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Susan Montoya Bryan
Position: The Associated Press

New Mexico reaches record settlement over natural gas flaring in the Permian Basin

The flared gas would have been enough to supply nearly 17,000 homes for a year

New trial denied for ‘Rust’ armorer convicted in cinematographer’s death

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed will remain in custody pending her sentencing

New Mexico regulators worry about U.S. plans to ship radioactive waste back from Texas

Dozens of boxes containing nuclear waste, packed in Los Alamos, were rerouted to Texas in 2014 where they've remained ever since

Faith guides Catholic pilgrims to historic New Mexico sites

Thousands of Catholics made the trek to a historic adobe church in the hills of northern New Mexico as part of a Holy Week tradition that spans generations, carrying heavy wooden crosses and...

Get it while it’s hot: New Mexico boosts chile production

The sweet smell of roasting chile becomes the state’s official aroma

New Mexico court weighs fight over coal-fired power plant

Navajo Transitional Energy hoped to soften blow to employees

Navajo Tech first among tribal universities to offer PhD

Program will be dedicated to sustaining Diné culture and language

Work begins to clear water canals after New Mexico fire

Crews dig out debris after firefighters clear brush from banks

Recovering from wildfire, New Mexico bill passes first test

Measure would clear the way for zero-interest loans

New Mexico's largest electric provider seeks rate hike

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s largest electric provider is seeking its first rate hike in years as it looks to recoup $2.6 billion in investments that executives say are needed to modernize the...

New Mexico sues tobacco companies over settlement payments

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico is suing more than a dozen tobacco companies, accusing them of conspiracy and breach of contract. Attorney General Hector Balderas announced the legal challenge Tues...

U.S. sued over lack of protection plan for rare grouse

ALBUQUERQUE – An environmental group is suing U.S. wildlife managers, saying they have failed to protect a rare grouse found in parts of the Midwest that include one of the country’s most pr...