Air Force Base: 1 Killed, 1 Injured In New Mexico TrainingOfficials at Holloman Air Force Base say one person was killed and another injured in a training accident on a military range in southern New Mexico.
National Scouting Museum Is Leaving IrvingThe more than 600,000 artifacts are moving to the museum in New Mexico.
Texas Oil Company Looks To Boost Production In New MexicoA Texas-based oil and gas company has reached a $430 million deal that will clear the way for more production in southeastern New Mexico, providing a glimmer of hope as state officials look to rebound from depressed energy prices that have crippled government spending.
Police: Alleged Dispute Leads To Murder In North Richland HillsThe North Richland Hills Police Department is investigating an incident at the 7600 block of Boulevard 26 that left one person dead after an alleged dispute.
Albuquerque Cafe Leaves Prices Up To 'Karma'There is a new restaurant in Albuquerque that has adopted a unique strategy when it comes to prices. There are none. The menu lists a variety of food options for patrons to enjoy, but the cost is left in the hands of the customers.
Texas Company To Purchase Yates Petroleum In $2.5B DealOne of the largest oil producers in the U.S. is purchasing a privately-held New Mexico company and some of its subsidiaries in a $2.5 billion deal that will expand its footprint in major energy-producing basins in the West.
Ohio Fugitive Arrested In New Mexico Officer's Death; One HeldOfficer Jose Chavez, 33, was shot dead at a convenience store in front of a fellow officer who had just arrived, authorities said.
Crews Make Progress Against Western FiresFirefighters battling home-threatening wildfires in the West caught a break overnight as gusty winds died down but with the region bracing for sweltering heat, Saturday's respite could be brief, authorities said.
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Libertarians Pick Ex-New Mexico Gov. Johnson For President The Libertarian Party has nominated former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate just as it did in 2012.
American Airlines Apologizes For Barring Musician's ViolinA concert musician who was not allowed to board a flight with her violin hopes that the incident will raise awareness of regulations that permit violins and other small instruments as carry-on luggage.
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