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New Mexico school trust feels pressure; voters weigh changes

SANTA FE – State investments are being buffeted by turbulent financial markets as New Mexico voters consider whether to divert more money each year toward early childhood education programs....

UNM professor recruiting Native American teachers to work in their hometowns

Glenabah Martinez knows firsthand the benefits teachers and students share when they are from the same community. She wants to help fast track Indigenous college grads to teach in public sch...

Western states could settle feud over beleaguered Rio Grande

ALBUQUERQUE – The fight between Texas and New Mexico over the management of one of the longest rivers in North America could be nearing an end as a date to resume the trial has been put off ...

Large Texas abortion provider will relocate to New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE – One of the largest abortion providers in Texas is planning to move its operations to New Mexico and another provider that offers telehealth services related to abortion and rep...

New Mexico governor withstands lawsuits over pandemic orders

SANTA FE – New Mexico residents who say they endured constitutional rights violations, depression and anxiety under aggressive public health restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak have...

Archbishop: Mortgaging Santa Fe cathedral was only option

SANTA FE – Archbishop John C. Wester is speaking about the decision to mortgage an iconic Santa Fe cathedral to meet a settlement agreement tied to church sex abuse victims. The action was ...

Attorneys for Trump in New Mexico confront new scrutiny

SANTA FE – Renewed efforts are underway to investigate and possibly discipline two attorneys who helped the Donald Trump campaign challenge New Mexico’s 2020 presidential election results in...

1 of 2 remaining units closes at San Juan Generating Station

Customer rates fuel debate around New Mexico power plant

Top New Mexico elections regulator says she was threatened

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s top elections regulator says she received threats to her safety via an email and telephone calls to her offices and that the FBI has been notified. Secretary of State...

‘Dispatch’ from 1947 offers another look at UFO incident

ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) – The Roswell incident has been one of the most thoroughly researched and debated mysteries in the history of the UFO phenomenon and among the most enduring. Barring a ma...

New Mexico governor orders safeguards for abortion access

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s Democratic governor took steps Monday to ensure safe harbor to people seeking abortions or providing abortions at health care facilities within the state. Gov. Michel...

U.S. makes more wildfire recovery aid available for New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday authorized an increase in funding for debris removal and other emergency measures being taken as a result of a historic wildfire season in Ne...