President Barack Obama is marveling at the willingness of relatives of the shooting victims at a historic black church to forgive the man ac…
Ralph Roberts, a cable pioneer who built Comcast from a small cable TV system in Mississippi into an entertainment and communications behemo…
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has chosen a television journalist, Peter Cook, to be his main spokesman.
A Southern California woman has been charged with beating her boyfriend to death with canned food.
Schools are a prime target for thieves and vandals, but now, thanks to state funding recently approved by the legislature, Albuquerque schoo…
Albuquerque fire crews put out a fire at a community center.
“The Briefcase” starring a Rio Rancho family has been rescheduled.
The Albuquerque Police Department has made an arrest in an Albuquerque home burglary.
High pressure will set up squarely over the state this Father’s Day weekend.
The Albuquerque Police Department has released surveillance video of two suspects who have been terrorizing local convenience stores.
A new survey of each state’s most uniquely popular food finds New Mexico’s love for sopapillas is simply unmatched.
An Albuquerque couple said someone posing as buyers at their open house ended up helping themselves to a lot of their things.
A Los Lunas jury says a school district was not negligent in the case of a teen who broke his back during wrestling practice.
A lot of kids are afraid of going to the dentist but some of those kids say they have good reason. Parents are taking to Facebook claiming a…
The man accused of murdering a Central New Mexico Community College student then stealing his car was in court Friday afternoon.
A huge animal cruelty bust took place in southern New Mexico after Dona Ana county deputies seized 100 animals.
A drunk driver who hit an aviation officer and nearly killed him will spend the next two years behind bars.
Someone is threatening the state’s Public Regulation Commission to approve PNM’s plan to redo the San Juan generating station.
It has been a witness to New Mexico’s political history for the last three decades, but the old light bulb board that records votes in the s…
New Mexico’s unemployment rate stayed at 6.2 percent in May while the state continued a long string of over-the-year job growth.