Despite the recent snowstorm in northern Arizona, the Navajo Nation has mended most pipes and has delivered water to the 10,000 people experiencing shortages.
The severe drought helped shrink the nation's cattle herd to its smallest size in six decades. Fronteras Desk spoke to one rancher last August who was already feeling the pinch.
The Republican governors of Nevada, New Mexico and now Arizona are all supporting Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, despite longstanding GOP opposition to the plan.
When New Mexico’s 60-day legislative session opens next week, one topic sure to ignite fierce debate for the third straight year is driver's licenses.
The state of Texas wants the U.S. Supreme Court to resolve a major water dispute with neighboring New Mexico.
Northern New Mexico is abuzz with the strange story of a suspected tire-slashing politician.
Longtime New Mexico Speaker of the House Ben Lujan died Tuesday, following an announcement last January that he was battling Stage 4 lung cancer.
ACLU New Mexico hopes to influence the upcoming immigration reform debate by advocating for drastic changes in security along the border.
A New Mexico District Court Judge upheld a decision denying the pumping of millions of gallons of ground water in the state’s rural Southwest plains.
A recent study finds income inequality has risen drastically in the United States since the 1970s. Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas have among the widest gaps between rich and poor.