LAS CRUCES - The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government has advised New Mexico State University regents they would violate the state's Open Meeting Act if they negotiated with a presidential candidate over the weekend before publicly announcing their choice.However, regents chair Mike Cheney said the board doesn't plan to begin negotiations until after they hold a public vote on the ...
Michael Hays The selection of Garrey Carruthers to be NMSU's next president has elicited contrasting responses: almost universal silence from almost all those who the regents think do not count, and almost universal appeals for rallying around the regents' choice from all those who think that they or the regents count. These appeals are necessary because the choice of Carruthers is ...
North Korea launched three short-range guided missiles into the sea off the Korean Peninsula's east coast Saturday, South Korea's semi-official news agency Yonhap cited the South Korean Defense Ministry as ...
Federal transportation investigators will work to determine what caused two passenger trains to collide during rush hour in Connecticut, sending dozens to the ...
Of the $605 million in spending allocated to all NMSU campuses for the 2012-2013 school year, about 42.6 percent is slated for salaries, according to the latest available numbers. That $204 million for salaries is up 2.6 percent, or $5.3 million, from last ...
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As human beings, memories are our most cherished possession. So what would happen if you couldn't trust them as your own? Isn't it your memories that show you are real, that give proof of your prior existence? Is your memory not your identity? What would happen if the past you had stored in your mind was not really yours? What if it belonged to someone else, or possibly, to no one at all? This is ... ...
RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) - A man riding a dirt bike west of Rio Rancho sailed over a cliff late Friday and fell an estimated 150 feet down the escarpment toward the Rio Puerco Valley. At 8 p.m. aerial video from Sky News 13 showed responders from the Rio Rancho Fire Department and Sandoval County had rappelled down the cliff with a litter and had reached the biker. An officer already had been ...
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Some Albuquerque neighborhoods are on alert by the state Department of Health after a rabid bat was found near to two schools and with children seen getting very close to it. The state wants to find those children and make sure neither they nor anyone else came in contact with the bat, so it sent letters to schools and notices to residents. A letter warning residents that a ...
Updated 6:20 p.m. LAS CRUCES - A New Mexico State University mechanical engineering student died in a fatal car crash on U.S. 180 Thursday morning. Nicholas Clegg, 22, was near Deming when another driver, heading north, swerved into oncoming traffic. Clegg swerved to avoid the driver, lost control of his 2011 Toyota and hit a guard rail. He rolled several times and was ejected from the ...
"You're in New Mexico, and there's rabies out here, and you need to be careful," said resident Steve Romero. "It's not totally surprising because of the rodent population and rabies being alive and well, and we have everything else around here this time of ...
stood in stark contrast to one week ago when a 6-year-old girl was reported as abducted and molested. Police didn't send out an alert on that abduction at a North Valley apartment complex. Less than a week later a 4-year-old girl was kidnapped from the same complex 30 feet away from the first crime scene. She, however, was shoved from the car as the kidnapper fled the complex with the ...
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He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Independiente Santa Fe defeated Gremio 1-0 and advanced to the quarter-finals of the Copa Libertadores.
The result at El Campin stadium Thursday left the teams tied 2-2 on aggregate but the Colombian outfit progressed on away goals, reports Xinhua.
Forward Wilder Medina broke the deadlock in the 79th minute by playing a one-two with Omar Perez before jinking past three defenders and firing a low shot past goalkeeper Dida.
Gremio had the chance to equalise in injury time when a bungled clearance by goalkeeper Camilo Vargas left Chile international forward Eduardo Vargas needing only to tap into an unguarded net.
But the Napoli loanee fired over the crossbar to secure the Brazilian club's elimination.
Independiente Santa Fe will meet Peru's Real Garcilaso in the quarterfinals.
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