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The Advisory Council on Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Disease Disablement exists to review and monitor the workers’ compensation system in New Mexico and to report every year to the Governor and Legislature. The Advisory Council may make recommendations about the law.

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Española school red-tagged, kids to stay home

ESPANOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – A New Mexico school must have all kids out of a building by Friday because state inspectors red-tagged it. The building on North Coronado Avenue houses the Cariños de los Niños Charter School and the Española public schools kindergarten and pre-k program.


Navajo boy sent home from TX school because of hair length

SEMINOLE, Texas - When all other Seminole, Texas students were headed to their first day of school on Monday, one little boy was sent home because his hair was too long. The five-year-old boy, Malachi Wilson, is a part of the Navajo Nation, and according to his parents, it’s against their religion to cut his hair. CBS 7`s Lauren Lanmon reports.


New Mexico candidate features terrorist in ad campaign

A New Mexico candidate is using a shocking image in his new ad campaign. It features the terrorist who beheaded an American journalist.


Driver who ran over, critically injured 4-year-old will not be charged

Adrian Franco`s mother believes justice was not served
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —A driver accused of critically injuring a little boy will not be charged with a crime. The man was accused of running over Adrian Franco, 4, and then taking off.


TSA Travel Tips: Labor Day & Back to School Travel

Labor Day is quickly approaching! It’s likely you are either off to school, taking an end of summer trip, or just plopping down on your couch and watching the tube. Whatever it is you’re doing, if you’re traveling by commercial aircraft, here are some tips and links to other posts that will help get you on your way.


Military and Veterans` Affairs legislative committee meets to hear veterans` issues

Representatives from all over the state listening to Grant County veterans` concerns
SILVER CITY >> The New Mexico Legislature Military and Veteran`s Affairs Committee met all day Monday at the Grant County Business and Conference Center to listen to various local groups about a wide range of veterans` issues. The committee is chaired by Rep. Rudy Martinez, D-Bayard. Diane Hamilton, R-Silver City, also sits on the committee.


`Breaking Bad` cleans up at Emmys; Cranston thanks New Mexico

Albuquerque-based TV series "Breaking Bad" went out with a bang Monday evening at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards. Its final season won the Emmy for best drama once again, and swept all the acting categories where its stars were nominated.


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Drought causing earth to `buoy up,` scientists say

Survey finds little gain from exchange campaign

LANL may increase production of weapon triggers