A New Mexico man busted for having more than 160-times the legal limit of fish, says he did it and pleads guilty in court.
Five U.S. Congress members are heading to the mothballed site of a proposed national radioactive waste dump in the Nevada desert, amid new t…
One of the nation’s largest suppliers of HIV and AIDS medical care is accused of bilking Medicare and Medicaid in an elaborate $20 million d…
Two players seemingly headed in opposite directions are hogging all the headlines going into this year’s Masters.
About 30,000 cases of Sabra hummus sold nationwide is being recalled due to a possible Listeria contamination.
A Veterans Affairs clinic in northwestern New Mexico ranks among the worst in the nation when it comes to the percentage of appointments tha…
The 40-foot-long inflatable obstacle course slowly popped into shape in Delano Whitney’s back yard on the west side of Albuquerque.
A fallen firefighter is being remembered at the elementary school he attended many years ago.
When Albuquerque Police released lapel video from a 2013 fatal shooting, officers said they were in danger and opened fire. Andy Snider had …
A special guest made it out to the grand opening of Artesia General Hospital’s Bone and Joint Center.
Teens awaiting murder sentences out of jail
Shoring up money to run the state’s largest school district isn’t always easy. Albuquerque Public Schools is now one step closer to selling …
The governor rejected one measure that unanimously passed both houses.
It’s a scientific mystery: Why is there a giant plume of methane hovering over the Four Corners region?
There’s going to be another film on location in Albuquerque and they are looking for extras.
An Albuquerque Police Department detective is being remembered and his family is being supported thanks to fellow officers.
The gusty winds of today will eventually work their way out during the overnight hours and lead to a cooler and sunny day on Thursday.
Could the city of Albuquerque be looking at big cuts in order to help Bernalillo County fund the jail?
A month long child pornography investigation ended Wednesday morning.
An area along a popular Albuquerque bike path has turned into a dumping ground filled with piles of trash. Now, people want to know who is r…