Tuesday, December 13, 2011
New Mexico News
By Heath Haussamen • News • A controversial land development that in 2007 helped spark the progressive takeover of the Las Cruces City Council isn’t going to happen.
It is not your everyday purchase if you are in the marketing department at The University of New Mexico. Three weeks ago the marketing heads purchased two porn website domain names at $200 a pop.
The latest winter storm is making its way across New Mexico, bringing rain to Albuquerque and snow to the higher elevations in western and northern portions of the state. > Check current road conditions > Check current weather conditions
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By Heath Haussamen • News • New Mexico led the nation in drug overdose deaths in 2008, but the state Office of the Medical Investigator is “hiding” autopsy reports that might shed light on the deaths, the Española-based Rio Grande SUN is reporting.
A veteran employee of New Mexico's largest metropolitan detention center who is facing charges of taking bribes is scheduled to appear in court.
By Pete Campos • Commentary • The upcoming legislative session provides us a great opportunity to close the loophole that allows out-of-state corporations to avoid paying state income tax, restore some fairness to our tax code, and boost the spending power of New Mexico families.
A coalition of elected officials, environmentalists and labor unions is urging New Mexico's congressional leaders to throw their support behind reauthorization of a federal jobs bill that could mean millions of dollars for water system improvements.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Drug Enforcement Agents said prescription medications are the new gateway drug for teens