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)
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)
The latest winter weather storm made for a tricky commute around several northern New Mexico communities and has already canceled school for Friday in Santa Fe. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, January 16, 2020)
One of New Mexico’s premiere art museums is getting ready to start work on a second major location, but in the process, a long-time piece of public art will be fading away. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, December 19, 2019)
While New Mexico teachers and public school employees just got a sizable raise, thousands of educators will also face some large increased insurance premium costs. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, September 2, 2019)
A new website is shedding light on how much public money the state spends to stay out of the courtroom. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, August 29, 2019)
The New Mexico Supreme Court has deemed certain parts of a law updating the state’s election code as unconstitutional. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, August 26, 2019)