A woman climbed onto an Albuquerque Fire Department HazMat truck at the city’s Fourth of July celebration. Getting her down wasn’t easy.
Law enforcement often sees some strange things, and this call is no exception.
Albuquerque police continue to search for the man the call the “Gummy Bear Bandit”.
Chips made out of broccoli, chickpeas and kale. Wine-spiked ice cream. Popcorn that didn’t quite fulfill its destiny.
Maine State Police say a man celebrating the Fourth of July died when he tried to launch a firework off the top of his head.
An Albuquerque driver got a big surprise this week when he saw a fake toddler strapped to another car.
A Clovis woman is fighting to keep her pet chickens.
An Albuquerque man claims he’s been getting special treatment he doesn’t deserve because MVD made a big mistake.
Love them or hate them, selfie sticks are getting banned at more venues and events, however, New Mexico’s biggest annual event is looking to…
A disoriented woman wandered away from her nursing home just over a week ago and staff did not know she was missing.
A Confederate flag supporter posted a video to YouTube claiming the store refused to bake a cake featuring the Confederate emblem, but baked…
Santa Fe police have an unusual case of animal cruelty on their hands.
Three Rio Rancho teenagers told police they played a prank on a major company for fun.
Police call him the “Gummy Bear Bandit”, but don’t let the name fool you. Officers say this man is dangerous and they want to find him.
An Albuquerque woman is facing a list of charges after police say she plowed through a car dealership intentionally, forcing employees to di…
On many of the state’s two lane roads, passing a semi can be scary and dangerous. However, brand new technology in the works could change th…
Attention wearers of skinny jeans: don’t squat — at least not for long.
A man suspected of pulling off six armed robberies in five days is behind bars Tuesday after his brother turned him in to police.
Police say a crook made it pretty easy to track him down after a theft.
Imagine a 60-foot tamale. If that doesn’t sound unbelievable enough, double it! That’s how big one Belen native wants to make his New Mexica…