recent years and may shake trust in a platform politicians and CEOs use to communicate with the public, experts said Thursday.
    The ruse discovered Wednesday included bogus tweets from Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Mike Bloomberg and a number of tech billionaires including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and T
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  • Black UK protester statue removed from pedestal in Bristol

    Black UK protester statue removed from pedestal in Bristol
    BRISTOL, England (AP) — Officials in the English city of Bristol on Thursday removed a statue of a Black Lives Matter activist that was installed on a pedestal once occupied by a monument to a 17th-century slave trader.Artist Marc Quinn created the resin and steel likeness of Jen Reid, a protester photographed standing on the pedestal after demonstrators pulled down the statue of Edward Colston and dumped it in Bristol’s harbor on June 7.It was erected before dawn on Wednesday withou
  • Tre Watson picks Fresno State for college football

    Tre Watson picks Fresno State for college football
    RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Cleveland High star receiver Tre Watson had a double digit amount of offers to choose where he would attend college. Watson chose Fresno State Wednesday. He didn’t want to wait any longer and thought it would be wise to wrap things up because of COVID-19.
    “I chose Fresno State because the relationships I built with the coach and how they built a relationship with my parents, just unreal,” said Watson. “The head coach called my parents
  • US executes 2nd man in a week; lawyers said he had dementia

    US executes 2nd man in a week; lawyers said he had dementia
    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — The United States on Thursday carried out its second federal execution this week, killing by lethal injection a Kansas man whose lawyers contended he had dementia and was unfit to be executed.
    Wesley Ira Purkey was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. Purkey was convicted of kidnapping and killing a 16-year-old girl before dismembering, burning and dumping her body in a septic pond. He also was convicted in a state court in Kans
  • Espanola residents push back on drug rehab facility

    Espanola residents push back on drug rehab facility
    ESPAÑOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s a New Mexico community that could use a brand new drug treatment center, but it’s where the City and the County want to put the facility that has neighbors fighting the project. Crews are remodeling the old nursing home off Calle Hacienda Street in Espanola to make room for a new drug rehab facility called ‘Darrin’s Place,’ but the change is not welcomed by all.
    “We just have a lot of upset people,” said Esp
  • Detectives reveal disturbing evidence in Sasha Krause murder case

    Detectives reveal disturbing evidence in Sasha Krause murder case
    FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) – Detectives investigating the murder of New Mexico school teacher Sasha Krause said they uncovered disturbing evidence in the case. On a Friday in late February, a woman drove to the sunset crater visitor’s center, about 20 miles out of Flagstaff Arizona.
    She reported that she was gathering firewood and stumbled upon a body near her campsite.
    Deputies who went to investigate described a chilling scene. The found a woman’s body in the brush and
  • Auditor seeks probe of Albuquerque police overtime ‘abuse’

    Auditor seeks probe of Albuquerque police overtime ‘abuse’
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s state auditor is seeking an investigation into what he calls potential criminal activity around overtime abuse within Albuquerque police.State Auditor Brian Colón said Wednesday he asked New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas to join him with a probe into the state’s largest police department amid accusations of abuse.Without giving details, Colón also said he has designated the city of Albuquerque for a special audit to
  • Sports Desk: NMAA says it will have enough officials for amended schedule

    Sports Desk: NMAA says it will have enough officials for amended schedule
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Football and soccer are scheduled for February of 2021 for New Mexico high school sports. It’s only one part of the changes made by the New Mexico Activities Association during these days of COVID-19. Another change is basketball starting in January.
    Six more sports will play in the spring. More than likely there will be overlap. Coaches with athletes that play multiple sports going at the same time will have to be flexible. The changes also mean more game of
  • Atomic anniversary brings US nuclear official to New Mexico

    Atomic anniversary brings US nuclear official to New Mexico
    NEW MEXICO (AP) — The 2030 deadline set by the U.S. government to resume and ramp up production of the plutonium cores used in the nation’s nuclear arsenal is nothing short of challenging, but the head of the National Nuclear Security Administration said Wednesday she’s confident her agency can do it.Administrator Lisa Gordon-Hagerty spoke with The Associated Press during a stop in New Mexico. The visit coincides with the 75th anniversary of the Trinity Test, which marked the w
  • Michael Vigil takes oath as New Mexico chief justice

    Michael Vigil takes oath as New Mexico chief justice
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Justice Michael Vigil has taken over as New Mexico’s top judge. Vigil was sworn in for a two-year term as chief justice on Wednesday after he was selected by his colleagues on the five-member New Mexico Supreme Court.“I am honored and humbled by the confidence my colleagues have placed in me to lead the Judiciary during the midst of a deadly pandemic,” Chief Justice Vigil said in a press release Wednesday. “There is much to be done, but my firs
  • La Plata County resident tests positive for plague

    La Plata County resident tests positive for plague
    DURANGO, Colo. (KRQE) – A resident in the Durango area has tested positive for septicemic plague. Health officials didn’t say how the resident got infected but that person has recovered. The septicemic plague is less common than the bubonic plague and is usually contracted from flea bites or handling infected animals. It is not transmitted from human to human. This is the first case of human plague in La Plata County since 2014.New Mexico Coronavirus Resource GuideTracking Coron
  • Spaceport America CEO accused of abusing his authority

    Spaceport America CEO accused of abusing his authority
    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – We are learning more about why the Spaceport America CEO was put on paid administrative leave about a month ago. The state is investigating a complaint against Dan Hicks for “gross mismanagement and abuse of authority.”In a whistleblower complaint from June, Chief Financial Officer Zach De Gregorio, who has since resigned, is accusing Hicks of pressuring him to “bend the rules,” compromising internal controls when it comes to finances.
  • Albuquerque apartment complex racks up health, safety violations

    Albuquerque apartment complex racks up health, safety violations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A southeast Albuquerque apartment complex is trashed, crime-ridden, and overrun by the homeless. Now, the property owner has until the end of the month to clean it up or go to court.The Rising Phoenix Apartments has been a problem property for years and was slapped with health and safety housing code violations in May according to the Nuisance Abatement Agreement signed by the city and the property owner. Six weeks later, people say the apartments are still
  • State pushes back reinstating unemployment requirements to help workers affected by COVID-19

    State pushes back reinstating unemployment requirements to help workers affected by COVID-19
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Some employees may not feel safe at their job during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Workforce Solutions is holding off on reinstating some unemployment requirements to help them out, putting more responsibility on businesses to have COVID-safe practices.
    Typically, anyone who quits a job is not eligible for unemployment benefits. The department is extending a change, which a spokesperson said was made in March, which allows eligibility to someone w
  • APS Teacher’s Federation raises concerns over return to school

    APS Teacher’s Federation raises concerns over return to school
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Teacher’s Federation is calling for online classes only at least through Labor Day. The union took that stand in response to a survey of local teachers most of whom said it is too soon to return to in-person classes. Teachers expressed concern about the staff and student safety, PPE availability and sick leave. They say they would rather start online, move to a hybrid model on September 8 if it’s safe and then work out a move to i
  • UNM student starts petition to lower tuition amid COVID-19 pandemic

    UNM student starts petition to lower tuition amid COVID-19 pandemic
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – As the University of New Mexico students prepare for the fall semester, there are many uncertainties, and because things probably won’t be back to normal some students are asking for a tuition break. UNM is currently a ghost town, but come next month when classes are expected to start, it might not look too different, especially if COVID cases continue to rise.“The students are in need. We’re going to be receiving so many less resources tha
  • Kohl’s to require customers to wear face coverings starting July 20

    Kohl’s to require customers to wear face coverings starting July 20
    MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (KCAU) – Kohl’s will be requiring its customers to wear face coverings starting on Monday, July 20. The retail store chain said it considers the health and safety of its customers a top priority. Officials said they have a number of measures in place to prioritize the health and safety of their customers and associates.“Our associates have been, and will continue to be, required to wear masks while working in our stores. We have also been adhering to appli
  • Food truck stolen in Roswell

    Food truck stolen in Roswell
    ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – A food truck owner is wondering what to do now after his trailer was stolen. Papa’s Kitchen owner Anthony Keenan says Tuesday someone stole the truck right from his home. He had only been in business for about a year. Keenan says the thief took away his only way to make a living.“It’s like somebody tore my heart out, it’s not a good feeling cause I don’t know you know how I’m going to pay my bills now,” said Keenan. If y
  • Dozens of workers receive checks after wage theft ruling

    Dozens of workers receive checks after wage theft ruling
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Dozens of New Mexico workers received a check after federal officials ruled they were victims of wage theft. Back in December, 76 former and current employees of The Cleaning Authority claimed they were robbed of years of overtime. The Department of Labor ruled in their favor and Wednesday they were able to pick up their checks that recuperated their lost wages, a big help during this difficult time.“Especially during this time we see domestic workers on the
  • Police identify suspect killed in Deming officer-involved shooting

    Police identify suspect killed in Deming officer-involved shooting
    DEMING, N.M. (KRQE) – We’re learning more about a deadly police shooting in Deming. According to state police, Deming Police officers were called out to a domestic disturbance Tuesday morning. They learned 28-year-old Julio Jaramillo had left the home and walked along South Grand Avenue where he encountered an individual outside talking on the phone and asked to borrow the phone and flashed a gun. Officers then tracked Jaramillo down to a Mexican restaurant on Poplar Street wher
  • Roosevelt County deputy accused of stealing evidence

    Roosevelt County deputy accused of stealing evidence
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A Roosevelt County deputy has been fired and charged amid allegations he stole evidence. The sheriff says he was made aware of about $8,000 of cash missing from the evidence vault back in January of 2019. The sheriff asked state police to investigate and says that investigation pointed to Deputy Christopher McCasland.
    The sheriff says when a warrant was conducted at his home they found items missing from crimes in another county where he worked as a police officer.
  • 2 Santa Fe School District contract employees test positive for coronavirus

    2 Santa Fe School District contract employees test positive for coronavirus
     SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) –  Santa Fe schools have announced two more COVID-19 cases which officials believe are a result of what these employees were doing in their off time. The district says two contract employees from the maintenance service system tested positive Wednesday morning. The superintendent says the cases are directly connected to the two initial cases of employees reported on Sunday and what she calls a tight social and familiar circle outside of work. She remin
  • New Mexico health officials, educators struggling to determine school re-entry plans

    New Mexico health officials, educators struggling to determine school re-entry plans
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Wednesday, July 15, is the deadline for schools across the state to submit their re-open plans to the New Mexico Public Education Department and health officials aren’t as optimistic for in-person learning as they were when COVID-19 cases were trending downward. KRQE News 13 spoke with the state’s top doctor and local educators about the issue. New Mexico’s Medical Advisory Team has been studying what’s happening in other countries as
  • Las Cruces Public Schools to start school year with remote classes

    Las Cruces Public Schools to start school year with remote classes
    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – Las Cruces Public Schools will begin the school year online only. The district planned to use a hybrid model with two days on in-person classes but with the number of cases growing in Dona Ana County, school board members expressed concerns about the plan. The superintendent agreed to opt for remote classes at least to start. The district will make sure students have what they need to access classes from home.Related Content:FAQ: New Mexico school Re-entry Pl
  • Santa Fe Public Schools planning 9 weeks of remote learning

    Santa Fe Public Schools planning 9 weeks of remote learning
     SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Santa Fe schools announced Wednesday that they plan to spend the first nine-week of the school year with remote learning only. The district says that is the plan they will present to the Public Education Department. The goal is to start the school year on August 20 and then slowly bring students back to the classroom in a hybrid model when infection rates fall significantly. They say parents who don’t want their students to return to in person will
  • Roswell Independent School District pushes back year by two weeks

    Roswell Independent School District pushes back year by two weeks
    ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) –  Roswell schools have pushed back the start of the year by two weeks. Tuesday night, the school board voted to resume classes on August 19. They were slated to being on August 5. The district hopes this will give them enough time to put safety measures in place and train teachers and students on the new procedures but some parents and teachers aren’t sure if that start date will stick or even if kids will even return to in-person classes at all this y
  • Photographer helps struggling Santa Fe restaurants

    Photographer helps struggling Santa Fe restaurants
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A New Mexico photographer is using his craft to help boost business for struggling local restaurants. Daniel Quat is offering free photo shoots for local Santa Fe restaurants as a part of the Elevate NM restaurant’s social media campaign, an effort led by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture. Quat says the goal of the hour-long sessions is to promote outdoor dining and delivery services for struggling local restaurants.“Because they are closed i
  • Congress considers adding cyber security position in the White House

    Congress considers adding cyber security position in the White House
    WASHINGTON D.C. (WCMH) — Some members of Congress say its time create a dedicated position within the White House to protect against cyberattacks.New York Representative Carolyn Maloney says the country’s adversaries have the U.S. in their digital sights.“China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea [are] waging a silent war capable of shutting down critical infrastructure,” Rep. Maloney said.On Wednesday, Maloney, along with members of the House Oversight Committee, warned about
  • WATCH NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan

    WATCH NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –The Albuquerque Public School Board is discussing the district’s re-entry plan.
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  • LIVE NOW: APS Board to discuss/approve school re-entry plan Wednesday

    LIVE NOW: APS Board to discuss/approve school re-entry plan Wednesday
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Wednesday, at the monthly Albuquerque Public School Board of Directors meeting, officials will be addressing the approval for the district-wide school re-entry plan and reviewing the re-entry assurances document they intend on submitting to the New Mexico Public Education Department. It is expected that there will be a fair amount of public comment on the topic during the virtual meeting.Also on the agenda:
    Consideration for Approval to Rescind the Four Percent Av
  • LIVE NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board reveals hybrid re-entry plan

    LIVE NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board reveals hybrid re-entry plan
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –The Albuquerque Public School Board is expected to approve the district’s re-entry plan. The board announced Wednesday night students will be on a hybrid schedule that includes both in classroom instruction and online learning. According to the plan as of now, all students will begin online on August 12 and the first group of students will go back to campus for in-person learning on August 25. Students will be divided alphabetically into two groups allowing
  • LIVE NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan

    LIVE NOW: Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –The Albuquerque Public School Board is expected to approve the district’s re-entry plan. The board announced Wednesday night students will be on a hybrid schedule that includes both in classroom instruction and online learning. According to the plan as of now, all students will begin online on August 12 and the first group of students will go back to campus for in-person learning on August 25. Students will be divided alphabetically into two groups allowing
  • APS Board to discuss/approve school re-entry plan Wednesday

    APS Board to discuss/approve school re-entry plan Wednesday
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Wednesday, at the monthly Albuquerque Public School Board of Directors meeting, officials will be addressing the approval for the district-wide school re-entry plan and reviewing the re-entry assurances document they intend on submitting to the New Mexico Public Education Department. It is expected that there will be a fair amount of public comment on the topic during the virtual meeting.Also on the agenda:
    Consideration for Approval to Rescind the Four Percent Av
  • Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan

    Albuquerque Public School Board discussing re-entry plan
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Hours into their meeting, the Albuquerque Public School Board is still discussing the district’s re-entry plan for students and staff this fall. The board has been going back and forth trying to figure out how to start school safely. The plan they brought up to vote on is a hybrid model of learning.If approved, all students would start the school year online starting August 12, then would be split into two cohorts by last name. One cohort would be for A-L st
  • Albuquerque Public School Board approves re-entry plan to send to PED

    Albuquerque Public School Board approves re-entry plan to send to PED
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Hours into their meeting, the Albuquerque Public School Board is still discussing the district’s re-entry plan for students and staff this fall. The board has been going back and forth trying to figure out how to start school safely. The plan they brought up to vote on is a hybrid model of learning.If approved, all students would start the school year online starting August 12, then would be split into two cohorts by last name. One cohort would be for A-L st
  • Rio Rancho Public Schools launches 'Parent University' to answer questions about reopening

    Rio Rancho Public Schools launches 'Parent University' to answer questions about reopening
    RRPS rolled out its re-entry plan this week.
  • Court sides with governor, dismisses lawsuit from Legacy Church over public health order

    Court sides with governor, dismisses lawsuit from Legacy Church over public health order
    A District Court judge dismissed a lawsuit against the state that was brought by Legacy Church in Albuquerque.
  • Pilot makes emergency landing after engine failure, no injuries reported

    Pilot makes emergency landing after engine failure, no injuries reported
    The pilot and his wife were found safe.
  • Help support local organizations through Vintage Albuquerque’s online auction

    Help support local organizations through Vintage Albuquerque’s online auction
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – This year’s Vintage Albuquerque Gala Auction Dinner has been changed to adapt to current conditions and restrictions. The shopping experience will continue in the form of a week-long online auction.
    The executive director of Vintage Albuquerque, Linda Wedeen discusses the event. The funds raised will benefit organizations including Explora, Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program, Keshet Dance & Center for the Arts, Mariachi Spectacular de Albuquerque, Natio
  • Tear gas deployed as federal agents clash with Portland protesters

    Tear gas deployed as federal agents clash with Portland protesters
    PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Tear gas was reportedly deployed in downtown Portland as federal agents clashed with protesters early Wednesday morning.Around 4 a.m., there were multiple reports of federal agents engaging with protesters in the city.
    Video shows clouds of gas wafting through the streets as federal officers advanced downtown.
    This comes as the 47th night of consecutive Portland protests spilled into the early morning hours. On Tuesday, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler told the acting Hom
  • National Museum of Nuclear Science & History continues to engage with community amid pandemic

    National Museum of Nuclear Science & History continues to engage with community amid pandemic
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The pandemic has caused many businesses to close their doors for the time being including the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. The museum’s director of communication, Jennifer Hayden discusses what they’ve been doing during the closure.Jennifer also shows off a bubble snake experiment that demonstrates the power of cohesion. While the museum’s interior remains closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, Heritage Park, the nine-acre out
  • Bernalillo County Capital Improvement Program provides county-wide information, bond questions to the public

    Bernalillo County Capital Improvement Program provides county-wide information, bond questions to the public
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Bernalillo County has a continuous, six-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that provides a link between the needs and visions of the public and the county’s capital expenditure budgets. Chief of staff to the Bernalillo County manager, Clay Campbell discusses the Capital Improvement Program.
    The Capital Improvement Program will provide county-wide information in early summer 2020 and will inform the public about the 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan and th
  • Gov. Lujan Grisham participates in virtual event for Biden campaign

    Gov. Lujan Grisham participates in virtual event for Biden campaign
    Despite rumors, Joe Biden did not host a dinner in Albuquerque.

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