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APD Arrests Suspect in Muslim Killings, Gallup Ceremonial & Reporting on Alcohol in New Mexico

Host Lou DiVizio reports the latest breaking news in the case of four Muslim men murdered in the city of Albuquerque. Police say they’ve arrested a suspect in the case. More details to come. 

Lou also runs through the top headlines impacting New Mexicans, including a look back at the incident in Gallup during the 100th Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Celebration. Navajo Nation President reacts to the tragedy, and urges anyone struggling with the incident to seek help. Plus, what you can expect from the celebration as the week goes on. 

Gene Grant speaks with reporter Ted Alcorn about his recent series published in New Mexico In Depth, ‘Blind Drunk.’ Alcorn explains the nuances if reporting on a delicate issue like alcohol misuse. Alcorn will be hosting webinar on the subject on August 18th. You can register to participate at this link: 

Investigating Alcohol Harms in Your Community

Finally, Laura Paskus interviews St. Rep. Angelica Rubio about the proposal to bring 10,000 cannisters of nuclear waste to New Mexico for storage. 

Host: Lou DiVizio

Correspondents: Gene Grant, Laura Paskus

Ted Alcorn, reporter
St. Rep. Angelica Rubio, D – Doña Ana County

For More Information:

Albuquerque Police: Suspect Detained in Murder of Muslim Men – KRQE

Blind Drunk – New Mexico In Depth

Help Us Learn: Share Your Story With Alcohol

If you or a loved one is impacted there are resources available with the Navajo Nation Department of Mental and Behavioral Health at 988 or your local Indian Health Services at:

•    Tsehootsooi Medical Center (928) 729-8000

•    Nahata’Dziil Health Center (928) 688-5600

•    Gallup Indian Medical Center (505) 722-1000

•    Crown point Health Care Facility (505) 786-5291

•    Sage Memorial Hospital (928) 755-4500

•    Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility (928) 674-7001

•    Winslow Indian Health Care Clinic (928) 289-4646 or (800) 786-8907

•    Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp (866) 976-5941

•    Kayenta Health Center (928) 697-4000

•    Inscription House Health Center (928) 672-3000

•    Northern Navajo Medical Center (505) 368-6001

•    Four Corners Regional Health Center (928) 656-5000

•    Dzilth Na O Dith Hle Health Center (505) 960-1801 or 1 (888) 531-7233

•    Chinle Comprehensive Health Care (928) 722-1000

•    Dilkon Field Clinic (928) 657-3800