New Mexico approves rules for industrial hemp cultivation

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a rule to govern the industrial cultivation of hemp starting next year
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El Nino teases as Southwestern US remains in drought

National climate experts have been watching and waiting but El Nino has only been teasing, leaving the American Southwest to hang on longer until the weather pa
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New Mexico archdiocese to file for bankruptcy over sex abuse

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe announced Thursday it will soon be filing for bankruptcy protection, as the Catholic church in New Mexico has settled numerous claim
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The Latest: New Mexico archdiocese to file for bankruptcy

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe says it will file for bankruptcy protection next week, citing depleted reserves as the Catholic church in New Mexico has settled num
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The Archdiocese of Santa Fe says it will seek bankruptcy protection in the wake of numerous clergy sex abuse claims

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe says it will seek bankruptcy protection in the wake of numerous clergy sex abuse claims
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Warrants detail clergy sex abuse in New Mexico

Search warrants describe in graphic detail the sexual abuse endured by children years ago at the hands of two Catholic priests, providing more fuel for prosecut
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The Latest: Warrants detail clergy sex abuse in New Mexico

Search warrants obtained by The Associated Press reveal graphic allegations of sexual abuse of New Mexico children by members of the Catholic clergy
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Warrant yields documents on 2 ex-priests in sex abuse case

The state attorney general's office says that after months of legal wrangling, it has received documents involving two former priests who are among dozens of cl
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Search locates teen girl 900 miles from North Carolina home

Investigators tracked a kidnapped girl across multiple states and found her safe in Oklahoma, 900 miles from her North Carolina home
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New Mexico prosecutors get documents on 2 former priests

New Mexico prosecutors have obtained documents from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe regarding the service records of two former priests
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Albuquerque returns electric buses over safety concerns

The city of Albuquerque says a fleet of problematic buses that were supposed to serve passengers as part of a long-delayed transit project are being returned to
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Albuquerque man gets probation for mail theft

An Albuquerque man will be confined to home for the next eight months as part of his sentence for stealing mail
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Family claims negligence in death of transgender migrant

An attorney representing the family of a Honduran transgender migrant who died while in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement claims the woman
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Inflation angst: Businesses face higher labor, vendor costs

Small businesses are struggling with inflation as labor and other costs keep rising
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Family threatens lawsuit over death of transgender migrant

The family of a Honduran transgender migrant who died while in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is threatening to sue, claiming the woman
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Plan seeks to designate Route 66 as National Historic Trail

A new proposal would designate Route 66 as a National Historic Trail
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Nuclear safety panel to discuss changes during hearing

Members of an independent safety panel that provides oversight of some of the nation's highest risk nuclear facilities are holding another public hearing focuse
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New Mexico certifies election sweep by Democrats

New Mexico has certified election results that give Democrats unfettered control of every statewide office and the state's five-member delegation to Capitol Hil
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Decision results in shake-up on New Mexico oil and gas panel

A shake-up has resulted from a recent decision by New Mexico oil and gas regulators to ease restrictions on well locations for a Texas-based company operating i
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BCSO: Possible suspect in store shooting found dead in Belen

Bernalillo County Sheriff's officials say they're investigating the death of a man considered a possible suspect in a convenience store shooting earlier this mo
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Dental board subpoenas New Mexico dentist's records

The New Mexico Board of Dental Health is seeking records from a dentist accused of practicing without a license
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New Mexico lawmakers endorse pension, health-benefit reforms

Public employees across New Mexico would pay more for retirement health benefits under proposed reforms endorsed by a panel of state lawmakers
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Jim Riggleman hired as Mets bench coach under Callaway

Jim Riggleman, a 66-year-old veteran of 13 seasons as a major league manager, has been hired by the New York Mets as bench coach for Mickey Callaway
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New Mexico comes back to beat UTEP 84-78

Anthony Mathis hit all four of his 3-pointers in the second half to spark New Mexico to an 84-78, comeback victory over UTEP
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