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GOP House Candidate Under Fire For Old Anti-Trump Posts -Associated Press

A Republican House candidate running for a key seat in southern New Mexico is facing criticism for old social media posts attacking Donald Trump.

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Fugitive Priest Sentenced To 30 Years In Sex Abuse CaseAssociated Press

A former Roman Catholic priest who authorities say fled the country in the early 1990s as he faced sex abuse allegations in New Mexico has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after being returned to the U.S.

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New Mexico Preps For Trump After Past Rallies Sparked Unrest - By Russell Contreras And Susan Montoya Bryan Associated Press

New Mexico law enforcement agencies are prepping for an upcoming President Donald Trump rally three years after previous ones sparked turmoil in Albuquerque.

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Authorities Find Body Of Girl, 5, In New MexicoAssociated Press

Authorities say they have found the body of a 5-year-old New Mexico girl who was reported missing Sunday.

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New Mexico County To Propose Changes To Paid Leave OrdinanceAlbuquerque Journal, Associated Press

New Mexico county officials have announced plans to suggest an amendment to a newly approved paid leave ordinance.

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University Of New Mexico Provost Warns Against Faculty UnionAlbuquerque Journal, Associated Press

The provost of New Mexico's largest university says he is against a faculty union and is warning against its creation.

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Trump To Make Campaign Stop In New Mexico -Associated Press

President Donald Trump will be holding a rally in New Mexico as his re-election campaign hopes to flip the traditionally Democratic state.

The campaign announced Friday that the rally will take place Sept. 16 in Rio Rancho, a suburb of Albuquerque.

Trump's visits to Albuquerque during his first campaign drew large crowds and protests that devolved into violence, prompting police to turn out in riot gear.


State Senator Charged With DWI Says He Won't Resign - Albuquerque Journal, Associated Press

A Democratic state lawmaker charged with drunken driving says he won't resign from the New Mexico Senate even if convicted.

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Health Insurance Costs Rising For Many New Mexico Teachers- KRQE-TV, Associated Press

Health insurance premiums will rise next month for thousands of New Mexico educators.

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Drug Overdose Deaths On The Rise In New Mexico-Associated Press

New Mexico health officials say the number of drug overdose deaths in the state increased in 2018, largely due to methamphetamine use.

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New Mexico To Bolster Health Services, Medicaid PaymentsAssociated Press

New Mexico is moving forward with efforts to bolster access to a variety of health care and dental services by increasing rates for Medicaid payments to physicians and other providers.

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Retired New Mexico Chief Justice Charles Daniels Dies At 76 - Albuquerque Journal, Associated Press

Authorities say former New Mexico Chief Justice Charles Daniels has died.

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Federal Authorities Seize $4 Million In Drugs In New Mexico- Associated Press

Federal officials say officers seized 85 pounds of drugs on a road that runs through a reservation in New Mexico.

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Fight Over Energy Law Heads To New Mexico Supreme Court- Associated Press

Environmentalists and PNM are asking the New Mexico Supreme Court to settle a dispute over whether the state's new energy law must be considered as regulators deliberate the planned closure of a coal-fired power plant.

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Record Oil Production Lifts New Mexico State Income, Risks - Associated Press

Government income continues to surge in a state with the highest rate of poverty in the western U.S. amid record-setting oil and natural gas production in New Mexico.