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May 24, 2013
NM Supreme Court To Hear Redistricting Dispute New Mexico (2012-05-07) A political dispute over legislative redistricting is going before New Mexico's highest court.
House To Debate $5B State Budget Proposal Santa Fe, New Mexico (2012-03-08) New Mexico lawmakers are preparing to debate a more than $5 billion budget that will boost take-home pay for educators and state workers.
Legislative Adjourns New Mexico (2012-02-16) Time has run out on the Legislature's 30-day session and Republican Gov. Susana Martinez came up empty-handed on a proposal to hold back third-graders if they can't read proficiently.
NM partnership Aims To Help At-Risk Pregnant Women Bernalillo County, New Mexico (2012-02-16) Bernalillo County is partnering with the state Department of Health and University of New Mexico Hospital to clear the way for new services to help pregnant women with drug and alcohol problems.
New Mexico Freed From Federal School Rating Law SANTA FE, N.M. (2012-02-15) New Mexico is becoming the latest state to free itself from an unpopular federal system of rating public schools.
Film To Be Shot In Las Cruces Las Cruces, NM (2012-02-15) The City of Las Cruces is considering allowing a movie aimed at promoting the area to be filmed later this year. KRWG's Vanessa Dabovich reports
Governor Hopeful For Early Reading Proposal Santa Fe, New Mexico (2012-02-15) Republican Gov. Susana Martinez remains optimistic that lawmakers will approve a centerpiece of her school improvement plan before time runs out in the legislative session this week.
NM Governor Signs Hay Transportation Bill New Mexico (2012-02-15) Gov. Susana Martinez has signed legislation that clears the way for oversized loads of hay to be transported on state roads.
Candidates Line Up For US Senate And House Seats New Mexico (2012-02-15) Two candidates have dropped out of the race for New Mexico's open U.S. Senate seat, but candidates on both sides of the aisle will still face competitive primaries in June.
Legislative Standoff Dooms Immigrant License Bill Santa Fe, New Mexico (2012-02-15) Republican Gov. Susana Martinez isn't giving up on her proposal to stop New Mexico from granting licenses to illegal immigrants but her top House ally says the issue is dead for this year's legislative session.
German Defense Minister Visits El Paso And NM El Paso, Texas (2012-02-15) The office of German Defense Minister Thomas de Maiziere (toh-MAHS' day-mah-SEHR') says he'll visit German military personnel stationed in West Texas and southeast New Mexico.
NM Chile Experts Identify Hottest Pepper Las Cruces, NM (2012-02-15) Experts at New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute have identified the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion as the new hottest pepper on the planet.
Role Models Can Change A Girl's Life Las Cruces (2012-02-15) Lessons learned early in the life can have big benefits in adulthood. In this month's edition of The Age Spot, Las Cruces Sun News columnist Claudette Ortiz says role models can change a girl's life.
Senate OKs Democratic Bill On Immigrant Licenses New Mexico (2012-02-14) The Senate has approved a proposal to impose new restrictions on granting driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
Federal Court Asked To Take Over NM Redistricting New Mexico (2012-02-14) Republicans are asking a federal court to take over the job of drawing new districts for the state House of Representatives.
Senate Approves Budget Leaving Room For Tax Cuts New Mexico (2012-02-14) The Senate has approved a budget proposal for a 4 percent increase in state spending next year and the financial blueprint leaves room for possible tax cuts.
'Silver Alert' Program Comes To Albuquerque Albuquerque, New Mexico (2012-02-14) New Mexico's largest city is set to begin a Silver Alert program aimed at keeping track of missing patients with Alzheimer's or dementia.
NM Officials Eye Gay Marriage License Attempts New Mexico (2012-02-14) New Mexico officials say they are preparing for gay couples across the state who may try to obtain marriage licenses on Valentine's Day.
Update: US 70 Reopens After Crashes Las Cruces (2012-02-13) \Las Cruces Police are assisting New Mexico State Police with a serious rollover crash on Bataan Memorial East near the Sonoma Ranch Boulevard exit.
Las Cruces Police: Burglary Suspect Threatens To Run Over Woman Las Cruces (2012-02-13) A man driving a GMC Hummer was arrested Sunday evening after police suspect he burglarized a vehicle and threatened to run over a woman who was attempting to summon police.
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