Patient records at Lincoln County Medical Center go electronic
On May 3, Lincoln County Medical Center in Ruidoso will transition to a new electronic health and financial record, designed to improve patient care.
3 rehabilitated bobcats released in northern NM
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has returned three young bobcats to the wild.
A look at heroin use in New Mexico
Some states, including New Mexico, are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative.
NM State Police officer speaks out after shootout
A state police officer who thought he was going to make an arrest ended up in a deadly gun battle.
Civil rights group sues New Mexico over schools
A civil rights group has filed a lawsuit alleging New Mexico's public education system violates the constitutional rights of low-income children and those learning English.
NM judge rejects challenge to lawmaker's candidacy
A court ruling allows a northwestern New Mexico legislator to stay on the ballot, but the issue may not be resolved yet.
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Coin toss forces city councilor out of seat
A newly elected Espanola City Councilor is out of office and both bad luck and a questionable election process are to blame.
State's high court hears cop's DWI case
The New Mexico Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a nearly four-year-old drunk driving case against Officer Abraham Baca.