A New Mexico man is just the latest Uber driver to discover they were unwittingly aiding and abetting criminals fleeing authorities.
Nike announced it would nix selling a new shoe with an Revolutionary War-era American flag after Colin Kaepernik expressed displeasure with the flag, calling it offensive.
Martha Crouch was arrested Monday in New Mexico and was charged with child abuse and extreme cruelty to animals.
Most Americans take clean drinking water for granted as a convenience of modern life.
Additional storm warnings for Missouri include large hail and strong wind gusts.
The New Mexico Department of Health is urging people to get tested following two confirmed cases of the virus stemming from treatment at an Albuquerque spa.
Brandon Reynolds, 36, who was enraged at his daughter's attitude towards homework, decided to discipline her by spanking her with a shoe. The incident reportedly led to the 5-year-old's death.
Jason Cordova, 33, of Española in Rio Arriba County, now faces up to 20 years and six months in prison.
"New Mexico will not take part in the president's charade of border fear-mongering by misusing our diligent National Guard troops," Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said.
Rescue dogs were brought in to help search for anyone who may be buried under the snow.
The family survived by staying hunkered down in their pickup truck.
The husband of a Democratic New Mexico State House candidate was seen on video tearing down the sign of his wife's Republican opponent.
Arthur Perrault, 80, evaded the law for almost three decades in Tangier, Morocco after allegedly committing a "long history of child sex abuse against vulnerable victims." He was extradited and back on American soil as of Friday and formally charged in federal court with criminal aggravated sexual abuse and abusive sexual contact with one boy on federally-protected land.
"The decision to vacate was based on the logistical challenges associated with protecting personnel," AURA said.
A New Mexico Republican candidate placed doubt on Democratic opponent's Native American heritage, suggesting a genuine Laguna Pueblo tribe member would not support "open borders."
"You could tell people were in distress, screams were coming from bus," one eyewitness said.
Eleven children and five adults were found starving and living in squalor in a heavily armed compound without electricity or plumbing.
He was just buying candy.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, was arrested last week, along with four other people, after 11 children were found in devastating conditions on the compound in Taos, New Mexico.
"People live off the grid, but man, not like this."
The now-viral video shows a Border Patrol agent questioning bus riders' citizenship in New Mexico.
Her symptoms gradually got worse until she had to visit the ER.
More than 100 firefighters were on scene working to contain the flames.