Author: Susan Montoya Bryan

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No new charter schools would be allowed to open in New Mexico until 2022 under a proposal that has cleared its first legislative hurdle. The... [Read More]
Harvard's 'Ram's Horn' was discovered in Colo. mine 130 years ago... [Read More]
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Scientists at a federal laboratory have helped to unravel some of the mysteries of a rare specimen of wire gold discovered at a Colorado mine... [Read More]
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A Maine man charged with killing a woman 26 years ago in Alaska is contesting extradition. Steven Downs, of Auburn, Maine, made his intentions known... [Read More]
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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has made one of her most important appointments since taking office, naming a well-known water expert to head the... [Read More]
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Scientists and experts will spend the next year modeling the flow of the Rio Grande and its relationship to groundwater. [Read More]
Forecasters warn that spring runoff could be weak this year... [Read More]
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New Mexico is going on offence in a long-running battle with Texas and the U.S. government over management of one of the longest rivers in... [Read More]
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New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says the state is in what he describes as a "historic fist fight" with Texas and the U.S. government... [Read More]
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Drought conditions in much of the southwestern United States have improved due to surges of moisture over the last few months, but national forecasters and... [Read More]
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Overall, maps depicting drought and precipitation over the last four months indicate a turnaround for a region that has been grappling with dry conditions for... [Read More]
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Hikers have embarked on a 500-mile expedition that will traverse New Mexico. The mission: Chart out the best route and identify what challenges might lay... [Read More]
Slain Texas women were more than the troubles they endured, families say. [Read More]
Juan David Ortiz appeared to be living a typical suburban life in a subdivision where rows of new homes stand next to fields of desert... [Read More]
Juan David Ortiz appeared to be living a typical suburban life in a subdivision where rows of new homes stand next to fields of desert... [Read More]
The Border Patrol agent accused of killing four women appeared to have a typical suburban life. Juan David Ortiz lived in a subdivision where rows... [Read More]
All of these women, bound by difficulties in life, met an eerily similar death: They were shot in the head and left on rural Texas... [Read More]
Associated Press/Susan Montoya Bryan Each of the four women allegedly murdered by a Border Patrol agent lived lives littered with hardship — but... [Read More]
Janelle Ortiz dreamed of becoming famous. Melissa Ramirez imagined a day when the street wasn't home and drugs not her preoccupation. Claudine Luera just ached... [Read More]
A Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman said Thursday that authorities were still investigating the serial murders in Webb County but had no indication at... [Read More]
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