News Briefs Allen Weh and David Clements are running for senate and suing each other.
News Briefs Tecolote is counting down to its last day of operation at the location the restaurant has occupied for the better part of 34 years.
News Briefs Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alan Webber received arguably the most attention after the first campaign disclosure reports for statewide candidates for raising $450,000 from his own pockets.
News Briefs State Reps. Luciano “Lucky” Varela and Jim Trujillo, both Santa Fe Democrats, are asking the state Attorney General’s office to weigh in on the constitutionality of a Santa Fe Public Schools program aimed...
News Briefs The Santa Fe National Forest’s Española Ranger District is proposing a 10-year extension of its prohibition on target shooting on the Caja del Rio’s eastern boundary.
News Briefs Seven Eldorado pet hen owners who are being sued by their homeowner association have launched a fundraiser for legal fees in anticipation of an upcoming trial date.
News Briefs New Mexico’s Inspection of Public Records Act—the state’s sunshine law that serves as the statutory tool for citizens to access government information—says that “all persons are entitled to
News Briefs Chainbreaker Collective is venturing into new territory with its recent launch of a “renters’ rights” initiative.
News Briefs Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is leading her top Democratic gubernatorial opponent by five points in the first public poll of the 2014.
News Briefs A nonprofit says it can build Mount Everest—with food scraps. Starting in April, Reunity Resources will begin collecting scraps at restaurants and other commercial establishments in the city.