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Flash Flooding in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Just three days after a deadly flash flood, torrential hail and rain Friday filled northwest Albuquerque arroyos with rushing water. Dan Klein has lived near the Black Arroyo and Arroyo de las Calabacillas for twenty years. He said he’s only seen one other year when so much water moved through the two arroyos. About a …

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Retired police sergeant on school shootings, NRA, police body cams and unclaimed property

This week Beyond 90 Seconds interviewed retried Albuquerque police sergeant Dan Klein.  These days, Klein writes opinion pieces for a New Mexico news blog. Klein has been interviewed by Rolling Stone for a story about police body cameras. He is also an expert concerning unclaimed property, and owns a business that specializes in putting unclaimed …

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Get ready Balloon Fiesta, here comes Periscope!

Expect to see a large number of wondrous Periscope broadcasts from New Mexico over the next nine days. The 44th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta  gets underway at 6 A.M. Saturday with the Dawn Patrol. In this new era of Periscope, I’ve been  thinking about all of the live streaming video that’s about to feature the magical skies and vibrant …

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A tale of two shootings: Albuquerque and Ferguson

Guest Commentary by Daniel Klein Ferguson and Albuquerque: two nice towns that have been all over the news for reasons that would make their Chambers of Commerce cry. ALBUQUERQUE Albuquerque had the high-profile James Boyd police shooting. It was caught on video. Boyd, a mentally ill homeless man, was killed by APD officers in March of …

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