Carl's Jr. Is Testing a CBD-Infused Burger on 4/20

In celebration of the unofficial all-things-cannabis holiday April 20, Carl' s Jr. plans to test out a CBD-infused burger. The fast-food chain' s" Rocky Mountai
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Bill advances to ban coyote-killing contests in New Mexico

The state Senate has passed a bill that would ban contests to see who can shoot and kill the most coyotes
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New Mexico angling to become home of New Deal art museum

An effort is underway in New Mexico to build support for establishing a national museum dedicated to the art that resulted from the New Deal more than 80 years
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Ruling: Arrest by reserve deputy OK despite limited status

A state court ruling says that it was constitutionally reasonable for a reserve sheriff's deputy to briefly arrest a DWI suspect although the reserve deputy was
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New Mexico may ban conviction question on job applications

The New Mexico state Senate has approved a bill that would remove criminal history questions from initial job applications in the private sector
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New Mexico proposal seeking environmental reviews stalls

Business and city leaders, electric utilities and others have concerns about proposed legislation in New Mexico that would require sweeping environmental review
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New Mexico bill to boost school funding heads to House vote

The Democrat-led New Mexico House of Representatives is poised to approve a spending plan for the coming fiscal year that would channel a windfall of state inco
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New Mexico weighs new authority for oilfield regulators

New Mexico oilfield regulators would recover the authority to directly levy civil fines against well operators under proposed legislation backed by the administ
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Task force to address New Mexico's public pension problems

Officials who oversee one of New Mexico's major public pension funds say they're encouraged Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is creating a task force to address moun
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New Mexico oil and gas lease sale nets $35 million

The State Land Office says this month's oil and natural gas lease sale has netted more than $35 million
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House spending plan would raise teacher salaries 6 percent

State general fund spending would increase by about 11 percent and provide a 6 percent pay increase for public school teachers across New Mexico under a budget
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Winter weather expected to strike New Mexico

Parts of New Mexico are expected to be hit with winter weather that will bring snow and cold temperatures
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Emotional funeral for Sala held in his Argentine hometown

Family, friends, supporters and former teammates paid tribute to striker Emiliano Sala in his Argentine hometown, almost four weeks after he died when the plane
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Lawmakers: US budget measure includes $50M for Amtrak route

Lawmakers say a federal budget compromise approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump provides $50 million of additional federal funding to mainta
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New Mexico Senate confirms appointments of 5 new UNM regents

The state Senate has confirmed Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's appointments of five new members of the University of New Mexico Board of Regents
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The Latest: House approves more spending from state trust

The New Mexico House of Representatives has voted in favor of a proposed constitutional amendment that would increase spending from a state education trust fund
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Judge sets conditions of release for ex-priest

A New Mexico judge has set conditions of release for a former Catholic priest accused of kidnapping and raping a 6-year-old boy in the 1980s
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New Mexico Chicano leader Tijerina is subject of new film

Reies Lopez Tijerina, a Pentecostal preacher turned activist who led a violent raid of a northern New Mexico courthouse more than 50 years ago, is the subject o
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Gun-seizure laws grow in popularity since Parkland shooting

Last year's mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, prompted a number of states to pass "red flag" laws that allow law enforcement or family member
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Lujan Grisham appoints 5 to University of New Mexico regents

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is making appointments to fill five seats on the University of New Mexico Board of Regents
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More states adopting gun-seizure laws after Parkland tragedy

In the year since the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school, nine states have passed laws making it easier to take guns away from people who may be suic
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New Mexico Catholic ex-priest arrested for child rape

A former Catholic priest on the Santa Fe Archdiocese's list of clergy members credibly accused of sexually abusing children has been arrested
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3 move to safety as train smashes into stuck car

It was a close call for three people in a car that got stuck in the snow on a railroad crossing in Cass County
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In soccer-mad Argentina, women fight sexism and inequality

Macarena Sanchez takes a stand to turn female soccer professional in Argentina
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