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Zoo officials on edge after murder of rare Tasmanian devil

Albuquerque - Tasmanian devils are known for their feisty temperament, but this wasn't enough to save one of the little creatures from a cruel death at the hands of a stranger who crushed its skull with a slab of asphalt.

New Mexico man kills dog with screwdriver for food

Albuquerque - A 46 year-old New Mexico man has been arrested for what authorities can only describe as a bizarre and heinous case of animal cruelty.

Op-Ed: Los Alamos finally admits to making mistakes

Albuquerque - It took long enough, but on Thursday, Los Alamos National Laboratory said it had made mistakes in the packaging of nuclear waste that resulted in a radiation leak on February 14 of this year at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad, New Mexico.

New Mexico says 'No more extensions' on Los Alamos clean-up

Santa Fe - The New Mexico Environmental Department has put its foot down, telling the Los Alamos National Laboratory it cannot extend the deadline any longer for the clean up of toxic waste across its northern New Mexico site.

Filmmakers find first trove of buried Atari game cartridges

Alamogordo - Filmmakers digging Saturday in a New Mexico landfill found hundreds of cartridges of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," considered by many to be the worst video game ever made.

Google buys New Mexico start-up drone maker Titan Aerospace

Is the race for high altitude unmanned drones on? Two major tech giants showed interests in start-up drone companies and another major purchase has been made today.

Shortage of medical marijuana in New Mexico forces rationing

Albuquerque - The New Mexico Department of Health reports that medical marijuana producers who supply marijuana to patients with debilitating conditions, such as PTSD, are forced to turn away thousands of patients. Rationing is now inevitable, officials say.

New Mexico in state of emergency due to extreme drought

With 93 percent of New Mexico enduring an exceptional drought, two towns in the state have declared a state of emergency and local farmers have been forced to pay high sums to find water.

Bigfoot hunt after thermal video shows 7-ft creature in N. Mexico

A thermal image video of what appears a 7-foot creature lurking in the woods of Valles Caldera, an enormous volcanic crater in the Jemez mountains in northern New Mexico, is drawing the attention of Bigfoot hunters.

N.M. lawmaker seeks to make abortion in rape cases illegal

Santa Fe - A Republican lawmaker has introduced a bill in the New Mexico legislature that would criminalize abortion in rape and incest cases.

'Alien space cathedral' found in New Mexico

Las Vegas - Author and BBC reporter, John Sweeney, has claimed to have found evidence of an “alien space cathedral” built by the Church of Scientology.

Op-Ed: New Mexico next in line to try for GMO labeling

Santa Fe - While California's Proposition 37 ballot initiative to label GMO products seems to have failed, a State Senator in New Mexico is next to take the baton in the fight for labeling of genetically modified food products.

Man delivers his baby in car on side of New Mexico freeway

A New Mexico dad delivered his own daughter in a car recently when his wife's labor suddenly progressed and she was ready to deliver.

Sworn Statement (Attached): Plot to murder Justin Bieber stopped

Three men stand accused by US authorities in a bizarre plot to kill Justin Bieber according to a news report today out of Albuquerque, New Mexico

Photo Essay: Notable churches across America Special

The five churches highlighted here have distinctive features, including historical significance, unique architectural designs, and stories of miracles.

Gun shop employee shoots customer in the back

Silver City - A Silver City, New Mexico man is listed in stable condition after he was shot by an employee at Copper County Sporting Arms.

Flamin' Hot Cheetos banned from schools in three states

Los Angeles - The popular snack has been dumped by schools in Illinois, New Mexico and California for possessing high fat and salt counts and still inconclusive proof that it may be a "gateway" snack due to possibly addictive quotients contained therein.

New Mexico Governor tells women to prove 'forcible rape' Special

Santa Fe - The term "forcible rape" is back in the news, this time because New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez wants women to prove they were "forcibly raped" if they seek childcare assistance.

11-year-old boy handcuffed and escorted to school by cop

Artesia - The first week at school after the summer break is often traumatic for some kids; for one young boy it must have been too much. He was escorted into Yeso Elementary school, New Mexico, in handcuffs by a police officer.

Jail escapee returns to New Mexico cell

Hobbs - If there is one place that nobody wants to be, it's in jail. But for one inmate, he chose to return on his own after escaping.

City in New Mexico will be scientific ghost town

On Tuesday it was announced that a city in southeastern New Mexico will be where a new $1 billion ghost town will be located.

Former inmate awarded $22 million in inhumane treatment lawsuit

Las Cruces - A former inmate has just been awarded $22 million. This award stems from a lawsuit initiated after he spent almost two years in solitary confinement in a New Mexico prison after being arrested for DWI, theft, suspended license and other criminal charges.

Vet retrieves $4,500 wedding ring from basset hound's stomach

Albuquerque - Rachelle Atkinson had customarily taken off her wedding ring and placed it on her nightstand and, in the morning, would put it back on her finger.

Woman arrested for stabbing boyfriend during game of Monopoly

Santa Fe - A New Mexico woman went directly to jail without passing 'Go' or collecting $200 in a game of Monopoly that turned violent and resulted in her arrest for aggravated battery on a household member with a deadly weapon.

Spaceport America launched by Sir Richard Branson

Looking skyward, more than 800 guests marveled at Virgin Galactic’s commercial space vehicles as they soared through the skies of southern New Mexico during the dedication ceremonies of Virgin Galactic’s new home at Spaceport America.

Texas man allegedly hits wife for not commenting on Facebook post

Carlsbad - Anger over a lack of response to a Facebook status post has resulted in a Texas man being arrested with a charge of battery on a household member.

State Police fire cop caught having sex on hood of car

Santa Fe - New Mexico state police officer Bert Lopez has been fired after a surveillance camera photographed him having sex with an unidentified woman on the hood of a vehicle, in full uniform, while a chihuahua looked on.

Uniformed police officer caught having sex on hood of car

Santa Fe - A New Mexico State Policeman, who was recently honored as Officer of the Year, is on paid administrative leave after being caught by a county surveillance camera having sex on the hood of a car.

Three US nuclear facilities threatened by natural disasters

Just months after a tsunami set off a nuclear crisis in Japan, three nuclear facilities in the United States are under siege, threatened by two separate natural disasters.

Wildfires in Arizona burn out of control

Causing evacuation and threatening transmission lines, wildfires in Arizona continue to burn out of control almost two weeks after igniting. As of Wednesday more than 600 square miles have been consumed, according to reports from the area.
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Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an earl...
Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an early morning shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, January 14, 2014
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A shipment carrying Los Alamos transuranic waste heads down NM 502  bound for the Waste Isolation Pi...
A shipment carrying Los Alamos transuranic waste heads down NM 502, bound for the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in southeastern New Mexico. Photo taken: July 8, 2013
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One of the banners being used by (Un)Occupy Albuquerque; the group was issued a new permit by the Un...
One of the banners being used by (Un)Occupy Albuquerque; the group was issued a new permit by the University of New Mexico today, a week after they were evicted from university property.
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A New Mexico farm
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Members of (Un)Occupy Albuquerque make their way through downtown  many in Halloween costumes; the t...
Members of (Un)Occupy Albuquerque make their way through downtown, many in Halloween costumes; the theme of the march Saturday (Oct. 29) was a "funeral procession" for the First Amendment after UNM Pres. David Schmidly kicked them off university property earlier in the week and ordered dozens arrested. There were no arrests at today's peaceful protest march.
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WIPP Carlsbad,N.M. Radiation Leak Fer. 27,2014.
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An aerial photo supposedly shows the Church of Scientology s alien space cathedral is in New Mexico
An aerial photo supposedly shows the Church of Scientology's alien space cathedral is in New Mexico
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Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an earl...
Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an early morning shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, January 14, 2014
With permission by Reuters / Mark Wilson
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Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an earl...
Students are reunited with families at a staging ground set up at the Roswell Mall following an early morning shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, January 14, 2014
With permission by Reuters / Mark Wilson
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The American flag with the New Mexico flag
The American flag with the New Mexico flag
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