Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 hs been anything but average.
The study seeks to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic affected food access and security in communities across the state.
As the new LCU director since Oct. 25, 2020, Walsh is crafting a vision for the utilities to capitalize on its strongest resources — its associates.
The president spent his Thanksgiving renewing baseless claims that “massive fraud” and crooked officials in battleground states caused his election defeat.
The switch to remote learning because of the coronavirus has left students, including those on the sparsely populated fringe of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, profoundly isolated — cut off from direct human contact and, in many cases, unconnected…
Several business owners around Santa Fe are hoping to benefit from the pandemic relief bill passed by the New Mexico Legislature in a special session Tuesday.
The first court appearance for Stephen Fox, a 72-year-old who owns an art gallery in downtown Santa Fe, is scheduled Dec. 8.
Dale Doremus’ public service and efforts to protect New Mexico waterways has made her one of The New Mexican’s 10 Who Made a Difference for 2020.
Using a kitchen at El Rancho de las Golondrinas, the culinary team at Santa Fe Youth Works prepared over 500 meals from for those in need.
State Rep. Javier Martínez said he hopes to introduce a bill in the 60-day legislative session to switch New Mexico's primary to a date early in the year.
Judge Emmet Sullivan issued a preliminary injunction Nov. 18, sought by advocates for immigrants, that barred expulsions of unaccompanied children under public health laws.
Santa Fe County reported 84 new cases Thursday.
They are employees of the Houston-based Citgo refining company, which is owned by Venezuela’s state oil company, PDVSA.
The Trump administration is thinking of withdrawing the several hundred U.S. military troops from the Horn of Africa nation at what some experts call the worst possible time.
Toy companies are targeting stuck-at-home grown-ups and with more people shopping online, stores are doing double duty as shipping centers.
Thanksgiving meals were still served Thursday at El Caldito Soup Kitchen, despite the pandemic. But several COVID-safe practices were in place.
The annual event was served in a carry-out format this year as volunteers and visitors practiced COVID-safe protocols.
On Thursday, after a Thanksgiving evening conversation from the White House with troops stationed overseas, Trump abruptly pivoted to angrily alleging — still without any evidence — that “massive fraud” was behind his defeat
The owner of a Farmington video gaming center is accused of child pornography charges tied to the businesses' internet account.
Authorities in New Mexico say the two men who were shot by police in separate incidents within four days of each other were each holding a gun.
Each year, hundreds of people receive aid from the fund during the holiday season to help cover costs and meet their needs.
Contact tracing and isolation protocols meant are sidelining school employees and frustrating efforts to continue in-person learning.
WASHINGTON (AP) — As coronavirus cases surge again nationwide the Supreme Court late Wednesday barred New York from enforcing certain limits on attendance at churches and synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices split 5-4 with new Justice Amy Coney Barrett in the…
Forecasters are warning residents not to expect too much moisture out of the system.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. received more than 80 applications or nominations for the charity program, which is in its second year.
Time and time throughout this year, Carlsbad residents have stepped forward and shown their compassion and their tenacity.
Amendment to relief package failed during special session, but a new version of it may be considered in January
A medical unit caring for COVID-19 patients at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center has earned a place in The New Mexican’s 10 Who Made a Difference for 2020.
Consumers increased their spending last month by just 0.5 percent, the weakest rise since the pandemic erupted.
Tiger's beloved owner died and a family member took him to Felines & Friends.
While many shoppers forgoing family gatherings acknowledged the holiday was tough this year, they said they were adapting to the reality of a celebration in a pandemic.
The state has instituted a program enabling businesses to avoid closure if they agree to conduct regular testing of all employees and assist in contact tracing.
Each year, hundreds of people receive aid from the fund during the holiday season to help cover rent payments, medical bills and other needs.
Legislature provided assistance for state business and unemployed workers, but the debate was about the people not being helped: essential workers.
All routes will operate either through "demand service" or reservations, with the exception of the 290 Edgewood route and the 170 Jicarilla route.
After years of denying allegations of lax financial oversight, the National Rifle Association has made a stunning declaration in a new tax filing: Current and former executives used the nonprofit group’s money for personal benefit and enrichment.
Coas Books' current owner recalls how his father, an archaeologist and U.S. Marine, accidentally founded New Mexico's largest used bookstore.
Albertsons to begin regular employee COVID-19 testing in accordance with new DOH initiative to help businesses avoid closure requirements.
The New Mexico Wildlife Center in Española has temporarily closed to visitors over the governor's latest public health order due to pandemic.
Headed into the Thanksgiving weekend, Lea County had a cumulative total of 3,927 COVID-19 cases, according to the N.M. Department Health. Of those, the department said 1,563 have fully recovered and the county has had 40 COVID-19 related deaths. So far, the county has had 31,996 tests conduc…
The state's daily count dipped below 2,000 for first time in more than a week.
The close race between Democrat incumbent Willie Madrid and Republican challenger Ricky Little triggered an automatic recount scheduled for Dec. 1.
With the Nov. 30 deadline looming to apply for coronavirus relief, problems persist when logging in to the portal to submit applications online.
Alejandro Nevarez will be held without bond as he awaits trial for the charges of attempted murder-assault of his stepfather.
A man walking in the dark died after he was struck by an SUV on U.S. Highway 64 in Kirtland. Investigators say alcohol use by the victim was a factor.
The $330 million package will provide aid to New Mexico residents and business owners reeling from the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rep. Jim Townsend of Artesia was named the House minority leader.
Aztec's new interim director Ken George is the city's electric utility director and has previously filled the interim city manager role.
Flynn is the second Trump associate convicted in the Russia probe to be granted clemency by the president, joining Roger Stone.
Three New Mexico cabinet secretaries in a live remote panel concluded the fourth EnergyPlex Conference last week with discussion of economic development, methane rules and legislative priorities. The Economic Development Corporation of Lea County sponsored and facilitated the conference that…
Initial regular unemployment claims in Santa Fe County tripled to 986 for the week ending Nov. 21, while statewide claims more than doubled.