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Photo by: KGC-146/STAR MAX/IPx 8/27/14 Chris Soules, the new "Bachelor", at ABC Television Studios for an appearance on Good Morning America. SANTA FE, N.M. The New Mexico Tourism Department is joining the Santa Fe City Council in the dating pool for the reality TV series, "The Bachelor."
Enrique Cota Cecena cries after finding that his house was severely damaged by flood waters from Hurricane Odile in Los Cabos, Mexico, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014.
Sun-News Las Cruces firefighter Michael Medina, right, and LCFD driver Chente Zamora, load sandbags into a vehicle on Tuesday at fire station 4, located at 2802 E. Missouri Ave. Due to a combination of summer monsoon moisture in the atmosphere mixed with rain that's left from Hurricane Odile; the National Weather Service in Santa Teresa has forecast the possibility of "heavy rain" for Las Cruces from Tuesday through Thursday night. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Severe weather from the tropical storm that has caused flooding across Mexico's Baja California Peninsula could bring up to 9 inches of rain to parts of already flood-damaged areas of New Mexico.
The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is reminding residents that heavy rains and thunderstorms can cause power or other utility outages. All New Mexicans should prepare an emergency kit that should include the basic essentials such as clean water, non-perishable food items, flashlights and important documents.
Western New Mexico University President Joseph Shepard, left, and Village of Columbus Mayor Phillip Skinner shake hands after formalizing a partnership to increase educational opportunities in the village. The memorandum of understanding was signed with NM State Rep. Dona Irwin and Rudy Martinez, village trustee William Johnson, Mrs. Sanchez and Mayor of Palomas, Chih.
CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. THIS INCLUDES SOCORRO, T OR C, LAS CRUCES, GLENWOOD, SILVER CITY, DEMING, AND ALAMOGORDO.
A majority of likely New Mexico voters favors increasing the state's current minimum hourly wage of $7.50 an hour, a new Albuquerque Journal poll found. The survey conducted for the newspaper found that 68 percent support an increase while one in four - 27 percent oppose a hike, the Albuquerque Journal reported Monday.
If any state should know about bad bets, it's the gambling mecca Nevada. But it rolled the dice and they came up snake eyes when it won the five-state bidding war Tesla Motors conducted for its new $5 billion battery factory.
Curious about the new, trendy chile peppers in your produce section? Wondering what Hatch chiles are and why people are obsessed with them? We've got you covered, so keep reading. They've slowly appeared in markets all over the U.S.: Hatch chiles.
My parents live in Chacon, New Mexico, in a wind-chapped finger of high-mountain Mora Valley. My grandparents were determined to spend their last days there and are buried in Chacon's campo santo .
New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange CEO Amy Dowd said working with insurance brokers and agents will be a key to the exchange's ability to get more New Mexicans to enroll in health plans. The new CEO of the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange said that working with insurance agents and brokers will be a key to the marketplace's success during the upcoming open-enrollment period.
A New Mexico nonpartisan, nonprofit organization received a $150,000 grant over a three-year period from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico Monday. BCBSNM provided the grant to New Mexico Appleseed to help continue their work on hunger, homelessness, child abuse, and poverty in New Mexico.
When New Mexico Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gary King told the crowd at the Democratic Party of Valencia County annual fundraiser on September 6, that Republican Governor Susana Martinez "does not have a Latino heart," he was reportedly paraphrasing previous remarks made by the famous labor icon and native New Mexican Dolores Huerta. King probably meant to say that Governor Martinez's policies don't align with the policy preferences of New Mexico's Latino electorate, but by parroting Huerta, he may have inserted a racial element into the campaign that could cause some Latino voters to pause.
Sixteen health centers in New Mexico will receive more than $4 million to expand primary care services. The money is available through the Affordable Care Act.
Inside a local radio station near New Mexico's dusty eastern border, Steve Pearce needs just one take as he breezily speaks-in English-to his district's Hispanic community during a mock 15-minute radio "interview" for a paid campaign infomercial to be aired next month on Spanish-language stations. A conservative white lawmaker who is not fluent in Spanish, Pearce, 67, is seen nationally as a bit of a curiosity: A Republican who keeps getting reelected in this sprawling district that is more than half Hispanic and where Democrats have an 8-point edge in voter enrollment.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 08:28 am
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