CLASS 6A Passing Att.-Comp.—Yds. Austin Smith, La Cueva 70-119 1,169 Aden Chavez, Cibola 104-146 1,166 Marcos Lopez, L…

A reception and awards ceremony were held Tuesday at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center to mark the first anniversary of Citizenship Now!, a community-based naturalization program.

This April 6, 2018, file photo shows the leaves of a marijuana plant inside Ultra Health's cultivation greenhouse in Be…

Water conservation organization Amigos Bravos and the Western Environmental Law Center filed a lawsuit in U.S. District…

New Mexico State University students on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that his administration is revoking California’s authority to set auto mileage standards stricter than those issued by federal regulators, a move critics said would result in less fuel efficient cars that create more…

As anticipated, state First Judicial District Judge Bryan Biedscheid has recused himself from hearing a drunken-driving charge against state Sen. Richard Martinez, a Democrat from Ojo Caliente, increasing the possibility that a judge from another district will be appointed to…

Chicken lovers in Hobbs are in for a “big day” sometime before Thanksgiving, with a second Church’s Chicken to open at 1005 West Joe Harvey Blvd., west of the Cotton Patch restaurant. “We’re going to do a big day. We’re going to do a lot of things that day,” said Liliana Avelina, Church’s ce…

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham proposed a plan Wednesday that would make college free for New Mexico residents. Lujan Grisham announced her proposal for the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship, which would cover 100 percent of tuition and fees for eligible in-state prospective students. The scho…

ALBUQUERQUE — Independent federal investigators say there’s a need for mental health services in New Mexico, but many counties in the sparsely populated state lack licensed providers who can serve patients who rely on government assistance.

The Santa Fe National Forest temporarily suspended selling fuelwood permits and other Forest Service products at its satellite office at the Pueblo of Jemez Welcome Center, also known as the Walatowa Visitor Center, because of a staffing shortage.

The New Mexico State Police said that weather played a role in the head-on collision that injured State Police Officer Thaxter “Scrappy” Richard over the weekend. According to a post on the New Mexico State Police District 12 Facebook page, Richard was “responding to assist officers with a w…

Grant County early childhood development leaders and others voiced their opinions about the struggles of early child care in the area to the New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership on Tuesday. The feedback will help the state’s three-year strategic plan for the recently created Ea…