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  • Santa Ana Pueblo Governor Myron Armijo, seated right, watches as Bureau of Indian Affairs Director Patricia Mattingly signs documents placing into trust ancestral lands to the Pueblo Santa Ana.
    Jeanette DeDios
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    KUNM
    For generations, Native American tribes have fought for the return of their lands lost to the United States. In a historic move on Wednesday, the Pueblo of Santa Ana and Bureau of Indian Affairs signed an agreement allowing the federal government to take the former King Alamo Ranch into trust for the tribe.
  • A map of the National Weather Service HeatRisk Prototype index for Thursday, June 13, 2024. The red color represents ares with a "major" risk of heat-related health impacts, whereas the orange signifies a "moderate" risk. Yellow areas are only facing a "minor" risk.
    Courtesy The National Weather Service
    Though summer doesn’t officially begin until next week, temperatures are already hitting the triple digits across parts of New Mexico. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Thursday in the middle and lower Rio Grande Valley. A shelter in Socorro is seeking volunteers to help keep its cooling center open on these sweltering days.