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Forty-two points in the paint. Forty nine fast-break points. When the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles — yes, the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles — weren't torching... [Read More]
It was difficult at times, growing up a descendant of African Americans, Native Americans and Europeans, as singer/songwriter Martha Redbone did. But even as a... [Read More]
The public will have a chance Monday to weigh in on one company's plans to reopen a defunct copper mine in southwest New Mexico. New... [Read More]
A brother and sister are behind bars after police say they stalked and harassed his estranged wife and her friend Friday night before the women... [Read More]
A man robbed a bank in northwest Albuquerque Friday evening, according to the FBI. FBI spokesman Frank Fisher said the suspect walked into the New... [Read More]
Plaza-area shop owner accused of molesting officer... [Read More]
Dems lead races for auditor, AG, treasurer, secretary of state... [Read More]
Tags: Voters - Dems - divided
Despite theories about aliens and spies, child porn investigation shut observatory... [Read More]
How can the nation's aging power grid better incorporate energy sources like wind and solar? What would make it more resilient to modern threats such... [Read More]
One third of Albuquerque's Police Oversight Board is vacant and the contract for the executive director of the Civilian Police Oversight Agency comes to an... [Read More]
One Albuquerque Metro Court judge said a commissioner called him an "anarchist" and another judge was told he needed to "come to Jesus" during their... [Read More]
A teenage girl is facing charges after police say she set up a robbery that ended with a man fatally shot in front of his... [Read More]
Police say the death of a man found beaten in Downtown Albuquerque in June is now being investigated as a homicide. Albuquerque police spokesman Gilbert... [Read More]
Three paintings from the "spiritual father" the Taos Society of Artists were recently donated to the New Mexico Museum of Art. The paintings by Joseph... [Read More]
City officials are giving more than 50 local artists access to the Albuquerque Rail Yards this weekend with their supplies and equipment to document the... [Read More]
Company uses technology developed at UNM... [Read More]
New Mexico's health insurance marketplace will replace the federal individual enrollment platform with a less expensive, state-based site for the 2021 benefit year. The... [Read More]
New Mexico's unemployment rate continued to improve in August, ticking down to 4.6 percent. That is down from 4.7 percent in July and from 6... [Read More]
A suspect awaiting trial in a July shooting is behind bars again after police say he shot a man several times outside his home in... [Read More]
When the U.S. Department of Energy submitted a request early this year to the state to change the wa ... [Read More]
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