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That is according to a report the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department presented to the Legislative Finance Committee on Thursday at San Juan College.
But New Mexico Transportation Department spokeswoman Melissa Dosher said no official from Gov. Susana Martinez's administration plans to meet with Amtrak CEO Joe Boardman because the agency didn't learn of the tour until receiving a news release from the rail operator Thursday morning.
Three quarters of New Mexicans who have a STEM-related bachelor's degree aren't employed in science, technology, engineering or mathematics occupations, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday.
LOS ALAMOS >> The Los Alamos post office is on its way to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A new report claiming illegal immigrants awaiting deportation to Central America are carrying potentially deadly diseases has some neighbors in southeastern New Mexico concerned.
Members of the Legislature's Interim Economic and Rural Development Committee were told Tuesday that the state doesn't always help local companies.
New Mexico's film industry gets a glowing report card from the head of the State Film Office the agency in charge of helping the industry grow and develop.
According to a new report released Wednesday by wallethub.com , New Mexico is among the top five states with uninsured Americans.
When you think of wine-producing states, which states come to mind? California, Oregon, New York, Washington State? Do you ever think of New Mexico? Probably not, but our group of wine reviewers thinks you should.
Santa Fe's partial closure of its downtown plaza to traffic is taking longer to implement than planned.
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation said that in the last fiscal year they gave more than $18.5 million in cash and in-kind contributions to charitable organizations in New Mexico.
New Mexico has been awarded $507,107 through the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund for state-certified outdoor recreation and conservation projects.
SANTA FE >> The New Mexico Department of Human Services and lawyers for low-income people are at odds on whether the state is complying with a judge's order to quickly process applications for food and medical benefits.
Sam and Abby Solomon go for a swim at Hotel Encanto on Tuesday. The Solomons, from Oregon, stopped in Las Cruces on their monthlong road trip.
Mark and Teresa Chittock from Clovis visited gourd artist Betty Day in Ruidoso Downs Sunday morning, the last day of the 19th Annual Lincoln County Studio Tour Art Loop.
The lawsuit filed recently in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque says Michael Faziani, 57, was thrown in a Sierra County solitary confinement jail cell for days after getting arrested on misdemeanor charges for a minor accident in a McDonald's parking pot.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 01:50 am
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