Investors say it’s the most dense retail area in the state, drawing shoppers from all over the region.
There are a number of events happening around New Mexico to celebrate Independence Day. Here is a list of Fourth of July events, closures an…
Civic Plaza has cooled down with a summer ice skating rink. Crews were busy installing the new downtown attraction Tuesday.
A new law taking effect Wednesday will allow New Mexico breweries and wineries to start selling each other’s products
An Albuquerque man claims he’s been getting special treatment he doesn’t deserve because MVD made a big mistake.
A new proposal for an expansion of overtime pay discussed on Tuesday could mean more money for tens of thousands of New Mexicans, but critic…
Presbyterian’s annual growers market kicked off this morning.
Love them or hate them, selfie sticks are getting banned at more venues and events, however, New Mexico’s biggest annual event is looking to…
Albuquerque Police Department officials are currently investigating a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian.
As a new promotion by the Solid Waste Department to promote recycling, people are now encouraged to recycle two more pounds of items each we…
Two brothers who own Chinese restaurants in New Mexico have been sentenced to two years’ probation for violating the federal minimum and ove…
Anthony Balderrama is out of jail after he posted his $5,000 bond.
Police are investigating a crash that killed a driver and his dog south of Albuquerque.
It was a zoo in old town and nearby neighborhoods because of the free zoo day.
The Women’s World Cup has soccer fans excited as USA and Germany battle it out on the soccer field in Montreal Tuesday evening.
In court Monday, Tabitha Littles’ attorney told the judge she was not in the right state of mind for her hearing.
Officials say the demand for the Isotopes July 3rd game against the Reno Aces has been so great, they are now offering berm seating for the …
Albuquerque police say they have found the missing 10-year-old Albuquerque girl who vanished Monday night.
An Albuquerque woman tracked down the man suspected of stealing from her home and found she wasn’t the only victim.
The Albuquerque BioPark is thanking the community by offering free admission tomorrow.