The Santa Fe New Mexican reports ( http://bit.ly/11mmuvR ) that the board last week reprimanded Deborah Aaron for allegedly lying about an addiction and failing to enroll in a treatment program after she pleaded no contest in August.
Aaron and the board agreed in July that she could keep her medical license if she enrolled in a monitored treatment plan and remained under board supervision.
But the board concluded last month that Aaron has failed to seek treatment.
Aaron said the New Mexico Medical Board's finding of her impairment is "malicious and unfounded."
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A pedestrian is in critical condition Thursday night after being struck by a car in downtown Albuquerque.
New Mexico honored a fallen hero Thursday as family, friends and law enforcement officers gathered for the funeral of Sandoval County Sheriff's Sergeant Robert Baron.
The repeat drunk driver who caused a crash that ultimately led to the death of an unborn baby is going to prison.
New Mexicans will have a chance to see the latest version of NASA's Orion spacecraft as it takes a road trip through the state as part of a four-week journey from Virginia to California.
A wish has come true for a Rio Grande High School student battling leukemia.
The Albuquerque NAACP said Thursday it backs the decision to fire the state police officer who shot at minivan full of kids, and the organization adds he's not the only officer who should be disciplined.