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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

Endangered Mexican wolf population makes strides in U.S.

Survey: More than 200 wolves in Arizona and New Mexico

New Mexico bill seeks school board transparency, training

Bill would mandate disclosure of campaign contributions

Kill order for New Mexico feral cows issued by U.S. officials

Helicopter with a shooter will look for cows

Court: U.S. needs to consider effects of drilling near Chaco

BLM failed to look at wider impacts of emissions

Recovering from wildfire, New Mexico bill passes first test

Measure would clear the way for zero-interest loans

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 ...