A plan to reimpose and broaden work-related requirements for as many as 80,000 New Mexico food stamp program recipients drew… more »
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PEC candidate had sued, called rules discriminatory
Suspect beat up Iraqi woman, tore up her family’s citizenship papers
Compliance rate much higher here than it is nationally
Selected counties used the new machines during the June primary
Richard Knowles could be taking on some high-profile criminal cases
Albuquerque official concerned about public safety
An outspoken education advocacy group that supports Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gary King should be required to register as a political committee, said Rep. Monica Youngblood, R-Albuquerque, in a complaint to the Secretary of State’s Office.
SANTA FE – Pre-event ticket sales for tonight’s burning of Zozobra are at about 10,000 – far more than at any time in the event’s 90-year history.
A New Mexico man pleaded guilty Thursday to robbing a bank and three businesses during a two-day crime spree in 2011.
SANTA FE – New Mexico Lt. Gov. John Sanchez was re-elected last month to a leadership position with the National Lieutenant Governors Association.
ROSWELL – Two brothers are facing charges of beating and stabbing a Chaves County dairy worker who had been given the job of firing one of the suspects, authorities said.