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Tingley Beach could get a new name
An Albuquerque hot spot for anglers could soon have a new name in honor of a New Mexico fishing icon.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Gov. sees decrease in fatal crashes involving alcohol
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.
DWI fatalities decrease in NM
New data from the New Mexico Department of Transportation shows the number of DWI crashes in the state dropped by 38 percent over the past ten years.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Attorney General upset with Gov. Martinez's line item vetoes
New Mexico wanted three percent raises for state employees. The governor upheld them for some workers, but used line item vetoes to nix them for others.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Asthma-related ER visits high in southeast
SANTA FE >> A New Mexico Department of Health report confirms adults and children from counties in the southeast region of the state continue to be more likely to visit the emergency department or be hospitalized for asthma than adults and children from other regions of the state.
Computer hackers target New Mexicans
A New Mexico computer store says crooks have come up with a new way to take residents for a ride.
I-40 Road Construction
IF YOU'RE HEADED OUT ON I-40 TODAY, OR HAVE DRIVEN THE INTERSTATE RECENTLY...YOU MAY NOTICE THE START OF A MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT.
The Modesto Bee
UNM fares well in graduate school rankings
UNM says that its School of Medicine's rural medicine program is ranked second in the nation in the upcoming issue of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Graduate Schools" for 2015.
Quest for Tesla plant highlights ABQ's meager job growth
As the people charged with bringing new jobs to New Mexico and Albuquerque pull out the stops to lure Tesla and its so-called "gigafactory," two economic reports show just how badly the jobs are needed.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
KRQE News 13
Governor Martinez signs $6B state budget
Governor Susana Martinez signed New Mexico's Fiscal Year 2015 State Budget Tuesday, a bipartisan compromise that enacts several initiatives to increase New Mexico's healthcare workforce, invests in key job creation efforts, and expands education reform initiatives as a means of getting more education dollars into the classroom to help struggling ... (more)
Gary King on Ballot
PRIMARY CONVENTION. BUT THAT'S NOT STOPPING HIM FROM TRYING TO BECOME NEW MEXICO'S NEXT GOVERNOR.
New Mexico to use text messaging in final Obamacare enrollment push
Public health organizations have used text messaging for years to improve pre- and post-natal care, but now the operators of the state health information exchange in New Mexico are using the same basic mobile telephone technology to try to boost health insurance enrollment under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act .
Editorial: Governor should sign bill to support hospitals
Legislation passed in the recently concluded 30-day session and now sitting on the governor's desk is not the final solution for New Mexico hospitals facing a decline in federal funds for uncompensated care, but it is an important start.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
New Mexico governor signs foster care bill
Certain New Mexico foster children will be able to attend college in the state without paying tuition and fees under legislation signed into law Monday by Gov. Susana Martinez.
Teatro Paraguas and Recuerdos Vivos New Mexico to Present When the...
Thanks to the community's support of a crowd-funding campaign, Teatro Paraguas and Recuerdos Vivos New Mexico are pleased to present a full stage production of the oral history play When The Stars Trembled in Ro Puerco at Teatro Paraguas in April 2014.
President Ilham Aliyev held number of official meetings - PHOTOS
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has received a delegation led by chairman of APCO Worldwide's Global Political Strategies group, former Governor of New Mexico, the U.S., Bill Richardson.
The Miami Herald
State exchange denies insurers details on poor
The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange is refusing to give commercial insurance companies personal information from thousands of the state's poor residents.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
New Mexico gay married couples ready for tax time
Some same-sex couples in New Mexico will get to experience for the first time what married couples go through every spring - sorting through joint tax returns.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Daylight Saving Time Dangers
AS YOU GO TO BED, WE MOVE TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME TONIGHT. AND WITH THAT COMES A WARNING, FROM THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Michigan Matters Preview: Michigan Political Leadership Program
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain goes on location at the Michigan Political Leadership Program's annual dinner on March 6 at Laurel Manor to interview Michigan Democratic Party Chair Lon Johnson and Republican Party Chair Bobby Schostak The dup talk about the governor's race, the U.S. Senate race between Terri Lynn Land and Gary ... (more)