The anticipated debate over whether to allow New Mexico communities to impose a teen curfew if they so choose began Monday afternoon.
A group made up of mostly veterans has been flying their model airplanes in the same city park for almost 20 years. Now the city has put a s…
The PIT has always been one of the most intimidating places to play and the student section is part of that, but lately it’s been a struggle…
New Mexico farmers and ranchers are teaming up to help out the Ronald McDonald House.
An Arizona woman has pleaded guilty to heroin trafficking in New Mexico.
With a shortage of officers, Albuquerque police saw an opportunity in the upcoming closure of Rio Rancho’s Sprint Call Center that’s putting…
A fire forced the closure of an Albuquerque Sonic restaurant.
An Albuquerque man will go to prison for shooting his ex-girlfriend last year.
Albuquerque did a good job conserving water in 2015.
Police are looking for a wallet thief.
If you’re looking for a new apartment, authorities say to be careful of scammers out there.
Despite being in the middle of winter, it’s never too early to be prepared for summer.
A murder suspect appeared before a judge Monday
A man accused of committing murder over a beer pong game was in court Monday. Police say friends and neighbors gathered for a New Year’s Eve…
An Albuquerque attorney who pulled out a gun in his downtown law office and shot a homeless man is about to go on trial again.
Albuquerque firefighters are working to put out a fire near 1st Street and Mountain.
In a victory over San Jose State Saturday the University of New Mexico Lobos had 43 bench points.
What some call fun has had deadly consequences in Albuquerque. That’s why APD is now launching a new effort targeting street racers.
Albuquerque’s first cat café is set to open soon.
Hundreds of people flocked to the University of New Mexico student center to honor fallen Lobo football player Markel Byrd.