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Andrew Hay

Despite drought, New Mexico project to seed clouds scrapped

Nov 27 2021

TAOS, N.M. A plan to seed the clouds over the mountains of New Mexico to increase snowfall during a historic drought was pulled this week after accusations it could poison people and the environment.

In Arbery case, shooter failed to follow training - instructors

Nov 23 2021

Travis McMichael, a defendant in the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial, says he followed firearms training when he fatally shot the 25-year-old Black man. Many U.S. gun instructors disagree.

After 'Rust' shooting New Mexico filmmakers demand change

Nov 10 2021

TAOS, N.M. Some New Mexico film industry workers are demanding better film training and tougher gun regulations on sets after the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins filming the Western "Rust."

'Solar warriors' train for Native America energy fight

Oct 08 2021

TAOS, N.M., PINE RIDGE, S.D. It is a jump from doing office paperwork to building solar power systems but that is the leap Lorraine Nez is taking to bring renewable energy to her Native American reservation.

Amid attention on Petito case, Native mother seeks justice

Sep 25 2021

TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) -Pepita Redhair, a 27-year-old Navajo woman who dreamt of becoming an engineer and loved skateboarding, was last seen in March 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Amid attention on Petito case, Native mother seeks justice

Sep 25 2021

TAOS, N.M., Sept 25 Pepita Redhair, a 27-year-old Navajo woman who dreamt of becoming an engineer and loved skateboarding, was last seen https://www.facebook.com/IndianCountrysMissing/posts/pepita-redhair-has-been-missing-from-albuquerque-new-mexico-since-march-27-2020h/1453162814865272 in March 2020 walking with her boyfriend in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

As Petito case captivates U.S., missing Native women ignored

Sep 22 2021

Activists lament that the crisis of missing and murdered Native American women doesn't get the attention paid to Gabby Petito.

Tree planting efforts aren’t replacing burned U.S. forests — not even close

Sep 09 2021

DEER LAKE MESA, N.M. Experimental pine seedlings poke from the rocky New Mexico earth, the only living evergreens on a hillside torched by one of the U.S. West’s drought-driven wildfires.

'Like a rebirth': Americans pack reopened concert halls for a summer of music

Jul 09 2021

By Brendan O'Brien, Rich McKay, Andrew Hay and Gabriella Borter

Meet the Americans 'standing by' for possible election violence

Oct 10 2020

Some Americans worried about possible violence after the U.S. presidential election are forming community watch groups, others are working on conflict de-escalation and still others are purchasing guns, according to two dozen voters, online groups and data surveyed by Reuters.

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