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Report: Inflation Reduction Act has led to more than 100,000 new jobs

Six projects in New Mexico will result in more than 2,500 new jobs

‘How do you approve an underground toxic waste dump without telling nobody?’

Case highlights the sometimes antiquated laws and overlapping jurisdictions that govern oil and gas production in New Mexico

Lt. Gov. Howie Morales highlights early childcare education for national research group

New Mexico bucked national trend with more four-year-old children enrolled in pre-K than in 2019

On second try, U.S. House approves GOP bill to ease mining on federal lands

Rep. Stansbury argued the bill could benefit subsidiaries of foreign mining companies, including Chinese companies.

New Mexico's deal with Maxeon ranked among the top deals in North America

Governor says the agreement with Maxeon will create up to 1,800 jobs

Interstate near Arizona-New Mexico line reopens after train derailment as lingering fuel burns off

LUPTON, Arizona – Interstate 40 was reopened in both directions Sunday as fire crews continued watch over a controlled burn of remaining fuel from a freight train derailment near the Arizona...

Cannabis seizures at checkpoints by border patrol frustrate state-authorized pot industry

Border Patrol says cannabis is still a ‘Schedule 1’ drug, like heroin and LSD

New attorney joins prosecution team against Alec Baldwin in fatal 'Rust' shooting

The case is scheduled for trial in July

American Rivers ranks waters in New Mexico as the most endangered in the country

Recent Supreme Court rulings stripped protections from the vast majority of waterways in the state

Gun supervisor for ‘Rust’ movie gets 18 months in prison for fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin on set

Movie armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed was convicted in March by a jury on a charge of involuntary manslaughter

How to tackle crime in Indian Country?

Empower tribal justice, ex-Justice Department official says

Cherish that hamburger. It cost a quarter of the Colorado River, according to researchers

The Colorado River has been overused for decades, but no one has known exactly how the water was used — until a team of researchers compiled the most complete accounting of the river’s water

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Liz Weber
New Mexico reporter

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