ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - While the government shutdown is entering its 14th day, the offices of New Mexico's congressional delegation are back open.
Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich both closed their six officers and furloughed about 75 percent of their staff.
Representatives from both offices say their employees are now able to work with New Mexicans, but there will still be limitations.
Rep. Steve Pearce had initially furloughed his staff but brought them back last week.
Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham was operating on rotating furloughs, but has now put everyone back to work.
And Ben Ray Lujan has kept his staff working since the beginning of the government shutdown.
Deputies were led on a chase around 4 p.m. Monday after a person called 911 to report their vehicle had been stolen and was being driven recklessly around Albuquerque.
New Mexico could have hundreds of millions of dollars more to spend as legislators get ready to put together next year's budget in the upcoming legislative session.
Organizers of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl are hoping to shed the disappointing attendance numbers that weighed down the event last year when the Colorado State Rams and the Washington State Cougars face off Dec. 21.
It appears there's a temporary fix for the quickly dwindling lottery scholarship program.
A San Juan County man has been arrested for his sixth DWI by the same officer who's arrested him before.
A police shooting was avoided in this weekend in Clovis after officers came face to face with an armed man.