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Statewide News

NM Department of Health warns residents about Tularemia in wake of recent case

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today a laboratory confirmed case of tularemia in a 65 year-old woman from Bernalillo County.

Roswell bank error: 'It's their mess up'

A Roswell, New Mexico man suddenly had more money than he'd ever imagined, thanks to a big "bank mistake." He deposited a check for $430, instead he got credit for $43,000.

Six dead in Houston shooting

A Texas man is in custody after allegedly shooting and killing six people, including four children, during a domestic dispute in Spring. 33-year-old Ron Lee Haskell surrendered Wednesday night after an hours-long standoff.

Academic gains slowing; no consensus on why

 

4 kids, 2 adults killed in domestic shooting near Houston

(CNN) -- Two adults and four children were killed in a domestic shooting in Spring, Texas, on Wednesday night, said Harris County Constable Ron Hickman.

Cigarroa: Powers to resign effective June 2

University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa issued a statement on Wednesday announcing that UT-Austin President Bill Powers will resign effective June 2, 2015.

President Obama heads to Texas

President Obama was in Texas Wednesday evening, epicenter of the immigration crisis.

Some worry traffic issues will stem Texas' growth

 

Mule deer poached near Carrizozo: Reward offered

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is asking the public to help solve a recent poaching case involving three female mule deer.

Immigrant rights groups participate in "border reality checkpoint"

Members of ACLU of New Mexico and Paso Del Norte Civil Rights Project hit the streets for a "border reality checkpoint".

Good Samaritans rescue Albuquerque girl from hot car

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Aftershocks continue to shake New Mexico - Arizona Border

Residents of Southern New Mexico and Eastern Arizona continue to report aftershocks in the wake of the 5.2 earthquake that struck just northwest of Lordsburg, NM on June 27, 2014.

Some worry traffic issues will stem Texas' growth

 

Despite success, some shortcomings in higher ed

For nearly 14 years, the state's higher education policy has been guided by a plan, adopted by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, called "Closing the Gaps by 2015." As the name suggests, time is running short.

State halts foster care placements with contractor