Indigenous community members share resources, message of hope during National Suicide Prevention Month

Suicides disproportionately affect a number of Native communities across the United States ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and Native American communities in New Mexico are joining together…

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COVID cases remain low at New Mexico colleges, where vaccination rates are high

Albuquerque, NM - Colleges and universities around the state have been requiring many students to be vaccinated against COVID-19, for others frequent COVID-19 testing is required. At the University of New…

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New Mexico Afghans gather donations for Holloman Air Force Base

As the situation in Afghanistan intensifies, Afghan Albuquerque residents are doing everything they can to support the Afghans that are being flown into Holloman air force base. Mohammad Sharif said his…

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Albuquerque megachurch not enforcing masks indoors, defying New Mexico’s public health order

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Less than a week after New Mexico’s new public health order went into effect, mandating masks indoors, an Albuquerque megachurch is saying it won’t follow it. Calvary’s head…

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