SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A bill to protect the rights of pregnant workers is headed to the Senate. House Bill 179 would make it illegal to discriminate against women who are expecting. It also says employers must accommodate a pregnant woman’s needs, with more breaks or less physical activity. The bill passed the House 51 to 14, even picking up some bipartisan support. It goes to the Senate with four days left in the session.
One New Mexico county is holding a contest for students to create a logo that represents their county in a modern light.
Parents in Roswell are taking their concerns about bullying to the school board Tuesday night.
A New Mexico man will spend three-and-a-half years in prison for his role in a 2015 murder.
A bill that sets new limits and guidelines for physically restraining students or placing them in seclusion is headed to the governor.
A new lift at Purgatory Resort allows skiers and snowboarders easier access to trails.
The Open Space Visitor Center is now accepting haiku and one line poems for the upcoming Poets’ Picnic.
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An observant off-duty officer helped nab four suspected car thieves.
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One of the city’s busiest intersections will be closed on Friday.
Ray Powell wants his old job back.