New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, seen here speaking Monday, has apologized for her handling of complaints against her hotel room after a staff holiday party in Santa Fe. Russell Contreras/AP hide caption

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Residents who used to have to describe where their house was are now getting official home addresses. Carrie Jung/KJZZ hide caption

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Navigating Navajo Nation Soon To Be Easier For Amazon, Ambulances

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Jesus In A Lowrider: El Rito's Santero Carves Saints In Modern Clothing

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Seven Decades Ago, A New, Enormous Kind Of Explosion

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For New Mexico's Chiles, The Enemy Isn't Just Drought But Salt, Too

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Thanks to unusually heavy monsoon rains, mesa land east of Ghost Ranch in New Mexico has erupted into vibrant green life — an unusual sight in this region. courtesy Harvey Day hide caption

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New Mexico's Northern Landscape Gets A New Burst Of Color

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A worker drives an electric cart past air monitoring equipment inside a storage room of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad, N.M., shown in this undated photo. Anonymous/AP hide caption

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