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Susan Montoya Bryan
Position: The Associated Press

Rare lizard found in major U.S. oil patch proposed as endangered species

Environmentalists have pushed for protections for the reptile for decades

New Mexico enjoys revenue windfall, as economists warn of uncertain future

‘Historic revenues that we have not ever seen before,’ says Charles Sallee

Protest derails celebration of 20-year ban on oil drilling near Chaco national park

Landowners and Navajo want a smaller buffer to protect park

Virgin Galactic completes final test flight before launching paying customers to space

Spaceplane reaches 54.2 miles before gliding home

Tribes seek invitation to Rio Grande water commission

Advisers to consider protocols for discussions with six pueblos

Faith guides Catholic pilgrims to historic New Mexico sites

Thousands of Catholics made the trek to a historic adobe church in the hills of northern New Mexico as part of a Holy Week tradition that spans generations, carrying heavy wooden crosses and...

U.S. rolls out funding for wildlife crossings along busy roads

Native, state and local governments will be able to tap into $350 million

New Mexico Supreme Court blocks local abortion ordinances

ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Supreme Court blocked local anti-abortion ordinances Friday pending the outcome of a case centered on constitutional rights to equal protection and due process. ...

Get it while it’s hot: New Mexico boosts chile production

The sweet smell of roasting chile becomes the state’s official aroma

Food for thought: Free meals for all New Mexico students

All students qualify regardless of family income

New Mexico court weighs fight over coal-fired power plant

Navajo Transitional Energy hoped to soften blow to employees

Navajo Tech first among tribal universities to offer PhD

Program will be dedicated to sustaining Diné culture and language