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Plant count increases ahead of New Mexico marijuana sales

Regulators strive to ensure medical users have a reliable supply

Albuquerque school district to reopen after cyberattack

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s largest school district will reopen Tuesday after a cyberattack that forced a two-day closure, officials said. The Albuquerque Public Schools district discovered ...

String of burglaries affects eight Farmington businesses in span of days

Three vehicles also stolen; one recovered

Durango fugitive suspected of shooting Farmington officer is arrested in Phoenix

Elias Buck spent 19 days on the run after escaping from the La Plata County Jail

New Navajo Nation police chief wants to hire more officers

Report: Department must double in size to properly cover the reservation

Democratic House leaders move to dissolve land grant panel

SANTA FE – Top Democrats in the New Mexico House have chosen to dissolve a legislative committee that deals with Hispanic land grants, traditional irrigation districts known as acequias and ...

Farmington police investigate shooting; two men injured

The Farmington Police Department said Tuesday it was investigating a shooting that left two men injured. About 6:30 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to several reports of shots heard in the...

Fentanyl: A game of Russian roulette for New Mexicans

ALBUQUERQUE — He had been sober for years, a beacon in the recovery community who inspired dozens of people to get clean. When the pandemic hit, the Narcotics Anonymous meetings that served...

Salvation Army van full of toys stolen in Farmington

Judge issues a warrant for suspected thief

Abortion is not restricted in N.M. But is it protected?

Lawyer implores lawmakers to make rights explicit in light of case before Supreme Court

New Mexico’s draft plan for hydrogen a non-starter for environmentalists

Proposal promotes a fuel that may cause more harm than it’s worth to produce

Navajo Nation reports 50 new virus cases, no deaths

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) – The Navajo Nation on Friday reported 50 new coronavirus cases but added no new deaths after tallying 12 fatalities in the previous two daily reports. The total numb...

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Liz Weber
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