SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Visitors can expect new highlights at Santa Fe’s famous Meow Wolf experience. After being closed for about two weeks, the House of Eternal Return is back open for business. Some of the new upgrades include new rooms, sculptures, murals and a new secret portal. All of the new art ties into the fictional narrative of the Selig family, whose mysterious story takes place inside the full-scale Victorian home.
The city of Bloomfield will try to pay the money it owes from the Ten Commandments Monument lawsuit with donations.
One of the bills that made it through the legislature and onto the governor’s desk this year will help pecan farmers.
The governor was quick to sign a bill that would help stop a massive brine well from collapsing in Carlsbad. =
A priest accused of sexually assaulting a man in Hobbs has turned himself in.
The man wanted for shooting a woman in Ruidoso has been found in Utah.
People with outstanding warrants in Grants can take part in a safe surrender event.
Santa Fe’s new voting format is getting its first reviews.
After years of struggling with budget shortfalls, Bernalillo County is giving out raises.
The annual New Mexico Hunting and Fishing Show is promising to be bigger and better than ever.
They say money can’t buy you happiness, but new research shows there is a certain dollar amount that is ideal.
The city of Durango will soon look a little brighter as hundreds of new LED lights are being installed in the downtown area.
New Mexico Game and Fish needs your help with its cutthroat trout conservation efforts.
A local judge accused of bad behavior will never be a judge in New Mexico again.
Ruidoso Village employees will now be allowed to carry concealed guns at work if they have state permit.