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1. ‘The Bachelor’ misspells Santa Fe, disappoints councilor

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“The Bachelor” may have brought part of his love story to Santa Fe, but right now, city councilors are not so in love with his producers. Read more» 

2. Women suing Tijeras Mayor after scrapbook scandal

The woman accused of stealing scrapbooks from a senior center, then had a court dismiss the charges, has now filed a lawsuit for violation of civil rights. Read more» 

3. Officer confronts alleged cop shooter in court

The man charged with attempted murder for shooting at an APD police officer faced a judge today — and so did the police officer he shot. Read more» 

4. Still no arrests 6 years after West Mesa murders discovery

It was six years ago that Albuquerque realized it had a serial killer. The bones of eleven women were found buried on the city’s west mesa. Read more» 

5. 4 dead in separate overnight ABQ shootings

Sunday was a violent night in Albuquerque as officers were called out to three separate shootings and a crash that ended in a suicide. Read more» 

6. Police arrest dad shot by 3-year-old son

The Albuquerque mom and dad who made national headlines for being shot by their 3-year old are now facing criminal charges. Read more »

7. 13 Investigates: Bosses caught embezzling employee money

Something is wrong in Taos and the focus is on a northern New Mexico healthcare facility. Read more»

8. APD officer critically injured in hit and run crash

The Albuquerque Police Department confirmed the victim in Tuesday night’s hit-and-run crash on I-40 is APD Officer Ray Loomis. The suspect accused of fleeing the scene was eventually arrested. Read More »

9.Man suing NM Lottery over $500K ticket ‘misprint’

A New Mexico man claims he won more than $500,000 on a lottery scratcher, only to find out the New Mexico Lottery won’t pay him. The Lottery’s answer for why they’re not paying, isn’t sitting well with the ticket buyer. Now, he’s suing. Read More »

10. Ransomware rakes in millions from average computer users

It counts on bad habits, it preys on panic, and it works. Read more»

11. Police: Mom and son team up to rob


A Santa Fe man who admitted to robbing six stores in a four-day span now admits he had some help from his own mother to fuel their drug habit. Read More»

12. Heat sensing cameras capture PIN numbers

Infrared technology allows pilots to land in fog, lets firefighters see through smoke and gives military troops an upper hand using night vision. Read More»

13. Deli owner douses customer in coffee

Times Square Deli in Albuquerque has always been known for its sizzling cuisine, but now it’s known for a sizzling argument. Read More»

14. Evictions awaiting Tent City holdouts

The City of Albuquerque has won a victory in its effort to clear out Tent City, and now it will turn to legal means to get everyone out of the downtown camp. Read More» provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover. In order to comment here, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to our Terms of Service. Users who violate these terms, including use of vulgar language or racial slurs, will be banned. Please be respectful of the opinions of others. If you see an inappropriate comment, please flag it for our moderators to review.

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