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Report for April 12-19, 2020 more
In this time of change, the Department of Game and Fish would like to encourage anglers to stay home, mend equipment and prepare for the upcoming fishing season. In the weekly fishing report, provided by Dustin Berg of Go Unlimited (supporting disabled anglers) and the Department of Game and Fish, we will be sharing tips and tricks to help you be ready to go on future adventures. Each week we will feature some different flies, lures, activities or cooking recipes that can be done at home. more
You're home. Alone. Trying to cope with day after day of social distancing, a task that gets more difficult as we head into the next month of loneliness. This surreal time has generated an overload of advice on how to cope; however, it seems most of this advice focuses on families and people who live with others. more
Stray Hearts Weekly Report: April 2-7 more
By 3:30 a.m. on Good Friday, pilgrims were already assembling in Questa to ride together to the Sagrada Corazón Catholic Chapel in Costilla. The stained glass … more
New Mexico has the right conditions for a unified children's hospital "if everyone can recognize that there will have to be some trade-offs"... more
New Mexico is near the top of the country for chronic homelessness, and the state saw an increase over 2017 of people experiencing homelessness more
When 8-year-old Adam goes to a new place, it can be exciting, almost overwhelming. A visit to a Mexican diner is more than enough to set him off. His head snaps left and right, attempting to take in … more
In 2015, Jane Barnes, a research scientist in her early 60s — “a tired old woman,” in her words — was desperate to rescue her grandsons. more
Night monitor Brian Price saw the line begin to grow outside Taos Men’s Shelter before the worst of the storm hit on Veteran’s Day. more
For 18 years, Chad Walde was a loyal worker at Los Alamos National Laboratory, in a job where proximity to radiation was a reality. But when he died of brain cancer at age 44, his grieving family struggled to find answers behind his illness--and reasons why the government denied his claim for medical benefits. more
For Wilhelmina Yazzie, joining the groundbreaking lawsuit against New Mexico wasn't an easy thing to do. It was the only thing to do.The Navajo mother of three says she's no different from the dozens … more
The state knows relatively little about the people served by its nearly three dozen contracted home visiting providers. more
Photographers and writers have for the past 20 years journeyed to Northern New Mexico to chronicle the opioid epidemic. Long before the opioid abuse became a national scourge, these images and stories served to define Río Arriba County as the heroin capital of the country - a place that is my querencia, my home of the heart. more
The kindergarteners of IDEA Edgemere walked quietly single-file down the hall, their uniforms embroidered with the school logo, left hands behind their backs, right fingers over their lips. … more
Editor's note: Communities nationwide are trying to crack the same nut: how to narrow the achievement gap between rich and poor kids. Pensacola, Fla., became one of … more
Prospects for children in New Mexico are the worst in the nation, according to newly released data that rank states across 16 measures of child well-being. more
Leaving New Mexico wasn't a maybe - it was a have-to for Jesse Wood, a Farmington kid who graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2014. Like thousands of other … more
Connie Flores never wanted to drop out of school, let alone leave in eighth grade. But like thousands of other teenagers who never graduate from high school in New … more
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