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New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Edward Chavez will retire next month. The court announced Thursday that Chavez's retirement will be effective March 9 and that... [Read More]
SANTA FE -- The Rio Arriba County Sheriff's Office says two Española Valley High School students have been arrested for making a shooting threat against the... [Read More]
A mayoral forum will be held Thursday. [Read More]
A former Santa Fe High freshman will be on probation for a year after he a ... [Read More]
According to a man who says he found the first body, it was dumped in a yellow and black trashcan, just off the side of... [Read More]
A new housing development not far from Santa Fe's burgeoning Rufina Arts District is offering "attainably-priced" single-family homes with plans to later offer live/work spaces... [Read More]
"There obviously was a communications breakdown and we are looking into that" to ensure this doesn't happen again, a county spokeswoman said. [Read More]
The Santa Fe Police Department is asking drivers to avoid the area or to seek an alternate route. [Read More]
Gov may veto pet food fee for spay and neuter programs, Legislature gets five complaints of harassment during session, and remembering Santa Fe's internment camp. [Read More]
Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office has followed some tips but is still searching for the suspect who fired shots into the vehicle of a Los... [Read More]
  Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest plan to take advantage of favorable conditions, including fuel moisture levels, air quality and winds and... [Read More]
Investigators believe their deaths are suspicious. [Read More]
Santa Fe County Sheriff's criminal detectives are continuing to investigate after two bodies were found in southern Santa Fe County. [Read More]
The Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office has located two bodies in southern Santa Fe County. [Read More]
Local teens from Convergence Project ask mayoral candidates about the future of Santa Fe arts and culture... [Read More]
Seventy-six years ago, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt authorized the federal government to round up Japanese immigrants and citizens in concentration camps. Hundreds of Santa Feans... [Read More]
The board of Santa Fe Public Schools and a representative of Turquoise Trail Charter Schools seemed to reach an impasse Tuesday night over whether the... [Read More]
Santa Fe Police are looking for a suspect involved in a vehicle theft. [Read More]
The FBI is looking for the man they say robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in Pojoaque Tuesday. [Read More]
Braves junior forward James Bridges said the team looked at the district tournament as a chance to turn the page on some bad habits and... [Read More]
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