New Mexico Headlines
The Eddy County jail will get a security fence to provide an additional layer of separation between inmates in the facility in downtown Carlsbad and the public.
Albuquerque police say three people are dead following separate shootings Friday night.
New Mexico's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August remains at 4.9%, unchanged from July.
A Santa Rosa-based hemp company is among those to benefit from over $2 million in state funds.
A memorial service for Sen. Carlos Cisneros is scheduled for Sept. 27 at the New Mexico State Capitol.
Wildlife officials have ended their search for the grizzly bear or bears responsible for back-to-back attacks on hunters in the same area of southwestern Montana.
New Mexico State University has inked an agreement that opens the possibility of the Aggies making an appearance in the New Mexico Bowl or other postseason games owned by ESPN Events.
Health officials say an outbreak of hepatitis A cases has spread into northern New Mexico's Rio Arriba County.
A New Mexico district attorney has announced plans to introduce a proposal removing pretrial interviews he believes could limit trauma to people who survived a violent crime.
The fire chief of a southern New Mexico city hit by corruption in recent years has been indicted for embezzlement.