The University of New Mexico’s Athletic Director has appointed someone to get a handle on the department’s money mess.
From potholes to uneven roads and spiderweb cracking, Albuquerque roads need a lot of work.
A kindergarten teacher’s aide is in big trouble after something he wanted to stay hidden fell out of his bag at school.
Two 911 dispatchers were honored Wednesday as “Albuquerque Heroes” for helping save a woman who called 911 but was unable to speak.
More people are expected to fly this year for Thanksgiving.
It’s no secret, Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days for watching football. This year though, the focus may not only be on the game. Some…
Albuquerque Firefighters are stepping up to help the less fortunate this Thanksgiving.
Some Albuquerque businesses are banding together to give back to the community and encoring others to shop locally.
A man accused of murdering someone at a former mayoral candidate’s headquarters will stay behind bars.
Just in time for Thanksgiving travel and Black Friday shopping, those all too familiar Albuquerque Rapid Transit construction cones are comi…
A non-profit organization, linking generations and changing young lives throughout the metro, is searching for more volunteers.
An Albuquerque family is sending out a strong message about the importance of smoke alarms after a fire in the middle of the night left them…
The historic Martineztown neighborhood is the first to get new lighting from the city.
One of Albuquerque’s busiest accused armed robbers had 50 of his charges dropped.
Albuquerque police said an accused criminal tried to play lawyer with an officer in order to get a lesser charge, but it didn’t work because…