MESILLA, N.M. (KRQE) – Following the lead of Las Cruces, the Mesilla Board of Trustees could take a stand against President Trump’s proposed border wall. Monday night, trustees will consider adopting a resolution opposing the border wall. The resolution is similar to one passed by the Las Cruces City Council last month. Both state that a wall would harm the area’s economy by hurting its relationship with Mexico.
Forest officials are concerned that this year’s wet winter may increase the number of “mudding” incidents.
One of Roswell’s most wanted has been arrested in Washington state.
An accused killer who sheriff’s deputies have been seeking for 22 years wasn’t too far away.
The discount-chain Gordman’s announced Monday that it has filed for bankruptcy.
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Albuquerque’s animal shelters are changing their hours for the summer time.
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The VA Medical Center will undergo construction and will temporarily shut down its main entrance.
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Governors of four states including New Mexico are calling for the feds to open up more land for livestock grazing because of wildfires.
New Mexico’s Attorney General has released a guide aimed at protecting consumers from scammers.
A lawsuit claiming Espanola Public Schools’ former security contractor was fired for not contributing to a political campaign is now in fede…
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A Colorado lawmaker is working to honor Durango native Jeff Kuss.