California's new truly open primary held Tuesday could result in single-party matchups in November for eight of the state's 53 U.S. House seats.
While some results remained unofficial Wednesday morning, five congressional districts were certain to have Democrat-vs.-Democrat races on Nov. 6, while a sixth looked likely; two districts could have Republican-vs.-Republican contests.
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The owner of a Los Lunas auction business is facing criminal charges for the treatment of four emaciated horses found struggling for life. KRQE-TV reports Dennis Chavez, owner of Southwest Livestock Auction, was charged Tuesday with 12 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty.
The Livestock Board began investigating the auction business in March after a graphic video was posted by a national livestock rights group. The group found sick and starving horses, and four downed animals were euthanized.
Wed. 6/06 10a: The Rio Rancho Symphonic Band and the Rio Rancho Dance Band perform in parks all around Rio Rancho this summer, in a series hosted by the City's Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. Host Spencer Beckwith speaks with the founder and director of the Rio Rancho Symphonic Band, John C. Emory.