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Located approximately 64 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Spanish laid out the city according to the "Laws of the Indies," town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in 1573 by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza.

Population: 72056
Local Newspapers: Santa Fe New Mexican
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Local Colleges: St. John's College Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Zip Codes associated with santa fe, new mexico: 87501 87505
Towns/Cities near santa fe, new mexico : Espanola Tesuque La Cienega Las Vegas Glorietta White Rock Chimayo

Santa Fe News
Texas school gunman: 'I'm going to kill you.' Then he fired

A tape cross with the initials of victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting is placed over the dugout of the Santa Fe baseball team before a baseball game against Kingwood Park High School in Deer Park, Texas, Saturday, May 19, 2018. A gunman opened fire inside Santa Fe High School Friday, May 18, 2018, killing at least 10 people.

A mother's powerful letter about her child's experience hiding from the Santa Fe shooter

Deedra Van Ness, the mother of a student who survived Friday's deadly shooting at a Texas high school, took to social media on Saturday to share her family's harrowing tale. In a letter titled "The longest day of my life," Van Ness described her 15-year-old daughter Isabelle Laymance's frightening experience hiding with classmates in a classroom closet as a gunman roamed the halls of Santa Fe High School, killing 10 people and wounding many others.

Exchange student, substitute among school shooting victims

Grieving family and friends recalled the endearing qualities of some of the victims of Friday's mass shooting at a Texas high school, as authorities on Saturday released the names of the 10 killed. Eight of the 10 were students: Kimberly Vaughan, Shana Fisher, Angelique Ramirez, Christian Riley Garcia, Jared Black, Sabika Sheikh, Christopher Jake Stone and Aaron Kyle McLeod.

Pakistani exchange student, substitute teacher among victims

A substitute teacher who relatives say had a "lust for life" and a foreign exchange student from Pakistan whose father expected her home in a few weeks are among the first confirmed victims of a mass shooting at a Texas high school. Seventeen-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis was being held on a capital murder charge after authorities say he fatally shot 10 people and wounded at least 10 others at his high school in Santa Fe, about 30 miles southeast of Houston.

Santa Fe freshman and her mother recount the school shootingYahoo View

Angie Martinez and her daughter Angelica, a ninth grade student at Santa Fe High School in Texas, join Ali Velshi by phone to recount what happened during the shooting. Hosted by Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle, "Velshi & Ruhle" covers the intersection of business, politics, and the economy.

New Mexico lawmakers hear arguments on temporary nuclear waste storage

State lawmakers peppered representatives of a company and a local government consortium with sharp questions Friday afternoon over a proposal to bury spent nuclear fuel rods in southeastern New Mexico, expressing skepticism about the legality and safety of an "interim" underground storage facility that would sit halfway between Carlsbad and Hobbs. Most notably, legislators on the interim Radioactive and Hazardous Materials Committee made clear during Friday's hearing at the Capitol that they were uneasy about the lack of a permanent U.S. repository for fuel rods from nuclear power plants across the country.

ANOTHER of Prince Harry's ex-girlfriends Cressida Bonas arrives at the royal wedding

Harry and Meghan's star-studded wedding! The Beckhams and the Clooneys lead the A-list guests as members of the Royal Family take their seats for the big day at Windsor Oprah Winfrey and Idris Elba arrive at St George's Chapel as thousands of members of the public pack out the grounds of Windsor Castle Nice day for a royal wedding! Up to 100,000 flag-waving fans pour into Windsor to catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan as they celebrate their big day Stand By Me, gospel choir, alternate vows and VERY modern Order of Service : Everything you need to know about Harry and Meghan's wedding Meghan is made first EVER Duchess of Sussex! The Queen's wedding gift to Harry and his bride as she gives them titles that haven't been used since 1843 Will Meghan wear a McCartney dress? As speculation reaches fever pitch insiders claim the bride has chosen a wedding gown by Stella because of her ... (more)

Watch Jimmy Kimmel drop responsibility for Santa Fe shooting in the...

A somber Jimmy Kimmel began his show Friday night by addressing the Santa Fe High School shooting that left ten people dead, flatly stating, "I'm getting tired of this," while blaming politicians in the thrall of the NRA. The late night host began by dryly noting "our leaders are sending their prayers" before taking on President Donald Trump and other politicians who refuse to do anything that will make them politically vulnerable.

Run for the Wall bikers pass through Santa Fe

Gallup Mayor Jackie McKinney puts his helmet on Friday before departing Santa Fe to continue the Run for the Wall. Olivia Harlow/The New Mexican Fred Gerdes, aka 'Ironhead,' has been riding motorcycles for over 50 years.

Suspect in Santa Fe High School shooting 'yells surprise' and started ...

In a grass field behind the biggest bank in Santa Fe, classmates and parents and teachers, and politicians prayed, joined hands, and sang two verses of Amazing Grace. In a grass field behind the biggest bank in Santa Fe, classmates and parents and teachers, and politicians prayed, joined hands, and sang two verses of Amazing Grace.

NHC school board member weighs in on school safety after Santa Fe shooting

As the country mourns another school shooting, this time at Santa Fe High School in Texas, concern for student safety in New Hanover County is brought to the forefront once again. The proposed budget for school safety is set to be voted on early next month, but Board of Education member Bruce Shell says you can't put a price on our students.

Pro-Trump media are already accusing Santa Fe shooting survivors of being crisis actors

ABC13 interviewed Santa Fe High School student and shooting survivor Paige Curry . When asked if she was surprised by the shooting, Curry said, "It's been happening everywhere.

Santa Fe: Come see Neal Stephenson, NASA's Pete Worden, Los Alamos's...

Santa Fe: Come see Neal Stephenson, NASA's Pete Worden, Los Alamos's Nina Lanza, JPL's Sasha Samochina at the Interplanetary Festival! I'm one of several guests appearing at the first-ever Interplanetary Festival , coming up Jun 7/8 in Santa Fe, New Mexico; it's a science festival that's part of the larger Futurition Santa Fe opens June 7 with the Santa Fe Institute's InterPlanetary Festival, a two-day exploration into human ingenuity, innovation and technology around space exploration. The event combines lectures and discussions from leading "spacerati" including Cory Doctorow, Sasha Samochina and Martine Rothblatt, with a range of interplanetary-related activities spanning the weekend.

A Survivor's Haunting Response to the Santa Fe High School Massacre

Barely three months after the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas massacre that left 17 dead in Florida, a gunman believed to be a student at Santa Fe High School in Southeast Texas opened fire on his teachers and classmates Friday, killing at least 10. Details are still emerging, but according to CNN , explosive devices including pipe bombs and pressure cookers were found at the scene of the crime. The suspect, Dimitrios Pagourtzis, has reportedly been taken into custody.

Santa Fe shooter named as student Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, who wore 'Born to Kill' t-shirt

The Santa Fe High School shooter who killed between eight and ten people has been named as student Dimitrios 'Dimitri' Pagourtzis. Pagourtzis, 17, shared chilling photos on his - now removed - Facebook of a 'Born to Kill' t-shirt shortly before Friday morning's massacre.

Multiple deaths in shooting at Texasa Santa Fe High School, sources say

Multiple people have died as a result of a shooting Friday morning at a high school in the southeastern Texas city of Santa Fe, two law enforcement sources told CNN. This is the third school shooting in the past seven days, and the 22nd since the beginning of the year in the United States.

Sheriff says up to 10 killed in Texas high school shooting

At least one gunman opened fire at a Houston-area high school Friday, killing eight to 10 people, most of them students, authorities said. Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said he could not be precise about the number of deaths at Santa Fe High School, which went on lockdown around 8 a.m. Two suspects believed to be students were in custody.

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