Video: Morning News January 14, 2014

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Back to court today for George Richmond and his attorney who are  trying to convince a judge that Bernalillo County Treasurer Manny Ortiz should face a recall election later this year because of  bad investments, which have left the county with a money crunch.
New Mexico is now the fifth state in the nation to allow doctors to help terminally ill patients die. District Judge Nash ruled yesterday it’s a fundamental right.
The City of Albuquerque has reached a proposed $300,00 settlement with the estate of Jacob Mitschelen, who was shot and killed by Officer Trey Economidy after a 2011 traffic stop.
An outbreak of the flu has already claimed the life of one New Mexico woman. Health officials say symptoms include coughing, congestion, fever, body aches and overwhelming fatigue. Doctors say the best form of protection for any of these strains of influenza is a flu shot.
According to an online advertisement, some female students at the University of New Mexico known as “sugar babies” are signing up to find a “sugar daddy” online to pay their tuition.
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