The Latest
From our News sources


Washington, DC (July 24, 2014) Today, Congressman Steve Pearce responded to the House Working Group’s presentation Wednesday of its recommendations and solutions to the national security and humanitarian crisis at the southern border.

Press Release

New theory: WIPP leak linked to glove in waste drum

LOS ALAMOS — A glove used to process nuclear waste at Los Alamos National Laboratory and metallic residue from that process have grabbed the attention of investigators probing the cause of a radiation leak at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, a lab official told lawmakers Wednesday.

New Mexico legislators want to remove TV series from cap on tax incentives

SANTA FE, New Mexico — Two Democratic lawmakers plan to ask the Legislature to revamp a $50 million annual cap on tax incentives for film and television production in New Mexico.

State senator wants `homeless hate crime` law

Were the deadly beatings of two homeless men in Albuquerque a hate crime? Under federal law, the answer is no. That`s true for most states, too.

Ukraine Prime Minister Resigns, as Kiev Moves Toward Elections

KIEV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, a pro-Western technocrat who has guided the Ukrainian government through the tumultuous months since the ouster of President Viktor F. Yanukovyvch, resigned abruptly on Thursday, after the governing coalition of Parliament collapsed.

Crews pumping water from flooded homes in Algodones

ALGODONES, N.M. (KRQE) – Afternoon rain on Wednesday caused major problems for Algodones. Homes and farmland are surrounded by water after irrigation ditches quickly filled up and overflowed. The rain started around 4:00 p.m., moving from Santa Fe, down I-25 and into Algodones. The area got about an inch of rain in only 40 minutes and that was all that it took.

Comunidad reacciona ante sexta balacera por APD

Albuquerque, (Entravision).-A lo que va del año se han reportado seis tiroteos mortales por parte del departamento de policía de Albuquerque. La comunidad reacciona ante este incidente.

Subcontractor dies at Intel

RIO RANCHO, N.M. —Intel said a subcontractor who was working onsite died in an accident Tuesday. The man was employed by Klinger Constructors. The man who died was Lee Griego, 62. Klinger Constructors said he fell 20 feet off some scaffolding on Tuesday, but they`re not sure how it happened.

Submit Your Release

Murder suspect back in NM after 6 years

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Bernalillo County

Possible lead uncovered in West Mesa murders