1 hr ago | Business Journal
The annual survey, conducted by Research & Polling Inc. and released on Monday, said that New Mexicans use TV 58 percent of the time to get their news, versus 39 percent for newspapers and 29 percent for Internet news sites.
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The City of Portland has selected Leah Treat to be the new Director of the Bureau of Transportation .
5 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
A nonprofit organization Goal Advocacy says it hit the floor running after it was formed in January, promoting policies that create jobs, strengthen the economy and address state and federal legislation that impact residents at the local level.
10 hrs ago | KVII-TV Amarillo
The number of people in New Mexico receiving disability payments through the Social Security system has exceeded even the increasing national trend.
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The latest from fire officials has the White Peak fire burning near Cimarron, at 15 percent containment.
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Santa Fe city councilors are set to consider a proposal that would impose strict regulations on the number of bullets in gun magazines allowed in the city limits.
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the transformer for Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative Inc. will arrive at its final destination Wednesday.
Visitors at state parks over Memorial Day weekend declined 40.6 percent from last year, to just under 315,000.
A very long time ago, the overpass over the tracks wasn't there. Traffic came down Stadium Blvd, turned south on Williams then crossed at Trumbull.
A Santa Fe man is finding his brush with the law at a New Jersey airport to be not only time consuming, but costly too.
AJRA Rodeo, Shakin' on the Pecos The American Junior Rodeo Association annual rodeo will be held Thursday, June 20, and Friday, June 21, at the Eddy County Sheriff's Posse Arena, 2407 E. Greene St. Gate tickets: $5 adults; $3 kids 12 and under.
The APS Board of Education met Wednesday and approved the more than $42 million operational budget for the next school year, bringing it one step closer to being finalized by the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Square in the middle of three years of intense drought conditions, New Mexico is dealing with an escalating water problem that has now caused one town, Magdalena, to run out of water, forcing city officials to scramble for solutions to bring relief to local residents and businesses.