As temperatures rise around the state, the governor puts the heat on local jurisdictions to add fireworks restrictions before the deadline.

A new report says Albuquerque's water woes might not be as bad as we thought.

The heat is on for parking violators at CNM, resulting in some cool cash for the college.

New Mexico's children are the hungriest in the nation, with a third of them not getting enough to eat.

Uranium mining is on the table again in western NM, but not without opposition from local people.

Barelas and Five Points have joined the MainStreet program, along with two other NM communities.

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Comment by Phil_0 on June 12, 2013 at 1:41pm

I am excited to see what MainStreet funds will do for Barelas. And intrigued that Five Points has been admitted too...what will they spend the money on?

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