One out of every five senior citizens in New Mexico isn't getting enough to eat, according to a report from the United Health Foundation.
The vicious drought gripping the Southwest appears to have a bullseye on New Mexico. Wildfires are burning across the state and water is increasingly scarce. So scare, that early this month one town's well stopped delivering water completely.
The report, authored by Feeding America, ranked New Mexico first for child hunger, followed by Arizona in third place, Nevada in eighth, Texas in ninth place, and California tenth.
The Department of Homeland Security approved New Mexico's request to extend its border commercial zone Friday.
A Whole Foods Market store in the state's largest city is coming under fire for suspending two employees who said they complained about not being allowed to speak Spanish at work.
If you turn on a faucet in the town of Magdalena in central New Mexico, nothing will come out.
The Thompson Ridge Fire, which is still only 5 percent contained, is threatening multiple cultural sites in the Valles Caldera National Preserve.
A landfill in southern New Mexico, rumored to be the final resting place of the 1982 Atari video game "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," is about to be excavated. The big dig is part of a Canadian television company's attempt to unearth the legendary game.
Fire crews in New Mexico are battling gusty winds and decreasing humidity as they fight to contain the two wildfires burning in the Santa Fe National Forest.
The two wildfires burning in New Mexico are now 5 percent contained thanks to favorable weather conditions over the weekend.