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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ranchers are asking a U.S. district judge to delay what they describe as a potential mass slaughter of as many as 150 "unauthorized" cows on public land in southwestern New …

The National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque's South Valley just received a $500,000 federal grant. The money was requested through Congress and will be used to digitally archive records …

Director James Cady and the Adobe Theater are mounting the production of an American classic in March. "You know I like to do what I consider great plays with the best actors I can get," said Cady in …

By Kei Tsuzuki & Molly Luethi, Albuquerque business owners As small business owners for over a decade, we strongly support Senate Bill 11, the Paid Family and Medical Leave Act, understanding …

 Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham yesterday joined 19 fellow governors to launch the Reproductive Freedom Alliance, a multi-state, nonpartisan coalition representing over 170 million Americans focused on …

Strong winds are on the horizon that can cause hazardous and unsafe conditions, especially around electricity. High wind events can be very common around New Mexico from March through June, and with …

By Pinckney Wood, Humane HEART (Health, Education, & Abuse Resolution Taskforce) Scientific classification relates cattle to bison (buffalo) at least down to the taxonomic level of …

By Israel Chávez, Doña Ana County As grantees of the Outdoor Equity Fund, we have seen firsthand the transformative impact that outdoor recreation can have on the lives of young people in New …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — School board members across New Mexico would be required to disclose campaign contributions under a measure that cleared its first legislative hurdle on …

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