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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...

New Mexico election drama has roots in wider county movement

SANTA FE – A rural New Mexico county’s initial refusal to certify its primary election results sent ripples across the country last week, a symbol of how even the most elemental functions of...

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduc...

Momentum grows for permanent protections for Caja del Rio

SANTA FE (AP) – The convergence of culture, history and ecology on the stunning landscape of the Caja del Rio makes the rugged volcanic plateau critical to the story of New Mexico and the Pu...

Building anger in rural New Mexico erupts in election crisis

SANTA FE – Behind the raw public frustration and anger over election security that has played out this week in New Mexico was a hint of something deeper – a growing divide between the state’...

Screams, threats as New Mexico counties try to certify vote

ALBUQUERQUE – Deep-seated conspiracy theories about the security of voting machines erupted into heated, angry and at times threatening outbursts Friday as New Mexico counties decided whethe...

County’s refusal to certify the vote hints at election chaos

ATLANTA – The conspiracy theories about Dominion voting machines that erupted during the 2020 presidential contest flared this week in a remote New Mexico county in what could be just a prev...

Company tests high-altitude airship over New Mexico desert

ALBUQUERQUE – A technology company that wants to bring broadband to more remote areas and monitor methane and other emissions from the oil and gas industry launched one of its airships from ...

New Mexico governor concerned with potential migrant influx

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s Democratic governor is asking that the Biden administration delay planned or expanded efforts to transport migrants to her state if pandemic-related restrictions o...

New Mexico residents sue for information on massive wildfire

SANTA FE – Dozens of residents in a small New Mexico community impacted by massive wildfires that merged in April are suing the U.S. Forest Service over what they called a failure to provide...

Native American youths to be tapped for conservation projects

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Friday rolled out guidelines for a new youth service program meant to create job opportunities for Native Americans while boosting their ...