NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market is opening lower as the partial U.S. government shutdown moves into a second week.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 50 points to 14,886 shortly after trading began Tuesday. The Standard & Poor's 500 index slipped four points to 1,672. The Nasdaq composite was down seven points to 3,763.
The S&P 500 index fell to its lowest close in a month Monday, with no signs from Washington that a partial government that began a week ago would end soon, or that a deal to raise the debt ceiling would be reached.
Shares of fruit smoothie maker Jamba dropped $2.95, or 22 percent, to $10.52 in early trading after the company cut its fiscal 2013 forecast, saying lower consumer spending hurt third-quarter sales.
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A winter storm warning has been issued for Albuquerque and surrounding areas through 11 p.m. Thursday.
Tempers flared Wednesday night at the Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education meeting as the firestorm over teacher evaluations and student testing continues.
An Albuquerque man says an emergency vet clinic turned away his dying dog because he didn't have enough cash in his pocket to pay to save him. The dog later died.
Closing arguments wrapped up Wednesday in the final sentencing phase of John McCluskey's federal murder trial. The same jury that convicted him of killing an Oklahoma couple, must now decide whether McCluskey should face the death penalty.
Meeting 211 goes to the University of New Mexico Lobos. The Lobos and New Mexico State renewed their rivalry on a basketball court Wednesday night with the Lobos winning 79 to 70.
MMA fighter Holly Holm has more than a fight to talk about this week. Holm also has a major sponsor in her corner.