The Latest
From our News sources

Free ChimayĆ³ Youth Visioning Workshops Open to the Public

Santa Fe, NM – October 23, 2014 – Santa Fe County in collaboration with the Resource Center for Raza Planning in the UNM School of Architecture and Planning would like to invite residents to participate in one or all of the free Chimayó Youth Visioning Workshops (see dates below). The workshops engage youth and young adults in an intensive three part planning and design workshop to explore the future of Chimayó.

Press Release

Fossils reveal very awkward dinosaur once roamed the Earth

Palaeontologists in the Mongolia`s Gobi Desert have discovered new fossils that allow them to create a picture of what one of the most unusually-shaped dinosaurs looked like.


OSU sues NMSU over Pistol Pete mascot

LAS CRUCES (KRQE) – A powerhouse college is suing New Mexico State University, claiming the Aggies have plagiarized their mascot. The suit claims it is “confusingly similar” to its own and includes an image of Pistol Pete that NMSU has used in the past when it first adopted the mascot in the ’60s.


Wallace Foundation honors NDI New Mexico

The Wallace Foundation, one of the nation`s largest philanthropic organizations has highlighted NDI New Mexico for its achievements in helping children through afterschool activity programs.


Coyote sightings, attacks up in Bosque Farms

BOSQUE FARMS, N.M. (KRQE) – Coyote sightings are up near Albuquerque, now pets and livestock are paying the price.


Public Regulations Commission employees claim boss is monitoring them on security cameras

State employees with the Public Regulations Commission, the company that regulates utilities in the state, are worried they are being spied on with security cameras while they`re working. An elected official has come forward to say she suspects it`s been happening to her too.


New Mexico weighs allowing reuse of drilling water

HOBBS, N.M. (AP) - State environmental regulators are considering a rule that would allow oil companies to reuse water that’s already flowed through drilling operations to help reduce the amount of freshwater the industry consumes.


Albuquerque continues to draw top MMA talent

Kagan tough enough for UFC
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —It`s no longer a secret -- Albuquerque has attracted some of the best mixed martial artists in the world. That’s why Emily Peters Kagan is here.


Submit Your Release

Common Cause promotes New Mexico Pledge

New owner has big plans for Taos Ski Valley

Teen pleads guilty in Utah soccer ref death