Some lawmakers in Washington are trying to overhaul how inheritances are taxed, and it could be devastating to New Mexico's family farms and ranches.
Ongoing drought that some say is a continuation of a dry period starting in the late 1990s continues to plague New Mexico's agricultural sector.
The pandemic drove nearly twice as many New Mexicans to try home schooling last year as a result of public school decisions to remain closed to in-person learning.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for portions of southeast Colorado Sunday.
The head of the Arizona Corporate Commission worries that California power officials moving their wattage to the front of the line would export power outages to Arizona and elsewhere.
Agricultural prices received for May 2021 for the USDA mountain states region.
May 2021 grain stocks for the mountain state region from the USDA.
Two bills that would change the way inheritances are taxed have been introduced in the U.S. Senate, and they have farmers in New Mexico and nationwide worried.
Drought persists in the western half of the state, and won't improve any time soon.
Some New Mexican ranchers who have suffered damage from growing elk herds are suing the state's Department of Game and Fish for lack of protection and for not allowing them to sell hunting permits.