A powerful ridge of high-pressure will continue to lock moisture out of the west.
A felon who likes to carry a gun continues to have confrontations with law enforcement.
Through a humorously titled memorial, a state senator is questioning whether something should be done about stolen car victims having to pay…
The mom of five whose van was shot at by New Mexico State Police after she fled from officers near Taos in 2013 has filed a Federal civil ri…
Last week, Amanda Tenney left her car running in her driveway before work, because she forgot her lunch inside her home. She came back out a…
A teen, accused of killing an Eastern New Mexico University student, has been convicted again.
A former janitor at a Las Cruces elementary school has pleaded guilty to a federal child pornography charge.
An Albuquerque aunt and grandmother are behind bars, accused of child abuse, after a 3-year-old in their care nearly died.
The Santa Fe Archbishop will travel to El Paso to visit the Pope after all.
Expecting to write a ticket for speeding, an Alabama State Trooper ended up helping a woman give birth.
Police released more information on a body found near a dumpster in Albuquerque.
Albuquerque police are currently searching for a person in connection to an armed robbery and shooting that happened last month.
Costs for the Diocese of Gallup’s bankruptcy proceedings have exceeded $3.6 million.
A charter bus driving through a snowstorm to a casino flipped onto its side Monday, injuring at least 30 people, several of them critically,…
U.S. Marshals along with Albuquerque police and the Farmington Police Department Gang Unit arrested 28-year-old Raul Dominguez Lopez, Jr. in…
As a ridge of high pressure builds into the desert southwest, New Mexico will experience a prolonged period of tranquil and warmer weather. …
President Barack Obama is asking Congress for more than $1.8 billion in emergency funding to help fight the Zika virus.
A Senate committee is reviewing a proposal that would help fund detox and substance abuse centers across the state.
One of the youngest teens charged with killing an Albuquerque bartender showed up in court Monday.
New Mexico legislators received more than $20,000 in compensation on average in 2015 even though they are not paid a salary.