Local officials say the need for subsidized and assisted living facilities in Socorro County growing.
Luke Dienlen, a former Socorro County roads department mechanic, has filed a lawsuit against the department and the Board of County Commissioners that accuses his superiors of retaliating against him after he states working conditions were unsafe and not up to standards.
A 5-year-old child was attacked by a 4-year-old Rottweiler June 16, and the dog was then shot by a person who owned a concealed carry permit.
Tanya Pyke isn't one to just sit on the sidelines and watch the action as a spectator.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) reminds New Mexicans that the state's prohibition of texting while driving went into effect July 1.
Kirtland Air Force Base gathered 25 high school students to begin their exploration of space on June 23, all thanks to the local chapter of the nonprofit Tuskegee Airmen Inc.
New Mexico's standing as a paleontological hot spot has once again been confirmed.
A black bear was struck and killed by the driver of a 2010 Chevy Impala Saturday on Interstate 25 near San Acacia.
Court documents attached with memos from the Office of Navajo Labor Relations (ONLR) stated it has initiated its own investigations in regard to complaints filed against Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc. Executive Director Michael Hawkes.
With extraordinarily dry weather and the eccentricity of Fourth of July week, a few man-made fires occurred recently, according to local fire officials.
Success is great, but there are other ways to win in life, according Joel Partridge. This is the message the coach hopes to instill in local youth through the Socorro Warrior Junior Wrestling program.
It is clear to the children and staff members of the Socorro Youth Center that sustainable gardening through reusable items is a flourishing environmental concept.
County officials are looking into creating a new inmate coordinator position to combat potential problems that could arise as a result of inmates who suffer from mental health issues as well as the jail's inability to hold more people.
As state representatives and local stakeholders lobby to strengthen Payment in Lieu of Taxation (PILT) funding from the federal government, Socorro County recently received about $420,000 more in from the federal government than its officials anticipated at the beginning of the fiscal year.
Hotona Secatero, an Alamo Navajo School Board, Inc. business office employee, filed a petition for domestic abuse and motion for temporary protection order May 8 in Alamo Family District Court of the Navajo Nation against the school board's executive director Michael Hawkes.