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Runners revive a decades-old marathon in Shiprock after two years of pandemic

‘It’s just motivating to run on the Navajo Nation again’

Fire-ravaged New Mexico villages cling to faith, ‘querencia’

Eileen Celestina Garcia raced down the mountain that overlooks her parents’ ranch home in northern New Mexico where friends and family have gathered for decades and where she has sat countl...

Running Medicine provides ‘healing journey’ in Albuquerque

An intergenerational approach to mind, body and spirit

N.M. governor to the feds: Stop igniting prescribed burns in windy, dry conditions

Hermits Peak Fire was set April 6 and quickly grew out of control because of ‘unexpected erratic winds in the late afternoon’

Governor calls on local governments to ban fireworks sales around New Mexico

As at least 20 wildfires consumed thousands of acres last weekend, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced she would ask local governments to temporarily ban the sale of fireworks around the s...

Videos show aftermath of film-set shooting, Baldwin’s reaction to death

SANTA FE – The New Mexico sheriff investigating the fatal film-set shooting of a cinematographer by actor Alec Baldwin described complacency, disorganization and neglected safety measures in...

Protections sought for Western bird linked to piñon forests

ALBUQUERQUE – Collecting piñon nuts has been tradition for Native American and Hispanic families in the Southwest for generations. But environmentalists are concerned that without the pinyon...

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

Ancestral sites threatened by development, historic preservation officer says

Police release videos in probe of Baldwin film-set shooting

SANTA FE – Law enforcement officials released a trove of video evidence Monday in the ongoing investigation of a fatal October shooting of a cinematographer by actor and producer Alec Baldwi...

Emergency declaration for multiple wildfires in New Mexico

20 wildfires burn in half the state’s drought-stricken 33 counties

Sen. Luján, ‘90%’ recovered from stroke, visits high school

SANTA FE – U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján has mostly recovered from his January stroke, and said voters, not his health scare, will decide who represents New Mexico. “I’m feeling strong. I’m still ...

Judge rules the redrawn congressional map stays in place – for now

The 2022 elections in New Mexico will move forward with the newly redrawn congressional map, but future elections could still see legal challenges from Republicans, a state judge ruled Tuesd...

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Liz Weber
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