LEA COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – A contagious bacterial disease is spreading in southeastern New Mexico. State health officials say they’ve seen an increase of shigellosis over the last 10 months in Lea, Chaves and Eddy counties. It’s seen mostly in kids. Doctors say people spread the disease by not washing their hands.
Sen. Tom Udall questioned the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday about what it’s doing to protect New Mexicans from credit card skimmers.
Ski Santa Fe is closing for the season.
A team of cadaver dogs put their skills to the test recently.
Speed-vans could soon be returning to The City Different.
New Mexico officers’ good deed is getting a lot of attention online.
If you haven’t applied for your New Mexico big game hunting license, time is almost up.
A 73-year-old man has died after a head-on crash.
Pizza 9 locations in Gallup and Farmington will be hosting a fundraiser for of fallen Officer Houston James Largo.
The city has closed its emergency winter shelter for the homeless for the season.
Sad news from the Albuquerque BioPark. Zoo staff says 14-year-old Kachina, a female snow leopard, was diagnosed with cancer in January.
When it comes to testing for the Zika virus, there’s an app for that thanks to researchers at Sandia National Labs.
City councilors will introduce a resolution Monday night to name the stage on Civic Plaza in honor of Al Hurricane Sr.
It was a birthday wish come true for a New Mexico boy.
Police say they have interviewed and released three persons of interested in the weekend murder of a man.