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Downwinders continue to seek justice 79 years after the Trinity Test

For most of his life, Paul Pino believed his community had dodged the bullet when it came to nuclear fallout. It wasn’t until he’d retired from teaching high school history that he learned t...

Inside the courtroom as case dismissed against Alec Baldwin in fatal shooting of cinematographer

SANTA FE, N.M. – A nearly three-year legal saga for Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer ended Friday without a verdict but with tears of relief for the actor and a small ...

Gathering will mark 45 years since the largest radioactive release in U.S. history hit New Mexico

The Church Rock spill is the third largest radioactive waste release globally, after Fukushima and Chernobyl

Netflix $2B expansion in New Mexico will get hundreds of millions in tax breaks

Netflix has produced 12 film and television projects in New Mexico since 2019

N.M. man accused of imprisoning, abusing 71-year-old man

Matthew Ruiz was a live-in caregiver for 6 months before arrest

Student arrested for selling ‘magic mushrooms’ at Kirtland Central High School

School officials alerted San Juan County Sheriff’s Office of drug deal

Former Farmington Municipal Schools finance secretary receives 4 years in prison

Tracy Padgett guilty of embezzling more than $62k from district

Navajo Nation president denies alleged sexual misconduct

Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren addressed the allegations that Vice President Richelle Montoya said he sexually harassed her last year

Colorado man faces 9 charges after allegedly fleeing on motorcycle

Christian Akin, 35, reportedly found with stolen firearm and fentanyl

Two New Mexico wildfires exceed 1,000 acres

Forecasters warn of increased risk Memorial Day Weekend

Albuquerque is throwing out the belongings of homeless people, violating city policy

People have lost medications, birth certificates, IDs, treasured family photos and the ashes of loved ones

Cherish that hamburger. It cost a quarter of the Colorado River, according to researchers

The Colorado River has been overused for decades, but no one has known exactly how the water was used — until a team of researchers compiled the most complete accounting of the river’s water

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