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Southeast New Mexico

Two Texas men killed in Lea County crash


Sexual assault charge dropped against former Hobbs priest

Texas man gets prison for drug trafficking in New Mexico

'Tears' on Virgin Mary sculpture were olive oil

Child welfare workers being trained on sex trafficking signs

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New Mexico students improve PARCC scores
Staycation Steve: Taking a trip back in time to Kingston & Hillsboro
Lincoln National Forest to lift fire restrictions Wednesday
Oil company close to finalizing 3,000 leases in Carlsbad
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Oil company close to finalizing 3,000 leases in Carlsbad

Mike Smith honored in New Mexico for winning Triple Crown

2018 UFO Festival blasts off on Friday

Deputy arrested, charged with battering girlfriend

Tours of alleged UFO crash site begin

Police: Clovis man critically wounded while playing with gun

Roswell man earns a living painting aliens

Caverns elevators back in service

Carlsbad police investigating two separate shootings

Roswell prepares for annual UFO Festival

New Mexico oil boom town approves housing incentives

Organ Fire at 4,700+ acres in size; 25% contained

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Two people shot in Roswell, suspect on the run

Main Elevators at Carlsbad Caverns still not working

Man arrested for murder in Roswell

Tularosa Downwinders testify before Congress about impact of nuclear test

Jet owned by Elvis up for auction... again

Carlsbad man gets prison term in a kidnapping, firearms case

Thieves target pecan orchards in New Mexico

Pilot involved in Air Force aircraft crash dies

Thousands expected in Roswell for 2018 UFO Fest

New Mexicans hope to be compensated for health impact of nuclear test

Hobbs commissioners approve pay raises for police officers

Inmates had 11-minute head start on law enforcement

Three jail escapees caught after standoff with police in Clovis

Trial looms for daycare workers who allegedly left children in hot car

After 71 years, Roswell UFO crash site to open to public


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