What you need to know before you go Friday July 10, 2015.
A woman climbed onto an Albuquerque Fire Department HazMat truck at the city’s Fourth of July celebration. Getting her down wasn’t easy.
Women have been fighting for equal pay for years. Now, the City of Albuquerque has taken a big step toward making it happen in more business…
Widespread moisture and storms over the state will continue to drop rain through the next couple of days.
Police say six teens are all at the center of the shooting of a popular Albuquerque bartender. Friday, four of them will appear before a met…
U.S. Senator Tom Udall says he is working on a bill that will rewrite the No Child Left Behind law to better help New Mexico kids.
PNM officials say that power has been restored to customers affected by the Albuquerque outage in the area between Ouray NW and I-40.
The latest casualty of bird flu? Frozen custard.
The man accused of shooting at an Albuquerque Police officer is now facing federal carjacking and firearms charges.
For a number of years, Mariachi Music has been celebrated in Albuquerque with the annual Mariachi Spectacular.
A man is finally behind bars after a fight that ended in gunfire.
The Albuquerque Police Department has arrested a man they say caused the death of 27-year-old Tomorio Walton.
A man is in serious condition after a shooting at southeast Albuquerque inn.
What you need to know before you go Thursday July 9, 2015.
A teen girl is in the hospital in critical condition after a crash in northeast Albuquerque overnight.
Bernalillo County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a possible hit and run after a woman was found dead in the middle of the street.
New numbers show 52 schools in the district did not meet the 95 percent required number of students to take the parcc test.
Only a week into monsoon season and multiple parts of the state are under water.
A big fight is brewing over a big tree. A 100-year-old cottonwood tree affectionately known as “Willy” to some in Santa Fe may have to go.
Neighbors in a Northeast neighborhood are fed up and frustrated with an overgrown and health-hazardous backyard.