After months of dialogue, the White House and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have parted ways on Medicare price negotiations.
It’s the actual hat on top of Mayor Alan Webber’s head that has been generating attention lately.
State Sen. Jeff Steinborn, D-Las Cruces, is seeking an even more sweeping change than he first proposed.
City spokeswoman Lilia Chacon said repairs were underway Sunday and cleanup would continue Monday.
Venice’s Tide Office said the peak tide of nearly 5 feet hit just after 1 p.m.
Iranian authorities on Sunday raised the official death toll in the violence to at least three.
Counting inmates as residents of prison where they are held diminishes their political power back home, activists say
For the period ending Nov. 14. To file a complaint, call the state Environment Department at 827-1840. Most violations were corrected during the inspections.
A jury selection hearing for a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by a former police officer against the county and the Los Alamos Police Department has been reset, with no new trial date given. The first trial date was for Sept. 21.
The Santa Fe National Forest will release Christmas Tree permits for sale Monday at Forest Headquarters in Santa Fe and at all Ranger District offices.
The city's 10-part pledge encourages safe and courteous recreation, as well as protection of outdoor amenities through efforts like "leave no trace."
El Camino Real Academy bikes
The state’s thriving illegal marketplace, valued at about $9 billion, continues to dwarf the legal one.
Woodward’s body was found March 25, 1979, in a shallow grave in a remote area about 15 miles north of Reno.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in particular could benefit from Warren’s absence as the two battle over the party’s most progressive voters.
Coming after a defeat in the Kentucky governor’s race and sizable losses in Virginia’s legislative races, the Louisiana result seems certain to rattle Republicans.
For those who benefit from the program that shields them from deportation, the uncertainty and fear about what might happen next is palpable.
“We’re not criminals, but they just keep us locked up,” Juan Carlos Peña Pavon said by telephone shortly after he spent nine days in solitary confinement at Cibola County Correctional Center.
Elizabeth Groginsky brings a track record of using data points like social competence, emotional maturity, literacy and physical health to evaluate and improve child care services.
NMSU graduates who earned a bachelor's in physics as far back as fall 2017 are considered to have graduated from an ABET accredited program.
Officials said the resort will tentatively open around Thanksgiving, predicting a good snow forecast in the next two weeks.
A Tesuque woman who served as one of the show’s early film producers shares her memories for its 50th anniversary.
The move is part of what the DNC is calling an “unprecedented” national investment that began more than a year before the general election.
At a court hearing Friday, a woman who was bitten described the incident: “The two big dogs picked up my dogs and shook their necks and they tried to kill them.”
Momaday said the memoir will delve into his childhood with his teacher parents and explain why he sees himself as a reincarnation of a bear.
Rare window into inner-workings of how a major gun manufacturer markets weapons may be revealed during discovery phase
LOS ALAMOS — Los Alamos County is seeking to revitalize its airport through an estimated $9.7 million expansion plan.
Boeing says the Starliner could land at Willcox Playa or at several military sites: Dugway Proving Ground in Utah, Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California or at two sites in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
ALBUQUERQUE — Quiet streams flush with native trout.
SALT LAKE CITY — An Arizona elected official charged with running an adoption-fraud scheme involving women from the Marshall Islands ran a legal practice and “made happy families,” his attorney said Friday.
Huntsman, a charismatic, popular moderate conservative, had recently been elected for a second term when he stepped down in 2009 to serve as U.S. ambassador to China in the Obama administration.
The judge said he miscalculated in his original award how much it would cost to develop a program for treating babies born dependent on opioids.
LAS CRUCES — A new center focused on helping Native American entrepreneurs has been established at New Mexico State University.
Charges were dropped against a teacher who allegedly obstructed prosecution in a child sexual abuse case, in exchange for her testimony against her husband.
The Las Cruces man accused of dosing his cat with meth was sentenced to three years of probation on an extortion charge.
It is the third location for the project-based, mixed-grade middle school.
LAS VEGAS — New Mexico Highlands University says it’s developing a special anthropology master’s degree program focused on cultural resource management.
He was one of eight candidates for the position. Two of the original 10 candidates withdrew their applications.
HOBBS — A New Mexico school district has apologized because administrative staff asked a high school student to remove a U.S. flag from his car on Veterans Day.
AZTEC — Authorities in New Mexico’s San Juan County say two volunteer firefighters have been arrested and accused of misusing a fuel card intended for fire department vehicles.
PHOENIX — Wildlife officials say an endangered squirrel subspecies in southeastern Arizona is fighting its way back after much of its mountain habitat was burned by a 2017 wildfire.
The Sun-News visited the Rio Grande Theatre following extensive repairs over the summer.
Long-awaited repairs to the Rio Grande Theatre's fly system were among the upgrades made over several weeks this summer.
Kitchen Creations has been featured in the American Diabetes Associations's Diabetes Support Directory.