• New tech finding orphaned wells leaking methane in New Mexico

    Hari Viswanathan Across New Mexico and the entire United States, hundreds of thousands of undocumented, orphaned oil-and-gas wells have the potential to pollute water and leak methane and other toxic gases into the atmosphere, contributing to rising global temperatures. The first challenge to plugging these wells is locating them. A methane moment Carbon dioxide gets the spotlight as a heat-trapping greenhouse gas that's driving up average global temperatures, but methane is more than a bit...

  • Spying in Mexico Strikes a New Victim: the President's Ally (New York Times)

    New York Times: Spying in Mexico Strikes a New Victim: the President's Ally  —  While looking into abuses by the armed forces, the country's top human rights official was targeted with Pegasus, the world's most notorious spyware, The Times found.  —  Natalie Kitroeff reported from Mexico City and Ronen Bergman from Tel Aviv.

  • 3 People Killed and 6 Injured in New Mexico Shooting (New York Times)

    New York Times: 3 People Killed and 6 Injured in New Mexico Shooting  —  The shooter, an 18-year-old, was killed by the police, the authorities said.  Two police officers were among the injured.  —  An 18-year-old gunman fired indiscriminately while roaming a residential street in Farmington, N.M. …

  • Chilling new video shows New Mexico gunman, 18, screaming 'kill me' before being shot dead

    Cameras in the Farmington neighborhood recorded a voice said to be 18-year-old Beau Wilso urging police to 'kill me' and officers rushing toward the gunman, before shooting him dead.

  • New infighting surfaces in classified documents case

    New infighting surfaces in classified documents case (Second column, 6th story, link) Related stories:Ex-White House Lawyer Predicts JAIL for TrumpMAGA fund founder backs DeSantis!GOODWIN: Republicans damned if they do, damned if they don't with Don's candidacy

  • New Yorkers Describe Their Worst Experiences With Rats

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  • El Pollo Loco coming to New Mexico

    When Raising Cane's came to Albuquerque last week, the line wrapped around the block. But the Louisiana-founded chicken chain isn't the only national chicken franchise setting up shop in New Mexico. El Pollo Loco, which has nearly 500 locations, has signed a new territory agreement for Northern Colorado, El Paso – and New Mexico. Nine locations are planned for the Land of Enchantment. The first is due to open in November 2024, although no addresses have been set yet. The restaurant chain was...

  • At least three killed in New Mexico shooting

    An 18-year-old gunman killed three people and injured several others including two police officers during a shooting in a New Mexico city on Monday, law enforcement said. Officers responding to multiple emergency calls found “a chaotic scene where a male subject was actively firing upon individuals,” local police deputy chief Baric Crum told a press conference. […]

  • Bear spotted roaming the streets of New Mexico town

    A screen grab shows footage of a bear spotted roaming the streets of Farmington this weekend. (Farmington Police Department via KOAT-TV) A small bear was found roaming the streets of Farmington on Sunday morning, Journal partner KOAT-TV reports. Farmington Police say a concerned person reported a bear sighting near the Walmart. Police say the bear was later observed running toward a hotel and restaurant before going into the parking lot of a mall. New Mexico Game and Fish officers were called,...

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    Former Texas, New Mexico player Hullaby dies

    Jaden Hullaby, a former football player at both New Mexico and Texas, has died, both schools announced Monday on social media.

  • A new start after 60: I had my first psychedelic experience at 68

    After hearing some home truths from his wife on his 65th birthday, Scott Wright was determined to figure out ‘who the hell I was’. He ended up on a hallucinogenic retreat in MexicoAt his 65th birthday party, Scott Wright’s wife, Martha, made a toast. Her speech, in front of their friends and family, highlighted the accomplishments of Wright’s eclectic career.He had grown up in Chicago, she began, starting out as a radio DJ, before working as a promotion executive for the record label Epic on...

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    Neighbors and eyewitnesses describe New Mexico mass shooting

    "My body went into a fight or flight response. He was shooting this way, so I didn't want to be collateral damage," one resident said.