ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A company that lets you buy a car and have it delivered right to your driveway is now serving Albuquerque. “Carvana” is a Phoenix-based online car sales company. It refurbishes used cars at its hubs around the country, then delivers them to customers, sometimes as soon as one day later. Then, customers get a seven-day test drive while deciding whether to keep the car. Wednesday, Albuquerque officially became Carvana’s 38th market, and its first in New Mexico.
Durango Police are investigating after dozen car tires were slashed in one part of town.
Bears digging through the trash in Durango could soon come to an end.
The Roswell Museum and Art Center is about to unveil a new way to see the stars.
Private landowners are having a big problem with hunters trespassing on their property.
The city will get a boost in revenue thanks to a new deal with Airbnb.
El Malpais National Monument Superintendent announced that Junction Cave will soon close for the season.
The FBI is offering $1,000 reward for information on a suspicious death that happened on the Navajo Nation.
Tuesday night, the Bernalillo County Commission approved a minimum wage increase from $8.70 to $8.85 per hour.
You have a chance to gaze at the stars and learn all about the galaxy.
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A state-wide hotline has been launched for people facing deportation.
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