Top morning headlines for Saturday June 27, 2015.
Albuquerque police are looking for the person who shot at a home and ultimately killed an Albuquerque teen late Friday night.
Police said the man killed outside his northeast Albuquerque home had confronted a group that was breaking into cars.
Rio Arriba officials said at least one county worker was caught landscaping a private resident’s home with county equipment and materials.
A peacock protest is planned for Saturday outside the Rio Grande Zoo.
A New Mexico woman, who’s deaf, says she feels discriminated against by the state after trying to get her license time and time again, but a…
Whole Foods is recalling their raw macadamia nuts because of salmonella contamination.
A lot of sweat and perhaps blood will be spilled in the new mixed martial arts building that is going up in downtown Albuquerque.
For decades, it has been getting drier in some parts of Central America that have traditionally enjoyed plentiful tropical rains.
The Petroglyph National Monument celebrates it’s 25th anniversary on Saturday.
An Albuquerque man was stabbed while using an ATM.
Plenty of moisture and the heat of the day will lead to widespread thunderstorms throughout New Mexico this weekend.
In Albuquerque, there have been mixed emotions about the same sex marriage ruling. It seems nearly everyone KRQE News 13 spoke to had strong…
Teens are causing havoc with cotton balls in an Albuquerque neighborhood and people there want it to stop.
The Albuquerque Police Department is looking for a woman that has been missing for over a year.
A member of a very prominent Albuquerque family that helped build this city has passed away.
A plan to turn the shipping container community off I-40 and Carlisle into a business hub is taking shape.
The city is rolling out the red carpet and announcing the movies it’ll show on the plaza this summer.
Police are investigating an attack on an Albuquerque woman after she was doused with boiling water.
Police are investigating the death of an Albuquerque man who was shot and killed early Friday morning.