WASHINGTON (AP) — Key contractors on the troubled Healthcare.gov website tell Congress the bugs can be fixed and won't prevent uninsured Americans from getting coverage.
The website has been improving every day, and people will be able to enroll in time to get coverage by Jan. 1. That's according to Cheryl Campbell, a vice president of CGI Federal.
Her company is the lead contractor on the federal website serving 36 states.
Another contractor says problems with an identity verification system that caused a logjam are now being cleared up.
Republicans are still trying to block President Barack Obama's health care law and say the rollout must be suspended.
But the Obama administration says problems can be fixed in time.
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A Sandoval County sheriff's deputy is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle while he was directing traffic at an earlier snow-related crash on Interstate 25.
Albuquerque police have obtained an arrest warrant for the man investigators say held up a Home Depot store last month.
It's been steadily snowing in Albuquerque all morning as the majority of New Mexico feels the effects of the snow and dropping temperatures.
As the first week of December arrived, so did a storm bringing snow, ice and freezing temperatures.
Today’s top weather and news stories with Elizabeth Alvarez, Matt Mauro and meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke.
KRQE Sports has learned that a developmental soccer team is coming to Albuquerque. The Albuquerque Sol FC will be affiliated with Major League Soccer.