The New Mexico Department of Health says they are investigating an increase of cases of Shigella in Lea, Chaves, and Eddy counties.
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The man who caused a scare on the University of New Mexico campus is now in federal custody.
Students at Cibola High School are practicing tolerance in a very visual way.
A woman is charged with vehicular homicide after allegedly driving drunk and hitting someone.
A state audit shows some residents of Moriarty were getting a break on their water bills because of who they are.
The Navajo Nation will be well represented at the presidential inaugural parade.
Grants police say thieves are skipping the pumps and taking gasoline right from people’s cars.
Durango police are searching for three women suspected of a violent purse snatching.
A state lawmaker doesn’t think there should be a statute of limitations on child sexual abuse lawsuits.
Some Republicans and Democrats think taxing marijuana could help solve the state’s money problems.
Police in Rio Rancho are still looking for the suspects in last month’s smash-and-grab at a gun store there.
The new sportsplex on Albuquerque’s Westside is now closer to becoming a reality.
An Albuquerque mother is facing charges after a girl was assaulted at a party at her home.
A man is behind bars for allegedly breaking into two metro gun shops, and it was his own mom who turned him in.
“Better Call Saul” is teasing the return of Walter White’s nemesis in “Breaking Bad” with a new promo.