Economic Development

Expert Says Gun Wouldn’t Malfunction in “Rust” Shooting

67 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Courtroom testimony by an independent gun expert February 27th cast new doubt on Alec Baldwin’s account that his gun went off without pulling the trigger in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer during a 2021 rehearsal on the set of the Western movie

Trial Date Set for Baldwin in “Rust” Shooting

68 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico judge has set a trial date for Alec Baldwin on an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from the 2021 deadly shooting on the set of the Western movie “Rust.”

Slain ‘Rust’ cinematographer’s family sue Alec Baldwin

40 Views  Â Alec Baldwin statements by his attorneys that the family has been, “distanced from Halyna” and, “for years before he shot and killed her are both shameful and wholly unsubstantiated,” Attorney Gloria Allred told KOAT SANTA FE, N.M. — Video : Attorney Gloria Allred spoke with KOAT following a California judge

First-of-its-kind EV carshare program launches in Albuquerque

74 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico has its first electric vehicle carshare program after the Affordable Mobility Platform launched in Albuquerque. The platform’s New Mexico base is the PAH! Hiland Plaza Apartments, just west of Central and San Mateo. They’ll have EV charging stations and two EVs for people

A House Memorial for the “Cliff Effect”

58 Views  Â A House Memorial that would send a message to the President of the United states to reduce the “Cliff Effect” and help end generational poverty was given a unanimous vote from the House Government Elections and Indian Affairs committee.

Oil and gas donations shifting away from Republicans in New Mexico

63 Views  Â The oil and gas industry has increased non-election year contributions to New Mexico’s politicians as the state Legislature debated new regulation in the 2024 session. The industry boosted its contributions to Democrats, the current dominant party in the state, while trimming back donations to Republicans, who still hold

Bill to lower taxes for many waiting for Governor’s signature

65 Views  Â House bill offers incentives and tax deductions ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexicans could start seeing deductions in their taxes and incentives if Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signs House Bill 252. Rep. Derrick Lente, one of the sponsors for this bill, said it’ll help New Mexicans hold on to