New Mexico police chief shares stance on George Floyd’s death
George Floyd’s death has had an impact in New Mexico. There’s been a protest and a police chief is speaking out. Farmington Police Chief Steven Hebbe says ...
New Mexico Department of Transportation hiring temporary help in Carlsbad
Carlsbad residents who may have their lost jobs due to COVID-19 can apply for temporary jobs with the New Mexico Department of Transportation.
Survey by New Mexico universities to examine food insecurity amid pandemic
New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico are asking state residents over the age of 18 to complete a survey about access to and affordability of food.
Primary may shake up state Senate leadership in New Mexico
New Mexico's primary election is testing the political fortitude of several influential Democratic legislators who have resisted progressive initiatives ranging from recreational marijuana ...
Report: Coronavirus cuts into New Mexico economy
New numbers from the state’s Economic Development Department give an early look at COVID-19’s impact on New Mexico’s economy.
New Mexico sees 9 more COVID-19 deaths, 133 new cases
Nine more New Mexico residents died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Overall, COVID-19 has killed 344 people in New Mexico, according to the state Department of Health. Four of the new ...
Some New Mexico counties feel pinch as police issue warnings
Some New Mexico counties have seen visitor spending collapse while others have seen revenues in the construction and agriculture industries grow in recent months, according to data released Friday by ...
2 national monuments in New Mexico plan partial reopenings
Plans are being made to partially reopen two national monuments near Grants in northwestern New Mexico for recreational access after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Census operations resume in southeastern New Mexico after COVID-19 suspension
U.S. Census operations ceased by the COVID-19 coronavirus have restarting in southern and southeastern New Mexico according to U.S. Sen. Tom Udall.
New Mexico will lift many business restrictions on June 1
New Mexico will allow restaurants, shopping malls and salons to reopen at limited capacity starting on Monday, June 1, as state ...
The Curse New Mexico staying busy by helping the community
Moving on to soccer, New Mexico United may not be in season, but their supporter’s group The Curse New Mexico is still playing a big part for the team and now the ...
Nasty primary nearly over in New Mexico district GOP wants to recapture
Republicans see New Mexico’s 2nd District as one of their best pick-up opportunities. But the primary, which ends Tuesday, has been nasty and personal.