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Susan Montoya Bryan
Position: The Associated Press

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

New Mexico opts for veto power on spent nuclear fuel debate

Bill aims to keep spent nuclear fuel from being shipped to the state

Work begins to clear water canals after New Mexico fire

Crews dig out debris after firefighters clear brush from banks

U.S. approves $2.5B in fire aid for New Mexico victims

ALBUQUERQUE – Northern New Mexico residents on Friday celebrated the passage of a government spending bill that includes $2.5 billion in relief for those affected by a historic wildfire spar...

U.S. has to do more to help with wildfire recovery, Pelosi says while in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday that the federal government has to do more to help with recovery in the wake of a devastating wildfire that charred several hundred ...

Electric demand to outpace capacity for New Mexico utilities

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico regulators are concerned about the ability of the state’s largest electric providers to meet demands during peak seasons in 2023 and 2024. The Public Regulation Comm...

Official: New Mexico horse racing still in the ‘dark ages’

ALBUQUERQUE – Easing rules around online betting would help ensure the survival of New Mexico’s horse racing industry as it faces intensifying competition for attention from gamblers in the ...

New Mexico governor pledges $10M for new abortion clinic

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s governor on Wednesday signed a new executive order that pledges $10 million to build a clinic that would provide abortions and other pregnancy care. “The goal her...

Lawmakers ask about self-sufficiency of New Mexico spaceport

ALBUQUERQUE – Some members of a legislative financial oversight committee asked Monday whether Spaceport America will ever be self-sufficient, and they’ll likely have to wait months for an a...

Afghan refugee enters not guilty plea in Muslim slayings

ALBUQUERQUE – A lawyer for an Afghan refugee accused in the Albuquerque slayings of three Muslim men entered a not guilty plea Friday on her client’s behalf as the community continues its st...

Record-setting wildfire in New Mexico declared contained

ALBUQUERQUE – More than four grueling months and $300 million later, the federal government has declared the largest wildfire in New Mexico’s recorded history 100% contained, a notable miles...