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Nuevo México confronta aumento del 48% en la falta de vivienda con programas de vivienda y asistencia para el alquiler

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – La falta de vivienda en Nuevo México aumentó un 48% este año debido a la escasez de viviendas y los aumentos de alquiler. Las agencias gubernamentales y las organizaciones sin fines de lucro están respondiendo con programas de vivienda y asistencia para el alquiler para promover viviendas estables y más permanentes.

Pastor Joanne Landry shows the shower facility outside the Compassion Services Center in southeast Albuquerque, Oct. 30. (Photo by Caleb Scott/Cronkite News)

Brittney Griner’s release raises questions about lingering impact of Russian penal colony imprisonment

PHOENIX – Brittney Griner was released Thursday from a Russian penal colony and is headed the United States. Some worry about the lingering effects of imprisonment in a Russian penal colony.

Cherelle Griner, the wife of Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, smiles as she talks to President Joe Biden following the WNBA standout’s release. (Photo courtesy of the White House)

Brittney Griner: a look back at the 100 days since Mercury star’s detainment in Russia

PHOENIX- Brittney Griner was detained 100 days ago in Russia. Frustration grows for family, friends and fans.

Toilet water mold, fast food and futons: Many minor leaguers live below poverty line

Baseball is a $10 billion a year industry, but many of its minor leaguers live well below the poverty level.

New ASU dorm features Amazon Echo Dots, other new tech to create ‘engineering mindset’

TEMPE – The typical college dorm doesn't have 3-D printers, laser cutters and Bluetooth-enabled washers and dryers on-site. But the new Tooker House on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus touts the kind of technology and innovation the students living there hope to one day create.

Tooker House

Public safety concerns transcend border wall debate

A new Cronkite News-Univision News-Dallas Morning News poll of residents along both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border reveals a disparity between countries in perceptions of public safety.

Immigration-reform protesters block Central Avenue

PHOENIX – Protesters chanting “We deserve our freedom,” and waving the American flag blocked Central Avenue outside federal immigration offices, hours after the Supreme Court deadlocked on an immigration reform case.


Emergency responders want to train more people to aid trauma victims

PHOENIX – A Phoenix trauma surgeon who treated some victims of the Virginia Tech shooting said anyone can be taught to help save lives after a mass attack like the Orlando massacre.

Ankle trauma kit