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It's arrived. The day we've all looked forward to for the last year: no more masks.

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We can all breathe again. But can we breathe easy?

The rate of babies born prematurely in New Mexico in 2015 increased from the previous year, according to a report released Nov. 1 by the March of Dimes Foundation, which for the first time in seven years dropped the state a letter grade in its …

Gun enthusiasts argue that the 33,000 gun deaths in America every year — 68 percent of all murders — are not caused by gun ownership.  And the 49 murders in Orlando with a military assault rifle were not related to sales of military assault …

Sexual violence happens to people of all ages, genders, sexual orientations, religions, abilities, professions, incomes, races and ethnicities. Although females have a much higher risk of sexual assault during their lives, males are also victims, …

“Remember, love has many definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them.” These are words of the National Respect Announcement that loveisrespect.org hopes will be shared by and with teens across the country tomorrow on Valentine’s Day. It may …

Several hundred Taoseños came with hats and pens in hand Friday (April 24) to learn about applying for federal economic stimulus money. Lt. Gov. Diane Denish traveled to the Río Grande Room in downtown Taos to detail benefits for individuals …

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with the Centers for Disease Control have issued a warning Monday evening (July 20), advising consumers not to eat any fresh jalapeño peppers, as they have been linked to the recent salmonella …