Jury says it’s deadlocked in ‘We Build The Wall’ fraud trial

182 Views  Â NEW YORK (AP) — Eleven jurors accused one juror of political bias before saying they were deadlocked in deliberating the fate of a Colorado businessman accused of defrauding investors in a wall along the U.S. southern border. Federal Judge Analisa Torres read jurors a so-called Allen charge late Thursday in the trial of […]

Haven’t gotten your first New Mexico cash rebate? Here’s why

177 Views  Â Direct deposit problems, tax debts or tax processing issues might be to blame NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Roughly 600,000 New Mexicans have already received the first of two rounds of economic relief payments from the state. Meant to help pay for high fuel costs and inflationary pressure, the payments, which started going out May 18, have […]

4 Investigates: The prescribed burns that started the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire

173 Views  Â ROCIADA, N.M. — Many people are demanding answers from the federal government on why a prescribed burn in the Santa Fe National Forest was given the green light in early April. The Las Dispensas prescribed burn turned into the Hermits Peak wildfire on April 6 – the same day it was started by crews with the […]

President Biden to visit New Mexico in response to state’s wildfires

174 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. — President Joe Biden will be traveling to New Mexico next week to get an update on wildfires burning in our state. President Biden will be meeting with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, other state and local officials, first responders and with FEMA personnel in Santa Fe.