Published January 22, 2017 By Arlyssa Becenti and Cindy Yurth BURNSIDE JUNCTION, ARIZONA – A Blue Gap, Arizona man was killed Thursday night in an accident that caused a diesel spill and closed U.S. 191 between Burnside and Chinle for nearly 15 hours. According to a report by the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Benton Fatt, […]
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Not until legislators balance this year’s budget can they begin work in earnest on a budget for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1.
Similar legislation easily cleared the state Senate with bipartisan support.
The Women’s March was easily the largest gathering to date on Las Cruces’ new plaza, which opened last year.
By Mahmoud Zidan Very few had seen the massacring of Palestinians, the destruction of Palestine, and the expulsion of Palestinians en masse in 1948. One may have seen a documentary on or read about the tragedy, but it is never the same as seeing and bearing witness to it firsthand. Yet, in the morning of […]
This week, Justin and Jeremy discuss some local challenges to church/state separation and civil liberties in New Jersey, Kentucky, Washington […]
To transfer control of his companies, the president has to submit filings in Florida, Delaware and New York. We spoke to officials in each of those states.
As promised, President Trump kept it short, and largely avoided lofty language.