New Mexico counties have received more than $25 million in used military equipment since 2010.
This interactive chart outlines the percentage of students who were deemed proficient or better based on the annual Standards Based Assessment (SBA) exam over the last five years.
The line chart is split up by demographics, as well as giving statewide statistics and those specific to APS.
The New Mexico Public Education Department has released it’s A-F School Grades for 2014 for every school in New Mexico, and the Journal has created a database to allow readers to quickly search schools and see their grade for this year and for previous years.
The Albuquerque Journal wildfire map was built to give a sense of the current fire season.
It marks each major wildfire in the state during the year, and includes perimeter outlines of bigger blazes.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has released a database that details how much Medicare paid 825,000 individual providers, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists and other professionals, nation wide.
The Journal has downloaded the CMS database to its own servers to allow users a way to quickly search for New Mexico health care providers. CMS says the data can help patients evaluate providers of different medical services.
Separated by census tracts, this map tells of the differences in age, income, education obtained, and race throughout Albuquerque.
By clicking on a census tract or typing in an address, you can find out specific statistics on certain parts of the city.
The Department of Justice is conducting an investigation into whether the Albuquerque Police Department engages in a pattern or practice of violating citizens’ civil rights, specifically through the use of deadly force.
This special report includes a timeline of key events before and after the launch of the investigation, a description of how much officer-involved shootings have cost the city, a map pinpointing the locations of the shootings, and extensive background information on each case.
In New Mexico, officer deaths increased over the past decade from 3.85 officers killed per million people from 1994 to 2003, to 4.37 from 2004 to 2013, pushing New Mexico into one of the top four states in the nation for law enforcement officer accidental deaths per capita.
‘Breaking Bad’ may be over, but visitors and locals still love to visit the series popular spots around the cities. View a map of all the major locations used in the show.
Total water use in the state, including all farms, businesses and cities, has dropped 14 percent from its peak in the mid-1990s, even as New Mexico’s population has grown by 22 percent, according to the state’s latest water use report released last month. This map shows how each county is using water.