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The Roswell woman sought by U.S. Marshals on charges related to a 2021 murder and robbery in Albuquerque was apprehended late Thursday in Roswell after leading local police on a pursuit which ended with her crashing into a police unit.

It barely made it over the finish line, but in the waning hours of the 56th Legislative session, lawmakers were able to secure agreement on a …

Lawmakers filed a total of 1,294 legislative proposals during the 60-day session that ended Saturday, but only a small fraction of them have reached the governor's desk.

Some business partners based in California who have developed and managed hotels in Roswell for 14 years have announced their plans to open a recreational vehicle park…

The gavel fell at noon Saturday, bringing to an end a 60-day legislative session that featured everything from debate on contentious social issues to leadership shakeu…

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After several years going by with no fee increases at the Nancy Lopez Golf Course at Spring River, a list of new prices for use of the course and its equipment is unde…

Kevin Maevers, the city of Roswell’s Community Development Director, was dismissed Thursday afternoon. No specific reason was provided by the city for his termination.

U.S. Marshals are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the capture of a Roswell woman wanted on charges related to a 2021 robbery and murder in Albuquerque.

Keep Roswell Beautiful has unveiled a new anti-littering program inspired by nature itself. It asks people to consider how trees might react if they saw a person litte…

Local artist Gregg Burch, left, and Stephen Lee, commander of the American Legion Norman E. Harpole Roswell Post 61, right, pose with "Other People's Debts," a paintin…

This is a listing of public meetings for the coming week considered of interest to Pecos Valley residents.

After not reaching a consensus on some key changes proposed to Chapter 4 of the Roswell City Code, which pertains to animals, members of the city’s Public Safety Commi…

Several New Mexico Military Institute cadets placed high in individual and team competitions during the 2023 Rio Grande Chemistry Olympiad, with two students qualifyin…

The Roswell Independent School District board accepted a staff recommendation for the construction of modern heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems f…

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Correction: This article,“Woman to be tried for allegedly owning vicious dogs,” has been updated with the correct the description of the penalty for violating Section …

State and federal agencies have plugged numerous wells in a large oil field in Chaves County largely abandoned by well operators, with a local Bureau of Land Managemen…

Legislation to ban prescribed burns from being started when a high wind warning is in place is now headed to the governor's desk.

A longtime university baseball coach and a college senior have been confirmed to the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents.

A bill to establish dedicated and permanent sources of funding for land, water and habitat conservation projects has passed the New Mexico Legislature and is headed to…

Legislation to include two exemptions to current law that state law enforcement officers wear body cameras and does away with a provision that automatically presumes a…

The southeastern part of the state served by Southwestern Public Service Co., or Xcel Energy, had 136 bidders seeking to develop community solar projects totaling 598 …

Some local students participating in TRIO programs at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell arrive in Santa Fe Feb. 24 with ENMU-Roswell President Shawn Powell as part…

A revised version of a bill to revamp the state's tax code passed out of the New Mexico House of Representatives Sunday, moving a long-standing goal of the legislature…

A presentation about how information was disseminated soon after the 1947 Roswell incident — and how the event affects and fascinates people today — was among an array…

This is a listing of public meetings considered of interest to Pecos Valley residents.

The Roswell City Council on Thursday ratified Mayor Timothy Jennings’ appointment of Chad Cole for the position of city manager with a vote of 8-1.

Following nearly three hours of debate that highlighted the stark differences between the two political parties about the electoral system, a voting rights bill cleare…

Nine days before the end of the current legislative session, at least three bills related to firearms inched closer to passage in the New Mexico Legislature Wednesday,…