Little Caesars' New Pizza Is Topped With Meatless Sausage From Impossible Foods

Little Caesars, one of America' s favorite pizza chains, has teamed up with Impossible Foods, inventors of the famous Impossible Burger, to create the first-eve
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Bill advances to ban coyote-killing contests in New Mexico

The state Senate has passed a bill that would ban contests to see who can shoot and kill the most coyotes
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New Mexico angling to become home of New Deal art museum

An effort is underway in New Mexico to build support for establishing a national museum dedicated to the art that resulted from the New Deal more than 80 years
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Operator of guardianship firm gets 12-year prison sentence

The operator of a New Mexico guardianship form has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for looting millions of dollars from trust accounts of dozens of people
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US Latinas rally around 'Roma' actress Yalitza Aparicio

Yalitza Aparicio, the Oscar-nominated actress in 'Roma,' is finding strong support among Mexican-American women who identify with her indigenous roots in Oaxaca
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Blustery, slick conditions remain across New Mexico

The impact from a strong winter storm continued Saturday with drivers in many areas of New Mexico facing blustery and slick conditions that included blowing sno
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AP FACT CHECK: Undocumented GOP, Dem rhetoric on immigration

AP FACT CHECK: When the rhetoric over illegal immigration is undocumented, from Trump, GOP and Democrats
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University of New Mexico 'Fiesta Dancers' sculpture restored

A famous sculpture by the late Luis Jimenez at the University of New Mexico has been restored
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Storm dumps record-breaking snow in Arizona on way to Texas

A winter storm dumped record-breaking amounts of snow in Arizona and forced the closure of roads, schools and government offices across the Southwest
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New Mexico sheriff in most populous county backs gun rights

The sheriff in New Mexico's most populous county is joining colleagues from more rural areas in pushing back against sweeping gun-control proposals pending befo
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New Mexico may ban conviction question on job applications

The New Mexico state Senate has approved a bill that would remove criminal history questions from initial job applications in the private sector
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Albuquerque attorney appointed as state district judge

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has chosen an Albuquerque attorney to fill a vacancy on the bench that serves New Mexico's busiest judicial district
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Thousands of protests submitted against New Mexico oil sale

Thousands of protests have been lodged with U.S. land managers in opposition of next month's oil and natural gas lease sale despite a decision to remove from th
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Travelers can retrace 'Green Book' path with some research

The Oscar-nominated interracial road trip move "Green Book" has spurred interest in the 20th Century guidebook that helped black travelers navigate segregated A
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Arraignment postponed for New Mexico ex-athletic director

An arraignment for former University of New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs who is facing fraud and money laundering charges has been postponed
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Teen in New Mexico school shooting detained for evaluation

A teen who authorities say fired a gun at a New Mexico school and intended to kill his ex-girlfriend has been ordered to remain in detention while he undergoes
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Winter weather expected to strike New Mexico

Parts of New Mexico are expected to be hit with winter weather that will bring snow and cold temperatures
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Lawmakers: US budget measure includes $50M for Amtrak route

Lawmakers say a federal budget compromise approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump provides $50 million of additional federal funding to mainta
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The Latest: House approves more spending from state trust

The New Mexico House of Representatives has voted in favor of a proposed constitutional amendment that would increase spending from a state education trust fund
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Judge sets conditions of release for ex-priest

A New Mexico judge has set conditions of release for a former Catholic priest accused of kidnapping and raping a 6-year-old boy in the 1980s
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Koch-funded group sending 'DREAMers' to lobby Congress

A Koch brothers-funded group is sending young immigrants to lobby Congress to push for immigration reforms and money for border security initiatives
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Police: Dead woman found in arroyo in Albuquerque; No ID yet

Police in Albuquerque say they're investigating the death of a woman whose body has been found in an arroyo
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New Mexico Catholic ex-priest arrested for child rape

A former Catholic priest on the Santa Fe Archdiocese's list of clergy members credibly accused of sexually abusing children has been arrested
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US delays oil-and-gas lease sale near sacred tribal land

U.S. land managers no longer plan to move forward in March with the sale of oil and gas leases that include land near Chaco Culture National Historical Park in
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