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1 hr ago | Hudson Hub-Times
No matter when you visit New Mexico, the state's cultural mix is part of the appeal.
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1 hr ago | SFGate
This undated image provided by New Mexico Tourism shows farolitos, which are candles in paper bags, flickering against the night sky atop Santa Fe's Inn at Loretto.
6 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
According to the Santa Fe New Mexican http://bit.ly/18Wz5Nn , the Legislative Finance Committee report released Wednesday says the Human Service Department's transition to new providers caused disruption and difficulties for patients.
10 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
Legalize?: Discussions on legalizing marijuana will be held tomorrow at the Guam Legislature building.
The Obama administration is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take a middle-ground approach on a water dispute between Texas and New Mexico over management of the Rio Grande seen here in June at La Llorona Park.
A budget deal hammered out this week by Republican and Democratic negotiators likely will have profound effects on Southwest communities that are heavily reliant on federal spending, though precise impacts remain to be seen.
NEW THIS MORNING, NEW MEXICO'S HEALTH STATUS. WHERE DOES OUR STATE STAND, COMPARED TO OTHER STATES ACROSS THE NATION? ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER ANGELA BRAUER WAS THE FIRST TO GET HER HANDS A DETAILED, STATE BY STATE HEALTH REPORT... SHE'S LIVE THIS MORNING WITH THE DETAILS.
The New Mexico State Land Office earned $65.5 million in revenue during November with almost all of the money coming from oil and gas royalties.
New Mexicans were a little healthier in 2013 than the previous year, with fewer residents smoking and binge drinking, according to a new report by the New Mexicans were a little healthier in 2013 than the previous year, with fewer residents smoking and binge drinking, according to a new report by the United Health Foundation .
The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange is committed to getting as many individuals as possible enrolled in health insurance plans by December 23, 2013 .
From left, Maureen Sanders, Debra Haaland, Rocky Lara, Jerry Shaw and Kathy Groob participate in an Emerge New Mexico panel in Ruidoso Saturday.
Activists hoping for marriage equality in New Mexico got a boost Tuesday as three prominent statewide organizations came forward and endorsed their cause.
The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty on Tuesday applauded a ruling by the state Court of Appeals directing the Workers' Compensation Administration to follow an Albuquerque judge's ruling in favor of agricultural workers.
ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER ALANA GRIMSTAD TELLS US, IT'S DESIGNED TO KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SAFER.
The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that a 12-year-old boy from McKinley County died of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome .
As temperatures drop and winter weather creates driving hazards, the New Mexico Department of Transportation is reminding motorists to pack their vehicles with emergency supplies.