JEMEZ SPRINGS, N.M. (KRQE) – The Gilman Tunnels in the Jemez Mountains are back open. The popular area has been closed since June so crews could remove loose rock and stabilize the cliffs around the tunnels. This, following several near misses with large boulders falling into the roadway. Officials say even though they’ve improved safety measures visitors are still encouraged to use caution.
The superintendent of Dora Schools was placed on administrative leave Monday night after a concerning audit.
Deputies may be watching you without your knowledge.
A Colorado man who killed two people with his car after hydroplaning has now been charged with two counts of vehicular assault.
A big legal fight is brewing over an 80-foot tower in Santa Fe.
Bernalillo County Commissioners are holding a special hearing to discuss the planned Santolina Community.
A proposal to address vacant homes around the metro will head to the full city council for a vote.
With green chile season underway, researchers at the Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University want to make sure you’re getting …
The Valles Caldera is celebrating next week’s solar eclipse, and you’re invited.
Authorities have arrested a man accused of preying on New Mexico children, and they’re afraid there could be more victims out there.
A teen rock climber from Durango is going for the gold.
A limited food supply is causing more interactions between bears and people at Mesa Verde National Park.
Mosquitoes with the potential to carry the Zika virus have been found in two more New Mexico counties.
Five men have pleaded guilty for their roles in a large dog fighting ring that operated partly in four states including New Mexico.
The State Land Office and Zia Pueblo are joining forces to stop illegal dumping and trespassers.