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Criticism follows reports on incentive programs

 

Suit Targets Taxpayer Expenditures for Perry Legal Fees

An Austin lawyer with Democratic ties has sued Gov.

First case of Enterovirus D68 confirmed in New Mexico

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed a case of Enterovirus D68 in New Mexico.

Commissioner Staples welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas

Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples today welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas — the Lone Star State’s largest fair — and encourages fairgoers to celebrate the best of Texas at the Texas Department of Agriculture&rsq

Free fishing day in New Mexico this Saturday

Saturday, September 27, 2014 is Free Fishing Day across the state and everyone is allowed to fish on public bodies of water without a fishing license. New Mexico State Parks invites you to enjoy a day of free fishing at a park near you.

Search for Hannah Graham continues

The man police say kidnapped a University of Virginia student will return to the state to face charges.

Texas' rising graduation rates spark renewed doubts

 

Prosecutor: Reply to Perry Filing Likely to Come Next Month

Gov. Rick Perry's legal team was quick to challenge the criminal indictment against him in August, making its position known within days of the governor's booking.

Espanola Police catch 'ghost' on surveillance cam

Surveillance video recently taken at the Espanola police station is a bit freaky.

Man returns rental car with 139 pounds of pot to Albuquerque airport

Aviation officers at New Mexico's Albuquerque International Airport arrested a man who allegedly left 139 pounds of pot in a rental car and then returned to try to get it back.

UVA suspect in court

32-year-old Jesse Matthew, Jr., wanted in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, was captured Wednesday night in Texas.

Suspect in Hannah Graham case caught in Texas

[Breaking news alert published at 7:35 p.m. ET]

Guadalupe Mountains National Park begins opening trails today

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Superintendent Dennis A. Vásquez announced that the Guadalupe Peak, Pinery, Devil’s Hall Trails have reopened, and the Salt Basin Overlook Trail is open from the Guadalupe Canyon Trailhead only.

Texas program offers classes for married couples

Wedding planning is hard, but marriage can be harder.

Funeral Wednesday for Texas deputy who died in floods

Mourners will gather to remember a Central Texas sheriff's deputy who died after being swept away by floodwaters while checking low-water crossings.