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Lawmakers revive effort to protect Chaco from drilling, mining

Legislature would preserve federal lands within a 10-mile buffer zone around park

New Mexico House passes firearm storage bill named after middle school student

Boy was shot by student who had father’s gun

Doctor: New Mexico leaves incarcerated people’s health problems untreated

Lawmaker looks to reform the medical grievance process

With social safety nets about to shrink, HSD asks for more staff and tech

Nearly everyone getting food benefits instate will see payment drop by one-third

N.M. Supreme Court justice cites security concerns in pushing exemption to public records law

Lawmaker anticipates ‘predictable opposition’ against proposal to weaken state’s sunshine law

Governor praises health care workers as she further lifts COVID-19 protections

Explosion of cases at schools ‘inevitable’ as districts move away from masking, advocate says

Ankle monitor GPS data ruling may be appealed

2nd Judicial District Court in New Mexico evaluating next step A fight between the local prosecutor and the state district court in Albuquerque over public access to the location data of peo...

New Mexico plans to create searchable logs of prison mail

Lawmakers question costs and need for prison mail policy

Teachers: To make extended learning work, first help students get to school

Lawmakers hear from educators on classroom time limitations and absences

Proposed drilling ban around Chaco Canyon gets support from All Pueblo Council of Governors

Ancestral sites threatened by development, historic preservation officer says

New Mexico extends COVID public health emergency through May 16 as positivity rate ticks up

New Mexico extended the statewide public health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic through May 16. Under the public health order, universal masking is required in health care faciliti...

Woman alleges medical neglect at San Juan County jail

Private company hired by jail has been sued nearly 1,400 times for similar problems