N.M. Gov. Michelle Luhan Grisham's temporary ban on guns in the Albuquerque area caused a political firestorm. The ban, since scaled back, faces legal challenges. Meanwhile, shootings haven't stopped.
The scale of a scam to recruit Native Americans into fake treatment for substance in Phoenix and bill the government fraudulently is now emerging. It's huge.
Her promotion comes during a busy time for USDA. There is a farm bill on the Hill as well as a broader focus from Democrats on rural America.
The Albuquerque Police Department filed charges Monday in court against a 19-year-old man in connection with the Sunday evening shooting at a cinema complex next to an interstate highway.
Three people were killed and five were wounded in a shooting at an annual motorcycle rally in a New Mexico town late Saturday afternoon, the mayor said.
A federal program in remote New Mexico has helped hundreds of pregnant mothers stay healthy, but it's running out of time and money despite a growing national maternity care crisis.
The attorney Jonathan Mitchell is known for leveraging the law to achieve his conservative clients' goals — regardless of the potential political fallout.
A shooting last week in Farmington, N.M., where police went to the wrong house and killed a man, is just the latest example of lethal force being used against civilians in the state.
The actor's lawyers argued that he had been charged under a previous version of a New Mexico firearm law. The change would reduce his prison time if convicted in the shooting death of Halyna Hutchins.
More states are moving to specialized managed-care contracts solely to handle medical and behavioral services for foster kids. But child advocates, foster parents, and even state officials say these and other care arrangements are shortchanging foster kids’ health needs.
A former candidate for the state legislature was arrested Monday for allegedly orchestrating the shootings at the homes of local Democratic officials.
Authorities already had planned to highlight the attacks — then came word of yet another shooting with a political target.
Federal authorities in court filings have pointed to cellphone records and accused one of Syed's sons of possibly helping his father track one of the victims.
The lengthy pattern of violence — which began not long after Muhammad Syed arrived in the U.S. in 2016 — has shocked members of Albuquerque's small, close-knit Muslim community.
The clinic is now headed to Las Cruces, New Mexico, about 40 miles north of El Paso, Texas.