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It appears an impasse in negotiations between Central Consolidated School District officials and a union representing teachers and other workers could result in no rases for some district employees.
CHILDREN LEFT IN HOT CARS IS A NATIONAL PROBLEM... BUT A YOUNG NEW MEXICAN SAYS SHE HAS COME UP WITH A SOLUTION.
A Roswell oil company executive has been named to a commission that oversees a compact between New Mexico and Texas governing Pecos River water.
State Probation and Parole officers now have more time to keep an eye on offenders, thanks to a new program that employs veterans.
The chances of a national monument being designated in central Idaho are better than 50 percent, the executive director of the 2.4-million-member Sierra Club says.
If you keep back up chile or know that special Lobo hand sign, then you might be in New Mexico.
There's been a lot of work done to the building's exterior - paint, building dA©cor, and a giant rooster in the courtyard.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation is alerting motorists that the I-25 northbound off-ramp to St. Francis Drive will be closed on Sunday, July 20 starting at 3:00 a.m. and will be re-opened on July 20 at 12:00 p.m. Motorists can use Old Pecos Trail to access St. Francis Drive during this closure.
Tonight, a memorial for the three victims in that helicopter crash. Emergency room crews from the Christus Saint Vincent medical center in Santa Fe Organized the ceremony on the hospital's helicopter pad.
Rep. Steve Pearce said that "most immigrants from Central America who are crossing illegally into the United States are driven by economic reasons, not fear of physical danger in their homeland," the Sante Fe New Mexican reports.
LAS CRUCES >> Visitors to New Mexico's national parks and monuments in 2013 spent about $83.2 million dollars and supported 1,136 jobs, according to a new National Park Service report.
The local argument over the name is one of those debates New Mexicans have from time to time that show our lingering sensitivities.
Good morning. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in New Mexico.
Santa Fe police are trying to make connections with members of the northern New Mexico city's homeless populations through their stomachs.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:05 am
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