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Man and Chaves County Sheriff’s deputy exchange gunfire; Police say suspect...

The New Mexico State Police are investigating a shooting between officers and a man in Chaves County late Wednesday afternoon. There were no injuries...

Candidate for Congress visits with citizens at local eatery

Tony Martinez met with about 30 citizens in Roswell Wednesday evening at Los Cerritos Mexican Kitchen as part of his campaign for Congress. The 58-year-old...

Event fees to be enforced under proposed city policy

The city of Roswell is considering a new policy that will change processes and require fees for many events, raising some questions about how...

Crash in south Roswell sends drivers to hospital

Victims from a two-vehicle crash in south Roswell that led to the impacted vehicle striking a utility pole were transported to a local hospital...

Civil rights group criticizes ICE presence at checkpoint

A Santa Fe-based civil and worker's rights organization criticized the presence of immigration agents at a highway checkpoint Wednesday in eastern New Mexico, saying...

Film residency cards issued by state agencies

The New Mexico Film Office and the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department are issuing residency cards to New Mexicans. People interested can provide documentation...

Invaders ready for Pecos playoffs; Roswell ends regular-season home schedule with...

The Roswell Invaders professional baseball team has earned a seventh consecutive trip to the Pecos League playoffs and if the young league's history is...

Highway closed as police investigate shootout

U.S. Route 380 east of Roswell remains closed tonight as police investigate a shootout involving a Chaves County sheriff's deputy and a man. Sheriff Britt...

Crash in south Roswell sends drivers to hospital

Victims from a two-vehicle crash in south Roswell that led to the impacted vehicle striking a utility pole were transported to a local hospital...

City Council approves $147 million budget; Spending plan funds new recreation...

The Roswell City Council on Tuesday afternoon unanimously approved a $146.5 million spending plan for the city, a budget amount nearly large enough to...

Three local schools recognized for test score achievements

Three elementary schools in Roswell have been recognized for having the top gains in student test scores at the local level. In the backdrop of...