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Man cycles through New Mexico on journey to see U.S. capitols

SANTA FE (AP) – Bob Barnes has spent the past handful of years shuttling other people where they need to go as an Uber driver in Syracuse, New York. On Aug. 1, he set off on a ride for himse...

Woman sentenced in scheme to steal iPods intended for kids

FARMINGTON – A former employee of a northwestern New Mexico school district faces 18 months in prison after sentenced in a yearslong scheme to steal and resell thousands of Apple iPods inten...

Staffing marks top education goal for New Mexico lawmakers

SANTA FE – New Mexico lawmakers are meeting starting Tuesday to craft the state budget, about half of which is expected to go to K-12 education. Early proposals from key legislative committe...

MLK march in Albuquerque postponed because of COVID-19 cases

ALBUQUERQUE – Albuquerque and New Mexico’s MLK State Commission announced Friday that they have decided to postponed Saturday’s planned Martin Luther King Jr. march because of the increasing...

New Mexico lawmakers seek greater spending, voter access

SANTA FE – Critical decisions about government spending, voting access, public education and criminal justice await New Mexico legislators during a 30-day legislative session that starts at ...

Cyber attack in Albuquerque latest to target public schools

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — When the superintendent of Albuquerque Public Schools announced earlier this week a cyber attack would lead to the cancellation of classes for around 75,000 students, he noted that the district’s technology department had been fending off attacks “for the last few weeks.”

Guard may help staffing shortages at New Mexico schools

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s governor said Thursday she’s considering seeking help from the National Guard to address COVID-19 staffing shortages at public schools, a move that could mark a first in the nation.

New Mexico leaders aim to put wedge in revolving crime door

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is aiming to put a wedge in the revolving door that many have blamed for persistent violent crime and record homicides in the state’s lar...

Governor polls local mayors about infrastructure priorities

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s Democratic governor is polling local politicians about their infrastructure priorities as the state decides how to dispense federal pandemic relief money and spend fr...

Cyber attack closes New Mexico’s largest school district

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s largest school district says it’s canceling classes because of a cyber attack. Albuquerque Public Schools said Wednesday that it will close all schools in the distric...

Albuquerque’s proposed vaccine mandate sparks debate

ALBUQUERQUE – The mayor of New Mexico’s largest city is telling thousands of municipal workers to prepare for a vaccine mandate in the coming weeks, but union leaders who represent Albuquerq...

Virus rocking New Mexico schools again, Santa Fe goes remote

SANTA FE – The coronavirus is catching up with New Mexico’s largest school districts once again. On Tuesday, Santa Fe Public Schools Superintendent Larry Chavez announced the district will r...