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Plant count increases ahead of New Mexico marijuana sales

Regulators strive to ensure medical users have a reliable supply

Albuquerque school district to reopen after cyberattack

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico’s largest school district will reopen Tuesday after a cyberattack that forced a two-day closure, officials said. The Albuquerque Public Schools district discovered ...

New Mexico lawmakers seek greater spending, voter access

SANTA FE – Critical decisions about government spending, voting access, public education and criminal justice await New Mexico legislators during a 30-day legislative session that starts at ...

Cyber attack closes New Mexico’s largest school district

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s largest school district says it’s canceling classes because of a cyber attack. Albuquerque Public Schools said Wednesday that it will close all schools in the distric...

Denver area grocery store workers go on strike

DENVER – Grocery store workers in the Denver area went on strike Wednesday after their union rejected the latest contract offer from a chain of stores owned by Kroger Co., the nation’s large...

Virus rocking New Mexico schools again, Santa Fe goes remote

SANTA FE – The coronavirus is catching up with New Mexico’s largest school districts once again. On Tuesday, Santa Fe Public Schools Superintendent Larry Chavez announced the district will r...

Hobbs woman accused of abandoning newborn in dumpster

HOBBS, N.M. (AP) — An 18-year-old Hobbs woman is facing charges after police say she abandoned her newborn baby in a dumpster.

New Mexico hospitals warn of wait times for the less sick

‘We really are in a public health crisis and we’re asking for the public’s help’

Officials: Colorado wildfire caused $513 million in damage

LOUISVILLE (AP) – Last week's Colorado wildfire caused at least $513 million in damage and destroyed nearly 1,100 homes and structures, officials said Thursday as they updated the toll of pr...

Pattern Energy completes New Mexico wind project

ALBUQUERQUE – A California-based renewable energy company says work is complete on four wind farms in New Mexico that total more than a gigawatt of capacity. Pattern Energy officials announ...

New Mexico regulators work on rules for new solar program

ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission has until April to finish crafting rules for the state’s new community solar program, and the public has just a couple weeks left to...

Navajo leader OKs $557M in virus relief money for members

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo President Jonathan Nez has signed legislation to provide $557 million in hardship assistance to tribal members amid the coronavirus pandemic. Nez approved the bil...