The man tapped to fix the Albuquerque Police Department's 911 center has been suspended following a city investigation that found he made insulting remarks toward women and repeatedly asked a dispatcher out on dates.

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 A federal judge says the jury verdict in favor of a 911 call center employee who won $1,200 in damages last fall has "put the city on notice" that it must better educate its employees about sexual harassment in the workplace.

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 A formerly homeless man who suffered severe burns and lost part of his ear when he was arrested by three Albuquerque police officers four years ago was awarded about $300,000 by a federal jury Friday.

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Federal law enforcement doesn't like the way used car dealer Reza Ella does his banking, and as a result has seized $841,883.84 from his business and personal bank accounts.

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