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New Mexico’s displaced coal miners have gotten the shaft on severance pay

The state’s just transition plans promised by the Energy Transition Act haven’t panned out for many workers

New Mexicans to get around $9 monthly refunds on PNM bills for a year

Settlement to return money to New Mexicans who kept paying for a shutdown coal plant passes through PRC

Pipeline headed to Eastern New Mexico after decades of work

Several towns will get water from Ute Reservoir after a long fight that can strain communities

Report examines economic impact of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

Visitation triples and boosts Las Cruces economy

New Mexico governor amends public health order banning guns

Lujan Grisham says ‘real leadership’ led to order

Tribal nations face less accurate census data because of methods

Data can help tribal leaders make decisions about grocery stores or schools and population growth

Bill Richardson, former N.M. governor and U.N. ambassador who worked to free detained Americans, dies

WASHINGTON – Bill Richardson, a two-term Democratic governor of New Mexico and an American ambassador to the United Nations who also worked for years to secure the release of Americans detai...

Trial scheduled for armorer in fatal shooting on scene of ‘Rust’

Cinematographer shot with a loaded gun by actor Alec Baldwin

Illegal crossings on the U.S.-Mexico border rose in July

Crossings were still down 27% from July 2022; Tucson area registers 39,215 arrests

SW Public Policy Institute files lawsuit against Albuquerque over speed cameras

Think tank wants access to data from cameras

Report: N.M. is one of 39 states with Inflation Reduction Act clean energy projects

210 industries across the country participate in projects

N.M. Supreme Court provides guidance on law enforcement authority during traffic stops

Officers may ask passenger’s name and date of birth

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Liz Weber
New Mexico reporter


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