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Raton grabs win over Tucumcari
Tucumcari sophomore quarterback Alijah Jimenez threw an interception on the second play of the game, setting up an 8-yard touchdown run by Vanderwater. That early pick proved to be a harbinger of a bad evening for Jimenez, who went 3-for-11 passing for 20 yards and four interceptions — all in the fi
Raton tops Tucumcari in four
Raton and Tucumcari made plenty of mistakes during their volleyball match. It was the Lady Rattlers who made a few more of them during a 25-27, 25-18, 18-25, 16-25 loss Thursday night at the Snake Pit.
Poll: Most in New Mexico oppose border wall despite security concerns
Two-thirds of New Mexico voters consider border security a very serious or somewhat serious problem, yet a majority oppose building a wall to beef up security, according to a new Albuquerque Journal Poll.
Neighbors questions use of force in video involving Trinidad police
The man who shared the video with 11 News, Jason Gregory, says he just filed a written statement with the police department on Monday. Gregory believes what was shown in the video is an excessive use of force by police. He posted the video on Facebook and it has been viewed over a thousand times onl
New Mexico News: ALBUQUERQUE, MEDIA ADVISORY, U.S. Attorney’s Offices for the Districts of Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado to Hold 26th Annual Four Corners Indian Country Conference in Santa Fe, N.M. |
DOJ-Sponsored Conference Promotes Collaborative Approach to Addressing the Needs of Victims of Crime in Indian Country in Utah, New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona
The FBI locked down a space observatory near Roswell in New Mexico over a week ago — and still no one knows why
Within hours, the observatory was evacuated, and one officer confirmed to the media that"the FBI had been there".
Fry Bread and Indian Taco Sale - Western New Mexico University
Enjoy traditional fry bread and Indian tacos on Wednesday, September 19. Hosted by the Native American Student Organization, the sale starts at 11 a.m. and goes until sold out.
Oil and gas leases of State land in southeast New Mexico generate almost $1 million
In total, sealed and online open bids brought in about $947,947 in revenue for the Land Office.
New Mexico Sues Google & Twitter For Illegally Exploiting Children
In a press release from New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, the suit names Google, Twitter, Tiny Lab Productions, MoPub, AerServ, InMobi PTE, AppLovin and IronSource as the defendants.
Medicaid has worked well for New Mexico. A buy-in plan would make it better.
My hometown is Anthony, N.M. I grew up in an immigrant household where my father’s profession has been landscaping ever since he arrived to the United States at the age of about 16. He provided the main income for my household through his profession for my homemaker mother, my siblings and me ever s
New Mexico Suing Google & Twitter for Knowingly and Illegally Exploiting Children Online
As YouTube, Google, and Twitter crack down onpeaceful channels, censoralternative media, and allowchild exploitation videosto flourish, New Mexico has filed a lawsuit against them and several app developers for illegally collecting data from children under the age of 13 without parental consent.
New Mexico Sheriff Bashes FBI Over Observatory Closure Silence | AM 740 KTRH News Radio
A New Mexico Sheriff is accusing the FBI of bungling public disclosure about the National Solar Observatory shut down. Otero County SheriffBenny Housesays the federal agency's failure to disclose any details about why the observatory was shut down last week put public safety at risk. Sheriff House
The Sunspot Solar Observatory In New Mexico Just Re-Opened. Here's Why It Closed
Everyone’s had a bit of fun furiously speculating about why a National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Sunspot, New Mexico, wassuddenly closedearlier this month. What else did anyone expect? Combine two of conspiracy theorists’ favorite tropes – the FBI and the Sun – and you’ve got a recipe for some wild
Remains found in Colorado area where man went missing
The team was searching for 47-year-old William Iovenko, who went missing in April, 2017, and whose car was found in the area.
New Mexico Observatory Finally Gives Explanation for Mysterious Shutdown
Ever since the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, was evacuated and visited by the FBI on September 6, the organization that runs the facility has been mum on the "security threat" that led to the closure. The relative silence on the part of Association of Universities for Research
Amtrak may soon replace a major train route in New Mexico with bus service
The Southwest Chief currently stops in New Mexico in Raton, Las Vegas, Lamy, Albuquerque and Gallup.
El Paso Sheriff's Office responds to possible barricaded suspect, deputies en route
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New Mexico Solar Observatory Re-Opening Monday After Criminal Investigation
Aerial view of the Sunspot Solar Observatory site on Sacramento Peak in New Mexico. Sunspot will re-open Monday (Sept. 17) after having been closed for 10 days while authorities investigated criminal activity.Credit: National Solar Observatory/NSF It wasn't aliens, or a doomsday solar flare. No, t
Custer County, Fountain authorities arrest Pueblo residents on drug charges
According to a press release, at 10 a.m. Sunday, Custer County Sheriff's deputies and the Fountain Police Department executed a search warrant at 8915 CR 255 in rural Custer County.
Reports: Gun used to kill Deputy Micah Flick was traced to another crime in 2017
Forensics connected the handgun to the one used by a then 20-year-old Ontony Albert Hatcher on March 12, 2017, in a shooting off Hammock Drive North. Hatcher would eventually be convicted of felony menacing with a real or simulated weapon.