Dec. 19, 2014

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First National bank keeps up holiday train tradition

Lights flipped on this morning for the First National bank's annual decorations, which will stay live until Dec. 26, thanks to members of the Santa Fe Model Railroad Club.

Monday, December 15, 2014 SFR

Morning Word: Shooting Accident, Interlocks, and Why The Heck Is Union County So Happy?

We've got your full weekend news recap

An Albuquerque Police officer appears to have accidently shot a man in the back early Sunday morning while climbing through a window to check on a reported apartment burglary.

Monday, December 15, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Caldera Clears Congress

Senate approves defense bill that gives Valles Caldera management to Parks Service

The US Senate cleared a large defense spending bill Friday afternoon with public lands provisions that will impact New Mexico.

Friday, December 12, 2014 Joey Peters

Morning Word: Jobs, Rate Hikes and a Whoopee Cushion

Plus, a marijuana game changer

New Mexico aims to create new positions for thousands, but more housing in some areas of the state is needed ahead of economic growth.

Friday, December 12, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Badgers to Replace Fireflies

Santa Fe and Badger Inc. enter $8.3 million agreement for new water-meter readers

Santa Fe city councilors on Wednesday unanimously approved an $8.3 million, 10-year contract with a Wisconsin company to install new water-meter reading devices at tens of thousands of locations across Santa Fe...

Thursday, December 11, 2014 Justin Horwath

Morning Word: Lightning Strikes and Batman Flies to Taos

Vote recount starts today

The vote recount in the Commissioner of Public Lands race gets underway today after the Supreme Court finally settled disputed ballot test procedures.

Thursday, December 11, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Ex-Health Department Employee Gets $300K in Whistleblower Settlement

Bob Ortiz alleged he was instructed to make fraudulent transactions

Bob Ortiz alleged that he was instructed to make a fraudulent transaction at the Department of Health in 2009. 

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Joey Peters

Martinez Committee Opens, Then Shuts, Gate on Unlimited Cash

Nonprofit organizing gala reverses course on contributions following SFR inquiry

Following a nearly 15-point victory over her Democratic gubernatorial challenger, Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is getting ready to set off her second four-year term with inaugural celebrations that start Dec...

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Justin Horwath

Morning Word: Delegates React to Senate Report

Elections results certified; recount starts tomorrow

Reaction was swift to the scathing report issued by the US Senate Intelligence Committee after its half decade probe into the CIA's handling of suspected terrorists.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Lawmakers React To 'Torture Report'

Senate Intelligence Committee releases 524-page summary of CIA detainment and torture techniques

A damning report released today on the Central Intelligence Agency's post-9/11 detainee program is making headway, and New Mexico lawmakers are expressing outrage.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 Joey Peters