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4 hrs ago | Washington Times
Buoyant, bilingual, upbeat and the first female Hispanic governor of any state, New Mexico's Susana Martinez seems a good fit for chief executive officer of a Western state where almost half the 2.1 million population is Hispanic.
4 hrs ago | KOAT-TV
Drinking and driving a not only a big problem in New Mexico, but also on pueblos and reservations.
NEW MEXICO IS A PROUD PLACE AND A NEW SURVEY RANKS US HIGH FOUR OUR LOCAL LOVE. BUT THERE'S ONE STATE THAT REPORTEDLY HAS US BEAT.
A U.S. Marine Corps reservist held in a Mexican prison for more than three months on a weapons charge could have been released within days of his detention if not for "missed opportunities" by his original legal counsel, his attorney told CNN.
WEEKEND'S MUST-SEE: "Masterpiece Mystery," 9 p.m. Sunday, PBS. Separated by almost a century, two wonderfully eccentric writers combine for a tangled tale.
Talking before the show, he said the day had been stressful, but in the end it was the music that mattered.
SANTA FE >> The Santa Fe Police Department is reversing a controversial 2011 decision that had police officers switch to a five-day work week from a four-day schedule.
The newest insurer is CHRISTUS Health Plan of Texas, Franchini said during a meeting of the NMHIX board in Santa Fe.
The state's health insurance exchange governing board voted 11-1 to continue using the federal computer system for determining eligibility and to enroll individuals starting in November when the next open enrollment begins.
The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange board voted Friday to stay with the federal health insurance exchange for individuals in 2015.
When the sun beats down and the temperature goes up, more New Mexicans are making a visit to Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque.
California's Legislature has another bill on deck that could bolster its chances of becoming home to Tesla Motor's giant battery plant, and the up to 6,500 jobs it could create.
He basically said in his resignation announcement that readers of the two-year-old paper could not trust what they read in the paper, a statement that created a lot of controversy not only on the reservation but also in New Mexico where the Albuquerque Journal picked up the story and assigned a reporter to look into it.
When wildfires pop up across New Mexico, it can be taxing on the State's resources.
SANTA FE >> State Auditor Hector Balderas says a federal Medicaid agency isn't planning to review a decision by Gov. Susana Martinez's administration last year to freeze payments to mental health providers because of alleged fraud and overbillings.
The Interior Department has asked Gov. Susana Martinez and Attorney General Gary King to comment on Pojoaque Pueblo's proposals for casino gambling on tribal lands north of Santa Fe.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 06:18 pm
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