Clovis criminal trial attorney Jennifer Burrill recently announced her candidacy for the Ninth Judicial District Attorney for Curry and Roosevelt Counties.
The project is currently under construction and is expected to finish the intake by August.
Anyone who has not enrolled by March 31, 2014 will have to wait until the next open enrollment period at the end of the year.
David May will register as a life time sex offender and after getting out of prison will be placed on ten years intensive supervised probation, and lifetime parole supervision.
Department officers filed a misdemeanor charge in Quay County Magistrate Court against Bidegain alleging he was an accessory to the unlawful killing of a cougar.
The waste isolation pilot plant outside Carlsbad, New Mexico, detected a spike in radiation in an area half-a-mile below the ground.
The Water Trust Board (WTB) was created in 2001 to provide funding for urgent water infrastructure projects that meet the needs of regional state and water plans.
Students of all majors are encouraged to apply and internships may count toward college credit. Students should check with their respective college or university for requirements.
They join 15 other counties in the area with setting a burn ban.
New Mexico woman fighting thousands in traffic tickets her son racked up prior to his death.
Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico release officer lapel video of a dramatic shootout last October.
There were 40 students from 18 public institutions named to the 2014 All-State New Mexico Academic Team.
Tumbleweeds overrun Clovis. Some stacked so high, some people couldn't even get out of their homes.
John Masterson says life can change in a second.
Student accused of cheating and cyber-bullying after hacking into school computers to change grades.
Text of the State of the State Address delivered by Governor Susana Martinez from the chamber of the New Mexico House of Representatives today.
Teacher's strength and compassion shown in 911 call placed after Monday's shooting at a New Mexico school shooting.
Police dash cam is rolling during high speed chase last month in New Mexico.
Real-life version of "Breaking Bad" blue meth is showing up on the streets of Albuquerque.
New Mexico man receives $1.6 million settlement after illegal anal probe and forced colonoscopy.
Eastern New Mexico University has announced a $50,000 Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) grant project from the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement.
The federal suit filed last Monday says the commission let the license on La Mesa Racetrack and Casino expire on purpose after several construction delays.
Officers will be specifically targeting drunk and drug impaired drivers.
New Mexico 6th grader says he was assaulted by the school principal in a disagreement over basketball game.
Santa addresses controversy sparked by New Mexico high school teacher's controversial comments.
The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico is continuing its expansion of services in Roosevelt County by hosting a Special Food Distribution today at the Portales Memorial Building.
The suit was filed by "Swain Creations", a chocolate maker.
Commissioners in two districts were recalled last month: Dora Salinas-Mctigue in district one and Jimmy Sandoval in district two.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall welcomed the president's "Presidential Memorandum," challenging federal agencies to nearly triple their renewable energy consumption to 20 percent by 2020.
A hometown boy is taking the reigns of the Portales Police Department.
The Christmas Light Parade is a community celebration.
The computers were bought through the US Department of Educations Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics grant.
If you live in Curry County and still have questions about the Affordable Care Act, there's going to be an event tonight to answer those questions.
Positions Available in New Mexico and Washington, D.C. Offices
Charles Lopez sold a baggie of methamphetamine to undercover officers.
Reportedly a Santa Rosa player was cut by a sharpened object.
The 2014 Relay for Life Committee are inviting the community to attend the Clovis Rocks! 2014 Relay for Life Kickoff is scheduled tonight from 5:30 p.m. at the Clovis Rock N Roll Museum located at 105 E. Grand, Clovis.
If the referendum had passed, it would have banned most abortions after 20 weeks.
New Mexico mother battling breast cancer is told to stay away from daughter's school because she smells.
Governor Susana Martinez announced a proposal to bolster New Mexicos health care workforce by increasing the number of nurse educators in the state.
They say people have been getting phone calls claiming they've won a cash prize from "publishers clearing house" and asked to send money to a bank.
If you're interested in studying pharmacy you can meet with representatives from the New Mexico State University Pharmacy program.
Traffic Stop leads to multiple cavity searches of man suspected of carrying drugs inside his backside.
New Mexico teacher under fire for Facebook posts about killing students.
Agents seized 2.1 lbs of methamphetamine, 3 firearms, and $10,000 in US Currency.
Amendments to major energy efficiency bill would save taxpayers’ money, reduce water waste and set national renewable electricity standard.
Police say the motorcycle driver was struck from behind by the minivan, thrown off the motorcycle into the windshield of the minivan and onto the roadway.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) released a statement on the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Three positions on the Planning & Zoning Commission are open for election/re-election, two for members at large and one for a utility provider.
Chief Doug Jones had only been Chief in Portales since last November.