Mark Redwine told the Denver Post over the weekend that he could be a person of interest, but he is unsure because the authorities have yet …
A lawsuit filed by the sister of the Vietnam veteran, Vincent Wood, claims the Albuquerque Police Department and the City of Albuquerque fai…
A picture made its way on twitter showing Officer Miller helping a stranded family.
The city and APD are shelling out more money to settle a lawsuit. This time for throwing a guy in jail for fourteen months before the case w…
The state is going for shock value in a new advertisement campaign to combat DWI and texting while driving.
Sunday night police received a call regarding shots fired just after midnight on Gold Street.
Two more suspicious fires happened this weekend in Roswell. Now people are wondering if the Roswell arsonist is back.
Soccer was already big in Albuquerque before the U.S. victory in the Women’s World Cup on Sunday, but now it’s getting even bigger.
Santa Fe County residents might be putting themselves in serious danger, and in trouble with the law, without knowing it.
It’s hot. So the Salvation Amy in Roswell is looking to the community to help others cool off.
Officials have cancelled the tornado warning for Guadalupe County, but have issued a severe thunderstorm warning for until 4:15 p.m.
Police have identified the body found partially buried in southwest Albuquerque as a To’hajiilee woman.
The South Carolina Senate voted Monday to remove the Confederate flag from a pole on the Statehouse grounds, though the proposal still needs…
Improved recruitment and retention are among goals set by the regents of New Mexico Highlands University for the school’s new president.
The Tennessee woman accused of child abuse and fleeing from a law enforcement officer tentatively reached a plea deal with the state of New …
San Juan College is phasing out its few remaining smoking areas as it moves toward becoming a completely tobacco-free campus by 2020.
The annual burning takes place on September 4 at Fort Marcy Park in Santa Fe.
Artesia police are investigating a double shooting that left one man dead.
New Mexico law enforcement agencies say a new state law that prevents authorities from seizing assets from people unless they are convicted …
The Albuquerque Police Department says it’s making changes to better track its ammunition.