As the Covid-19 virus rampages through New Mexico, students and teachers in hard-hit south Santa Fe neighborhoods have launched a determined effort to reduce the spread of the virus among south-side Santa Fe families.
More unemployment money sent across state as well as food help in the Duke City ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Throughout the pandemic you’ve likely heard about the millions of dollars in relief money the government has spent to help those in need. And that’s just here in our state.
The City of Las Cruces Minimum Wage Ordinance will increase on Jan. 1, 2021 to $10.50 an hour. The hourly wage for tipped employees will be $4.20 an hour, plus any reported tipped wages.
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 among petroglyph cliff features off-trail.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Low-income New Mexicans will be receiving more help with their utility bills. The state Human Services Department says it has received more than $5 million in federal coronavirus relief money to pay for the assistance.
The Supreme Court issued two orders, one on March 24, 2020 (No. 20-8500-007) and one on March 26, 2020 (No. 20-8500-008), for a temporary moratorium on evictions for those who are unable to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Student pilots in New Mexico are helping airlift pets from crowded animal shelters to increase their odds at adoption. KRQE reports that high school students in Albuquerque have flown pets from a shelter in Las Cruces as part of a “relay” to Aurora, Colorado, where there are fewer stray dogs compared […]
According to state health officials, 15,700 Moderna vaccines are in New Mexico as of Sunday. New Mexico is one of the first states in the nation to give the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to residents and staff at long-term care facilities on Sunday, according to state health officials. Eighty-three-year-old Briton Parkes-Berret said COVID-19 scares him.
KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge speaks with Andy Lyman of NM Political Report and NMPBS’ Growing Forward podcast about the past week in New Mexico politics.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — For months, New Mexico has been warned about the community spread of COVID-19. Both inmates and corrections officers inside the state prison system believe some of that spread is linked to unsafe practices within prison walls.