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EPIX New Series 'Our Lady' Open Casting Call in Las Vegas, Nevada
Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on Tuesday, November 20th in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
California shooting kills 12 at country music bar, a year after Las Vegas
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Country music was blaring and beer was flowing. The Lakers game was on the television, and if revelers weren’t line dancing they were playing pool. Then all of a sudden, into “College Country Night!” at the Borderline Bar & Grill stepped a man with a gun.
St. Michael’s takes top seed
Six Santa Fe schools earned spots in their respective classes’ 12-team brackets, which the New Mexico Activities Association announced Sunday afternoon. The big winner for the afternoon were the St. Michael’s Lady Horsemen, who snared the top seed in Class 3A after a 20-2 record and the District 2-3
State police: Incident closes 30 miles of I-25 in both directions
New Mexico State Police have shut down 30 miles of Interstate 25 north of Las Vegas, N.M., as they deal with a “barricaded subject in a vehicle,” the agency announced Friday on Twitter.
State police identify suspect in highway closure
The three-hour closure of Interstate 25 north of Las Vegas, N.M., on Friday was caused by a standoff with a Colorado armed robbery suspect, New Mexico State Police said Saturday.
UWC to host first 'TEDTalks' event
The United World College-USA will feature nationally acclaimed and student speakers during its firs TEDx event from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, on the Montezuma campus.
3 people shot at Ben E. Keith warehouse in New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (KTRK) --Three people are in critical condition after they were shot at the Ben E. Keith warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico.Authorities said 30-year-old Waid Melton entered the warehouse around 6:15 p.m. Monday and started shooting. There were about 20 people inside at the
Sudden death of adopted son saddens city
Cordero, a longtime Santa Fe resident whose social media savvy and outgoing, youthful personality turned him into a cherished figure, died at his home last week of cardiac arrest, his sister said Monday. He was 61.
Colo. Springs robbery suspect arrested after Watrous standoff
Friday, at about 1:30 p.m., State Police was alerted by Colorado authorities to a vehicle pursuit moving south along on Interstate 25 from Colorado into New Mexico, near Raton. Juan Moises Chavez, 30, of Colorado Springs, CO was the suspect in an armed robbery and was actively fleeing from the Huerf
Dons, Cards roll to first-round playoff wins
The No. 6 seed in the 3A playoffs, West Las Vegas, rolled to a 21-6 win over No. 11 Cobre at the Herrera Complex. The No. 5 seed, Robertson, got going late, but won by that same 21-6 score, beating No. 12 seed Raton at Cardinal Stadium.
Crews preparing for winter storm across northern New Mexico
"As temperatures drop, it may become icy. Roads may become icy so they really need to take off the cruise control," says Yvonne Aragon, NMDOT Spokesperson.
First major winter storm of season slams San Miguel, Mora counties
Along I-25, according to the New Mexico Department of Transportation's District 4 office, at about 4 a.m., there were difficult driving conditions from Glorieta to Bernal. Roads were snow-packed and icy and visibility is limited due to moderate snow.
At least 9 die as firesrage in California
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Even in a state hardened to the ravages of wildfires, the infernos that raged at both ends of California on Friday were overpowering. Malibu mansions burned. At least nine people were killed, including several who died in their cars in a retirement community called Paradise.
Robertson has 6 picks in 28-6 win over West Las Vegas
For the 15th straight year, the Dons finished the regular season without that elusive district championship, and for the 10th year in a row (and 11th consecutive time) they found themselves on the losing end against Robertson.
West delays decision on arming resource officer
There’s no perfect answer. That’s what Gino Zamora, legal counsel for West Las Vegas Schools, told the Board of Education Thursday night as he laid out the options for having an armed presence on district campuses.
West Las Vegas, Robertson game about more than rivalry
The 2-3 seeds can avoid undefeated and top-ranked Hope Christian all the way through to the state championship. The dreaded 4-5 seeds are on the same side of the bracket as the Huskies, as is the No. 8 spot. Worst-case scenario, the third-place team from the district could drop that far.
Northern New Mexico forests under siege by destructive insects
“I felt there was just something unusual about it,” recalls Formby, an entomologist with New Mexico State Forestry and the person charged with heading the state’s forest health program.
Slain teen Jeremiah’s mom facing new charges
Tracy Ann Peña, accused of felony child abuse and other crimes in the death last year of her 13-year-old son, Jeremiah Valencia, recently was charged with three new counts alleging possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
Northern New Mexico highway being dedicated for Varela
As a lawmaker, Varela was considered an expert on the state budget, technology and the public education system.
Father’s death in rollover leaves Northern New Mexico family reeling
Scott Quintanilla, 46, a lifelong resident of Taos and the father of four children, died Wednesday in a single-vehicle crash near Eagle Nest. The death is the family’s second loss this year: Quintanilla’s ex-wife, April Browne, the mother of two of his children, was one of three people shot to death