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FBI: Cybercrime cost New Mexico victims nearly $24M in 2020

ALBUQUERQUE – Suspected cybercrime cost New Mexico victims almost $24 million last year, according to the FBI. The agency’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has released its annual report, which...

DATE: March 19, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Appeals court upholds deportation of acquitted Ghana student

DENVER – A Denver-based federal appeals court has ruled immigration officials were justified in deporting a student from Ghana who was jailed on a rape charge and later acquitted because he was...

DATE: March 19, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Grocery store workers, others now on New Mexico vaccine list

ALBUQUERQUE – Grocery store employees, home caregivers, farm workers, other essential workers and people older than 60 are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine in New Mexico. The state...

DATE: March 19, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Colorado officials say two COVID-19 variants on the rise

DENVER – Colorado’s chief medical officer says two highly contagious COVID-19 strains that are harder to detect and more resistant to treatment could make up 30% of coronavirus cases in the state....

DATE: March 19, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

State Police: 14-year-old arrested in killings of 2 men

VILLANUEVA, N.M. – Authorities in northern New Mexico say a 14-year-old Las Vegas boy has been arrested in the killings of two men at a home in the small community of Villanueva. The boy was...

DATE: March 19, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Colorado goose recovering after arrow removed from head

BOULDER – A goose that was found shot with an arrow in northern Colorado is recovering after undergoing surgery to remove it, police said Thursday. The goose, which was rescued Tuesday in Boulder,...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Navajo Nation nears 30K COVID-19 cases since pandemic began

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation on Thursday reported six more deaths and 18 new cases of COVID-19 as the total number of cases approaches the 30,000 mark since the pandemic began. The latest...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

New Mexico governor signs prescribed fire measure

SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday signed legislation that will clear the way for more prescribed fires as New Mexico deals with worsening drought and climate change. The measure...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Colorado lawmakers unveil public-run health insurance bill

DENVER – Setting up one of the most contentious issues of Colorado’s 2021 legislative session, Democratic state lawmakers announced they are introducing a public health care option bill on Thursday...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Special election set for June 1 to fill Haaland’s vacated House seat

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s secretary of state has announced that a special general election will be held June 1 to fill the U.S. House seat vacated by Deb Haaland. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

Push on for reopening of the Grand Canyon’s east entrance

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Grand Canyon National Park officials tentatively plan to reopen the park’s eastern entrance in late May, but there’s sentiment in a small northern Arizona city that depends on...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

New Mexico pot legalization bill advances as time runs short

SANTA FE – Legislation to legalize cannabis in New Mexico advanced Thursday toward a decisive Senate floor vote under a framework that emphasizes government oversight of pricing and supplies and...

DATE: March 18, 2021 | CATEGORY: Regional News

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