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Lawmakers question whether statewide school internet network will function in rural areas

State officials aim to set up same broadband connection for all NM schools by 2027

Farmington school district reports 12 vacancies, but a high retention rate

District rebounds from challenging pandemic years

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...

Oil, gas operator pays millions for Clean Air Act violations

Public prosecution ‘a great model’ for future suits against polluters

New Mexico lawmaker avoids ethics hearing over committee job

SANTA FE – Outgoing New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf, who appointed himself to the Public Regulation Commission nominating committee, has avoided an ethics hearing by resigning. The Stat...

New Mexico visits new political landscape in four-day trip

SANTA FE – New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is traveling to a convention of Democratic governors in New Orleans on the heels of her reelection victory, with additional engagements in P...

Ex-deputy who used stun gun on Espanola teen gets plea deal

SANTA FE – A former New Mexico sheriff's deputy who faced charges for using a stun gun on a teen with special needs has agreed to never work in law enforcement again. The Santa Fe New Mexica...

Former Congressman Pearce reelected as NM GOP chairman

ALBUQUERQUE – Former U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce was elected Saturday to a third consecutive term as chairman of the Republican Party of New Mexico after the GOP failed to make significant...

Albuquerque has record 115 homicides and counting this year

ALBUQUERQUE – Albuquerque has set a record for the most homicides in one year at 115 and counting, according to authorities. The Albuquerque Journal reported the record was previously set i...

Fixing TANF in New Mexico is ‘one of the most important’ tasks for 2023 session, senator says

Tricky rules, old requirements could be preventing more than half the people who need aid from accessing it

Native American Heritage Month brings Ed Kabotie and band to San Juan College

Ed Kabotie and the Yoties got the crowd howling Saturday night

Experts call on lawmakers to remove a barrier to rural methadone treatment

Nurses can give treatment a fighting chance in rural America

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Liz Weber
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