- The Latest: First lady addresses Native high school grads Updated: May-26-16 5:44 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - The Latest on Michelle Obama's remarks to graduating seniors at Santa Fe Indian School (all times local):
- Officials ban using, growing marijuana in Santa Fe Forest Updated: May-26-16 3:46 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Officials have issued an order banning the use, possession or storage of marijuana in the Santa Fe National Forest, though such practices were already illegal.
- Georgia O'Keeffe Museum gets rare 1926 painting Updated: May-26-16 12:43 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum now owns a rarely seen painting by the artist who helped usher in American modernism.
- Michelle Obama set to speak at Native American commencement Updated: May-26-16 2:16 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Michelle Obama plans to address 105 Native American high school graduates Thursday during a commencement speech that comes as she tries to spotlight the plight of tribal youth in the final months of her husband's presidency.
- Bill Clinton wraps up campaign swing in New Mexico Updated: May-25-16 4:36 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Former President Bill Clinton has wrapped up a two-day swing in New Mexico with a low-key rally at a packed Albuquerque community center.
- O'Keeffe Museum buys artist's rarely seen Lake George work Updated: May-25-16 3:35 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe has acquired a rarely seen painting created by the artist in 1926.
- Protesters overrun barricades as Trump rallies thousands Updated: May-25-16 12:31 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Despite the violent outbursts of protesters who overran barricades and charged police officers outside his rally, Republican Donald Trump on Tuesday told thousands of supporters he was glad he stopped in New Mexico and he vowed to be back before the general election in November.
- The Latest: Albuquerque police use smoke, pepper spray Updated: May-24-16 11:23 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Latest on campaign stops in New Mexico by Bill Clinton and Donald Trump (all times local):
- Lowrider car culture takes summer spotlight in New Mexico Updated: May-24-16 8:11 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Those classic cars called lowriders are the focus of a summer celebration in Santa Fe.
- Sanders seeks out Democrats in heavily Hispanic New Mexico Updated: May-21-16 12:27 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Sen. Bernie Sanders made a fiery appeal Friday to Democratic voters in New Mexico to help boost his campaign's momentum going into the final round of state primaries, acknowledging he will need to win "almost all" of the remaining contests to get the nomination.
- The Latest: Sanders trying to energize New Mexico voters Updated: May-20-16 10:20 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The Latest on a presidential campaign swing through New Mexico by Sen. Bernie Sanders (all times local):
- AG's daughter with Down syndrome trains dogs for service Updated: May-20-16 6:11 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Arianna Balderas is proving how puppies and people can form powerful connections to benefit each other - and federal agencies.
- Ken Salazar to campaign for Hillary Clinton in New Mexico Updated: May-20-16 5:46 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Former Interior Sec. Ken Salazar will visit New Mexico to campaign for Hillary Clinton in an effort to win over Hispanic voters.
- Judge denies motion for mistrial in El Rancho killings trial Updated: May-19-16 1:52 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - A Santa Fe judge has denied a motion to declare a mistrial in the case of a man charged in the slayings of an El Rancho family.
- Sen. Bernie Sanders plans rallies in New Mexico Updated: May-17-16 8:28 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Sen. Bernie Sanders is coming to New Mexico to hold public rallies at a community college in Santa Fe and a convention hall in Albuquerque.
- State Health Dept: San Juan County man dies of hantavirus Updated: May-17-16 5:52 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - State health officials say a 30-year-old man from San Juan County has died of hantavirus.
- Scientists sickened by norovirus at Santa Fe conference Updated: May-17-16 2:55 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - More than 30 scientists fell sick after attending a symposium in Santa Fe in early May.
- Santa Fe man arrested, accused of killing his adult daughter Updated: May-17-16 2:16 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - A 65-year-old Santa Fe man is accused of killing of his adult daughter.
- Albuquerque delays decision on solar proposal Updated: May-17-16 12:03 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Leaders in New Mexico's largest city have put off a decision on whether to join dozens of other communities that have set goals to get more of their electricity from renewable resources, a movement that has swept cities from the U.S. and Canada to Germany.
- 2 dead in separate car crashes in New Mexico Updated: May-14-16 11:36 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico State Police are investigating two separate crashes that killed two people, including a 3-year-old boy.
- Officials eye Santa Fe Municipal Airport promotion plan Updated: May-12-16 5:50 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Business officials are set to push a plan to promote the Santa Fe Municipal Airport to draw more traffic to northern New Mexico.
- New Mexico weighs federal funds for health care home visits Updated: May-11-16 5:05 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico's fast-growing effort to improve early childhood health and development by offering home visits from nurses and counselors would likely be eligible for federal matching funds under Medicaid, a policy expert told lawmakers on Wednesday.
- New sign marks history of Agua Fria village Updated: May-11-16 3:37 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - A new marker describes the historical significance of Agua Fria, a village along Santa Fe's southwest border that was a stop for people along El Camino Real.
- Preliminary hearing set for ex-senator in fraud case Updated: May-10-16 2:32 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - A former legislator charged in a fraud case is set for a week-long preliminary hearing split between Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
- New Mexico ban on teachers criticizing tests to end Updated: May-09-16 7:14 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The New Mexico Public Education Department said Monday that it will remove a rule that prohibits state teachers from making disparaging remarks about standardized tests.