Santa Fe & Northern N.M.

Court documents detail events leading up to fatal DWI crash

NMSP: Two sought for credit card fraud

Professional mediator takes on New Mexico budget impasse

Luxury homebuilder found guilty of fraud

New Mexico senators seek millions more for nuke dump, lab

President John F. Kennedy, the first president to visit Los Alamos National Laboratory, is shown in the presidential Lincoln Continental as New Mexicans crowd his route through Los Alamos on Dec. 7, 1962.
Author believes he has solved JFK Los Alamos photos mystery
State police: Dead body found in Taos mobile home after fire
Fatal crash reported on Santa Fe Relief Route
Feds prepare to repackage radioactive waste in New Mexico
Retrial in El Rancho pickaxe killings case underway
Nicholas Ortiz sits next to his attorney, Dan Marlowe, during his murder trial in District Court on Tuesday. Ortiz is accused of murdering three members of an El Rancho family in a 2011 attack.

Woman charged in 18-month-old son's death from head injuries

Dennis Hopper’s daughter selling his record collection

Government revenues falter in New Mexico

Santa Fe officers to get refresher course on marijuana laws

Southbound I-25 re-opened at mile marker 259

New Mexico revokes hunting privileges in poaching case

Water rights deal pits New Mexico villagers against oilman

Confrontation with Santa Fe deputies ends in suicide

An armed individual was reported in Santa Fe

Officials: State accidentally sponsored wrong film festival

New Mexico man gets 20 years for 2 fatal shootings
Donald Valdez

Santa Fe looks to revive Crime Stoppers Program

Recent snowstorms not enough for NM ski areas

Unlicensed cosmetologists still open for business

Santa Fe archbishop addresses immigrant fears since election

Emergency call released in Edgewood child abuse case

Two muggings reported in typically quiet Santa Fe area

Bear cubs released back to the wild

Outside supervisor appointed to oversee New Mexico food aid

Attendance dips, revenues rise at New Mexico state museums

PED takes over finances at Española School District
The New Mexico Public Education Department says the Espanola school Superintendent Eric Martinez encourages

High winds, cold temperatures arrive in NM

Transmission project developers to survey state trust land
Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn

Proposed power line would run through three pueblos

Video shows chase with police after anti-Trump rally

New Mexico budget officials say reserves come first


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