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Local news with Kate Powell.  

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:10pm MST

Last night in Bernalillo County, Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve a Master plan for a controversial housing development that planners say will accommodate more than 90,000 people in the coming decades. Critics are vowing legal challenges for what they call a plan that takes too much water for too few people. KSFR’s Zelie Pollon asked Environmental Law Center Director Douglas Meiklejohn to explain the plan and why he is representing the lawsuit against the development.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:08pm MST

Santa Fe is enjoying a relatively mild summer, but that doesn't mean it's any safer to leave children or pets unattended in parked cars. As a matter of fact, it can lull caretakers into a false sense of safety, putting vulnerable children and pets in even greater danger of hyperthermia. KSFR's Kate Powell talked to John McPhee, coordinator of the Childhood Injury Unit of the state Department of Health, about this danger, and other risks drivers may not think about when they step out of their cars in the summer. 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:05pm MST

There has been a major breakthrough in the application of data-mining to medical research.  Scientists at the Stanford University Medical School examined medical records of some 3 million people, and found what they called "an association" between 3 widely-used heartburn drugs and fatal heart attacks.  Lenny Bernstein, the Health Blogger for the Washington Post told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, the study could be bad news for the makers and takers of Nexium, Prevacid and Prilosec.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:03pm MST

Wednesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:39am MST