New Mexico GOP leaders concerned about US vaccine mandate

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico already has among the highest U.S. unemployment rates and the state’s Republican legislative leaders fear President Joe Biden’s plan to require vaccinations or COVID-19 testing for large employers could cause more damage to job market.

First Hospital in NM reaches crisis standard of care, what this means for you

San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington has declared crisis standards of care Our state enacted crisis standards of care back in October. San Juan Regional is the first hospital to make those changes. They say they’ve hit a breaking point because of pockets of mostly unvaccinated people. San Juan County recorded 287 new coronavirus […]

New Mexico United’s Troy Lesesne to step down as head coach

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico United Heach Coach and Technical Director Troy Lesesne will be leaving the club after three and a half years with the team. A press release from New Mexico United credited the club’s first head coach with many successes on and off the field

City council approves Amazon lease at Sunport

On Wednesday, the Albuquerque city council unanimously approved a 10-year ground lease and development agreement between Amazon and the Albuquerque International Sunport. Amazon’s construction of a 31,000-square-foot air cargo facility and the expansion of the Sunport’s cargo apron are expected to be completed next August.