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It has never been easy, trying to catch the wind. But the SunZia Southwest Transmission Project in southeastern New Mexico might be inching closer to doing that.
What's the best route to energy independence?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
A new program at the University of New Mexico is working to decrease the number of New Mexicans who drink and drive.
Dec. 03--If House Speaker Kenny Martinez learned one thing as co-chairman of the legislative Jobs Council, it is that the old ways of doing economic development in New Mexico are not good enough.
A jobs council created by the New Mexico Legislature last year is preparing to require approval of a plan aimed at adding more than 160,000 non-service sector jobs to the economy by 2023.
Current-Argus file photo Mariska Guzman and robert Moreno, right, serve a salad to Bob Capps of Pueblo, Colo., in the dining area at the Carlsbad Caverns visitors center.
Just over 4,000 New Mexicans have signed up for affordable healthcare through the federal website but only about 170 have picked a plan.
New Mexico had the second-largest percentage of private-sector jobs financed by federal contracts, according to the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
A rash of police shootings across New Mexico over the past month is prompting renewed calls for reforms in law enforcement training and oversight.
The onset of winter has homeless shelters in Santa Fe looking for help. Shelter operators say they have an increasing need for warm clothing to provide to the needy.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers took part in a press conference that announced the proposal of 2 million to the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute.
Lead Immunization Program Coordinator Debby Hanus gives Marilyn Kirby a flu shot Friday at a flu shot clinic held at St. Genevieve Catholic Church Parish Hall.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein , D-Calif., said there are more terrorist groups than ever, with more sophisticated and hard-to-detect bombs.
Every day we lose more and more World War II veterans. Of the 16 million Americans who served in the armed forces during the war, it is estimated that about 600 per day don't make it to the next sunrise.
"His steamer was wrecked and sunk in the Galveston harbour, and he had lost all his worldly possessions except his books, which he saved at the risk of his life."
Santa Muerte follower holds a figure of the 'saint', which is blamed for a rise in exorcisms and drug-related violence in Some exorcists in the Latin American country are conducting spiritual cleanses on a daily basis and cannot keep up with demand amid a growing trend that is worrying religious leaders in the predominantly Roman Catholic and ... (more)