Study notes roadway proximity could indicate exposure to air pollution
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Nobel Prize-winning cosmologist discusses his latest project, a telescope to complement Hubble
Skydiver breaks sound barrier, sets several records
SANTA FE — New Mexico has invited hundreds of state, county and local leaders to Pojoaque next week to talk… more »
CLOVIS — The final application is in the mail for $20 million in federal cash to help keep eastern New… more »
The only partial eclipse of the sun visible from North America for the next three years occurred Thursday, with 36 percent of the sun covered by Earth’s shadow during the deepest part of the eclipse around 4:40 p.m.
WASHINGTON — Nearly 50 years ago, scientists found bones of two large, powerful dinosaur arms in Mongolia and figured they… more »
Farmer gauges water supply by visitors to area ski resorts, and a decent snowpack is expected
LOS ANGELES – Long before scientists discovered its role in a mysterious disease affecting gay men and intravenous drug users, the world’s most virulent strain of HIV had already begun its grim career in Belgian colonial Africa, according to new research.
The release of unredacted transcripts of secret government hearings held in 1954 by the Atomic Energy Commission produced headlines last week as the disclosures reaffirmed the once-questioned loyalty of Los Alamos Manhattan Project mastermind J. Robert Oppenheimer.
Norm Gaume, former head of the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, filed suit Wednesday chargin …