ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Hundreds of new jobs may soon be available in New Mexico.
The board for the job training incentives program approved nearly $1.4 million dollars in funding for three companies.
A huge bulk of that money will be used to create 308 jobs at alliance Data Systems, a call center in Rio Rancho that provides customer service for major retail companies' credit cards.
The rest of the money will go to a biomass tech company in Albuquerque and a Taos company that designs skincare products and cosmetics.
The state program gives businesses money to help train and pay workers for up to six months.
UNM athletics is rolling out a new points program to determine which fans get access to The Pit's best seats, postseason tickets and prime parking spots.
A recent Christmas Eve tradition that's become increasingly popular in Santa Fe has been shot down.
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