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Efforts to raise teacher certification standards falter

A billboard that periodically springs up along Texas highways asks two questions: Want to teach? When can you start?

U.S. Marshals Service to hold August auto auction

The U.S. Marshals Service will be auctioning 25 vehicles which were seized due to illegal activities. The auction will begin promptly at 10:00 am August 29, 2014 in Albuquerque.

Analysis: For Perry, it's all in the timing

     

Millions awarded to Texas veteran support programs

The Texas Veterans Commission recently awarded 38 organizations $6.95 million in General Assistance, Housing4TexasHeroes, and Veterans Mental Health grants from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance.

Glitches threaten ACA coverage for some immigrants

 

A confident Rick Perry hits the road after indictment

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is scheduled to be in court on Friday, but he won't be there. Instead, he'll be testing the waters for a possible presidential run.

A&M announces Spanish sports radio network for Aggies

 

Defiant Rick Perry at courthouse: 'We will prevail'

A defiant Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, was booked on Tuesday on two felony charges related to his handling of a local political controversy.

UNM women's soccer team alleges brutal hazing

Members of the Univerity of New Mexico women's soccer team are alleging they were hazed by teammates Sunday night.

The annual DPS vehicle auction happening this weekend

The annual New Mexico Department of Public Safety Auction in Santa Fe is happening this Saturday, August 23rd.  

EPPD asks for witnesses, video evidence in fatal west El Paso crash

El Paso Police are now asking the public for help in piecing together the events that happened just before a fatal crash in West El Paso early Sunday morning.

Five things to know about Perry indictment

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Is traffic surcharge program a trap for Texas drivers?

When Charles Farmer was pulled over for turning without signaling last Thanksgiving morning, he learned that his license had been suspended for failing to pay surcharges on traffic tickets he had already paid.

The Bullet Train that could change everything

For years, the Japanese company behind the world’s first and busiest high-speed rail system has been itching to enter the U.S.

Hundreds march on Artesia immigration center

Hundreds of protesters gathered outside a New Mexico facility that's housing immigrants. The Santa-Fe based Somos Un Pueblo Unido and a coalition of Catholic churches rallied for an end to deportations Sunday.