On the Net Neutrality National Day of Action, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, and U.S. Representatives Ben Ray Luján and Michelle Lujan Grisham cosponsored a Congressional Review Act resolution to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s decision on net neutrality.

specialist, New Mexico State University professor Bernd Leinauer is asked a lot of questions relating to artificial grass and whether it actually is a water- conserving alternative to real grass since that’s how it is marketed and portrayed to the public. So, he sought out the help of a Ph.D…

Sandia Mountain Lions Club Chair of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest, Jana Steinnerd, right, presented prize-winning checks to seventh-grader Isabella Ali, flanked by her principal, Cee Kay Nation, left. After receiving first place among entries submitted by Roosevelt Middle Scho…

Police have identified the two bodies found dumped in rural Santa Fe County last week as roommates who had been reported missing from Albuquerque, and were presumed killed, at the end of January.

Gregory Popovich trains rescued cats and dogs to do tricks and routines in his Comedy Pet Theatre, which was voted best family entertainment at Planet Hollywood at Las Vegas Resort and Casino, where the show has been for the last 10 years, Popovich said.

Thanks to recent moisture and the possibility of more moisture on Wednesday, fire managers on the Mountainair Ranger District plan to resume the Thunderbird Prescribed Burn today and Friday.

The draft East Route 66 Sector Development Plan is available for public comment prior to public hearings scheduled for this spring. Public comments are due by 5 p.m. March 12 to be ready for a presentation on the plan at an April 4 County Planning Commission meeting. The plan will be present…

On Feb. 7, District Judge Shannon Murdock denied resident Linda Filippi’s writ of mandamus to have withheld documents from an Inspection of Public Records Act request about a marijuana greenhouse released.

A Moriarty man was sentenced to nearly two decades in prison after he killed an Albuquerque family of three in a DWI crash two years ago.

On Monday night, the Tijeras Village Council made it through its first regular meeting in months without postponing most of the agenda items.

The Seventh Judicial District Attorney’s Office recently released an audit of the Mountainair Police Department, something the town clerk described as a “welcome event.”

This week, the House Local Government, Elections, Land Grants, and Cultural Affairs Committee approved House Bill 38, the Wireless Advanced Infrastructure Act sponsored by Rep. Jim Smith (R-Sandia Park) and Rep. Debbie Rodella (D-Española).

Bernalillo County leaders welcome the community to participate in a series of public meetings to develop the East Route 66 Sector Development Plan. The first meeting is Oct. 25 at Masonic Lodge No. 82, 1400 NM 333.

Caesar Chavez, 52 of Moriarty, accepted a plea agreement Thursday that will put him behind bars for 21 years and $20,000 fine on three counts of vehicular homicide and one of great bodily harm by vehicle.

Torrance County Commission Chairman Javier Sanchez has proposed a public meeting to take place Friday evening in Estancia to mobilize grassroots support of the Torrance County Detention Facility, Sanchez said by phone Monday.

Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that he has filed a lawsuit against Presbyterian Health Plan, Inc., and Presbyterian Healthcare Services for fraud based on the systematic, deliberate underpayment of taxes on premiums received or written. The Office of the Attorney General’s compla…

State Sen. Jim White, R-Albuquerque, second from left, explains the "perfect storm" of economic pressures that created the state's budget crisis at a legislative Town Hall meeting June 21 in Estancia. He was joined by state Rep. Tomás E. Salazar, D-Las Vegas, to the left, whose district incl…