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Cheap, easy-to-use drones are more popular than ever before. Now professional drone operators and government agencies are trying to drive home the same message to people just starting to toy with the technology: Get savvy on the rules before you fly. more
Updated June 27 at 9 p.m.: Firefighters fought a fast-moving, "high-risk" wildland fire in the area of Witt Road near Taos Canyon late Tuesday afternoon (June 27). By around 8 p.m. the blaze appeared to be under control, though no official confirmation has been recieved from officials. more
U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signaled Wednesday (June 21) he is open to leaving intact two national monuments in New Mexico that his office is eyeing as part of a controversial nationwide … more
Over the roar of giant construction engines, small chirps made by frantic prairie dogs can still be heard in a freshly plowed field once dotted with the small piles of dirt marking the homes of the … more
According to State Farm data, the chances New Mexico drivers will collide with a deer are on the rise.New Mexico drivers are nearly twice as likely to collide with a deer in June compared to just one month ago, according to the auto insurance … more
The bear went over the mountain and visited several homes in the upper Red River Valley."Someone staying at a cabin south of us was surprised by the bear walking on her porch and then looking through … more
U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says government shouldn’t be in the business of running campgrounds, so he wants to turn national park campsites over to … more
Los Alamos National Laboratory failed more than once in recent months to accurately document the pH level of hazardous liquid shipped six hours north to a waste processing and disposal facility … more
A lightning-sparked fire located 19 miles north of El Rito in Bonita Canyon has grown to 4,000 acres as of Friday (June 16) since it began early this month. more
The public is invited to get acquainted with the snakes and raptors from the New Mexico Wildlife Center Friday (June 16), 1-2 p.m. at the Taos Youth and Family Center. The New Mexico Wildlife Center tour is free and for audiences of all ages. The … more
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