ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The dry, hot temperatures prompted officials to ban open flames in the unincorporated areas of Sandoval County and the Jemez and Sandia ranger districts. That means fires, campfires and grills are allowed only in developed campsites with existing fire pits. Smoking is only allowed inside buildings or vehicles.
A man arrested for breaking into a law office near Old Town is the same man accused of setting fires in the Bosque.
The man accused of shooting and killing two men in a church parking lot will remain in custody until trial.
The conviction and sentence of a 15-year-old who murdered an elderly Hobbs woman will stand.
A business in Durango is giving tourists and locals a new way to explore the history of the city.
Police in Las Vegas, NM say they are receiving a lot of reports about a suspected case of child abuse caught on video.
A significant reward is being offered to catch a cow killer.
A whole lot of money was discovered somewhere it shouldn’t have been.
Two bizarre and deadly incidents involving commercial trucks in New Mexico are under investigation.
City councilors are also set to vote on an amendment that would raise admission prices at the zoo, aquarium and botanic garden.
Albuquerque city councilors are expected to reach a decision about a proposal that would let voters decide about a potential city-wide gas t…
A train derailment caused delays for passengers in Colorado.
Plans to redevelop the De Anza Motor Lodge are moving forward.
Albuquerque Public High Schools will now carry the anti-overdose drug, Naloxone.
A man who found himself on New Mexico’s most wanted list for killing another man, learned his fate Friday after taking a plea deal.