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The southeast part of the state is getting hit hard with winter weather. Roswell, in particular, got an inch of snow Thursday and freezing temperatures in the area is making this storm worse than others.
A slow-moving but ferocious winter storm crawled its way across the USA Thursday, bringing a nasty mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow all the way from Texas to the Great Lakes and promising a dismal weekend for much of eastern half of the country through the weekend.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is using 85-year-old Korean War veteran Merrill Newman and another American as pawns in a game with the United States - but the stakes remain unclear, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson says.
Knowing how to negotiate personally and professionally is the key ingredient of everyday living, according to former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who has written a new book on how to do exactly that.
It's December. Christmas is coming. Colorful lights are on display, but if there's one color I wish we'd all see this holiday season, it's red.
KOAT ACTION 7 NEWS ANCHOR ROYALE DA IS LIVE TO EXPLAIN THE NEW STRATEGY. DOUG SHELLY - OFFICIALS SAY HEALTH CARE REFORM WILL MEAN MORE PEOPLE SEEKING HEALTH CARE.
As winter closes in, federal Housing and Urban Development reports an 18 percent drop in New Mexico's homeless population since 2010.
Current-Argus file photo Mariska Guzman and robert Moreno, right, serve a salad to Bob Capps of Pueblo, Colo., in the dining area at the Carlsbad Caverns visitors center.
The U.S. port of entry in a southwestern New Mexico city may be reconfigured to make it safer for children crossing the international border to attend school in the United States.
Gov. Susana Martinez has signaled that she intends to make water a key issue for the upcoming legislative session starting in January.
Unexploded chemical bombs -- some containing deadly agents of mass destruction such as mustard gas and hydrogen cyanide -- from U.S. tests at San Jose Island, Panama, may be headed to New Mexico for disposal, according to the Panamanian government.
SANTA FE >> To bounce back from the recession, New Mexico must add more than 160,000 jobs in the next 10 years, state legislators were told Monday.
The increasing use of Amber Alerts and their dissemination across media platforms like text messages is raising questions about whether overuse may water down their effectiveness.