News Briefs: House of Cards looking for NM extras
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - How would you like to be in the hit show House of Cards? According to One Headlight Ink, the third season of the Netfli?
Another NM immigrant licenses repeal effort begins
ALBUQUERQUE (AP) ? Two New Mexico lawmakers have launched a new effort to repeal a state law that allows immigrants suspected of being in th?
NM Senators support massive spending bill, NM House Dems oppose
A massive spending bill that cleared the Senate late Saturday passed with reluctant support from New Mexico?s two Democratic senators... more »
?House of Cards? films season-three finale in NM
Joanna Going spent six months in New Mexico while working on "Wyatt Earp" during the mid-1990s.
'House of Cards' set to film in northern NM later this month
The smash-hit Netflix series "House of Cards" will take its show on the road to New Mexico for the third season, shooting an episode later this month in Santa Fe, Espanola and Las Vegas.
NM woman creates online site dedicated to military families
While there is no shortage of museums, monuments and memorials honoring the men and women who have served, or are still serving, in the U.S. military, an Albuquerque, N.M., family thinks there should be at least one place where the families of those men and women are honored for their service as well.
House names its committees
Of 14 standing committees, speaker picks eight new leaders and keeps six others from 2013. House Speaker Tina Kotek has named leaders and members of standing committees for the session that opens Jan. 12. Of 14 standing committees, excluding conduct, eight have new leaders and six are led by the ...
House gives nod to fight against IS
NM delegation split on defense policy bill
White Christmas possible for Albuquerque, parts of NM
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) ? With the series of snow storms that have been hitting Albuquerque lately, some are wondering, what are the chances of a?
Defense nominee wins NM delegation praise
New Mexico?s congressional delegation, representing a state with a heavy military presence, is generally supportive of President Obama?s decision to... more »