Police, fire and other officials talked Balloon Fiesta Park safety ahead of the big nine-day event on Thursday.
An Albuquerque Parks and Rec worker spent some of his own time and some of his own money to add color to parks around the city.
A Central New Mexico Community College Instructor had a class of 39 students go outside and pick up cigarette butts as part of a class proje…
Balloon Fiesta would be utter chaos without them. Chase crews and zebras make sure the balloons get up and down safely.
The city of Albuquerque has announced that Animal Welfare Director, Barbara Bruin will be reassigned November 1.
Albuquerque police say they’ve arrested six people in a large identity theft operation.
A day after telling neighbors to deal with a gross mess themselves, the city is back tracking and cleaning up an alley littered with hundred…
The Albuquerque Police Department has identified the carjacking suspect who gave them a slip during a SWAT stand-off Wednesday.
The Balloon Museum is blowing out 10 candles Thursday.
Fire officials want to make sure your home is safe before fall knocks on your door.
The 5 Facts You Need to Know Police are still searching for a carjacking suspect, hours after officers shut down an Albuquerque neighborhood…
Police are on the scene at the intersection of Lomas and Hotel Circle.
One man’s life-long dream brought him to Albuquerque, the ballooning capital of the world.
Over the years crews had not been keeping up on the day-to-day maintenance at the Albuquerque BioPark. Now it’s time to play catch-up.
Neighbors are upset and surprised after what they found in the alley behind their homes near Coal and I-25.
His life-long dream brought him to the ballooning capital of the world, Albuquerque. Now his business is taking shape and taking flight. See…
Michael Fanelli is a 17-year-old junior at Cleveland High School.
FBI officials have released photos of a man who robbed a bank on Wednesday.
A freshman girl is accused of threatening students and staff at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School after a post on social media.
An Albuquerque woman claims the City of Albuquerque went back on its word and now she doesn’t want to be held responsible for the mess up.