Volunteers spent Saturday spreading happiness around Albuquerque as part of a national project.
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The Albuquerque woman whose SUV was swallowed by a sinkhole has filed a claim against the Water Utility Authority.
People have turned a Westside neighborhood into a dumping ground leaving behind things like mattresses, carpet and car seats.
Animal lovers have called out an Albuquerque woman for putting a lost dog online then asking for a ‘re-homing’ fee for it.
An Albuquerque museum is restoring a a rare bomber that helped finish World War II.
An Albuquerque man is set to go to the same boot camp his father and grandfather made it through.
A local photographer is helping kids change how they see the world.
Some Albuquerque kids with keen eyes and some special know-how are leading birding tours.
The daughter of the man Albuquerque police said was shot and killed by a group of teens said she blames their parents for her dad’s death.
Rain has pounded a New Mexico treasure leaving the Ghost Ranch, a well-known tourist spot, in shambles.
An Albuquerque woman has called out a dog owner on Facebook because she said the owner left her pet in a hot, locked car while she went groc…
A throwback event is happening this summer. Dance, Dance, Dance, It’s A Teen Thing is coming back.
An Albuquerque neighborhood held its annual Fourth of July block party in honor of a very special veteran.
An Albuquerque driver got a big surprise this week when he saw a fake toddler strapped to another car.
The city says it’s gotten calls about swarms of bees at parks and playgrounds where kids play.