Wildfires continue to burn in New Mexico after destroying at least 150 homes in Ruidoso, killing an older couple in the village last week.
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This year's planned closure of a New Mexico coal-fired power plant is expected to save money for the state's utility company and its customers, but consumer advocates worry customers won't see those savings for up to two years.
With the goal of providing financial relief for New Mexicans struggling with higher prices for gas and food, legislators convene today for a special session in Santa Fe.
The use of public lands is back in the spotlight as the war in Ukraine enters its second month and gas prices remain high.
Just three years after the New Mexico Healthy Soil Act was approved by lawmakers, the Land of Enchantment is boasting more "soil health champions" than any other state.
In recent years, New Mexico has tried to move away from its historical role as an oil and gas hub, and the crisis in Ukraine could have major implications.
Last year, advocates for the Mexican gray wolf cheered when a judge ruled the problem of poaching was not adequately addressed in a management plan by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Those same groups now want the agency to address sustainability goals.
Whether your pet is shy or outgoing, keeping them happy and healthy during the busy holidays can be a challenge.
Tents and sleeping bags not only make living on the streets more bearable this time of year, they can often mean the difference between life and death.
As the pandemic wanes, hunger and food insecurity are also on the decline, but the need is still far above pre-pandemic levels.