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9 min ago | Business Journal
The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange board voted Friday to stay with the federal health insurance exchange for individuals in 2015.
3 hrs ago | KMAG99.1
When the sun beats down and the temperature goes up, more New Mexicans are making a visit to Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque.
3 hrs ago | USA Today
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.
5 hrs ago | The Navajo Times
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.
The State Department and the U.N. Human Rights Commission must become involved in stopping the escalating slaughter of Christians in the Middle East, according to Bill Richardson, the former governor of New Mexico.
SANTA FE >> The New Mexico Film Office released the final Phase 1 report of a study on the economic impact of the state's film incentive program.
The monsoon thunderstorms are rolling in again as I'm writing this from our new home in the Rio Grande Valley north of Santa Fe.
Newswise - The cancer drugs, radiation therapy and cancer surgery available today help millions of people survive their cancer.
BECAUSE THEY FEARED MANY GUNS WOULD BE BANNED. BUT FOR THE MOST PART, THE LAWS DIDN'T CHANGE SO WE WANTED TO KNOW IF GUNS SALES ARE STILL GOING UP? HERE'S TARGET 7 INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER NANCY LAFLIN.
Two Democratic lawmakers plan to ask the Legislature to revamp a $50 million annual cap on tax incentives for film and television production in New Mexico.
The New Mexico MVD has signed a long-term contract with New Mexico Interactive to continue its work with the department.
Fathom Events and NBC Sports Group Team up to Bring Barclays Premier League 2014-15 Soccer Season to Select U.S. Cinemas )--Fathom Events and NBC Sports Group Team up to Bring Famed Barclays Premier League 2014-15 Soccer Season to Select U.S. Cinemas )--The New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division has signed a new long-term contract with New Mexico ... (more)
For Roswell mayor Dennis Kintigh, the case is a clear example of why Albuquerque and communities around the state should have a teen curfew in place.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:51 am
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