SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s commuter system linking metro Albuquerque with Santa Fe will resume service next Monday after being shut down for nearly a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On average, about 2,400 people are receiving their full doses a day ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — For us to be completely safe from COVID-19, our state has to achieve what is being called herd immunity. To get there, at least 75% of our population must be vaccinated. Currently, we are at 8%.
In the early 1990s, growing numbers of women were reported missing or found dead across the city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Decades later advocates have documented more than 2,000 women were murdered yet none of their killers have been identified or convicted, according to the Center for Strategic and International
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Public School students and coaches are desperate to get back on the field, and now, they are ready to sue the state, asking them to split hybrid learning and athletics.
Do you know which U.S. president was a Grammy winner, or which one skinny dipped in the Potomac River every morning? History classes may have taught us plenty of important things about all the different presidents we’ve had over the past two centuries, but there are actually a lot of interesting facts
NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A New Mexico woman is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to investigate how diseases spread from animals to humans. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports 37-year-old Megin Nichols had a passion for animals since she was growing up in Cerrillos.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — New data from New Mexico shows that the southern portion of the state continues to lag behind the rest of the state in child poverty and welfare. The 2020 New Mexico Kids Count Data Book was released to provide state legislators child welfare data and
As many continue to celebrate Black History Month, KOAT is digging deeper into the history of African American’s in the state. ALBUQUERQUE N.M. — As many continue to celebrate Black History Month, KOAT is digging deeper into the history of African American’s in the state. New Mexico has a colorful history
Governor Lujan Grisham started the State of State with what sounded like a motivational speech, telling New Mexicans this last year wasn’t easy. “My budget calls for an 800% increase in funding for suicide prevention services and programs for both youth and adults mental health care is healthcare,” she said.
The Las Cruces City Council, serving as the Tax Increment Development District (TIDD) Board of Commissioners, received updates on Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 regarding projects in the downtown TIDD. Later, when convened for a City Council Work Session, the Council was updated on the General Obligation (GO) Bond Projects.
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