The Aggies are expecting to be in Arizona for five weeks, but could extend their stay depending on developments with the pandemic. They are hoping to play their first game next week.
Governors in many states, such as New York, Maryland, Virginia and Minnesota, have instead taken largely incremental measures over the past few days.
A New Mexico man has many reasons to be thankful this holiday season, after he survived COVID-19 and a double-lung transplant.
A total of 6 Native Americans have been elected or reelected to Congress, the most in U.S. history.
Mark Gooch has pleaded not guilty in an Arizona court to the shooting death of a Mennonite woman who disappeared from New Mexico in January.
In Arizona, Oct. 12 marked the first time that the state recognized Indigenous Peoples Day while still keeping Columbus Day a state holiday.
Robert Nelson allegedly fired through the passenger-side window of his vehicle at a uniformed state police officer working a law enforcement stop as part of a federal task force.
28-year-old Robert Benjamin Nelson of Scottsdale was booked into jail on suspicion of a slew of charges.
The combination of heat and dryness has led to more evaporation and crispy vegetation. Red flag warnings were in effect around the Southwest.
Large portions of New Mexico and much of neighboring Arizona face severe or extreme drought conditions.
A New Mexico man’s home security camera captured video of a “bolide“ meteor streak across the night sky on July 28.
President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr say federal agents will surge into Chicago and Albuquerque to help combat rising crime.
The agency says it’s now handing over 53 acres in Yuma County, Arizona, that is needed to install power and other utilities around the border wall there. Another 12.7 acres in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, were transferred so that the Army could install power and other utilities along with engineering or roads that provide access to the border wall project there.
People who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Arizona are being transferred to New Mexico hospitals because of staffing shortages and a lack of bed space, under a federal law that requires hospitals to accept patients from neighboring states if beds are available.
Tribal officials say 64,128 people on the reservation have been tested for the coronavirus and 5,856 people had COVID-19 but recovered.
The Navajo Nation is under another weekend curfew as the Native American community battles the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Reports from a dozen health care facilities on and near the Navajo Nation indicate more than 5,080 people have recovered. More than 54,700 people have been tested so far.
Arizona health officials reported 3,858 more confirmed coronavirus cases on Sunday, the most reported in a single day in the state so far and the seventh time in the last 10 days that daily cases surpassed the 3,000 mark.
An enormous shelf cloud loomed over Clovis, New Mexico before the onset of a storm.
The state Department of Health said the cases were reported to the New Mexico Poison Control Center, with the first coming in early May. The other cases occurred since May 29.