ESPAÑOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – The Española Police Department has issued a Missing Endangered Advisory for 58-year-old Charles Martinez. Martinez is described as being five-feet-eleven-inches tall, weighs 265 pounds, and has brown and gray hair and brown eyes.
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health on Tuesday announced the state’s second COVID-19 case with the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant. This case is a close household contact of the first case, announced on Wednesday, January 13. The female in her 30’s has experienced mild symptoms and has not required
NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The New Mexico Department of Health is investigating a confirmed case and a suspected case of wound botulism in Eddy County. According to NMDOH, a 28-year-old man in Eddy County is hospitalized with wound botulism. They say the suspected source of infection was caused by black tar heroin.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas has reported its first known case of a person infected with the new variant of the coronavirus. State and local health officials said the patient is a Houston-area man between the age of 30 and 40 who has no known travel history. Harris County officials
Did you register for the vaccine before Monday? You may need to update your information on the state’s website. The state vaccine website was updated Monday to include more questions about chronic health conditions, demographics, employer and insurance information.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a terrible toll on mental well-being as people cope with isolation, fear and uncertainty. KUNM’s Megan Kamerick talked with Ryan Williamson about his decision to seek therapy for the first time, and clinical psychologist Dr. Gerald Chavez for a segment that originally aired on our
State health officials say planning continues for next phase of rollout As COVID-19 vaccine development and rollout continues across the country, KOAT has found how it’s going right here in New Mexico. New Mexico Department of Health Secretary-designate Dr. Tracie Collins fielded an onslaught of vaccine questions Wednesday.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Thousands of New Mexicans have already received much-needed help amid the pandemic from federal COVID relief funding. Now, as the end of the year quickly approaches, many people are rushing to spend it all before the use-it or lose-it deadline.
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically impacted New Mexico’s economy leading to rising food insecurity in the state. Sonya Warwick, communications officer with Roadrunner Food Bank shares how the organization has responded.
SANTA FE, N.M. — A Truchas woman is now facing serious charges after she reportedly refused to put on a mask and coughed in a health care worker’s face. It happened at a medical center in Santa Fe. Joy Ebel is being charged with battery upon a health care worker, a
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