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Governor Susana Martinez Announces Judicial Appointments

Santa Fe — Today Governor Susana Martinez announced the appointment of Alan Brown of Elephant Butte to the Sierra County Magistrate Court and Mickie Vega of Carrizozo to the Lincoln County Magistrate Court.

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Farmington businesses focus of prepaid card scam

It`s the call no one wants to get. "They are going to shut the electricity down!" And in the middle of the lunch rush, the scammers struck.

How the Supreme Court made it harder for you to sue

Many people quickly gloss over a terms of service agreement at one point or another, an easy enough feat when making online transactions. But few would assume that simply visiting a website or interacting with a brand on social media would amount to signing a contract.

Designer sketching plans for Albuquerque fashion district

If Melissa Lea Beasley has her way, Downtown’s First Plaza Galeria will become a center point for the fashion industry in the city and the state.

City seeks fiscal agent for capital outlay plans

RATON — The New Mexico Legislature earlier this year approved $655,000 in capital outlay funding requests by the city of Raton, yet the municipality cannot move forward with two of its proposed projects totalling $155,000 until it finds a fiscal agent to oversee the award money.

Shirley MacLaine will sell Santa Fe ranch for $18M

SANTA FE, NM (KRQE) – The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Oscar-winning actress Shirely MacLaine has decided to sell her ranch near Santa Fe, NM for $18 million though psychics she consulted advised her to list it for $30 million.

Wildfire Preparedness & Prevention Resource Center

Wildfire season is here, and now is the time to get ready. Learning about wildfire danger and being prepared can help reduce the threat of fires to our natural surroundings, our homes, and our communities.

Gov. Susana Martinez doesn`t apologize for content of secret recordings

Martinez says comments were private and came from frustration
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —Gov. Susana Martinez addressed what was heard in secret audio recordings from four years ago.

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Deputies hope to keep Chimayo Walk safe

UNM to install more safety lighting

Gov. Martinez responds to controversial audio recordings published online