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Sheriff’s sergeant shoots pit bull outside Arroyo Hondo home

The Taos County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing a Thursday (Jan. 18) incident in which a sergeant shot an 88-pound pit bull he said had charged him outside a residence in Arroyo … more

Arroyo Hondo motorcycle crash victim dies

A Taos County dispatcher reported an accident with injuries around 11 a.m. Tuesday (July 25) along Highway 522 near mile marker 2 that left one motorcyclist, identified as Jordan Medina, in critical … more

New Mexico State Police investigate fatal officer-involved shooting in Peñasco

Updated: Nov. 26, 1:30 p.m. Peñasco, NM – New Mexico State Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left an alleged gunman dead at a residence near Peñasco Saturday morning (Nov. 25). ... A body could be seen on the roof of a property at the scene of the shootout between the gunman, who's name has not yet been released, and law enforcement officers. more

Accused Costilla shooter released, turns over weapons

Andrew Bernard Mott, the man accused of assaulting an off-duty New Mexico State Police officer and his family in Costilla on March 11, has been released from the Taos County Adult Detention Center.Mott, more

Legislators visit Taos progressives

Progressives gathered Saturday (May 6) to welcome New Mexico legislators to Taos Mesa Brewing for a question-and-answer session where community members were allowed to ask specific questions about … more

Short-term rentals: plague or plus?

Short-term rentals have taken the housing market by storm in the past few years. And that is changing the way some towns and cities view the market popularized by sites such as Airbnb. more

Tensions rise as ICE visits Taos businesses

He knew he had nothing to hide. But before answering, Barreto asked for identification from the man, who opened his jacket to reveal a shiny badge bearing the seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security, a federal agency that has been under marching orders to ramp up audits of businesses and detainments of undocumented workers throughout the United States, especially in border states like New Mexico. more

Henningsen home on fire

The former home of late Taos photographer-artist Chuck Henningsen is on fire Monday morning (April 2). The fire which appears to favor the structure’s west side is being battled by Taos Volunteer Fire Department firefighters. more

Alleged Costilla shooter granted conditional release

Andrew Bernard Mott, a 58-year-old Costilla resident, was arraigned today (April 24) in Taos for allegedly firing a handgun at a New Mexico State Police Officer and his family March 11. Mott was initially arraigned … more

Council entertains busking ordinance

The Taos Town Council is considering an ordinance to regulate busking and panhandling within the town's boundaries. But the Council unanimously voted Nov. … more
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