Top Morning Headlines Albuquerque police say they’re investigating a shooting near Eubank and Central this morning. It happened last night a…
Albuquerque Police were called to an area near Central and Eubank around 11:00 p.m. Friday night.
Friday night would have been the first football game of Jaydon Chavez-Silver’s senior year at Manzano High School.
Gusty showers rolled across parts of Albuquerque Saturday afternoon but most of this activity is coming to an end. Skies will be clearing …
The former Albuquerque Public Schools Deputy Superintendent, Jason Martinez, remains behind bars Friday night.
City leaders in Roswell are looking to impose more regulations on tattoo parlors.
A Bernalillo County grand jury has indicted three suspects in the fatal drive-by shooting of an Albuquerque teenager two months ago.
A concerned parent took video of what she says is reckless driving.
A former Albuquerque Police Department worker in charge of releasing public records says top city officials hid or got rid of evidence in hi…
The Children, Youth and Families Department is holding a rapid recruiting event.
A federal grand jury has filed robbery and other charges against a man accused in the fatal shooting of a police officer in an Albuquerque s…
A firefighter training facility could be coming to Moriarty.
A ribbon-cutting at Tingley Beach celebrated some new renovations on Friday.
The condition of the Albuquerque Public Schools assistant principal shot a week ago is improving.
A parent says a display at an Albuquerque charter school was so gruesome, it’s to blame for one of his children having a nightmare. The scho…
Many have been working diligently since early Friday morning, hammering away at an event that’s supposed to draw thousands
People at Roosevelt Park say they’re creeped out by a frequent visitor, accused of fondling himself in front of children.
Showers and storms will continue across eastern New Mexico Friday evening as a cold front pushes across the state. Eventually, the showers a…
A Facebook post has attracted attention while proving the saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover.”
The mayor of Santa Fe announced an anticipated $15 million budget shortfall next year.