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Susan Montoya Bryan

New Mexico's largest electric provider seeks rate hike

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s largest electric provider is seeking its first rate hike in years as it looks to recoup $2.6 billion in investments that executives say are needed to modernize the...

Albuquerque marks record number of police shootings in 2022

Police fatally shoot a man they said lunged at officers with a knife

Approval of oil leases in New Mexico prompts legal challenge

ALBUQUERQUE – The Biden administration’s approval of oil leases in a corner of New Mexico that has become a battleground over increased development and preservation of Native American sites ...

Tribal leaders pepper New Mexico candidates with questions

Voting access, sovereignty and water rights are concerns

New assessments show New Mexico students still struggling

Education officials tout ‘strategies’ to get back on track

New Mexico Supreme Court details ruling on stream access

ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Supreme Court on Thursday detailed its legal reasoning for a decision earlier this year that answered a long simmering question over whether the public had a rig...

Medical investigator rules Baldwin set shooting an accident

ALBUQUERQUE – The fatal film-set shooting of a cinematographer by actor Alec Baldwin last year was an accident, according to a determination made by New Mexico’s Office of the Medical Invest...

Son of suspect in Muslim slayings to remain in custody

ALBUQUERQUE – The son of an Afghan refugee suspected in the shooting deaths of four Muslim men in New Mexico will remain in custody pending trial on a charge that he allegedly provided a fal...

U.S. doles out relief dollars to build N.M. employment pipelines

State has highest unemployment rate in the nation

With Rio Grande reduced to a trickle, river managers brace for more drying

BERNALILLO, N.M. – Triple digit temperatures and a fickle monsoon season have combined with decades of persistent drought to put one of North America’s longest rivers in its most precarious ...

Regulators recommend license for spent nuclear fuel storage in southern New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE – There are no environmental reasons that would prevent a New Jersey-based company from building a multibillion-dollar facility in southern New Mexico to temporarily store tons o...

Rule for managing endangered Mexican wolves spurs lawsuit

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. wildlife managers are being sued over their new management rule for the endangered Mexican gray wolf, with a coalition of environmentalists saying the recently adopted cou...