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The APD Files: Alan Gomez And Substance Abuse

The APD Files: Alan Gomez And Substance Abuse

Substance abuse treatment is not available for everyone who needs it in New Mexico, and this shortage is at the root of some tragic altercations with …

Lawmakers To Consider Limiting Solitary Confinement

Lawmakers To Consider Limiting Solitary Confinement

The use of solitary confinement on mentally ill inmates sparked expensive lawsuits in New Mexico in the last couple of years. Doña Ana County paid …

Lawsuit: UNM Shielded Athletes Accused Of Rape

Lawsuit: UNM Shielded Athletes Accused Of Rape

A former UNM student who said she was assaulted by two Lobo football players and a CNM student last year filed a lawsuit in District Court against …

Little Room For Error At Albuquerque’s Wastewater Plant

Little Room For Error At Albuquerque’s Wastewater Plant

Businesses, military bases and city utilities have dozens of permits to release pollution into the Rio Grande watershed. Albuquerque’s …

Small Tribe, Big River: Isleta Eyes Pollution In The Rio Grande

Small Tribe, Big River: Isleta Eyes Pollution In The Rio Grande

The Pueblo of Isleta is bordered on one side by Kirtland Air Force Base, on another by the City of Albuquerque—and through the middle of the …

Poverty access and impact

Health trends and treatment

Final 2015 Health Insurance Deadline Is Sunday

Final 2015 Health Insurance Deadline Is Sunday

New Mexico residents have only a few days left before the February 15 deadline to sign up for health insurance and to be covered by March 1, 2015.

5 Deaths From Flu In New Mexico

5 Deaths From Flu In New Mexico

Five New Mexicans have died so far this year from flu related illnesses, ranging in age from 29 to 92. The announcement from the state Department

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