A couple craft fairs around the city this weekend are helping to expose local artists’ work.
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Rich aromas wafting around Expo New Mexico this weekend, for the annual Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Fest.
The city and state are trying something new to help troubled teens turn their lives around, while helping unwanted dogs in the process.
Spring is a period for renewal and rebirth, sparking a time of year referred to by animal shelters as “kitten season.”
The city council Monday night voted on several amendments in the Albuquerque Bernalillo Comprehensive Plan, also known as the ABC to Z Proje…
The official start of spring is just around the corner but it’s already been a tough start to this year’s allergy season.
Three airmen have been killed in that plane crash that caught fire during training at Cannon Air Force Base.
A local apartment complex is dealing with a stinky situation.
New Mexico’s film industry is now part of an exhibit now open at the Albuquerque Museum for everyone to enjoy.
An Amber Alert that was issued early Sunday morning for a 15-year-old girl who authorities say was abducted by an armed and dangerous suspec…
A KRQE News 13 Larry Barker investigation exposed his misdeeds. Now, a luxury home builder and former Albuquerque Public Schools teacher fac…
Studies and experts agree, New Mexico teens’ drug use is among the highest in the nation.
They may have been in your playground equipment once upon a time, now they’re art.
This weekend you have a chance to see a local restaurant, putting New Mexico on the country’s food map.
Albuquerque sinks on a national list ranking the best places to live in the country.