NM High Court To Hear Internet Cafe Gambling Case - Associated Press and Las Cruces Sun-News
The New Mexico Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case about a Las Cruces man accused of running a gambling enterprise out of his Internet cafe.
The Las Cruces Sun-News reports that the state's high court recently said it will hear arguments next month in the case involving businessman Michael T. Vento.
Silver Fire Jumps To 125 Square Miles - Associated Press
A furious wildfire torching through the mountains of southern New Mexico's Gila National Forest has grown to 125 square miles and is expected to keep expanding.
Fire officials said late Monday that the Silver Fire continued to burn to the north and west as crews battled the raging blaze amid dry and breezy conditions.
Officials say the fire remains 20 percent contained, mainly in the south toward the bottom of the inferno.
Audit: NM Mental Health Companies In Possible Fraud - Associated Press
2 Rival Albuquerque Gangs Agree To 'Truce' - KRQE-TV and Associated Press
Members from two rival gangs in Albuquerque have called a truce.
KRQE-TV reports that leaders from two of the largest African American gangs in Albuquerque — the Kirk Town Piru and Blackstone Rangers — agreed to a truce Saturday during a meeting in a city park.
Both sides promised that they would no longer engage in physical fights or shootings.
Border Security Amendment Offered In Senate -Associated Press