Late-Night Terrorism Drills Test D.C. Officials
Police in the District of Columbia responded to a staged suicide bombing shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday on the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site in Northwest Washington.
More NM children suffering repeated abuse
Data shows more NM children suffer repeated abuse
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – New information out this morning shows an unfortunate trend. More New Mexico children are suffering repeated abuse or neglect even after intervention by the Department of Children Youth and Families.
Inmate gets $100K from county in head slam case
Crandell Martin said his civil rights were violated
SAN JUAN COUNTY, N.M. —A New Mexico inmate is $100,000 richer after a lawsuit settlement with San Juan County.
New Mexico State AD search committee reviewing 48 applicants
Committee hopes to reduce pool to 8-10 interviews by mid-November
LAS CRUCES >> There are 48 applicants vying to replace New Mexico State athletics director McKinley Boston.
New Mexico invests $1.1M in preservation
SANTA FE - A near record number of grants awarded by the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division resulted in more than $1.1 million being invested in preservation projects this year. The division says work was completed in September on 16 projects around the state. That work was paid for with more than $300,000 in grants earlier this year. Communities invested another $735,000 in matching funds and labor.
New advancements in tuberculosis testing in New Mexico
University of New Mexico doctors said they may have more effective testing
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —More than 700 babies reportedly were exposed to tuberculosis at an El Paso, Texas hospital, dozens of which are from New Mexico. Researchers at the University of New Mexico are working rapidly on a dry vaccine that would prevent TB in the first place.
Coach Neal cuts hair for Locks of Love at Lobo Howl event (VIDEO)
Over seven thousand fans flocked to the pit tonight for the annual Lobo Howl. The event marked the start of basketball season.