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Sexual Assault Investigations At UNM Drag On

Sexual Assault Investigations At UNM Drag On

While students wait for the University of New Mexico to investigate their claims of sexual assault, sometimes their grades suffer, and the long …

City Denies Asphalt Plant Permit

City Denies Asphalt Plant Permit

Albuquerque’s Environment Department has denied the permit for a company to build a hot-mix asphalt plant near a wildlife refuge in the South …

Decades After Nuclear Disaster, No Easy Answers For Navajo Community

Decades After Nuclear Disaster, No Easy Answers For Navajo Community

During the Cold War, the Navajo Nation found itself in the middle of a uranium mining boom. Today, more than 500 mines on the reservation are shut …

Hunger Is Not A Partisan Issue For Some Faith Leaders

Hunger Is Not A Partisan Issue For Some Faith Leaders

More than one in five New Mexicans is on food stamps—that’s almost half a million people. Advocates are concerned that coming changes could force …

State Sues Feds Over Clean Water Rule

State Sues Feds Over Clean Water Rule

An environmental watchdog group is criticizing a decision by the state of New Mexico to join a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency. …

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Health trends and treatment

State To Launch Child Vaccine Program

State To Launch Child Vaccine Program

By: Ed Williams Aired: Monday, July 27, 2015 On Monday, the governor announced a two-week program offering free vaccinations to children before school starts. The Department of Health will run the program with money …

Curanderos Offer Treatments At UNM

Curanderos Offer Treatments At UNM

The traditional healing method known as curanderismo has been passed down through generations in this region, and practitioners from Mexico and around the state gathered Wednesday on the University of New Mexico …

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