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New Mexico St. holds off UT-Rio Grande Valley in 107-101 win

Ian Baker scored a career-high 36 points, Braxton Huggins pumped in 23 more and New Mexico State held on Saturday night for 107-101 win over Texas-Rio Grande Valley        

Fresno State beats New Mexico 71-61

Deshon Taylor scored 15 points with four 3-pointers, Jaron Hopkins also scored 15, and Fresno State beat New Mexico 71-61 on Saturday        

Moths found to produce their own antioxidants from carbohydrates

(Phys.org)—A team of researchers with members from the University of Arizona and New Mexico State University has discovered how a species of moth is able to repair oxidative muscle damage without consuming antioxidants. In their paper...Show More Summary

#AM_Equality Tipsheet: February 17, 2017

NEW MEXICO SENATE PASSES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT LGBTQ YOUTH FROM SO-CALLED “CONVERSION THERAPY”: Yesterday, HRC hailed the New Mexico Senate’s vote to pass SB 121, legislation that would protect LGBTQ youth in the state from the dangerous...Show More Summary

New Mexico reconsiders subsidies to high-risk insurance pool

The administration of New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is seeking to shift the state's financial obligations for a group of 2,700 people with serious and expensive medical conditions onto the … Click to Continue »

N.M. Senate Passes Legislation to Protect LGBTQ Youth From Abusive Practice of Conversion Therapy

HRC and Equality New Mexico hailed a vote by the New Mexico Senate passing SB 121, legislation that would protect LGBTQ youth in the state from the dangerous and abusive practice of “conversion therapy.” “No child should ever be subjected to the incredibly dangerous practice of so-called conversion therapy,” said HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow. Show More Summary

New Mexico Democrats rally around tax plan to fix budget gap

Democrats in the New Mexico House of Representatives are rallying around a package of tax and revenue measures designed to shore up state finances and stave off spending cuts to … Click to Continue »

For mosquito repellents, stick with the spray

(Entomological Society of America) In a crowded marketplace of products advertised to repel mosquitos, consumers are wise to trust spray-on repellents containing DEET or PMD, say researchers at New Mexico State University. In a comparison...Show More Summary

Lawmakers consider naming green chile burger state burger

A New Mexico lawmaker wants to make the state's relationship with the green chile cheeseburger official. The Albuquerque Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2kSSLeZ ) that Rep. Matthew McQueen, D-Galisteo, is sponsoring a … Click to Continue »

After a local college went Bigfoot hunting, a state senator introduced a bill nobody would have ever thought necessary

In October, an investigative reporter at KRQE in New Mexico uncovered a University of New Mexico-Gallup expedition that sought to discover Bigfoot. While that sounds strange, even stranger is the fact that the wilderness adventure was funded by taxpayers. Show More Summary

Diesel is getting political with its 'Make Love not Walls' ad campaign

Diesel has launched an ad campaign dubbed "Make Love Not Walls" in a nod to US President Trump's plan to build a wall separating Mexico from the United States. Provocative ads are nothing new to Diesel. It was one of the first brands...Show More Summary

Brown helps New Mexico hold off Boise State's late rally

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Elijah Brown scored 25 points, including 14 of New Mexico's final 16 points, to send the Lobos to a 78-73 victory over Boise State on Tuesday night. New Mexico (16-10, 9-5 Mountain West) gained control late inShow More Summary

New Mexico braces for new forecast on tax revenues

New Mexico state lawmakers are bracing for an update on how much money will be available in the coming fiscal year to fund state government. Democratic state Sen. John Arthur … Click to Continue »

New Mexico filmmakers left behind as industry booms in state

It's a difficult, unpredictable business. Henry Valdez knows that. He wants in anyway. Enter "Bad Broker," a mockumentary-style web series about a hapless Santa Fe real estate agent. Valdez, 30, … Click to Continue »

NM food handlers, foodservice operators face new regs

Foodservice operations such as restaurants, hotels, hospitals, schools and prisons in New Mexico face a March 1 deadline to meet new state food safety requirements, but they’ve already had a year’s grace period to get their ducks and disinfectants in a row. Key provisions of the prevention-based regulations went into effect a year ago, but... Continue Reading

Brown helps New Mexico hold off Boise State's late rally

Elijah Brown scored 25 points, including 17 of New Mexico's final 19 points, to send the Lobos to a 78-73 victory over Boise State on Tuesday night        

New Mexico GOP says Democrat failed to report conflict

The Republican Party of New Mexico is criticizing the Democratic leader of the state House of Representatives for not disclosing his work as an attorney for a licensed marijuana producer … Click to Continue »

Initiative seeks rooftop solar on New Mexico state buildings

A bill designed to spur the installation of rooftop solar arrays on state government buildings in New Mexico has cleared its first hurdle in the state Legislature. A Senate panel … Click to Continue »

State senator proposes ban on state public-funding Bigfoot hunting

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Gallup, New Mexico state senator George Munoz is not pleased that a group led by Christopher Dyer, CEO of University New Mexico's Gallup campus, went on a Bigfoot research expedition and racked up $7,000 of expenses that were ultimately paid by taxpayers. Show More Summary

Mexico Warns Its People About 'New Reality' In The United States

The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued an eerie statement on Thursday, warning its citizens of the “new reality” they face in the United States. The statement was sparked by the deportation of Arizona woman Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, a working mother of two children who are U.S. Show More Summary

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