A sweeping piece of legislation to overhaul and toughen New Mexico’s sex trafficking laws could also finally open the door for trafficking victims to reclaim money from the criminals who’ve exploited them. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 13, 2019)
Could Albuquerque become the next major American city to eliminate bus fares for every rider? A city councilor is offering up his proposal to do that. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 12, 2020)
The city of Albuquerque is responding as New Mexico’s top federal prosecutor says the city’s so-called “sanctuary” or “immigrant-friendly” policy may stand in the way of it being awarded millions of dollars in federal funding to help fight violent crime. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, February 10, 2020)
After months of waiting, a group of small Santa Fe businesses are finally getting answers about what happened to roughly $1,600 dollars the group spent on street banners that were never made. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, February 7, 2020)
Police body camera and dash-camera video shows the moments an attempt at stopping a stolen car turned into a high-speed police chase with one suspect shooting a gun out the back window. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 6, 2020)
A Senate committee has passed a scaled-down version of a new law that would let the courts take guns away from New Mexicans deemed a danger to themselves or others. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 5, 2020)
A New Mexico cartoonist whose take on Native American life has been cheered and jeered for its authenticity and irreverence is now drawing artwork for the state. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, January 31, 2020)