- Auditor: New Mexico had $100M special education shortfall Updated: Sep-02-15 5:38 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - New Mexico saw a shortfall of more than $100 million in special education funding for three years, and that shortfall put the state at risk of losing important federal funding, the New Mexico State Auditor's office announced Wednesday.
- Albuquerque starts new superintendent search amid turmoil Updated: Sep-01-15 5:32 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Albuquerque Public Schools must enter another superintendent search after its new school chief resigned following the hiring of an administrator facing child sex abuse charges.
- Ex-Energy Secretary Richardson: Keep MOX project going Updated: Aug-28-15 1:11 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Former U.S. Energy Secretary Bill Richardson wants the Obama administration to keep alive a South Carolina project to turn weapons-grade materials into commercial nuclear reactor fuel.
- Ex-Energy Secretary Richardson: Keep MOX project going Updated: Aug-28-15 11:16 am
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - A former U.S. Energy Secretary wants the U.S. Senate's top Democrat to push the Obama administration to keep alive a South Carolina project to turn weapons-grade materials into commercial nuclear reactor fuel.
- Education chief, school board named in whistleblower lawsuit Updated: Aug-25-15 7:15 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The chief financial officer for New Mexico's largest school district has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the district and the head of the state's Public Education Department.
- Lab manager settles lobbying claims with $4.8M payment Updated: Aug-24-15 3:32 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The managers of one of the nation's premier federal laboratories have agreed to pay nearly $4.8 million to settle allegations of improperly using taxpayer funds to influence members of Congress and others to extend the lab's $2.4 billion management contract.