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WATCH: National Park Service releases body camera footage from Petroglyph incident

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The National Park Service has provided additional details and body camera footage following an incident where a man was tased at Petroglyph National Monument. During the December 27 incident, NPS explains that a law enforcement officer at the monument contacted two individuals who were seen climbing on and

Ski Santa Fe opens, COVID-19 related changes to be aware of

Skiers and snowboarders can’t just show up and buy lift tickets on the mountain. In order to go, people must activate their lift tickets and reserve a spot, according to Ski Santa Fe Operations Manager Tommy Long. SANTA FE, N.M. — Hundreds headed to the slopes for Ski Santa Fe’s opening weekend.

Season passes sell out in hours for Ski Santa Fe

As many wait for ski areas to open up, you may have fewer chances to enjoy the slopes than you are planning for. SANTA FE, N.M. — As many wait for ski areas to open up, you may have fewer chances to enjoy the slopes than you are planning for. “We

Changes made at public lands as facilities reopen

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – As New Mexico works to reopen more public spaces, officials are sharing what they’re doing to keep people safe. Officials say at all National Park facilities and departments social distancing will be maintained while people will be required to wear face coverings when entering buildings.

Las Cruces Highlighted for Targeting Ambitious Solar Goals

This month’s American City & County magazine featured Las Cruces and two other cities in writer Peter Dye’s article Smart Cities are Solar Cities. Dye shares how cities have implemented solar power systems at a record pace in recent years. Las Cruces’ success is attributed to setting ambitious renewable energy goals thanks to the City’s leadership.