New Mexico opts for veto power on spent nuclear fuel debate

11 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s governor on Friday signed legislation aimed at keeping spent nuclear fuel produced by commercial U.S. nuclear power plants from being shipped to the state, just hours after the measure cleared its final legislative hurdle.

NM 152 roadway closure

19 Views   The New Mexico Department of Transportation has closed the Geronimo Scenic Byway due to a potential roadway failure. Large cracks in the asphalt were found and could lead to further road deterioration.

Meet the first female vice president of the Navajo Nation

16 Views   Navajo Nation, N.M. — Back in January, Vice President Richelle Montoya was sworn in and made history in doing so, as she became the highest-appointed official in the history of the Navajo Nation. “How does it feel?” Montoya said. “All I can say is I am extremely humbled, extremely

APS announces proposed calendar for next school year

27 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — On Thursday, tens of thousands of families across the Albuquerque metro found out their kids will have a longer school year next year. New Mexico’s largest school district is reacting to new legislation, and it’s asking for the public to weigh in.