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EPA Settlements with Violators Benefit Communities

More than $1.8 million in special environmental projects from companies in TX, LA, and NM
DALLAS – (Dec. 18, 2014) In 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) worked with companies that violated environmental laws to bring more than $1.8 million in benefits to communities in Louisiana, Texas, and New Mexico. These benefits came from supplemental environmental projects, or SEPs, as part of settlement agreements with companies. SEPs contribute to EPA’s goals of protecting public health and making a difference in local communities.

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New Mexico Bowl has grown up since 2006

UTEP players and fans ready for Albuquerque showdown vs. Utah State
ALBUQUERQUE >> Since its start in 2006, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl is one of the first games on a heavy and long bowl schedule - and with each passing year, it seems to be a game on the upswing that is gaining national attention.

New Mexico immigrant license repeal effort begins

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Two New Mexico lawmakers have launched a new effort to repeal a state law that allows immigrants suspected of being in the country illegally to obtain driver’s licenses.

“Super Saturday” big day for Albuquerque shoppers

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – One-third of shoppers plan to shop for last-minute gifts on “Super Saturday” (Dec. 20), according to survey conducted last weekend by Walmart in 25 cities.

Raton police catch suspect from active shooter incident

RATON, N.M. -- Raton police have captured a suspect wanted for shooting at people and an officer on Monday.Steven Garcia, Jr. was arrested without incident around 10 a.m. Thursday. He is accused of firing shots at people in the area of 4th and Cimarron.

10 best NM towns for young families took a look at the best towns in New Mexico for young families. PHOTOS

Roswell HS teacher in Lubbock hospital with severe injuries after being targeted by driver

A beloved Roswell teacher says the day after he told a driver in his neighborhood to "slow down," the driver came back and hit him on purpose, with near-deadly consequences.

Lawmaker pushes repeal of Christmas alcohol ban

Bill expands Sunday liquor sales hours as well
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – If you want a little extra Christmas cheer at the last second, you’d better have planned ahead. In New Mexico and at least nine other states, you’re not allowed to buy alcohol on Christmas. It’s a prohibition state Rep. Bill McCamley, D-Dona Ana, says makes no sense.

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Statistical reports on the U.S. fire problem

Family: Solitary confinement led to woman`s suicide

Review: NM agency overwhelmed by relief requests