Albuquerque Public Schools are trying to reach students early in middle school to make sure they succeed in high school.
Colder weather in May decreased rattlesnake sightings, but rattlers are beginning to come out in search of food as summer approaches.
Former Lobo guard Kendall Williams is in the Sports Office this week, talking about the future.
A new list shows New Mexico is one of the top ten states with the most gun violence.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steak Burgers is expanding in the metro.
Some teenagers are spending their summer cleaning up the Bosque on the city’s dime.
The man federal prosecutors call one of Albuquerque’s worst criminals is in trouble again.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has signed legislation that funds various legislative agencies to cover the expense of the first special ses…
A northeastern New Mexico county that unsuccessfully tried to ban a type of oil and gas drilling may consider imposing a moratorium while it…
It was years in the making and Friday we got a tour of the Albuquerque BioPark’s newest exhibit.
After a down day storm wise Friday, things will begin to change over the weekend.
A former Santa Fe Police officer who roughed up a taxi driver is barred from working at any New Mexico law agency for the next six months.
A drunk driver who hit and seriously injured a bicyclist is going to prison.
KRQE News 13 has obtained new video in the case of an Albuquerque Police officer charged with beating a homeless man.
The movie ‘Jurassic World’ is already raking in the big bucks, and anytime dinosaurs are popular, it means an Albuquerque museum gets more b…
Neighbors say an intersection near their homes is a major safety problem. They say it has caused crashes and has sent drivers careening into…
So many people, businesses and organizations have reached out to the Rio Rancho Police Department about a permanent memorial for its fallen …
Students who didn’t miss a day of school aren’t just getting a pat on the back, they are also getting cash.
Santa Fe Police are investigating a burglary at a fire station.
An Albuquerque woman who pleaded guilty to selling the painkiller oxycodone was sentenced Thursday in federal court to more than five years …