What you need to know before you go Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
The walls are up, the carpet is down, and the finishing touches are being made.
A federal judge is expected to hear a lawsuit against the controversial Albuquerque Rapid Transit bus project.
“It’s kind of a clunk.” Rebecca “Puck” Stair describes the feeling in her gut when she’s found the perfect place to shoot a scene.
A number of products are on the market to test for alcohol, from key chain breathalyzers to saliva test strip kits. But an Albuquerque start…
A wildfire has been spotted on the west side of the Sandia Mountains.
Students have been complaining for years about the parking on the University of New Mexico’s campus and this year it’s only going to be toug…
After a decline over the past several years, the Albuquerque Sunport is seeing an increase in passengers and flights.
If it seems like the city’s public pools are more crowded this year, you can blame it on the heat.
Police say there is no proof the case of a man found naked and the discovery of a woman’s body nearby are connected in any way.
A Santa Cruz man’s custom metal gates for a client were stolen from an Albuquerque business earlier this month.
A Grants man accused of an especially violent rape in Albuquerque will not go back to jail despite a plea from prosecutors.
Albuquerque Police say the westbound I-40 Frontage Road is shut down to southbound 2nd Street because of a fatal crash.
Expo New Mexico says hundreds of State Fair jobs are in need of being filled.
What you need to know before you go Monday, July 25, 2016.