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Santa Fe police arrest suspected child predator


Taos County sheriff's sergeant charged with fraud

Santa Fe police seek 15–year-old runaway

Photos show damage when car crashes into Santa Fe store

Consultant’s review of Tucumcari PD reveals unaccounted firearms

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New Mexico Democrats dismissing idea of state shut down
A look at the New Mexico legislative session
Teacher sick leave veto override dies in House
Civil rights group wants investigation into possible Quran defacement
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Civil rights group wants investigation into possible Quran defacement

New company offers 'dinosaurs' for parties

'Save our schools,' teachers tell state public officials

Santa Fe schools plan early release Thursday for legislative rally

After wreck at café, car crashes into clothing store next door
A white Nissan is visible inside Cato, a clothing store, on Tuesday evening.

Couple believes they were attacked over their sexuality

Police investigating claim couple may have urinated on Quran at library

Española schools superintendent submits corrective action plan

Political contributions upend New Mexico state lease deal

Police: Babysitter admits drug use before finding infant dead

Audit: Corrections Department waived fees for film crew

Bill passes House to look at, improve voting access on Native Lands

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Taos bank president meets with President

Gov. Martinez vetoes bill to protect teachers sick time and leave

Bipartisan tax reform bill passes the House, moves to Senate

Bill would increase penalties for crimes committed in evacuation zones

Santa Fe council approves soda tax motion to go before voters

As Senate discusses school budget cuts, Secretary of Education doesn't attend

New bill could allow police to attend DWI hearing via video

Santa Fe police search for runaway

Police lapel footage released of scene at Jambo Cafe

2 bills introduced seek to create greater legal protection for pets

Lawmakers considering new cigarette tax

Los Alamos County enacts two-month hiring freeze

Los Alamos County enacts two-month hiring freeze

New bill designed to protect sexual assault victims passes the Senate

Ethics commission proposal advances in New Mexico

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