ARTESIA, N.M. (KRQE) – People in Artesia are anxiously awaiting results of the latest water tests. This comes after the city says one of its latest water tests showed traces of E. Coli, but a water boil notice is not yet in place. That sample was tested in Hobbs, but the samples tested in Artesia turned up negative. Thursday, they took another round of water samples. The city says the expect to get the results sometime Friday. The city’s had two water boil notices within a month of each other.
The Otis Water Association has gotten back some of the money stolen from it.
The ABQ BioPark is looking for plant and train enthusiasts to help at the Botanic Garden.
Last month, KRQE News 13’s Larry Barker exposed how former University of New Mexico Athletic Director Paul Krebs used his UNM credit card to…
Police are trying to find out who caused thousands of dollars in damage at Clovis High School.
The woman caught on camera shooting at an Albuquerque couple in their own driveway will stand trial in April.
Santa Rosa Police busted a chop shop and recovered stolen cars Thursday morning.
No more new billboards for Alamogordo — at least for now.
The Alamogordo Police Department’s K-9 Unit is in the running for a big grant.
A young New Mexico boxer who has already accomplished so much is receiving a big honor.
The New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department has decided it would streamline support services offered to daycare and early childho…
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A new study shows that Albuquerque is not wasting a lot of water. The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Authori…
The last day to register to vote or update your voter registration for the 2017 City of Albuquerque run-off Election is October 17, 2017. Th…
Billionaire Richard Branson is once again saying space travel from New Mexico may only be months away.
Police arrested a man after they say he brought a gun onto campus at Atrisco Heritage High School and harassed students.