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‘Sweeney Todd’ brings a slice of Broadway to Farmington

Randy West brings top-notch theater and talent to Four Corners Four Corners Musical Theatre Co. presented its high-energy production of “Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” ...

Couples foster cannabis culture in Farmington and Aztec

Family-owned businesses hope to benefit community

Families searching for loved ones bring criticism of law enforcement to first Missing in NM Day

State event officials say they’ll need a bigger venue next year

N.M. scientists work to understand 2020s mass bird die-off and prevent another one

Climate change likely to blame for the sudden death of thousands of migrating birds in the state, researchers find

Arizona governor puts more containers along Mexican border

PHOENIX — The state of Arizona has begun installing shipping containers along another section of the U.S.-Mexico border to fill gaps that aren't covered by a border wall. The move announced ...

Wolf known for genetic value found dead in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE – Environmentalists are pushing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to do more to protect Mexican gray wolves after one of the endangered predators was found dead in southwestern ...

New Mexico braces for confrontational poll watchers

Officials worry about conspiracy believers who are signing up for positions

Fire-stricken rural New Mexico warily eyes insurance fight

Residents in remote villages struggle to file claims with federal emergency managers

False election claims overwhelm local efforts to push back

ESTANCIA, N.M. – Republican county commissioners in this swath of ranching country in New Mexico’s high desert have tried everything they can think of to persuade voters their elections are ...

Farmington teen still missing after more than a week

The Farmington Police Department has requested the public’s help in locating a teenage girl who reportedly was last seen Oct. 10. Ayrika Wayne, 16, was last seen running northbound, alone, o...

Rio Grande managers eye federal cash reserved for drought

Stretches of river went dry for the first time in 40 years

Totah Drums of Fall powwow and Gourd Dance honor people in recovery

Traditional event draws 250-plus people

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Liz Weber
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