# New mexico
Albuquerque speed camera fines go unpaid, raising concerns for city officials
ALBUQUERQUE, NM. - Albuquerque's Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program was launched last year to reduce reckless driving and improve road safety. However, recent data obtained by KRQE News 13 reveals that many drivers caught on the city's speed cameras are skipping payment of their fines.
Mythbusting Billy the Kid: Test Your Knowledge
True or fact? Test your knowledge and let us know how you did!
Trying Ohana Pies in Pie Town, New Mexico
Ohana Family Cafe is a cute family run restaurant with a large selection of pies in Pie Town. This is the 2nd out of three restaurants we visit during our day trip to Pie Town, NM,
$500-$1000 Could Reach New Mexico Residents’ Bank Account’s
Breaking news for New Mexico residents: You could be eligible for a significant refund if you act fast. As of now, in-state residents still have the opportunity to claim up to $500 in refunds for single filers and up to $1,000 for joint filers.
New Mexico considers revolutionary psilocybin-derived therapy for mental health
SANTA FE, NM. - New Mexico may soon make history as it considers a new bill to establish a program using psilocybin-derived products to treat patients with certain mental health conditions in a clinical setting. Additionally, the bill proposes the creation of an advisory group that will study the feasibility of such a program, which could lead to a revolutionary approach to treating mental health conditions.
10 Albuquerque Companies That Pay Over $35 an Hour
Albuquerque, NM. - In addition to being New Mexico's largest city with a metro population of nearly one million residents, Albuquerque is also the state's economic engine, offering workers a wide range of career opportunities.
8 Albuquerque Apartments Under $800 a Month
Albuquerque, NM. - In recent years, rent has soared as high as the hot air balloons that float above Albuquerque. For example, the average rent for a modest apartment in the city is just a few dollars shy of $1,300 a month. However, many households can't afford to pay that much money for rental housing.
Walmart stores closing in United States in 2023
Walmart has been closing stores in 2023 in a variety of states. The closures range from Wisconsin to Oregon. Here is a list of the Walmart closures by state. As of March 7, 2023, they numbered 10 stores in six different states and Washington D.C.
See New Mexico LAVA BEDS by DRONE!
New Mexico, while quiet now, was not too long ago a land of intense volcanism, where vasts amount of the landscape was covered in molten rock. In this video, I explore one of these lava beds by drone and brings its little-known wonders to life.
Stolen Anasazi Artifacts
A lot of the Artifacts from Chaco Canyon were hauled off and one man paid the ultimate price . #chaco canyon
Climate change worsens water crisis in New Mexico, urgent action needed
SANTA FE, NM. - In light of New Mexico's unprecedented water challenges, lawmakers are considering a bill to fully fund the Strategic Water Reserve, a management tool deemed essential for the state's water future. With climate change causing changes in weather patterns and the Rio Grande flowing less, water management tools like the Reserve are more critical than ever.
Red Flag warning issued for parts of South Central New Mexico and Far West Texas
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for parts of South Central New Mexico and Far West Texas due to dry and windy conditions. The warning will be in effect from noon through 7 pm MST on Wednesday, March 1, 2023.
Hazardous weather outlook: Blowing dust and strong winds expected in South Central New Mexico and Southwest Texas
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for several areas in south central and southwest New Mexico, as well as southwest Texas. The outlook covers a period from Wednesday, March 1, to Tuesday, March 7.
New Mexico lawmakers debate whether human operators should be required in autonomous vehicles
SANTA FE, NM. - New Mexico legislators are considering a new bill requiring autonomous vehicles always to have a human operator in the car. The proposed legislation, called House Bill 378, aims to ensure that autonomous vehicles are safe and compliant with traffic and motor vehicle laws in the state.
Haunted by Billy the Kid: Ghostly Encounters
Billy the Kid was an infamous gunslinger in the wild west. Though he is no longer among us, his ghost may be.
Discount retail chain to shut down 2 New Mexico stores: all items on sale
This week it was announced that the discount retailer named Tuesday Morning would close two of its stores in New Mexico. Tuesday Morning is a household merchandise discount store, priced below department and specialty stores. It opened its first store in 1974 and offers a wide range of home goods at low prices.
Employee Free Speech Act: New Mexico's latest legislation on employee rights
SANTA FE, NM - A new bill has been introduced to the New Mexico State Legislature to protect the rights of workers to express their political opinions without fear of retaliation. The Employee Free Speech Act, introduced by Representatives Eleanor Chavez and Janelle Anyanonu, aims to protect the freedom of employees to express their opinions on political matters without coercion from their employers.
Walmart is Closing Another Location in New Mexico
The Retailer is closing a location in Albuquerque. The opinion of the author is his own and has no affiliation with the topic that was included. Sources that are used in this article are the following: BestLifeOnline and for information about individuals, he used Wikipedia.
Winter storm to bring impacts of heavy snow, high winds, and severe thunderstorms in Western United States
Summary: Residents of Western US are advised to brace themselves for a winter storm that will bring heavy snow and strong winds from the Four Corners to the central High Plains this week. The storm is expected to spread from Tuesday to Wednesday and possibly reach the Upper Midwest and the Great Lakes by Thursday and Friday. The winter storm may also bring a corridor of ice, and the southern end of its cold front is expected to produce severe thunderstorms in the ArkLaTex and the Ohio Valley midweek.
New Mexico considers new restrictions on firearms: Fourth degree felony for possessing large-capacity magazines
SANTA FE, NM. - New Mexico is currently considering a new piece of legislation in the form of House Bill 101. The bill, introduced by Andrea Romero, aims to impose restrictions on the possession and transfer of firearms, specifically large-capacity magazines and assault weapons. The bill was introduced in the 56th Legislature of the State of New Mexico during its first session of 2023.