ENMU reduces number of credit hours required to graduate
Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is reducing the number of hours required for graduation for the majority of degree programs from 128 to 120 hours, starting with the fall 2015 undergraduate catalog.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
N.M. man pleads guilty in murder-for-hire plot
A Portales, N.M., man pleaded guilty to a federal murder-for-hire charge after authorities said he hired an undercover Amarillo police officer to kill his wife.
Authorities: Man hired undercover APD officer to kill wife
A A A' Federal prosecutors say a Portales, N.M. man has pleaded guilty to plotting to have his wife killed.
Ruidoso Police Department adds new face, has two more coming
Police Chief Joe McGill, left, stands by as Municipal Court Judge Beverly Rankin swears in new Ruidoso Police Department patrol officer Maury Legg on July 30. Patrol officer Maury Legg was sworn in to the Ruidoso Police Department on July 30. Two more are expected in the near future.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Portales man pleads guilty in murder-for-hire plot
The U.S. Attorney's office in Albuquerque says Cody Guss pleaded guilty Friday to an indictment that charged him with using a telephone in interstate commerce to commission a murder-for-hire.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Torres-Ovrick to teach early childhood development
After 17 years in the Ruidoso Municipal Schools, 13 in the classroom, she still exudes an unbridled enthusiasm for her job and her students.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Free Back-To-School Immunizations Tomorrow In Portales
The special clinic is part of the Got Shots? Protect Tots! immunization campaign.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Introduction- Located in Clovis, NM, Cannon AFB has only recently been named the western base of AFSOC.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Joe's Overnight Forecast for Wednesday
COM. AT 9:20 PM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCING HEAVY RAINFALL OVER CARLSBAD.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
KOB-TV New Mexico
New Mexico's new Jobs Council works to turn NM economy around
The state's new Jobs Council is working on a blueprint for turning New Mexico's economy around and creating jobs, but it means state government is going have to dig deep and spend more serious money.