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The New Mexico Department of Transportation has hired private armed security guards to patrol the Río Grande Gorge bridge in an effort to prevent vandalism and increase public … more
Morgan Sanders, a massage therapist and owner of a local landscaping business in Taos, died of a suspected suicide at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge on Thursday (April 9), her family has confirmed. She was 37. According to an obituary her family sent to the Taos News on Wednesday (April 15), Sanders was born in Amarillo, Texas, on Nov. 8, 1982. more
Ernestine Saucedo, who had a mischievous streak, probably sent Sunday night's (July 14) heavy rains, loved ones joked. The downpour, during a gathering of some 250 … more
Searchers and law enforcement located and recovered the remains of a 32-year-old Albuquerque woman from the Río Grande Gorge on Saturday (June 8), but New Mexico State Police has not identified the woman. more
In 2003, Steve Miera was a young deputy with the Taos County Sheriff’s Office when he hiked below the Río Grande Gorge Bridge to recover the body of a jumper for the first time. With … more
Multiple searches around the Río Grande Gorge Bridge where Anthony Hildebrand’s car was found early this month have turned up no signs of its owner, a man who law enforcement say had … more
New Mexico lawmakers will soon be considering House Bill 90, a new law that may allow what proponents call "medical aid in dying," otherwise known as assisted suicide. Starting Thursday … more
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