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August 19, 2018
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First News: No Railrunner service for Santa Fe today (listen)
(KSFR) - Rail Runner commuters to and from Santa Fe will have to find another mode of transportation today. A flash flood yesterday afternoon washed over a bridge at the Kewa Pueblo train stop. Augusta Myers at the Rail Runner offices says crews will be working today to make sure the bridge is safe. *** Again, no trains will run today between Santa Fe and Bernalillo.

Retiring 5-term democratic senator Jeff Bingaman will be on the Santa Fe Community College campus this morning for a field hearing by the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. The topic is climate change and its ramifications for the inter-mountain West. The witness panel includes ecological and environmental researchers from Los Alamos and the deputy director of the Western Regional Climate Center. Topics of discussion will include wildfire frequency and drought among others.

For this weekend's 91st annual Indian Market in Santa Fe, all city-owned parking lots and garages will be open and will charge $10 per car. The flat rate at the Railyard will be $5 per car and will offer free pick-up shuttles. Santa Fe Trails will offer special $2 round-trip bus runs to downtown from the free parking lot at Santa Fe Place Mall.

Santa Feans are given the opportunity to meet their new superintendent of schools, Joel Boyd, at a public reception today. The event kicks off at 4PM at Santa Fe High School's gymnasium with Boyd set to make a speech at 5PM.

Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson will participate in a Latino Town Hall Sunday evening on bi-cultural cable network Nuvo TV in association with NBC News. Richardson will speak with a live audience to explore how the presidential candidates are addressing issues specific to America's Latinos. The election special airs Sunday evening at 7PM local time.

Weather for Santa Fe - a combination of monsoonal moisture and a cold front passing through the state will bring a good chance for wet weather today through Sunday. Partly sunny and cooler today, highs in the upper 70s and a 50% chance for thundershowers.
That increases to 60% Saturday. Sunday brings a 40% chance for rain and meteorologist and the National Weather Service in Albuquerque says next week could be damp, too
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