Routed New Mexico GOP works to recover amid unclear leaders

After losses in statewide and legislative races this month the New Mexico GOP must now regroup and find new leadership.
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Republican minority in New Mexico House choose new leader

New Mexico House Republicans, who lost multiple seats in this month's election, have chosen a new minority leader
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Republican minority in New Mexico House to pick new leader

Minority Republicans in the New Mexico House are scheduled to meet Sunday to pick a new leader in the wake of the Nov. 7 general election that saw the GOP caucu
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Earmarked projects approved by Mississippi lawmakers

Mississippi lawmakers have earmarked $111 million in projects in a bill that they passed
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ACLU challenging panhandling laws across New Mexico

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico has sent letters to 10 governments around New Mexico asking them to repeal their ordinances on panhandling
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3 men killed in 2 car crashes in New Mexico's Eddy County

New Mexico State Police say three people have been killed in two separate car crashes in Eddy County
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Man hitchhikes to visit partner in Wyoming care center

Hank Ramak is no longer able to drive but that doesn't stop the 72- year-old from finding a way to see the lady he loves
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New Mexicans team up for latest independent film

A Las Cruces director and a producer from Santa Fe are teaming up for an independent film about a man who is struggling with his faith and is uneasy about getti
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Oil company close to finalizing 3,000 leases in Carlsbad

An Artesia-based oil company is close to finalizing numerous leases with mineral rights owners in Carlsbad as it moves ahead with plans to drill under the south
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New Mexico approves rules for industrial hemp cultivation

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a rule to govern the industrial cultivation of hemp starting next year
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Former tax secretary pleads not guilty to corruption charges

New Mexico's former state tax chief has pleaded not guilty to seven corruption counts, including a charge that she embezzled money from a former client
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DC clerk stalls marriage over 'foreign' New Mexico ID card

A District of Columbia clerk refused to accept a New Mexico man's state driver's license for a marriage license because she and her supervisor believed New Mexi
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Hello again: Boise State hosts Fresno State for MWC crown

There will be a lot of familiar faces when No. 25 Fresno State plays No. 19 Boise State in the Mountain West Conference title game in Boise on Saturday night
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El Nino teases as Southwestern US remains in drought

National climate experts have been watching and waiting but El Nino has only been teasing, leaving the American Southwest to hang on longer until the weather pa
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DC clerk stalls marriage over 'foreign' New Mexico ID

A District of Columbia clerk refused to accept a New Mexico man's state driver's license for a marriage license because she and her supervisor believed New Mexi
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Ben Ray Lujan is commencement speaker at community college

Congressman Ben Ray Lujan to give fall commencement address at Santa Fe Community College
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Texas Tech hires Wells after success at alma mater Utah St

Texas Tech has hired Matt Wells as its new football coach after he was part of an impressive turnaround at Utah State
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New Mexico archdiocese to file for bankruptcy over sex abuse

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe announced Thursday it will soon be filing for bankruptcy protection, as the Catholic church in New Mexico has settled numerous claim
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Lawmakers press for fingerprinting of detention camp staff

Lawmakers say detention camp holding thousands of teens in the Texas desert must start putting staff through rigorous background checks and provide adequate men
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The Latest: New Mexico archdiocese to file for bankruptcy

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe says it will file for bankruptcy protection next week, citing depleted reserves as the Catholic church in New Mexico has settled num
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Lawmakers call for detention camp reforms

Lawmakers say detention camp holding thousands of teens in the Texas desert must start putting staff through rigorous background checks and provide adequate men
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Warrants detail clergy sex abuse in New Mexico

Search warrants describe in graphic detail the sexual abuse endured by children years ago at the hands of two Catholic priests, providing more fuel for prosecut
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The Latest: Warrants detail clergy sex abuse in New Mexico

Search warrants obtained by The Associated Press reveal graphic allegations of sexual abuse of New Mexico children by members of the Catholic clergy
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Abortion foes seek Trump's help to offset midterm setback

Anti-abortion leaders seek help from Trump administration as they shift their strategies now that the U.S. House is controlled by Democrats who support abortion
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