Convincing residents in these communities to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated has become increasingly difficult despite cash incentives, health officials said.
The suit filed by Union Protectíva seeks an injunction on any further action at the site as well as a court order restoring the obelisk, which was destroyed by protesters last October.
At a virtual COVID-19 summit Wednesday, leaders will be urged to step up vaccine-sharing commitments, address oxygen shortages and deal with other critical pandemic-related issues.
Even in the most breathtaking of landscapes, it is often interactions with others that become the most vivid memories of a journey.
With the coronavirus pandemic still raging in many parts of the world, leaders from more than 100 nations are heading to New York this week for the United Nations' annual high-level gathering.
Math education ought to be about learning to reason and creatively solve problems using the powerful tools math provides.
Jamie Torres runs a high needs, highly structured classroom for third through sixth graders on the autism spectrum at Kearny Elementary School.
The president's plan was criticized by medical professionals who cited a lack of safety data on extra doses and raised doubts about the value of mass boosters, rather than ones targeted to specific groups.
Since a new law prohibiting abortion after cardiac activity is detected in an embryo took effect in Texas, abortion rights groups have been taking more phone calls and making more appointments for women hoping to cross state lines for help.
Women who apply for welfare must often provide personal details such as who fathered their children and when they got pregnant. State governments use the information to pursue child support from the dads — then pocket the money.
Flexible aluminum sheets are not widely used because they are pricey and difficult to install, though they have saved some properties, including historic cabins managed by the U.S. government.
The five-year, $8.9 million grant was awarded to the state Public Education Department through the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
"This will get a discussion going in New Mexico, and maybe nationally, to understand how important New Mexicans were to so many historical military events," said Ken Dettelbach, a Vietnam War veteran.
Lots of books and blogs will tell you how to wind down your garden in the fall. There are discussions about mulching, stopping fertilizing and reducing watering as tem…
Since 1985, the newspaper has recognized hundreds of individuals who have worked quietly and tirelessly on a range of important causes.
From dusty towns to forests in the U.S. West, illegal marijuana growers are taking water in uncontrolled amounts when there often isn't enough to go around for even licensed users.
An important task for the elected Public Regulation Commission — before the governor-appointed version of that body takes over — is to smooth the way and incentivize d…
John Derek Griego and Bryana Trejo-Griego died earlier this month in a crash at the intersection of N.M. 599 and West Frontage Road, a day before their first wedding anniversary.
The land management bureau, which oversees nearly one-fifth of the nation’s public lands, lost nearly 300 employees to retirement or resignation after its headquarters was moved to Grand Junction, Colo.
The renewed criticism this week of planned temporary storage facilities in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico came as federal regulators just granted a license for the proposed operation in Texas.
The judge ruled the arguments claiming the vaccine is unreliable and the mandate infringes on personal liberty did not outweigh the state having to take measures to protect public health.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — A Los Angeles jury convicted Robert Durst on Friday of murdering his best friend 20 years ago, a case that took on new life after the New York real…
Pojoaque Valley Superintendent Sondra Adams decided to let all seven seniors play in Friday's homecoming game after a judge blocked the suspensions for two of the students.
"Revenue's going to be down," General Manager Dan Mourning said. "We just don't have the attendance we've had in other years."
Parents of four of the players filed for temporary restraining orders Wednesday in District Court; one player filed for an order on his own behalf.
The operation features the temporary assignment of 35 state police agents from various bureaus to target violent crime in the Albuquerque metropolitan area.