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Susan Montoya Bryan
Position: The Associated Press

Fiery crash during prestigious balloon race injures 2 Polish pilots

Hydrogen-filled balloon hits high-voltage power line ALBUQUERQUE – Two balloon pilots from Poland who were competing in the prestigious Gordon Bennett Cup long-distance race were recovering ...

Sheriff in New Mexico’s most populous county rejects governor’s gun ban

Bernalillo County Sheriff John Allen calls ban ‘unconstitutional’

Legacy of Native American boarding schools comes into view

A new interactive map includes dozens of additional schools in the U.S. and Canada

U.S. agrees to review the plight of a bird linked to piñon forests

Link to forest could qualify it for protection under the Endangered Species Act

Compensation for New Mexico wildfire victims tops $14 million

Congress set aside nearly $4 billion at the end of last year to pay claims

U.S. senators seek expanded compensation for people exposed to nuclear fallout

Downwinders near 1945 test site would be among those added to list

New Mexico court upholds decision keeping utility from transferring shares of coal-fired power plant

Navajo Transitional Energy Co. had sought to take over PNM's shares,

U.S. Interior Secretary Haaland reflects on tenure and tradition amid policy challenges

The hardest part? Balancing the interests of every single American

U.S. forest managers urge revelers to swap fireworks for Silly String, but some say not so fast

Environmentalists encourage vigilance about chemicals in ‘everyday things’

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