Albuquerque mayor signs federal police reform deal

ALBUQUERQUE – Calling it “a new beginning” for a city marked by police shootings and angry protests, Albuquerque officials signed an agreement Monday with the U.S. Justice Department aimed at...

DATE: Nov. 10, 2014 | CATEGORY: Regional News

N.M. governor declares emergency

ALBUQUERQUE – Gov. Susana Martinez declared a statewide emergency Wednesday as New Mexico braced for possible flooding and mudslides as remnants from Tropical Storm Odile moved in. The National...

DATE: Sept. 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Meeting on Animas River water quality

The Mountain Studies Institute, the San Juan Watershed Group and the Animas Watershed Partnership are holding a public meeting Thursday in Farmington on water quality in the Animas River. The...

DATE: Aug. 29, 2014 | CATEGORY: Local News

Report: $5.6B impact from N.M. arts, culture

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s uninterrupted vistas and intertwined Hispanic and Native American cultures have long been a draw for tourists and artists. However, a report commissioned by the...

DATE: Aug. 13, 2014 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Beer is brewing New Mexico’s economy

ALBUQUERQUE – That frosty tide of smooth, golden brown craft beer has finally come in, and it’s helping to quench this drought-stricken state’s thirst for jobs and economic development. Dozens of...

DATE: July 15, 2014 | CATEGORY: Business

Santa Fe forest proposes fencing to protect mouse

ALBUQUERQUE – The U.S. Forest Service wants to put up fences and issue a closure order that would block livestock and campers from stretches of the Rio Cebolla in the Santa Fe National Forest to...

DATE: July 13, 2014 | CATEGORY: Regional News

N.M. fire danger, drought spark fireworks concerns

ALBUQUERQUE – The fire season has been relatively mild across the West this year, but officials in New Mexico and Arizona are doing what they can to rein in the use of fireworks given the dry...

DATE: June 29, 2014 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Here’s your opportunity to be heard

Public comment is being sought in a series of meetings this month about the document that will set rules for operations of the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Mine Energy Project west of...

DATE: May 4, 2014 | CATEGORY: Local News

Thou shalt not?

BLOOMFIELD, N.M. It was a sweltering Independence Day in 2011 when Bloomfield residents gathered to see their city’s new Ten Commandments monument at City Hall. Many wore flag T-shirts and other...

DATE: April 8, 2014 | CATEGORY: Local News

BLM wants your feedback on energy project

A hundred-million-dollar project to build an electricity transmission line from northwestern New Mexico to southwestern Colorado has some residents on board and some still concerned. The federal...

DATE: April 7, 2014 | CATEGORY: Local News

Moving coal by train?

A proposed rail line from Farmington to Thoreau, N.M., has piqued interest on both sides of the border from firms interested in shipping products in and out of the Four Corners. Businesses have...

DATE: Feb. 2, 2014 | CATEGORY: Local News

Bigfoot might lurk in nearby bush

FRUITLAND, N.M. – Strange happenings are being reported on the Navajo Reservation in northern New Mexico: Reports of large, dark intruders on private property. Livestock turned up missing, or...

DATE: Sept. 28, 2013 | CATEGORY: Local News

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