WIPP has been prohibited from receiving Hanford Nuclear Reservation tank waste for nearly a decade. Now, New Mexicans are debating whether to reverse course and accept some of the waste.
An annual Good Friday pilgrimage is underway in Northern New Mexico. About 50,000 people are expected to visit El Santuario de Chimayo.
Lately there's nothing grand about the Rio Grande. Persistent drought across the Southwest has sucked the river dry.
The Rio Grande del Norte is an impressive expanse of more than 200,000 acres below the Colorado state line.
As New Mexico House Speaker Ken Martinez put an end to the 2013 regular legislative session on Saturday, a number of journalists and others took to Twitter to express their shock at what had just happened.
In New Mexico, more beer might mean a better economy. That's the thinking of some state lawmakers who are pushing for a tax break for local brewers.
At New Mexico's state capitol in Santa Fe, the chaotic process of lawmaking is sometimes interrupted by the scent of Native American fry bread. It's one of few, if not the only, state capitol to allow area artists and food vendors to sell their goods throughout the building.
A New Mexico House resolution aimed at uniting representatives around the state’s diverse school curriculum may have backfired.
Las Cruces authorities have found a female Persian Seal Point cat, with a microchip tracing her back to Germany.
A man detained in New Mexico won a $15 million settlement in court this month. The settlement is reportedly one of the largest ever awarded in a prisoner civil rights case.