From Economic Policy Journal:
Here are the places with the most sunshine, low amounts of rain or snow, fewest days below 32 degrees or above 90 degrees, and low humidity — these locales came to mind for John Brady of TopRetirements.com
1. San Luis Obispo, Calif. — San Luis Obispo, Calif., a city on the Pacific Coast with an average January temperature in the low to mid-50s and an average July temperature [...]
July 10, 2012
(LAS CRUCES, NM) – A little more than a week after Mexicans went to the polls, conflict and controversy swirl around the July 1 elections. Almost everywhere-in the halls of Congress, on the Sunday talk shows, in bars and cafes and on the streets-the results are the hot topic of conversation. And claiming fraud, a growing citizen’s movement is crossing borders and transforming the elections into an [...]
The New Mexico woman arrested for twisting off her daughter-in-law’s nipple during a drunken brawl last year will avoid jail in a plea deal approved by her injured kin.
Amilia Oveide, 46, copped to an aggravated battery charge and was ordered to pay Marie Cadney’s medical bills (which totaled about $10,000). Cadney, 30, is the wife of Oveide’s son. Oveide, whose rap sheet includes a [...]
ALBUQUERQUE — Space travel will soon be within the reach of ordinary people, provided that they have extraordinary bank accounts.
A two-hour flight from New Mexico’s Spaceport America will run $200,000 per traveler, an executive of flight operator Virgin Galactic said Monday.
Test flights are still being conducted, and the first suborbital launch with passengers may not occur until 2013, said Will Pomerantz, a vice president [...]