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Kelly Zunie, who served as Cabinet secretary of the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department for nearly three years before stepping down in July, will seek... [Read More]
State police on Tuesday were still trying to find suspects in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, N.M., that injured one man. [Read More]
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One person was sent to the hospital with head injuries related to the rollover. According to NMDOT, the road was reopened around 5 p.m. [Read More]
Police have asked that drivers avoid the area near Camino de los Montoyas where the road is closed following a rollover crash. [Read More]
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The Justice Department under Attorney General Jeff Sessions has effectively blocked the Drug Enforcement Administration from growing marijuana to use in research, one of many... [Read More]
His resignation follows outrage over a tirade he posted on the organization's Facebook page after a deadly attack on anti-racist protesters in Virginia this weekend. [Read More]
"August is in full swing and you know what that means - wild mushroom season is upon us!" - Garrett VeneKlasen's campaign for state land... [Read More]
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One of the occupational hazards of being a politics reporter is that your email inbox is constantly being flooded by politicians hitting you up for... [Read More]
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Justice Department launches civil rights probe into Charlottesville death... [Read More]
In post, leader accused "leftist protesters" of getting "exactly what they asked for." [Read More]
My Red Light aims to become the Netherlands' first official cooperative of prostitutes, where they have a say about their work schedule and the design... [Read More]
Luciano 'Lucky' Varela, a Santa Fe Democrat who retired from politics in 2016 after 30 years in the New Mexico House of Representatives, is in... [Read More]
A main electrical line was accidentally cut in a building at Los Alamos National Laboratory, sending one person to the hospital for examination, according to... [Read More]
Two months after the city Planning Commission denied a waiver to an internet service provider who built an 80-foot telecommunication tower in a midtown residential... [Read More]
The Santa Fe Police Department said its SWAT team went to a home on Camino del Monte Sol near Old Santa Fe Trail on Monday... [Read More]
A survey is planned on funding and meeting public needs in an effort to update facilities. [Read More]
The New Mexico film industry has been an economic bright spot for the past several years, helping businesses grow and weather the recession. After state... [Read More]
A public co-working space in Santa Fe might help foster a spirit of innovation and help independent business owners and their employees tap into local... [Read More]
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared to take a step back from the brink of nuclear war Tuesday, when state media reported that he... [Read More]
The governor said the pueblo will provide support, including possible funding, to schools or other community organizations to develop programs for nontribal area youth who... [Read More]
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