What you need to know before you go Thursday July 28, 2016.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque has turned the novel “The House of Mango Street” by acclaimed Mexican-American writer S…
News 13 has learned what the Defense does not think a jury should see during the murder trial of two former APD officers.
Surveillance video captures a confrontation between two suspected truck thieves and the truck’s owner.
UNM Women’s soccer coach Heather Dyche is excited about her opportunity to work with the U.S. Women’s soccer team at the Olympics in RIo De …
It’s pool season, and to beat the heat, there’s nothing like a nice dip in the swimming pool.
Police have shut down Central in both directions near Carlisle due to a chase that ended in a crash.
The turquoise license plate is a fan favorite in New Mexico. But some law enforcement say it makes their job hard to do.
Albuquerque Public Schools will soon accommodate transgender students with bathroom facilities. Wednesday night, the APS school board heard …
A woman caught on video ripping off a Target was in for a big surprise when she went to sell the stolen goods.
Police have identified the woman found dead in southeast Albuquerque over the weekend, she was a long time volunteer who helped the homeless…
With the popularity of social media, the Mountain West Conference is ready to dive in deeper.
What you need to know before you go Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
Embattled Albuquerque School Board member Analee Maestas is on paid leave Wednesday.
The groups aiming to put the brakes on the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project got their day in court Wednesday.
Happening this weekend, Mayor Richard Berry is shedding light on first responders and their families from across the city. He’s proclaimed J…
Albuquerque police said a man carjacked a woman, then robbed a gas station clerk with a “real looking” fake gun.
It’s a view you’ve never seen before. The International Space Station took pictures from space, zooming in on Albuquerque on Tuesday.
Instead of caring for patients, a local nurse is accused of taking prescription drugs from patients and selling them.
Albuquerque police are asking for help identifying two crooks.