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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...

U.S. wildlife officials aim to address illegal wolf killings

ALBUQUERQUE – Prompted by a court order, federal wildlife managers have issued a new draft plan for managing Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest in an effort to address illegal killings of ...

Remaining evacuation orders lifted in New Mexico wildfire

RUIDOSO, N.M. – A wind-driven wildfire in southern New Mexico that destroyed more than 200 homes was 56% contained and all remaining evacuation orders have been lifted, authorities said Sund...

Couple found dead as wildfire destroys New Mexico homes

More than 200 residences charred near Ruidoso

Feud over closure of San Juan Generating Station could cost customers

Shutting down and converting to clean energy is supposed to save money

New Mexico challenges effort to post election rolls online

SANTA FE – New Mexico election regulators are resisting efforts by a conservative-backed foundation to post statewide voter registration information on a public website where it can be searc...

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Liz Weber
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