Corrections challenges ruling it’s not exempt from fair pay law

Though Gov. Susana Martinez signed the Fair Pay for Women Act in 2013 and touted the wage discrimination law while running for re-election the following year, her administration is fighting claims filed under the law.

Sculptural & video installations at CCA

Thesculptural portion by Colorado-based collective M12 includes a 24-foot-diameter horse-breaking ring and images from the book An Equine Anthology, created during M12’s 2015 residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute.

Marines probe claim about Iwo Jima photo

 The Marine Corps says it has begun investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War II.

LeBron, Cavs hold off Hawks 104-93 in Game 1

LeBron James scored 25 points, Kyrie Irving added 21 and Cleveland withstood a strong second-half surge by Atlanta to maintain its chokehold on the Hawks with a 104-93 victory Monday night in the opening game of their second-round Eastern Conference series.

Conference to give providers tools to prevent prescription opioid abuse

Santa Fe Prevention Alliance will hold a conference for hundreds of doctors statewide Saturday to offer information about alternative pain therapies, treatment options for patients who are struggling with opioid addictions and tools to help prevent prescription opioid abuse.

Just a taste of booze can lead to trouble for kids

There is a growing body of research, much of it in specialized journals on alcohol use, on parents’ providing small tastes of alcohol to relatively young children in the context of family events, and trying to tease out what it does or doesn’t mean in terms of children’s later relationship with alcohol.

Celebrations, May 1, 2016

Dr. Leslie Hayes, who works for El Centro Family Health in Española, was one of 10 people from across the country recognized Friday by President Barack Obama as White House Champions of Change…

‘WELL Building’ pilot planned at Las Soleras

The project named Soleras Station will offer housing for a range of residents, including disabled persons, the previously homeless, and those with limited income.

Words of wisdom from our elders

Most teens tend to live in the here and now, giving little thought to their future beyond college. And many teens don’t tend to seek out those who are older to glean advice and insight about the future.

Group knocks down barriers to city data

Four college juniors spent more than a month in Santa Fe developing an Open Data portal, which provides data on quality-of-life issues in the City Different.

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