Tens of thousands of people gathered at Fort Marcy Park in Santa Fe Friday night the annual event burning of Zozobra.
See Friday night’s Zozobra photos here»
In court on Friday, jurors heard directly from the man on trial for the first time.
A Colfax County magistrate judge fined two Raton men more than $7,000 and sentenced one to 60 days in jail.
A judge has scheduled a hearing for an order to suspend the state’s system for teacher evaluations.
Three city of Roswell employees are considered heroes for ending a burglary suspect’s escape.
New signs are popping up along Route 66, guiding tourists to their destination.
Albuquerque Police arrested a suspect accused of robbing two men and firing a shotgun above their heads.
Moisture streaming in from the Pacific will continue to fuel thunderstorms through Saturday across most of western and central New Mexico.
New Mexico State Parks is teaming up with the tourism department to entice residents to stay in New Mexico this weekend.
Football season means long Friday nights and game days celebrated at high schools around the state, but some students at La Cueva said game …
Thieves have made off with a rare tommy gun from a historic New Mexico courthouse.
People in Albuquerque are taking matters into their own hands to get their stolen cars back.
The state is issuing a friendly reminder: don’t drink and drive this holiday weekend because the next notice won’t be so friendly.
UNM Vice President of Athletics, Paul Krebs, is in the Sports Office covering a variety of topics from cost of attendance to bidding to host…
State health officials are now investigating after 15 cases of Salmonella have been confirmed in New Mexico.
More information is leading to the cause of death of a 15-year-old Farmington boy.
The construction on the I-40 Coors Interchange will be finished earlier than planned.
Labor Day is September 7, 2015. Here is a list of closures and events around the state.