Udall Statement On DOJ Announcement Of ‘National Strategy To Address Missing And Murdered Native Americans’

U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.), vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, issued the following statement on the Department of Justice (DOJ) announcement of a “National Strategy to Address Missing and Murdered Native Americans,” which takes much of its framework from the Udall-co-sponsored Savanna’s Act that advanced to the Senate floor after passing the Indian Affairs Committee this week.

Tribal Ceremonial Shield Making Its Way Home to Pueblo of Acoma

  ACOMA PUEBLO, NM – The Pueblo of Acoma is pleased to announce that the Acoma Shield is making its way home. The shield has arrived in New Mexico and will be returned to Acoma shortly. Traditional Pueblo leaders visited with the Shield while it remains in the custody of the United States Department of […]

State Police Investigate Homicide In Taos County

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Agents identified Gregg Steele as a person of interest in the homicide. Steele was tracked down and arrested by the Taos County Sheriff’s Office and later released on unrelated charges to the investigation.

Bank Robbed Wednesday Afternoon


The New Mexico Bank & Trust location in Ranchitos on the corner of Carr Lane and Riverside Drive was robbed Wednesday, Dec. 2.   Espanola City Police took control of the crime site and by midafternoon Detective Eric Gallant with the Espanola Police Department confirmed that an FBI team was on site to oversee the investigation…