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33 min ago | WLNE-TV Providence
A woman is to be sentenced next month for setting a wildfire on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in central Oregon because her firefighter friends were bored and needed work.
6 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
Damn, the border situation is getting bad. Mexico just sent around 200 mysterious, mostly empty cargo trucks across the border and into Arizona.
11 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
It now seems apparent that Gov. Susana Martinez, even if she wins re-election in November, could be long out of office before the public ever has the opportunity to fully and fairly evaluate her decision to freeze Medicaid funding for mental-health agencies in the state, then turning most over to an Arizona provider.
Gov. Susana Martinez wants the state Department of Transportation to do more to prevent suicides at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge near Taos.
The New Mexico Jobs Council was in full swing on Wednesday morning, with 75 people hashing out employment numbers and figures for four counties.
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. But a chile posing as one of New Mexico's signature crops is not only misleading -- but also an offense in the state of New Mexico.
A New Mexico Department of Health spokesman says a patient at UNM Hospital who is currently being tested for Ebola does not have a common symptom associated with the virus.
Dr. Beverlee J. McClure 's recent viewpoint [July 22, 2014: "McClure's Take On Why New Mexico Can Reinvent Its Economy" ] resonated with me since my company has succeeded in placing 12 people in a wide variety of jobs throughout New Mexico in the past year alone.
Fresh green chile and chile products are displayed as state officials announce a new certification program aimed at protecting the reputation and integrity of New Mexico-grown chile during an event at The Range restaurant in Bernalillo, N.M., on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014.
According to preliminary figures from the Department of Transportation, 204 people have died in traffic accidents from January through July.
New York's Compassionate Care Act, enacted on July 7, 2014, places New York in the company of 22 other states and the District of Columbia who permit the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
After a New Mexico inmate made another death threat toward pop star Justin Bieber, the state's Department of Corrections said it should have been more closely monitoring his outbox.
Fresh chile powder and fresh strung chile ristras will also be available. The event will also include food vendors, hot sauce vendors, children's activities and performances by local musicians.
In a news release, the organization said it's unveiling a new "New Mexico Certified Chile" label to go on chile grown in the state in order to prove its authenticity.
A government report shows that traffic deaths in New Mexico have increased about 20 percent this year.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 04:22 pm
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