Wednesday, February 1, 2012
New Mexico News
Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and her allies are making another appeal to the Legislature to overturn a New Mexico law allowing driver's licenses for illegal immigrants.
Our Collective Memoir: To Celebrate New Mexico's Centennial, we invited readers to share memories that resonate with the history of the state.
Governor Susana Martinez said a suspected child killer's own foolishness put him behind bars.
Capitol Report New Mexico
Lawmakers have shelved a proposal to require teachers and other public workers to take unpaid leave or annual leave from their jobs if they serve in the Legislature.
By Heath Haussamen • News • I was on the radio program New Mexico News and Views this afternoon to talk about what’s going on at the Roundhouse, new polling in the U.S. Senate race and more. Click on the headline to listen.
State lawmakers are struggling to reach a compromise on the budget as the 30-day legislative session hits the halfway point.
New Mexico regulators have approved a $21.5 million rate increase for New Mexico Gas Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Authorities are investigating a suspicious package received through the mail at an undisclosed location on the University of New Mexico's campus. Tuesday, January 31, 2012.
Proposals to overhaul a scandal-plagued state regulatory agency are off to a fast start in the Legislature.
The Lemonheads have clung to their punk roots since their start in the mid 80s. However, because it’s been a kind of revolving door of members for all but one person in the band, their sound has morphed into a generic alternative rock.