New Mexico could benefit from Colorado River Basin deal

21 Views   “This agreement has potential to benefit New Mexico who depend on Colorado River water for our drinking water,” John Fleck said. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Biden administration struck a breakthrough deal to address ongoing drought conditions along the Colorado River Basin Monday.

Green chile flavored soda coming to New Mexico

15 Views   The Jones Soda Company created the special release soda A green chile and lime-flavored soda is now available for purchase online. The Jones Soda Company is behind the creation.

Seven fallen officers honored in New Mexico Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony

22 Views   Law enforcement, dignitaries and the families of fallen officers in New Mexico are gathering to remember and memorialize seven officers who died in the line of duty in our state. The memorial is dedicated to the memory of law enforcement officers who sacrificed their lives to help protect the people of New Mexico.

Tax rebate checks to be sent on June 16

42 Views   Tax rebate checks approved in the 2023 legislative session will begin to hit bank accounts on June 16, 2023. The state Taxation and Revenue Department will send $500 rebate checks to single filers and $1000 rebate checks to couples filing jointly.

Big cities to get green energy from rural New Mexico

20 Views   US greenlights major transmission line for renewable energy in Western states ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The U.S. government is greenlighting a proposed multibillion-dollar transmission line that would send primarily wind-generated electricity from the rural plains of New Mexico to big cities in the West.

Three individuals arrested for neglect and abuse of disabled woman

28 Views   A 38-year-old woman with autism died with a number of injuries the attorney general calls “some of the worst” he’s seen in his career. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “First responders recognized the condition Mary was in and transported her to El Paso Medical Center,” Attorney General Raul Torrez said caregivers through a state program neglected […]

‘Rust’ prosecution money went to convicted felon

40 Views   The DA’s office hired a paralegal who had lost his law license. SANTA FE, N.M. — Hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money has gone to prosecute three people, including actor Alec Baldwin, in connection with the “Rust” movie set shooting. And some of that money has gone to an attorney who lost […]

Police: Gunman wore bulletproof vest, left note behind

33 Views   According to authorities, 18-year-old Beau Wilson purchased three magazines of ammunition two days before the shooting The gunman who shot and killed three people on Monday, May 15 in Farmington, New Mexico, left a note behind, according to police. The shooter has been identified as 18-year-old Beau Wilson.

Gallup’s new police chief stepping up efforts towards MMIP

29 Views   Missing and Murdered Indigenous People are a bigger problem than just Gallup.  It may seem like a small town, but on the weekends, it’s a different story. “We can see almost about 90,000 [people] on the weekend because we’re a border town, and a lot of people come here for their services,” said […]

Neighbors and eyewitnesses describe Farmington mass shooting

61 Views   “My body went into a fight or flight response. He was shooting this way, so I didn’t want to be collateral damage,” said another resident. It was a terrifying Monday afternoon for residents in a Farmington neighborhood. At around 11 a.m., they heard gunshots followed by police sirens.