Three individuals arrested for neglect and abuse of disabled woman

28 Views   A 38-year-old woman with autism died with a number of injuries the attorney general calls “some of the worst” he’s seen in his career. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “First responders recognized the condition Mary was in and transported her to El Paso Medical Center,” Attorney General Raul Torrez said caregivers

NM-INSPIRES: inspiring a healthier New Mexico

38 Views   A new, cross-campus innovation is going to improve the health and livelihood of New Mexico communities. The inspiring program is called none other than NM-INSPIRES. It all began within the National Institutes of Health (NIH,) and its Environmental Health Science Division.

Abortion-ban ordinances gain ground in New Mexico

56 Views   SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A small New Mexico town near Albuquerque adopted an ordinance Wednesday aimed at blocking the distribution of abortion medication or supplies by mail, extending a wave of local government restrictions on abortion.

Addressing overdose deaths in New Mexico

82 Views   Albuquerque, NM (KKOB) — House Bill 263 sponsored by Rep. Tara L. Lujan and Rep. Dayan Hochman-Vigil, would expand on the existing Harm Reduction Act, which aims to cut down on overdoses.

House Bill 134 seeks to place free menstrual products in public schools

96 Views   A bill seeking to create menstrual equity in schools by providing free menstrual hygiene products in New Mexico public schools will be introduced on Monday, Jan. 30: House Bill 134, titled “Menstrual Products in School Bathrooms.” The bill is sponsored by Reps. Christine Trujillo and Kristina Ortez and

Lobos continue to make national noise

108 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Pit is no stranger to loud crowds and big basketball moments. Back in 1999, The Pit was ranked the 13th best sporting venue of the century by Sports Illustrated beating out college and professional arenas and fields all across the nation. But for the last few years,