• Despite long lines in Rio Rancho, voter participation dropped by 8 percent in Tuesday's election vs. 2008.

• New City data site answers the dreams of statisticians and policy wonks. Here's a link.

• Family of Mary Han sues APD, City over circumstances into the prominent attorney's mysterious 2010 death.

• Beware of fake cops! First it was an assault rifle (since recovered) swiped from an detective's police car. Now crooks thieve APD police uniforms from an officer's home.

And now a little Friday good news.....

• Bankruptcy filings in NM drop by 15 percent through October.

• UNM and Duke City awarded 2014 NCAA indoor track & field championships. 3,000 hotel rooms expected to be filled.

• CYFD unveils portrait gallery of adoptable foster kids for fans attending games at the Pit. Make sure to check it out while cheering on the Lobos.

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Comment by Izquierdo on November 9, 2012 at 9:52am

It's nice to see big time track and field returning to Albuquerque after reaching its high point under Hugh Hackett and UNM in the days before fiberglass turned the pole vault into the catapult, when 10,000 folks watched the Lobos defeat Southern California by a huge margin in a dual meet.

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