Some demonstrators defiantly wore holstered handguns on their hips or carried assault rifles in a rally by gun-rights advocates, protesting New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s surprise order to suspend for 30 days the right to carry firearms after two children were recently killed in separate shootings.
Albuquerque's police chief said he won't enforce it, and the county sheriff said he's uneasy about it because it raises too many questions about constitutional rights.
Before he was elected governor of New Mexico in 2002, Bill Richardson was U.N. ambassador and energy secretary under President Bill Clinton and served 14 years as a congressman.
An estimated half a million people lived within a 150-mile radius of the Trinity Test site in southern New Mexico, where the world’s first atomic bomb was detonated in 1945.
The movie about a man who changed the course of the world’s history by shepherding the development of the first atomic bomb is expected to be a blockbuster, dramatic and full of suspense.
Jeremy Guthrie faces more than a dozen sex charges after New Mexico police pulled him over for a DUI stop with six minors in the vehicle.
The 2023 Bronco Badlands with the Sasquatch package has been outfitted with specialized equipment, including a government communications system with satellite and antenna connections.
The woman called police after she bit into her "coney" and found a plastic bag.
A New Mexico man who called 911 to confess to the 2008 killing of his landlord has been arraigned on a charge of first-degree murder.
The annual rally drew about 20,000 bikers to the New Mexico resort town.
Videos released by authorities in New Mexico recorded a voice said to be an 18-year-old gunman urging police to “kill me" during this week’s rampage that left three older women dead before officers fatally shot him outside a church.
The police chief of Farmington, New Mexico, says it appears an 18-year-old man who shot and killed three people and wounded six others fired at random as he roamed the neighborhood.
Authorities say a New Mexico man has been arrested after calling 911 to confess to the 2008 killing of his former landlord and he also told police where the body was buried.
The store owner says the burglary was second time he has been victimized.
The images showed him wearing a deputy's uniform, and one image showed him carrying a loaded gun, New Mexico authorities said.
"All of us – the men and women of the Farmington Police Department – recognize the severity of this incident," the police chief in New Mexico said in a statement.
Lines will be getting longer for free breakfast and lunch at New Mexico public schools.
His conditions of release prohibit him from possessing firearms or other dangerous weapons.
NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu said hazing is strictly against the school system's policy and it is "something that will not be tolerated."
The kids are pushing for "the aroma of green chile roasting in the fall." What do you think your state's would be?