ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Researchers are joining forces Thursday to try to figure out a solution to our water crisis.
Sandia National Labs and the Atlantic Council are exploring solutions at a water conference in Albuquerque.
Right now there is a huge gap between supply and demand in the west despite efforts like conservation and desalination.
“There’s people talking about direct re-use of wastewater and there’s people talking about redoing major policies there’s people talking about managing agriculture efficiency,” Jesse Roach said.
With the way New Mexico is using water now, researchers say there is no way we will have enough to sustain future generations.
Celebrating one of his personal heroes, President Barack Obama praised Nelson Mandela as the last great liberator of the 20th century, urging the world to carry on his legacy by fighting inequality, poverty and discrimination.
Operation Gingerbread arrived in Albuquerque Tuesday for an event to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Meet Meggie, this week's Pet of the Week. If you're interested in Meggie or any other furry four-legged friend, call the Animal Humane Association of New Mexico at visit the Animal Humane website.
It's an industry growing exponentially, but training for it is not.
A Colorado company is recalling 45 tons of meat and poultry products a federal agency says were produced under unsanitary conditions.
New Mexico could become the third state in the nation to let doctors help their terminally-ill patients end their lives by prescribing medication to end their suffering.