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It was a grotesquely simple explanation for the horrific crash near Moriarty on Saturday that claimed the lives three family members and injured four others.
“I was drunk,” Caesar Chavez, 50, of Moriarty, told a judge Monday during his initial court appearance.
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A lone spaceport out in the New Mexico desert, about 55 miles away from the nearest city, is poised to become the future hub for space tourism in the United States. That is, as long as its commercial spaceflight tenants (like Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic) start flying customers soon.
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Gov. Susana Martinez said Wednesday that deaths caused last year in New Mexico by drunken drivers were at a 36-year low, reigniting a debate over whether the state is on the right track in making roadways safer.
By Sen. George Muñoz
Senate District 4, Cibola, McKinley and San Juan counties
The latest legislative session is now history; it is amazing what people who care about New Mexico can accomplish in 30 days. When I first campaigned for state senator in District 4 representing Cibola, McKinley and San Juan counties, I had several priorities that I believed and still believe are important to our families and communities.
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Former Gov. Garrey Carruthers remembers that, although U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici was adept at bringing federal money into New Mexico, the now-retired chairman of the Senate Budget Committee used to warn about being too dependent on largess from Washington, D.C., and the need to diversify the economy.
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Lawmakers approved three pieces of anti-crime legislation Thursday in eleventh-hour votes that propose allowing judges to access violent crime suspects’ juvenile records, and hand down stricter sentences for habitual DWI offenders and child pornographers.
Former Gov. Garrey Carruthers remembers that while U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici was adept at bringing federal money into New Mexico, the now-retired chairman of the Senate Budget Committee used to warn about being too dependent on largess from Washington, D.C., and the need to diversify the economy.
After an unprecedented decision to boot members of the state Attorney General’s Office off the Capitol floor, New Mexico senators voted 40-0 Wednesday night for a bill increasing penalties for possession and trafficking of child pornography.