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KSFR's local news at noon

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In Today's "The Sporting Life," KSFR's Dan DeFrancesco discusses parades held by newly-crowned championship teams.

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The City of Santa Fe recently launched a new sample tourism advertising campaign. But, as KSFR’s Alan Dee tells us, the new effort has created a stir.

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Representatives of New Mexico and Texas’ oil and gas industry, electric cooperatives and utilities recently heard from Governor Susana Martinez on energy issues.  Martinez on Friday citing as her energy accomplishments the relaxing of environmental regulations and the reduced permitting time for oil and gas exploration.  KSFR’s Deborah Martinez shares with us some of the highlights of the Governor’s remarks to the region’s energy council meeting held in Santa Fe through the weekend.

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KSFR's Local News at Noon

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:57pm MST

 If several groups of plaintiffs' attorney and Federal investigators have it right, a massive fraud helped place inferior counterfeit spinal rods and screws inside hundreds of unsuspecting patients, some of whom say they are in pain, and some doctors add, may be in real danger.  Investigative reporter Karen Foshay OF AL JAZEERA AMERICA told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, as many as 15 surgeons and 17 hospitals may have been involved in a scam that allegedly bilked insurance companies of hundreds of millions of dollars. 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:54pm MST

In Part 1 of KSFR’s story about on-line dating scams, reporter Mary Lou Cooper spoke with AARP fraud specialist Dr. Doug Shadel.  Shadel told  the story of “Amy,” a widow who lost hundreds of thousands of dollars to an anonymous romance scammer.  In today’s follow-up piece, we learn more about Amy and about the love con artists who prey on vulnerable men and women.

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Earlier this week the Bernalillo County Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve the first step for a Master plan for a controversial housing development called Santolina. Critics opposed to the plan say it will take more than its share of water and is unnecessary considering the lack of growth in the Albuqueque area. Douglas Meiklejohn of the Environmental Law Center spoke to us on wednesday about their pending lawsuit. Representatives of the plan also wanted their voices heard. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke to Tom Garritty of The Garrity group which represents the development on how they see the development helping New Mexico's growth.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:36pm MST

Monday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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