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Arizona allocates US$7.5 million to expand police academy

ARIZONA - The Arizona government announced a US$75 million investment to expand the Police Training Academy in Yuma, which will also help cover the costs of the existing public safety payroll in this county "This is an important step to support...

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New Mexico goes for a stronger promotion of trade at the border

NEW MEXICO - In an attempt to strengthen opportunities in the border market with Mexico, the state of New Mexico intends to assign approximately US$745 million to different programs to promote investment and worker training Companies and...

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Covid boosters expanded in California to teenagers

CALIFORNIA - In cities such as San Diego and Los Angeles, boosters against Covid-19 may be given to anyone over 12 years of age who has completed their basic vaccination schedule at least five months ago; also, for certain immunocompromised...

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San Diegans urged not to go to emergency units for Covid tests

SAN DIEGO - San Diego health officials have urged the public to stay away from local emergency departments for Covid-19 testing amid a spike in the number of positive cases San Diego County reported that local medical units are experiencing an...

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El Paso urban park recognized as best engineering project in the region

EL PASO - The first phase of "The Beast" urban park, located in the city of El Paso, was recognized with the Best Project Award in the Sports/Entertainment category by Engineering News-Record for the Texas-Louisiana region Engineering...

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Phoenix approves water conservation plan

PHOENIX - The Phoenix City Council voted unanimously to allow the city to enter into an agreement with the Central Arizona Water Conservation District in response to the continuing decline of water supplies in Lake Mead on the Colorado River The...

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SBA has approved more than US$490 million in loans to El Paso

EL PASO - Throughout the last two years, at least 9,799 small business loans have been authorized by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) to support El Paso companies during the Covid-19 pandemic Congresswoman Veronica Escobar (TX-16)...

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San Diego Reported Season’s First Flu Death

SAM DIEGO, CA - In the midst of alerts for the presence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, the city of San Diego reported the first death from influenza during the season, according to the county's Health and Human Services Agency According to...

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Amazon to Create 2,000 New Jobs in Texas

AUSTIN, TX - Amazon announced plans to create more than 2,000 corporate and tech jobs in Austin, Texas, over the next few years, further expanding the company’s Austin Tech Hub These new roles will support teams growing in Operations...

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World Market closes in El Paso

EL PASO - El Paso's World Market retail store will lower its curtain for good in January as El Pasoans take advantage of liquidation discounts Located in Las Palmas Marketplace, the store is holding announcements of closing for last as of...

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