720 Articles in New Mexico News
Edgewood Independent

by: Elizabeth McCall | The Independent

Former Lt. Gubernatorial Candidate Announces Candidacy for State Senate


Published: 9 mins ago

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Edgewood Independent

by: Elizabeth McCall | The Independent

Stansbury Calls for Transparency on ICE Detention Centers


Published: 21 mins ago

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Carlsbad school ordered to shelter-in-place during SWAT activity

Two men were arrested Tuesday in a Hickory Street home. The SWAT activity caused a nearby school to go into a shelter-in-place mode.


Published: 2024-03-01T18:09:55

Carlsbad man gets 17 years for role in child sex abuse scheme

Juan Antonio Flores, 47, was sentenced to 17.5 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to enticement of a minor.


Published: 2024-03-01T18:09:53

Officials say WIPP recovered from 2014 incident. Critics voice doubts.

A ruptured drum of nuclear waste released radiation into the air in February 2014. Ten years later, debate rages on if the site has recovered.


Published: 2024-03-01T18:09:52

NM Sen. says law should safeguard moms of healthy surrendered babies

State Sen. David Gallegos (R-41) said a proposed statue should exempt parents of healthy surrendered babies from investigation.


Published: 2024-03-01T18:09:52

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Bella Davis

AG called on to create missing, murdered Indigenous people task force

The New Mexico Legislature has asked Attorney General Raúl Torrez to create a new task force focused on a crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people.


Published: 2024-03-01T18:09:52

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Crime bills head to governor’s desk

By ALEX ROSS Roswell Daily Record Two public safety measures meant to stiffen criminal penalties and keep repeat felony suspects detained longer wer...


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:04

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Choose-your-own pantry coming to The Commons

(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)Gerald Gandara, facilities coordinator at The Commons: C......


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:04

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Rare bloom - Endangered Philippine vine just one plant to see at WNMU greenhouse

(Photo by Cielo Rodriguez for the Daily Press)Western New Mexico University greenhouse m......


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:03

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Groundbreaking near for new rec center

(Courtesy Graphic)An architectural rendering of the proposed entrance to the new communi......


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:03

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Behavioral health, housing task force unveils work

(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)Laura Aubry speaks at the Feb. 13 Silver City Town Counc......


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:03

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Two weeks of events kick off wilderness centennial year

The science and culture of the region will mix in two events this week and next — the first in a series of events this year celebrating the centenni...


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:02

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

More U.S. 180 widening among session’s wins

By CIELO RODRIGUEZ Daily Press Correspondent After 30 days, the New Mexico Legislature officially adjourned earlier this month, and both District 28...


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:02

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Commission chair critiques hospital hire

(Press Staff Screenshot by Jo Lutz)Housing and Behavioral Health Task Force members Laur......


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:02

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Tyrone may cut water to overdue members

Overdue assessments for water bills have been ongoing in Tyrone, according to the leadership of the Tyrone Water and Wastewater Association, and board...


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:01

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Extra funds lead to Cobre budget shifts

By JUNO OGLE Daily Press Staff The Cobre Consolidated Schools Board of Education approved almost $2.2 million in adjustments to its current fiscal y...


Published: 2024-03-01T18:06:01

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

Hundreds to take part in pilgrimage to Chimayo


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:22

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

FUMC to host meet and greet for new pastor July 8


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:22

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Fire victims eligible for emergency loans


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:13

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

San Miguel County property tax deadline extended


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:12

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Community Foundation awards first relief grants


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:11

Las Vegas Optic

by: Beth Urech

Beth speaks for herself: Back to Back (but not Bach)


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:10

Community Calendar 3/17/2023


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:09

Las Vegas Optic

by: Curtis Michaels, The Communicator

Sunrise Clinics opening in the region’s schools


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:05

Las Vegas Optic

by: Heerea Rikhraj, New Mexico In Depth

Growing New Mexico maternity care deserts bring long drives, increased worry


Published: 2024-03-01T18:05:04

Jail Log 3/1/2024


Published: 2024-03-01T18:04:57

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

New Alta Vista owners meet with community


Published: 2024-03-01T18:04:50

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Community Foundation elects new leader; reports progress


Published: 2024-03-01T18:04:49

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Announcing New Mexico Film Properties LLC


Published: 2024-03-01T18:04:49

WATCH LIVE: Director Joel Souza takes stand in 'Rust' shooting trial

SANTA FE, N.M. — Prosecutors sought to pin blame on a movie weapons supervisor for bringing live ammunition on set and “unprofessional and sloppy” work that contributed to the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin during production of the...


Published: 2024-03-01T17:40:00

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Sandia hosts National Fiery Foods & BBQ Show this weekend in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The 35th annual National Fiery Foods & BBQ Show will be at Sandia Resort and Casino this weekend. It kicks off Friday and will go through Sunday. Sample everything from blazing BBQ to super hot salsa, mild and savory marinades and...


Published: 2024-03-01T14:01:19

Updated: 2024-03-01T14:01:21

APD to release details on fatal officer-involved shooting

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department is scheduled to hold a news conference to release details on an officer-involved shooting that left one suspect dead near 6th St. and I-40 on January 25, 2024. Double Eagle II Airport preparing...


Published: 2024-03-01T11:09:51

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Curtis Segarra

Rio Rancho municipal election happening March 5, 2024

RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Rio Rancho’s municipal election is happening soon. Here’s some key info for voters. Election day is March 5, 2024. Same-day voter registration is available at voting convenience centers. All voters will need one current ID...


Published: 2024-03-01T11:00:37

The Gallery ABQ hosting reception for new exhibit

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Gallery ABQ is participating in the ArtScrawl and will be holding a reception in their salon from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, March 1. Strange holidays for every day in March The exhibit will feature pieces from the private...


Published: 2024-03-01T10:54:53

Farmington Daily Times

by: Associated Press New Mexico

Missing Arizona teen with autism found in New Mexico


Published: 2024-03-01T10:00:00

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Fallon Fischer

Jury finds Hobbs man guilty of killing pregnant girlfriend, injuring child in 2021

HOBBS, N.M. (KRQE) – A grand jury on Thursday found a Hobbs man guilty of killing his pregnant girlfriend and shooting the woman’s two-year-old daughter in September 2021. Steven Samreth was found guilty of first-degree murder, child abuse resulting in...


Published: 2024-03-01T09:46:26

Ukrainian immigrants continue to adjust to new life in Farmington

Approximately two dozen Ukrainian immigrants who have relocated to Farmington over the last two years seem to have adapted well to their new lives.


Published: 2024-03-01T08:32:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jason GrovesLas Cruces Sun-News

Ifo Pili returns to Utah after four years in Las Cruces


Published: 2024-03-01T08:30:00

KRQE Newsfeed: Trial continues, City lawsuit, Warmer and windy, Fiery foods show, Sculpture exhibit

Friday’s Top Stories Student stabbed at Hobbs Freshman High School Officer named in APD DWI scandal resigns 1 dead after shooting near the Embudo Trailhead in Albuquerque Double Eagle II Airport preparing for large expansion What’s happening around New...


Published: 2024-03-01T08:11:37

“Women of Spirit” showcasing historic women

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – As Women’s History month begins, a New Mexico gallery is showcasing sculptures that represent historic women from across the world. Story continues below New Mexico: Double Eagle II Airport preparing for large expansion Don’t Miss: New...


Published: 2024-03-01T08:10:26

What’s happening around New Mexico March 1-7

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Check out community events around New Mexico from March 1-7. Albuquerque March 1-2 The Show – Albuquerque’s longest-running comedy show. Every Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $12. March 1 The TEN Tenors – This Australian...


Published: 2024-03-01T07:21:58

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Jordan Honeycutt

1 dead after shooting near the Embudo Trailhead in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting on Indian School Rd. near the Embudo Trailhead. Details are limited but they say they received a call that one person had been shot and was critically injured....


Published: 2024-03-01T07:21:55

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Gabriel Chavez

Double Eagle II Airport preparing for large expansion

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The aviation landscape in New Mexico is gearing up for significant changes as Double Eagle II Airport undergoes a monumental expansion project, responding to the soaring demand for hangar space and improved aviation facilities....


Published: 2024-03-01T07:21:53

Warmer and windy weekend around New Mexico

Friday morning is chilly, with temperatures in the 20s, 30s and 40s. Skies are mostly clear. Friday will be a sunny day across New Mexico, and temperatures will be much warmer than Thursday. Highs will climb anywhere from five to thirty degrees today,...


Published: 2024-03-01T07:07:10

New Mexico Political Report

by: Hannah Grover

Tribal members discuss the impacts of uranium industry

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights heard about the contamination of Native American lands by uranium extraction and milling during a thematic hearing on Wednesday in Washington D.C. The commission streamed the hearing on its website as well as...


Published: 2024-03-01T07:05:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T01:27:15

New Mexico Political Report

by: Hannah Grover

MRGCD prepares for irrigation season

The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District opened its headgates this week to test infrastructure in advance of irrigation season. The opening of the gates on Monday allowed the MRGCD to flush the canals and ensure that everything is in working order when...


Published: 2024-03-01T07:02:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:45:59

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Julianna Russ

Strange holidays for every day in March

AUSTIN (KXAN) — These holidays might not be included in your paid time off, but you can still strike gold celebrating March’s strange holidays. Saint Patrick’s Day is the most commonly celebrated holiday in March, but here are a few more to look forward...


Published: 2024-03-01T07:01:17

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: The Associated Press

Some doorbell cameras sold online, including on Amazon, have security flaws, probe finds

NEW YORK (AP) — Some doorbell cameras sold by Amazon and other online retailers have security flaws that could allow bad actors to view footage from the devices or control them completely, according to an investigation published Thursday by Consumer...


Published: 2024-03-01T06:44:31

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Lauren Irwin, The Hill

When is the State of the Union address?

(The Hill) — President Joe Biden will give his third State of the Union address on March 7, likely his final speech before Congress ahead of the 2024 presidential election this fall. It falls as Biden is in the thick of primary election season, just two...


Published: 2024-03-01T06:43:51

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Elizabeth Tucker / Journal Staff Writer

Double the snow, slightly above average temperatures for February in Albuquerque

Across the state, daily temperatures were slightly above average in February, according to Matt DeMaria, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Albu… Read moreDouble the snow, slightly above average temperatures for February in Albuquerque


Published: 2024-03-01T05:58:00-07:00

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Leap Day 2024: How some New Mexicans are celebrating the special day

For most of us, Leap Day is just an extra day in February. However, for a select few, it's a day they don't get to celebrate often enough.


Published: 2024-03-01T05:26:54

Updated: 2024-03-01T05:26:56

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

The new cost of living in New Mexico

A recent study found the average New Mexican family is spending up to $286 on groceries per week – and even more when children are involved.


Published: 2024-03-01T05:14:45

Updated: 2024-03-01T05:14:46

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

Fed and state funds look to prevent drought damage in New Mexico


Published: 2024-03-01T05:02:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

UPDATE: Embudo Trailhead Shooting Victim Dies; Homicide Detectives Investigate

ABQ RAW7 hours ago1 minUPDATE: Embudo Trailhead Shooting Victim Dies; Homicide Detectives InvestigateBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/29/2024 @ 6:25PM UPDATED: 02/29/2024 @ 9:15PM (Updates Status of the Shooting Victim) © 2024 ABQRAW All...1,206 views0...


Published: 2024-03-01T01:57:49

Updated: 2024-03-01T05:02:01.651Z

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

4 Investigates: Red flag law failure

The family of Matthias Wynkoop is asking why the state's red flag law failed to protect their loved one from himself.


Published: 2024-03-01T01:57:49

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:57:51

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Ascend ABQ: Application process now open for potential Sunport vendors

Ascend ABQ is a new program at the Sunport for small business owners to get in on the concessions program.


Published: 2024-03-01T01:47:02

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:47:04

SWAT work to arrest suspect in northeast Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Police activated its SWAT unit to arrest a male suspect in northeast Albuquerque. The response is around the 8400 block of Heights Road NE.Your neighborhood: Local news from KOAT Action 7 News Advertisement ...


Published: 2024-03-01T01:32:00

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Albuquerque police release 2023 crime data

The Albuquerque Police Department released preliminary crime statistics for 2023.


Published: 2024-03-01T01:28:03

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:28:27

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

And Another SWAT Situation Happens in Albuquerque

ABQ RAW7 hours ago1 minAnd Another SWAT Situation Happens in AlbuquerqueBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/29/2024 @ 5:15PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...1,412 views2 comments1 like. Post not...


Published: 2024-03-01T01:22:05

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:26:16.174Z

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Albuquerque police investigating homicide near Embudo Trailhead

Albuquerque police officers are investigating a deadly shooting near the Embudo Trailhead.


Published: 2024-03-01T01:10:54

Updated: 2024-03-01T05:21:03

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

APD arrests suspect in bike shop break-in

Court documents say Mario Moreno will be charged with commercial burglary after police say he broke into a bike shop and stole a bicycle worth hundreds of dollars.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:25:35

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:29:08

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

UFO McDonald’s In Roswell To Present Tourist Donations Ronald McDonald House Charities March 6

UFO McDonald’s News:ROSWELL — One of the most visited McDonald’s in the world – the UFO McDonald’s in Roswell – will distribute $5,000 in visitor donations to 56 respective Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) locations across the world. Roswell Mayor...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Ariana Figueroa

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt of Alabama to deliver GOP response to State of the Union

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt of Alabama will deliver the Republican rebuttal following President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address to Congress on March 7.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Sofia Resnick

Telehealth abortions on the rise since Dobbs, new report shows

Researchers studying national abortion trends found that in the 15 months since Roe v. Wade fell, abortion rates remained elevated despite more limited access throughout the U.S., according to the Society of Family Planning’s latest #WeCount report...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Daily Record File Photo

Roswell among top 3 cities to host air races

This sign, in a planter along North Main Street, was among many greetings displayed for representatives of the Reno Air Racing Association, wh…


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

Roswell among finalists to host air races

The Reno Air Racing Association (RARA) reported Thursday that Roswell has been named among the top three contenders to host the 2025 National …


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Ricardo Caté Artwork For Sale At Wolf And Mermaid

Cartoonist Ricardo Caté. Courtesy photoRicardo Caté acrylic on canvas art for sale at Wolf and Mermaid, 181 Central Park Square. Courtesy photoWolf and Mermaid News:Wolf and Mermaid has announced a new collaboration with noted cartoonist and comedian...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Ariana Figueroa

Presidential campaign moves to the border, as Biden urges Trump to back immigration deal

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon paid competing visits to the nation’s southern border, where Biden called on Congress to reconsider a bipartisan border security deal that Republicans tanked at...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Obituary: Barbara Ann Smith Aug. 28, 1937 – Feb. 14, 2024

BARBARA ANN SMITH Aug. 28, 1937 – Feb. 14, 2024Barbara Ann Smith, age 86, of White Rock, New Mexico, formerly of Roosevelt, Utah, passed away February 14, 2024, in Los Alamos, New Mexico, surrounded by all her children.Barbara was born August 28, 1937, in...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Patrick Lohmann

Northern NM fire victims will be spared additional taxes under provision approved by Legislature

Those who hired lawyers to help them get compensation for losses to the biggest wildfire in state history won’t have to worry about additional taxes on legal services if Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signs the tax package sent to her by lawmakers last month


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

DeVolder: America For Sale – Cheap / Part V

By MARK DEVOLDER Los AlamosNote: I had a very difficult time writing Part V because something was eluding me.Recently, I began to consider how people use their time. I concluded that most people spend the majority of their time on work, family, sleep and...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Daily Postcard: Rabbit Munches Twigs At Valles Caldera

Daily Postcard: A rabbit captured on the #WildlifeWednesday webcam munching on twigs at Valles Caldera National Preserve. While much of Valles Caldera’s native wildlife either hibernates or migrates for the winter, the cottontail rabbit remains on-site...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

County Aquatic Center Shares Fitness Schedule For March

COUNTY News:During the month of March the Aquatic Center at 2760 Canyon Road will not offer long course set up. Long course set up will return 6-10:30 a.m., Mondays and Wednesdays in April. The aerobics classes resume normal schedule in March as...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Arise Sexual Assault Services

Heroes Unite! Fundraiser, presented by Arise Sexual Assault Services. The event aims to raise... Read More


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jennifer Shutt

A day ahead of shutdown, Congress works on advancing stopgap spending bills

WASHINGTON — Congress passed a short-term funding extension Thursday intended to give lawmakers a bit more time to wrap up work on the annual spending bills — dodging a shutdown despite election year politics and narrow margins. The stopgap spending bill,...


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

'Mysterious' respiratory virus in dogs has not been seen in Roswell

While canine parvovirus remains a threat to dogs in the Roswell area, a mysterious respiratory disease, which has been widely reported in the …


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Staff reports

Unemployment claims in New Mexico declined last week

Here's a look at how weekly unemployment claims changed in New Mexico last week compared with the week prior.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

State budget includes $450K for Connie Mack World Series ad buy

The measure was shepherded by state Sen. William Sharer, R-Farmington, and is included in the state budget that has been sent to the governor.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Silverspot butterfly in New Mexico deemed 'threatened" by feds

A butterfly known to dwell along New Mexico’s eastern plains and northern mountains was deemed “threatened” by the federal government.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Newcomb man enters plea agreement in federal assault case

Kenneth Lee Begay, 59 of Newcomb, has pleaded guilty to assaulting two police officers during his June 2023 arrest.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Farmington woman indicted in federal court for alleged wire fraud

Farmington's Teresa McCown, owner of M&M Production & Operation Inc. and the Shoreline Oil and Gas Company, faces a nine-count federal indictment.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Education co-op sets listening session dates on dual language programs

The Four Corners Regional Education Cooperative #1 will present its first listening session on dual language programs on Feb. 22 in Farmington.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Bart Jansen

Donald Trump hit with $453.5 million penalty in NY real estate fraud lawsuit

'Their complete lack of contrition and remorse borders on pathological,' Judge Arthur Engoron wrote of Trump and his sons Eric and Donald Jr.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

County officials eye $2.5M in grants for road, trails projects

San Juan County officials have prepared two grant proposals seeking more than $2.5 million in funding from federal and state sources.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Baby box at Farmington fire station is first in San Juan County

The Safe Haven Baby Box devices allow parents to anonymously surrender their children to local authorities.


Published: 2024-03-01T00:00:00

KOAT Action News

by: Sasha Lenninger

Valencia County gets first police dog since mid-90s

VALENCIA COUNTY, N.M. — The Valencia County Sheriff's Office is home to roughly 50 deputies and one of it's newest just started this month.Deputy Brad Killough and his partner Deputy Dobby make up VCSO's K-9 unit, something the department has lacked...


Published: 2024-02-29T23:59:00

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

Verdict reached: Izaiah Garcia found guilty in Pokémon Go murder

Guilty on all counts. After hours of deliberation, a jury decided Garcia killed 21-year-old Cayla Campos while she was playing Pokémon Go.


Published: 2024-02-29T23:22:06

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:16:30

KOB 4

by: Christina Rodriguez

APD DWI officer under federal probe resigns

Albuquerque police officer Honorio Alba Jr. has resigned ahead of his scheduled Internal Affairs interview, according to APD.


Published: 2024-02-29T22:32:43

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:24:52

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Jordan Honeycutt

Albuquerque man charged with driving drunk in fatal crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque man is behind bars after deputies say he drove drunk, crashed into a car, and killed the driver. Around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, deputies responded to the crash near Coors and Jimenez River Road. Video: Man drives...


Published: 2024-02-29T22:15:51

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Annalisa Pardo

Residents sue city of Española and property owners after building condemnation, eviction

ESPAÑOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – A group of residents who said they were wrongfully forced out of a New Mexico apartment complex after it was condemned are now suing the city and the company that managed the property. “It was just cruel. This whole thing is just...


Published: 2024-02-29T22:15:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

BREAKING NEWS: DWI APD Officer Resigns before IA Interview

ABQ RAW11 hours ago1 minBREAKING NEWS: DWI APD Officer Resigns before IA InterviewBY ABQ RAW staff POSTED 02/29/2024 @ 2:30PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...1,436 views15 commentsPost not...


Published: 2024-02-29T21:30:03

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:34:43.851Z

Albuqueruque Journal

by: MORGAN LEE / Associated Press

Assistant director says armorer handed gun to Alec Baldwin before fatal shooting of cinematographer

Courtroom testimony from an assistant director in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin is providing new details about a final safety check on a… Read moreAssistant director says armorer handed gun to Alec Baldwin before fatal shooting...


Published: 2024-02-29T21:27:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:29:01-07:00

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Jordan Honeycutt

Las Cruces Police offering steering wheel locks for Kia/Hyundai owners

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – The Las Cruces Police Department is offering Hyundai and Kia owners free steering wheel locks for those that have a key-start ignition. Eligible vehicles include Kia cars from 2011 to 2021 and Hyundai cars from 2011 to 2022. The...


Published: 2024-02-29T21:23:38

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

APD arrests 3 men after pursuit and SWAT standoff

Police arrested three men accused of leading police on a chase that eventually turned into a SWAT activation in southeast Albuquerque.


Published: 2024-02-29T21:11:03

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:33:43

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Jordan Honeycutt

1 dead after crash northwest of Texico

CURRY COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – The Curry County Sheriff’s Office was called to a fatal crash northwest of Texico on Wednesday night. They say 23-year-old Brandon Galvan had been running on Curry Road 10 when he was struck by a 2004 Chevy Tahoe. Galvan died...


Published: 2024-02-29T21:10:13

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Hannah Moore

Eggo offering $0 stays at ‘Pancake House’ rental cabin in Tennessee

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — On the heels of Pancake Week, Eggo is inviting people to the “ultimate Eggo experience” for spring break. People can now book a stay at the first-ever Eggo House of Pancakes in Gatlinburg, Tenn. The “pancake house” includes a...


Published: 2024-02-29T20:59:13

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

New Mexico Legal Aid to host ‘Law-La-Palooza’ this Friday

What sounds like a popular music festival is actually an event offering free legal consultations in Albuquerque this Friday.


Published: 2024-02-29T20:50:57

Updated: 2024-02-29T20:56:50

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Pre-leasing now open for apartments converted from hotel in Albuquerque

The City of Albuquerque and Monarch Properties are now accepting applications to pre-lease one of the apartments converted from a hotel.


Published: 2024-02-29T20:31:40

Updated: 2024-02-29T20:31:41

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Gregory R.C. Hasman / Journal Staff Writer

APD looking into fatal shooting in Northeast Albuquerque

Police have opened a homicide investigation after a person was shot and killed in Northeast Albuquerque on Thursday evening. Read moreAPD looking into fatal shooting in Northeast Albuquerque


Published: 2024-02-29T20:28:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T20:28:09-07:00

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Jordan Honeycutt

City of Santa Fe offering residents chance to win VIP Zozobra tickets

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The City of Santa Fe is offering its residents a chance to win VIP tickets to the 100th burning of Zozobra on August 30. All residents have to do is sign up for the ALERT Santa Fe and Smart 911 Program. Celebrity Historian Raffi...


Published: 2024-02-29T20:09:56

Why do we have a Leap Day and what would happen if we didn't?

Leap year. It's a delight for the calendar and math nerds among us. So how did it all begin and why?Have a look at some of the numbers, history and lore behind the (not quite) every four year phenom that adds a 29th day to February. ...


Published: 2024-02-29T20:01:00

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

ABQ BioPark warns of ticket scam

Officials at the ABQ BioPark are warning the public about a nationwide general admission ticket scam affecting them.


Published: 2024-02-29T19:41:12

Updated: 2024-02-29T19:41:13

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

Jury finds Izaiah Garcia guilty in Pokémon Go killing

A jury on Thursday found Izaiah Garcia guilty of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old woman playing Pokémon Go with her boyfriend at a North… Read moreJury finds Izaiah Garcia guilty in Pokémon Go killing


Published: 2024-02-29T19:31:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T23:16:37-07:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

Albuquerque police release data showing overall crime hasn't budged much

The Albuquerque Police Department released crime statistics for 2023 on Thursday, showing a minuscule decrease in overall property crime and a small increase in v… Read moreAlbuquerque police release data showing overall crime hasn't budged much


Published: 2024-02-29T19:24:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:14:21-07:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

New Mexico health officials announce first reported pediatric flu death of the 2023-2024 season

New Mexico health officials announce first reported pediatric flu death of the 2023-2024 season Thursday, 29 February 2024 19:10 gallupsun SANTA FE — The New Mexico Department of Health announced the state’s first reported influenza-associated pediatric...


Published: 2024-02-29T19:10:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Man Shot in the Leg in the War Zone

ABQ RAW14 hours ago1 minMan Shot in the Leg in the War ZoneBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/29/2024 @ 11:50AM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on...925 views2 comments1 like. Post not marked as liked1


Published: 2024-02-29T19:04:27

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:30:38.457Z

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Gregory R.C. Hasman / Journal Staff Writer

Albuquerque man accused of drunken driving, killing driver in Northwest Albuquerque

A 23-year-old man is being accused of hitting another vehicle and killing a man while driving drunk in Northwest Albuquerque. Read moreAlbuquerque man accused of drunken driving, killing driver in Northwest Albuquerque


Published: 2024-02-29T19:03:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T19:32:28-07:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

RPD releases name of victim in Wednesday crash

Roswell police have released the name of a woman who died in a single-vehicle crash that happened Wednesday in South Roswell.


Published: 2024-02-29T19:00:14

Piñon Post

by: Gregory Hollister

G. Edward Johnson, Wiki Commons New Mexico Outrage as teacher’s sword fight stunt turns classroom into battlegroundby Gregory Hollister February 29, 2024

An alarming incident at Volcano Vista High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, involving a high school teacher and a dangerous classroom activity, has led to a lawsuit against Albuquerque Public Schools (APS). The lawsuit, filed on February 23, alleges...


Published: 2024-02-29T18:55:00

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Marilyn Upchurch

Trial Day 6: Experienced armorer says behind-the-scenes footage shows gun safety issues on set of ‘Rust’

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Looking to prove film armorer Hannah Gutierrez didn’t do enough to prevent the deadly shooting of a cinematographer on the Rust film set, prosecutors combined behind the scenes footage with an expert armorer’s testimony on Thursday. He...


Published: 2024-02-29T18:49:22

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Used PNM power poles now in use at ABQ BioPark Zoo

PNM says their used power poles will soar to new heights, thanks to a new partnership with the ABQ BioPark Zoo.


Published: 2024-02-29T18:26:44

Updated: 2024-02-29T18:28:36

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Adrian Gomez / Journal Arts Editor

House of eternal love: Couples say a Leap Day 'I do' at Meow Wolf

It was a day of love in the multiverse. Weeks ago, Meow Wolf made a call to couples for the chance to get married inside Santa Fe’s “House of Eternal Return.” On Thursday, couples took them up on the offer.


Published: 2024-02-29T17:45:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:14:15-07:00

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Hogan GoreAustin American-Statesman

Trump to visit Texas-Mexico border, follows Republican primary map

Trump, who picked up an endorsement from Abbott during a border trip in November, will share the spotlight with Biden who is scheduled for a border visit 300 miles away in Brownsville.


Published: 2024-02-29T17:42:00

Trump to visit Texas-Mexico border, follows Republican primary map

Trump, who picked up an endorsement from Abbott during a border trip in November, will share the spotlight with Biden who is scheduled for a border visit 300 miles away in Brownsville.


Published: 2024-02-29T17:42:00

University of New Mexico fraternity under social suspension

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A Greek fraternity at the University of New Mexico has been placed on interim social suspension. The UNM Dean of Students placed the suspension on Sigma Chi. The restrictions will cause the fraternity and its members to be restricted...


Published: 2024-02-29T17:32:00

City Desk

by: NM Political Report

Source of “forever chemicals” contamination in Santa Fe County remains unknown


Published: 2024-02-29T17:19:20

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:19:22

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

Trial opens in 2017 killing unreported for 6 months

Law enforcement officers were unaware that Juan Cedeno had been murdered until six months after he was fatally shot and his body dumped on the West Mesa, a prosecutor told jurors this week in the trial of his alleged killer. Raul Garcia, 40, …


Published: 2024-02-29T17:13:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T21:53:00-07:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Gino Gutierrez / Journal Staff Writer

Read to Me! providing books to those in need

Tucked away at the city of Albu-querque’s Transit Maintenance Center is a sanctuary for literacy. In one of the rooms, in a corner, sits a giant stack of brown cardboard boxes, each filled donated children’s books.


Published: 2024-02-29T16:25:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T23:16:37-07:00

Man already serving life sentence convicted in murder of Tucson girl who vanished from parents' home

An Arizona jury has convicted a man in the kidnapping and murder of a 6-year-old girl in Tucson. Jurors in Pima County Superior Court delivered the verdict Thursday in the retrial of Christopher Clements. He is scheduled to be sentenced March…


Published: 2024-02-29T16:16:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T21:53:20-07:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

MADD Officer of the Year resigns amid DWI corruption probe

Another Albuquerque Police Department officer implicated in a DWI corruption investigation has resigned.


Published: 2024-02-29T15:47:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:14:13-07:00

City Desk

by: Rodd Cayton

Focused on the future


Published: 2024-02-29T15:35:21

Updated: 2024-02-29T15:35:23

Albuqueruque Journal

by: SEUNG MIN KIM, JILL COLVIN and COLLEEN LONG - Associated Press

Miles apart, Biden and Trump tour U.S.-Mexico border highlighting immigration as an election issue

President Joe Biden and Donald Trump are in Texas for dueling visits to the U.S.-Mexico border. It’s a sign of how central immigration has become in the 2024 campaign. Biden wants to hammer Republicans for tanking a bipartisan border security…


Published: 2024-02-29T15:35:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T22:07:40-07:00

KOAT Action News

by: John Cardinale

Student with autism pepper sprayed by Albuquerque Public Schools police

Everyone has their favorite TV show.“Here we are at the 'Ellen' studio in Hollywood,” Phillip Paulos said while pointing to a photo of his son. Advertisement That trip to Hollywood was a big deal to Paulos’ son for one reason. ...


Published: 2024-02-29T15:23:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: MATT O'BRIEN - AP Technology Writer

Humanoid robot-maker Figure partners with OpenAI and gets backing from Jeff Bezos and tech giants

ChatGPT-maker OpenAI is looking to fuse its artificial intelligence systems into the bodies of humanoid robots as part of a new deal with robotics startup Figure.


Published: 2024-02-29T15:22:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T21:24:33-07:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: WAFAA SHURAFA, KAREEM CHEHAYEB and MELANIE LIDMAN - Associated Press

Palestinians say Israeli troops fired at people seeking food. Israel says scene was deadly stampede

Witnesses say Israeli troops fired on a large crowd of Palestinians racing to pull food off an aid convoy in Gaza City. Health officials said that more than 100 people were killed. That brings the death toll since the start of the Israel-Hama…


Published: 2024-02-29T15:18:42-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T15:26:04-07:00

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Albuquerque Isotopes show appreciation for truckers

The Albuquerque Isotopes are telling truckers, "We're Truckin' With You,' to thank them for the work they do.


Published: 2024-02-29T15:03:41

Updated: 2024-02-29T15:03:56

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

Matnapo/Unsplash New Mexico NM Health Dept. fearmongering people over 65 to get new COVID-19 jab

Following the recent endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) recommendation, far-left Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is...


Published: 2024-02-29T14:52:00

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Brandon Richards: Cooler weather for Leap Day

We'll see cooler weather for Leap Day with temperatures in the 50s and 60s and mixed precipitation moving into the Texas Panhandle.


Published: 2024-02-29T14:36:43

Updated: 2024-02-29T14:36:45

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

One dead in South Roswell crash

Update: The story has been updated following the release of additional information


Published: 2024-02-29T09:56:10

Roswell Daily Record

by: Christina Stock Photo

Picturing the Day

A first sign of spring popped up in the form of tiny daffodils on the 1300 block of North Missouri Avenue. Daffodils, also known as narcissus, are easy to grow and ret…


Published: 2024-02-29T09:53:40

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

Utility rates, municipal court operations among Legal Committee meeting items

Among the topics discussed at last week’s Roswell Legal Committee meeting were plans to restructure utility rates for water, wastewater and solid waste services.


Published: 2024-02-29T09:51:23

Roswell Daily Record

by: Terri Harber Photo

Picturing the Day-Bake sale for family trip

Cake pops, cupcakes and pink lemonade were on the sales menu of these siblings trying to raise money for a trip to Disneyland with other family members. From left, Kar…


Published: 2024-02-29T09:51:23

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

PVPS provides search and rescue operations, aids homeless

Michaela Merz didn't see eye-to-eye with the search and rescue group she volunteered for, so she and some others founded their own nonprofit.


Published: 2024-02-29T09:51:23

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Local veterans struggle with PTSD issues

According to one local veteran, former service members with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) have few treatment options in the Roswell area and often face difficu…


Published: 2024-02-29T09:51:23

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Deputies respond to shooting threats at Berrendo Middle School

Berrendo Middle School was placed on lockdown for nearly a half hour on Thursday after a student threatened to shoot fellow students and school employees.


Published: 2024-02-29T09:51:23

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Alexis SimmermanAustin American-Statesman

See photos, videos of massive wildfires in Texas panhandle

The wildfires have claimed about nearly one million acres and continue to burn. Texans in the panhandle capture video, photos of the natural disaster.


Published: 2024-02-29T09:10:00

See photos, videos of massive wildfires in Texas panhandle

The wildfires have claimed about nearly one million acres and continue to burn. Texans in the panhandle capture video, photos of the natural disaster.


Published: 2024-02-29T09:10:00

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Leah RomeroLas Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico's Woman of the Year: C. Shannon Bacon

C. Shannon Bacon has served her state as a justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court since 2019 and as the chief justice for nearly two years.


Published: 2024-02-29T08:53:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Leah RomeroLas Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico's Woman of the Year: C. Shannon Bacon

C. Shannon Bacon has served her state as a justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court since 2019 and as the chief justice for nearly two years.


Published: 2024-02-29T08:53:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Lujan Grisham, Santa Fe Mayor Webber publicly trade blows over obelisk toppling

Far-left Democrat Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has publicly contested the account given by far-left Democrat Mayor Alan Webber during his deposition related to a lawsuit concerning the October 2020 removal of the Plaza obelisk “Soldiers’ Monument” in...


Published: 2024-02-29T06:56:00

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

FBI discusses Brew Town Locos gang investigation, recent raids

Brew Town Locos is wreaking havoc in communities, and the FBI recently dealt a major blow to its operations. 


Published: 2024-02-29T05:29:07

Updated: 2024-02-29T05:29:09

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Family sues after sword fight in science class results in injury

According to the lawsuit, a chemistry class took a turn after the teacher brought out two swords, telling them they were props.


Published: 2024-02-29T05:20:02

Updated: 2024-02-29T05:20:04

Coors Boulevard SW closed after fatal crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — All lanes of Coors Boulevard SW are closed due to a fatal crash in southwest Albuquerque.The roadway closure is between Arenal Road SW and Blake Road SW. One person is dead from the crash. Advertisement Follow:...


Published: 2024-02-29T05:15:00

County Extension Office agent doubles as president of national group

Rick Griffiths is the first man to become president of the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.


Published: 2024-02-29T04:58:00

Suspect in Carlsbad hospital shooting arrested in Las Cruces

Ruben Lugo Jr. was arrested in Las Cruces and sent back to Carlsbad to face charges stemming from a shooting at Carlsbad Medical Center.


Published: 2024-02-29T04:56:00

Highway reopens in Chaves County after blowing dust

ROSWELL, N.M. — U.S. Highway 285 was completely closed due to low visibility and safety concerns in Roswell. The closure was at mile marker 107 at Sunset Avenue to Brasher Road on mile marker 110. The crash involving multiple vehicles is under state...


Published: 2024-02-29T04:40:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

BCSO Working Fatal Crash at Coors Blvd SW between Arenal and Blake

ABQ RAW1 day ago1 minBCSO Working Fatal Crash at Coors Blvd SW between Arenal and BlakePosted By: ABQRAW staff Posted On: 02/28/2024 @8:35 PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating...2,149 views0 commentsPost...


Published: 2024-02-29T03:52:09

Updated: 2024-02-29T03:52:09.638Z

Police arrest 3 suspects in South Broadway in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Detectives pursued suspects in and around the South Broadway neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 28.A vehicle pursuit led to a crash involving an Albuquerque detective vehicle. The police chase happened after a reported stolen...


Published: 2024-02-29T03:01:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Crash with Injuries Closes Eastbound Central near Indiana

ABQ RAW1 day ago1 minCrash with Injuries Closes Eastbound Central near IndianaPosted By: ABQRAW staff Posted On: 2/28/2024 @7:45 PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating...794 views0 commentsPost not marked as...


Published: 2024-02-29T02:57:51

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:59:49.923Z

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

APD Captures Car Thief Suspect after Car Chase and Foot Chase

ABQ RAW1 day ago2 minAPD Captures Car Thief Suspect after Car Chase and Foot ChaseBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/28/2024 @ 7:45PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...396 views1 comment1 like. Post not...


Published: 2024-02-29T02:45:45

Updated: 2024-02-29T03:03:01.772Z

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

2 Albuquerque men face human smuggling charges in Arizona

Two Albuquerque men are in an Arizona jail Wednesday night, facing human smuggling charges. 


Published: 2024-02-29T02:04:07

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:04:09

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Rail Trail demolition set to start soon; neighbor concerns remain

It’s happening near the problematic underpass near First Street on Central, where neighbors have been dealing with trash, feces, and open drug use for years.


Published: 2024-02-29T02:03:23

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:03:24

KOAT Action News

by: Andres Valle

Biden and Trump to visit southern border tomorrow

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are set to visit the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas tomorrow.Biden plans to travel to Brownsville, while Trump will be in Eagle Pass. Advertisement The trips...


Published: 2024-02-29T02:03:00

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Jury hears closing arguments in Pokémon Go murder trial

On Wednesday, a jury heard closing arguments in the murder trial of 21-year-old Cayla Campos. Izaiah Garcia is accused of shooting her at a park.


Published: 2024-02-29T01:52:24

Updated: 2024-02-29T01:52:25

KOAT Action News

by: Genevieve Glass

Eldorado High School students gear up for future careers in automotive industry

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Eldorado High School's automotive program isn't just about changing oil or fixing brakes, it's about preparing students for the workforce or higher education. "We've been focused for so long on college, college, college, but never the...


Published: 2024-02-29T01:46:00

New Mexico Political Report

by: Hannah Grover

Source of PFAS contamination in Santa Fe County remains unknown

For José “Chappy” Villegas, the PFAS contamination in his well represents more than just betrayal by the governments that were supposed to protect him. He described the contamination as an assault on him and his community south of Santa Fe. After learning...


Published: 2024-02-29T01:28:11

Updated: 2024-03-01T16:01:34

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Woman arrested in Tuesday night stabbing

A woman was arrested Tuesday night in Roswell after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in the stomach with a knife.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:15:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Weekly Fishing Report: Feb. 29, 2024

By GEORGE MORSE Sports And Outdoors Los Alamos Daily PostThere are several fishing areas in Northeast New Mexico that will open Friday (March 1) for the 2024 season.Morphy Lake State Park, Clayton Lake State Park and the Charette Lakes will open for...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Vista de Socorro breaks ground

Five years after its inception, Vista de Socorro, an affordable housing project, broke ground on...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jacob Fischler

U.S. Supreme Court to decide if Trump is immune from prosecution for acts as president

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear former President Donald Trump’s argument that he should be immune from criminal charges related to the 2020 election. In a one-page order, the court set an expedited briefing schedule, with oral arguments...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jennifer Shutt

U.S. Senate Republican blocks legislation protecting in vitro fertilization

WASHINGTON — U.S. Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi blocked a bill from passing Wednesday that would have preserved access to in vitro fertilization nationwide, stalling a push by Democrats following a landmark Alabama state Supreme Court...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Las Vegas Optic

by: By Patrick Lohmann, Byard Duncan, ProPublica and Adria Malcolm

They lost everything in New Mexico’s biggest wildfire. Now they’re sounding the alarm for others.

Survivors of the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire have lessons for the rest of the country.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Sidebar TO MLG Chamber Speech; Chatting Up APD Chief Medina, Plus: House Speaker Supporters Calm Coalition Talk, And: More Pushback On Possible Special Session From Senate Judiciary Chair  

(Journal, Eddie Moore)Embattled APD chief Harold Medina (back to camera) appears anything but as Gov. Lujan Grisham and ABQ Chamber of Commerce President Terri Cole appear highly entertained by ABQ's top cop whose recent auto accident in the city's...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Santa Fe National Forest Prescribed Fire Update

SFNF fire managers are tentatively planning a prescribed burn in Pacheco Canyon. Courtesy/SFNF SFNF News:SANTA FE — Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) fire managers are tentatively planning to begin ignitions Thursday and Friday of this week on the Pacheco...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Police arrest felon for burglarizing home, larceny and more

Erik Mathis, 32, of Albuquerque, was arrested Feb. 26 for criminal damage to property, conspiracy to commit criminal damage to property, aggravated burglary, conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary, making a shooting threat,...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

Plans for Lest We Forget Statuary Garden could be heard by city council in March

The Spring River Corridor Foundation is continuing its efforts to secure funding as the city considers entering into an agreement with this private entity for a statua…


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Plan Unforgettable Spring Break Around Skiesta At Pajarito

COUNTY News:Skiesta—Pajarito Mountain’s iconic annual Spring Break celebration—returns Saturday, March 16 to Los Alamos. The highly anticipated event will once again feature exhilarating ski races, live music from local bands, local craft beer, and a...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

One dead in Wednesday crash in south Roswell

One woman is dead, and another injured following a single-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in South Roswell.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

One dead in Tuesday seven-vehicle pile-up

A Roswell man died Tuesday following a seven-vehicle pile-up south of Roswell that occurred amid heavy winds and brownout conditions.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Officials Cut Ribbon On Bilingual Montessori School Los Alamos Campus

Participating in Tuesday’s ribbon cutting on the Bilingual Montessori School Los Alamos campus, from left, NNSA Los Alamos Field Office Manager Ted Wyka, Vice President of the University of California Office of the National Laboratories Craig Leasure,...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Patrick Lohmann

New Mexico governor signs bills on housing and infrastructure

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed three bills Wednesday that she said would open the door for more investments in housing, roads, bridges and other infrastructure.  House Bills 177, 232 and 195 enable the spending of at least $200 million in spending,...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

New Mexico Science Educators Invited To Apply To Participate In Hands-On Summer Research Program At UNM

PED Secretary Arsenio RomeroPED News:SANTA FE — The New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) announces that applications are now open for the Research Opportunities for Science Educators (ROSE) Program Summer 2024, a collaborative initiative with the...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board Unanimously Approves Repealing And Replacing Fee Structure For Radioactive Materials Licenses Statewide

NMED News:SANTA FE — At the request of the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED), the Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) today voted unanimously to repeal and replace a 22-year-old fee structure for radioactive materials licenses in New Mexico.The...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

NM Congressional Delegation welcomes over $9 million in funds for Sunport, Clovis airport

The New Mexico Congressional Delegation, U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich and Ben Ray Luján and U.S....


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Mother, brother build Jacob Landin’s tragedy into legacy

A mother and her son have decided to turn the decades-old suspicious death of their nine-month-old...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Michaela’s Muses: Empath

I have always been able to sense when people are not OK. It is not something that I see in people’s faces or their body language or anything. It’s just a feeling I get. When I was younger other people’s...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Man pleads guilty to possession of media exploiting children

Douglas Kean, 70, of Rio Rancho, pled guilty to possession of visual medium of sexual exploitation with the 13th Judicial District Court on February 23. In a grand jury indictment filed last year, it states Kean was in...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Los Alamos Hilltoppers Top Moriarty Pintos 56-43 As Josiah Fresquez Scores 1000th Career Point!

The Los Alamos High School Hilltoppers had little trouble beating the Moriarty Pintos in the District 2-4A Tournament Quarterfinal game played Tuesday night in Griffith Gymnasium. The game was all Toppers as they won 56-43. Josiah Fresquez shown here...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Legislators look back at 2024 session: Josh Hernandez

Representative Josh Hernandez had a good session according to him. In one word, he described the...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Legislators look back at 2024 session: Brenda McKenna

Senator Brenda McKenna has hope for the future after her last session as one of New Mexico’s...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Rio Rancho Observer

Leading Ladies of Rio Rancho Episode 3

by Rio Rancho Observer | Feb 29, 2024 | Podcast2, Top Stories | 0


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Felina Martinez | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

LLPD exploring benefits of new e-bike and drone program

The Los Lunas Police Department is seeing the benefit of new technology they have recently implemented, including a high-end drone and two electric bicycles to revamp the bike patrol.  Read More


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

LAPS Possible Quorum Notice: County Manager Retirement

LAPS Notice Of Possible Quorum:Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS) has issued a Notice of Possible Quorum.  Members of the LAPS School Board may attend the Retirement of Los Alamos County Manager Steven Lynne 4-6 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2024, at Fuller Lodge....


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

LAHS Spotlight: School Resource Officer Cpl. Amos Smith

Cpl. Amos Smith shown here Feb. 20 at Los Alamos High School. Photo by Andy McBride/ladailypost.com By Andy McBride Los Alamos Daily Post Student ReporterBorn and raised in Roswell, Cpl. Amos Smith from the Los Alamos Police Department has a story.He is...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Kauffman’s fate to be decided in Jury Trial

Charles Kauffman, arrested for the murder of Elizabeth Barela on Jan. 31, will stand trial August...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

J-1 Teachers From Philippines Volunteering At Sheriff’s Posse Monthly Cowboy Breakfasts

Scene from volunteers on the job at the January 2024 Cowboy Breakfast. Mary Janelle Fortuno (J-1 Teacher), front, and Assistant Teacher Miriam LeBlanc, back. Courtesy/Bernadette Guillermo Posse Lodge Board Officers, ROTC Volunteers and Posse...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

Irrigation season will start early

On Monday, Feb. 26, MRGCD water managers started charging, flushing and ensuring proper operation of canals.  Read More


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jacob Fischler

In clash over immigration, Biden and Trump both bound for the U.S.-Mexico border today

Surrogates for President Joe Biden dismissed former President Donald Trump’s scheduled visit to the U.S.-Mexico border Thursday as a political stunt, adding that the likely Republican presidential nominee was exploiting an issue that he has shown no...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Hicks honored for long-time dedication to city, community

A plaque was presented to Gordy Hicks in recognition and appreciation of 33 years of dedicated...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Happy times are here again at Gallery 140

“Finding Joy” is the name of the upbeat art show by Robertson high School students opening Friday, March 1, at Gallery 140.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Guzman said they need more time than 45-minutes

Jeff Heit, Guzman’s Principle Managing Director, cited a miscommunication between Guzman Energy and Socorro Electric Co-operative for their nonattendance to the special meeting February 16. “The missed meeting was simply a...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Georgia prisoner summoned for impersonating officers of RRPD from his cell

James McConnell, 35, of Tennessee, has a warrant out for his arrest in Rio Rancho for 11 counts of fraud and 15 counts of impersonating a peace officer from October 1 last year to January 11 this year. According to a report...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

End Of An Era As County Manager Steve Lynne Retires

County Manager Steve Lynne outside the Municipal Building Tuesday evening just ahead of his final County Council meeting. He retires Friday after 28 years of service. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comLos Alamos County Councilors honor retiring...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Eastern New Mexico University Celebrates Women’s History Month

Portales, NM – February 28, 2024– Eastern New Mexico University announced today the events planned... Read More


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

DOJ … In Focus: Teen Dating Violence Awareness

DOJ News:Romantic relationships are a common part of adolescence. However, not all relationships are healthy.February marks National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, an opportunity to raise awareness about teen dating violence and...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jennifer Shutt

Congress brokers deal on government spending deadlines, trying to avoid shutdown

WASHINGTON — U.S. House Republicans and Senate Democrats attempting to avert a partial government shutdown brokered an agreement Wednesday to extend government funding deadlines for a little while longer. The bipartisan deal will give Congress until March...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Rio Rancho Observer

Clean air group to talk about Intel emissions in Corrales

There will be an in-person community meeting at Old Church in Corrales to discuss clean air on...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

City, county officials pleased with Capital Outlay funding

A list of unofficial capital outlay amounts awarded to San Miguel County and the City of Las Vegas during the recent Legislative Session that ended Feb. 15 in Santa Fe reveals that the city may be awarded a good amount for a planned animal shelter.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

City evacuates City Hall due to contaminants, seeks to lease Legion Park Elementary site

Following a hasty evacuation after contaminants were found at City Hall, city officials are now hoping to be able to lease Legion Park Elementary school to conduct the city’s business there.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Candidates to file for primary election

Filing day for this year’s partisan primary elections is fast approaching.   Read More


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Russell Huffman | Assistant Editor

Camper blaze endangers nearby homestead

The quick response of the Midway and Socorro fire departments extinguished a camper fire that...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Back to calm weather

Listen to the weather After some sporadic weather the past couple of days, today calms down. Today...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Alex Brown, Stateline

As millions wait on food stamp approvals, feds tell states to speed it up

Alaska has some of the most expensive groceries in the country. Many rural Alaskans depend on food stamps, and many grocery stores rely on their customers’ use of those benefits to support their businesses. So, when the state delayed residents’ requests...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Rio Rancho Observer

Annual Haven House Family Fun Fest set for April

Haven House’s annual Family Fun Fest is set for April 6 this year. According to the flyer,...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Amateur Naturalist: Pieces Of History In The Canyons

A log dining facility was a part of the military police picnic grounds. It was called ‘Eagles Nest’. Picture from the Los Times Newspaper, Jan. 3, 1947. Courtesy photoA stone fire place still can be seen at the picnic grounds, decades later. Courtesy...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

Affidavits: Man broke into dollar store, bit police officer

A man is facing multiple charges in two cases for allegedly breaking into a store, fleeing from police officers and then biting an officer during his arrest.


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

30,000 gallons of wastewater spilled

On the day of the council meeting, Abeita reported the effluent coming out of the plant was clearer than it has been in the recent past and the facility smells “earthy,” like it should.  Read More


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

2024 NM Mission Of Mercy Large-Scale Free Dental Clinic Coming To Northern New Mexico April 26-27

COMMUNITY News:The New Mexico Mission of Mercy (NM MOM), a free two-day clinic providing free, high-quality dental and medical services to underserved New Mexicans is set for April 26-27, 2024 in the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.This event is...


Published: 2024-02-29T00:00:00

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Wafaa Shurafa, Kareem Chehayeb and Melanie Lidman Associated Press

Palestinians say troops fired at people seeking aid; Israel says scene was deadly stampede


Published: 2024-02-29 23:45:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:49:12

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

Couples tie knot on Leap Day at Meow Wolf

Sixteen couples got married or renewed their vows in short ceremonies at Meow Wolf on Thursday.


Published: 2024-02-29 23:45:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T03:25:27

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

Assistant director says he didn't hand gun to Baldwin

David Halls says he was "negligent in checking the gun properly" but Gutierrez-Reed gave the gun to Baldwin.


Published: 2024-02-29 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T03:25:37

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Geoffrey Plant The Taos News

Defender of acequias dedicated to water issues

Martinez co-founded the Taos Valley Acequia Association in 1989 and served as its president until just a few years before his death.


Published: 2024-02-29 23:15:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:11:10

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sean Murphy and Jim Vertuno The Associated Press

Texas battles historic wildfires as snow covers scorched land in the Panhandle

Authorities have not said what ignited the blaze. It has burned since Monday.


Published: 2024-02-29 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T16:58:16

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Milan Simonich

Mayor had assist from governor in wrecking monument

To please a few loud people, Webber took unilateral action to limit what could be seen and discussed. Lujan Grisham's scathing criticism of Webber was justified.


Published: 2024-02-29 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:06:09

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Liam Easley The Taos News

Questa teen's murder trial underway in Taos

Porfirio Brown is accused of fatally shooting Amber Archuleta when the pair were spending time at his family's home in Questa in July.


Published: 2024-02-29 22:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:06:21

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott Wyland swyland@sfnewmexican.com

LANL contractor 'plugging along' on fixing polluted runoff

State and federal regulators have said runoff from the lab contains mercury, copper, nickel, cyanide, radiation and PCBs.


Published: 2024-02-29 22:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:05:08

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Photos by Luis Sánchez Saturno The New Mexican

Braving heights, gravity

Michelle Laredo, 8, of Albuquerque crosses a park attraction called a Sky Trail on Monday at Santa Fe Place mall. The weekend forecast calls for highs in the upper 50s…


Published: 2024-02-29 21:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T16:54:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: +3By Felicia Fonseca and Suman Naishadham The Associated Press

Navajo Nation close to water rights deal

A settlement would put the tribes on a path to piping water to tens of thousands of tribal members in Arizona who still live without it.


Published: 2024-02-29 19:45:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:57:33

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

Leap Day anniversaries: 'Every four years is a very special occasion'

"We were looking at February in Santa Fe … and when we realized Leap Day was a Saturday it just made perfect sense. It's a date you will never forget!"


Published: 2024-02-29 18:45:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T01:07:17

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Seung Min Kim, Jill Colvin and Colleen Long Associated Press

Biden and Trump tour U.S.-Mexico border highlighting immigration issues

Each chose an optimal location to make his points, their schedules remarkably similar.


Published: 2024-02-29 15:35:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T09:29:39

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Lolita C. Baldor Associated Press

Lawmakers fault Defense Secretary Austin for a failure of leadership over his secret hospital stay

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin faced pointed bipartisan criticism at a congressional hearing for his failure to promptly notify President Joe Biden and other U.S. leaders about his hospital stay last month.


Published: 2024-02-29 15:26:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T00:50:18

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Mary Clare Jalonick The Associated Press

Texas Sen. Cornyn announces run for GOP leader as scramble to succeed McConnell begins in the Senate

Texas Sen. John Cornyn has informed his colleagues that he intends to run for Senate Republican leader.


Published: 2024-02-29 10:35:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T16:39:36

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Two Subjects Flee from Officers in Valley

ABQ RAW1 day ago1 minTwo Subjects Flee from Officers in ValleyBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/28/2024 @3:00PM UPDATE: 02/28/2024 @3:35PM (Adds information about APS and school dismissal) UPDATE 2:...2,874 views2 commentsPost not marked as liked


Published: 2024-02-28T22:06:49

Updated: 2024-03-01T06:05:29.453Z

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

NMDOH reports first child death of 2023-24 flu season

The New Mexico Department of Health reported Wednesday the state's first child flu death of the 2023-24 season.


Published: 2024-02-28T22:03:19

Updated: 2024-02-28T22:03:21

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Scheduled water outage for Feb. 29

Scheduled water outage for Feb. 29 Wednesday, 28 February 2024 20:58 gallupsun A scheduled water outage that will affect parts of Aztec Avenue, Highway 66, and Churchrock Street will take place on Feb. 29 from 9 am to 4 pm. The outage will affect City of...


Published: 2024-02-28T20:58:00

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Wheeler Cowperthwaite Special to the SUN

16 former Santa Clara Apartments tenants file a lawsuit against the city

Sixteen former tenants of the Santa Clara Apartments are suing the City of Española and the former owners of the apartment complex for a wide swath of civil rights violations related to the abrupt eviction of the income-restricted housing complex that put...


Published: 2024-02-28T18:17:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:25

KOAT Action News

by: Andres Valle

Lawsuit alleges student was hurt after teacher brought swords to school and let students fight

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It's a sight you would not expect to see in a Volcano Vista High School classroom. Teenagers fighting with swords. KOAT obtained footage of the incident. Advertisement One student was seriously hurt, and now...


Published: 2024-02-28T17:40:00

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Murder trial begins for Questa juvenile charged in fatal shooting

Jury selection for the trial of Porfirio Brown, a 14-year-old boy charged with second-degree murder, began Wednesday (Feb. 28) in the 8th Judi…


Published: 2024-02-28T17:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T10:33:36

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Marina Pitofsky Riley Beggin Rachel LookerUSA TODAY

Mitch McConnell to step down from leadership post in November

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., will step down from his leadership post in November.


Published: 2024-02-28T17:07:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Marina Pitofsky

Mitch McConnell to step down from leadership post in November

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., will step down from his leadership post in November.


Published: 2024-02-28T17:07:00

City Desk

by: Rodd Cayton

APS ready for new graduation requirements


Published: 2024-02-28T16:48:40

Updated: 2024-02-28T16:49:01

City Desk

by: Damon Scott

Gov. Lujan Grisham: ‘We’ve got to build houses’


Published: 2024-02-28T16:42:04

Updated: 2024-02-29T09:02:41

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Renovations set to begin at blighted Kachina Lodge

After two years of dormancy, the Kachina Lodge will finally see the first stages of renovation begin under its current owner, LOGE Camps. Slat…


Published: 2024-02-28T16:31:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:54

City Desk

by: Associated Press

Expert in Old West firearms says gun wouldn’t malfunction in fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin


Published: 2024-02-28T16:16:57

Updated: 2024-02-28T16:16:59

The Taos News

by: Virginia Clark, For the Taos News

The wild blue yonder

Service, discipline and even joy are what Civil Air Patrol (CAP) cadet and senior-members can experience. That overall enjoyment was on full d…


Published: 2024-02-28T15:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:54

The Taos News

by: Emery Veilleux, eveilleux@taosnews.com

Regenerative ag spurs hope among livestock growers

“I am here to tell you about hope.” So said world-renowned soil scientist Ray Archuleta in the second of four events in Taos last weekend (Feb…


Published: 2024-02-28T15:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:54

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Annual science fair regains participants after pandemic disruption

Taos Middle School students showed off their science experiments Thursday morning (Feb. 22) at the school’s annual science fair. Every year, T…


Published: 2024-02-28T15:45:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T08:15:07

The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Defender of acequias Palemon Martinez dies at 91

Northern New Mexico's agriculture and acequia communities lost one of their most dedicated advocates with the passing of Palemon A. Martinez, …


Published: 2024-02-28T15:38:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:53:26

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

APD: SWAT called to NE Albuquerque apartment complex

Police activated SWAT and crisis negotiators to an apartment complex Wednesday morning in northeast Albuquerque.


Published: 2024-02-28T14:46:18

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:35:27

The Taos News

by: John Miller

Centinel Bank founder remembered as driven financier

Eliu E. Romero, a luminary of the Northern New Mexico business community and founder of Centinel Bank in Taos, died Feb. 19 at his home in Ran…


Published: 2024-02-28T14:42:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T20:00:44

The Taos News

by: Gabrielle Porter, The New Mexican

State brings in new Medicaid program director

There’s a new Medicaid boss in town. Dana Flannery, 42, is taking the reins of New Mexico’s massive Medicaid agency a little more than a year …


Published: 2024-02-28T14:38:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:28:33

The importance of staying active as we age

We know that exercise is good for us, but how important is it really to our health and how long we live? A 2012 peer-reviewed study published …


Published: 2024-02-28T14:35:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:53

Stray Hearts Shelter Report

The following is a summary of activity at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter from Feb. 19-25. Outcomes Adoption: 1 dog Return to owner: 0 Transfer: 0…


Published: 2024-02-28T14:35:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:53

The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Town hires former journalist as community relations director

Over the course of its workshop meeting Monday (Feb. 26) and its regular meeting Tuesday (Feb. 27), the Town of Taos Council waded through lon…


Published: 2024-02-28T14:28:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:54

The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Dems, Republicans organize ahead of primary

As the June 4 New Mexico Primary Election looms on the horizon, both major parties in Taos County have selected delegates at the county level …


Published: 2024-02-28T14:28:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:53

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Former Taos High principal to lead Taos Community Foundation

After a year-long, nationwide search for its first chief executive officer, the Taos Community Foundation board of directors ultimately chose …


Published: 2024-02-28T14:19:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T08:23:53

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

BCSO Shoots and Wounds Man after He Shoots at Deputies

ABQ RAW2 days ago1 minBCSO Shoots and Wounds Man after He Shoots at DeputiesBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/28/2024 @6:30AM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...1,224 views3 comments2 likes. Post not...


Published: 2024-02-28T13:37:43

Updated: 2024-02-28T22:31:09.597Z

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

Smoke from Texas wildfires lower New Mexico air quality

There are five active fires in the Texas Panhandle, as of Feb. 28. The EPA says southern NM residents should reduce outdoor activity if affected.


Published: 2024-02-28T13:12:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

Smoke from Texas wildfires lower New Mexico air quality

There are five active fires in the Texas Panhandle, as of Feb. 28. The EPA says southern NM residents should reduce outdoor activity if affected.


Published: 2024-02-28T13:12:00

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Woman Accused of Murder Remains in Jail

An arrest warrant was issued on Feb. 22 for 34-year-old Stephanie Salazar, of Española, who has been charged in the death of Carmela Moreno, of Chimayó, after the two allegedly got into a fight and Moreno was run over and killed.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:27

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer A. Garcia

Who dropped their porcelain toilets near CVS?

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:25

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

USPS Seeks Comments for New Location

It’s been a little over a year since the post office in Chimayó burned down and after having to get their mail out of trucks and then having to drive to Santa Cruz for mail and packages, residents could finally have a local post office again.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:28

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Sheriff’s Office Gets Money for Retention

The Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to retain its current deputies, but also be able to recruit new ones by remaining competitive with other area agencies when it comes to pay. In an effort to accomplish this, Sheriff Billy Merrifield asked...


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:29

Pets of the Week

Bouncin’ Boone! This brindled boy is a caramel chocolate kiss with lopsided ears and an exuberance for life that fills a whole room with laughter. Even better? He’s trained! Boone will soon be “paw-roled” from our Paws in the Pen program in partnership...


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:26

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Wheeler Cowperthwaite Special to the SUN

Marijuana Grower Files Suit Against Village of Chama

A company seeking to build a hydroponic marijuana grow in Chama is suing the village for levying conditions on permits that are impossible for any business to meet.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:29

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Javier Sanchez

Events Reveal a Community at its Breaking Point

Last week, within three days of each other, two young women lay dead in the City of Española. Hardly anyone knows. Even fewer care. And we may never really know why.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:27

Rio Grande Sun

by: From a press release

Chama Peak Land Alliance Brings Funding to Area

Chama Peak Land Alliance (CPLA) will receive $3 million for ecological forestry projects in the watersheds draining into Heron and El Vado Reservoir.


Published: 2024-02-28T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-03-01T18:04:26

Piñon Post

by: Renato Costa

New Mexico Keller sues store, claims it — not the city — is responsible for criminals, vagrants

The City of Albuquerque is taking legal action once more against the Adam Food Market, situated at 7817 Central Avenue NE, a site notorious for criminal activities, including seven homicides since 2020


Published: 2024-02-28T11:11:00

City Desk

by: City Desk web staff

New APS program to offer courses in drones, sustainable farming, clean energy


Published: 2024-02-28T09:28:28

Updated: 2024-02-28T09:28:30

New Mexico Political Report

by: Alex Hagar, KUNC

How bad is the Western megadrought? Scientists look at tree rings to find context from history

By Alex Hager, KUNC The current Western megadrought is unlike any other dry period the region has experienced over the past 500 years. That’s according to a new study in which scientists looked at tree rings to track changing temperatures going back to...


Published: 2024-02-28T07:05:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:34:35

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Man Shot at Spruce Park Near Downtown Albuquerque

ABQ RAW2 days ago1 minMan Shot at Spruce Park Near Downtown AlbuquerqueBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/27/2024 @ 8:00PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...2,120 views6 comments1 like. Post not marked...


Published: 2024-02-28T03:35:43

Updated: 2024-02-28T13:35:52.181Z

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

Yellowstone Actor Forrie J. Smith Inspires Navajo Technical University Rodeo Team

Crownpoint, NM, February 2, 2024 - Navajo Technical University's (NTU) Rodeo Team hosted Forrie J. Smith, a renowned actor from the TV series 'Yellowstone,' to speak to them about rodeo riding. Forrie shared his experiences with the riders, offering...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

WWII Gunner and POW

Soft-spoken Roy Butler: WWII Gunner and POW Jim Harris/Last Frontier A few months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941, and the United States declared war on Japan and the Axis Powers of Europe, 18-year-old Roy Butler took a bus to Lubbock, Texas and...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Nmdot

Traffic Report for February 26 – March 8, 2024

NMDOT asks all motorists to obey all traffic signs, use caution, and watch for heavy equipment and construction personnel in all work zones. PLEASE NOTE: Conditions are subject to change without notice. Double fines for speeding in work zones in effect


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Sharon Margaret Jaramillo

Sharon Margaret Jaramillo, 66 a resident of Grants, NM sadly left us on February 22, 2024, after her battle with cancer.Sharon was born in Las Vegas, NM, then…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

Sandoval County Commission meets Wednesday at 6 p.m.

The Sandoval County Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday on the third floor of the...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Rocky Keith Colburn

Rocky Keith Colburn, of Grants, NM age 64 tragically passed away in his home on February 12, 2024.Rocky was born in Espanola, NM on September 2, 1959. His…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Rebecca Barber

Rebecca Gail Barber (Becky), age 73, passed away at Colonial Gardens memory care facility in Fort Worth, Texas, on February 15, 2024. She had been plagued with…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Possible snow tonight

Listen to the weather The wind has died down today but there could be a light dusting of snow...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Portales School Board Special Meeting

AGENDA PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION Special Meeting March 2, 2024 Board Room 8:00... Read More


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Pirates Poised for District Tournament

Franklin Romero, Sports Correspondent“We know the challenge of beating a team three times,” said GHS boys basketball head coach Landon Chavez. They will face off at home against the Belen Eagles for a third time in the district tournament.The Pirates are...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Alex Ross Photo

Picturing the Day: high winds and brownouts in Chaves County

Vehicles travel into and emerge from the haze on South Main Street near Brasher Road on Tuesday afternoon. Brownout conditions and heavy winds made driving treacherous…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Pet of the Week Meet Ham

This sweetheart is Ham. She is a 1-year-old, Spayed, Husky mix. She gets along with other dogs. She loves going for walks and meeting new people.GrantsAnimal Care Center 722 Sakelares Boulevard505-285-4012


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

New Mexico United Announces Signing of Anthony Herbert 25-year-old Herbert spent first two seasons of pro career with FC Haka in Finnish First Division

ALBUQUERQUE, NM - New Mexico United is excited to announce the signing of defender Anthony Herbert ahead of the 2024 season, pending league and federation approval. Herbert, who plays as a center-back, has played 32 matches in Finland across two seasons


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

New Mexico United Announces Departure of Chris Whelan Due to Recurring Injury

New Mexico United is devastated to share the news that all-time leading goal scorer Chris Wehan has reinjured his knee, bringing his time with United to a close. Wehan initially injured his knee during the 2023 season and had been working diligently on...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez For Nmeducation.org

New Mexico Legislature Appropriates $4.7 Billion to K-12 Education

The 30-day 2024 legislative session has come to an end, with legislators approving a $10.2 billion state budget for fiscal year 2025 that is now awaiting…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

NMMI cadet earns national honor

"Would you like some polysaccharides in your coffee?"


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

Many items on Infrastructure Committee's agenda forward looking

Members of the city’s Infrastructure Committee discussed planning for the future during their meeting on Monday.This committee’s main interest in new development is ba…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Kathryn Marmon, Reporter

Learning a New, Ancient Skill

The Cibola County Arts Council has regular weekend events that bring families and the community together.Friday, February 24, the event was Turkish Macrame’. Youth Art Camp Director and skilled craftsperson, Myriah Scarpati led the attending group in...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Aaron Rogers

Leaping For Clientele


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Here's how the state tax package supports renewable energy, oil and gas

New Mexico lawmakers passed a tax reform package to support renewable energy, but also gave an exemption to the state's smaller oil and gas drillers.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Guv Still Contemplating Calling A Special Session With Anticipated Focus On Crime But Senator With Stroke Pushes Back; Says Any Special Should Be On CYFD Implosion, Plus: An Unwelcoming Welcome Center  

7 year old Samantha RubioMLG Tuesday continued to keep the door open on calling a special legislative session as she reviewed the results of the recently concluded 30 day session before an ABQ business group and as an old rival  indirectly chided her over...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Funding for CASA program ensnared in federal budget stalemate

Federal funding for a local program meant to provide therapy to abused children and the network of professionals that treat them is in limbo amid the ongoing struggles…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Former ENMU-R provost dies

One of Chaves County's most notable and beloved educators, Judy Armstrong, died on Friday, Feb. 23. She was provost at the Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell (ENMU-…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Eastern New Mexico University Hosts 25th Annual Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lectureship

Portales, NM – February 27, 2024 – The Eastern New Mexico University Department of Anthropology... Read More


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Eagle scouts honored

The Conquistador Council, Boy Scouts of America, 2603 N. Aspen Ave., announced its 2023 Class of Eagle Scouts on Feb. 3 at a ceremony held at the council office.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

Dana Flannery to lead New Mexico Medicaid

SANTA FE – On February 26, the New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) announced the appointment of Dana Flannery as the new director for the New Mexico…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Community Calendar

COMMUNITYALERT Road Closure, City of Grants: There will be a road closure of Iron Ave. from Warren to Santa Fe Ave., including the Iron/High St. intersection, starting on Monday, February 19th, 2024 for 2 to 3 weeks for utility work. Residents of Iron and...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Community Announcement

March 2 Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet Join the Grants Cibola County Chamber of Commerce as we celebrate the businesses and residents of Cibola County. We start at 6 p.m. on March 2 at the Cow Palace, 223 Betty Drive, Grants. This will be a great...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

Chuck-A-Skivvy Events at New Mexico Ice Wolves Home Games

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – On Feb. 22 the New Mexico Ice Wolves announced the return of fan favorite Chuck-A-Skivvy events during upcoming NA3HL and NAHL home games at Outpost Ice Arenas with all new packages of kids underwear going to Locker #505 Clothing Bank....


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

Attorney General Sues Kroger, Albertsons for Fair Prices

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez, in collaboration with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and attorneys general from several states,…


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Sponsored By Tom Fitzsimmons State Farm Insurance

Athlete of the Week

This week's Athletes of the Week are two wrestlers who placed at the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) state wrestling meet this past weekend. Larry Meador, a senior, placed 3rd in the 145lb. weight class. He defeated his opponent, Christian Maynes...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

After 25 years, volunteers still drawn to mission of Riverblitz

Riverblitz, an annual trash pickup project along the Pecos River, turns 25 this year. Here is a photographic look at past cleanups.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

47 dogs, five horses removed from house in Placitas

Forty-seven dogs and five horses have been rescued from a Placitas home. “We received a call...


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

NM 539 over Navajo Dam closed as officials check on seepage

Federal officials will use data obtained from exploratory drilling to develop a plan to address seepage at Navajo Dam.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Ifo Pili resigns as Las Cruces city manager

Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili has resigned, effective in March, for the same job in another state.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Here's how the state tax package supports renewable energy, oil and gas

New Mexico lawmakers passed a tax reform package to support renewable energy, but also gave an exemption to the state's smaller oil and gas drillers.


Published: 2024-02-28T00:00:00

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sandra Jaramillo For The New Mexican

Difficult trail hike leads to two horse adoptions

After the pilgrimage last year, Ortiz started looking for horses for himself and his son, Ryan.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:46:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:18:30

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Daniel J. Chacón dchacon@sfnewmexican.com

Governor: City of Santa Fe has 'obvious leadership problem'

Lujan Grisham issues statement after Mayor Alan Webber cites her in deposition for monument lawsuit.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:15:01

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

Española Humane beats Spay Day goal


Published: 2024-02-28 23:39:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:18:52

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Margaret O’Hara mohara@sfnewmexican.com

Santa Fe Community College faculty pushes board for higher wages

Several members of SFCC's full-time faculty came to Thursday's board meeting to demand higher pay.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T10:34:50

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Phaedra Haywood phaywood@sfnewmexican.com

In video, 'Rust' armorer says she loaded gun from unfamiliar ammunition box

Assistant director David Halls, who had handed the revolver to Alec Baldwin, was expected to testify Wednesday afternoon but was delayed by technical difficulties.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T03:22:12

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Carina Julig cjulig@sfnewmexican.com

City's proposed spending of millions in reserves prompts call for special meeting

Michael Garcia said he learned city officials might pull $30 million from reserve funds and is seeking a process for public input.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T01:11:33

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

Española Humane adoption fees cut at off-site events

The animal rescue will be at Petco, 2006 Cerrillos Road, from noon to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:22:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:18:19

Calendar, Feb. 29


Published: 2024-02-28 23:19:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:18:08

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Gabrielle Porter gporter@sfnewmexican.com

Governor signs bills to spur housing and infrastructure development

One bill is intended to increase loans to finance workforce and affordable housing projects, while House Bill 177 will establish the New Mexico Match Funds to help draw federal money for infrastructure, water and clean energy projects.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:03:07

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Teya Vitu tvitu@sfnewmexican.com

Albuquerque real estate titan buys Santa Fe office complex

Heritage’s Jim Long Long expects the sale on the complex between Washington Street and Lincoln Avenue to close by the end of March.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T17:15:15

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

Student accused of bringing knives to Santa Fe High

Israel Urbina, 18, faces a felony charge of unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon on a school premises from an incident earlier this month.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:20:22

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Christina Larson The Associated Press

Our ancient animal ancestors had tails. Why don't we?

Scientists have identified a gene mutation that may explain why we don't have tails.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:45:18

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

Health Department announces first child death from flu

The Health Department also announced since the start of the flu season, which generally runs from October to April, it has identified 94 pneumonia and flu-related deaths among adults.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:21:07

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

Forest officials plan pile burn in Pacheco Canyon this week

The effort involves 60 acres of debris left in the Pacheco Canyon area after tree-thinning projects.


Published: 2024-02-28 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:20:31

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

Suspect in Española pickup homicide turns herself in

Stephanie Renee Salazar is charged with first-degree murder in the Feb. 21 death of Carmela Mercedes Moreno.


Published: 2024-02-28 22:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:21:15

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Carina Julig cjulig@sfnewmexican.com

Pop-up event celebrates Black history Thursday evening

Sharla Russell, deputy director of the city Arts and Culture Department, said the free event is an opportunity to celebrate Black history while reintroducing people to the Community Gallery, which has remained dormant for several months.


Published: 2024-02-28 22:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T01:14:06

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: KRQE-TV, The Associated Press

Missing teen with autism found in Deming, 200 miles from Tucson home

The 13-year-old turned up at a Walmart in Deming on Tuesday after going missing the night before from his family’s home in Tucson.


Published: 2024-02-28 22:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T17:19:33

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Compiled by Pam Beach

Pasa Plus: Local events for March 1-3

Check out what's going on in and around Santa Fe this weekend.


Published: 2024-02-28 21:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T01:37:10

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sean Murphy and Jim Vertuno The Associated Press

Wildfire grows into one of largest in Texas history

An 83-year-old grandmother from the tiny town of Stinnett was the lone confirmed fatality Wednesday.


Published: 2024-02-28 19:24:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:46:04

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Farnoush Amiri The Associated Press

Hunter Biden in defiant deposition blasts GOP, insists he did not involve his father in business

Hunter Biden has appeared on Capitol Hill for a defiant closed-door deposition with lawmakers.


Published: 2024-02-28 18:24:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:46:19

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

Santa Fe man dies in crash near Los Alamos

Two survivors — a 33-year-old man and 22-year-old woman from White Rock — suffered severe injuries and remained in the hospital Wednesday.


Published: 2024-02-28 16:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T13:40:56

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Mark Kennedy The Associated Press

Humorously morose comedian Richard Lewis, who recently starred on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' dies at 76

Richard Lewis, an acclaimed comedian known for exploring his neuroses in frantic, stream-of-consciousness diatribes while dressed in all-black, leading to his nickname “The Prince of Pain,” has died.


Published: 2024-02-28 15:20:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:46:42

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Mark Sherman Associated Press

Supreme Court will decide if Trump can be prosecuted in election interference case

The court will hear arguments in April, with a decision likely no later than the end of June.


Published: 2024-02-28 15:12:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T08:24:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Wafaa Shurafa and Samy Magdy The Associated Press

Food aid reaches north Gaza for first time in weeks. Israeli hostages' families push for release

The U.S., Egypt and Qatar have been working on a ceasefire deal that would release some of the hostages still held by Hamas and open the door to a greater influx of aid to Palestinians.


Published: 2024-02-28 14:10:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:47:21

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Lindsay Whitehurst The Associated Press

The Supreme Court appears torn about a Trump-era ban on a gun accessory known as bump stocks

The high court heard arguments Wednesday about whether the Trump administration followed federal law when it reversed course and banned bump stocks.


Published: 2024-02-28 13:55:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:47:51

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Elliot Spagat The Associated Press

U.S. asylum measure aimed at curbing claims has limited impact given strained border budget

The Biden administration hails the higher standard as a cornerstone of its border policy in legal challenges, but its application in only a small percentage of arrests shows how budgets can fail to match ambitions.


Published: 2024-02-28 13:22:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:48:02

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Michael Tackett Associated Press

McConnell will step down as the Senate Republican leader in November

The 82-year-old Kentucky lawmaker is the longest-serving Senate leader in history.


Published: 2024-02-28 10:20:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T03:31:08

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Riccardi The Associated Press

Democracy's appeal is slipping as nations across much of the world hold elections, a poll finds

While a median of 77% of those surveyed said democracy was a “good” system of government, a median of 59% said they were dissatisfied with how democracy was working in their own country.


Published: 2024-02-28 10:05:00

Updated: 2024-02-29T02:48:34

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Man Charged with Murder of his Brother at their Mom's Home

ABQ RAW2 days ago2 minMan Charged with Murder of his Brother at their Mom's HomeBY: ABQ RAW Staff POSTED: 02/27/2024 @ 1:30PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...3,683 views11 comments2 likes. Post...


Published: 2024-02-27T20:56:23

Updated: 2024-02-27T20:56:23.650Z

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

PNM Reporting Downed Lines, Small Outages in ABQ Due to High Winds

ABQ RAW3 days ago2 minPNM Reporting Downed Lines, Small Outages in ABQ Due to High WindsBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/27/2024 @ 12:45PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...702 views0 commentsPost not...


Published: 2024-02-27T19:53:33

Updated: 2024-02-27T19:53:33.521Z

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Brownouts, winds lead to crashes across Chaves County

Fierce winds and brownout conditions caused a series of vehicle crashes around Chaves County on Tuesday, resulting in the death of at least one person.


Published: 2024-02-27T19:28:23

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

Gage Skidmore, Wiki Commons National GOP Sen. Hawley will employ this tactic to get Downwinders compensation

Senator Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) is determined to push forward an important legislative update concerning Americans affected by radiation exposure due to government activities. He plans to introduce an amendment that would not only renew but also broaden...


Published: 2024-02-27T18:22:00

City Desk

by: Bethany Raja

City seeks, again, to shutter Adam Food Market after years of emergency calls


Published: 2024-02-27T17:08:17

Updated: 2024-02-27T17:08:19

City Desk

by: Elise Kaplan

Bernalillo County plans to increase staffing at juvenile jail following Christmas Day disturbance


Published: 2024-02-27T16:22:33

Updated: 2024-02-27T16:22:35

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

2 Dead in SE Albuquerque Home

ABQ RAW3 days ago1 min2 Dead in SE Albuquerque HomeBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/27/2024 @ 09:00AM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...4,284 views1 comment1 like. Post not marked as liked1


Published: 2024-02-27T16:08:57

Updated: 2024-02-27T20:01:02.406Z

City Desk

by: Damon Scott

County closer to spending millions in opioid funds


Published: 2024-02-27T15:40:19

Updated: 2024-02-27T15:40:22

City Desk

by: Carolyn Carlson

Like Clean Air?


Published: 2024-02-27T15:35:23

Updated: 2024-02-27T15:35:26

Piñon Post

by: Gregory Hollister

Hamza Inayat, Unsplash. New Mexico Anti-Israel protesters block entrance to Santa Fe Starbucksby Gregory Hollister February 27, 2024

A group of 10 individuals recently picketed outside a Starbucks in New Mexico’s capital, protesting the coffee giant’s legal actions against employees who voiced support for the Hamas-led “Palestinians,” first brought on by an X post from the union...


Published: 2024-02-27T14:20:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Navajo Council approves equity advocate testimony

Navajo Council approves equity advocate testimony Tuesday, 27 February 2024 13:48 gallupsun WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The 25th Navajo Nation Council’s Naa’bik’íyáti’ Committee approved Legislation No. 0044-24 on Feb. 22.The legislation issues recommendations...


Published: 2024-02-27T13:48:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

Gage Skidmore, Wiki Commons New Mexico Women’s rights activist Riley Gaines takes UNM to court

A legal battle is unfolding as the University of New Mexico (UNM) faces a lawsuit over imposing significant security fees on a conservative student group’s event


Published: 2024-02-27T09:41:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted Photo

Picturing-the-day: UFO cloud

A cloud resembling a UFO appears in the sky near Bottomless Lake Park, east of Roswell. Shelley McPherson emailed the photo to the Daily Record recently, stating that …


Published: 2024-02-27T08:31:56

Piñon Post

by: Renato Costa

New Mexico To hit GOP opponents, Stansbury trashes gun shop owners, energy sector

Far-left Democrat Rep. Melanie Stansbury of New Mexico’s First Congressional District appears to not care about alienating more voters in her latest attack on the two Republicans running to challenge her in November


Published: 2024-02-27T07:57:00

New Mexico Political Report

by: Capital & Main

Another New Mexico legislative session ends, and again — no new oil and gas reforms

By Jerry Redfern, Capital & Main “It was a very good year!” The message from the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association landed in inboxes the day before the New Mexico Legislature closed its session Feb. 15. The industry email touted the state’s tax bonanza,...


Published: 2024-02-27T07:05:00

Updated: 2024-02-27T02:52:10

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Man arrested for allegedly attacking roommate with knife

A man was arrested Sunday after allegedly cutting into the throat of his roommate during a fight at the Roswell residence where they both live.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:15:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

High winds expected today in Chaves County

A High Wind Warning was issued Monday by the National Weather Service in Albuquerque for portions of southeast New Mexico.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:15:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Observer staff writer

What’s old is new, and often collectible

RIO RANCHO – They probably won’t see Johnny Depp drop in, as they did at their shop in Sherman...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Weather Service warns of 60 mph gusts in Metro area

Listen to the weather  The Albuquerque National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Silver Schools looks at potential property tax hik...

By JUNO OGLE Daily Press Staff In order to leverage state funds to the district’s best advantage, the Board of Education of the Silver Consolidated Schools will have to make a decision about going to voters with a bond question by its May meeting. The...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

RHS students win multiple awards at Festival Románico

Students in the Spanish Club at Roswell High School (RHS) earned some significant awards at this year’s Festival Románico, which is hosted annually at Eastern New Mexi…


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

Pavement work scheduled on some city streets

Street pavement operations will take place in a northeast Roswell neighborhood beginning Wednesday, according to a city of Roswell press release. The contractor will b…


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

PHOTOS: Kids get new coats in Storehouse West event

The age-old battle parents go through almost every year is never easy: One or more of their...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

NMAA announces multi-year deal with esports platform

The New Mexico Activities Association announced Feb. 28 the multi-year renewal of its partnership...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Longtime BernCo Manager Hangs It Up; Her Hits And Misses, Plus: Dems Try Guilt By Association to Get Nella To Talk Abortion, And: Anti-Semitic Trope? Readers Come With More On Columnist's Remarks  

Quezada & Morgas BacaNine year Bernalillo County Manager Julie Morgas Baca had her praises sung by the County Commission as she announced Monday that she will resign her $215,000 a year job at the end of June even though her current contact runs until...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Here's what NM's capital outlay is funding in your county, city

The annual capital outlay bill sees counties and municipalities receive funds for local infrastructure projects.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Source New Mexico

Governor seeks collaboration to tackle homeless, h...

By PATRICK LOHMANN Source New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham attended her first-ever meeting of the state’s Mortgage Finance Authority board Feb. 21, where she asked for more collaboration with the authority to address housing shortages and...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

Disabled dogs dumped in Rio Rancho find a foster home

Two disabled dogs, Bambi and Thumper, have found a foster home after they were found roaming...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Blackdom, New Mexico remembered at library event

Blackdom, an African American settlement in southern Chaves County incorporated in 1903, didn't survive severe drought and the Great Depression, but it is still rememb…


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

6,270 New Mexicans see their federal student loans erased

The New Mexico Higher Education Department announced Monday that 6,270 New Mexicans have received...


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

San Juan College officials mark start of work on new health center

A new student health center at San Juan College is being built at a cost of $2.2 million and should open in the fall of 2025, officials say.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Las Cruces man sentenced for 2022 murder of his neighbor

James Theriault, 82, was sentenced last week to 15 years with five years suspended, for the 2022 shooting death of his neighbor and shooting his wife.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Here's what NM's capital outlay is funding in your county, city

The annual capital outlay bill sees counties and municipalities receive funds for local infrastructure projects.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Farmington man pleads guilty to sexually abusing unconscious woman

Willard Haven Dedios, 60, of Farmington, pleaded guilty to the charge, which is alleged to have taken place in his home in 2022.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Amended lawsuit in federal court adds Las Cruces Police officer who allegedly killed Teresa Gomez

Attorney Shannon Kennedy filed a wrongful death lawsuit in October, but made an amended complaint on Jan. 18 to add punitive damages against Hernandez.


Published: 2024-02-27T00:00:00

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

White Rock named 'crowning jewel' of happiness in new travel blog

"With a rural feel and a close-knit community, White Rock is one of the happiest small towns in America."


Published: 2024-02-27 23:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T04:25:27

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Phaedra Haywood phaywood@sfnewmexican.com

Videos show distraught 'Rust' armorer who later says live ammunition not kept on set

The jury heard from the defendant Tuesday via several hours of video showing her interactions with investigators.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T10:43:56

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott Wyland swyland@sfnewmexican.com

Fracking wastewater will stay in Lujan Grisham's strategic water plan

The governor remains committed to the concept despite it failing to get Legislature's approval in '24.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:30:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:13:59

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Margaret O’Hara mohara@sfnewmexican.com

Santa Fe read-a-thon pushing kids and adults to read over spring break

Anyone in New Mexico — including adults, book clubs and classrooms — can compete in the read-a-thon.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:51:52

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Milan Simonich

Polluters might get tax break to clean up wells

The saga of aid to the state's stripper well operators during the 2024 session serves as a reminder about influence, inattention and an industry's hold on the Legislature.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:23:39

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Maya Hilty mhilty@sfnewmexican.com

Santa Fe County proposes plastic bag ban

County commissioners will hold a public hearing March 26 on the proposed single-use plastics ban.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T07:55:03

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

Four charged after man shot, beaten while held in Chimayó house

The man told deputies he had been lured to the house by two of the suspects, who texted him to say he could trade vehicle parts for drugs, according to criminal complaints.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:24:32

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sophie Austin Associated Press/Report for America

Biden administration taps $366 million for clean energy for tribes, rural areas

Taos Pueblo and the Navajo Nation are among the recipients of funding for solar power projects.


Published: 2024-02-27 23:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-27T17:15:48

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

Española establishes homeless camp after Ohkay Owingeh clears pueblo site

The initiative comes after several people were cleared from a longtime encampment on Ohkay Owingeh pueblo land.


Published: 2024-02-27 22:45:00

Updated: 2024-02-27T17:15:14

Roasted root vegetables make for hearty dish


Published: 2024-02-27 20:15:00

Updated: 2024-02-28T01:18:25

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Family Dispute Results in Homicide in NE Heights

ABQ RAW3 days ago1 minFamily Dispute Results in Homicide in NE HeightsBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/26/2024 @ 2:30PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...4,919 views9 commentsPost not marked as liked


Published: 2024-02-26T22:26:14

Updated: 2024-02-26T23:53:12.024Z

City Desk

by: Carolyn Carlson

Longtime Bernalillo County Manager Announces Retirement


Published: 2024-02-26T17:07:11

Updated: 2024-02-26T17:23:15

New Mexico Political Report

by: Nicole Maxwell

Politics Newsletter: Special legislative session for gun bills?

Hello fellow political junkies! The 2024 legislative session is over with the possibility for a special session for firearm-related legislation. In English: Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was not happy that the House and Senate passed only a few of the 20 or...


Published: 2024-02-26T17:00:00

Updated: 2024-02-26T02:05:15

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Gabe Vasquez doubles down on shameless lie about Yvette Herrell

In another act of desperation, far-left Democrat U.S. Rep. Gabe Vasquez once again attacked Republican former Congresswoman Yvette Herrell, who is running to reclaim the seat she previously held. Vasquez is doubling down in a blatant lie about Herrell’s...


Published: 2024-02-26T11:51:00

Artesia Daily Press

by: ADP Staff

Deadly two-vehicle crash on Highway 285

(Eddy County, New Mexico) Chief Deputy Matthew Hutchinson reports onSunday, February 25, 2024, at approximately 0708 hours, the Eddy CountySheriff’s Office Traffic Unit responded to a two-vehicle crash on US Highway 285and State Road 31 involving a...


Published: 2024-02-26T08:40:56

Artesia Daily Press

by: Brienne Green

Lady Bulldogs avenge prior loss to Ramettes, 40-33

Following three quarters’ worth of see-saw basketball Tuesday at Bulldog Pit, the Lady Bulldogs were able to take control in the end, pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 40-33 win over Portales. With the victory, which avenged Artesia’s previous loss...


Published: 2024-02-26T08:36:13

Artesia Daily Press

by: Brienne Green

Runnin’ ‘Dogs roll over Rams to remain unbeaten, 71-48

Through one quarter of play Tuesday at Bulldog Pit, it looked as though the Bulldog basketball team was headed for another barn-burner with the Portales Rams. That is, until the ‘Dogs found another gear. The Artesia boys turned a 17-14 lead after one into...


Published: 2024-02-26T08:34:34

Artesia Daily Press

by: ADP Staff

Chevron donates $20K to United Way of Eddy County Hardship Fund

The United Way of Eddy County (UWEC) felt the love this past Valentine’s Day, both from Chevron and for the communities it serves. UWEC has announced a $20,000 donation from Chevron to its organization’s Hardship Fund, which works to provide struggling...


Published: 2024-02-26T08:33:20

Artesia Daily Press

by: ADP Staff

SRO Appreciation Day

The Artesia Police Department recognized its School Resource Officers, Sgt. Ricardo Huerta, left, and Cmdr. Jeff Letcher, right, Thursday in honor of National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day. The APD thanked Huerta and Letcher for their “hard...


Published: 2024-02-26T08:28:53

New Mexico Political Report

by: Hannah Grover

Arizona regulators reject proposal to assist Navajo communities impacted by coal-fired power generation

Utility regulators in Arizona rejected proposals from an Arizona utility to provide assistance to coal-impacted communities, including in Navajo communities in northwest New Mexico. The rejection of the assistance from Arizona Public Service Company, the...


Published: 2024-02-26T07:05:00

Updated: 2024-02-26T01:46:06

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Wind, rain and blowing dust

Listen to the weather This blustery day will have a mix of strong winds, rain and blowing dust....


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Ukrainians settle into new life in Farmington

Many members of Farmington's Ukrainian community appear to have adjusted well to life in America after they were forced to leave their home country.


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Texas man killed in US 285 crash in Eddy County

Anthony Javier Rivera died after a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 285 and State Road 31.


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Silver High names band room for longtime director

A gathering at Silver High School on Friday morning was very much like a family reunion as former students and others who knew longtime band teacher David Kendrick honored him, naming the band room for him. “He had his family at home, and he had his band...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

San Jose Boulevard bridge reopened after fire

A bridge at the intersection of San Jose Boulevard and South Canal Street was closed due to a fire Monday morning. Officials are looking into the cause of the blaze.


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Rep. Vasquez hikes Gila to promote bill

By JUNO OGLE Daily Press Staff One of the first things Rep. Gabe Vasquez of New Mexico’s 2nd District said he wanted to do in the U.S. House of Representatives was to protect an area that he loves, the Gila River. Friday afternoon, Vasquez led about 30...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: ROZANNA M. MARTINEZ / JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

New luxury neighborhood is ready in Rio Rancho

A new luxury home community with stunning views and close proximity to the outdoors will soon be...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

New gym in Corrales set to officially open on March 2

The grand opening for the new gym in Corrales will be from noon to 2 p.m. March 2. There will be...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Lordsburg honors mining history at park

From the Hidalgo County Herald LORDSBURG — A bronze statue of a miner was recently placed in Lordsburg’s Memorial Park on Main Street by the city of Lordsburg. Mayor Glenda Greene said she believes that it is a long overdue memorial to the many Lordsburg...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

Legislators look back at 2024 session: Kathleen Cates

For Representative Kathleen Cates, the 2024 legislative session in New Mexico was both fulfilling...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Sports Editor

Former RRHS guard Laura Gutierrez eclipses 1,000-point mark in college

There’s another Rio Rancho basketball player that has 1,000 career points. She is former Rio...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Sports Editor

Cleveland High girls win state wrestling title; Storm boys are runners-up

Here’s the brain trust that led Cleveland High to two team wrestling trophies at state:...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Tracy Goldizen

BREAKING: Hoax call prompts now-lifted RRPS lockout

All Rio Rancho Public Schools were placed on a precautionary and temporary lockout Monday, Feb....


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Hendricks | Observer Staff Writer

Attorney General Torrez announces lawsuit challenging Kroger, Albertsons merger

New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and a bipartisan...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

APD Scandal: City Again Sent Back On Its Heels As Explosive Details Of Alleged DWI Bribery Scheme Surface; Exclusive Legal Analysis On Where Fed Probe May Go From Here, Plus: Anti-Semitic Dog Whistle On Blog? Readers Weigh In  

Carlos Sandoval-Smith (Journal)The brazen in your face corruption revealed in audio recordings made last June by a DWI suspect interacting with an APD officer and a paralegal has sent the city back on its heels yet again and wondering if the decades-long...


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

Ukrainian immigrants continue to adjust to new life in Farmington

Approximately two dozen Ukrainian immigrants who have relocated to Farmington over the last two years seem to have adapted well to their new lives.


Published: 2024-02-26T00:00:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

SWAT Situation at Apartment Complex in Foothills of Albuquerque

ABQ RAW4 days ago1 minSWAT Situation at Apartment Complex in Foothills of AlbuquerqueBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/25/2024 @ 4:30PM UPATED 02/25/2024 @9:00PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission...2,913 views4 comments1 like. Post...


Published: 2024-02-25T23:24:58

Updated: 2024-02-26T04:05:35.691Z

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Criminals Try Changing Tire During Felony Cruise on Route 66, APD Apprehends 3

ABQ RAW4 days ago1 minCriminals Try Changing Tire During Felony Cruise on Route 66, APD Apprehends 3BY: ABQ RAW Staff POSTED: 02/25/2024 @ 3:15PM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...2,084 views3...


Published: 2024-02-25T22:56:26

Updated: 2024-02-25T22:56:26.534Z

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

Taos Co. Sheriff New Mexico The secret life and crimes of terrorist ‘prophet’ apprehended in Taos: Docs.

In a case that has captured national attention, Jany Leveille finds herself at the center of a legal storm after her involvement in a terrorist plot in New Mexico came to light. Leveille, a key figure in a group accused of establishing a training camp for...


Published: 2024-02-25T20:29:00

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

AFR Responds to Two Structure Fires and a Backcountry Rescue Operation

ABQ RAW5 days ago2 minAFR Responds to Two Structure Fires and a Backcountry Rescue OperationPosted By: ABQRAW staff Posted On: 02/25/2024 @11:45 AM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before...511 views1 comment2 likes. Post not...


Published: 2024-02-25T19:14:56

Updated: 2024-03-01T05:27:32.608Z

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Another Fatal Vehicle Vs Pedestrian Crash in NE Heights

ABQ RAW5 days ago1 minAnother Fatal Vehicle Vs Pedestrian Crash in NE HeightsBy: ABQRAW staff Posted: 02/25/2024 @ 8:08AM Albuquerque - APD is investigating another fatal pedestrian just yards from another...3,516 views2 comments1 like. Post not marked as...


Published: 2024-02-25T15:08:29

Updated: 2024-02-25T15:08:29.455Z

ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

Man's Ninja Tactics Foiled by APD, Now Charged with Damaging Defenseless Power Pole

ABQ RAW5 days ago1 minMan's Ninja Tactics Foiled by APD, Now Charged with Damaging Defenseless Power PoleBY: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 02/25/2024 @ 8:00AM © 2024 ABQRAW All Rights Reserved - Please Request Permission Before Disseminating on Other...1,163...


Published: 2024-02-25T14:59:30

Updated: 2024-02-25T15:11:30.444Z

Artesia Daily Press

by: ADP Staff

Fourth Carlsbad resident sentenced in connection with sexual abuse of children

ALBUQUERQUE – A Carlsbad man was sentenced this week in federal court in connection with sexual abuse of minors. Alexander M.M. Uballez, U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico, and Raul Bujanda, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Albuquerque Field...


Published: 2024-02-25T11:30:38

City Desk

by: Damon Scott

Long vacant buildings irk officials, business owners


Published: 2024-02-25T11:05:20

Updated: 2024-02-26T09:22:47

Artesia Daily Press

by: Jess Addington

Artesia FFA applying Ag in the Classroom training

“Learning about how we as ag students can go to other schools and teach younger students about agriculture was a great experience, it was super fun and also very educational,” said Taylor Salter, a sophomore in agriculture education at Artesia High school


Published: 2024-02-25T07:26:00

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Cathy Cook / Journal Staff Writer

Requests for public records have doubled in the past five years. Here's what the city is doing about it.

Albuquerque is facing a rising tide of public information requests, according to city officials.


Published: 2024-02-25T00:15:00-07:00

Updated: 2024-02-26T11:33:50-07:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

Police blotter: Tools reported stolen in vehicle burglary

The following records are from the Roswell Police Department and can be viewed at rpdp2c.org. All people arrested or cited are presumed innocent.


Published: 2024-02-25T00:15:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Matthew Daly The Associated Press

White House, tribal leaders hail 'historic' deal to restore salmon runs in Pacific Northwest

The Biden administration, leaders of four Columbia River Basin tribes and the governors of Oregon and Washington have signed papers formally launching a $1 billion pla…


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Daily Record Staff

Week Ahead, February 25

Monday, February 26


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Tamara Schubert Chaves County Cooperative Extension Service

The credit card convenience

From online shopping to fast food apps, mobile orders, and online banking, in today’s fast-paced world, we have come to rely on convenience, and when it comes to retai…


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Erica Guerrero, FNP-C Eastern New Mexico Medical Group Ponderosa Medical Associates

Seven healthy habits for the New Year and beyond

Making New Year’s resolutions is a common tradition, but 77% of people who make them, break them within just a few weeks. This year, focus on long-term lifestyle chang…


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted Photo

Senior Circle supports the Roswell Humane Society

The Eastern New Mexico Medical Center Senior Circle collected food and supplies for the Roswell Humane Society. Pictured from left to right are members Denise Pacheco,…


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Sylvie Corbet The Associated Press

Macron booed by French farmers who blame him for not doing enough to support agriculture

French President Emmanuel Macron has been greeted with boos and whistles at the opening of the Paris Agricultural Fair by angry farmers who blame him for not doing eno…


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

'Better Together' founder addresses Chaves County Republican Women

Anyone who watches or attends committee meetings during sessions of the New Mexico Legislature, is likely to know the name and voice of Carla Sonntag.


Published: 2024-02-25T00:00:00

Artesia Daily Press

by: Jess Addington

Man arrested on drug charges following PVDTF pursuit

The Pecos Valley Drug Task Force (PVDTF) announced Thursday that an arrest was made last month on drug trafficking charges following a pursuit that ended on U.S. 285. The PVDTF release states that, on Jan. 18, agents initiated a traffic stop on...


Published: 2024-02-24T23:24:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Navajo Nation Council pays tribute to the life of former Sawmill Chapter Vice President Harold Morgan

Navajo Nation Council pays tribute to the life of former Sawmill Chapter Vice President Harold Morgan Saturday, 24 February 2024 11:38 gallupsun WINDOW ROCK, Arizona — On behalf of the 25th Navajo Nation Council, Speaker Crystalyne Curley offers...


Published: 2024-02-24T11:38:00