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SANTA FE >> The New Mexico Department of Health is reporting an increase in the number of cases of chickenpox in school-aged children in the Albuquerque area over the past few weeks.
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SANTA FE >> A new report detailing New Mexico's reliance on oil and gas shows diversifying the state's economy could prove challenging.
At a Veterans' Rally to Save Fort Bayard, Reggie Price of the Southwestern New Mexico Transition Center served as moderator.
A man accused of fatally shooting two men at a Santa Fe-area Christmas party in 2012 has been found guilty of the slayings.
But in 1867, New Mexico experienced a small secession movement of its own, one having nothing to do with the great war.
WHILE THEY SAY THEY'RE PLEASED TO SEE THOSE NUMBERS GOING DOWN, MADD SAYS THERE ARE SOME UNSETTLING TRENDS IN THE STATE THAT COULD HAVE THAT NUMBER PEAKING UPWARDS IN THE FUTURE.
The Los Alamos Speech and Debate Guild would like to thank the more than 100 judges who volunteered their time and energy to fill 180 judge slots for the recent National Christian Forensics and Communications Association New Mexico CHILE Qualifier.
The Silver City Sun-News reports that Santa Clara Village Judge Roland Madrid's Feb. 28 resignation ends the disciplinary case against him but means he cannot again serve as a judge in New Mexico.
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez discussed her healthcare initiatives with numerous local officials, San Juan College nursing staff and faculty and many others at a press conference on Monday, January 16 at San Juan College.
Fall and winter have conspired to create conditions that could lead to a potentially explosive summer as New Mexico fire managers face a "grim and potentially extreme situation" for the coming wildfire season.
An Albuquerque hot spot for anglers could soon have a new name in honor of a New Mexico fishing icon.
While Utah averages more than 500 deaths a year due to excessive drinking, the state still has the lowest rate among 11 select states, according to a report released Thursday from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A crippled plane that was evacuated after its nose gear collapsed during an attempted takeoff has been removed from the runway at Philadelphia International Airport.
SANTA FE >> Governor Susana Martinez announced that fatal alcohol-related crashes on New Mexico's roads and highways decreased by 13.7 percent from 2012 to 2013, demonstrating that the state's increased measures to make the roads safer are working.