- Questa fights to survive after mine's closure Updated: May-04-15 12:05 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - From a bird's-eye view, it's easy to trace how the barren terraces and hulking piles of rock from a century-old mine have marred the Red River valley where the village of Questa is nestled.
- Feds reach settlement with New Mexico over radiation leak Updated: Apr-30-15 8:26 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Energy Department will funnel more than $73 million toward road and water projects around New Mexico as part of a settlement over a radiation leak that forced the indefinite closure of a troubled nuclear waste dump.
- New Mexico lobbying to be storage site for nuclear waste Updated: Apr-26-15 5:13 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico is touting a rural area in the southeastern part of the state as an interim storage site for the country's high-level nuclear waste, according to a letter issued by Gov. Susana Martinez earlier this month.
- Fort Sill tribe asks New Mexico court to reconsider decision Updated: Apr-18-15 6:47 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - An Oklahoma-based American Indian tribe is asking New Mexico's highest court to reconsider its decision not to force Gov. Susana Martinez to sign a gambling compact with the tribe.
- New Mexico senator who resigned in ethics probe gets pension Updated: Apr-17-15 2:44 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - A state senator who resigned last month amid an ethics probe will get a pension of more than more than $1,300 a month.
- Gov. Susana Martinez makes quick trip to Mexico Updated: Apr-15-15 8:04 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez made a quick trip to Mexico on Wednesday to celebrate the completion of a highway bypass project that officials hope will boost trade throughout the border region.
- Sanchez is New Mexico governor's new communications director Updated: Apr-15-15 10:01 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Gov. Susana Martinez has a new chief spokesman.
- Jessica Hernandez nominated for Albuquerque city attorney Updated: Apr-14-15 1:59 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry's nominee for city attorney would be the first female in that office.