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A potent winter storm that brought snow to the Four Corners and northern mountains on Monday will hit Albuquerque and Santa Fe Tuesday morning and... [Read More]
Shawna Yellowhair was selected from nearly 1,500 students representing 369 two-year colleges in 45 states. [Read More]
The New Mexico Senate confirmed all five University of New Mexico regent nominees during its session Friday afternoon. Sandra K. Begay, Douglas M. Brown were... [Read More]
Measure would open program to paying customers... [Read More]
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The bill would establish a required minimum amount transferred to the lottery scholarship program for New Mexico university students. [Read More]
Measure would set minimum amount for transfer to fund... [Read More]
The city of Albuquerque recently earned the National 2018 Government Experience Innovation Award from the Center for Digital Government for making 311 service requests available... [Read More]
There is no doubt Kerr County and the rest of the Texas Hill Country needed the rain, but did the drought-breaking downpour have to start... [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]
A plume of subtropical moisture from Mexico brought heavy rain and some wind to metro Albuquerque Wednesday night, causing damage to trees and a power... [Read More]
Of the voter sample polled, 61% approve and 16% disapprove; remainder unsure, or did not say... [Read More]
Albuquerque city councilors, in an 8-1 vote on Monday, approved a $5.2 million appropriation to purchase a new helicopter for the police department. Councilor Diane... [Read More]
Albuquerque city councilors, in an 8-1 vote on Monday, approved a $5.2 million appropriation to purchase a new helicopter for the police department. Councilor Diane... [Read More]
Albuquerque city councilors on Monday unanimously approved an economic development incentive package to a Santa Monica, Calif.-based outsourced customer support company that will add nearly... [Read More]
What National Weather Service meteorologists say could be the last good monsoon burst of the season is likely to bring a tenth to a half... [Read More]
The city of Albuquerque's "One ABQ Challenge" initiative garnered more than 1,000 volunteers in projects throughout the city in August. Projects ranged from intergenerational chess... [Read More]
Police union leader blasts decision that Keller chalks up to limited resources... [Read More]
County expanding aid for behavioral health conditions... [Read More]
"One does not hunt in order to kill; on the contrary, one kills in order to have hunted. ... If one were to present the... [Read More]
A dry and warm pattern that began mid-week in central and northern New Mexico will persist next week as strong high pressure continues to build... [Read More]
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