07, May 2013 - New Mexico: Native pueblos to Georgia O'Keeffe
Striped balloons dot a bright blue sky. Red rocks silhouette a lone dead tree. A white ladder leans on a brown adobe dwelling. On a road trip around New Mexico, this mix of motifs and cultures seems to echo across the centuries and turn up at every stop, whether you're visiting 1,000-year-old native villages, churches from the era of Spanish conquistadors or the landscape that inspired 20th ...
20, Apr 2013 - Former NM judge accused in alleged bribery scandal pleads no contest to misdemeanor misconduct
FILE - In this May 20, 2011 file photo, suspended State District Judge Michael Murphy, center, speaks with his defense attorneys Margaret Strickland, left, and Michael Stout during a hearing in the Third Judicial District Court in Las Cruces, N.M. A change of plea hearing is scheduled for Murphy, the retired Las Cruces judge accused of funneling bribes to former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson ...
12, Apr 2013 - UNM brain study probes criminal pattern
It might sound like science fiction, but a new study by a University of New Mexico professor claims to be able to predict which convicted criminals will reoffend after they’re released from jail.