The Daily Word in Sandy and Perez, Space and Missile Systems, Green Chile Cheeseburgers and Johnny Mango
Here, the Durango Herald provides some details regarding the murder trial of former APD policemen Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez.
Last week at Burque's National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, representatives of the Kirtland Air Force Base Space and Missile Systems Center Advanced Systems and Development Directorate "showcased their work" to local citizens and students.
Robert Trapp, at the Rio Grande Sun, writes that it's a bad idea to close highway visitor centers across the state.
As part of a series on “Transformative Events and Processes in New Mexico’s Colonial History,” UNM Taos will be screening the new animated documentary “Frontera! Revolt and Rebelión on the Río Grande," tonight in Taos from 6-8pm.
The Feds say it will take 20 years and nearly $4 billion to clean up "legacy" nuclear waste at Los Alamos National Labs. A nuke watchdog group says those figures have been vastly underestimated.
The best green chile cheese burger at this year's New Mexico State Fair was the Laguna Burger.
Earlier this morning, I-25 near the Budaghers exit was shut down because a truck was leaking liquid oxygen. The hazmat situation has since been resolved and traffic flow restored.
The New Mexico Department of Health says overdose deaths in New Mexico have mostly declined over the past year.
Debate and change continue with regard to the University of New Mexico's controversial official seal.
DCF blogger Johnny Mango visited Navajo Lake and caught three rainbow trout.