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FBI assembles 177 active cases of Indigenous people missing from N.M. and Navajo Nation

Scan of databases is the first attempt by law enforcement to quantify the crisis after pressure mounts for years

FBI: 170 missing Native Americans in New Mexico, reservation

Names will be released to help locate the missing and improve transparency

Copter crashes, kills 4 during severe New Mexico fire season

Crew was returning from firefighting mission

Two new faces in New Mexico oil and gas

Ryan Merrion and Sean Dugan take over family businesses during disruptions of pandemic and war

State gives ‘outstanding’ designation to northern N.M. waters, enhancing pollution rules

Any activities that can cause water degradation must go through strict state authorization process

New Mexico reaches $32M settlement over Gold King Mine spill

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico and the U.S. government have reached a $32 million settlement over a 2015 mine spill that polluted rivers in three western states. Similar environmental accidents wi...

10,000 people use same-day voter registration in New Mexico

More than 10,000 New Mexico voters took advantage of same-day voter registration Tuesday during New Mexico’s primary, the first time the state offered same-day voter registration for a state...

Roswell ‘ballot bins’ urge residents to pick up, not litter

ROSWELL, N.M. – A little humor can go a long way in delivering a serious message, Kathy Lay learned, so now Roswell residents and visitors can vote with their cigarette butts on questions ab...

‘Viewpoint discrimination’ case may head to Supreme Court

Griffin suit could be a test case for free speech rights on social media

To understand the orphan well problem in N.M., someone’s going to have to count them

Will an infusion of federal cash to plug them fall short of the need?

A day in the life of a Taos hot-shot crew

SIPAPU, N.M. (AP) – After 14 days fighting the fires threatening northern New Mexico, Tyler Freeman went for a run on his day off. In the distance, he could see the plume of smoke from the C...

Firefighters rescue ‘Cinder’ the elk calf from fire’s ashes

SANTA FE – Firefighters have rescued an abandoned newborn elk calf found amid the ashes of the nation’s largest wildfire as calving season approaches its peak in New Mexico and fires rage ac...

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