SANTA FE, NM (KRQE) – Mayor Gonzales and Police Chief Gallagher are looking to fill 19 available positions as a police officer. Santa Fe Police Officers start at $19.11 per hour, and can quickly move up from there to as much as $27.11 per hour for non-command staff positions based on years of service, specialization and experience. The selection process includes a physical fitness involving push-ups, sit-ups, a 1.5-mile timed run and a 300-meter timed sprint. From there candidates will participate in a written exam, an oral interview, a background check, a polygraph test, a drug and psychological screening, a medical…
The APS Community Clothing Bank is partnering with Goodwill Industries of New Mexico to make sure students in need have clothes, shoes, unde…
The City of Santa Fe is conducting a study to better understand residents’ housing decisions and their experiences living, working or going …
The New Mexico National Guard (NMNG) will conduct a portion of its emergency response and disaster training exercise August 6 – 8 at Indian …
Leaders of the Pojoaque Pueblo have agreed to sign a new gambling contract with the state.
Drivers beware, construction is underway at 12th and Menaul.
Hobbs Police are warning of a new phone scam.
Durango High School is about to start competing in a new sport.
This is not what you want to hear if you’re a bride who purchased a dress from Alfred Angelo Bridal.
Police are trying to track down a suspect who they say robbed a Family Dollar.
A New Mexico women, infants and children program is celebrating World Breastfeeding Week.
Two more cows were killed Thursday in Eddy County.
Construction gets underway on an Albuquerque road Friday morning.
An Albuquerque Park is closed until the city can clean it up.
People gathered in downtown Albuquerque Thursday to protest recent shootings involving law enforcement.