The chairman of the Dona Ana County Republican Party has resigned after the firestorm caused by his social media post.
A team of lawmakers is working to create legislation to stop all the crimes New Mexico is seeing.
The chairman of the Dona Ana Republican Party is facing questions Monday morning for a Facebook post.
A judge has thrown out a push to keep a controversial sick leave proposal off the Albuquerque ballot.
A state district judge is siding with Democratic lawmakers who asked that certain vetoes by Republican Gov. Susana Martinez during the last …
Vacant homes are scattered across the city of Albuquerque. Many of them have become a magnet for crime that neighbors say is spilling onto t…
Diplomat and former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson weighed in after North Korea issued yet another threat at Guam.
County commissioners rejected a resolution Tuesday night to rescind the county’s status as immigrant-friendly.
Another candidate for mayor released his plan Tuesday to tackle Albuquerque’s crime problem.
It’s a widespread problem — vacant homes creating a nuisance for neighbors.
Albuquerque voters will head to the polls in October to decide on the next mayor but there is a lot on the agenda for each candidate before …
The city council is expected to discuss the proposed sick leave ordinance on this year’s municipal election ballot Monday night.
It’s no surprise, crime is a big problem in Albuquerque and some neighbors are fed up.
A bus touring the country and fighting possible changes to HealthCare made a stop in Albuquerque on Sunday.
Recent child killings, attacks on officers and a rise in crime has some conservative New Mexico lawmakers calling for the state to reinstate…