Suit says CYFD knew of abuse at Farmington foster home, failed to protect kids
A Q&A with University of New Mexico law professor Serge Martinez
The Cannabis Regulation Act could benefit big companies while leaving acequia communities dry
Living in internet dead zones and sometimes without electricity at home, Indigenous youths in New Mexico and Arizona went to extraordinary lengths to attend virtual classes.
High-level officials accuse the CYFD of retaliation against complaints about Signal and other concerns.
Patients, doctors and former employees claim Modern Vascular, the national arterial disease treatment chain, pushes unnecessary treatments and patients suffer.
From the outset, local residents had questioned Cyrq’s assertion that it could pump geothermal water from thousands of feet down and reinject it at similar depths without tainting the shallow, freshwater aquifer. Like many places in New Mexico, the health of the local farm and ranch economy is rooted to the water. So are the lives of the scattered people who live in the Animas Basin.
Legislative session ends with mixed results for NM kids.
Across New Mexico, grandparents have become an unofficial safety net, stepping up to raise the grandkids when their own children can’t. Cases of “kinship guardianship,” as it is known, are hardly unique to the state. But in New Mexico, where family ties run deep, grandparents are playing an unusually common role in caring for their grandkids.
The chemicals known collectively as PFAS are in everything from dental floss to outdoor gear. But consumers can make informed choices.